The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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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The ew Coco Solo lementary school, on of ths-most modern 'in the Americas,
scheduled to be operating within three weeks and to be formally dedicated I short?
ly, fliereafter. Gov, Potter announced during his January conference ,withx U.S Civic
Council "Officers,
' Covernor also- affirmed that the name f the4 new high school at Coco Solo
now abuilding "Will be "Cristobal1? high sch ool on thsj pasis of a vote ef the people lhr
iHg ea the Atlantic side, 1 T .' k
Meeting in executive session with the Council officers at Balboa Heights, Potter
discussed 'the company-government's budget and the upcoming visit of the Board of

Directors

Council Officer reported general,
igreement ha been reached wh
police and- other authorities re re-,
, re-, garding sites for flying powdered
' model airplanes
Current Canal Zone regulations,
. which have been temporarily wai
ed by the Governor, prohibit the
flying of the craft within 2,000
yards of high tension Bnes.or rea rea--
- rea-- aonably heavily populated areas.
Sites agreed on were: Pacific
district area opposite the front
f the VTN Post, No. 3822, at An Anton
ton Anton j McGrath stadium at Gamboa,
and if it' doesn't .interfere; with
construction of the new bridge, the
' La Boca athletic field.
Ob the Atlantic side, the follow follow-.
. follow-. Jng sites were- approved: opposite
building 1189 at Coco Solo; Mt.
Hope baseball park; and the area
Hear Guarapo street at Gatun.
Potter agreed to have ttfe Sua Sua-jrapo
jrapo Sua-jrapo street site a former crick cricket
et cricket field now covered wicn high
grass cleared by grounds main maintenance
tenance maintenance forces.
, In all cases supervision will be
required by a responsible adult
approved by. respective district
police commanders -' 1
A request ef "1ha Maragsrlta
14 Ceunail 1w two mevle showing
burins1 weekend nlghtt net -'.V'-feund
lobe Justified. However
' the Governor approved request
' of the Margarita Council fo
" setting aside a specter night each
,'7 -week In -which teenage bowlers'
""-will gttfpffentl.ftf',H'i! T.
1 The Gamboa -eouncEL's request
lor family-type movies' n "Friday
nights also .received d favorable
action. Because "of ."that" com community's
munity's community's isolation- from : o t her
theaters, Potter said the Gamboa
theater will be given preferential
family-type shows on ; Friday
Bights. ..,
After the' -Coco- Sole Council said
It could not afford the dost of
, maintaining the community chapel,
(Potter pointed out that the Canal
Zone government cannot provide
; church building In the-communities'
and suggested that church
ski groups using-the chapel meet te
, fj f ether ln an ffort te keep the
') Chapel operating
t -Peter W. Foster, president of
the Coco Solo Council, said an es
; timate from a contracting fir-si
Was that it would cost $2,700 to
fix the Chapel.
President Edward Blount of the
Gatun Council, which: has been
I seeking- an improved commissary
: In that community, reported that
a remodeled commissary had just
1 opened and all comment was-most
favorable. Re praised its appear appear-1
1 appear-1 ance and stated that Its 'selection
of stock is. broader and that the
service seemed Improved..
Potter reported on the statof
ef the liability program. Ha

' A BEVY OP BEAUTIES Dry season freezes and sun failed to spoil the fresh attractiveness of 17 Canal Zone lassies who laced
the photographer before competing lor the title of Carnival Queen for; the Zone. Miss Carol Dimpfl emerged the victor in the
Judging last evening. Pictured In the top row, reading diagonally to right, are Holly Sims, Diane Vestal and Sally Sack; second
row from top. trom left diagonally, are Mariella .MegKers, Lillian Sims Kay Hale,1 Ann Wood and Virginia Perra; third row from
top, slantwise to right, are Barbara Kllpper, .Melissa Downing. Karen, .Curtis,. Irene Mlchaelia. Carol Dimpfl;' fourth, diagonal,
.Jackie Ashton, Pat Roger, Judy Meyers, and, at right, Lola fYauenhelm. i. ,.s,r. ,.

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said prices are now being obtain obtained
ed obtained for such improvements as en enclosing
closing enclosing patios with tcreenr and
installing doors, between patios
and various rooms. -He
announced that on Feb. 28
bids will be opened for improving
blood storage facilities at Gorgas
Hospital; on March 20 for finish:
ing the rehabilitation of the office
and dressing rooms at the Balboa
(.swimming pool; on April 15 for
the Cristobal High School Gym-
Ferry Porras Hits
Bsnk; Legion Sets
Boalride Jan. 33
The Panama Canal ferryboat
Presidente Porras carrying
group of cruise passengers on as
excursion through Gaillard Cut
yesterday ran into the East bank
of .the. Canal. The accident was
caused by power failure,
The incident occurred about
noon as the ferryboat was-proceed-ing
southbound from Gamboa to
Pedro Minuel with tourists aboard
from the cruise ship Oslojord.
The tug San Pablo, tren m we
vicinity, assisted the ferryboat t
pfr-A 'Mieifel where th nassen-
pm wro jdiscKargerf n.J -Another
group of excursionists' pickea-iip.
With tug assistance -the President
Porras took the second groupjto
Gamboa.- '
The ferrvbftat will be used O
afternoon to transport a group, of
tourists from the cruise ship Em Em-Dress
Dress Em-Dress of Eneland on an excursion
through the Cut, The vessel will
make the trip with the assistance
tit n flip. 1
The American legion Moonlight
cruise, the only other excursion
scheduled for' this week, will be
postponed, it was announced. The
Presidente Porras will proceed to
the Industrial Division drydocfc' at
Mount Hone for repairs and Is ex
pected te be back in service next
The American tegion Post! lias
rescheduled Its, cruise for the fol
lowing Friday, Jan: 30r Passengers
will be board tne Doat at bamooa
at 8 p.m.
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PRODUCTIVE GOLD MIME
CARIITON, South Africa (UPI)
A huge gold mine owned by
the Anglo American Co. near here
is expected to produce 52,240,000.'
000 over the next half century,
company officials reported today.
The mine covers 10,000 acres and
is seven miles long ( : l:
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I .nasium; and on April 22 for re-.
placing the outpatient clinic faci
lities at Coco Solo Hospital.
The Governor reminded the of'
ficers that Carnival begins Feb 7
and asked them to- give their full
support to victor Herr. general
chairman of the Zone's Carnival
activities..
He csked the Atlantic side conn
cilmen to name their own general
chairman and stated the Company
Government would cooperate with
the Atlantic side, through the of
fice of B.I. Everson, Transporta
tion ana Terminals aireetor.
New officers elected last Novcm
ber were welcomed by Potter who
also bid goodbye to two veteran
officers who stepped down.
The outgoing efficeres were C.
W. Chase, president of the Pacific
Council and Henry Carpenter, vice vice-president
president vice-president of the Margarita Council,
Sam Roe has succeded Chase
Two newcomers to the Governor's
conference were Joseph Coffin.
vice-president of the Gatun CounJ
en,' and Joseph Hickey, vice pres
ident of the Margarita Council,
Wind-Driven Ship 1
Demolishes Bridoe
aT
A, giant freighter,- ripped from
it moorings by gale force winds
that hit up to 80 miles, per hour;
demolished a bridge spanning, Buf
falo Kiver last night.- ),-,
Luckily, three -workers -on the
lift bridge -had received ,a tele telephoned
phoned telephoned warning shortly -before4.
Two were injured while scrambling
to safety, but the "third., escaped
unnurt, - 1
A thunderous Toaf- fcccomoanfed
the crash shortly before' 'midnight
wnen tne 515-foot grain carrier
Michael Tewksbury rammed into
the bridge stern first. "The vessel
men swung around and whacked
the structure broadside.
One of the two 200-foot towers of
the span, used for both vehicular
and pedestrian traffic, crashed
down and seme of the girders
wrapped themselves around the
stem of the grainboat like lattice
work. 11
About nine hours later, strong
winds mew down 'the remaining
tower. Part of the falling wreckage
damaged the quarters of the port
fireboat crew located nearby and
lust missed the harbor fireboat
Two parked cars were crushed.
Officials estimated it would cost
five million dollars to replace the
span.
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Another Record
Bites The Dust
Asllercury Soars
Weather records are. being
broken right and left at Balboa
Heights these deys.
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No 'sooner was i the all rime
high temperature mark reach
ed Tuesday for the month- ef
January than another was set
yesterday. The weather station
at Balboa Heights reported tht
the bow high of 94,3 degrees
was reached about 1 p.m.
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.This- made yesterday the 19th
consecutive day ."(that th maxi maximum
mum maximum daily temperature hit' M
degrees or above this month at
Balboa Heights,
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- Atlantic slders, meanwhile, r
malned cool and happy with a
maximum temperature of 83 do
greeswhich Is normal for this
time of the year- and a dry
.season breete hitting an aver
age cof 13 miles per hour.
Romulo Goes Home
AsUS-PhilippIne
Tensions Increase
MANILA, Jan. 8 9 (UPI)-The
Foreign Office tonight unexpected unexpectedly
ly unexpectedly summoned home Philippine Am
bassttdoTi to the U.S. Carlos 5,
Romulo- for urgent consultations
presumably on strained Ameiv
caa-Phillipine relatione, 4.
toreiga' leeretatir FeUxDerto-Se1-.
rrano eent 'a five-word 'eablegrant
to Komulo; in- Washington saying
"Please come Immediately for
consultations," .',
Tho sudden' summons to Romtt-
io came after U.S. Ambassador
Charles E. Sohlen departed Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night for Washington to re review
view review the whole, ranee of Philip
pine-Aimericanr relation qwith top
State Departments' officials.
Wflclsl Foreign' -fficei spokes
man -GuiIIermo Sison said the
summons was made upon the ini
tiative of Philippine Congression
al leaders and was approved by
President Carlo P, Garcia,
"Sen-am earlier today met with
Congressional leaders-. Justice Sec
retary Jesus Barreta and armed
forces chief Lt. Gen. Manuel Cal
cal in what Sisot described as i
' crucial' 1 conference reviewing
the outstanding problem s facing
Philippine-American relations..,
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These problems ranee- from Phi
lippine demands for Jurisdiction
over U-S. military: personnel for
criminal acts performed' inside as
well as outside American bases
here to a clamof for more and
immediate U.S, economic assist-
ance to this country.

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HOUSE OF PRAYER USED AS BARRACKS A machlnegun
rests on the floor as two Cuban rebels relax in the chapel at
La Cabana military prison in Havana. The chapel Is being used
as a temporary barracks; for soldiers guarding prisoners

Frondizi Meets
400 Argentines
VisKs3fii;i
x WASHITTGTONV tfaW 22 (UPI)
Argentine President Arturo
Frondizi spent a little more
than minutes today greeting
members of the Argentina, col
ony in Washington.
Nearly 400 Argentinians from
the city went to the embassy
residence to pay their formal
greetings to the Chief Execi
tlve, who is the first Argentine
President ever to visit the Unit'
ed States.
Dr. Frondizi and Mrs. Fron
dizi stood at thr head of a re receiving
ceiving receiving Jine shaking hands and
chatting briefly wlth each one
of the arrivals.
Others In the receiving line
were Foreign Minister Carlos
Florit, Dr. Bernardo Houssay,
Economy Minister Emilio Dona Dona-to
to Dona-to del Carril and Brig. Gen.
Manuel Jose Olascoago, chief of
the President's military staff.
Among; the suests were mem
bers of the Argentine Embassy,
me argentine delegation to the
OAS and the Argentine delega
tion 10 we inter-American De
tense Board.
Also present were Argentine
residents in Washington who
wortf-at, the Pan American Un
ion, the World Bank, the Inter
national? Monetary Fund and
tne pan American Sanitary Or Organisation,
ganisation, Organisation, ;
Gov. William Egaii
Holding Own; Still
On Critical List
SEATOUE, Wash., Jan. 22
(UPI) Oov. Wil iam A. Eoran
of Alaska remained on the cri-tlcal-1
list here today but was
reported, holding his own in a
50-50 battle for life,
jsgan, f44, underwent a two two-hour
hour two-hour Smereencv onera t i n n
Tuesday -for the removal of an
Intestinal block. He was finwn
here from Juneau Monday af after
ter after he. "took a turn; for the
worse ( .auring convalesc e n c e
from a-Jan. 6 operation.
The fact Eean wm hniin
his own. was termed "encouran-
ing" by hospital officials.
Yesterday, Egan was able to
talk and .was visited by his wife,
Neva,, and his son. Dennis n
Cruidermo Ca&iiales. 38. Pin..
tnanian. was fined tax inu mn,..
ing in Balboa Maaistrate't r.nurt
for the; theft of a nine-cent roU of
tissue paper from the Canal's ad
ministration building. 1
Two Panamanian vniifh. Fdwin
O. Justiniani and Jorwr r Avii.
both 19, were charged with dis disturbing
turbing disturbing the peace by fighting ear
ly mis morning in iront of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa theater. Judge Demlng found
both euiltr and sentenced each in
five days in jaU.

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CUBANS FAVOR TRIALS
Cuban rebel leader Fidel Cas Castro
tro Castro speaks to cheering crowd
of fver 500,000 in Havana
during visit bf over 350 news newsmen
men newsmen from the U.S. and Latin
America. Castro claimed 93
per cent' of all Cuban favor
continued trials and execu executions,
tions, executions,
Single Lane Traffic
Starting Tomorrow
On Bushnell Ave.
Only single-lane traffic will be
permitted, on Bushnell Avenue be between
tween between Kuildine 100 end BuilHino
81,jnd the Gasoline Station in Co Coco
co Coco Solo befiinnins1 tomorrow morn.
ing, it his been announced by the
Engineering and Construction Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. The street will be restricted to
single-lane traffic for a period of
approximately three weeks wh;le
ptpe imes ana asanuary sewer
manhole are beine installed for
Building 100.
Vodka Hasn't
Furthermore,
WASHINGTON fUPI)-A con
sulting psychologist said yesterday
voasa may Decome tne most so
cially acceptable drink in Amer America'
ica' America' because it is nearly all things
to all mm... Women, too.
Dr. I. M. Altarazi of Great Bar
rlna ont' Mass., made the state
ment at ail, education session of
the .1958 convention of the Ameri American
can American Assn.' for the Advancement of
Science. He said that the annual
U.S. production of vodka has
jumped 3,736 per cent in seven
years "because among, other
things:
Vodka has no taste. If, like
many social drinkers, you loathe
the taste of whiskey, vodka is
your driuk.
lt has no smell. You can drink
a' quart, granted the capacity and
your breath remains pure. Your
boss, your wL'e, your aunt will
be- fooled. i
hag glamour, vodka is as associated
sociated associated with the; Russia of the
imperial czars, dashma Cossacks.
pale ladies 'svathed In furs, r,
It mixes with lust about any
thing. Tea.. .lime Juice. ; .cog
nac, t champagne ice

felled

350Newsmen.

One US Solon
In Audience

HAVANA, Jon. 22 UPI) The "war crimes" trials
of 600 defeated foes of Fidel Castro, indorsed by tht
cheers of more than 500,000 Cubans at yesterday's vast'
anti-American mass meeting here, begin today in Hav Havana's
ana's Havana's 15-,000-seat Sports Palace stadium.
' In six provincial cities, firing squads awaited 42 al.
ready-condemned men in a nationwide campaign which
Castro says will mean death for about 400 supporters of
ousted ex-President Fulgencio Batista.
Agriculture Minister Humberto Sori Marin, author of
Cubas new criminal code, will prosecute the first three
defendants scheduled for trial herearmy officers charg charged
ed charged with the torture or murder of more than 200 oersoni

Castro, after repeatedly de denouncing
nouncing denouncing the U.S.' congressmen
and newsmen who had criticiz criticized
ed criticized Cuba's mass executions, told
yesterday's meeting that the
number of "war criminals" his
men expect to kill amount to
only about one for every 1000
persons killed by American A A-bombs
bombs A-bombs in japan.,
The remark drew a wild ova
tion from the crowd.
United States and LatTnAmer-'
lca are expected to beamong
j,iie spectators at tne xrials, and
one congressman Rep. Adam
Clayton Powell (D-N.Y,) also
may pe on, nana.
Boy Scout Official
FraVoger$Here
A top iV Jal of the National
Headqua-f if the Boy Scouts of
America V Id in the Canal Zone
today ft "Wfur-day visit.
He is Franlt AI Rogers, assistant
aireetor of Engineering Service.
His main purpose is to hen the
Canal Zone Boy Scout Council set
up its big new campsite at the
Madden Lake area. The council is
now at work establishing the camp
wmcn will replace, camp at tne
Volcan.
Rogers was met at Tocutnen
airport in the morning by Bob
Johnson, a member of the council.
Later in the day Rogers was es escorted
corted escorted to the Madden camp area
by John HpUen,. chairman of the
council's camping committee; Lt.
Col. R.J. MacDonald, a member
of the committee; Dan Daniels,
scout executive, and Johnson.
Rogers has been asked to give
advice on such things as the beach
development at Madden, road,
trail and camp site plans; and
the placement of major activity
areas.
Taste Or Smell,
It Mixes Well
And that's not all.
Altaraz, headmaster of ths
B-ooksid School at Great Bar Bar-rington,
rington, Bar-rington, said a study made by
himself and other psychologists
showed that vodka has he he-man
man he-man reputation
He said "men eeem, to shy
away from such sissy concoc concoctions
tions concoctions as orange blossoms" (gin
and orange juice). But he said
men readily drink screwdrivers
(vodka and orange juice) not to
mention "truckdnvers" (quadru (quadruple
ple (quadruple screwdrivers),
Altaras said another possible
reason for the switch to vodka is
the childhood religious and moral
training of Americans.
"When hevy drinking is
held up to children as 'Poisons il
the devil.' It wa usually whiskey
and gin which were mentioned'
he said. "Fw,, if any, thought to
mention a liquor so remote as
vodka."
He said a person exposed to
such early training may subcon subconsciously
sciously subconsciously say to himself as he sits
down in a cocktail lounger "Fa
ther never said lt was wrong te
rink vodka'

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Rep, ChaElps r twti..
Ore.), the other 'conarmJ
wno accent ah
night
trials.
wm noi attend
the
Denlisb From U$,
tojMica. Pe-TT
The second Rental Congress oi
tne Panama Pnm. 1
ing at the Union Club with a cock:
.Guest speakers the Coneresc
will include doctors from &
Jtt., the United. State, Tnd pS
in? wnnl npeaer '7 morn
mg will be Dr. Omar A. Rodriirw
entitled ?iuby nwU
entitled A Hidden Dental Prae.
bee" by Dr. Kenneth L. Ssgrlu
BonnUMe f Tu?s Universiiv
i ass 8nd a Post grad uatt
interned at the Army Hospital r
SSi yanSh-' nd j'imo
S xj ?cu'.f fduate of th
National University of Bogota. Co
lombia. will al.n .-.!, l'J?-.
the morning sessions.
relegates to the Congress will bi
served a tvnical p.i... t .
luncheon at 12:30 p.m.
In afternoon spssinn. bm4.
Dr
Affustin Arnnon rJ
who was graduated from George'
town University, will sna.ir i.
addressing the delegation will be
Dr. Clondomiro Mom Rnin. s
Costa Rica, a graduate of the Na
tionai University of Costa Pica,
now a professor Of oral nathnlnir
at the Costa Rican Dental College
, Clinics Scheduled for 5 n m
be directed by Dr. Sagrans an
Dr. Clodomiro More.
A cocktail party will be alvMt'iV
7:30 p.m. on the club's terrace
followed by a banquet and instal
lation of the new Panama Denta-
Association's board of officers
Records of the work done ditrmi
1958 will be presented by Dr Ro Rodriguez,
driguez, Rodriguez, and Dr. Rodrieo Eisea
man will speak on the iniusfura-
tion of his term of office.
Ohio Hard Hit
By Flash Floods.
Cold Wave, Snow
COLUMBUS, Ohio. Jan. 21
(UPI) The grim toll of flash
floods which hit Ohio yester
day rose to 14 today witn- po
lice reporting a number or per--
sons missing ana up to iu,uui;
homeless. I
A cold wave stopped the re-:
cord rainfall which dumped up
to five inches of rain on th
state but the snow and lei
pavements made cleaning, m
operations difficult. hk
Emergencies were declared ir.
a numoer or cities, mciucunt
Columbus and Mount Vernon. -Schools;
stores, and factorief
closed in many areas. Steel
helmeted National Guardsmer."
joine dlocai officials and Coaa i
Guardsmen in 1 rescue opera
tions. The 'Red Cross set it
emergency housing facilities in
schools, churches, lodse halls
land, private homes.

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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
U Tti Mail lot h a opt forum for reader, of Th Panama Amtrieaa.
rittn ar rcivd gratefully and ar hindlo i a wholly confidential
""if'yoa eontribut a letNr don't ba ImpaHanl if it doein't appear tlia
tat day. Uttm ar publiihad In th order received.
M try t keep the lotten limited to en as length.
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J Thi newspaper attumet no reponibllity for ctatementi or opiniom
STpraned fn letter! from readera.
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CENTURY OF PROGRESS.

' I had been expecting some Panamanian comments to appear in
m Mail box in connection .m toe riep. i looaf anama uon-l
gerab y wrangle, and there they were in the Jan 16 edition This
prmril7n answer to that individual but also I am inserts a
few personal opinions and innTossions, and alter several years here.
tw.r? ?. "r" im.winn of the country's and people.

a Dellrve 1 nave a juciij - - u,u
, First, 1 feel a little like repeating a few things here that I have

heard it one vmt or anomer. aucn a. imrc" J wB,
tne sVmd "'The trutn hurts." Monkey see, monkey do. Weil.
epare ycurselves for some of the cutting edge of the pen, because

25 Now in an Wer to some of whathisname's comment.; in the
n.:.?.:". .k.t .n-..aH inn 1R. He wants to know

Miter H Hi ivuik r iuuu nip, tyfv ..
we look upon this glorious country as a 03 dasefe

Ha luneie wen nc, i wuu.un i aj " . 17. .

Mllf IS 1 IliVti ucoi u ,, ,ir Ih nast. 100j ton f tho now HnriimDntort nr.

of material improvement m uus wuuuj r ..
That is in compaiision tc other countries such as the United ders. li the Teamster ieaaership

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Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIISEL';

Unless Jim Hoffa learn

dilie.ence between defiance and
contempt, he may wma -mp m JaU
shortly whJe a goou chunk of 'h
Teamster treasury lanas in tne U.
S. Treasury. That may well be the
cost to Hoffa and his union if he
i onuses in ihe next 90 days to obey
75 pages full of clean up orders
fiom federal Court appointed mo mo-nito.'i.
nito.'i. mo-nito.'i. i
Heavy fines could aLo be livi-

ed against Hoff personally. All

this would be puaisnmeni tor con contempt
tempt contempt of court one of three alter alternatives
natives alternatives now being considered by
U.e Federal courts in their show showdown
down showdown with the man who lives by
the creed that he need obey no one
and recognize no force but his
own.
The 7Jpage document, now in
the hands oi Feoeral Juoge F.
Dickson Lett;, L a detailed list of
the orders irom he monitors which
Hoffa has ignored. It is jammed
full of statements that nouung ms
been done about forgt cheks, il illegal
legal illegal voang, bribery, faulty fi financial
nancial financial auditing and the firing of
friends with criminal records just
to mention the casual details.
The court poiti' ely will expect

Hoffa and t he entire Teamster

Trnum
Jears.

Stales, Canada

It's a Long Way Down If He Falls Asleep ;
.: ;:&&u?J 'KUcNT v5ri V ir-- : ."

"P

cihe WAsHiiiGfon
' T BMW PEARSON

hundred

JJItings' here would be pretty much the same1 as they were a
Kh:... if tioc nnt fnr thp Panfll Zone.

ZZ it is obvious that the originator of the letter under discussion
Jfwr been taken in too deed bv l. this propaganda, this tirosome
Wh that appears in the editorial section of a popular morning
tabloid. Aoparently, he completely swallowed this bunch of hog hog-Wash
Wash hog-Wash hook, line and sinker. Such phrases as "this so-strategic,
Stic "beautiful capitol. etc." Panama stood side by side with the
W6 in two (2) world wars, etc." "the progress this younpMt nation
Us made, etc." are all getting to be a little borejome. The writer
San olv iroe what ihat j ai.rr carried 'inder headline, the previs
momlnf, and brag. And boy can he brag. And about what? No-
)B Somebody once said "there's nothing wrong with a country, it'
Hie people in it." I like Panama, as a country. But Panamanians u
State me no end. Too many of them seem to have absolutely no
ambition; to be so slow that its pathetic, and to live only for today,
fnd any way he can. A typical such individual figures that Tip Sam
owes him a livin?. He is no' interested in what is goms on in the
world outsida of the Panama herders, and doesn't care. Unfortunate Unfortunately,
ly, Unfortunately, the US has to "care" for him: for his own freedom, as well as
OtirS. These vestpocket republics and their pettv squabbling and re re-iininfinm
iininfinm re-iininfinm riUmicr m. Thpv (n't see the trees for the forest. Some

body else has to look out for them while they carry on their revolu revolutions.
tions. revolutions. Panama is living, for the most part, St least 100 yearn behind
the times. You go ten miles outside of Panama City or Colon, and
look around. Go a little further, and you will find Indian tribes who
tre living in much the same manner they did 300 or 400 years ago,
and without a doubt, will be living the came way another few hun hundred
dred hundred years.
Tv' Po'iTitrv's r.rnpr'es i so miKh to cet uo and rra snout,
lilce the witr nf the editorial say? And the writpr of the letter
in the Ma'l Box? Boy. come off it! Oet out and look around some.
'Panama is nerfectlv. capable of enforcing maritime laws such as
rVanitaHnn aboard hin. i reeent news 1 nrticle said. If thev are so

icp,ble of enfmcing aoitHon Uw '.Sects "?P'r vessels, how
ome fh sad state of tnrJrtaW witiilgpA;iift;oitv? i t s

TITO peen ana etiicienev or rn rwnnun q:wTw rancu-n
In Canal Zone i sim'r'',:cd two-thfr''. belov normal orjerattn?
tfficiency due to having to relv unon 1oeal labor. An American s"oer s"oer-Visor
Visor s"oer-Visor Is driven half out of ni.s wit. bv having to relv noon local
laV"r. Tri Top1fi he is dalin" with exct more, but thev hv to
Tiut the brakes on and slow down fo the operating speed of local
labor.
" Bnntrs to tnind another Un I bpnrd tump"""' "v fan load
) fn water, nut von can't Tra'' him HrinV Snhstitiito th
Jwo'd "Panamanian" fnr m"1e. and "n-'-" inr n-r f4 trir,v
pnd vii" h"vp th ititiTilinn f1w: hro I'v.Krpfrire. thl nld nw ""1
ry- abmit. "eaual nav for nnu1 wn-V" int o mnrh hnfwwh Tn
4o nav'n? tp rlv nr th nrf n1 f,:"irpTT nf Inoal lah"". thir.c
jdrag a'on? down hr in' th r"i Zone at about one-third the
ped thev would In th TTitAd Stte
Vai- tipn' n .'rv.- hv'"" tn ndiiist vnv npd and Affiionnv

to that n loal lhnr. that it will take me months toLreadiusted

to stateside normalcy.

"Panama is Hke a narasile. Some oarasiles will f Hrv. if

you let them. It is Ion nast the time when Tio S bis foot

ttown. He made a fair deal with th's country, consia Ivhat the

country had to nut into th deal Nothing. V

It is high time the Remiblir of Panama eot busy'and h-lned

themselves for ono. r,d rmi whinni"" ahmit the Canal Z-m

.One wonld almost fhinV that the ten-mile wid nrpsi taVon In the

whole of Panama' What Is Panam doing with all thi country be

tween 'he Cunal Zn and focta Rica, and between th rne and

Colombia? I haven't heard that th" ire doinp nvthin. Th r..0 r..0-p'
p' r..0-p' cli" n existence ot o ih pinole In tho aras today, li'st lik-e
th(y d'd coiwt of hundred years ago. And, don't have any bet bet-tervliving
tervliving bet-tervliving thai they did then.
How come Panama does not build a railroad to connect all of
this outlying country to th capital city? Railroad? They do not even
lave passable highways, most of the time. So far as I can see, any
appreciable change in this country over the past 100 years has been
to the larger cities. Correct me if I am wrong, but does not the
city of Panama depend upon th Canal Zone for its water supply?
',!! Anti-Propaganda.

FIDEL AND O.A.S.

" I can see that Disillusioned (Mailbox, Jan. 191 hasn't gone Very
lar when he says that everywhere he goes people are horrified at the
jutt course Fidel Castro is taking in Cuba.
1 wonder if he and his friends were also horrified when Batista

took rebels and killed them by the hundreds. Castro is only doing
what many men have don and called justice in the past.

uasiro tougni ana won lor nis people wnai uisuiusionea ana i
take for granted freedom I doubt if Disillusioned knows what it is
to be without freedom.
He. asks where is O.A.S. I want to ask him where, was he and
his friends when a few hundred Hungarians led by another rebel pal
Maleter sent their SOS to the free world in 1958? Where were we
ill? They too wer fighting for the same thing, Castro fought for in
Cuba freedom.
I agree that two wrongs don't make a right, but we can't sit
lier and say it's wrong for a man to want to be free. Castro's cause
was freedom for Cuba, and he only wants to make sure it stays
tree.
i .OAS. U right. I think Disillusioned is wrong.
. My Own Idea "Garcia." f

ev

ery aasn ot tnese airecuves, wasn
ington legal circles believe the
court will consider either the con contempt
tempt contempt citation or one of two oth other
er other alternate actions against the
Teamster chie s.
The court cou'd simply remove
the. union's leaders. They would
then be replaced by the old exe executive
cutive executive council without Dave
Beck, of course.
But much of that council still
would be controlled by Brother
Hoffa who himself wounded be
on the board as a vice president e e-lected
lected e-lected back in 1952. So that awak awakens
ens awakens no great enthusiasm in the
court.
Or Judge Le'ts could replace
Hoffa and the high command with
a set of trustees. These men would
administer the union just as trus trustees
tees trustees in a commercial ca e run an

estate. But this is some estate. It
has 900 locals, 5,000 officials and
hundreds of millions of dollars in

total. It is believed the court, for

the moment, considers the trustee

technique far too drastic a step.
It would be a last resort.

This leaves the simple exipedient

of contempt action, which can be

both civil and criminal. The court
can simply say that Hoffa failed

to obey its order and must go 10
jail. There is Strong precedent

for iuch aVJlcigl Wove. It hap-

penea tar i7oiggtir giant John
L. Lewis 'baclc in 1946. At that
time John L. defied a court injunc injunction
tion injunction to call off a coal strike. It
was the same court Jim Hoffa de defies
fies defies today.
Lewis's Jovian thundering sud suddenly
denly suddenly went silent when the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court affirmed $10,000
fine levied against him personally
by Judge Joldsborough who also
had slapped the United Mine Work Workers
ers Workers with a $3,500 000 levy. The high
court cut this to $700,000 and gave
Lewis five days to end his strike
or pay the other $2,800,000 out of
his $50,000,000 union treasury. E E-ven
ven E-ven for John L. this was too much.
He obeyed the court.
Today, the Federal court be
lieves that what the Supreme
Court said then still is good law.
This, in effect, is what the court
said:
In imposing a fine for criminal
contempt, a trial judge may pro

perly take into consideration the
following: The extent of the will willful
ful willful and deliberate defiance of the
court's order. The seriousness of
the consequences and of the con contumacious
tumacious contumacious behavior. The necessi

ty of effectively terminating the
defendants' defiance as required
by the public inte-est and the im importance
portance importance of deterring such acts in
defendants' defiance as required
by the public interest and the im importance
portance importance of deterring such acts in
the future.
The court could Ufe this as its
guide in its final dealing with Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa alone. Or it could jail his entire
council. Or fine them personally.
Whichever course the court
chooses, it will move in the next
three o- four months. It simply
has decided to prove that its pen
is mightier thai: the swrond.

HEA Sendee, lac."

t

Walter Winchell In New York

MAN ABOUT TOWN
Cary Grant's companion in Eng England
land England is beauteous Lady Carol Tra Tra-vers.
vers. Tra-vers. .Garbo's dinner-date a lot
of the time is Baron Reinholdt. .
It's a Boy .or the Sir Harry Oakes,
II. In Tornio. Mrs. Oakes is a
German looker. .Ex-Champion
Joe Louis' big interest in Martha
Je ferson, a coast Portia. ."Bab
Pignatari and stunning Lucinda
Sheriil of thi teledramas do their
smooching out loud in the Left
Bank pot. .Susy Parker wings
to Paris any plane on assignment
for Hamper's Bazaar. Chums be believe
lieve believe she will confirm the rumors
over there. .Audrey Meadows'
time in Hollywood is being mono monopolized
polized monopolized by Greg Peck's producing

partner, Sy Bartlett...Errol Flynn's
favorite appears to be Bianca

Morris, a Cuban airlin hostess.

Betty George is mending following
surgery. ...Hans CAiried, ptiWof

"Tall Story," is all over the mags
in the likker ads. H is a teeto

taler.

"We don't live together. W mere- Dolores Morgan and Eddie White,

ly share the same cage". .wora-ior-word
from Tensessee Williams
big smash, "Cat On Hot Tin
Roof." (Give badk the money!).
Marlon Brando's once-upon-a-time
Josianne BerenJei., h'ay the tem-

me lead in the French rfilhi, "The
Fire in the Heart", tBetty Me-

Namara, song star at One Fifth

Ave., and Timothy htetson o tne
chapeaux clan are in tune. Daily
bokays etc. .Here's an understudy
who workjs. Chas. Stapley went
on for ReX Harrison, in "Fair La Lady"
dy" Lady" (London) 50 times to-date.
Ernie Kovacs .gave his wife Edie
Adams a Chinchilla coat costing
llGs. .Union leader Jimmj
Hoffa 's Junior has enrolled at
Notre Dame .where he is expected
to make the team.

Wall Streeters hear that fugitive

Lowell Burrell (under Federal in

dictment) will surrender in London
at the U.S. Embassy. Don't bet
on it. .Liz Taylor is still sizzling
over that erroneous story putting
her in Menninger's. She's seeing

lawyers. The AP said the source
was not known. Apparently, the
source is in a Menninger's strait
jacket. .Sullry Anna Kashfi, es estranged
tranged estranged wife of Brando, is chump chump-ming
ming chump-ming with San Francisco stock stockbroker
broker stockbroker Wm. Hull. .Johnny Des Desmond's
mond's Desmond's cure or the swelled-head.
Keeps a shoe-shine box i his den
tc remind him of his early strug struggle.
gle. struggle. .A. Stuart Outerbridge, un unwinding
winding unwinding from Royce Wallace, next
weds Mrs. Mary D. Thomas. He
is quitting Bermuda.

Talk about Echoes! On the Jan.
8th Playhouse 90 au actor said:

Franlc Sinatra has earmarked
the 'proceeds from his next six mo movies
vies movies to his ex-wife and children. .
Jchn Ireland and MarsMa Fo!d
are a duelcetera. .Two Ameri American
can American casualties of the Cuban Revo Revolution.
lution. Revolution. Ben Marden, who helped
Batista set up his TV Network,
and Carl Erbe, chief of the Cuban
Tourist Development group. For Former
mer Former King Simeon; 21, of Bulgaria,

is at Valley Forge Academy, where

he was promoted to "best cade."

3 weeks-ater enlisting and then

Sgt. His secretary, a Bulgarian

Army Colonel, lives in a nearby
town, i .HoW come nothing' in the
papyri about a suitor manhandling

Mane McDinald? She was hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized off 3 days on the .coast.
That was a doozy of a fight be between
tween between two chorines at the iVegas
Dunes over a male dancer. One

.stabbed the other with a nail file.

composer ui riapu.uea. ostti

Too baa about Olsen and Johnson,

partner tr 43 years, feuding so

iKteriy. .Richard Mason, author

of "ami. Wong," calls uis next

pook, "Tne Fever Tree". .Anear
brwi at l,l wnen Gaorieile U'

Arcy, Hungarian actress, was

taumed about her countrymen

picketing Mikoyan. She dej.o led
tier aniugiiuzer wi.h a hot cup 01
co fee. .Th director of a CBS

rauio sJdp opera went berseiii

wnnc the shpw Wat on the air. .
Billy Graham nag uau spe specialist
cialist specialist urging him to go-easy lor
years.

Bob Mitchum was in a Mexican

hotel toyer hen two gunmen shot
it out. i-iapptueu in itmaugu, Mexi Mexico.
co. Mexico. .Pat riuddleston ("kis Ala Ala-Uma
Uma Ala-Uma 01 '55") will be in "Junior,"
her first Broadway show; '.Tony
Sweet's Xt6rmiWytFUx)alun)
at Miami Beach is getting th Co Colony
lony Colony -21 -El Morocco crowa. 'i'urrneu
away over 200, opening, niht. In In-cluoing
cluoing In-cluoing his former wife and her
rich groom. .. The first newspap newspaperman
erman newspaperman to suffer Marie Torre's
ate, was Vm. G. Shanks of the
Trib. The mto paper on which
la Torre bylines. : Happened in
1874. AdriennB.Kilmnrp'. hi. lw.

;4 BoMby Darin of 'Splish-Sipsb"

aunK nu iame. .rne FBI quizzed
vr 150,000 persons in the Baby
Kidnap in 8 days. ,s. r.c-;:

Bing Crosby late wife,: Dixie
Lue, bequeathed a two million dol dollar
lar dollar trust fund to her sons; Gua Guaranteeing
ranteeing Guaranteeing a life income no mat matter
ter matter how they squander what' they
errn. .Spotted at Cavanagh's:

SHORTEN CONVENTION
TOKYO (UPI)-Socialiat Party
leaders decided to end their two two-day
day two-day convention here after only
one day. TOo ni any party mem members
bers members were off in the provinces
campaigning for local elections.

, RAN ANTONIO BUGLE
'1 ..
Mr:
t,
' While the world Is burled in snow a few miles north, It Is
lie and warm here, jurt above freezing. Enough, to keep the buds
' from popping out and the peach trees from blooming.
The city voted to take ever the bus line, to we are in the
transportation business. There .is always a wrangle that tome
part of the city It favored and others neglected,
j We are going down in Mexico or to California for most of
mir fruit and vegetables, as the last freeze finished ours in the
falley. Such at earrota, turnips, cabbage and cauliflower, there
kr Dlentv here.

S Tat Stock Show begint first week in February, and there is

tome: to be a bis attendance, but mere is room lor au and a

w near-bv vlllei that aire nrenared to helD.

The anow is well down Into Texas and a lot of roads are

r:

-
" v

jj
e J"" S WWVA V I

The Philly critics unanimously

iiaiseu me new piay, "A Malor

ity of One." Stars CedrirHard CedrirHard-wicke
wicke CedrirHard-wicke and Gertrude Berg. Opens
ore in mU-Feb. .Dick Sarofcnt

and June Blair re-kindled the blaze

tat went .out 2 years ago. .Carol
Chaiming's gamin-like co'fure
takes about 3 houn to disarrty.
Sound-alikes: "Gotta Travel" and
"When You Wore a Tulip". Also:
The new iriiport, "Petit Fleur"
(the middle section is note-for-note),
and "Alone Together". .
Liz Betray, vho it a painter when
she Isn't making movies (or the
rront pages), is readying a com composite
posite composite of H'wood stars in oil. .E .E-dith
dith .E-dith Fellows of the showr is table-

ior-iwoing witn Til Match, son of

me Austrian AmDassador to the
UN. .Scads of Cuban monev ii

being offered around Miami at

discount. No takers.

WASHINGTON After, this co column
lumn column began probing the hushed-up
Alabama tax-: scandal," and after
Jack Anderson went ,to Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham to interview various officials,
the Justice Department hurriedly
took the'ease out of the file mark
ed "Closed and began a new
investigation.: This was what (he
Internal Revenue Bureau had urg
ed Justice to do long before. How

ever, the case had remained

closed" tinpe March 10, 1958.
The case 'involves payments- by

big liquor companies to its repre-

seniauves ana irom men in ms
bama, at least one of whom couid
not read o rwrite. The money then
went into either political or per personal
sonal personal pockets, tome of it admit

tedlv to ex-Cov. Gordon Persons.

brother of Gen..1 Wilton Persons

long-time military aide to Pres
ident Eisenhower, now replacing
Sherman Adams in the White
House. i '.

Governor Persons, when chief

executive of Alabama, had ao-

nointed one of his close friends

Jimmy Thrower of Dothan. to the

ABC liquor board,' and Thower was

one of the men who handled tne

untaxed political payments.

Since President Eisenbn wer
camoaigned vigorously against income-tax
evasion and t)leded his
word to clean up the so-cl'd tax
scandals nf the Truman adminis administration,
tration, administration, the auestinn naturally
arose as to whether the Mahaa
tax case had been "closed" on the
word of anyone in or near the
White House.
-DOEN'T MSSURE
BROTHER-
f
Ex-Governor Persons vigorously
denied that be had asked his
bmhr to Intervene.

"There was tvessnre on me to

t in tou"h with mv brother on
this case." Cordon Persons told
.Tack Anderson dur" the. tatter's
trio to Albums. J'ut I can as assure
sure assure you flat!", that I never talked
to him about it.
"Who broueht the rtressnre?"
"It was mentioned to me- let

-me nut 1t that way." the e-Go"

rnoroi Alabama renl'ed. We ad-

"d that is frniintiv an'-od to

trv to mfnnce his brother in the

W"'e House.

"I got fmr letters today." be
said, "all as'riff me to aonroaoh

my brother. Jt I think it is for the

ond ot the state. I send it to him

without comment. If I don't think

so. -I tear it un."

Gordon claimed, he hadn't visit

ed Washington for four years and

hadn't seen his brother for two

years. The last, occasion was a

brief reunion in Florida. He ad

mitted. however, that be frenuent-

ly Phones and writes his brother.

r ueslioned.:fiir.ther, Persons said
e 'aumerr his brother' knew

about the case because of the in
djvlduals involved.

"He must know about it, but he
hasn't done a damn thing about

it," dordon insisted.

,"I Jiave carefully refrained from

involving jny brother because it
was bound to embarrass him. I

came, up in the rough school of
nolitics, and he came uo in the

remoered school. t,l had been in

ms place. It would ha v been dif

ferent ;t :. ...

.. Ex-Governor Persons- was re reminded
minded reminded that Jimmv Thower and

Emory Solomon, another Persons
oolitical leader, had claimed that

tne money, received from the li

ouor companies had been passed

on as -political contributions."

'Did you receive any of the

money?" Persons was asked.

Thrower.'could orettv much ban

any brand of liquor from coming
into Alabama, it was a very poor poorly
ly poorly kept political 3 secret tiut bit

northern liquor companies were
mOSt generous, tint nnlv with 1K,

cashjMit ,with their Iiquor',

Almost ivery flqubionsignment
arnving n Alabama hv-eeiiced

"Rriw" J-: Parts:; one for

.i :' r 10Z Personal
use of ABC liquor board members
and AJabamapoliticians."
Most significant aspectiof the
Alabama tax investigation was
the manner in which it was "clot- ?
ed" last March. When the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury delivered what it considered
an airtight case to the Justice DeV
partment and recommended cri criminal
minal criminal prosecution, the, Justice De' De'-partment
partment De'-partment "closed" the case with without
out without going back to the Treasury for
more evidence.
- This is unprecedented; If Ihe
Justice Department believes the
Treasury's evidence is not suf sufficient,
ficient, sufficient, or has loopholes, it so no notifies
tifies notifies the Treasury and its agents

nave a cnance to get more evid evidence.
ence. evidence. In this, case the Justice .De

partment dm not qo so. ...-;,

rresumamy because bitf names

were involved, the case wa,sini-

piy cmsea ov the Justice Depart

ment irr a two-aee letter dtd

March 10. 19587 aiened bv jos-nh

M. Howard, chie of the Tax Divl Divl-sion'a
sion'a Divl-sion'a Criminal Division.

This made Internal Revenue

agents sore. Seeing what, they
considered an airtieht caa. sun

pressed for aoparent political rea reasons,
sons, reasons, they went out on their own

and dug upaddmonal evidence.

uotn tne jreasury and this co column
lumn column are Investiffatine fnrth-

The first win report privately, the
later publicly,

...and will appreciate your cooperation and
patience during the service interruption on
Friday, January 23rd, which is necessary to.
make improvement in my service in the fol following
lowing following areas:
HOUR: 4:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m.
From Calle 7 to Calls 15, full extent
of Ave. Amador Guerrero, East side
All of Avenjda Justo Arosemena
Avenida Central, West side
Compafiia Panamefia de Fuerza y Luz is con constantly
stantly constantly working to improve your service. 8o
that you are not greatlv inconvenienced, ne necessary
cessary necessary interruptions will be held to a mini minimum.
mum. minimum. .... :,. jf,. f ,
Your Electric- Servant,
K-tlSTO KILOVATIO

V. lm eerte le tu UnmJ

PERSONS GOT SOME JOINDS-

"I got money from theni." Per

sons replied. "But I didn't have
any way of Jcnpwing where it came
from. When a man makes a po political
litical political contribution, you Jon't ask
where it came from."
Both Thower and Solomon were
regarded as members of the Per
sons inner clique and quite close
to the Governor. Inasmuch as he
appointed Thrower to the ABC li

quor looara, and inasmuch a

&N!e Carlo Race
Officials Increasing
Last-Lap Obstacles

MONTE CART.Q. Monco (HPn

Monte rrln ra" officials an

nounced plans yesterday to maki

the final tfaees of the auto race

even more difficult than original originally
ly originally olanned.

Unless thev did so. thev

plained, more than h'al' the entr'ei
aoneared likely to reach the finish
without penalty poiwts-a : devel development
opment development which would fhrow the or

ganization of the fallV 'n'o' cot).
olete disorder, More than 800 driv driver
er driver began treks of more than ? 000
miles to Monaco Stuidav from
nine different starring iwihts.
ifjWiitf-tnrlly ixtwet'rj
more thah 150 cars to finish. This
year Irowever, desm'te bad weath weather
er weather on roads in France and at
other point on the- rally rou,
cars 'are drooping out : -"n far
smajlef: numbers than wts' ex expected.
pected. expected. f-.''V' -ftfS;K
Officials iput- this, down to' the
oubme"t carried bv the cars
and to the sMUyof 4heir j drivers.
Manv of them were wagint 'safe.
'v through areaa Vwhere -normal
dnyerst would ba jinaWe to pa ss.
To counteract the threat I of a

Lmass arrival of carvat-Monte Car

o, of lotais announced t h f
olanned to mke,the last 49t-kilo-me
ter lan (SOi.tVtnUe). from Cham Cham-berv
berv Cham-berv to Monaco more flifftcult.
,The -road., mostly mounta;nons
and. in many vases .covered with
bad oatches of ice. .will be divided
un into sector, they ; rld. Each
driver; on arrival at rhambery,
will be civen- sesled enveloo
which, will give him a fixed speed
lor" each sector. V i
Midden controls along:tb routi

w ll check hit orogresi witnout bis
being, aware of it and, report back

o race headquarters nerei Penal Penalty
ty Penalty points witl.be awarded and, not
wore than 120. driver are expect expect-d
d expect-d to get to Monte Carlo, without
tticm, orgaii?ers. said:.

The Secret Service a sent i nrn.

tectini Mikoyan in Los Angeles
surrounded a group of hecklers
and then 'jj-oke the eggs (they
planned flinging) In their pockets
. .Extreme precautions wer ta taken
ken taken about those entering his Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Hotel tuite. Bellhops,
waiters, maids, managers were

screened. Bur nit the barber!. .
Their chums suspect Sinclair Ro Robinson,
binson, Robinson, the attorney, and Bette
r.,e !?..." niarrried. .Le Becker

oi west side Stnrv" u Wiu.i..

since Tom Kasson joined the show

; oCn 7 acott dPeo: daugh daughter
ter daughter Shelly Scott and Frank Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, the COStUITl dociono,. ... ,.k

uu....c,uig. .ust Kose, lovely Cap
tain of the Latin Quarter line, is
being wooed by Grant W: Woodi,
fnrn,,ruU J? mid west tracUon
fortune. He- diamond bracelet was
a recent gift, ,jeff chandler't
5S3Sffd wif Marw ,Dd st'a
Sandord ware steadying.
J.sh 'ctreM- h" wme the
Jane Aus.et, c the uppsr set. An
writ t DrC!: JwheB D,b,rn Kerr
2 ,u.yw kt the Desmond
id secr SM nlmu
age, the got It from Florence, and
who!r I.?"', uM,r,M
verett of "CnM wind .-a

warm is yarm on the subject of

Juan Crawford's daughter Christ

manners are reserved for There Theresa
sa Theresa Rice, an editor of Sports Illlut Illlut-trated.
trated. Illlut-trated. .Ging Rogers' intimates
wonder which medic gets the girl.
Dr. Paul Ashneider, her tennis
partner, or Dr. John Secton, whose
bokays arrive dally.

i STOCKHOLDERS OF
CERVECERIA NACI0NALS. A.
(National Brewery Inc.)
We wish to remind you that the regular
General Assembly of Stockholders of this'
Company will be held in our New Plant in
Pasadena, Trans-isthmian Highway, on Mon Monday
day Monday January 26, 1959, at 7 p.m.
v In accordance with our By-Laws, this
meeting can not be held unless one-half nlus
1 one of the total number of tockholders are
present or represented by proxy, I and a
minimum of one-half of the capital stock is
represented. (
' Stockholders who are unable to attend this
meeting, SHOULD MAIL THEIR PROXIES
in due time to Apartado No. 536, Panama
THE SECRETARY.

flosed.
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Georgia Okays Vandiver's Anti-Integration
'S T-.Y"V'' V" -' : ' A, :
Bills; Action Delayed On Income Tax Proposal

ATLANTA (UPI) Administr

tlon forceg boosted five seerega

tlon bills over their first hurdles

yesterday but at the cost 01 a
House' fight that delayed action

on the income tax credits pro

This final bill of Gov. Ernest

Vandiver's anti integration pacK

et was expected to get House ac action
tion action today. It authorizes pay

ments to support approved sn-

vate schools in lieu 0! income tax

Davments.

. The House fight developed over
a bill to prohibit localities from

levying property taxes to support
integrated schools. V, passed 186-5

tration timetable was disrupted
Rep. Raymond Reed of Cobb

County was shouted down by

voice Vote in his futile attempt
to amend the bill so as to guaran

tee a year's salary for any teacn
er left jobless by integration-clos
ings. '

"We can't expect these folks to
stay 6a and not know whether

their Day is going to be cut off,

Reed said. "They've got to be
able to know if they're going to

feed their children."
"Rep." Frank Twitty, administra administration
tion administration floor ieader from Camilla,
said he had Vandiver's personal
assurance that any such jobless
teachers will be cared for.

CALLING CARD ,
. TOKYO, (UPl)-Japanese police
today arrested a 17-year-old youth
wao sent an extortion note to 13-year-old
mqyie actress Tomoko
Matsushima, demanding $239.

(soo.ouo yen ).

Had

Police had little trouble locating

the sender. He included his .cor-

tect-return "address j onaitbftinote, U?rt,-wJva .iharged .blJi, wouljl

Rep. Henry. Payton of Coweta.

in the most heated rebuttal to
Reed's argument, charged that

many icnoui teacners lavor in
tegration" and the salary-euaran

tee might encourage them to agi agitate
tate agitate for mixed schools.
Reed finally voted for the bill

witnout amendment, but it got the

-nays 01 iteps. M. M. iMuggsy)
Smith, Ralph McClelland and Wil Wilson
son Wilson Brooks of Atlanta; Edward
Brennan of Savannah and James

MacKay of Decatur.
'
The Senate meanwhile passed
quickly and sent to the House four
administration segregation bills
which would:
, 1. Empower the governor to
close single schools, integrated or

not, to prevent violence, instead

of having to shut down entire
school systems if. one school is

integrated, as under present law.

2.. similarly empower the gov

ernor to close any member insti institution
tution institution of the University System

to avoid .possible violence that in integration
tegration integration might cause.

3. Authorize the governor to pro

vide legal defense at state expense

for any local school officials at attacked
tacked attacked by integration suits.

4. Forbid enrollment of persons

over 21 as undergraduate students
or over 25 as graduate students

in the ymversity system.

Senate floor leader Carl Sand

ers of Augifsta had already mus

tered almost Unanimous support

for most measures, had briefed

his lieutenants and organized

hard hitting floor speeches in

favor of the bills.

The aee smit bill neverthe

less got two dissenting votes, from
Sens. Charlie; Brown of Atlanta

and Kussell J. Mercer of Met

unnecessarily impede adult educa

tion. . --
Vandiver had frankly said the
bill was aimed t Negro integra integration
tion integration litigants who, thus far, have
tended to be well above normal
student age but Mercer pointed
out the bill might well bring out

younger litigants.

The other segregation bills

passed unanimously after- being

launcnea witn so minutes 01 seg segregationist
regationist segregationist oratory by Sens. Sand Sanders,
ers, Sanders, Robert H. Jordan of Talbot Talbot-ton
ton Talbot-ton and Robert Culpepper of Ca Camilla.
milla. Camilla. Jordan said the administration

school closing bill could with withstand
stand withstand court attacks similar, to
those which overthrew a similar

law in Virginia because Georgia's

constitution provides better foot

ing for it.

Georgia is not now shackled by

cunsuiuuon mat maxes dudup

schools mandatory, he said.
The House also passed : 10 gov government
ernment government reorganization measures
and the. Senate six of them, call calling
ing calling for elimination of various dor dormant
mant dormant commissions and bureaus
and combining and shifting oth others.
ers. others. A House honesty in govern government
ment government bill was prevented from
reaching the floor by a minor
technical flaw which an adminis administration
tration administration spokesman said would be
ironed out in time for action
today.
This bill would' prevent state
employes from doing business
with the state.

Flying Info Berlin
Could Prove Fatal,
EMer Tells Airlines

i BERLIN (UPI) A West Berlin

newspaper yesterday quoted East

uerman propaganda chief Ger Gerhard
hard Gerhard Eisler as warning that West

ern commercial planes would be
shot down if they tried to fly to
Berlin' without permission after
the Soviets turned over controls
to ihe Communist German regime.

At the same time, Soviet diplo diplomats
mats diplomats -said Moscow was deter

mined to push through its plan to
make West Berlin a demilitarized
'free' city. They said there has

been ho retreat from the proposal
to end the occupation and transfer
controls of Allied lifelines to East

Germany.

Eisler. the bail-iumolne fugitive

from American justice, addressed
a forum in the East German town
of Potsdam Monday night on the
Soviet proposals, the West Berlin
newspaper Der Abend -reported.

It quoted him as saying: 'When

anyone flies over our territory
without permission, he will have,
a free ticket to heaven or hell in

his pocket, depending on his vir

tue. I win De sorry oniy tor uie
pretty hostesses."

Three Western airlines Pan-

American, Air France and British
European make an average of
fliehln daily in and out of Ber

lin in the air corridors which I'nk
the former German capital with
the West.

JAIL UNFIT
MADISONVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)
County officials are considering
construction of a new jail, Judge
James Witt fhas declared the ,old
1 1 1

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TO ATTEND PARLIY

TOKYO fUPI) President Ho

Chi Minh of North Viet Nam left
hi canital citv of Hanoi by plane

Tuesday for Moscow to attend the
Soviet Communist Party's 2lst

congress which opens Jan. 27, the
Communist New China news

airencv reDorted.

Ho was invited to Moscow by

the Soviet party's central commit

tee. He was accompanied by top

members of the commumst party

of north Viet Nam.

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RIFLE EXPERT M. Sgt. Furman J. Blume. who la in charge
tf vehicle maintenance, 5700th Operations Squadron, was re recently
cently recently awarded the. "Silver USAF Excellence-ln-Competition
Badge" by Col. Arthur P. Hurr, Base Commander. The award
is Inscribed with Furman's name in recognition for outstand outstanding
ing outstanding rifle marksmanship displayed in 1958 during the all Air
Forced Individual Rifle Match held at Lackland AFB Texas
A letter accompanying the award said in part, "Sergeant
Blume has qualified for this award by virtue of superior shoot shooting
ing shooting and has reflected great credit upon himself and the United
States Air Force." (Official USAF Photo)

Kennedy Offers Revised Version

Of Last Year s Labor Reform Bill

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.

John F. Kennedy (D Mass.)
oDened the 1959 drive for labor

reform legislation yesterday with
an anti-racketeering bill he said
would virtually put Teamster boss
James R. Hoffa out of business.
Kennedy stole a march on the
administration by unveiling a re revised
vised revised version of the measure he
sponsored last year. The 1958 bill
sweet through the Senate on an

88 to i vote but died in the House,

victim of parliamentary maneu

vering by both parties.
-The new measure would set up
safeguards for union funds, re

quire democratic union elections

and bar convicted criminals irom

union office.

Kennedy urged the Senate not

to "bog down" the bill with Taft Taft-Hartley
Hartley Taft-Hartley amendments. He said a

second bill would be offered to do

that.

Kennedy said Congress could

pass no law that would "elimi

nate Hoffa. But he said his
measure would "close to Mr. Hof

fa and his ilk most of the racket racketeering
eering racketeering opportunities they have ex-

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To Help Inaugurate

Hew HOXO Facilities

Dr. Clarence W. Jones, world world-recognized
recognized world-recognized authority on interna international
tional international broadcasting, one of the
founders of the Voice of the Andes
radio station, and past president of
the Panamerican Christian Net Network,
work, Network, will be the featured speaker
at the innauguration ceremony of
the new HOXO transmitting facili facilities
ties facilities Sunday afternoon.
Jones is making a world survey
of radio, particularly in its religi
ous aspects, and will be making
Panama one of his stops. He al already
ready already has visited most of the La Latin
tin Latin American countries.
Other local governmental, radio
and press representatives have
been invited to attend the official
opening of the new building hous housing
ing housing the 5000 watt transmitter lo located
cated located near the base of the 300 foot
HOXO radio tower.
With the closing of the symbolic

switch, one of the republic's most

powerful transmitters will go on

the air, providing greater cover
aee for the English and Spanish

programs that are releasel daily

on "the Voice of the Isthmus."

The ceremony will take place Sun

day afternoon at 4:30 p.m. at the
transmittine site in Llano Bonito,
near Juan Diaz.

Before leaving Panama for Cos

ta Rica Tuesday, Jones will be

meetinff with local religious lead

ers to exchange views on radio and

TV broadcasting.

ploited" and "will, in short, vir virtually
tually virtually put Mr. Hoffa and his as associates
sociates associates out of business."

ihe administration is expected
to propose its own bill later this

ween, possimy tomorrow. It is cer certain
tain certain to be stiffer than the Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy version, calling fnr .r.t-.

down on such union m-sr-tiroo

secondary boycotts and "black

man picketing issues KnnHv

Kennedy announced the Senate
labor subcommittee he heads
would open hearings on his bill
yesterday. He said the hearings
would last only five to nine days
and expressed hope the Senate
and House would promptly ap ap-prove
prove ap-prove the measurp

First witness will h T. hnr Kan

Ketairirames P' Mitchell, followed
by AFL-CIO President George
Meany and representatives of such
business groups as the Chamber
, ommere and National Assn.
?f a!luf?,cturer8- Chairman Jehn

. "cweuan (u-atic.) 0f the Sen

ate nacKets Committee also will

c uiviiea to testily.
TH. rr .

me Aenneav run Hoi. ,;tu

such issues, investigated by the
Rackets v Committe n i

"shiPs. conflicts of interest

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SALESMAN BEING TRIED

FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI)

German textiles salesman Carl

Krumsiek. 50, went on trial to
day on charge of making anH-

Semitic remarks in a tavern. He

was the latest of several Germans

bfbught oefore West G e r a n

courts in case; involving anti-Semitism.

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TROPHIES TO WINNERS OP GOLF TOURNAMENT
TO RE PRESENTED SATURDAY. AT GALA PARTY
One of the outstanding social events of the season at the
Panama Golf Club will be a cocktail party Saturday evening
Trophies will be presented to winners ot the House of Lords and
King's Trophy tournaments.
Alianza Distributors, hosting the party, bae Issued invita invitations
tions invitations to numerous officials of Panama and the Canal Zone and
other distinguished persons on the Isthmus.
Among the outstanding guests will be Mr. A. G. Reynolds,
who established the tournament at the Panama Golf Club, and
his wife, Mrs. Miller Reynolds, who will come here trom New
Orleans for the trophy presentations, Mr. and Mrs. Abbe Sanger
and Miss Lilen Sanger of New York.

Picnic Meeting. For
Btlboa Woman's Club
The Balboa Woman's Club has
announced plsns for an interest interesting
ing interesting meeting next Wednesday at
Westwood, the country home of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schilling near
Affaijan.
Members are invited to arrive
any time after 6 a.m. A board
meeting will be held at 10 a.m.,
and picnic luncheon will be serv served:
ed: served: ,at 12:30. Each member is ask
d to bring a covered dish item.
Further information on transpor transportation
tation transportation or food may be obtained
from Mrs. Stella Nita. Balboa 2iJ 2iJ-$1:
$1: 2iJ-$1: Mrs. Peggy Parker, Balboa
1412; Mrs. Ethel Chester, Balboa
1822; Mrs. Loretta Snodgrass, Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa 2384; Mrs. Ruth Auble, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4433; or Mrs. Emily Bolton,
Panama 3-7776.

Col. and Mrs. Dornl
Head Festival Planning
Col. and Mrs. Fred Durni, exe

cutive co-chairmen of St. Luke s

Spring Festival to be held Satur

day, have announced tnai oeuer
facilities are planned for this year

to eliminate confusion at refresh refreshment
ment refreshment stands.
Snack bars, with "Mother Hub

bard's CuDboard." will be located

at convenient spots in Morgan's

Gardens to facilitate serving sand
wicheg, hot dogs and coffee.
The Festival will start at l'J a

m. At that hour, the first Scooter,

with a trailer attached, will leve
Balboa for Morgan's Gardens. The

train will run about every half
hour, with the final trip back to
Balboa scheduled for 5:4.") p.m.
Adequate parking faculties will

be available on Gaillard Highway

for those driving to the Festival,
CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)

Meeting
Orchid Chapter. O.E.S.

Orchid Chapter One, Order of

the Eastern Star, has called a spe

cial meeting for Friday evening

at 7:30 at the Scottish Rite Tern
pie in Balboa.
The iniatory degree will be con
f erred. Refreshments will be serv
ed after th meting.

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BROADWAY ORAPEVINi
Unda Christian is off oh holi holiday
day holiday with her newest love a
rent-a-car tycoon, very wealthy. .
Tennessee Williams has become
enthusiastic about Diana Barry
more's talent. After her tour in
"Garden District," she may at;
tempt a repertory of Williams
plays on Broadway. .Marge a.nd
Gower Champion are planning
to break up the act, although the
marriage is still ideal. .Now Mit
li Gaynor is being talked of for
the Gypsy Rose Lee role in the
Merman musical, "Gypsy". .
Johnny Mandel's marvelously ex exciting
citing exciting score for the Susan Hay Hay-ward
ward Hay-ward picture, "I Want to Uve.V
has sold close to 50,000 copies since
Christmas making it the biggest

LP success ever waxed by the u
nited Artists discery.
Producer David Pelhanv who
harbored runaway lovers Tessa
and Dominick Elwes during their

Curundu Cub S.aut. ew "T",8 "J"'

li"'r1rL?iiUl?UialHe out on the stage version of

Cm and Mineral Society

Members of the Canal Zone Gem

and Mineral Society are reminded
of a meeting tomorrow evening
at 7:30. They are asked to bring
as much material as possible to
start preparations for the rock
show planned for February 14.

Seven of Curundu is planned for
Friday evening at 7 in the Scout
House in Curundu. All parents
are urged to attend. An interest-
ine nrnpram has hopn nlannd

and will be followed by a social
period.

"Auntie Mame" there and as soon
as it got rolling Warners premier premiered
ed premiered its movie edition of the same

story. Pelham is screaming uiny
pool," since it's sure to have a
depressing effect on his box of office.
fice. office. 1

Gamboa Credit Union
The Gamboa Federal Credit U U-nion
nion U-nion has announced plans for a
meeting at 7:30 at the Santa Cruz
Clubhouse. On the agenda are the
election of officers and voting of
dividends for 1958.
Light refreshments will be serv served.
ed. served. Attending the meeting will be
James P. Coates, international re representative,
presentative, representative, and Mr. Bennett.
Desk Reading Set
For Fallorosi Work
Jan. 31, Cristobal
The Caribbean Club will a dra

matic reading of Orpheus, a poem

written by Louis J. Fattorosi of

Cristobal High School, on Satur

day. Jan. 31, at 7:30 p.m. in the

Masonic Hall, Cristobal.

The poem, was published

few months ago by Pageant Press,
and has been called "a lyrical.

poetic drama, resplendent with

pure beauty."
I

Closely following the classic leg

end, this six-part dramatic poem

retells the story of Orpheus and

Eurydice, with a narrator and a
chorus of shepherds introduced to

give emphasis and movement to

the drama In the Greek manner."
This production by the College
Club will stress the drama and
poetry of the poem, using the
method of desk reading which has
been successfully followed by
Charles Laughton, John GielRtid,
and others in world-wide presen presentations
tations presentations of the classics.

The author, Fattorosi, will be
presented to the public following
the performance, which is open
to the public.

y OSWALD JACOBY
Written tar NBA Service

All in the Family

Answer to Previous Puiil.

Thp Rroadwav crowd will be in

terested to learn that Milton Berle

has reunited with Irving Gray,

hi one-time manager. Gray will

produce Miltie's nxt telethon. .

Ahmad Jamal, tne gneue mu mu-hammedan
hammedan mu-hammedan h i d s t e r, has be

come box office dynamite since

his two Areo albums hit the best

spller charts. .Sallv Ann Howe

quits as "My Fair Lady" at the

end of this montn, men em Dams
on a two-month European vacation

with husband Dick Adler, the com

poser. .The off-Broadway revival

of "On the Town" proves it s a

musical comedy classic not to Be
missed. .Esquire Magazine will
revive its famed jazz poll after a
lapse of a decade.
New York fashion photograph

ers are predicting a bright future
for a new model. Dian Roland.

They think she'll make the grade
as America's newest top-ranking
cover girl. .Bing Crosby evinced
his admiration for Jane Morgan's
talent as a singer by signing her
to entertain after bis Pebble Beach

Golf Tournament for a fa' fee,
plus plane fare. And while she's

In California, they'll discuss team
ing up for a television spectacular.
Maria Tallchicf and Andre E

glevsky, who resigned from the

New York City Ballet ratiier than

submit to being listed alphabetical

ly, will wind' up as stars of the
old Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo,
dancing at the Metropolitan Ope

ra House in May. .bol Yaged,
the clarinet star, is recuperating
after an emergency appendecto appendectomy.
my. appendectomy. Ace trumpeter Charlie Shav Shav-pole
pole Shav-pole for the next fortnight.
Kim Novak is collaborating with
a national magazine on a scheme
to discredit the New York news
papers. The magazine plans to re reproduce
produce reproduce items printed about Kim's
alleged movements during her
stay here, and Kim will testify
that she was really home in bed

or somewhere else at the time.
One columnist who printed that
Kim stopped in at the Roundtable
at 3 a.m. to get some sparcribs

will learn that it never happened
(she was slumbering) and aer re
action next day was something

ake: "Wnat s tne Koundcablef"
Sacha Distel, who was relative relatively
ly relatively obscure until his romance with
Brigitte Bardot made him front
page news, hag been offered se several
veral several roles by French movie pro producers,
ducers, producers, but none of them can meet
his price. The cute guitar player

is asking $100,000 a picture which

is more outlandish over there than
it is here. .Fidel Castro's latest
statements have dimmed local edi
torial interest in Enrol Flynrfs eye eyewitness
witness eyewitness accounts of the revolu revolution's
tion's revolution's wind-up.
Flo Dietrich, who used to paly
the piano with Phil Spitalny'i or-

I chestra, now punches the cash

register Keys ai uavauagu s res restaurant.
taurant. restaurant. .George Stevens finds
the scenes in "The Dairy of Anne
Frank" an embcrrassment of
riches. The current running time
is three hours, but he can't bring
himself to cut an inch of film.
Ava Gardner'a stay Down Un Under
der Under should make history, with the
Aussies on record as finding her
"self-centered" and "very rude in indeed."
deed." indeed." As she arrived in Mel Melbourne,
bourne, Melbourne, her first comment was,
"I'm to make a film about the
end of the world, and this sure is
the town for i". .Phyllis New Newman,
man, Newman, who plays one of Polly Ber Bergen's
gen's Bergen's sisters in the upcoming
Broadway show "First Impres Impressions,"
sions," Impressions," is dating MCAigent Leo

Buchman. .It would appear that
Greenwich Village is challenging

52nd St. as a strip-tease center.
West 3d St. now boasts six girlie
shows in a three-block area,

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DENVER (UPI) Andrew
Noorak Tooyak, an Eskimo who
used to live within the Artie Cir Circle,
cle, Circle, is now learning to ski in the
Colorado Rockips.
Tooyak and his two children,
Evaline, 8, and Enoch, 7, art ink
ing lessons from Tooyak's boss,
Ed Crist of Lakowood, Colo., a
suburb of Denver.
Crist, who runs Christy Sports,
Inc., heard last spring that Too Tooyak
yak Tooyak wanted to come to the Unit United
ed United States under the relecat'.on
program of the U.S. Bureau of
Indian Affairs. He gave him a job.

The Eskimo had long been in

terested in skiing, but had ben

on a pair of skis only once wnue
living at Point Hope, Alaska. And
that wasn't unusual. Eskimos had
never heard of skis until Scan Scandinavian
dinavian Scandinavian explorers introduced
them.
Tooyak got tired sl hunting bear.

caribou and walrus for a living in
Alaska. "I thought I might be able

to get a steady job in the united

States and help my family," he

said. He asked to be relocated near

Denver, because his sister, Dora,

had become a beautician here.
Crist put him on a training pro

gram repairing skis and snow

shoes. "Andy picked it right up.
Crist said. "He s so handy with his

hands that even though he d never
worked with power tools before,
he became just as good with them

as with hand tools. And he s so un

inhibited in his thinking about

power tools he can discover ways

of doing things we haven t thougnt
of."

Tooyak hasnt given you hind

craftsmanship entirely, though.

He brought a set of ivory-carving

tools to Denver with him and has

turned out fine miniature ; carv

ings from walrus tusk.

Crist fixed up a display case in

the reports shop for the carvings
and their sales and substantially
to Tooyak's income.

How are the skiing lessons pro

gressing? Okay," Tooyak said.
I thought I wouldn't be standing
up much of the time. But I did

pretty well on the small slope.

With today's hand we take leave

of the Rothlein team.

The bidding in the box took

place when Bob Rothlein was

North and Cy Neuman South

There was no play to the three'

no-trump contract, cy won the
second heart and ran dummy's
seven diamonds. He considered
the spade finesse for avmoment
but was wise enough to decide

that he had best settle for his con contract
tract contract and no overtri&s.

When Lazard and Hanna sat
East and West at the other table

fthey crowded the bidding. Laz

ard overcalled two hearts, not

one. This is an example of the

weak jump overcall which I in

vented almost 30 years ago and

which is used today by many

piayers.

South did bid two spades and

now Bill Hanna continued the

crowding by x leading to four
hearts. North could have doubled
that contract and beaten it one
trick but instead chose to try four

spaaes.

Bill opened his singleton dia

mond and declarer had Bo way to
avoid the loss of a heart, a club,
a spade and a diamond ruff so the

hand represented a 700-point point

swing ior me cnampions.

Q The bidding has been:
West North East South
1 Double IV 7'
You, South, hold:
A2 VQJS7 4 JSS 8 1 4
What do you do?
A Double. Yqu can beat one
heart and you are. ready for any
further action your partner nay
take if tha opponents run out,
TODAY'S QUESTION ;
West goes woni rib-trump "and
it is passed around to you. What,
do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow

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S Measure of
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(Father
12 Vegetable fat
13 Platform
14 Hail!
15 Stales
17 Number
16 Florentine
painter
19 Sways
21 Norwegian
capital
23 Father's title
24 Moslem title
27 Musical
quality
29 Afresh
32 Father's
brothers
34 Draw from
36 Disposition
37 Cheered
38 Fraternal or
identical
39 A few
41 Years (ab.)'
42 Foreguard ,, ,,-44
44 ,,-44 Reserve V
46 Sacred beetles
49 Finished
S3 Family pet
94 Patrons
56 Mimic
57 Raise children
58 Girl's name
59 Color
60 Volcano
61 Stagger
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S Spanish jar

3 relatives
4 voce
5 Stir
6 Container
7 Hoarfrost
8 Worms
9 Fatherhood
10 Above
1 1 Writing
implements
16 parents
20 Diadem
22 Mislays
24 Father's sister
25 Chew
26 Moved
28 Dropsy
30 Always

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33 Of the moon
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43 Mother-of-pearl
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47 Sleeveless
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50 Remove ?V
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Ranks Of Jobless In US
Soar Toward Four Million

WASHINGTON (UPI) The!

number of unemployed Americans

rose to more than four million in

December in the biggest monthly

jobless increase since last June's

postwar -high, the government re

ported yesterday.
The Labor and Commerce De Departments
partments Departments said the December in

crease meant the job situation at

end of 1958 was "about midway
between the recession levels re re-orded
orded re-orded early in 1958 and the peaks
during the boom period of 1955
to 1957."
The joint report said the pace
of job recovery slowed somewhat
during the past two months and
the number of long-term unem unemployed
ployed unemployed workers those out of jobs
for 15 weeks or more-remained
at about 1,300,000:
The 275,000 rise In unemploy
ment during December bmght
total unemployment to 4,108,000. It
was attributed to heavier than

usual winter cut-backs in farm,
construction and other outdoor
jobs.
' Unemployment hit a post World
War" II high of 5,437,000 in June
when 500,000 workers joined the
idle ranks.

GOOD ADVICE
CHICAGO (UPI)-The Bicycle
Institute of America today offered
this advice to parents teaching
their children to ride:
Grasp tlv bicycle seat with one
hand, simultaneously pushing and
balancing the two-wheeler, but
stay out of the pupil's line of

sight and out of the way of the

bike.

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December employment fell bjf
680,000 to 63,978,000 despite a pick pickup
up pickup in pre-Christmas hiring by retail-
stores and the postal set-vice.
The rate of unemployment, aftA
er seasonal adjustments, slid bp
to 6.1 per cent in December, com compared
pared compared to 5.9 per cent in Novem November.
ber. November. The rate stood at 7.S pet
cent during the depths of lust

spring's recession.' Y

The report also cited some

bright spots in the labor picture.
It said, for example, that average

weekly earnings of factory worK worK-ers
ers worK-ers rose to a record $88.04 during
December.
Another bright spot was an' in increase
crease increase in non-farm jobs. They,
rose 144,000 to 59,102,000 as auto
plants and primary metal indus industries;
tries; industries; added more wqrkers jto theif
payrolls. But total manufacturing
jobs dipped 60.000 to 15,115,000 due
to seasonal declines in canning
and food processing.

GRANT RESEARCH FUNDS
NEW YCR K(UPI) r The tr
bacco inrjuHtr seafdh Commit Committee
tee Committee yesterday announced a new
appropriation of $500,000 for scien scientific
tific scientific research,

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When the party starts to break
up, go home when the crowd dots.
It is the hanger-on who jutt can't

stem to tear himself away who
keeps the host and hostess up long
after they would like to call it a
night. So don't pa;' any attention
tc the host's polite, "You don't
have to leave just because the oth others
ers others are."

You may not have to but if1
you have an. consideration for
your host and hostess, you will.
Darlington Liscott
Dies Suddenly;
Burial Tomorrow
Oswald Darlington Liscott,' 80, a
native of Jamaica, B.W.I., died
suddenly at his home in the San
Miguel borough, yesterday after
suffering a heart attack.
The former Panama Canal work

er, who helped build the Canal.

has lived on the Isthmus since 19 19-05.
05. 19-05. He retired from tha Panama

Canal Company's service In 1946.
He first worked for the Locks Di Division
vision Division and later wai employed by

uio municipal engineering division
as a carpenter.
Mr. Liscott is survivor! bv hU

daughter, Mrs. Milllcent Held, and

one grsnason, uagsr Reid
He will b buried t the Pueblo
Nuevo Cemetery some time te
morrow. Funeral arrangements
had not been completed up to
press time.

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GIVES COMMANDS FOR HIS O.WN EXECUTION Lieutenant
Despalgne, chief ot army prowl cars during the Batista regime,
Is executed aa a "war criminal" at Santiago, Cuba, after a
trial by men of rebel leader Fidel Castro. At left, Despaigne
gives the commands for his own execution, ''Attention. Ready.
Aim, Fire," to the firing squad. He buckles (center) as the bul bullets
lets bullets plow into his body. At right, Despaigne starts to fall to the
ground.

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know how quickly and easily you can
bake your own delicioua pastry. With
Flako there's no measuring ... no weigh weighing
ing weighing ... no kneading. Juat ompty a
package in a bowl, add water, mix and
roll out! In Flako, all the ingredients
for a perfect pastry crust have been
blended for you. This means you save
time and you turn out the tender,
taky, golden pastry you always wanted.

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patiry mix

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Flake Vanilla Cup Cake MIr.
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size pie or 16 to 18 small tarts.

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met at the home of Lmoea Anger Anger-miiller'
miiller' Anger-miiller' of Coco Solo to discucs

pushing plans for tne coming sea
.nn i Alice MnOann. nreiident

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UNION CrJURCH
Margarita

the Rev; Glenn Prunty of
Jacque, Darien, will be1 a special

missionary guest at me anargarua
Union Church Sunday,
The Rev. Prunty is associated
with the New Tribes M ssion
which ministers principally to the
Indian population in th Jacque
area. He will share in the various
activities through the day and

" will be the principal speaker at

the Missions institute to be neia
7:30: p.m. Sunday evening; At that
time he will give an Ulistrated

description of bis work in Jacque

On Monday evening, at 6:30

p.m., the men of tne church gathe
for their monthly supper meeting.
The principal speaker for that oc occasion
casion occasion will be Paul L. Beck, prin principal
cipal principal of Cristobal Hieh School.

Beck will speak on "The New

Atlantie Side High School". All
men of the community are invit invited
ed invited but supper reservations should
chairman, Johr Bruland, three
be made with the Fellowship
chairman, Jobs Bruland, three
days in advance.
The women of the church will
meet on Tuesday night at 7.30 p.
They have chosen as their theme
for the year "Fellowship with
Christian Women Around the
World"., The speaker for Tuesday
night's meeting will be the pastor
of the church.. The Theodore E.
Franklifi. His talk has been en entiled.
tiled. entiled. "From Darkness to Light in
Melanesia". The pastor will also
conduct a ceremony of installation
for the new officers of the group.
Hostesses for the evening will be
Mrs. J. W. B. Hall and Mrs. H.
C. Richards.

Funeral Services
Tomorrow For Late
Eugene F. Seale
funeral services will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow i afternoon at -3 p.m. for
Eugene F. Seale, resjdest of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, who .died esterdaaiLi -.;n

The services will be conducted

at the Flower of the Isthmus
Lodge in Colon, followed by in interment
terment interment at the Mount Hope Ce Cemetery
metery Cemetery -. .. ; M
Mr. Seale, i member' of Court
Atlantic No.- 9914, A.O.F., also of
the Flower of the Isthmus Lodge
No, 1, I.U.CvM was retired from
Panama Canal service approxim approximately
ately approximately four years ago.

. The sociareemmitlee. including

llary Danielson, chairman y Jean
Judge : and Polly Ho3ny were
officially thanxed for tbe holiday
party they arranged for sorority

member,-.. t

Jean Judge, program chairman,
read paper submitted b Norma

DeVutl on -Verse Alaiin. Ex

amples of limerick, ballad and
lyric vorse were presented and
discussed, after which member!

attempted limerick wntina.

At the close of the meeting, Te-

tresnmenu were served ny im
nea Angermuller from an attrac
tively-detorated table.

Evangelist Haggf
Gives Sermon Topics
For Hexf 3 tlighfs
Evangelistic Haggai who is fondue-tine
the current evangelical
crusade under the auspices of the
First Baptist Church hrs announc announced
ed announced that he will preach tonight on
the subject. "The Sin God Cannot
Forgive," and tomorrow night on
the aubject, "The Tru'h About Di Divine
vine Divine .Healing," the host pastor,
Reverend A'illiam H. Beeby an announced.
nounced. announced. The crowds flocking to the, meet
ings conducted by the Haggai
Evangelistic Team forced the re removal
moval removal to the out-of-doors last

Sunday. The auditorium was too
small to. accomodate the revival
crowds.

In announcing tonight's subject
Haggai last night asked, "What is
the Unpardonab'e Sin? Is it sui suicide?
cide? suicide? Is it divorce Is it un unbelief?
belief? unbelief? Is it ascribing the works
of the Holy Spirit to the devil?
Is there a sin God will not forgiv
Is there any escape fo one who
has commited the unpardonable
sin? How can you know whe'her

or not you have committed this

sin? He promises to give xne
answer to these and other ques

tions tonight.

The 100 voice crusade choir pre present
sent present a soecial Don DeVos ar

rangement of some great gospel
song under DeVos' leadership
each night. Bob Andersen, team

accompanist, plays one 01 nis own
stiecial arrangements of some

hymn or gospel song on the or or-ean
ean or-ean and piano simultaneously

each night. The large, congrega

tion is lead at eacn service in me
singing of popular gospel, music.

Haggai announced mat ne win
elaborate tonieht on tomowow

nieht's subject. "Divine Healing,"

He further stated that Andersen

Would play his famous "rouna tne
world tour" simulating the music

of various global area-aiso.,sat
the Fridav nieht service.

!Th final serviced ;tte.,rvade
will be conducted Saturday night

when he Kentucky preacher win
deliver his well known sermon,

"How To Win Over Worry." This
will be a capsule form of hos soon
to-be-published book under the
same title.
Peqplf of all nationalities and

au denominations continue o wm -ship
togehef at1 these se-vicps,
officials said AH' are Invited.' The
time is 7:30 nightly.

W if-1 h w .-.'v.
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POLARIS TEST FIRED These are the first official photo photographs
graphs photographs of the Navy'a Polaris AX-1 missile as It was test fired
last September at Cape Canaveral, Fla. The Polaris Is a solid
propellant, guided missile, designed for a range of about 1500
nautical miles. The missile is acheduled for use aboard nuclear nuclear-powered
powered nuclear-powered submarines.

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CZ Girl Seaut Council
Holds F r$t Moeting
The Canal Zone Girl Scout Coun

ell belds its first meeting of the

year Monday at the Tlvou Hotel.
The entire membership of the

council was invited to attend this
meeting which included leaders

and assistant leaders, Troop Com

mittee members, Board of Direct

ors, and committee members.
Mrs. Stanley. Hamilton, presi president
dent president of the Canal Zone1 Girl Scout
Council presided over the meet

ing, which was opened by the
pledge of alliegance and the Ctrl

scout promise.

Mrs. Jeanette McKibbon. council

secretary, read the minutes of the
last meeting in October. Mrs. Be-

ba Slotkin, finance chairman
gave the financial report.
Other reports concerning Girl

Scouting were given by district

chairmen, Mrs. C. V. Torstenson,
Mrs. G. O. Parker and Mrs. Vir

ginia Whaler, and by international
friendship chairman, Mrs. Jeanne

Ferguson, employed personnel
chairman. Mrs. Peter Bolton and
camp, chairman, Mrs. Curtis
Coate.

Four senior Girl Scouts from the

Canal Zone were chosen to attend
the Senior Gilr Scout Roundup in
Colorado Springs, Colo, this sum

mer. Those chosen were Mary
Anne Bowen, Marvel Davidson,
Jane Shanard and Sydney Town-

send. The roundup, which occurs

every three years, is sponsored ny
the Girl Scouts of the USA and

some 9.000 Scouts and adults will

be in attendance from all over the

United States and its possessions

plus over 200 liiri bcouts ana uiri

Guides from other countries.

MrSi S. Frank Mason, chairman

of the membership-nominating

committee, presented a slate ot

officers and members at large to

the Council. Those elected to theJ

board were Mrs. C. V. Torsten

son. wesident: Mrs. Stanley

Hamilton, 1st vice-president; Mrs.

Bea French, treasurer: witn Mr.

Peter Bolton, Mr. Curtis Coats,
Mrs. William" Allen, Mrs. R. S.
Euoeri Mr. W. Geer. Mrs, Connie

Grosz, Mrs. Rosemary uaimer

and Mrs. Misosiav Moucna.

Other members of the board

who will continue the second year
of their term of office are: Mrs.
Jeanette McKibbon, Mrs. Reha

Slotkin, Mrs. Jeanne Ferguson,

Mrs. S, FranK Mason. Mra. torus

Coat,. Mrs. G. JR, Earket and Mrs
Virginia Whaler.

A discussion was held concern

ing the possibility of the Canal

Zone Girl Scout council Decom
ine a part of Region VI, which in

eludes Florida,- Georgia North
Carolina and South Carolina. A
the present time this counc'l is

part ot Kegion li including new
York, New Jersey Puerto Rico
and the Virgin Islands. The coun

cil voted to inquire as to the ex exchanging
changing exchanging of regions because all

felt that the southern region nas
more in common with the Canal

Zone climate and camping wise,

and it would be easier for volun volun-ters
ters volun-ters to attend Regional Conferenc Conferences
es Conferences and Training.

The meeting came to a climax

after Mrs. Hamilton presented
Mrs. Torstenson with the gavel

and, welcomed her as the, new Ca
nal Zone Girl Scout Council nrsi

dent, Mrs. Torstenson will assume

ner responsibilities immediately
Rev. R. L Goslaw
To Deliver Address
Al Special Service

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REV. ROBERT I. GOSLAW
Dedications services will be held
Sunday at 3 p.m. for the recently
remodeled church auditorium at
7019 Bolivar Highway, across
from the Mount Hope railroad
station according to the Rev.
Ralph L. Hysong.
Among the many who will pr pr-ticiDate
ticiDate pr-ticiDate in the service, will be the

Rev. Wendell Parker, Margarita

Baptist Church: the Rev. Regmal

Wheatly, representative of the
Atlantic Religious Workers' Fede Federation;
ration; Federation; the Rev. Elmer O. Nelson,

Churc of The Nazarene; the Rev

William Livingston, District Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent of Church of God and the

Rev. Webster, Margarets Ejplsco
pal Church.

The dedication address will be
delivered by the Rev. Robert I.

GoslaW. New York District Super

m.tendent for the Church of the
Nazarene. Mr. Marjorie Goslaw

will sing a lo.

Evening evangelistic service

will begin at 7:30 with the Rev

Goslaw bringing the message. He

has been holding servicer each
evening since Wednesday and will

continue till February 1. closing

the first revival effort in the Mount

Hope Church of the Nazarene.

SEIZE GAMECOCKS

POUND, Va. (UPI) Police
raided an $8,000 cinderblock arena

Saturday night, arresting 37 per

sons engaged in illegal gamecock
fighting and seizing 100 game

cocks, 15 of them dead.

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it
yourself

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top quality meat

makes the difference
When you feed your dog Ken-L-Ration, you are giv giving
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President's Housing

Program Inadequate,

Say Demo Senators

WASHINGTON. Jan 22 rtTPll

The Administration1! economy -lev

ed new housing program ran into

sun opposition today from Demo Democrats
crats Democrats bent on pushing their own

Droad proposals through Congress.
Norman P. Mason:' newlv-rnn.

firmed Administrator of the Hous

ing and Home Finance Agency
(HHFA), was scheduled to ad advance
vance advance the Administration's views
at today's opening of hearings by
the Senate Housine Subcommit

tee.

But Chairman John Sparkman
(D-Ala.) said in advance of the
session that he expects the Sen

ate to approve a bill along the

lines of one it passed last year

ana wmch ne has re-introduced.
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other things, would extend public
housing authorizations by up to
87,500 units. President Eisenhow Eisenhower
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that he did not want any new u u-nits
nits u-nits authorized.
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package, introduced in the Sen Senate
ate Senate yesterday, was assailed by
Sen. Joseph S. Clark (D-Pa.), as
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years. The Administration's would
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years.
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All plans for the installation of
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Yankees Snap Six-Game

Losing Streak

Umbricht's Six-Hitter

By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
The second-place Marlboro Smokers cursed their
luck today and wondered why the Carta Vieja Yan Yankees
kees Yankees selected last night to end A six-game losing
streak and edge them 2-1.
The loss dropped the pennant-ambitious Smok Smokers
ers Smokers to three-and-a-half gynes behind the league league-leading
leading league-leading Kings who play last place Cerveza Balboa tonight.

And the fact that the Kings were
going all-out for a win which would
increase their lead to four games,
was very much in evidence today.
Manager Lti ftdw named his
btst hurlar, lefty Dick Luabka,
who has already beaten tha Baar
men five times, to start against
young southpaw Anselmo Corree,
who has seen only limited relief
duty all season.
The bespectacled, studious-looking
Luebke is the wmningest pitch pitcher
er pitcher in the loop with a glittering 7-1
mark. Correa's record is 0-0.
Many thought Dick would have
been saved to oppose the Smokeri
and Humberto Robinson in tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night's big game.
Not since Jan. 6 when Lefty Bill
Ppout stopped the Kings 7-1 had
the Yankees won a game, and the
tailspin had dropped the strong
mid-season flag contenders to se seven
ven seven games off the pace.
Last night however, Jim Urn Urn-brieht,
brieht, Urn-brieht, who had not gained a
victory since Dec. 26 when he
blanked the Smokers 4-0 on three
hits for his third win twirled a
mat six-hitter In picking up his
fourth triumph against six los losses.
ses. losses. Bob Milo, who scattered ten hits
In the seven innings he worked,
dropped his third decision to make
his record 6-3. He gave up both
Yankee rung,
Wnmhsrto Robinson hurled the
eighth frame and allowed the last
safety of the contest, a double to
hu "cousin," pincnniner i wjy
Bartirome.
TTmhricht struck out four and
walked two. Milo and Robinson
each fanned one and walked one.
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The game, which only took one
hour and 56 minutes was the fast fastest
est fastest of the season.
The Yanks took a 1-0 lead in
the bottom of the first when seo
ond' baseman Pompeyo Davalillo,
leading off. singled to right for his
second hit since making his league
debut Jan. 14.
Billy Shantz was retired on a
pop foul to the catcher and Spider
Wilhelm popped to second, but
with Nat Fecples at bat, the pint
sized Venezuelan advanced to sec
ond on a passed ball and to third
on a wild pitch.
Peeples walked and Bill Kern's
single to center plated Davjiillo
before Milo made Tom Patton
fly to center to end the inning.
Singles by Marcos Cobos and
Bobby Prescott and a double by
Eddie Napoleon in the top of the
third pushed across what resulted
the only Smoker tally of the even
ing, and it was a tied-up game.
In the bottom of the same in inning
ning inning the Yankees took the lead for
good. Wilhelm bounced out to sec
ond and Peeples went down on
strikes for the second out. But
Kern got his second hit, a double
this time, and he scored on Pat Pat-ton's
ton's Pat-ton's single.
Doubleplays in the third, fifth.
eighth and ninth innings helped
Umbricht get out of jams.
The most spectacular, and im important
portant important however, came in the
ninth and it was turned m by
the slick-fielding Bartirome, who
made the three putouts of the
frame, unassisted.
Tony fielded a sharp roller off
the bat of Alonso Brathwaite and
steDDed on the bae for the first
Curt Hardaway walked and
tnef oangerous -jjiu ,Gapwr, who
was held hitless, smashed a wick wicked
ed wicked liner low behind the first base
bag where Bartirome was fielding
the lefty swinger almost on the
right field foul line.
Bartirome grabbed the liner
that was labeled extra base hit
all over, hobbled toward the sack
and slid into it before Hardaway
could get back in to complete the
twinkilling, and end the game
Bartirome ha dcome in the
game in the eighth to bat for Dave
Jacobs. Tony has been bothered
for several weeks now with a pull pulled
ed pulled leg muscle and it hurt so much
before the game that he asked
Shantz to allow him to sit the con contest
test contest out.
Whitey Schmidt, the regular
right fielder, took over at first
and Patton, a catcher, played
right field.
Shantz a:ked Tony to take his
place at first for defensive pur purposes
poses purposes in the ninth. The first sack sack-er
er sack-er obliged, and the move paid
off big.

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MARLBORO

AB R H PO A
Napoleon, rf. 4 0 10 0
Brathwaite, 2b. 3 0 0 2
Hardaway, 3b. 3 0 0 3 6
Gabler, lb. 4 0 0 10 0
Altman, If. 3 0 0 5 0
Bernard, ss. 3 0 114
Cobos, c. 3 12 3 0
Prescott, If. 3 0 10 0
Milo, p. 3 0 10 1
Mitchell 0 0 0 0 0
Robinson, p. 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 29 1 6 24 12

CARTA VIEJA
AB
4
4
4
3
4
4
0
3
1
3
4
H PO
2 3
Davalillo, 2b.
Shantz, c.
Wilhelm, ss.
Peeples, If.
Kern, cf.
Patton, rf.
Clark, 3b.
Jacobs,
Bartirome, lb.
Schmidt, lb-rf.
Umbricht, p.
Totals
34 2 11 27 10
Bartirome doubled for Jacobs in
8th.
Score by Innings
Marlboro 001 000 0001 8
Carta Vieja 101 000 0002 11
Summary: Runs batted in: Kern,
Napoleon, Patton. Earned runs: C.
Vieja 2, Marlboro 1. Two base hits:
Napoleon, Kern, Bartiromei Double
nlays: Umbricht, Wilhelm, Dava Davalillo;
lillo; Davalillo; Wilhelm. Davalillo, Schmidt;
Hardaway, Brathwaite, Gabler;
Jacobs, Davalillo, Schmidt; Bar Bartirome
tirome Bartirome unassisted. Wild pitch: Mi Milo.
lo. Milo. Passed ball: Cobos. Struck out
by: Milo 1, Robison 1, Umbricht
4. Base on balls off: Milo 1, Ro Robinson
binson Robinson 1, Umbricht 2. Balk: Milo.
Left on base: Carta Vieja 10, Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro 3. Pitchers record: Milo 3
runs, 10 hits in 7 innings. Winning
pitcher: Umbricht (4-6). Losing
Ditcher: Milo (6-3). Umpires: Wil Wil-lliams,
lliams, Wil-lliams, Corrigan, Miller. Attend Attendance:
ance: Attendance: 913. Time of game: 1:56.
Mike Hawthorn
Dies In Auto
Crash In London
LONDON, Jan. 22 (UPI)
World champion racing driver
Mike Hawthorn was killed on
London highway today, the Ro Royal
yal Royal Automobile Club announced.
The RAC said Hawthorn was
killed In a car smash on the
Guildford bypass, ust south of
London.
The veteran British racing car
driver won the world's driving
championship this year. At the
end of the racing season he an announced
nounced announced his retirement.
His Jaguar sports car was be believed
lieved believed to have been In a collision
with a truck. It turned a double
sommersault and Hawthcn is
belived to have been killed Im Immediately.
mediately. Immediately. He was a great driver of racing
ears. He won the coveted Grand
Prix auto racing title this year
by narrowly beating his country countryman
man countryman and friend. Sterling Moss.
Thus he had taken the title
away from the great Argentine
racer Juan Manuel Fangio, who
also retired for good this year
while he wat still alive.

Powell splay Alumni Tonight;
Cristobal Tigers In 7-5 Win

Balboa Brewings

By VICTOR M. CAREW
Carta Vieja Manager Bill Shantz
inserted Tom Patton and Dave
Jacobs in the lineup for Tony BaJ BaJ-tirome
tirome BaJ-tirome and Joe Clark last night
against Marlboro in an attempt to
find some long ball hitting.
It marked one of the rare occa
sions mat Barurome nai rumen
the bench, but the diminutive
firstsacker took over at first base
in the ninth frame and came up
with two good defensive plays" that
turned the tide in favor of the
Marlboro Smokers: Tony took ov over
er over at first in place of Whitey
Schmidt who returned to his regul regular
ar regular rightfield patrol and Clark was
sent to third to take over for Ja Jacobs.
cobs. Jacobs. Manager Shantz, undoubtedly,
was playing his best defense with
the meager 2-1 lead that his club
held over the Smokers. Tony made
a great stop of Alonso Brathwaite's
hot grounder for the first out, then
with Curtis Hardaway on first, he
came up vith a spectacular game-
ending doubleiplay unasssited when
Utn Gabler powered a line shot
directly over the initial cushion
that he grabbed and stepped on
the bag ahead of Hardaway who
was trying to get back.
What made the play spectacul
ar was the fac that Bartirome
a split second before had hur

Mantle Says Hell Never
Accept Pay Cut; Returns
1959 Contract Unsigned

NEW YORK, Jan. 22 (UPI)-A1
displeased Mickey Mantle flew in
with his unsigned contract from
Texas to New York today and
dropped it right in the middle of
general manager uoerge weiss
lap.
"Just say I'm dissatisfied, pe period,"
riod," period," growled the 27 -year old
home run king after announcing
that he has returned his unsigned
contract to the Yankees. "You
can add that I'll never take a pay
cut. I'm planning on a raise."
The size of the pay cut offered
Mantle, who earned an estimated
$75,000 last season, ranged from
a 'token cut"' of $3,000 to a huge
bite of $15,000. Weiss did not say
whether Mantle would be offered
a cut in his press conference Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday but he did say a few of the
world champions would be un unpleasantly
pleasantly unpleasantly surprised when they
saw their contracts.
Mantle's average in 195q fell of
to .304 compared to his .365 of 1957
but he led the league with 42 hom homers,
ers, homers, knocked i- 102 runs and can
argue he is the American
League's No. 1 drawing card both
at home and on the road.
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riedly vacated the bag where he
was holding Hardaway and re reversed
versed reversed himself to the outer' edge
of the infield and close to the foul
line in anticipation of Gabler's
drive. Few other firstbasemen
would have displayed that much
hustle as Tony on that play;
Both Jim Umbricht and Bob Mi Milo
lo Milo threw steady throughout their
setback as compared to six wins.
Bobby Prescott was inserted in

the Marlboro lineup after riding
the bench for a long time. He hit
the ball solidly in his trips to the
plate.
Tonight's game between the pennant-bound
Kingi and Cerveza Bal
boa will bring together the five
leading hitters of the league. They
are Hector Lopez, Pumpsie Green,
Les Peden, Ken Hunt and Clyde
Panns. The league s leading pitch pitcher
er pitcher will also be 'i action ss Rich
ard Luebke will be trying for his
eighth win of the season. The
young southpaw, Anselma Correa,
will be his opponent.
Luebke, although the leading win
and lost percentage pitcher, pos possesses
sesses possesses a none too impressive 3.36
earned run average;, He is pre preceded
ceded preceded by five others in this depart department,
ment, department, including Humberto Robin Robinson
son Robinson who is the leader with a neat
2.22 average.- Bud Black, Georges
Maranda, John Anderson and Mi Milo
lo Milo are the others ahead of Luebke.
It is still too eaily to tell wheth whether
er whether Mantle and Weiss are about to
carry on one of those old-time dis disputes
putes disputes in the tradition of Babe
Kutn and bd Barrow, but it is
possible that they are as much as
$27,000 apart at present. Until re
cently it was believed Mantle was
hoping for a $15,000 raise to $90,
000. .
The Yankees always have a lit little
tle little difficulty signing their high high-priced
priced high-priced perennial champions but
they haven't had a real "pae "pae-oner"
oner" "pae-oner" since 1937 when J,oe Dimag Dimag-gio
gio Dimag-gio held out until the closing weeks
of spring training.
From a tactical point of view;
offering Mantle a slice is a double double-edged
edged double-edged sword. The Yankees obvi obviously
ously obviously would again the upper hand
with every other player on the
club if they can get Mickey to a a-gree
gree a-gree to a cut. On the other hand,
it is likely that many other Yan
kee stars will not come to te-m
until they have a fair idea bow
Mantle fared.
The Yankees, meanwhile, an
nounced that thev have nurchss.
ed the stock of the Richmond Vir Virginians
ginians Virginians in the International Leagu Leagu-and
and Leagu-and said they have taken over o o-peration
peration o-peration of the club "in its entire
ty." It marks the first time the
Yankees have owned a triple-A
team since 1954 when they sold
their Kansas City franchise to the
Atnietics.
On other fronts:
The Cleveland Indians an
nounced the signing of out-fielder
Larry Doby and rookies Dale Ben
netch and Ray Webster. Dobv,
who suffered a leg injury in soring
training, hit .283 in 89 games last
season. Bennetch, an outfielder,
hit .282 at Williamsport and Web Webster,
ster, Webster, a shortstop, hit .244 for Sa Sacramento.
cramento. Sacramento. Catcher Sherman Lollar and
two rookies brought the Chicago
White Sox' contented list to seven.
Lollar, who hit .273 in 127 games,
received a 20 per cent boost, ac according
cording according to a White Sox spokesman.
The other signees were pitcher
Claude Raymond and outfielder
Jim McAnany.
Pitcher Milt Pappas, a 19-year
who had a 10-10 record last sea season,
son, season, signed with the Baltimore
Orioles. Pappas struck out 72 bat batters
ters batters in 135 innings and had a 4.05
earned run -average.
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STANDINGS

Atlantic Twilight Baseball
Teams
W L Pet.
Pdwelli
Cristobal Hixh
0 1.000
.666
.333
.000
Bells
Alumni
TUESDAY'S ESULTS
Cristobal High 7 CHS-Alumni 5
TONIGHT'S CAME (Thursday)
Powells vs CHS-Alumni
By TREVOR SIMONS
Despite a combined total of 11
errors, s new high for 1959, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High and the Alumni locked
in a tight batth. with the Tigers
winning put, 7 to 5 snd moving in into
to into sole possession of second place
in the first half of the Atlantic
Twilight Loop.
John Waisio, making his second
start of the season, took credit for
his first 1959 win. Wainio allowed
seven hits and struck out six bat batters.
ters. batters. Though usually not -noted as
a "control" pitcher. Wainio set settled
tled settled down after walking the first
two batters in the first inning and
allowed a game tdtal of only four
free passes. Corky Karpinski went
the distance far the losing Alum Alumni
ni Alumni nine and was picked for 9 hits
white striking out six.
The Alumni jurjiped into an ear early
ly early lead in, the top of the first. Af After
ter After the two first batters had walk walked,
ed, walked, Dave Mann Used a double to
left to score both runne'S, but was
thrown out trying to reach third.
But the lead was short-lived. With
one away, Humphrey, Kulig and
Cotton got to Karpinski for three
successive. singles, and when Al Alumni
umni Alumni left-fielder, Irving let Cot Cotton's
ton's Cotton's single go through him and
roll all the way to the fence all
.three, runners scored for a lead
j the Tigers never relinquished.
Cristobal added another three in
the second f ram- on a pair of hits,
one a two base last by Larry
Wilder. The Alumni tried to catch
up with a big three-hit three-run
fifth frame, but that was their
last serioua threat as Wainio set set-led
led set-led down to easily coast through
the final three frames, and victo victory,
ry, victory, while his team-mates added an
insurance run in the bottom of the
fifth. Keith Kulig and Marty Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez each had a pair of hits for
the Tigers, while the Alumni's 7
hit attack was paced by Castillo
and Leon, each with two.
Powells vs Alumni
Second Tim Tonight
The Atlantic Twilight League
moves into the second round of
the first half tonight at Mount
Hope Stadium. Powells and CHS-
Alumni, the two teams that open opened
ed opened the season with thrilling 4 to
3 contest, rill meet once again at
7 o'clock.
Powell's ace, Noel;Gibson (1-0)
will face the Alumni; but last
yer winningest pitcher will prob probably
ably probably have to be tougher, against
the Alumni than he was when he
scored his Hrst win over Bells in
a free hitting c .test just two
weeks ago today.
Alumni's strong right hander,
Dave Mann, has been nursing a
sore leg since early in the season
and might not be available to try
and get the Alumni into the win
column. Charlie Hinz could draw
his first starting assignment of
1959 tonight at Mount Hope Stad Stadium.
ium. Stadium. The box score:

CHS-Alumni Ab Ab R H Po
Thiag, ss 3 113 0
Ames, c 2 10 5 2
Mann.D., cf 4 0 10 0
Castillo, It 1 0 2 5 0
Karpinski, p 4 110 3
Leon, 3b 3 12 11
Perez, 2b 2 10 0 1
Irving, If 2 0 0 1 0
Hinz, If 1 0 0 0 0
Detore, C, rf 3 0 0 2 1
Swalm, rf 0 0 0 1 0
Totals II I 7 II I
Cristobal High
Wilde', 2b-ss 4 112 3
Humphrey, lb 4 2 l 10 0
Kulig, ss. 2 12 0 5
Detore, G., lb 1 0 1 0
Cotton, c 2 115 1
Luti, If 11110
Tompkins, If 1 0 0 0 0
Bruce, rf 2 0 0 1 0
Will, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Vlnas, cf 2 10 0 1
Hernandez, 3b Sllli
Wainio, p 3 0 10 0
Totals 27 7 21 11

Score by
innings:
CHS-Alumni
2 0 0 3 0
0 0-5
Cristobal H. 3 3 0 0 1 0 x-7
MO
25c.
15c.
Spanish pictures!
EL CIRCO
with Cantinflas
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LE FUR LA
MANO
Martha Roth
Curtis
with

Editor: CONRADO

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PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE'

Teams K M CV CB W L
Kingt .........x 6 5 7 18 9
Marlboro 3 x 6 6 15 13
Carta Vija ....4 4 x 4 12 16
Cerveza Balboa 2 3 5 x 10 17
Totals ....913 16 17 55 r55

TONIGHT'S GAME
At Olympic Stadium: King (Luebke 7-1) v.
Cerveza Balboa (Correa O-O)
Came time: 7:30
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vieja 2, Marlboro 1

PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
Team Standings
APA 5 1
Spalding Dot 5 1
Minimax 4 2
Team No. ? 4 2
Tahiti Jewelry 2 4
Tasco Battery 2 4
Chart's Beauty Shop 2 4
Colonial Insurance 0 6
Spalding Dot 3
Colonial Insurance 0
This is the first white washing
job performed ly Spalding Dot in
the league and enabled them to
the APA for the second half lead.
The two new additions to Spald Spalding
ing Spalding Dot. Bill Jamison and Harry
Colbert led the Dots and for Co Colonial
lonial Colonial Insurance it was Bob (Po (Po-licia)
licia) (Po-licia) Toland and Betty Brown
that scored best.
Spalding 'Dot; Jamison 515; Nel Nelson
son Nelson 441; W. Riley 428; Colbert 563;
G. Riley 547.
Colonial" Insurance: Klumpp 419;
Thompson 326; Voss 474; Brown
441; Toland 536.
APA 2 Chart's Beauty Shop 1
"Ski" Prusinowski southpawed
APA to thek two point win over
Chart's Beauty Shop. The one
bright spot for the beaufitiers was
George Folger.
APA: Soysler 485; P. Best 344;
Mitchusson 428; Prusinowski 551;
E. Best 528.
Chart's Beauty Shop: A. .Roberts
477; B. Roberts 402; M. LaBeau
404; D. LaBeau 450; Folger." 507.
Minimax 3 Tahiti Jewelry 0
Billy Coffey bid adieu to the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Cosmopolitan Mixed League
by leading Minimax to a well well-earned
earned well-earned shut-out over Tahiti Jewel Jewelry:
ry: Jewelry: Lai Gunn chipped in with con
siderable help. For Tahiti jewel
ry it was Marge Roberts and Ed
Kunkel that shone the brightest.
Minimax: T. Schmidt 498; Gunn
478; Thompson 484; R. Chmidt
420; Cofey 544.
Tahiti Jewelry : Minor 495; Ro Roberts
berts Roberts 508; Barbour 412; Blind 423;
Kunkel 552.
Team No. 2 Tasco Battery 1
Tasco Battery, first half winners
seemed to have stalled as Team
No. 2 knocked them off for two
points. Pepe Damian with 622 led
Tasco Battery while MacLane ed edged
ged edged Pepe by one pin (623) to oe
high man for the night. In the
second game, Pepe Damian rolled
258 to become he holder of the
high individual eame for the leaue
Also helping Lane was Eleanor
Borgis while Tielma Lowande
scored 189 in her third game when
Team No. 2 nosed out Tasco Bat
tery by 6 pins.
Team No. 2: T. Albritton 537:
Borgis 481; M. Albritton 371; Dube
4f; Lane 623.
Tasco Battery; Balcer 563; Lang
jwi; i. ix)wnae 418; JS. Lowande
466; Damian 622.
Don t forset to eet vour entrv
in for the annual city tournament
io sbe held March 714 at the Dia-
oio Service Center Alleys. See your
league secretary for all necessarv
imormaiion.
Woman World In Bowling
COFFE and DONUT LEAGUE
Teams
Beauties
Gutter Gals
Broadsides
Lucky Dreamers
Won Lost

40 28
38 29
35 Si
34 H
32 35
31 37
31 37
30 38

Martians
Roses
Alley Cats
une Eye Open
BEATIES 3, THE ROSES 1
The Beauties went out and
plucked the Roses for three points
and retained the top perch in the
league. The Beauties started off
in fine fashion, but the Roses perk
ed up in the Second game and
took their solo marker. In the
finale the Beauties ran away, and
with it took the Total Pins. Only

'one gal broke into the 5C circle

SARGEANT

Pet.
.667
.536,
.370"
OB;
3,
8
ES
and it was Alice Byers with a 556.
Wally Morgan was high on the
totem for the Roses with a 493 1
handicap.
GUTTER GALS 4, BROADSIDES 9 r
The Gutter -Gals tinei T8if':ff
league leading Beauties and now
trail by only two points.- In their
final climb to second place they
ousted the team they were bowl bowling,
ing, bowling, the Broadsides, from the sec
ond spot; The match was a rip
snorter, and each team had four
bowlerttes each in 'the 500 han. I
dicap society. The 19-pin hahdieap
we uuuer tiais received came in
mighty handy in the middle ayme
because they won it by 16 sucks.
The honor roll for "the winning-
Gutter Galsf Nellte Watt 569, Bea
Ballard 536, Leone Steckler 580
and Kay Calbot 540. For the Broad- -:
sides, Betty McCloud 530, Jean
Rrsi4 SC Mtk.1 T..1I. KfW --J

Shirley. Va Osdel 502;:.- ,? ; : i
-n .. r 1

MARTIANS 3, LUCKY
DREAMERS 1
The Lucky Dreamers ran Into -one
tough martian maiden by the ;
name of Thelma Guibert and had
their coffee, donut and bowling
morning session mined; Maiden
Guibert was meek in -the first

game, and the. Dreamers ; got a
point Martian Guibert got hot in
the next round and smacked a ;
nifty 184 game and followed it
with a 162 for a 481. scratch snd
with her hdep a big 60l series. As Assisting
sisting Assisting Maiden Guibert. were two 1
other madams, Beverly .Jackson
with a 520 hdep and Chariot1 Dod- .';
son with a 541 hdep. For4he un un-Lucky
Lucky un-Lucky Dreamers Lois Wells hit
500, Jean French and Ann Hill 507.
ALLEY CATS 4, ONE
EYE OPEN LV
It was banner morn. for the for-
mer occupants of the cella. when
the Alley Cats-, shoved .their op opponents,
ponents, opponents, One Eye Open, into a disr
mal surroundings ot last piace. ny
sweeping all four points. The Alley
Cats' handicap of 15 pins was a big
help because it accounted for t-o
of the four credits. They won the
opener by 11 the finale by 10.
The outstanding performers in
the ranks of the Female Felines
were Mary Lund with a 528 hdep.

Muriel Wilson with a 558, ana f
Dolores Taylor 519 both hdep. For

the One Eye Open Ladles, Louise

Broadhurst and Nancy Moway
carried the brunt of the scoring 1
labor, with 521 and 538 hdep.
Cemenfo Panama -To
Snonsor Golfer :
In Panama One.n :
Cemento Panama, S. Av wfiT
sponsor on( of the player coining r
for the Panama's Open Golf Tour- ,4

nament scneauie to snn
29 to February 1st. at the Panama
Golf Club.
The player is Don January,
winner of the Houston Texas Open
Tournament, who has also parti participated
cipated participated in more than 40 tourna tourna-ment
ment tourna-ment throughout the U.S. and the
Caribben countries.
January was second also in the
Tucsort (Arizona) Open; Second in
the Greesberg (Kentucky) Open;
. .... l T n niinFV
third in the Arlington (Virginia)
Open; .and he. was Seven in the
P.G.A.' Open Tournament.
January will arrive with the
group of P.G.A gol'ers coming to
participate in the Panama Open
around January 25.
TODAY ENCANTO .25 -151
WAUUU! SU3.UQ t
John Payne in
"TENNESSEE'S PARTNER"
Dale Robertson in a'
"SON OF SINBAD

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v.
"f

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ItTCBSDAT J ANT ART tt, 195
TBI FANAMA AMCRICAN AH INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPF"
f AGE SEVEN
-Year Finst erwald To Arrive Sunday

I' By TED WILBBR
If you want to know what ii

By OSCAR FRALiEY

NEW YORK (UPD-Only some

"utterly fantastic oner cuum in induce
duce induce Adolph Rupp, college basket basketball's
ball's basketball's winningest coach, to leave
the .Kentucky Wildcat.
tn,.'. .v,.t "th man ID tne

brown suit" said today when
asked about the various liters
and feelers from professional

duns reporcemy ?
him as he" approaches hiB 600th

At 57, the baron of the round

ball witt have ms magic ow
bis Wildcats the nations top top-ranked
ranked top-ranked team register two more
victories, possibly against Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech next Monday and Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, the following Thursday. Ihey
have won 14 of their last 15
games. ...
v "They've amazed me tint sea sea-ion,"
ion," sea-ion," said the tutor of tall toss toss-ers,
ers, toss-ers, who has the highest long long-itretcb
itretcb long-itretcb winning average in hard hardwood
wood hardwood coaching history. When he
atarted the turrent season, his 584
wins and 103 losses gave him an
.850 for his 28 years as keeper
of the Cats.

Go All Out

"I didn't expect much from this
sophomore team," he explained,
"and neither did anyone else. But
the youngsters eame through in a
big way-BM Lickert, Dick Par Par-Sons,
Sons, Par-Sons, Ned Jennings, Bobby Slush Slush-er,
er, Slush-er, and, of eourse, Sid Cohen, a
junior- college transfer. And they

're drawing big crowds every everywhere.!'
where.!' everywhere.!' Over the phone from Lexington,

Rupp said, "Is it any wondtr that

l m nappy nere? These noys, liKe
many others I've coached, go all
out to win because of the nublic
interest here in their success and
because of their personal pride.

You know, 87 per cent of the boys

I ve coached since I ve been nere

were' native Kenliekians. It

makes a big difference."

He said some reports of the of offers
fers offers and feelers to have him de desert
sert desert the college game aud become
coach of this or that professional
team were true.
Happy With Kentucky
"But I never considered any of
them," he continued, "because

I'm so happy here not only with
the university but also with my

four farms in the neighborhood."

He said he didn t expect to
leave Kentucky until he is au

tomatically retired at the age of

75. By that time he may nave
exceeded the highest victory total
ever recorded by the National
Collegiate Athletic Bureau- the
729 victories of Phog Allen; now
retired. Allen had 209 losses.
Allen's teams rolled out that to

tal during his 43 yean with Kan

sas, Baker, Haskell and central
Missouri State. Incidentally, Rupp
was a player under Allen at Kan Kansas,
sas, Kansas, where Phog coached 36
years.

feelslikt io win over $35,000

caj yiMjuif nju, as& toe UlUB
eilow by the name of Dow Fin Fin-sterwald,
sterwald, Fin-sterwald, who will arrive at Tocu Tocu-nen
nen Tocu-nen Airport Sunday night at 11
t.m.
Jow Finsterwald, 29 years of
age, the youngest golfer ever to
De named rGA froxessional Golf Golfer
er Golfer of The Year: tne 1958 Profes Professional
sional Professional Goif Association Champion,
tops in the Ryder Cup Point stand
mga with a total or 680 points,
lops in the TTT Point standing's
with 1130.00, and second in uie
1958 Vardon Trophy standings with
an average or 70.18 strokes pe;
round in 131 rounds of golf, total totalling
ling totalling 9,194 strokes, is the star of
attraction of 14 1959 Panama In Invitational
vitational Invitational Open Champion to be
played at the Panama Golf Club
starting Thursday, January 29.
and will be sponsored in the Open
bJ G1,-F- Novey' lDC- -nd the
Maiml Window Corp of Panama,

by

JOE WILLIAMS

1

It was no secret to intimates that
CoL EarUhed) Blaitwas not W:
rically happy at West Point lie
and the Aoademy head, U. Gem
Gar Davidson, did. not P
fcye on certain- phases of the foot foot-ball
ball foot-ball program, f including the
schedule.'
wniirht. suddenly- and sur

prisingly, Blaikxwltsiwavyits.

yet to go on a lucrative contract,
resigned. Had the situation inal inal-lv
lv inal-lv become intolerable? Had three
been a show-down, with the Gen General
eral General unyielding, Blaik, who serv serv-d
d serv-d both at athletic director "d
v.rsity coach, lnvj
haps, angrily, tak-ng t wlkt
the weakness In this plausibly
attractive hypothesis W-:
that Blaik never does anything im impulsively;
pulsively; impulsively; rarely ; If ever, suc succumbs
cumbs succumbs to anger. Actually there
was no climax no, scene. Two seU seU-tdmltted1
tdmltted1 seU-tdmltted1 factors promipted him to
aet when, and as he did. His age,
62. bis health on the whole good,
yet periodically impaired by virus
infection,
A third facotr, his conviction
that current football policies are
inimical to the Academy' 1 best in interests,
terests, interests, Was admitted in answer to
direct question, and then con convincingly
vincingly convincingly rejected as having had
no inmnvediate bearing on his de decision.
cision. decision. After alt he had been liv living
ing living with them for some time,
hadn't he?
The Academy has always been
.ln t Rlaik'i heart and always

will be. You'll meet few finer

men, no finer American. His re resignation
signation resignation as a young officer in the
'20's was in fierce protest against
a wave of oacifisn. which-engulf

ed Washington, and on the grounds
of economy, stripped the military
to skeletal impotency. To him this

vat at once a disservice to the na nation
tion nation and an affront to the dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated soldier.
But the Ohio-born gentleman
was to come back to the Plain,
not once but twice, and on the se second
cond second trip he designed and imple

mented a program which soon lift lifted
ed lifted Army football from the shab

biest state it -had even known o

the most glorious success in the

Long Gray Line's history.

rne core 01 n- t program was

that good athletes make good of
ficers, a philosophy lustily second
ed by the then Academy head. CoL

Bob Eichenlberger, later to serve
with valor and distinction in the

Pacific theater.
. Invariably Undermanned.

JLtsietic ralues are subject to
ft whims of superintendents who
" eome and go and for some years
now the Academy, to a species

which finds a spirited halfback no

mofe desirable in this respect, has
been running to egg-headism, or,
anyway, than a ptpsquak piccolo
player.:
However admirable this may be
In general practice, there is res res-son
son res-son to doubt it fulfills the ideal in
schools primarily devoted to the

development of military leader

ship. Blsik's teams., especially

under Davidson were invariably
utder-manned, luet to restraints
on material, where Army's major

opponents brought in 40 to 0 foot football
ball football prospects, each season, Blaik
was restricted to 18-86. That Blalk
won more than his share in the
face of such disparities is the high highest
est highest ossible tribute to his superior
ability.:.; vw '-c 'iv 1 i
When it eame to material Blaik
vas no different' from the verage
coach. The morj he had the easier
his task, the greater his chances
of success, ike all normal hu

mans, he, is not without vanity.

and no coach sipped tne cup 01

victory with greater itlUh.

put jranscenunig au cise, al

ways, was the proud prestige 01
Wegt Point, and just as he rebel rebelled
led rebelled at reckless Washington disar

mament earlier in life, he resen
td any move that might compro

mise the heroic' symbolism of the

Acaaemy. Ana Decause uus was

haippening he started to feel bid at

6w, and the sniffles became some something
thing something a fellow had to be mighty

carefully of.

Dale Hall His Man.
It was illustrative of the man's

character that he would be con

cerned about the reaction in sDorts

circles to the unfinished contract

."I hope it is clearly unders

tood that I am givine Ud coachinii

for good, that I am not moving

urom one scnooi 10 another.

Besides. I fell I am not Int.

ting the Academy down. The staff
which remains is excellent and.

considering its size, so is the
squad. In fact, the team figures
to be up to a par at least with
last year's which was one of omr
best

Our old friend said: no. h

hadn't been asked to suggest a
successor ana then added that "if

anybody happens to be interested"

it would be Dale Hall, his assist

ant for the past several years.

a real good man," emphasized

the graying Red Head

they say it takes one
one.

to

.Well,

know

CUNCLUB
NOTES

The first monthly NRA approv approved
ed approved pistol match of 1959 was fired
at the Balboa Gun Club range
near Farfan Beach Sunday Jan. 18
There was a good turn-out of
shooters and scores were high Con Considering
sidering Considering the heavy gusts of wind
that swept across the range mak making
ing making the holding of a pistol at arms

length steaay on a target a near

impossibility.
Match winner was navy chief
gunner's mate McKee of Rodman
Naval Station with an 831 x 900.
1st expect, C. L. Mcllvaine
791. 1st sharpshooter, Sgt. P. Nua Nua-oes,
oes, Nua-oes, U.S. Airforce, Albrook 772.

1st marksman, Ens. M. J. Fetzer,

US. Navy, Rodman Naval sta
tion 713; 2nd marksman, J. K
Beyers-697,
In the individual matches mak

ing up the match aggregate
Match No. 1, 22 cal. National
Match Course, winner, McKee
288x300; 1st expert,. P.S. Stewart,
Canal ZZone Police 276: 2nd ex

pert, F. E. Wells. Secretary of

Balboa Gun Club 272; 1st sharp sharpshooter,
shooter, sharpshooter, Sp. 3 J. A. Trudell, U. S.
Army Ft. Kobbe 283; 1st marks marksman,
man, marksman, Chief W. J. Mohr. U.S Navy,

Rodman; Naval Station 266, 2nd

marksman, Sgt. E. Menk, U.

rmy, m. uayton 253.
Match No. 2, center-fire National
Match Course, winner McKee 275
1st' expert,. P-S.tStewarW267; 1st
sharpshooter, P. Nuanes 263 1st
marksman, J.R. Beyers-256;, 2nd
marksman, M.J. Fetzer 235.
Match No. 3, 43 cal. National
Match Course, winner, McKee
268; 1st expert, F.E, Wells 2til;
1st sharpshooter, f. Nuanesr-236;
1st marksman, M.J. Fetzer 226:
2nd marksman, J.Rv Beyers 221
The next NRA approved match
will be the .11 cal. pistol Club
Championship fired the third Sun Sunday
day Sunday of February.

DOW FINSTERWALD
This little 5'9" golfer has captur captured
ed captured almost every award that can
be made to a golfer in one year.
Returning to make his second at attempt
tempt attempt on the Panama Open and
Seagram's Cup Awards, Dow not
only is a winntvon the golf cours
but is also a winner Jin the popu popularity
larity popularity department A rare combi combination
nation combination of ability, intelligence, per personality
sonality personality and temperament make
him the perfect tournament play player.
er. player. :

Kno,wn. ';throu'gWirtthe--.Uflited
'States ,as "Mr. Cosnistency" 'be

cause of. finishing in second place
in 17 tournaments in 30 months
terwab is also nationally fa famous
mous famous for having ben fin the mo money'
ney' money' in 72 consecutive, touirna touirna-menns.
menns. touirna-menns. PGA'ers think that his
win in the 1958 PGA Champion Championship'
ship' Championship' may make a more consistent
winner out of him.
Roaring down the stretch in the
1958 tourneys, he copped the Utah

Open with scores of 69:65-67-66-267
to nose out hia buddy, Arnold
Plamer, and the 64-hole leader,
Fred Hwakins. He knocked down
the $2,000 jackpot casually, but it
vas a dramatic finish down to the

last putt.

Dow limshed in 3rd place in the

1958 Panama Invitational Open
Champion with a total score of

273, just two strokes off Champion
Bob Watson'i 271. Finsterwald's
scores for the four days were 71-67-71-64,
his last score being the
lowest 18-hole score made in the

tournament, but going unnoticed

in the tremendous spectator inter interest
est interest given Watson's record-scorlns

The 64 shot bv Dow on th final

aay was made with a 33-31. and

included l eaglo, 6 birds,, and 11

pars. That, for the record, is not

only terrify golf, but also locally
accords him th name of "Mr.
Consistency" for the Panama
Course. His complete record for

aie four days play was: l eagle;
16 birds; 50 pars nd 5 bogeys.
Not bad at all for his second time
around.
Strangely enough, Finsterwald
says his game ig not top flight.
My style of play is based on an
honest appraisal of my abilities,"
t,W- think 1 knw these
abilities well. I feel that I'm only
a fair player, and by no means
great one. I want to win in th

worst way but I'm convinced that
my high finishes are the result uf
conjervative play. I doubt that
I d have won more tourna tournaments
ments tournaments had I pfcyed boldlyi"
"For example." he continued,
' I somedmes hit a spoon off the
tee instead of a driver, when I
want to book. On. iron shots, I hit
for the green in s such a manner
as to leave a little margin Jor er-r-
Actually, I find the straight
ball the most difficult to bit."
Dow's, conservatism is also a
part of his personal charm. Not
given to loudness or boisterous boisterous-tiess,
tiess, boisterous-tiess, he leaves a clean, plesant
impression on the spectator as he
walks around the course taking his
time studying fae lay pf the fair fairway
way fairway or .green. $ . ;

He terms himself I 'defensive
golfer'. By this he : means that
Le's a percentage player, not a
gambler. He usually goes for the
middle of the green' instead of the
pin. He believes this has caused
Lim to finish 'in the money1 more
consistently. ; ;
He actually' insists that he
Scrambles too much to be consi considered
dered considered a topnotch golfer. When you
consider that hi won more than
$40,000 in joth 1st. and 1957, and
more than 3,000 in both 1957 and
1958, as well as being .good enough
to be named the winner of the
Vardon Trophy in 1957"

1 ' 4 f r y

PACIFIC LITTLI HAGUE

Team
Lincoln Life
Gibraltar Life
Elks 1414
Spur Cola
Seymour Agency
Police

W L Pet.

3 1.000

.800
.500
.410
.150
.000

LUCKY FOR LUTHER Number 13 proved the right num number
ber number for Don Luther in the Michigan Ski Meet at Mount Holly.
As the 12-year-old Luther was speeding to first place in Open
Class C for boys, he slipped and fell just as timer in the fore foreground
ground foreground was about to stop his watch. Recovering quickly, the
Rochester, Mich., lad gained victcry by eight-tenths of -a second.

Pacific Softball League

Standings
Abernathy Unisport

Pan Liquido

jantzen
Ambassador
Mariners

W L Pet,

0 1.000
1 .750
2 .500
4 .200
3 000

Next Games
Thur.. Jantzen vs Abernathy Un Unisport
isport Unisport Fit Pan Liquido vs Mariners
Mon. Jantzen vs Ambassadors
Tues; Mariners vs Abernathy
Unisport
Wed. Ambassadors vs Pan Li

quido.

AMBASSADORS ENTER WIN
COLUMN

Albrook' s Ambassadors (ralph

Herrera. manager) battled, with
Navys 'Mariners Monday to win

a hard fought ball-game 7-e in tne
lea bus's first extra inning contest.

This was also the Ambassadors

first win this season.

The goodwill team pitching sta
of Ed Spivey and Everett worked
against Navy's McGowan and Hob
bie for eight innings. McGown
didn't last one complete inning as
Hobbie tried heartfully to give
the Mariners a victory. Fielding

sumiort broke the Navy s chances

Everett, relieving in the fourth,
was allowed the win as Hobbie,
after ptiching eight good innings,

was charged with his second at
feat.

With many exciting moments
after the score became tied in the

fifth and seventh, Navy's center
fielder, Gagne; homered in the se
venth for a one-run lead.

The winning tally in the eightp
came as Hobbie walked Rodri

guez and Everett, an infield out

then Hardy s sacrifice Iiy to rtgnt

scoring Rodriguez.
The Mariners outhit the Ambas
sadors 6 to 4.
The linescore:

Mariners 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 06 6 5
Ambas. 2 10 10 111-744

Pan Liquido
McArthur
Kosik
Ostrea
Nesbitt
Lane
Carlin, Bob
Giavelli
McGlade
Morales
Carlin, Bill
Loubough

Ab R H
3 1 1

0 1
1 0

0 0
1 0

1 0 0

2 1 1
2 2 1
25 11 10

STANDING OF TEAMS
Teams W L Pet.

Ocelots :
Macaws
Periees
Pumas
Corwjes
Palomas

.750

.750

1 .750

.500
.200

.20"

TODAY'S GAME
Macaws (Fortune 3-1) vs Ocelots
(Bettis 2-1).

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pumas 203 40211 8 5
Conejos 602 0109 7 4
Batteries:
Dilfer, Freinheim 1, Dilfer ?
and Potter; George Hovan, Bobby
Brandon 4 and Jimmy Dykes. L.
Hare 4. W.: Dilfer. L.: Brandon.
Home runs: Bateman 2, Dilfer.
Leading Hitters: Corrigan 2-1,
Bateman 2-2, Dilfer 3-3, Dempsev
1-1, Potter 2-1, Corrigan 3-1 (.Pu
mas); Linfors 4-2, R. Brandon 4 2,
Bowman 3-2, G. Hovan 4-1 (Cone
jos), RBI: Bateman 4.

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PAN LIQUIDO WINS AGAIN
Sam Catlett's Pan Pan Liquido
dropping a thrilling 5-tp-4 gime
against league leading Abernattiy
Unisport, keeps gaining on the
leaders. Their last was an 11-to 1
on the Mariners.
Red Loubough won his second
game his season Hobbie was the
losing pitcher.
Six runs in the fourth, inning
gave the Beer men a substantial
lead as the Pan Liquido fielders
backed Loubough to the end. The
only n given Dy Loubough was
unearned in the fourth inning. He

has allowed only five hits in two

games. The Manners had four a
.gainst the Beermen..

A two run homer by ous Kosik
to deep left field in the sixth sup

ported the Beermen to victory. Too
Ostrea had three in four for the

winners.

The boxscore:
Mariners
Gagne
Whitey
Scala
Stokes
Moore
Hobbie
Mungin
Kelly
Skandamis

Ab R

4
3
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
25

1 0

0 0

Bateman (Pumas)9 7 12 4
French W. (O) 8 6 8 2
Marcum (Pcos) 10 6 4 0

Priester (Mws) 955
Bettis (D) 8 4 2
Rudy D. (O) 11 5 6
Fortune (Mws) 11 5 4

Potter (Pumas) 12 $ 2

.778

.750
.000

.5.-6

.500
.455

.455
.417

Gibraltar Life 10 Spur Cola 2
Spur Cola jumped to an early
lead when in the first inning they
pounced on the offerings of Dick
Ebden and scored two runs on
two hits.
In the second frame, Spur Cola
after two outs collected two more
bineles. but could not score. In

G braltar's part of the inning, I he he-Lifers
Lifers he-Lifers sent eleven men to bat, col collected
lected collected five hits, scored five runs
and left three stranded. The vic victim
tim victim of this onslaught was Bob M:
kulich.

The Gibraltars added three

more tallies in the fourth and two

in the fifth, while after the first

inning Dick Ebdon kept the Spur
Cola Softdrinkers in check.

The victory put Gibraltar into a

tie with Lincoln Life in the win

column, but they have lost one
game while the Lifers have a clean
slate.
Danny Hele and Bobby Miku Miku-lich
lich Miku-lich found the offerings of Ebdon
to their liking because both had
two safe bingles a piece. For tne
winning Gibraltars, Gene Herman
ny collected three out of four,
while the winning pitcher had two

and his battery mate Craig Haili-

day also came up with two safe

DIOWS.

tense waiting to see what he was,
going to do.
There was not much of a wait
because on Jhe first pitch Hollz Hollz-claw
claw Hollz-claw lined a double into deep ceii-1
ter knDcking in the winning run.
However, Pan Am J2ts under she I
stupendous slugging by Aviliaxept1

Night Swimming
Begins Next Monday
At Coco Solo Pool

Night swimming at the Coco

! Sole tw mm-ing poo'r will of

ficially start on Monday night,
January 26, and will be open
very Monday and Wdr.sday
nights from then on. Th pool
will remain open or these two
days continously from 9:30 a.m.
to p.m.
Tht public is cordially invited
to make tho'tt two nights fami family
ly family n ghts and com out and rv rv-ioy
ioy rv-ioy yourselves.
Tht "Tiger's Dm" Snack Bar
located at tht pool will also re remain
main remain open for night swimmers.

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the Insurance Boys well in banc'.
If another inning had been starv
ed the score may have been a di
ferent story.

Pan Am Jets
Henderson, rf
Dean, cf
Avilia. If
Orr. ss
Randall, p
Monteath. lb
Mannix, 2b
Warren, 3b
Hollen, c
xO'Conner cf
xBuker. ss
xDe-la Gaza, p
xMellor,' 2b
Totals
Pan. Hsurneo
De la-Garza, c
Yocum, If
Gomez, lb

Epperson, ss
Holtzclaw, 3b
Steers, cf
Sellner, rf
Dilfer, p
Dehlinger, p
xRorir guez. If
xMcElhenny, cf
Totals

Ab
1
2
3
ll
1
3
0
0
2
0
0
1

0

It

13 17

2
0
3
1
4
0
3
2

0 1

I'
)

1 t

1 J

3

1

13 18 It

Spur Cola
Hele, cf
Zelnick, 2b

McCullough, 3b
Mikiilich, p
Hoenke, lb
Horsley, c
Robertson, ss
Findanque, If
De la Pena, If
Mabel, rf

Ab R H

1
1
0
0
0
0

0 0
0 0

1 0 0
10 0

Gibraltar Life
Boughner, rf
Ebdon, p

Thompson, lb

Hermanny, cf
Hunt, ss
Rathgaber. 2b

T. Hermanny. 2b

Lawyer, 3b
McGraw, If
Yocum, If
Halliday, c

0' 0
2 2

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

0 0

PACIFIC MINOR
BASEBALL LEAGUE
Panama Insurance Edges
Pan Am Jet

By JOE REYNOLDS
No one could ask for a closer
game than the one played today.
It took' the outstanding slugging by
Holtzclaw to decide the final win
ner.
Holtzclaw's first time to the plate
he smashed a triple into rightfieid
cleaning the bases that were load
ed. His next trip up he found the
bases loaded again and proceeded
to send the ball sailing out of uie
park. Entering the batters box a
gain, he sents the ball sailing for
an "inside-the-park" home run.
However, it was not until Holtz Holtzclaw's
claw's Holtzclaw's last time at bat that he
really proved himself a hero. With'
two outs in the bottom of tbe last
inning and the score tied 17 nil
Holtzclaw came to bat with a man
on second. The whole crowd was

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The Pumas defeated the Cone

jos yesterday 11 to 9 in a game

full of hits and errors.

Joe Bateman, of the Pumas,

took the leadership in the Fastlich

League s batting and runs-batled

in roster after hammering out two
homers and pushing four runs

across the plate. His hatting
average now is .778 and he has
12 runs to his credit. He is tied
with Douglas Priester of the Mo Mo-caws,
caws, Mo-caws, for homerun honors, with
four apiece.
The game's fielding gem was
provided by Linfors, the Conejos'
second baseman, when he snared
Freinhelm's hard line drive for
an unassisted double play.
Dilfer was the winning pitcher
and the loss was charged to Bran Brandon
don Brandon who replaced Hovan in the
fourth.

GRUMMAN GETS CONTRACT
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Navy announced the award of a
22 million doll contract for the
S2F3 anti-submarine airplane to
Grumman Aircraft Engineering
Corp. An initia' $11,600,000 order
went to Grumman last May.

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Fostar cottages, between SnH
Clan and Rio Hato. New low
Mte. Phone Balboa 2830.
PHILLIPS Oceamide Cottages
Santa Clara R. da P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Blare Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gam boa 302.
Houses
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
furnished house, February and
March. Phone 83-B. Colon.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom house with
private bathroom, livinflroom,
diningroom, private office, two
porches, maid's quarters, two
garages. Located in front of the
El Panama Hotel, Campo Alegre.
For details, call Do Latorre 3 3-7206.
7206. 3-7206. Rooms
FOR RENT: Room to gentle gentleman
man gentleman alone, furnished or unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. 13-74 Central. Phone
2-0559.
Miscellaneous
1 FOR RENTt Large combined
' wood working and machine shop,
1 reasonable, excellent
location.
Telephone
2121.
businesa
hours 2-
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial space
or for office, recently built build build-'
' build-' ing with private parking apace.
' Marianela Building. Juste Arose Arose-i
i Arose-i men Avenue. Call 2155 dur
-
Gelt. Couffs Meets
Wile, 3 Children
On Arrival in Zone
-i Tho fainnv nt 'Rriff. Cen. James
W Coutts, Caribbean Command
iief of Staff, arrived in the Canal
Zone this week from Puerto Rico,
mhr th ceneral commanded the
Antilles Command, U. S. Army,
Caribbean, prior to his assignment
to Quarry Heights,
Mrs. Mary Wickham Coutts and
their three youngsters Kathleen,
16. Mary Malloch, 12, and James
Allan 12 wern erected by the ge
neral' when they arrived aboard
the USNS Biggins at Cristobal Sa
turday,
Mrs. Coutts and the youngsteTS
had remained in Puerto Rico until
the completion of the school se
mester in order to avoid interrup interruption
tion interruption of the youngsters' education.
Thev had been enrolled in high
Bchool and junior high school there
and will attend Canal Zone schools
starting this week.
The general and his family reside
In Quarters 2 on the Post of Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights, where the unified com command
mand command headquarters is located.
FOR SALE
FRIGETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
$270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
IN NICKELCADMIUM
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Foto International
155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
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Apartments
FOR RENT: Beautiful modern
furnished two bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Ave. Peru 37-20.
FOR RENT: From February 1st.,
penthouse, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
dining, living, large, wide porch
(seaside), kitchen, hot water,
maid's room (with bark, garage.
$150.00. Bella Vista. Calle 44
Colombia, Edrficio Sousa. Tel.
3-2017.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom, baby
bedroom, 1 bath, dining, living,
kitchen, hot water, porch (sea (seaside'.
side'. (seaside'. maicTs room (with bath),
garage. $90.00. Bella Vista, Ca Calle
lle Calle 44 y Colombia, Edificio Sou Sousa.
sa. Sousa. FOR RENT: Available for. Feb Feb-bruary
bruary Feb-bruary 1st, completely furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment for three months.
See it for 4 to 7 p.m. 46 Street
No. 27 (T3-84), apartment 22.
FOR RENT: On 48 Street Bella
Vista modern two bedroom Apt.
On 46 Street, 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: One bedroom
apartment, livingroorn, kitchen.
Ideal location. Next street from
4th of July Avenue. Calle Da Da-rien
rien Da-rien No. 14-21. Apply Apt. 2.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, clean and cool. Che Che-lis
lis Che-lis Building Apartments. Campo
Alegre, telephone 3-7658.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
living room, dining room, three
bedrooms, perfect condition. "H"
Street, phone 2-4756.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, chalet type. Peru
Avenue. Price $125.00. Call 4 4-1157.
1157. 4-1157. FOR RENT: Beautiful and cool
one floor apartment, recently
built, 2 bedrooms, large living
dining room, kitchen, inside
laundry room. Inside porch, sev several
eral several closets,, garage and maid's
toom. MarianeJa Building, lusto
7 Aresemena Avenue. Call 2-1 1 55
during office hour.
WANTED
WANTED TO RENT: American
family desires three bedroom
chalet fn residential section for
long term occupancy. Call 3 3-4538.
4538. 3-4538. Alpha Lodge No. 35
Holds Installation
Of New Officers
Clarence Markland, District
Grand Master, and his staff of of
ficers of the Isthmian District
Grand Lodge No. 4, IUOMFS,
paid an official visit to the Alpha
Lodge No. 35, last Wednesday,
and installed the officers for the
1959 term. Those elected were
Richard (Dicky) Griffiths, Colon
musician, Illustrative Grand; S.
Wallace, PFGM, D.M.: V. Knight,
I'lU, S.D.: A. Araujo, Jr. Q.; C.
Bennett, PIG, Sec; H. H.
Abrahams, PIG, Asst. Sec; A.
Hart, In. Gd.; .J Downer, PIG,
Chaplain, and A. Evans, IP1G,
Tyler.
At the close of the installation
ceremony, the Degree of was con conferred
ferred conferred on Arthur J. Evans, offic-
eraa

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LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates nnd information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
9:00 a.m. to 12:011
2:00 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: 0:00 a.m. to 12:00
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Exctrcislnf Machine, Turkish
the McLevj way Body Massage,
bath. Trained operator! tor ladle
uid gentlemen Get remits.
MASSAGE SALON
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Products
J. Amaemena Ave. 13-48
Tel S-22H
SELF SERVICE PUB
LONDON (UPI) Britain's first
self-service pub reported a boom booming
ing booming business today. Landlord
Charles Farrow said business was
up 50 per cent since remodelling
workmen put the bar in backward
and he decided to leave it that
way. With the beer pulls on the
customers' side, drinkers help
themselves.

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Main Mainline
line Mainline Fordfor, standard shrft, ra radio.
dio. radio. 4 new WSW. Call 84-4202,
after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth
convertible, push-button trans transmission,
mission, transmission, power steering, power
brakes, radio, 16,000 miles. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2989.
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobilt
88. $325. Tel. 83-7290, Cu Cu-rundu.
rundu. Cu-rundu. FOR SALE: 1958 Volkswagen
sedan. Excellent condition,
$1395. Phone Curundu 2209,
after 4:00 p.m.-
FOR SALE: Car radio, Motor Motorola;
ola; Motorola; six volt, excellent tone. $25.
Phone 2-3026.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super,
2-door, hardtop, Dynaflow, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Call Navy
2550.
Foreign Commerce
Bank Says Mexico's
Prospects Bright
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 22 (UPI)
The National Bank of Foreign
Commerce said' today that econo economic
mic economic prospects for Mexico in 1959
were frankly quite bright.
The bank pointed out In its
monthly bulletin that Mexico has
weathered adverse international
developments in the last two
vears. nrincinn"v the 11?" 1T.S
recession, and that the Mexican
economy has continued to ex expand.
pand. expand. Relative monetary stability has
been maintained, the bank said,
despite the fact that throughout
the rest of Latin America the rate
of economic growth has practical practically
ly practically stopped as a majority of the
eovernments strueele aaainst in
flation, economic stagnation and
balance of payment problems.
The bank said Mexico's gap be
tween exports and imports has
been nearly filled by tourism rev revenue
enue revenue and the inflow of private
and public foreign capital. Im Imports
ports Imports were also cut by the growth
of the oil industry and an improve
ment of the agricultural situation
during 1958.
The Bank of Foreign Commerce
conceded that there is a need to
restrain inflationary pressures, to
maintain export earnings so the
high level of capital goods impor importations
tations importations can be assured, and to
secure a better distribution of the
benefits of industrialization.
VERY SIMPLE
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Mayor
Norris Poulson, noting that both
political parties use the same dec decorations
orations decorations and bunting for their na national
tional national conventions, offered another
rcaon today for the Renublic?ns
to hold their convention here
next year.
"All they would have to do,"
he said, "is take down President
Wilson's picture and put up one of
President Lincoln."
iated by Osborne C. Quarless,
senior Past Illustrative Grand of
the Alpha Lodge, and assisted by
all P. 1. G s present.
pj a o e
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Willet hard rock
maple drop leaf table-extends to
108". Six chairs and custom
made table pads. Cost $500, sell
$300. 1 Emerson console radio, 3
speed, phono comb, $75. Call
Navy 3032.
FOR SALE: Fine working wash
machine. Wring type. Fairly new,
$60.00. Call 2-0700 Hotel Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt room 303.
FOR, SALE: Franklin tewing
machine witfV attachments $50,
cabinet model. House 5066, Dia Diablo,
blo, Diablo, telephone 2-3417.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
room set, 6 chairs-$100.00, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany bedroom set $100.00.
Call Tel. No. 4-1162, between
12:00 noon 3:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: RCA radio phono phonograph
graph phonograph console. Rattan corner set.
Consist of tiered corner table and
3 sectional chairs with inner
spring seat and back cushions
with attractive covers. Rattan
round coffee table new. Nice
green leather Bar. Vacumm
cleaner. Phone 314 Coco Solo.
House Number 235-4.
FOR SALE: Mahogany double
bed complete chest of drawers,
high chair, telephone 4135, Cu Curundu.
rundu. Curundu. FOR SALE: Bella Vista, three
bedroom house, furnished. 1957
four door Ford, call 3-3417.

Kobbe Baseball Team
Defeats Albrook 9-3

Last night's PAF Albrook-Kobbe
baseball game was a true pitch pitchers
ers pitchers duel as Kobbe's Fernando
Rosario allowed only three hits
and struck out nine Albrook bat batters
ters batters in the six innings he was
moundsman. The Flyers star pitch pitcher
er pitcher "Red" Greenfield went the en entire
tire entire nine innings, giving up only
eight hits and sending ten Kobbe
batters to the dugout by ealled
strikes
The game held many surprises
for the packed crowd as the Fly
ers led oft witn two runs, gamea
another only to be defeated S-3
when Kobbe scored thsir last
three runs in the ninth inning.
First three Kobbe batters to face
Greenfield went down on strike
outs, the second inning brought
one strikeout, Edgehill was thrown
out at first, and Moncado popped
out to right field. The third in
ning began as Donado struck out,
Dudley singled to first, Medina
grounded to second forcing Dudley
and Albrook's alert short stop
Zimmerman threw to first scoring
the first of three doublepalys lor
the Flyers. The second double double-olav
olav double-olav came in the fourth after Kob
be scored two runs, the third out
was caused when Donado strucK
out.
Padron lead off man for the Fly
ers, struck out, Rogillio bounced
one in the infield which brought
the Troopers tight infield into play
and he was unable to outrun their
quick ball handling. Bobby Langer
slugged a double, Zimmerman
followed to go down on the count
retiring the side leaving a man on.
Abercrombie, Flyers first man
up in the second, drove the first
pitch into deep center for a base
hit, Greenfield walked. P.itrie
bounced one in front of the plate;
Kobbe's alert catcher. threw it to
third as Abercrombie was forced.
Koroky went down swinging,
Baker settled for first on an error
as Greenfield and Patrie crossed
home. Padron bobbled one to the
pitcher and failed to outrun the
ball, retiring the side leaving
Baker stranded.
The Troopers' Rosario was plac
ed on the mound in the fourth, he
faced only 20 Albrook batters the
remainder of the game. Not only
was he credited with the win, but

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Finansas 10
Preferred and finanias Common.
Call 3,-7833.
FOR SALE: Beautiful and deco decorative
rative decorative artificial flowers, plastics,
Spanish and Italians. The best
prices. Your visit will be appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Fiberglass boat,
finished, 19 ft. bottom, $1900.
Boat, not painted, fiberglass bot bottom,
tom, bottom, $1700. Fageol motor, used,
50 h p., $600. Fageol motor,
new, h p.. $850. Two Evinrude
motors, 30 h p., with electric
starter, $475 each. For more in information
formation information call 3-7206. De Lator-
Will sell or trade for boat or
motor, new Kenmore gas water
heater. Mr. Sweeney, 3-6426
mornings.
REDS OK HLA HOOP
BERLIN (UPI) Th East
German Reds have pondered long
on the problem of the hula-hoop
and now t;hey have made up their
rand. The verdict the hula
hoop is one Western Invention that
may be adopted by a Communist
country.
he was credited with three RBIs
and two singles
Kobbe scored "their nine runs in
three innings, two in the fourth,
four in the sixth, and three in 'the
ninth. The other six innings the
minimum number of batter reach reached
ed reached the box.'- V
Albrook's scoring wa accom accomplished
plished accomplished in the second inning with
two runs and one in the eighth.
The box score:
KOBBE
ABRHE RBI
Gittens, c
Shultz, lb.
Troy, rf.

5 2 0 0 2
5 12 1 0
1 0 0 0 0
5 110 0
4 10 1 0
4 110 1
3 2 0 0 0
4 120 0
a o o 9 o
4 0 2 0 0
9 9 9 2 6
iRS
AB R HE RBI
4 113 0
4 0 10 1
3 0 10 0
4 0 0 2 0
4 0 10 0
3 10 1 0
4 10 0 0
8 0 10 0
S 0 0
32 S I 6 1

Weeks, cf.
Edgehill, 2b.
Moncado, 3b.
Donado. ss.
Dudley, If.
Medina, p-lf.
Rosario, p.
Totals
38
Padron, 2b.
Rogillio, If.
Langer, cf.
Zimmerman, ss.
Abercrombie, e.
Greenfield, p.
Patrie, rf.
Horoky, lb.
Baker, 3b.
Totals
ARRIVES FOR VISIT
NEW DELHI. India (UPI)
President Tito of Yugoslavia ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday for a two day
visit which will include a review
of the international situation with
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
of India.
BAD NEWS
Berlin (UPI) The East German
Communists said today that all
party members with office jobs
must work at least one month a
year at physical labor.

Real Estate

FOR SALE: -Lot. 500 end 1.000
meters, to the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanization, across the Ramon
Racetrack, All lots with street
fronts, sewage, 'water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnott.
Tel. 3-257.
FOR SALE: Farm at II Velio
de Anton with fruit trees, river,
aqueduct, well and electric plant.
For information, 7th street No.
3-26, upstairs, Panama. Vieto.
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT: New
residential chalet, 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, living-dining room, office,
maid's room, garage, etc., private
site, beautiful view. All modern
facilities. Completely fenced. Sell
for $35,000 rent for $215.00
monthly, call 3-7493 or 3 3-6504.
6504. 3-6504. FOR SALE: Concrete chalet,
two bed rooms, eighteen Miami
windows, will give free of charge
all furniture, tool sets, etc., to
buyer, only $19,000.00. Come
out and see it, dosen't cost any anything.
thing. anything. BDA. DOMINGO DIAZ
Street, El Buen Paster House No.
430, Tel. 4-030J, Panamo.
DIABLO MAJOR LEAGUE
Teams
RC Nehi
Wynn
P.A.A.
Fuerza y Iyuz
Lucky strike
Seymour
H.I. Homa
Pan Imperial
W L
48'4 23tt
48 24
37 35
36 36
35 37
SOU 41 1A

26tt 45WifLowand

26M 45tt
For the fifth pmisAPiitivo swli
the leaders in the Diablo Maior
LeaPUA won their matehx 3 tr 1
and as a result RC Nehi held on,
to 1st place by a slim Vi game"
margin. Seymour Asency beat the
RC Nehi team "In the oipetier by by-89
89 by-89 pins with three of the Sey-i
mours going over the 200 mart
but from then on it was Nehi as
they took the last two flames by
55 and 77 pins. Harry Colbert,
Billy Coffey's replacement, led
his team with 584. Dick Soyster
posted 205-225-212 for a big 642
series.
But winning the first and last
game plus total Dinfall Wvnn Fric
tion Proofing beat H.I. Homa S to
1. Ray Double led Wynn with 589
which included a 233 game. Bud
Balcer again led H.I. Homa with
589. The last game was decided on
the last ball as Bell picked up 8
pins and the Wynn tean nosed out
me iiwesetters dv lust 2 mna.
On alleys 5 and 6, which are
consideridered by many to be the
hardest to score on, Lucky Strike
beat Fuerza v Luz 4 to 0 with a
big! series. This series is second
high for the lea cue this vear. The
spotlight was again tn Pepe Da-
mian as blasted tire pins for 664
which included a final game of
279. In this game Pepe started off
wun strikes m a row and in the
seventh left the 5 oin standimr
This game tied Mac Lane's 279,
wuien was posted in December
ana it was also m tn seventh
name tnat i,ane left one pin
standing. Andy Fistonkh was high
w ruerza v L.uz.
P.A.A. returned to 3rd place in
the standings with a 3 to 1 win
over the last place Pan Imperial
ieam Mac Lane and Ted Melan Melanson
son Melanson were high for P.A.A. Albrit
ton was higth for Pan Imperial
wun see.
RC NEHI 3
Vescio 168 172 213
Klumpp 139 174 169
Allen 166 190 161
Kaelin 182 158 202
Colbert 221 182 181
553
482
517
542
584
876 874 926 2678
SEYMOUR AGENCY 1
Boyer 158 180 171
509
469
511
514
642
Hassler 172 164
133
163
170
212
Bates 224 124
Rudy 206 138
Soyster 205 225
965 821
849 264S
WYNN FRICTION
PROOFING 3
Dube 171 233
165
191
194
189
168
589
529
570
533
Hinely 206 132
Amato 223 153
Graham 178 166
Bell 192 166
526
970 850 927 2747
H.I. HOMA 1
189 189 180
154 165 181
132 145 211
189 210 190
Charters
558
Schnieder
500
488
589
467
Thomas
Balcer
Kleischman
156 148 163
820 157 925 2602
LUCKY STRIKE 4
Sots
159 222 191 572
142 175 164 481
200 196 153 549
Morrow
Luttenberger
Metzger
Damian

189 195 182 566
225 160 279 64
91S 941 969 2832

FUIRZA i LUt 0
Winquist
148 188 141
155 169 174
477
Tarr
Bieber
Fistonich
Gliechmin
186 212 132
188 177 202
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technician, bilingual secretary
bookeeper, both must have em em-perience.
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work. Call Curundu 21 18 for appointment.

WANTED: Experienced sales salesgirls
girls salesgirls both with Spanish and En English
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Panama.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Housewives, if you need a good
maid with references please call
"Agendas y Coloeaciones y Co Co-miaiones",
miaiones", Co-miaiones", Tel, 3-7819, Justo
Arosemena Ave. and 35th Street,
next to "Farmacia Santo Tomas"
No. 2-95.
BEAR RATE INCREASE
NEW YORK (UPI)-The Amer American
ican American Stock Exchange asnounced
it will bear the expense of an in
terim rate increase on its 1,243
stock tickers granted to Western
Union Telegraph Co., "at least
lemporairny.
PAN IMPERIAL I
Albritton
189
144
178
191
141
843
P.A.A.
171
190 187
168 221
128 175
566
La. Beau
Pmsinowski
Palm
Kunkel
533
481
536
163
174
823
1
180
182
188
503
953 2619
164
182
179
199
225
515
556
546
558
P Luca
160 214
185 182
171 188
168 175
85S 939
VOSS
Melanson
Lano
568
949 2743
Balboa Men's Winter League
S 15Jan59
1 Hillman Cart ssvi
2. Zenith T.V. 35
S. Lincoln Life 32
4. Good Year Tire 26
5. Astra 25
6. Cafe Duran 25
7. Martini Vermouth 24
8. Tivoli Travels 23V4
O.Balboa Beer 23
16tt
17
20
26
27
27
28
28V&
29
29
31
32
10. Kent Cigarettes 23
11. Pepsi Cola 31
12. Blue Star 20
This year's Balboa Men's lea
gue, which is one of the oldest and
most popular in the Canal Zone.
is enioyinir one of its best seasons.
ine League bowls at 7:30 everv
inursaay night at the Balboa
Bowling Center,. If you like bowline
why dot drop in on Thursday
nights, these boys really put on a
show. As you can see onlv 3W
points separate the first team,
ana o points me next s:
The outstanding part of wiii
league is that its averages range
from 126 to 184. Its members re
present all the branches and serv
lves on the C. Z. and many of our
good friends from Panama.
High Teams 3 Games
Hillman Cars 2609
Zenith T.V. 2543
Lincoln Life 2528
High Team (Jama (Jama-Blue
Blue (Jama-Blue Star
Kent Cigarettes
Tivoli Travels
916
911
878
High Indiv. J Games
E. Pope
R. Toland
656
617
613
P. Damian t
High Ind. Game
R. Toland
L. Hack
267
250
B. DeVea 241
Hillman Cars having another
rough night droped 3 points to
Kent Ciearettes. J. Bowen was
hich for Hillman with 448, Lo-
wande suabing for J. Burgoon had
472. Pope Damian was mgn tor
Kent with 543.
Tonifh T V.. bOWline With
Wind, took S noints from Martini
Vermouth, which moved them up
to within Vs point 01 nrsi piace
All 4 men had 500 or oetter. ii
Grimaldo 500: J. Tejada 512; Al
Hele 518; and H. DeLuca bowling
anchor had 558. om was nign tor
Martini with 510.
Lincoln Life dropped 3 points to
Cafe Duran, but still held on to
2nd. place. L. Karry was high for
Lincoln with 482. Bob Toland was
high for Cafe Duran by rolling the
only 600 witn i84,zzz, & zii tor bit.
D. Carter also had a me 552
Good Year Tires managed to
take one point from Pepsi Cola
and hold on to 4th. place by one
point. M. Lane was high for Good
Year with 531; Curly Bt 1m
had a 511. E. Pope was high for
the Cola boys with 528. Tony iMt

tenberger missed the 600 .honor
mil ? nninta 1QR v v

Astra Products, which had' taken

3 noints for the last three innings
cot. rnnlirl nff bv Balboa Beef,
taking onlv the 1st. game,

still held ort to 5th place tie with
548. O. Peres was high for the
beer men. 501. V '' K: ,.' ,.;
Rlim star, the Clnderllla Team,

530
567
519 knn nn with its winning ys
2571 itakiax 1 joints xrom uvou

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WANTED SALESMEN PuU

TimePart time Sll ward's laraast
selection of euality rao'ueta fat
Hotels, Restaurant, Scheele,
Club, Hospitals anal Private)7
Home. Real earning petottial.
Protected territories. Apply I
Panamerican Import S.A. Ca-l
He 29 Ette final r Arenids Me- V
xice.
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Wa repair ia your homo
we don't protend to uarairttt
our work. We guarantee it
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
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Tel. 2-1905
Tivoli Avenue No. 11-20.
Protect your heme and proper proper-ty
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Prompt scientific treatment ea
emergency er monthly budget
bail. Telephone Pronto Service,
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For better Home Service. Always
Rely on
U.S. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panami, Serviea
from 9:00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.
Changing and Service Agency.
We cash checks and Lottery
ticket at any time. We are loe
ated at 4 of July Ave, No. 17 17-16.
16. 17-16. (Fotografia Astra).
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
ACF Ind 51 ;
Advocate. Asbestos 3.30b
Alumnium' Ltd. 32V
Amer Cy aflamid 49T4 1
Taii 44. -V
Amer Motors 40
Amer Tel and Tel 23U'
Anaconda Copper S7&
Arkansas Fuel 37H'
AVCO Mfg. 11
Bethlehem Steel 53
petinger Corp 71
xucroii uranium jmv
British Pet 8Vil
Burroughs 40
Canadian Eagle 7W
Celanese 299fc'
Cerro de Pasco 47
Chicago Great West St
Chrysler S&4
Cities Service 63s4
Coastal Caribe IVi
Creole Pet 1 63
Crown Corp and Seal 3094b
Cuban Venezuela Oil 13-18
Du Pont 21
El Paso Natural 6ai 38b
Eversharp 2134i
Fairchild Engine 9T4
Fargo Oil 7
Felmont, Pet VA
General Dynamics 621
.General Electrio 7S3e
lienerai Motors 49
General Plywood 18Vs
Gulf Oil 127V4
Harsco; Steel
Hayden Newport 14
Howe Sound 14H
Intl, Petroleum 43
Int. Tel and Tel 62V4
Lorillard 83
Martin Co. 84
New England Tel & Tel 164
Northrop Air 35
Olin Mathieson 46
Paneoastal 5
Pantepec 09 2
"Phillips Pet 50
Pure Oil 45
RCA 4894
Reynolds Dutch Shell 48
San Jacinto 1911
' Shell Transp 21
Signal Oil and Gat 42
Sinclair Oil 65
Socony Mobile 49
Sperry Rand 24
Standard Oil NJ 18
Sterling Precision 14
Studebaker-Paokard 11
Superior Oil 203$
Texas Gulf Prods 32
Underwood 5
United Canso Oil 1 1-16
U.S. Rubber Slb
U.S. Steel 96
Universal Cyclop S6b
Westinghouse Elee 79
Wheeling Steel SVfc
Cabinet Reported
Split Oyer School
Integration Plank
Washington, Jan. 22 un
. President .Elsenhower's Cab
inet was reported split todaj
over proposal to include
school Integration plank in the
Administration's forthcoming
CWfRtghto- bill.
Informed; sources said Attor

ney General William P. Rogen
was pressing: 'the proposal with

the neip or camnet "Liberals,"
while ""Old Guard" elemenU
lined 1 W against him.
: Rogers' plan was said to per permit
mit permit the Justice Department tc
bring lawsuits to end schooi
segregation in cases Wherf

wholesale flaunting- of1 tm
rights of Negro student! wai

but
Shown. 1 '.r-'.vw
""I"

velr and are now only 1 point eul
of the seller. 1
Alvarado was high with 113 M'
Hack settled for 488. Tbibault wa
high for Tivoli. 47S.

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Sowd to a crawl after snowstorms left drift up to four feet. A new storm that hit the city
..and western New York forced the closing of numerous schools.
Peaceful Integration: How It
Works In Oklahoma Schools

OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI)-Okla
homa's successful plan for inte integration
gration integration of its public schools will
continue without change now that
4 new governor has taken office
this month.
In fact, the subject has never
teen a major political issue in
this state, despite the uproar so
close at hand in Arkansas.
-Gov. Howard Edmondson told
United Press International he will
make no recommendations for re revising
vising revising the state school aid regula regulations
tions regulations which form the basis of Okla Oklahoma's
homa's Oklahoma's gradual program od com com-liance
liance com-liance with the 1954 Supreme
Court decision against segregation.
Outgoing Gov. Raymond Gary
taid in an interview he considers
the peaceful integration of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma schools to be the greatest
accomplishment of his four-year
administration.
And Dr. Oliver Hodge, the state
official primarily responsible for
the school integration program,
save Gary himself major credit
inr that accomplishment on

grounds that the Governor's at attitude
titude attitude set a pattern for all Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma to follow.
-Gary, under the law, could not
auceeed himself. Edmondson and
the 15 Other candidates who
fought to replace him avoided the
racial issue entirely. Hodge was
unopposed for the Democratic no nomination
mination nomination td his fourth term, and
defeated his Republican opponent
without segregation even being

mentioned.
In 1955, the state Board of Edu Education,
cation, Education, which includes Hodge and
six members appointed by the go governor,
vernor, governor, voted five to one in favor
of regulations penalizing school dis districts
tricts districts maintaining separate facili facilities
ties facilities for Negroes
These regulations took effect in
January, 1956.
. Hodge said Gary "could have
made our job 100 times as hard"
if .he had tried to block or slow
down the integration program.
Gairy, a former school teacher
in southern Oklahoma, where
Southern traditions are strongest,
aid Oklahomans "adopted a
Christian attitude" which ruled out
segregation as a political issue.
He also pointed out that tech technical
nical technical changes in the method of
allocating state funds to schools
Usually meant higher salaries
for teachers whose institutions
did integrate.

Hodge said the board members
fot a few irate telephone calls
after they issued a statement in

July, 1955, that they would attempt
to comply with the Supreme Court

ruling.
They also received anxious in

cjuiries from school officials in the
BO-caUed "little Dixie" counties of
aouthereastern Oklahoma.
"We had our fingers crossed,"
Hodge said. "One important poli politician
tician politician could have spouted off on
this subject and caused us all
sorts of trouble. But it didn't happen."

Hodge said only 20 school sys systems
tems systems in Oklahoma have not yet
started mixing white and Negro
students at the high- school level.
A total of 190 high schools have
integrated, and 168 elementary
schools are complying with the
high court decision.
"Of course, it should be point pointed
ed pointed out," Hodge said, "that many
Oklahoma school districts have
no Negro residents, and our ra racial
cial racial problem has never been on

a par with me so-caiieo ueep
South states."

Gary said the state legislature

could have interfered in the mat matter
ter matter but didn't.
He said he had talked with sever

al lawmakers who doubted that
their constituents would go along
with his administration's ap

proach, but had sold them on it.

The National Association for the

Advancement of Colored People
made Oklahoma a racial battle battleground
ground battleground in 1946 by seeking the ad admission
mission admission of a Negro to the state
university at Norman.

After, a three-year court battle,

the NAACP won. The university
no longer keeps a record of stu students
dents students by racial groups, officials
say, and several dozen Negroes
are enrolled.
The NAACP waged a campaign
last summer to force downtown
restaurants in Oklahoma City to
serve Negroes. Two large soda
fountain operators dropped their

racial barriers, but the manage

ment of a third restaurant, in a

large department store, refused.

Pickets in the third establish establishment,
ment, establishment, mostly school children, fad faded
ed faded away at the start of the au autumn
tumn autumn school term.
Edmondson's Campaign for gov governor
ernor governor was based largely on cri criticism
ticism criticism of Gary's record, but on the
matter of integration the new gov governor
ernor governor has no fault to find.
"Oklahoma has made a good
record on integration, insofar at
state institutions are concerned,"
Edmondson told UPI.
"This includes higher education
and the major portion of our com

mon schools. In most cases it hag
been accomplished without incid incident.
ent. incident. A good deal of the credit is
due to the attitude of Gov. Gary,
who accepted from the Outsett hat
the U.S. Supreme Court's decision
was the law of the land.
"He sated that this was in ac accordance
cordance accordance with his oath of office
and that he would follow that oath.
I have no intention of changing
the policy '.hat has been followed
by Gov. Gary."

Adm. Wales To Get

Sea Command When
Relieved By Parks

Ike Says His GOP

Just Hibernates

Between Elections

DES MOINES, Iowa, Jan. 22

fUUI) President Eisenhower

called on the Republican Party
today to quit acting like a

hibernating elephant" Between

election campaigns.

He also told the GOP Na

tional Committee that the par party
ty party must tell the country right
now what it stands for in terms
of long-range goals.

The President's prescription

for a Republican comeback
from its defeats of 1958 was
contained in a message to the

opening session of the National

Committees two-day meeting
which climaxed this week's
round of planning for 1960.

Later today, the committee

was promised a full report on

party chairman Meade Alcorn's

program for rebuilding the Ke-

nublican organization. His re-

commendat 10ns carried me

support of both the President

and Vice President Kitnard M.

Nixon.

Cued to Alcorn's demand that
the GOP must begin campaign campaigning
ing campaigning on a year-round- basis,

Eisenhower told the committee:

"I deenlv regret that some

neoole look upon our party as

a kind of hibernating elephant
who walks with a mighty trum-

DUE DlOfib ELv eici:biuii oixu

then rests calmly until the next

campaign.

"Political activity must be, a
matter of unremitting effort. It
must so on 365 days a year if

we are to maintain the vitality
that has made our nation

great."

The President said it was

only 658 days until the 1960

elections and that a day lost

could never be recovered.

800

E. Germans ?

Crowding Arrierika

Former Child Aclbr

Killed In Wild Fight

Over Debt Of $50

ADMIRAL PARKS
The Navy'i ranking'- officer In
the Canal Zone, Rear Adm. George
Wales, will f be re-assigned this

spring to av command at sea. it

has been announced by the Navy.
He will be succeeded as com

mandant of the Fifteenth Naval

Distnct by Rear Adm. Lewis S,
Parks, now commanding the eim
ser force of the Atlantic Fleet
The change of command is tx

pected to be effected about May 5,

the Navy said.

Parks won three Navy Crosses

as a submarine officer in the Pa

cific during World War IL He

commanded the cruiser Manches

ter during the early part of the

Korean conflict, and later return returned
ed returned there as deputy to the U.S. and

U.N. commander in chief in the
Far East.

He also has served as Chief of
Information for the Navy in Wash

ington.

Wales has served as command commandant
ant commandant here since September, 1957.

SEAS SWAMP TRAWLER
CASTETJ)N DE LA PLANA,
Spain (UPI) Heavy seas
swamped the Spanish trawler Con Concha
cha Concha nd sent the rescue vessel
Riblas drifting out of control with
a mashed rudder yesterday. The
Spanish vessel La Vincenta res rescued
cued rescued the crewj of both vessels
and took the Riblas in tow.

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SUSAN
IBRD

sm

Hold torrid and

true! ine story

or Baraara Graham -The
lost but never
lonely sinner
who got the
roughest deal
life ever dealt1

A CROWD OF GERMANS, many from the Soviet zone, await
the opening of Amerika Haus, the VS. Information Center in
West Berlin.

-l -' (
Daily
Haus

Mexico Awaiting Guatemalan Reply
To Note On World Court mediation

MEXICO CITY, Jan. 22 (UPI)'
Well informed sources said yes yesterday
terday yesterday that Mexico expects to re receive
ceive receive within the next two or three
days a reply from Guatemala on
Mexico's latest note proposing that
the current conflict between the
two countries be taken to the
World Court at The Hague.
Referring to reports irom Gua Guatemala
temala Guatemala that probably Mexico's
--I ...;n Kb xoioKtoH enure-

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif., 4,1 in that case" Mexico

Jan. 22 (UPI)-f-Carl (Alfalfa)
Switzer, -31, the freckled face

child actor In the Old "Our

Gang" movies was shot and

killed last night in a wild bat

tle over a $50 debt. His forme

business partner was booked on
suspicion of murder today.

Switzer, known to his friends

as Alfa;ta, the character he

played in the old series cur currently
rently currently being rerun acr03s the
nation on television as "The

Little Rascals," was shot in

the stomach by M. S. (Bud)
Stiltz. 38, police reported.

Stiltz, a welder, said the ior-

wiii havo tin rprnurse but to sev

er diplomatic relations with its
southern neighbor.
Mexico has exchanged a num number
ber number of notes with Guatemala af after
ter after the strafing of Mexican fish fishing
ing fishing boats by Guatemalan planes
Dec. 31. Three Mexican fisher fishermen
men fishermen were killed and 14 wounded
in the attack which took place af after
ter after Guatemalan President Miguel
Ydigoras Fuentes ordered that for foreign
eign foreign vessels caught fishing in Gua
temalan territorial waters be at

tacked and sunk. The Mexican

vessels were allegedly n Guate

malan waters when the attack

ceived so far from Guatemala

was from Ambassador Francisco1
de Icaza informing that Mexico's
latest note had been delivered to
the Guatemalan foreign office.
Meanwhile, the Guatemalan
embassy here denied rumors that
Guatemalan Ambassador Arturo
Ramirez Pinto had been recalled.
Reports from the Mexican-Guatemalan
border said the situation

is tense, that Mexican music has

been barred from Guatemalan

radio stations and that theatres

have stopped showing Mexican

films. The reports also said that

Guatemalan radio stations- are

keeping a constant campaign a

gainst Mexico urging all- Guate

malan citizens to refrain from

crossing into Mexico or buying

Mexican products.

Meanwhile a group of UhiversI

ty and Polytechnic students sought

to confer today with Foreign Min

ister Manuel Tello to urge him to
break off relations with Guatema

la.

By TOM COLL EN
WEST BERLIN NEA) I have
just visited the American "spy
factory" in West Berlin.
That's, what the Communists call
Amerika Haus, the new $250,000
United States Information Center.
But in an afternoon there I could
find nothing more sinister than a
few gray-haired grannies reading
newspapers.
Or maybe it's American jazz
that's sinisterr-there was a whole
group of eager German youths lis listening
tening listening to the latest long-jplaying
jazz discs from the States.
According to the Soviet-controlled
East German nress. Amerika

Haus, is a nest of espionage, where
secret agents are recuited for
croak-and-dagger work behind the

iron curtain.

Only RIAS, the American radio

station beamed to East Germany.

is attacked more violently in the

communist press, wnen not ac
cused of subverting the Soviet re

gime, Amerika Haus is attacked
as "this mecca of stupidity and
imbecility."
Certainly, Amerika Haus i a
remarkable operation by any
yardstick.

Through its doors have nassed

200,000 visitors from East Berlin

and from the Soviet zone of East
Germany during the past year.
In eoming -to Amerika Haus,
East Germans risk being identi

fied they could be photographed

entering the building and arrest
ed by the Vopos, as the East Ger
man police are called.

et tney come in droves, an
average of 800 Easterners visitine

Amerika Haus daily. They tome

to see the latest newsreels, to read

the latest news about the free

world and about their own Com

munist bloc. They come to breathe

free air,

Hawpily. there is safety in num

bers. "It would tak 800 Vopos to

tail these feople to their homes

and arrest them," says Jay W,

Gudner, directo of Amerika Hans
and the only American on its staff.

. The thing that irkg the Common Common-1st
1st Common-1st the.most about Amerika Haul--'
is that K -attracts so many Voun
people from East Germany stu students
dents students and :young: skilled workers
of the type who are seeking refugt
w the West by. the thousands.
Ms of, the youhfrVEwr Ger
mans omt to ;read jfo latest i
American technical journals, ?
attend concents and lectures, and
Md7-rfet he'r EiIUh, I was
Amerika Haiis : has the only 11,"
brary in West Berlin that will lend
nooks to East Germans.
This presents" a special problem
as the library cannot check out
nooks without some guarantee of
their return. Therefore, the librae
ry has worked out a system where
by names of Eastern borrower'
are kept lockes inAa safe.
It reports that, book losses in-
curred.through-lending to East

uermans are less than one per.

mer juvenile star who in recent

years was down on his luck and took place.

had several run-ins with the

law was threatening him with The Foreign Office said today

a. knife when he shot him. that the only communication re-

Funeral Services w
For Stanley Hyams

Are Tomorrow

Stanley Hyams, 63, a former
resident of Jamaica, died on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at Santo Tomas Hospital.
Funeral services have been an announced
nounced announced for tomorrow at 3:30 p.m.

at the San Miguel Church, with
interment in Herrera Cemetery.
Mr. Hyams came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus during the construction days
of the Canal.
He is survived by two sons Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso and Sidney, and by a daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Lilia Hyam James, who
resides in the States, as well ai
several grandchildren.

Film Industry Mourns DeMille;
Funeral Interment Tomorrow

Gildner and oHW officials
leave the Easterners strictly a-

S'We don't, want to know about

them," he says. We want them
to feel frer to come and go as

they choose, wiu no questions ask'

ed. They have enough people check
ing on them in East Germany, and
we want them to feel the differ

ence."
Occasionally, however. Eastern

ers will approach Gildner with

messages of thanks to President
Eisenhower and the American peo

ple for providing Amerika Haus.

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hours ending 8 a. m.. -today W

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HOLLYWOOD. Jan. 22 (UPI)-

The film industry and movie fans
throughout most of the world to

day mourned the death of Cecil
B. DeMille, 77, pioneer producer producer-director
director producer-director who made some of film filmland's
land's filmland's most spectacular motion
pictures.
The funeral serviee will be held
tomorrow atSt. Stephen's Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Church followed by inter interment
ment interment In a $250,000 private mauso mausoleum
leum mausoleum DeMille built for himself in
Hollywood Memorial Park Ceme Cemetery
tery Cemetery in 1953.
Pallbearers will Include Adolnh
Zukor and Samuel Goldwyn who
now are among the small handful
of Hollywood's founding fathers

still living.
DeMille died at dawn yesterday
In his mansion located only a
few blocks from where he set up
his first studio in a wooden burn
46 years ago. In the interverie
years he had given the public 71
movies including such historic hits
as "The Ten Commandments,"
"The King of Kings" and "The
Greatest Show on Earth."

Ml
TODAY

"The struggle of a people for freedom is eloquently
told In this stirring film. I was moved as Moses, con conscious
scious conscious that the Law has its source in the one God
of all men, conceived of it as the universal law."
RABBI ABRAHAM J. FELDMAN,
President of the Synagogue Council of America.

flth. B I G W EE K! HELD" OVER

EXCLUSIVE AND ONLX
RELEASE THIS YEAR!
CECIL B. DeMI LIE'S
PRODUCTION

The Ten
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I II 1 COCUMWA MCtURES pNMI J I
DANKWE CURT JUR3ENS v I I

Dr. Hans Schiff said his death

was a case of 'true heart failure."

A guard, Edward Calta, at Par Paramount
amount Paramount studibs where DeMille
produced most of his epic films
broke down and wept openly
when told of the great showman's

death.

James Francis Cardinal Mcln Mcln-tyre,
tyre, Mcln-tyre, Archbishop of Los Angelas,
added his voice to the many who
paid tribute to DeMille. 'To have

known him was a prvilege,'

Oardila Mclntyre said. "His ac accomplishments
complishments accomplishments will make him
live long in the memory of gener generations."
ations." generations." 'Others who joined in praise of
the patriarchal producer-director
included Walt Disney, Bing Cros Crosby
by Crosby and Samuel Goldwyn, who a a-long
long a-long with the late Jesse L. Lasky
Sr. formed a movie company
with DeMille in 1913 which result resulted
ed resulted In the fantastic conversion of
Hollywood from a sleepy village
into its present-day position as
glamour capital of the world

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