The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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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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MORE TOURIST JUTES
Throughout the world
more people buy
Smjtam'sYO.
than any other
imported whisky.
HOMEWARD VIA
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If lA peopf fan the truth and ths country U xtfe" Abraham Lincoln.

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Threaten Shippers
With New Boycott s

LONDON, Jan. 23 (UPI) European, and,. American
'docker and seamen warned "flags of convenience" ship shippers,
pers, shippers, today that continued refusal to sign, agreements on
wage and working conditions could lead to further boy boy-'
' boy-' eotts.' . . ..
The warning was Issued by Omer Becu, Belgian gen general
eral general secretary f the International Transport Workers Fed Federation
eration Federation (ITF), after an JTF meeting drew up a three
point progran against these ''phony flaf eratorv"--.
Panama, Honduras and Liberia. f 4 :

Panama,
Tht federation decided to:
Gall on the appropriate ffov-
irnments' to get together to find a
nlutinn to the oroblem:
Continue its fight against ship
owners using flags of convenience
to avoid 'proper taxation, proper
wages and? working' conditions;
- :Seek to establish collective
- agreements covering "pay, condi-
tinn snH flnrifll security.
.Becu said he thought this pro-l
fram would Jelp,- but "in tne
nil analysis the boycott is the only
Mimn to the Workers had which
. ean force the 'employers to com
elude an agreement.
The ITF fair' practices ommit ommit-i.MMti
i.MMti ommit-i.MMti ifnmnrrow and probably
jiiaciiH whether -to order bof-
-! we are going wj tunuu wi.
0ght in-order to se that SMppers
stop'-usinf .these- flags for thelt
wb selfish Interest jnd pergonal
Thor-Abl3 Rocket
loses ISose Cone
In Florida Test
' CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., JaO;
9'viuPI) That old bugabear of
rocketry-failure of an upper
ItaSto lire-foiled an attempt
to test a futuristic, nose .one
over interconttaental range ear-
'Ahor-able rocket w;ith a
.v.m rfooorr-like nose cone
probably rose about 65 miles a-;

bove the eann on m
s 5,000-mile flight. But all the
Air Force's elaborate prepara preparations
tions preparations to recover the cone went
- for naught when; the rockets
aecond stage failed to ignite.
The 80-foot, two-stage rocket
was the fifth In the Thor-able
test series, .but it was the first
to be fitted with.- the sharp,
tapered nose cone Which may
be used on smalL soUd-fuel ta ta-.
. ta-. tercontinental ballistic missiles.
It was learned that the .new
ose ton design will probably
be used In the solid-fuel, light lightweight
weight lightweight Intercontinental ballist ballistic
ic ballistic missiles of the future. The
, only small ICBM now being de developed
veloped developed is the Minuteman. for
-which Boeing .has .the prime
contract.. '.'-..''

FBI Combs Latin Areas Of New York
For Infant Stolen In Housing Ruse

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NEW YORK. Jen. 23 UPI)
v- Police and JBI -agents search searched
ed searched the city's populous Spanish Spanish-speaking
speaking Spanish-speaking slums today ''for the
pregnant woman who kidnapped a
23-day -old boy entrusted Ho W by
r mother who ; fell4 for. a clever
partment-hunting ruse, :v ,.,
The kidnaped child was Idei
tiflad as John Taverex, the son
( f Dominican immiarants. The
baby was III with e heavy cold
when he was taken from hi
erlb ihortl feefere 4 p.m.
Hrday.' -S ; -.:J-V
? AuthcrltieVholped that several
elues supplied by .John's mother
Mrs..- Doraliia Tavam, 81 would
lead them to .-"Mrs. Gladys Gar Garcia,"
cia," Garcia," the Spanlsh-spfakini woman
about 80 years of age Who took the
baby while Mrs. -Tavares was on
. a wild goose chase in the Bronx.
. Mrs. Tavares said she met the
woman yesterday afternoon at
; the Metropolitan t-ioplt' elinie
where she had taken John for
trtatmenfet hit cold. V ; !-She
She !-She said Mrs. CarcU told her
he was nine months pregnant and
was getting -pre-natal cai-e at the
clinic. Mrs.. 'Tavern said the wo woman
man woman looked pregnant
( She said Mrs. Garcia offered her
, Jnd the baby a ride home. in a

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convenience and also- use and
abuse the crew concernedv?? he
said. Ma" "..I -J"
"We think ft. should bet the; task
of the 'governments to try to find
a solution to the problem. We know
that moves are being made and
that certain discussions, will prob probably
ably probably take plaise amone the govern-
ments.VBut fe cannot just wait
auu bcv,
!3n
Moored At GamSoa
Denisgo Chtclc
"A Norweelatt are vessel .4-
mains moored 4t Gamboa -tfter
engine failure interrupted its south southbound
bound southbound transit of the, Canal yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon;
The-vessel, the 8900-ton M-V
Sunvard .arrived at tthe Atlantic
side yesterday from Newpport
rsews, va.v and is bound direct for
Jaoau with a full careo of coal.
. The engine breakdown reported
ly was caused Dy aMMroRen piston
or piston rod. The vessel has
been moored at fiamboa to deter determine
mine determine the advisability' of repairs
while moored or whether it will
be necessary to tow the disabled
cran to JJalbOa "Canal marine in
spectors bad not yet completed
weir: investigation at midday.
The Synvard is captained by E.
rnsvoia. o rernie .and Co. are
tne local -agents.
1111 s-
Tree" Chopping',
In Forbidden: Area
s Jail Term
A timber boachr n camtamnaii
this monung, by Judge John E.
Deming in Balboa Magistrate's
Court, to- serve 10 days in fail.
Manuel Mosquero, 36, Colombian
was eonvicted of., cutting a tree
in the Saddle Dam area of the
forest preserve, on (he south side
of Madden Lake.
when asked where the tree w. s.
or is, Mosquero said he was unable
to give an answer since-the tree
was left after being felled and on
the same day he had beea-tern-
-J i J :i j i
puiaruy jaiiea w runmh
taxi, because it was rainine Over
a cup of team in the one-and-a-half
room Tavarez apartment, Mrs.
Garcia commiserated with Mrs.
Tavarez about the small quarters.
Mrs. Tavarez said Mrs. Garcia
returned about 2 p.m. yesterday
anernoon with wnat she said was
the address of the empty apart apartment,
ment, apartment, also on Southern Boulevard.
She urged Mrs. Tavarez to go to
see the apartment immediately
and offered to stay with 'John
while a neighbor tended his sis
ten Carmine Josephine, S, and
;"';" )
When Mrs. Tavarkt arrived e
the Bronx addres, It turned out
to be e pott office.
She said she returned to her
apartment shlrtly after 4 p.m and
found her daughttfs in the niegh-
Yy, p ..weeping oecavse
their "Mommy Avl left them"
and "t womaa. has taken our lit lit-tie
tie lit-tie brother,", ., ..
The distraught mother searched
the neighborhood In vain., When
ner au-year-oia nusnana, Jose, .a
$45-a-week brassiare company em employe,
ploye, employe, -came, home a few hours
later they made ? second search.
They, reported the kldntDlni to a
Spanish-flpeakuu! xtolice officer at

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?,ilUeerj.,iluriag Carnival festivitle'

oa jujio Aivaraoo uarDane- i wt uarnivai organization
committee. Thft presentation was inadt after Judging? at the
Central. Thatre tar Panam'Clty,

First War Criminal' Sentenced
To Death; Fidel In Venezuela
: .HAVANA,; Jan 23f "(tlPf) Fidel Castror jV?ctc?f Cu ba's revolution, left by air early today for Venezuela to
take part in the observance tomorrow of the Jrtt anniver sary of that country's most recent revolution.
The Cubaniarmy plane carrying Castro.ind hia official party took off at 7:12 a.m.
The party acoompanying the victorious .revolutionary Included Interior Minister Luis 0. Rodriguez, Celia San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, Castro's secretary; Violeta Casals, a forwer announ cer on the rebel radio; radio announcer Manolo Iglesias
and a number of newsmen,
had been announced earlier that Caairov-wa, .otng to Venezuela to thank that country for its aid and sup support
port support to his revolutionary forces,

Sdsas Death Sentence Comes

As Nearly A II Newsmen

WAVANA. Jatk 23 (UPI)
The sentence of death came al almost
most almost 8-an anticlimax at dawn
today at the trial of Batista ar army
my army Mai- Jesus Sosa Blanco, who
went before his judges In the
Havana Snorts Palace.
The trial began yesterday af
ternoon with 30,000 Cubans wno
repeatedly shouted "coward"
and "murder'?) at the prisoner.
The sentence ame 10 hours and
1 minutes later just as ine sun
appeared over the arena.
Bv that time, the show was
over. Most ef the spectators had
gone home; even nearly ,au tne
J50 foreign newsmen who had
come to cover the trial had left.
Only a few of us remained
to record the final Invective
burled at the nrisoner as he
was led away to the ancient
Snanlsh-fortress or uaDana,
where he will be shot.
I The man who was led away
was far different from the
Batista officer, who stood de de-jflantlyk
jflantlyk de-jflantlyk before the screaming
crowd and ompared himself
to the early Christians as he
Veiled: "I'm In a CoUseum."
:l :'"?;,:
i As, he was ledi, away,; ioea
Blanco looked at the ground
and ref used even to turn to
ioc at newsmen who walked
beside him and asked, if he had
anvthina- to sav.
He just shook' his head, re refusing
fusing refusing to comments,
- Just 12 hours before, this
man had stared up at those
30.000 nersons calline for his
deatn ana criea; "AU. lies" ai
hl- accusers.'
sAll '1 will say," lie told the
tribunal as bis voice, carried
bv mlcronhone reverberated

j throughout the arena, "la that

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niiffl ycetveet.the; troKhlr'andi'
next month. Affixing the tlb
I am a man. All I did was what
a military man had to do. I
obeyed orders. 1 did my duty.
All those men5 who were killed
died hv. battle."
Then he waved his manacled
hands at us, hands, clasped as
though. In- prayer, and cried out
that he felt as1 though he were
In a Roman Coliseum abd knew
that no one. would believe him.
mis was tne prisoners mo moment
ment moment In the trial when he com
manded the attention ef those
who wanted to-see him die. This
was the moment whea his voice
would quiver and shake with
emotion, when he vcould face
his accusers and his detractors
and show that he was not a
fraid to die, ;'
But this moment evaporated
into endless hours of testimony.
His words were lost In the read-
in gof any army report show showing
ing showing of any army report showr
been accused of murder and
twice been absolved. :
The major (teemed to wilt
under the very mass of tes testimony
timony testimony by witnesses who
came from Oriente province
at the other end of Cuba to
shout their : accusations and
words ef bate at the man
who once ruled them with an
Iron fist. '
Hour by hour he sank lower
and lower in his chair.
There waa no ceremony when
the sentence was read, The
prisoner., made, no final,) state
ment to the court. ; ; ;
It was 4: tired dawn that
greeted us as we walked away
from the arena. Twelve hours
of real-life drama, of tears and
curses1 actually felt, nf watch watching
ing watching a., man face- the approach
or aeain, were enough for any

reporter. r , (.

"BRUNETTE BEAI1JCinal.-Zone CrbY. tr.-rt' ?. 4oVMh4,h

PP2rUBl1 W the1 light'

" wuwm uui'iciiuy leaving Uls liclu.- m XQInpO WWOn
forjPanami dty'a Oarnlval Queen,

Meanwhile, Cuban Army MaJ.
Jesus Sosa Blanco, the first
"war criminal" to be tried here.
was sentenced to death early
today after an ll'a hour trial
In the overcrowded sports Pal
ace .stadium.
Nearly all of the forelen
newsmen coverina; the trial and
most of the 30,000 spectators
who jammed Into the 15,000-
seat stacjium last night nan leit
before the verdict was announc
ed at 6:04 a.m.
Sosa. who waa charged with
multiple murders and arson, de denied
nied denied guilt on every count. EV-'
erything he did, he said, was
done as a soldier unaer orders.
He repeteadly voiced his
scorn of the crowd, which
booted and Jeered defense re requests
quests requests for evidence or for time
to prepare its case. The spec
tatos booed Sosa as a "cow "coward"
ard" "coward" and a "murderer."
The trials will resume at 2
p.m. today with the prosecution
of Capt, Pedro Morejon Valdes.
second of the "bie three" de
fendants: among the 600-odd
military -prisoners here.
Lt. Col. Rlcardo L. Gau will
be tried later.
During the marathon trial,
the prosecution called more
than 50 witnesses to testify to
Sosa's .crimes. Only a few rep represented
resented represented themselves as eyewit eyewitnesses,
nesses, eyewitnesses, while the others report-
ted threats or hearsay accounts
of the major's offenses.
The crimes he was chareed
with occurred In Oriente prov province,
ince, province, near Cuba's eastern tip.
Capt- Aristides Acosta, the of officer
ficer officer appointed by the court to
act as defense counsel, asked
that 'the trial.be mrea nearer
to the scene of tne alleged
crimes, but the request was de denied.
nied. denied. i.
Agriculture Minister Humbert
to Sorl Marin, author of Cuba'
new criminal code, presided o
Ver the court, i
At 4:45 a.m., nearly all of the
350 foreign 1 newsmen had left
the Sports Palace, as well as 90
per cent of the public.
The president of the trib-'
; naL Cori Marin was asked hv

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fantastic TrtK AliS, eilvla .'cltfa:i ft Hiompletioa' wtttoi W

a newsman In case the sen sentence
tence sentence was death would It be
carried out immediately, he
said he did not believe so be because
cause because it could be appealed.
Evidence Introduced acalnst
Sosa Included his past record,
which the prosecution said in included
cluded included prison terms for homi homicide,
cide, homicide, forgery 6f public docu documents
ments documents and Ueeai burial of
bodies.
The reelme of ousted
ident Fulgenclo-Batista pardon pardoned
ed pardoned Sosa for all his past crimes
and awarded him a number of
decorations and commendations
oosa, wno was handcuffed
was required to stand while the
charees agairtst him were read
He appeared at ease, even
ll RUfiJ 1 :BlaDsr u the in-
uiv,uiiciii, waa reaa oii
accu?el of guilt or
complicity in dozens of mur murders,
ders, murders, some of which were said
a Itbeen conun'tted by him
S,d f ther men under his com command.
mand. command. Freighter Here
With Ammunition
Batista Ordered
The small Danish freighter Lion
arrived in Cristobal early today
carrying.i ihipment of arms ori originally
ginally originally destined for the ousted
Cuban regime of Fulgencio Ba Batista.
tista. Batista. A vessel of $00 gross and 295
net tons, the Lion sailed from
Naples, Italy, on Dec. 18.
; Her destination was Havana.
But reportedly ... she was re-rout-
ea via radiogram, received at sea.
'The Lion's 'destination beyond
Cristobal teemed in doubt, this
morning. .r .r-Initial
Initial .r-Initial reports had it the rm,
aboard amounted to 7Q torn .of

DeLaGuardia,
Echandi Swap
Pen, Cufflinks
Two presidents drooped a brick vesterHnv Intomn.

tional applause followed immediately.
The presidents were President Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr. of Panama, and President Mario Echandi of Costa
Rica.
The bricks were of terra cotta color, and are in ef effect
fect effect the cornerstone of the $65,000 frontier post which'
the customs, immigration and health authorities of the
two countries are going to share where the Panamerican
Highway crosses the border. They were dropped into wet
concrete which the presidents had already shovelled ex expertly
pertly expertly into place.
The international applause came from the large
group of Panamanian and Costa Rican officials and
spectators which congregated on the border for the cere.

monies.
President de la Guardla's
shovelling technique 3howed
the benefit of the practice he
had put in at the inauguration
of the work on the Balboa
Bridge.
The customs house, whose
cost will be .shared .equally by
montns. t
It is not expected that the
ean jose-panama city section
of the Panamerican Highway
will be completed by then, but
it will be sufficiently far ad advanced
vanced advanced for regular traffic to be
using it in the frontier area.
The highway schedule envis
ages Just about everything but
some oi tne bridges being com
pleted on the highway within
two years.
By the same time, if plans
revealed at last weekend's Da Da-rien
rien Da-rien meeting between Panama's
Minister of Public Works Ro
berto Lopez Fabrega and his
Colombian opposite number
Virgillo Barco Vargas come to
fruition, there will also be a
jeep-standard pioneer road
through Darlen, linking Chepo
with the Colombian highway
system at a point not yet de determined.
termined. determined. As jeeps and other four four-drive
drive four-drive vehicles can negotiate
the detours round, the bridge bridge-less
less bridge-less gaps in the frontier sec section
tion section of the Panamarkan high highway,
way, highway, the Alaska-to-Straits of
Magellan Interamerican High Highway
way Highway will then be a reality, for
jeep drivers anyway.
President de la Guardia trav
eled to yesterday's meeting by
Chirlqul Land Comnanv licht
piane urom Panama to the
company's Puerto Arrnuelles
airfield), by banana railroad
scooter (from Puerto Arrnuelles
to San Antonio de Asserio) and
by four-wheel drive station
wapon from the rail line to the
frontier.
President Echandi flew down
to La Cuesta airport, then ieeD-
ed the few remaining miles to
tne meeting point, except where
Small Hound Found
Wandering Around
Is Now In Pound
A small brindle hound, apparent
ly wandering in search of its mas master
ter master yesterday in the Fort Amador
beach area, is just a mite un un-happier
happier un-happier today after having been
rnpounded by the Canal Zone mi military
litary military police.
The well-cared for animal .male,
4-inches high and weighing 25-
pounds is about six years old and
unlicensed It is beinc held at the
Corozal pound and may be claim claimed
ed claimed by its owner upon proper iden
tifies! on.
In ths event the dot is not claim claimed
ed claimed by Jan. 30 it will be offered at
auction on that date
Panama Dental
Congress Ooens
With Bohio Party
The second Panama Dental
Congress will begin today with
a cocktail party at 6 p m. in
the Agewood bohio.
Naclonal Quimlra, S.A., will
host the party In honor of
members participating In the

1 congress.

the newly-bulldc zed jeep track
jwung Inio Panamanian terri territory
tory territory to avoid a tocsteep hill hillside.
side. hillside. j'

Here the whtie-xnit-PH wo-
di, constituttohallv
remain in p6sta Rica territory,
muie, with a leafy branch
laid upoe the saddle t foil
the sun's strong; rays, and
thus preserve the comfort of v
the presidential anatomy.
A lone table laM ,Mii,u
flnnm .u- ,7", A
"""" w, Doraerime to e
grass-roofed structure built es-
pecially for the ceremony was
the center of the hlghly-lnfor-
for which the menu was cham champagne
pagne champagne scotch and soda- and
sandwiches m-ennriM wu
along at the" behest of th hmu
9omPay manager
Andy Holcombe. ;.
hancu presented de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia with a 15-cent pen which
his father AlherfcT B.H
Montero, then Costa Rica's for foreign
eign foreign minister, had used to in
1942 sign the Panama-Costa'
?"i"aAy..end.inK toe border
s.wuh;uh wmcn nad Dia Dia-gued
gued Dia-gued relations htwn Z. ;
countries for mart, w7 'i
rv i- r. --- j v.
rrJ.. Panted I- p
studded gold cuffltataeS
the rrnscoH fio. t "" rS
UM"" W1W1 Si, DRlr tT rliamninJ .. :
Costa Rica. The cuf fllnkr tost
nf.reat than"",
cents and had not been used
Fund For Republic's
Prexy Jays Brains 1
Alone Will Save lUl
NEW YORK (UPI) -. Robert?
M. Hutehins, president of the
Fund for the Republic, said
Wednesday night every American
must be educated to the limit''
of his capacity if democracy it
hj nurvive in me atomic era.
"I don't mean trained, amused.
exercised, accommodated, or ad--i
justed," he said. "I mean that hr
intellectual power must be deyel' A
oped."
Hutehins, former president od
the University of Chicago, spoke V
at a dinner at th rnmmrwtnv
Hotel during which he was pre
sented the Sidney Hillman A wswi.'
for meritorious public service;
Hutehins said history will hivt
trouble assessing American educa
uon in tne zotn century. 1 -"It
will see a oeoDl who mv
they are dedicated to educatiori?
and who are the richest in tht
world Indifferent to education ant.
unwilling to pay for it," he said
"It will see an educational lys
tern that delivers less education
per aoiiar tnan almost any. other,
saying that all it needs. Is" mom:,
money." A-ts.e''
He said the American people f
and educators v were United only
in that "both want education, with 'i
out pain, either intellectual or fi
nanclal." i
Pulitzer Winner :
Strinnfielrl Dies V-
ASHEVILLE, N.C., Jan. 1 23
(UPI) Pulitzer prize t winnln'f
composer Lamar Edwin Struts
field has, died here at the tge ct

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Labor News
And
Comments

THIS 1$ YOUH fOUUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
T),( Marl Im h an opsit torum for readers of Tht Panama Amtrlean.
' Letters am rcivd (ratafulty and ara handled In a wholly confidential
t MMMr.
If oo contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doetn t appear the
"Msr day. Letter are published in the order received.
lease try to keep the letters limited to one paee length,
h Identity of ratter writers it held in strictest confidence.
- This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions
" expressed in letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX

CASTRO AND THE U.S.
Sir:
How conspicuos can a hypocrite get? I'm referring to the U.S.
In the current Castro situation In Cuba.
Now they're voicing their opinion on the trials and executions
taking place by the revolutionary victors. "Unchristianlike" they
yell for the world to hear. "Unchristianlike" for the rebels to be
executing the accomplices of that murderer-dictator Batista in
such an "unruly" manner. And now they're threatening Cuba
With economic pressure.
The more they (U.S.) try of late to exhibit their so-called
'democratic way of life" to the world the more the world is be becoming
coming becoming aware of their hypocrital nature.
tw. its think that free-thinkine nations are forever

It, ...main rrevens of their miffht? Does the U.S. think that

free-thlnkin?, nations are forever going to cherish their lives more
than freedom South Americans nre not forever going to tolerate
these war-threats of the U.S. South Americans are not forever
going to "keep still" in the sight of U.S. guns, tanks, planes or
H-Bombs- for there is a limit to everyone's patience, tolerance
and fear. And when that time arrives, and it will, the U.S. will
have to exterminate not only one South American country with
their H-Bombs, but ALL. And then what? What will thev have
Rained then? Nothing but a corrupted conscience and fear
Fear of the U.S.S.R. no less. For Russia isn't going to sit-still
and watch another Nazi movement taking place.
Tor the United States' information, free-thinking people are
unforgetful of the support thev (U.S.) rendered to Batisto in sun sun-plying
plying sun-plying him with the arms that were used against the Cuban reb rebels
els rebels and to slaughter innocent Cubans. And not one peep such as
'Unchristianlike" was heard then from the U.S. concerning the
Batlstan slaughters.
The fact that the U.S. had stopped shipment of arms to the
... i. l ji .4 't u,a 4-ViAm antt nilvpr irflrfl

Bausia government a wane ago uvccu i. guc
This halting of arms shipment was brought about only AFTER
other democratic and decent-minded nations had thoroughly
denounced this vile accomnlishment. The U S, was fully aware of
the blood baths that had then existed under the Batista regime

.thinking Christian nation is ever going to accept the U.S. flimsy
excuse that too many diplomatic relations were involved under
the Batista regime to condemn Batista's crimes, for the SAME
.diplomatic relations are Involved NOW.
' Whether the rebels are wrong or not in the manner they
have been executing those butchers is not the point I'm at pres present
ent present debating. Perhaps their manner is one of hot-tempered na na-,...
,... na-,... uhioh n horrfiv Warned. The fact remains that since

the U.S. said nothing or did anything of value to condemn Batis-,

la's crimes during his regime uiey snoum iinewise uve nums
;to say NOW. In fact, as, the Cubans put It, they should stay en entirely
tirely entirely out of Cute's plltlcri
!' Cubans, particularly.JFldel Oastro and his rebelsare unlikely
to ever forget the suffering undertaken because of U.S. arms and
other supports, such as allowing Batista's planes to refueMt U.S.
tases, these people shed their blood to free Cuba and these same
'Deople are undoubtedly going to be willing to shed more if nec necessary
essary necessary to keep Cuba free and to preserve their way of life.

'J As I've said before, the trials and executions that are now
t.oVin Tilar. in Cuba may be unmannerly. But, it is Cuba s af

fairs, not any other nations's particularly the United States s.
r The Nixon incidents in South America has already clearly
.Indicated that South Americans are not forever going to digest
such vile attitudes on the part of the VS. And they had better
take warning NOW. L t
T Even here in Panama the flame of resentment towards the
VM. has attained a new spark since a few months ago. The U.S.
and Canal Zone authorlties's actions during the student-government
clash last May hasn't been forgotten in the least by Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian underdogs. And eventuallv this student-government cold
Jwar is someday going to blow wide open, as It did In Cuba, and
trar eyes will definitely be focused on the U.S. and Canal Zone s
factions then. ,
The student-government situation over here in Panama Is
Tery similar to Cuba's, if anyone has taken notice. Students were
Slaughtered in the streets of Cuba when it all began, as has
happened here in Panama. Panamanian underdogs will someday
jfeain courage, too, and flight back.

i cuDa is now iree. uunani ucscitc "-""" KVw
they paid for it was their blood. Their OWN blood And since the
J.& did nothing to help Cubans In the suppression, but rather
-HELPED to suppress them, they should keep their TRAPS SHUT!
And when we. too, here In Panama have cleaned out our belov belov-d
d belov-d country with the shedding of OUR blood, likewise should they
Should keep their traps SHUT!
As one famous man said: "Give me liberty or give me death
uirH Hoth tn o-flin llbertv. Cuba is now theirs; liberty

KiIAImiO 'wonfv -" v - ,
" v. .k. i... thaiv Ttra nt Ufa nri in.it,ic in also theirs.

JL3 DVW wiciio, uicu v. i in 111

'There You Can't See rHim

-81r:

Tt vnii heln me not. I bear you no ill-will

But should you condemn my good will;
then plagues I grant, If death be not
His will." ia tl
Reconsideration.

ASSIGNMENT OF QUARTERS

" Discrimination Definition: Unfair treatment.
i ih, trn. im t iovt two vears service where my wife has 10

X can only obtain quarters no one els wants, and if her 16 years

Could be honored we couia appiy ior mure uhii
, hr mmm r roreer emrjloves thev should be regard

'd as such and their seniority should also apply to quarters as assignment.
signment. assignment. The main object of the Housing Dept. Is to collect rent

wwno pays snouia nos m.nti.

By VICTOR RIESEL
CAPE CANAVERAL It was
natural that "moon-shooting"

would fascina e Jim Hoffa. Now
he's addin. outer space o his ju

risdiction. But he's starting from

the ground up here. For weeks

some of this toughest organizers

have been around this boom town
territory signing up the 325 "stock

clerks." They are the men who
keep track of and nur. the big
rockets from the moment of ar

rival at Patrick Air Force Base
un;il they are tenderly placed on

the lauching pads fa- the blast off.
Tho-e clerks are employes of
the Pan-A nerican Guided Mis Missiles
siles Missiles Range Division. If they fin finally
ally finally do get into some terrestrial
Teamster 'ocal their leader will be
Joe Morgan, with whom the Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan Committee has had some
difficulty. Morgan is the Team Teamster
ster Teamster Gene'al Organizer in the e
parts. He controls Ihree Florida
locals and ha., filed with the Na National
tional National Mediation Board for of official
ficial official recognition of the rocket
stock-clerks as Teamster members.

The first stage of this story goes
back to a Senate iracket-bus ing
committee hearing in December
19597. Brother Morgan was on the
witnes stana. This fellow who has
been holding mass meetings A
Cape Canaveral workers refused

even to tell the committee whether
he held otfice in the Teamsters,
or would he deny knowledge of
violence. His silence finally pro provoked
voked provoked Sen. Jarl Curtis to ask:
"Is h an established program
and policy of the union to organ organize
ize organize the unorganized by shooting,
beat.ngs, uynamiting places and
burning up property?"
The irecord tnows that Morgan,
organizer at our most sensitive
rocket base, replied:
"I claim my constitutional right
not to be Weed to be a witness a
gainst myself."
During the ques'ioning, commit--tee
counseloi Bob Kennedy asked
Morgan, who U an ot.icial of Flo Florida
rida Florida Teamsier Local 390, to tell
him about the local's president,
one Ernie Belle j. This is import important
ant important because Morgan touay is using
Local 390 as the official base or
his opera. ions at this rocket cen center.
ter. center.
Kennedy told the Senators that
Belles was formerly head of Buf

falo Teamster Local 375. He was
ousted by the rank-and-file. The
members took it as a personal
insult that $38,500 was missing

from the union's treasury.
Counsel Kennedy turned to Sen.
McClellan, who had been listening

with sheer disgust to the run down

or t iwiaa i vwigace, ana saia:

Mr. Charimsn, 1 would like to

say on Mr. Belles that we had this
information that he was involved

in the embezzlement of this $37,
000 or $38,000."

McClellan, with dripping disdain.

asked how it could De tnat an of

ficial involved in such activity in

one union local go down and be

come "a big shot in another."

It may be coincidence, but the

fellow who had been fighting

uelJes in Buffalo, and later took

over found dynamite under he

hood of his car. So Belles went
to Florida, became president of

L-ocai jyoy, was tougnt again and
was ousted by the rank-and-tue
here, too. But Morgan then made
him an organizer tor the local,

which now is moving into the rock
et base.

The Teamster who had the

courage to fight Belles in Florida
was ousted from the local, lis
just had no respect for the union's
type of noblesse oblige.

lhis, then, is the local which

now wants official government
certification for the Air Force

outer space ground units. These
"clerks keep track of the "hard

ware" on the base. They help

launch and track the missiles.

They are about one-third of the

full crew which accounts lor the

rocket logistics and runs go after

hundreds of other Pan-American

workers once they sign up the

stock clerks. They have set a

Feb. 1 deadline.

They want a quick settlement.

They don't want any dragged out

hearings before the Mediation
Board or negotiations with Pan A

iuuuu-siiuuuuB certainly iu i
going to get in the way of Hoffa 's

organizing.

mm

Memories Pay Off
By BOB RUARK

By golly, I got me predica predicament.
ment. predicament. I want to write my memoirs
and 1 don't know how. I am bulg bulging
ing bulging with trencnant stuff, but I don't
know what sort of angle to hand
it on.
The reason I want to write my
memoirs is that it seems to be
a very lucrative business. Harry
Truman couldn't haberdash very
good, and there is a divided vote
on his ability to remember accur accurately
ately accurately from the Presidential days,
but he wrote his memoirs and got
paid so much money that it took

the publishing house a year or so

of saving pennies to get even for

the advance. Harry was great with
giving 'em hell with his mouth,

but when he and his spook sat

EIRE STATIONS CLOSING?

Slr:-

t im m emnlnvp of the Canal Zone and have found ouj through

my job that they are planning a close-down of several fire stations.
It seems that the big brass have looked at the total of fires that have
occurred in the last year and decided since they haven't had many

res they can economize by closing a few tire stations ana wave me

il withnut inv fire Drciection.

I tnr nn am ecrsinst it hrause it so haoDens I am a heart case

kBd have already been saved by an emergency unit oi me nre
' n, t iwt msnv nthr whn suffer from heart disease are depend'

r ing on one piece of equipment which every fire truck carries. It is
' MtiiioiratAr snH is usarl for civinff oxveen when breathini is dls-

J Gcult. It is also used in cases of drowning, electrical shock, and
' many others.
'I Since hospitals are so far anart. and ambulances do not carry
'.- ra.nsritstnrn It ii a hlessinf to hava a fire station in the commun-

ity, ready to be of service. I have already instructed by family to
4,,'call a fire station in case of another attack and I know I will be
well taken care of. I urge all persons who have heart trouble and
' those who may need this fire department service to protest against
this new economy. ......
f- ..- By the same reasoning that they would gam by closing fires
stations because they do such a good job of fire prevention that there
, ere not many fires, why don't thev clo.e a police station, since
' there is not much crime in the Canal Zone? See how absurd that

. sounds?

I hone the Governor or whoever is responsible for this "econ

omy".move is ready to answer to the family of a fire victim, or a

I heart re as I am. when their lives could not be saved because the

. nearest nre station was closed down.

down at the piano, all that came
out was "Abide With Me." That
year they weren't buying spiritu spirituals,
als, spirituals, i
Now, Uncle Ike, he done real
good, because he got his single
literary effort classified as capit
al gains, representing a summa summation
tion summation of his life's work, and avoided
the normal tax on income. I must
say that Uncle Ike had the de
cency to give most of it back when
he got steady work being Presi President.
dent. President. The greatest old pro of them all,
Winnie the Church, never over overlooked
looked overlooked an easy buck in his lengthy
career. I believe he got his mem

oirs classified as antiques, and

Funtime

Answer to Previout Puzzle

IRE

ACROSS
1 Maidens
6 Social
gathering
11 Salt of oleic
acid
13 Irony
14 Leased
15 Place of
worship
16 Rifle
17 War god

19 Boon

i Coagulating
enzyme
4 Lett coin
SSainle (ab.)
6 Exclamation
of disgust
7 Indonesian of
Mindanao
8 Torn
9 Agreement
10 Shrieks
12 Redact

13 Dissipate

jWHn KESgU ESS
liiiiigiis

ftlERRY-Go -Round
' iDRBW PEARSON

25 Opiate
27 Periods of
time

companion for 18 Short-napped 29 Scores

funtime

20 Send forth
22 Make lace
23 Wagers
24 Trimmed
(Scot )
26 Stable
28 Adverbial
particle
30 Sea eagle
31 Mineral
spring
32 Hastened
33 Protect
3 Wheys of milk
39 Puddle
40 African worm
42 Communists
44 Pismire
45 Mischievous
child
46 Pedal digit
47 Creative force
50 Whole
53 Cubic meters
54 Sailed upward
55 Sailor's tales
56 Party
DOWN
1 Eat greedily
1 Intestinal
divisions

fabric

21 Lymphoid
tissue of
throat
23 Surpassing

33 Musical

composition
34 More torrid
35 Cathedral
church

37 Withdraw
from activity
38 Idolizes
89 Small flower
41 Mimics
43 Plants
48 Footed vase
51 Slight bow
52 Sailor

I Z ? 4 j j 7 i 9 10
ii iTl IT
EZ r
- .
ITfr f 5J WW
?:iiifeiii::
s r
If 1 LI
I I 1 I ,-J 1 1 1 1 hi

didn't even have to Bay tht can

tal-gainst bite, a England doetn t
bwn any such animal. His little

bounc.ng boy, Randolph, at the

moment is going the old man one

Detter. Kanuolph is doing the un

sanctioned memoirs of Sir Antuo

ny kaen, and his. premise is tnt

someoouy goofed on the Sues bit.

air Anthony has not oeen ivail

able for comment, but the Beav

erorook press has, since tney were
printing bits and pieces of th

Cburchillian precis on the trials
of poor old Tony in a changing

worio.
Sexier than "Forever Amber"
in terms of controversy was f ield
Marsnal Loro Montgomery ot A
lamein's book on how everybody
in the last major war was wrong
but him, and General Vveaemeyer
stole a leaf from the General Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery theme. What 1 never quite

understood ii why if everybody

was so wrong wny didn't some some-bouy
bouy some-bouy do something about it then.

when' they were working tor the
publ.c, on public' pay? This

Hindsight revelation business
mends lew fences, even if it is
profitable.
But we are coming into a bright
new age of the memoir business

witn tne expected souvenirs of
Sherman Adams, the needed man!
Adams got k.cked out of his job
by popular request for a slight
confusion of moral principle, a
Assistant President-of the United
States, he just couldn't see any
political harm in letting a little
man named Goldiine pick 'up hit
hotel tabs and buy him fancy
clothes. In a way he is pathetical pathetically
ly pathetically reminiscent of hot-headed Har Harry,
ry, Harry, the unsuccessful habefdashen,
Both had a fine disregard for the
intrinsic value of clothes, and bot'l
failed. v, i

PRESENTS SCROLL

TOKYO (UPI)-Dr. Israel Gold-

stein, president of the World Jew

ish Congress, yesterday presented
a scroll to the Jewish Community

center in Tokyu testifying to the

invincible spirit o' Judaism" in
the free world. Louis Jakob, rabbi
of the community accepted the
scroll in a ceremony at th Im-

perial Ho el.

LITTLE L.IX I

A-

hi?

If you could live your life over
ogoln you would probably start
sooner to moke the some mistakes.

tira

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If jeopardizing your public posi position
tion position as top hand for the Pres.dent
is suitable bait for memoirs. Sher-

man Adams' confidences ought to
do better than an entry of "J)r.

do as well at the inevitshla re

miniscences of Goldfine,' unless he
decides that the Fifth Amendment

vyuea 10 literature as well as

congressional hearings and forgot

ien casniers Checks

The only topper I can think of
is a sedate recollection called
"Who Flung the Stink Bomb in
Mrs. Murohv'i Tea Hniv h i

James Hoffa, the seif-sLyJed.aum.J

mer replacement for Genghis

"-"an ana Alexander the Great.
I have read recent memoirs by
two female drunks and a beat-up
author's mistress in his fading
days, but since I am not a female
drunk or a beat-up author's mis mistress
tress mistress I can't handle that hook, ei either.
ther. either. Frankly, I'm stuck.
But never let anybody tell you
I haVen't got a title, if I can find

something or somebody to get

ma or some lurid confessions
of oersonal frailty of set down
in livid prose. I rest, not ou the
Fifth Amendment, but on the title
"There Ain't No Such Animal, or.
You Can't Get There from Here.
Even to Eternity" bv Robert
Ruark, Everyman's Nobody.
The title alone ought to make
a wow of a picture.

WASHINGTON Whea SenCxyh

don jodusott cnllengeu rresiaeiit

tusennower to ieau or oe leu, nt

reaUy meant it. Almost immeuia

teiy atier reatune ine I'resiueni s

buia ot ihe LJ&iou message, jonu-

son oegan cnaruug ats owu course;
ot ieauerstup. irns may ue one ol

the most important developments

m tue year, uecause orumariiy

the Congress waits for the rVhite

House to lead.
"1 plan to aave a pubLc housing

bill on the rresideutt. de. oy

i to, l," ne tola srienos, "ami we

goi to do someuiing aoout the
oid people. Tnt, coi ot uving das
gone Ut while tneir income has

itmained toe same. Tneir neglect
is a crying sname,"
Johnson ticked off a long list ot
important prooiems facing the no notion
tion notion on wmcn ue piaoneu actiou.
Among them was juvenile delin delinquency,
quency, delinquency, rte nopts fteu.. iom iteii iteii-nings
nings iteii-nings of Missouri will work tur tur-uieiu
uieiu tur-uieiu ou tnu yroDlem. Aiiomer is
tne growing mno toward monopo

ly wiuch ben. Ssif: Uauver will

explore furtner. Another is a labor
bill.
"The Senate can't just sit back
and criticize, : Jonnson toid
mends. "We've got to be construc constructive
tive constructive If the administration isn't go going
ing going to give us any leadership, we'll
have to give them some new .ideas.

W want to get some oi the best

men irom the colleges, irom busi business,
ness, business, from science to advise us.
Jonn&on is particuUily worried
about uie stymied state of atfaus

with Russia. Dur.ng the Height of
the filibuster fight, wnilc. he was

successfully wooing votes over to

his side, he was atso on the phone

urging that top U.S. leaders be
included in the Eric Johnston din dinner
ner dinner ior Deputy Premier Mikoyan.
"We've got a great chance to
show this m.n wnt the USA is
like," Johnson tolu some of his

intimates. "The Stat Department

unt doing much about, him, so
left make sure he tees the- right
people."
As a result some of the top lead leaders
ers leaders on Capitol Hill attended the
Mikoyan dinner. ;
It's no secret that deposed GOP
leader Joe Martin was hurt to the
quick when Republicans voted to
throw him out after 20 year's ser service.
vice. service. However, what Joe old El

senhower, nen the President

tried to cinciliate him on the tele telephone,
phone, telephone, is still secret.
"Joe, I hope you will continue

to come to the leaders' mee tines

at the White House every Tues

day," pleaded Ike. "We need Jfonr
sagacious advice."' ;
'No thanks, Mr.- resident, Mar
tin replied in polite but clipped

tones. "It wouldn't be right for me

to, attend the meetings, now that,

l nave been thrown out of my job

and no longer njoy an official po
sjtion of leadership."

Note' Friends of Joe Martin
are convinced that, in addition to

the White House, x-Gov. Tom

Dewey of New York had a hand

in throwing him out as Republican

leader. They point to the fact that

Reps, John Taber, waiter Riehl

man. clarence Kilburn and Wil-

liom Miller; all from upstate New

"York where the Dewey mach ne

is potent, turned against Martin

They were all Martin's friends.

But several liouri before the vot

ing, Taber' indicated 'that he was

being pressured to tote' for Hal

keck, and that '.he might not be
renominated for' Congress Hn 1900

if he didn't; a.

At tne wnite tioi e not long ago

postmaster ueneroi Arthur sum

merfirled was discussing his bud budget
get budget and expounding on the propos proposed
ed proposed boost of the four-cent first class
mail' .stamp tofive .cents.
V President Eisenhower listened
politely, butseemed to have a f ar ar-away
away ar-away lookvin his eyev 1
Summerfirled thought for a min minute
ute minute that he might be boring the
President, but was reassured when
Ike explained: V

"Forgive me, Arthur, but I can't
help indulging in. a litue memory
at you talk about the mail ser service.
vice. service. As a boy i hao a burning
ambition to be pony express rid-
w It's no secret that Senate i ader
Lynoon Jonnson held out Moice

committee assignments as bait to
w.n flew Senators to the southern
sloe ir. the fagot to 'save tne tui tui-buster.
buster. tui-buster. His ngut-hand man in the
backsuge wheeling ono dealing
was Montana s somber sen. Mike
Mansfield. Aiier one backstage
huduie, lilionois' big,,: genUe bun.
Paul Douguas, leaner ol tne anti
tiiiouster lorces, wrapped an arm
around Manstield's aaoulder. oad
toid him throatiiy : "We have ho
committee assignments to oiler,
Mike Me huve nninins tn nltor

except an aopponunuy to serve
our country.". ..secretary of State
uuues, appreuensive aoout Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic atiacat, daf been courung
oeute ieuer Jonaton lite a higa
school sen.or in June. Duties Mil Mil-aom
aom Mil-aom ma.es a move wiuiout phon phoning
ing phoning Lynoon. .One higa Jtepubncta
siippeu arounu to se jtoriuer m m-siaent
siaent m-siaent 'ixuman during bis recent
vas'hnBiou vtsi't.' iue jecret GOP
visitor was Secretary of State Dul Dulles'
les' Dulles' brouier,'meUigeaee:cniei Al Allen
len Allen Dunes. suc a crowd turned
out ior onio 'Gov. Miie 'DiaaiM a
going-away dinner.' ill lOleao be be-xore
xore be-xore ms ueparmre lor 'CoiumDus
tnat Miite ien moved:, to say: !'l

nave oeen given, .several going-a
way parues,- but never bfeiore nas
there been sucn. a big, crowd ;to
uiaxe sui e 1 was, goin.''. . Re Re-pubbcan
pubbcan Re-pubbcan headquarters has otter

ed to write balance-the budget
speeches lor any UOP'Congress-

man vviio win oeuver one. ineme

ot tne speeches,: livery -dollar Con

gress appropriates beyond the Ei-

senhower budget, is money out 'of
the housewives', pocketbook. s

Here ore some of the statements
dropped by Deputy Premier Miko

yan as he invaded the citadels of

big business across the nation:1
.;;'" '
"There is a difference of time
of eight hours between Moscow a
Washington. So when you stop
working we only begin working. .. ..
We are neighbors, especially since
your new state (Alaska) is very very-near
near very-near to Siberia. I would like to
congratulate you on having this
new state, our nearest neighbor,
Today we have set it as our ob objective
jective objective to catch up and overtaki
America from the point of vie

,of living standards and .producti

vity, dome Americans even loot
upon that as a sort of an insult
How can anyone catch up with
Up?' they say, But, first, of all
lxwant to say that if we' set thu
as our objective, werecogniie foi
the time-being' you lare above u:
from the point, of your materia
productivity, which means thai
there is much to learn from you It
former times, some people might
even have been able to makt
money on war. Formerly, only thi
people at the front died in the war.
Now poeple, if there were to bi
a war, would be dying everywhere
. .Perh.'ps you do not trust our
traders enough, although in thi
history of our trade with Ameri

ca mere nave Dee n no conflicts
with American businessmen. Rus Russians
sians Russians like to bargain hard, but
when the bargain is made they
fulfill it. You, of course, are bet better
ter better businessmen than we are. t
is not a compliment but a fact,"

TUT NIW DRUGS
MOSCOW (UPI)Drugs to keep
normal a human space traveler's
blood circulation and breathing
are being tested in the Soviet
Unions it was reported yeterdav

The newspaper lUedical Worker

p-inted statements by scientists
on their preliminary research in

"cosmophysiolocy." a new' study

of the effects of outer space on

uving imngs.

APPEALS IXPULSION
ROME (UPI) Prof. Riccardo
Galeazzi-Liii, physician to the late
Pope Pius XII, has appealed his
expulsion from the Rome Medical
Society, legal sources reported
yesterday. Galeazzi-lisi wa ex

pelled by the society Dec. 12 fot

selling intimate reports and pho pho-tograohs
tograohs pho-tograohs of the last hours of the
Pontiff to the press. :

as a i esaSk. . vsr

7

STOCKHOLDERS OF
CERVECERIA NACIONAL, S. A.
(National Brewery Inc.)
We wish t6 remind you lht the regular
General Assembly of Stockholders f this
Company will be held in our New, Plant in
Pasadena; Trans-isthmian Highway, on Mod Mod-day,
day, Mod-day, January 26, 1959, at 7 p.m.
In accordance with our By-Laws, thi
meeting can not be held unless one-half plus
one of the total number of stockholders are
present or represented' by proxy, and a
minimum of one-half of the capital slock is
''represented.. s ,?
Stockholders who are unable to attend this
meeting, SHOULD MAIL JWVR PROXIES
in due time to Apartado No. 536, Panama
City. '
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JANUARY 24 8 A.M. TWO WEEKS
OUR YEARLY PRE INVENTORY LIQUIDATION WITH
REDUCTIONS OF 1 to 50

ALL SALES STRICTLY CASH All SALES FINAL NO EXCHANGES NO RETURNS

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ALL REGULAR GOODS BUT BROKEN SIZES PERFECT CONDITION

Ef 587.50 3 pc. Dacron suits ..... $ 57

$75.00 3 pc. Dacron suits $45
$60.00 suits reduced to j36.0
$55.00 2-panls suits reduced to . $33.00
$45.00 suits reduced to $27.
$35.00 suits reduced to -.$21.

A SPECIAL LOT OF
WASH'N WEAR SUITS
FEATHERWEIGHT
SIZES UP TO 40 only

NOW $17.10

HASPEL SUITS

V PURE WHITE CLEAN ;
Sizes to 40 only in Reg. Short -Long
Bcauss of Sizes, as are
45.W SUITS REDUCED TO $18,50
COTTON CORDS
TAN ONLY FULLY WASHABLE
' All Sizes to 46 in
Regular Short Long
$30.00 SUITS REDUCED TO $10.50
SOME WITH 2 PANTS TO $15.00
WASH'N WEAR
BROWN BLUE GREY
All sizes up to 48
Regular Short Long
Fresh Goods Firsts Clean
REDUCED TO $28.50

NORTHCOOL
DINNER
JACKETS
iejiiiw $32.50 35.00
SINGLE
Double Breasted
Sizes 34 to 46
ALL MODELS
About 80 of them
TO CLEAR
At a price to really
clear them in a
few dayg
NOW
$1750

SPORT
COATS
for Men of
all sizes and shapes
1,000 of them
Buy 2 or 3 at once
Coats up to $35.00
STRAIGHT 40 OFF
You Read the Price
Tag and if it Says $18.00
you know it is
NOW $10.80
And so forth
Some Leisure Jackets
Regular $12.00
NOW $7.20
FEW BOYS Sport COATS

$9.75

MEN'S
SLAX
3,000 Pairs
For work r
For play
For dress
For economy

Up Date Your Slax Wardrobe
From This Galaxy Stock
Cotton Cords, Rayons, Dacron, Dacron Blends,
Tropical Worsteds, Flannels
$6.75 to 7.50 SLAX $3.95
AH Slax from $7.50 to $20.00
PRICED AT 40 OFF
DRESS SLAX for Boys -v"
CHECKS ONLY
TO CLEAR $2.95

IT WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE TO DISPLAY EVERYTHING AT ONE TIME. IT WILL PAY TO COME IN 2 OR 3 TIMES DURING THIS SALE

Cottons
Rayons
Nylons
Dacron
Batiste
Swiss Cotton
Saknd.C6itott
Vprt SiH?:
Long Sleeve
Short Sleeves
Ivy Leagues
If It's I
Model or
Type you
wear w
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SPORT- -im
SHIRTS Vi

VALUES
to 4.50

,V 2.95

VALUES
to7J0
NOW 3.95

Our Famous
DAMON
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BARTLEY
SHIRTS
AH 8,50 10.00
l!07 4.95

STOCK
Up for
the Next
Six Months

BEACH COATS long sleeves
solid colors
8.50 NOW $ 5.10
.Tine cotton men's HANDKERCHIEFS
$1.10 doz.
ATI stretch one sizes MEN'S SOX
solid solors Reg. $1.00
NOW 3 for $2.00

A GROUP OF PURE SILK TIES Q r
VALUES TO 5.00 EACH .... jC,

MANHATTAN TIES
Values to $1.95 ....

65c.

MANHATTAN DRESS SHIRTS

White
Colors
Checks
Oxfords
Batiste
Pin Dots

Low -t:
l' .M band'
14" fivr,,,e
Sale r j"

Fine driU sport SHORTS. ....... .

t)tW (Shorter SHORTS)
BATHLN6 TRUNKS Values to $4tf0
towel SHIRTS, white, blue ........
WASHABLE MEN'S COTTON ROBES . w. .-.

$1.65
$2.95
$2.95
$1.95
$1.95
$3.95

MEN'S KNITTED SHIRTS

TO CLEAR

MEN'S BATHING ENSEMBLES
IN COTTON AND RAYONS

CABANA SHIRTS WITH

MATCHING TRUNKS

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$7.50

All Shirts up lo $4.50 reduced lo $ 2.95
An Shirts up to $5.50 REDUCED TO $3.95
All ShirU up lo 6.95 REDUCED TO $4.95
ALL CLEAN FRESH GOODS
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MEN'S SILK PAJAMAS, ONE AND ALL STRAIGHT 50 Off
MEN'S COTTON PAJAMAS, Regular or Briefs, Values to 4.50 $2.95
MEN'S UNDERSHORTS, colors . .65 ea.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS, fine quality ....,. .65 ca.
Pure SILK BOWTIES, $1.65 NOW .65 ea.

A LOT OF BEST' QUALITY MANHATTAN TUXEDO SHIRTS

BROKEN SIZES SLIGHTLY SOILED
PERFECT AFTER ONE LAUNDERING

Values All of them
wsssammmasamBam

.75 to $8.50 to clear .

$2.95

English made LEATHER CASES
Reduced 50 of original prices
BELTS all sizes $1.00

"HICKOK" BELTS up to $4,00
NOW

$1.50

YOU ARE REMINDED THAT DUE TO LACK OF SPACE
everything can not he shown at onetime. New Suits Slax,
Shirts, etc., will be BROUGHT OUT DAILY

W SIX EXTRA CLERKS IN ATTENDANCE
STORE HOURS DURING SALE
; 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon 1:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

NO ALTERATIONS ON CLOTHING

OUTSIDE OF THE CUFFS ON PANTS

:a,:,: AND SLEEVE IJENGTH ADJUSTMENTS

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Sf. lUKE'S SPRING FESTIVAL TO FEATURE
QARUEN TOURS. PORTRAITS BY ARTISTS
i Fun and entertainment will be provided

. -t Mnnan'i narcfens tomorrow

"."7.: -1 C-rin, Festival

mi nrpceii I its uuiiuai ui""'i

Th festival committee nas annouuten

for all age

when the Cathedral

of

Meeting

Curundu Cub Scout
Cub Scout Pack Seven of Curun

times for two

Irarden tours the first at 10:30 a.m., another at s:iv p.m.
. Another outstanding attraction will be two weU-tavwn
Isthmian artists. Mrs. Catsy Taylor will draw silhouettes
land Mrs Elva Fairchild will do crayon portraits.
Prizes for various games of chance will Include stuffed
toyi and balls for children. Three door prizes will be award award-!d,to
!d,to award-!d,to lucky ticket holders.
' The Governor's Scooter will run at intervals from the
I Balboa Station to Mohan's Gardens on Gaillard Highway.

Albrook Dane
Nxt Wk
.Albrook Teen Club members
tive nianned a Bermuda Hop for

next Thursday evening from 7 to
min in the CJirl Scout Room of

the Youth Activities Building at
Albrook Air Force -Base.
'Dancing, prizes and refreshments
irill highlight the evening.

Orchid Chapttr
Matting Tonight
.Orchid Chapter

the Eastern Star, will have a spe

cial meeting this evening at 7 at

the Scottish Rite Temple in Balboa.

After the initiatory degree is con

ferred, refreshments will be serv
ed.

du will meet th.s evening at

the Scout House in Curundu.

parents are urged to attend.
An interesting program will
followed by a social period.

IP
All
be

Altimira Club

The regular meeting of the Al-

tamira Cotillion Club v. ill be new

Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the u u-sual
sual u-sual meeting place. All members

are ureed to attend.

Plans are being made by club
members for a visitors' night next

Fridav at Kelvin's Place in Rio

Abajo. All Sister Club are invit
ed to attend.

my. BROADWAY
Ui X by Dorothy Killgallen

By OSWALD JACOBY '.
Written -for NEAaryica

A

One, Order of

WfMAK FR1HNDS

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Curundu V.F.W.
Plant Steak Fry

Plans have been announced for
a steak fry and dance February
22 by V.F.W. Post 3822 at Curundu.

Dinner will be served from 2 to

5 p.m., with dancing starting at
6 p.m.

Benson Terms Cos
Of Farm Programs

Indefensible'

MISS MIDNIGHT'S
NOTEBOOK
They were supposed to have
called off the romance, but Elaine
("Goldilocks") Stritch was Ben
Gazzara's midnight date at El Mo Morocco
rocco Morocco the other night-inaking her
the last girl he aw before he left
town. Screening audiences are
bursting into usually enthusiastic

applause after private snowius-
Sophia Loren's new film, The
Black Orchid". .The Burton
Lanes divorce case, about to hit
the courts, promises to keep
Broadway show foL scanning the
gazettes. . .Insiders say the last
Hr.ft f th Debbie Reynolds-Ed

die Fisher property settlement

was as long as a novelette -ine
Llond beauty in those foam shave
TV tommerclals is society's Pa

mela Curr an Sweeny. . trean

Jimmy Stewart with the most

adorable quote of the new year.
H told the. British press, "I'm

not mixed up. I mean, I might

seem mixed up to a psychiatrist

but I'm not to myself and thats
ill that matters."

B- NU!M

When a husband and wife send
out Christmas cards signed by
hand it doesn't matter which one s
name is written first. It can be
either Alice and Henry Smith or
Henry and Alice Smith.
" c If the card is being sent to a

rW friend the last name, of

course, can be omitted.

Firit Child Born
To Mr. arid Mr. Caldtron

Announcement has been made
in Panama Citv of the birth of a

baby, their first, to Mr. and Mrs.
Juan Manuel Calderon. The baby
arrived January 16 in Los Ange Angeles.
les. Angeles. The maternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Armando Testa, receiv

ed, the announcement by cable.

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(Continued on Page 6)
Requiem Mass
At Christ Church By-tho-Sea In
Colon tomorrow th 6 a.m. mast
will b taid for th repot of th
soul of Reginald Kirton, who
died Jan. 22, 1957.
Mr. Kirton had bn employed
at th Club Tropical for many
yr$rH wa th husband of
Mrt. Btric Kirton.
Th requWm matt will b taid
by Father Farmr.

LIVING COST UP

NEW YORK (UPI)-The Com Community
munity Community Council of Greater New

York reported today that the costs
of goods and services needed by

a local tamny lor "an adequate
but modest" level of living had

ixiisen.4.5 ner cent as of October,

11958, compared to the same month

in 1957.

NEW YORK, Jan. 23 UPI)
- Secretary of Agriculture Ezra
Taft Benson said today the opera

tion and cost of Ihe nation s larm
programs were "fantastic and indefensible."

He estimated the government
would have a surplus hoard of
farm products worth more than
nine billion dollars in inventory for
under loan by next July, and that
the cost of storage aud. interest on
these stocks will be one billion
dollars a year.
"This is fantastic and indefen indefensible,"
sible," indefensible," he said.
Benson made his remarks in a
speech prepared for delivery be before
fore before the National Industrial Con

ference Board at the Hotel Lomo-dore.

He estimated the Agriculture
DeDartment will spend during the

current fiscal year $7,300,000,000 of
which about $5,000,000,000 is for

nrneramas for stabilization of

farm nrires and farm income.

These expenditures, he said, do

not benefit farmers alone.

"Many of them have generil

benefits that are national and in

ternational in scooe." he said. "It

is unfair to our farmers to at

tribute all these expenditures as

being for their benefit alone."

Bensan said that while many

far moroerams "are of direct

benefit to all our people," the pub

lie is '.'rightly'.' concerned about

the size of the budget for agncul

ture. '. '

H2iss
oCaura (Burgos,
tpecial representative of

s

6t mat t &

will give beauty consultations morn morn-ings,
ings, morn-ings, and classes in the afternoon,
from
MONDAY, JAN. 26 at

rfr
It&h ill r

Clue to Maria Callas' method of
keeping her weight down. At Quo
Vadis the bther afternoon her
meal consisted of raw" chopped
steak and black coffee.'. .The Chi Chicago
cago Chicago mansion belonging to Mollie

Netcher Bragno may De purcnas-

ed by the Windy City as a resi

dence for its mayors. Mouie pians

to move, more or less permanent

ly, to New York. .The David
Schines of the hjtel clan expect a

baby in August.

Robert i res'on and nis wue,

who drove out to the West Coast

as cart of his vacation from The

Music Man," were a bit worried

about encountering stretches of

road with no appealing restarur

ants. So they equipped their car

with a small refrigerator filled

with an assortment of gourment
goodies. .Steve Allen and Jayne

Meadows are conferring with
Freddie Brisson about the possibi possibility
lity possibility of making "The Gazebo" as

ah Independent movie production

this Summer, with Steve and

Jayne an the leading roles. Wal

ter blezak u opposite Jayne in the

current Broadway version.

Connie lowers, a pretty singer

who playeu the New York supper

clubs but never made it big. has

returned to Gotham as one of those
show business stories. She's here
to promote her first motion pic picturein
turein picturein which she co-stars with

John Wayne and William Hol Hol-den.
den. Hol-den. She got the important break

quite by atciderit; director John'

rum saw ner ai a social eacner-

ing, was impressed by her appear-

ance ana asked ner to test for the

movie.

Esther Williams mad lmnt

$1,000 a day .ast year as executive

of that swimi..ing pool company...

urson uen, at tne present engag

ea in doing comedy routines at
the Village Vanguaa-d, will be a

sciiuus acior portraying a psy-

cniatrist 11. the flicker "Anato
my of a Murder". Dorothv Sum.

off Is recording an album of songs
made famous by Gertrude

Lawrence. .Jazz nianist Phinea

Newborn and his wife don't plan

a reconciliation, although they are
expecting their second child with

in a tew months

Frances Faye, who has been

out of action since she broke her
hip, is well enough to go night night-clubbing
clubbing night-clubbing now. But she won't be

aale to work again for six or eight
weeks. .Briaitte Bardot and T.k

Taylor have something in com

mon asm from their ability to

make headlines. Both wear the
same kind of- Oriental pajamas;
they order them by the dozen' from
a Hon Konjr tailor.
Shade of the 1020s: Socialist
"loft parties'! are in vogueagain
in Greeinwich Village, with enter-

tainment provided by local folk

singers, -Mickey Rooney is de

Ugh ed with tht world at we go
to press. He expects his new mo

vie. Tne st Mue,. to mase

him a mint, and his Tomance with
Barbara Thomason is progres

sing serenely.

The automatic vending industry

plans a powerful movement to per

made -the Washington lawmakers

that what this country needs is a

new' two-cent coin. .A musical co comedy
medy comedy titled "The Buccaneer"! was
due to make the crossing from

England to Broadway this year

but it will premiere in New York

under another title because of the

Hollywood turn with the same

name.
The "young manM- who forced
his way .nto. George Grizzard's
dressing room backstage at "The

VisencfidOied the other night
saying, "I'm Mr. ''Crissard's new
valet," turned out, on closer in

spection, to be a Junior Miss. An
ardent fan, that's all.

What kind of homes are those
ellows planning to build? The

Home Builders Convention is flv-

lng the Minsky Show from the

Dunes in Las Vegas to Chicaeo for

one performance. (Maybe they're

si aying tne possibility of instal installing
ling installing a striper in every- rumpus
room.)

some of the chaps who made

tnat -ecent tour with Bob' Hope are
getting chuckles with' their favor favorite
ite favorite souvenir books of matches
from the Officers Club in Moron,

opBui. me mavcnoooKS are neat neatly
ly neatly inscribes "Moron -O f f i c c e r
Club."

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On CFN Next Week

Today's hand is from the Na National
tional National Mixed Team championships

and Illustrates fine play and ne
fense.

Most South players wound up at

six spades and- invariably the
queen of diamonds would be open
ed. South would take the ace,
draw two rounds of trumps and
lead back his little diamond.
East would be in with the king

and would lead back the jack of
clubs.

South would take his ace and

start running trumps and East

and West would have to make a

lot of discards. At most tables
West would discard clubs early
and South would make the hand
on a squeezez.z On the last trump
lead West would have to discard

down to two hearts in order to
keep the high diam'ond.. Dummy
would throw away 'it's' last dia
mond and East would also have

to go down to two hearts in

order to guard the clubs.

When Billy Rosen of Chicago
sat East he broke up the squeeze
most effectively by '.- discarding

the king of clubs as his first dis

card.

Unis Rosen sitting West rea

izezd that she would have to hold
the queen of clubs nd she kept
that card and a high diamond.
This enabled Billy to hang on to
his three hearts and declarer had
no way to make his contract.

BAPTIST CHURCH -fr-PARAISO
A week of revival crusade be begins
gins begins at the First Baptist Church erf
Paraisd on Sunday through Friday.,
These meetings begin nightly at
T:30. r
The Rev. Sylvanus A. Scarlett,
the very capable pastor of the
First Isthmian Baptist Church and
a successful preacher of many
years experience, will be the
preacher for the campaign for
Sunday night
Gospel hymns and choruses

througbtout the crusade will he
sung, the choir of the church lead

ing the singing with Arthur Wal Walters
ters Walters song leader.

Sunday in the church is going to

be a Missionary Day at the Curun Curundu
du Curundu Protestant Church.
During the 11 o'clock worship
service Dr. Paul Adolph will, de deliver
liver deliver the missionary messace. Dr.
Adolph graduated from Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia College of the Bible, Wheaton
College, and graduate school erf
Medicine of the University of Penn Pennsylvania.
sylvania. Pennsylvania. He is a fellow of the
American College of Surgeons.
Dr. and Mrs. Adolnh spent 15

years in China, with the China In
land Mission. During those years
he was medicat director of the

China Inland Mission, professor of
Atonomy in St. John's University,
Shanghai. He was also surgical

consultant in the Shanghai Chinese
General Fosoital and in charge of
the China Inland Mission nursing
home.

During the war years of World

War II he served with the Medical

Corps in England, Verdun. Franca,

and in the German Prisoner f

War Hospitals. Cherbourg Pe

nisula, France. In 1946 he retired

from the Army with the rank of
lieutenant colonels
During the year of 1949-1950 ht
spent as a medical missionary in
the mountains of Kentucky. Sine1
1951 he hat been the directors of
the Chicago Missionary Medical
Office, Here he has given his time
and talents to evaluate 'and ex examine
amine examine prospective missionary can candidates
didates candidates for mission boards. He bal
served as chairman of the Missions
Committee of-the Christian Me Medical
dical Medical Society and has been one ol
the consultants for the society's
journal.' 1 t
Dr. Adolph is also' an auhc auhc-His
His auhc-His books are: "Surgery 'SteaxV
to China", "Missionary 'Health
Manuel". "Health ShalT Soring

Forth", and "Triumphant living'V

The last book is due to appeal
this month in book stores. Tht.

Adolphs have two sons. Harold,, it

an intern ot uorgas nospiiai ano
Robert in training as a medical
technologist at Mt. Sinai Hospital
in Chicaeo. Both sons have th

mission field in view for theit

lif's calling. r

During the service the Choir will
sing under the direction of Mrs,
Harold Adolnh. The selection is
"Stand Up, Stand Un ForJesui .",
Other services at the church nn

Sunday are: Spanish Sun day

School vat 8:30 a.m. The English
Sunday School begins promptly, at
9:30 a.m. In the evening the youth
eroups will meet at 6 n.m. The'
Evening Gosoel hour will bu at
7:00 p.m. with the pastor, Rev.
Milton K T idhn preaching on the
Subject. "Be A Missionary ,At'
Home." :),-.,: :'hi
The public is invited to attr-nd
these services at the Curundu Pro-
testant Church, 'Nurseryfacilitles'
are provided and there; is ample
parking space. ? rV ? .ff .i

Flying Kind...
Experts See Saucers Saucers-Coming
Coming Saucers-Coming Into Their Own

A number of new nroerams r

to make their bows over CFN-TV
during the coming week and in

addition several old favorites will
be returning to the airwaves. All
are half-hour shows, scheduled to
begin 13-week runs.

Colonel March of Scotland Yard.
to be telecast at 9 n.m.' on Sun,

days beginning Jariiary2, takes 1

tne viewer behind the scenes at
London's famous police headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters. Three shows have been slated
to make their debut on Thursdav,
Jan. 29. They are Willy, which
depicts the adventures of a fem female
ale female "private eye." to be seen at
10 p.m.; Robin Hood, a top juve juvenile
nile juvenile program, scheduled for 5 p.
m., and Star Performance, dra
matic presentation, which' will fill
the 10:30 p.m. slot. Another va

riety drama is The Star and the

Story, starting its run on the Isth

mus at 8 p.m5iaturaay, Jan., 31.
Among the comedy programs
scheduled is My Little Margie,
which is to occupy the 9 p.m.
viewing time beginning Saturday,
Jan. 31.
The second presentation in the
Art Laboe seres also is set for
January 31, at ,2:30 p.m. This
teen age dance show, which ori originates
ginates originates on the West, Coast, puts
the accent on rock'n'roll music
with many appearances by guest
stars.

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every suit.
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bids two clubs. What do you do
now? 1
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)n Saturday, January 24
Pony Ride q Cake Sale

q Bazaar q Ring Toss
q Feed the Goose
q Parachute Jump
0 Dunk the Girls
NINTH ANNUAL
SPRING FESTIVAL
i..
CATHEDRAL of ST. LUKE
Door Prizes Refreshments
FUN FOR ALL

IB

A shocking, yet calm, etimate
of what has been done, wnat is

being done and what may very
soon be done to turn men into
robots is told in a new book by
Adous Huxiey which was placed
In circulation this week by the
Canal Zone Library.

The book, entitled "Biave wew

World Revisited" described he

threat that comes from the pow power
er power of propaganda through the use
of new laboratory discoveries to

control, the mmd. Huxley scruti

nizes these and other threats to.

humanity and demonstrates why

we will find it virtually impossi impossible
ble impossible to resist them.
In this new book the author of
the 1932 bestseller, "Brave New

World," also assesses his earlier
book in the light of the present

day.

the complete list of new books

and their authors follows:

NON-FICTION- The Circle of
Kaith, Bach; Essays in Apprecia Appreciation,
tion, Appreciation, Berenson: Bowling for
Falcaro: Repairing Hi-fi Systems,

Fidelman; Mistress to an Age,
Herold; Brave New World Revi Revisited,
sited, Revisited, Huxley; Thoughts in Soli Solitude,
tude, Solitude, Merton; The Troubled Child,
Moak; Leyte, Morison; Book of
Dogs, National Geographic Socie Society
ty Society Flesh, Zen Bones, Reps; Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Mission, Riesen; Battle for
the Mind, Sargant; Out of my
Heart, TurnbulLx
FICTION Swear by Apollo,
Barker; The Affair of the Exotic
Dancer, Benson; All that was
Mortal, Dempsey; Balthazar, Dur Dur-rell:
rell: Dur-rell: Murder on the brain, Heck-stall-Smith;
Wind Rose, Hull; Na Na-bokov's
bokov's Na-bokov's Dozen, Nabokov, A Man
had Tall Sons, Ostenso, The Week
of the Wives, Rodger; Beginner'!
Luck, Somers.
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HONG KONG (UPI) Chinese
Communist authorities in Inner
Mongolia arrested ; three Protes Protestant
tant Protestant and 10 Roman Catholic Chi

nese for allegedly- conspiring to
overthrow the Peiplng regime, ac according
cording according to reports receive Jiere
yesterday. '.

CHATSWORTH. Calif. (UPI)

A true flying saucer, made of the

same material which catches tne

drippings from your cup of cof

fee or tea, as the case may De,

was foreseen today by John Bur

ton, former chief metallurgist of

England's alC a m m el-Laird Ar Arsenal.
senal. Arsenal. 1

Burton who now makes his home

here and experiments with sili

con, the raw material from which

glass and other ceramic products

are fashioned, says the idea ot a

flying machine made of a ceram

ic is not crackpot, ,.

"It has long been recognized by
aerodynamics experts that the
saucer is the near perfect shape

for maximum lift, speed and man maneuverability
euverability maneuverability in flying," he explained.

. "Prototypes, while still in the
experimental stage, have been
successfully flown, and it's just
a question of a short time- De De-fore
fore De-fore they will be in production.
"As to their being made of ce ceramic,
ramic, ceramic, the recent breakthrough by
the Corning Glass Works in the
development of their pyroceram
makes this not only a possibility
but a reality."
Burton notes that Pyroceram,

which does not expand under heat

and does not contract under cold,
is already in production as the

material used in nose cones of

guided missiles.

He points out that refinements

in glass have always gone hand

in-hand with developments in ci

vilization, saying:

"We would have no science at

all if it weren't for glass."

Among such products, he nam

ed telescopes, mirrors. radio and

television tubes, light bulbs and

chemical apparatus.
"Pyroceram," he said, "is the
first in a whole new series of
materials which will revolution revolutionize
ize revolutionize man's entire concept of en-"gtneering."'

This is not a fantastic idea, he

said, and the new product has

been applied alerady to structural
parts in aircraft, piston heads, ex exhausts
hausts exhausts valves, compressor blades,
ball bearings, brake shoes, and
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Hears Discussion :
By Dr. Raotucci
Dr. Daniel Paoluccl, coordinat coordinator
or coordinator of the personnel programs
staff. Panama Canal Co., Was
guest speaker yesterday at a meet

ing of the ( anal Zone Federal
Safety Council, !f

Lawrence W. Chambers, council

chairman, was host to-the group
at the snecia! luncheon session.

Paolucci, whose topic was "Devw

eloping a Work "Force," outlined

the developments in labor, work-

ng conditions and equipment dur

ing the past SO years, and describ described
ed described the close coordination 6f mon

ey, materials, equipment andoeo-

pie. He also discussed modern

management, techniques relative
to the .testing, placing and train training
ing training of personnel for industry to today
day today and forecast some of the pos possible
sible possible results of automation.

Chambers anpointed Capt. Er Ernest
nest Ernest Bathkp. Melvin Mallard and
Sherwood Stacy as a nominating
committee to select mew council
officers. f
Other, members present w e r
Jeromfr.Schoch,. James Hare Ms j.
Henry Gerecke, Thomas, Miller,
Capt. Richard Anderson, Cant.
Marion Schoenfelt, John Hicks,
Edward Hoonei, Cecil Greenlaw,
William Stephen, Warren Smith,
Clem Genls, Sgt. Jack Morris,
Arthur MoKrav. Maj. Robert Alt Alt-man,
man, Alt-man, Maj. William S'nko., Alfred
Gauvin, and Frank Mendez.

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WASHINGTON, Ju. 23 "(UPlJ "(UPlJ-Dr,
Dr, "(UPlJ-Dr, Milton Eisenhower expressed
the hope yesterday that the pro proposed
posed proposed loter-Ameriean Bank will
prove the "open sesame" that, will
lead to a rest new flow of private
and public -capital to Ltin Ame
rica..-'.
The President's brother said in
a lecture at the Pah American V-

nion that he hoped the new iank,
whose charter is being negotiated

to: Washington, would t help lava
American countries in' planning
long range economic programs:
He said Latin America ; needs
"a much higher order of economic
analysis planning" and needs to
set up a list of priorities; for loan
projects. -,. -.'':.
With such planning he said, the
bank will be in a position to gnide
Lain American-loan applicants to
thepropef institution for loans.
He-pointed out that there re a
vast number of leading agencies
the World Bank; the Interoa3nal
Finance Corporation, the Export Export-rmport
rmport Export-rmport Bank, the U.S. Develop Development
ment Development Loan Fund, the international
Monetary Fund and private agen agencieseach
cieseach agencieseach one of which has spe special
cial special policies.
f; Frequently, he said Latin Ame-'
rican nations rre discouraged in
making, an application for a loan
because they go to the wrong a a-geney.
geney. a-geney. -But, he added, the new Inter-American
bank can serve as a cen central
tral central point for giving such guidance
in addition to making the types of

Will Approve

Strong Labor Bill,

Rep. Barden

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (UPI)
Chairman Graham A. Bar Barden
den Barden of the House Labor Com Committee
mittee Committee predicted. today that the
House. Would approve la strong
anti-racketeering bill this year.
The North Carolina Democrat
told United Press International
that he definitely favor3 pas passage
sage passage of anti-rackets legislation.
HNct only the public, but un union
ion union members, are entitled to
it," he said..
There -were indications that
the House Committee would
djraft its own labor reform bill,
rather jthan wait for the Sen Senate
ate Senate to produce one.
Barden said -he "was not "rac "racing
ing "racing anybody" to turn out a bill
first, but on the other .hftnd
would oppose any .slowdown In
his committee.
The House last year Wiled
the Senate-approved Kennedy Kennedy-Ives
Ives Kennedy-Ives labor reform bill. Speaker
Bam Rayburn has .called for
prompt approval this year o( a
"good, strong? ,aRti-r ac fc t s
measure.
Barden's committee, badly
split 'last year, refused to con consider
sider consider the Kenriedy-Ives bill.
Barden voted against .the bill
when IV was brought up in the
House under a procedure bar-i
ring' amendments.

loans which none of the existing
organizations can make.
lir V.i spnhnurer ; nrV "-

first of a v series of public lectures

can Union m an ew. ..
closer hemispheric ties,
, He was introduced to a dlsun
euished grou

society figures by Vice President
Richard M. .Nixon, who expres

sed, me hope tnat tne people in
the room would become crusaders
for Inter-American friendship.

i Dr. Eisenhower reitereated, for

the most part, tne views he ex expressed
pressed expressed to the President in his
Tecent t report in Inter-American
relations.

Dr. Eisenhower, president of

Johns Hopkins University in Balti

more, said again that there is
much misunderstanding between

the United States and Latin Ame

rican and. urged that steps be U-

xen on DOtn sides to banish it.

Demos Said Plotting

To Oust Republicans

From Senate Group
WASHINGTON Jan. 23 (UPI)
A group of Democratic Sen Senators
ators Senators was reported today to be
plotting to dump some Repub Republican
lican Republican members of the bipartisan

Senate Rackets Committee.

The committee now com composed
posed composed of four Democrats and
four Republicans met behind
closed doors to discuss the re reports.
ports. reports. Sen. Karl E. Mundt (R-S.D.),
ranking Republican on the
group, has told GOP Senators
that some Democrats have
launched a backstage drive to
give their party a majority on
the committee.-
An aide said Chairman John
L. McClellan (D-Ark.) had
heard similar rumors. McClel McClellan,
lan, McClellan, however, was said to want
to retain the current commit committee
tee committee lineup.
Mundt said he believed or organized
ganized organized labor inspired the move
to oust some GOP members. He
said he believed it would be
put forward when McClellan
asks the Senate to extend the
committee's life for another

year.

In another labor development,
Chairman Graham A. Barden
(D-N.C.l of the House Labor
Committee predicted the House

would pass a strong anti-racketeering
measure. "Not only the
public but union -members are
entitled to it," he said.

The House killed the Senate Senate-passed
passed Senate-passed Kennedy-Ives labor re reform
form reform bill last year. Barden
voted against it.
FALSE ALARM
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Police
and newsmen rushed to the may

ors office yesterday when a riot

button was sounded.
Everything was quiet at the of office
fice office and an investigation disclosed
that a short circuit caused,' the
alarm button to sound the alarm.

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ATOMIC GENERATOR' UNVEILED John A. McCone, chair chairman
man chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, unveils the models of
a five-pound atomic generator for President Eisenhower (left)
at the White House. In center is Maj. Gen. Donald Kelrn,
chief of Aircraft- Reactors,; AEC. AEC experts hailed the new
generator as a "significant breakthrough" in producing elec electric
tric electric power from heat.

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MarrH Auxiliary
T ImUII Offer.
tht Women's Auxiliary of the
Margarita Union Church will meet
The roster includes Mrs. Mildr'l
Liflgwood, president; Mrs. Anita
McClelland, vice president; Mrs
Haiel Richards, treasurer; Mrs.
Beth Daugherty, recording secret
ry; and Mrs. Dorothy Sanders,
corresponding secretary.
Speaker at the meeting will be
Ee T. Franklin.

Service Center Theatre
TONIGHT

BALBOA 6:15 Ic 8:05
-Molly Bee Allan Reed
"GOING STEADY"

COCO SOLO 7:00
"The Lone Ranger and
The Lost City of Gold"
In Colon.

DIABLO HTS. 1:00
Anthony Steel
Donald Slnden
"TUB BLACK TENT"
In VistaVislon k. Color)
Owl Show 10: SO p.m.
"Lan4 of The Pharaohs"

GAMBOA 1:M
Robert Taylor
Richard Widmark
"The Law and Jake Wade"
In Cinemascope & Color!

GATUN 7:00

WALT DIBNEY'a fascinating

ftory of charm, beauty,
and thrills.

MARGARITA 7:00
Barbara Stanwyck
Barry Sullivan
TORTT GUNS"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"Camels West"

f AKAI80 7:00
"FLAME BARRIER"
Nott: Change In Program!
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"The Beachcomber"

SANTA CRUZ 7:00

uaek Hawkins Arlene Dahl

SHE PLATED WITH FIRE

CAMP BIERD 7:00
Joan Crawford
Romano Brazri

'The Story of Ester Costello"

In Cinemascope l
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"Beachhead"

Moonlight Cruise
Postpone To Hxt Week
The Moonlight Cruise sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the American Legion has
been postponed to next Friday
evening due to repair worn re required
quired required for the ferryboat President
Porras.
The rescheduled boat ride will
start at Gamboa at I p.m.

Britain Satisfied
With US-Built Thors
Delivered So Far
LONDON, Jan. 23 (UPI) The
first American-built "Thor' mediums-range
rocketa delivered to
Britain have proved "extreme "extremely
ly "extremely reliable" in tests so far, a
Defense Ministry spokesman
said today.
The spokesman said the Brit

ish government Is "completely

satisfied" with them.

The spokesman denied as
"utter nonsense" a report pub

lished In two British newspa newspapers
pers newspapers that Britain has asked the
United States to take the rock rockets
ets rockets back and replace them with
a later, more efficient "Thor"
model.

According to the Daily Mail,

Britain asked for this after ac accepting
cepting accepting "In the interests of
western defense" early model

"Thors" which were "really un

suitable for combat."

"The Thor has not yet had

Its acceptance tests and the

rockets arriving here by air

over the past few weeks are

probably not up to standard,"
the Daily Mail asserted.

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PERKY VISITOR First grade students at Central Elementary school in Batesville, Ark.,
look forward to the daily visit of tl.s friendly robin which enters the classroom regularly
and hops unconcernedly from one desk to another. Mrs. Earle Poole, first grade teacher,
declares that the robin has a better attendance record than some of her pupils. Welcoming
their guest are, from left, Mary Cray, Grey Meyer, and Billy Crabtree.

EAST ORANGE, N. J. Poet
Carl Sandburg in an Informal talk
t Upsala College where, he was
given an honorary doctor of let letters
ters letters degree:v
"The most Important thing in
acquiring an education Is develop developing
ing developing good reading hb,ta."
WASHINGTON Rep. Charles
Porter (D-Ore.) In accepting an
Invitation to fly to Cuba to wit witness
ness witness trials of Batista support?-
by Fidel Csetro'i new goviV
ment:
i think the. new Cuba govern government
ment government deserves warm embrace
and a little mora sympathy and
understanding , from this coun country."
try." country." v CHICAGO Evangelist Billy
Graham commenting on the kind
of candidates needed In the I960
electioni:

'We need men offering them

selves for political life who have
moral guts and faith in Christ."
NEW YORK Kings County

Judge Nathan R. Sobel in com

mitting Mrs. Jean Iavarone to a
hospital for psychiatric examina examination
tion examination after her indictment for kid kidnaping
naping kidnaping the infant Lisa Rose Chi-onchio:

"If I credit the information In
the press, this is a stupid crime,
committed for the most common

place of- motives the love of a
woman for a man."

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LAUGHING IT UP Something funny must have been said
as President Elsenhower and singer Perry Como laugh at tha
White House. Como was a member of the Variety Club delega r
tion that called on the Chief Executive and presented him f
with a gold membership card.

CELEBRATES 105th BIRTHDAY
PALML Italy (UPI) Eugenia
Raco, known as the "grandmother

of Calabria," celebrated her 105th

birthday Sund-y. She was born
in the nearby village of San Gior Giorgio
gio Giorgio Molgeto On Jan. 4, 1854.

SELF SERVICE PUB
LONDON (UPI) Britain's
first self-service pub opened for
business here Saturday night.
Landlord Charles Farrow said
business was up 50 per cent since
workmen put the bar in backward

iTODAY-'p'iHiLiA'O'ESLisJQDAY

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- Also:
THE YOUNG
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- Also:
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TODAIf ENCANTO 35 201

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"Harry Black and The Tiger"
Cinemascope and Color!
Mickey Rooney in
"A Nice Little Bank That
Should Re Robbed"

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Gold Finder Back
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DALLAS, Tex. (UPI) D. E.
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job in a Corsicana, Tex.,
service station, endin&ji hoax that
began whan he claimed to have
found about two million dollars
worth of gold bars in a berry

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Jones, 38 year old father of
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"The only gold I have is what's
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DOG TO VACATION

UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (UPI)

U.N.- Secretary, General Dag I

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WASHINGTON (UPD A nii-i
clear scientist and the Atomic
Energy Commiii.oit were at odds
today over whether five pound
atomic generator unveiled by Pre
lident Eisenhower was a rdla rdla-tioB
tioB rdla-tioB naiard.
Dr. Ralph E. Lapp, a phyjiclit
and author whe frequently has
dashed with the AEC.'said the
tiny- generator which waa shown
to newsmen at the White House
last week carried enough lethal
radiation in its power source to
make Washington, uninhabitable
lor-years. c ?
. AEQ Commissioner Willard F.
tihby promptly replied that the
polonium 210 used ia the device
was contained in a triple jacket
that assured "complete safety."
Lapp said the generator "con "contained
tained "contained an immense amount of one
of th most potent radioactive
iioni : He -; aatd the original
model probably was safe,, but
warneoV of Its i uae In spape
rockets.
Libby said tha AEC "would not

Three Die In Riots
Over ttovie Prices
In Brazilian Towns
BELO HORIZONTE, Braiil, Jan.
23 (UPI) Three persons were
killed and thirty-six other hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized during rioting over In Increased
creased Increased prices of admission to
motion picture theatres, in the
town of Uberlandia, Mines Gerais
State.
, Angry crowds swept through se several
veral several downtown movie houses Mon Monday
day Monday night, smashing and burning
the equipment. .,
The dead were two lS-year-old
children and an unidentified wo woman.
man. woman. They were crushed to death
by a crowd which panicked when
unidentified persons fired several
shots into the air.
In Tiubate, a town in Sao Paulo
State, crowds also invaded nd
sacked, theatres which raised ad admission
mission admission prices.
Local authorities at UbelandU
and Taubate. asked federal and
State jfovernment to rush Armv
and police reinforcements to both
places in order to head off expect expected
ed expected new riots".
Decision Tomorrow
in Innrld'j PW
For Custody Of 3
PARIS, Jan. 23 (UPI) Infirifl
Bergman and her former hus husband,
band, husband, met in a bitter, joyless reu reu-Won
Won reu-Won : foclAyThelrsiace-to-f ace
meeting came in a Pari court
where the judge reserved decision
until tomorrow on a custody bat battle
tle battle for their three children.
The court said a decision would
be handed down on Miss Berg Bergman's
man's Bergman's application for custody to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Court sources said Ros Ros-sellinl
sellinl Ros-sellinl had accepted the compe competence
tence competence of the French court to rule
on the case.
They also said there had been
"a great effort for reconciliation"
on the part of both Miss Bergman
and Rossellini behind the closed
doors of the judge's chambers.
Rossellini flew in from Rome
four hours before the court was
to convene. He said be Intended
to fly back to Rome last night in
order to be in court there where
hli own custody action is in the
docket.
"It was Ingrid who started this
custody "business," he told news newsmen.
men. newsmen. f'You will see 1 have tried
mv best to be amicable in this

business and I will eontinue to be
amicable."
Miss Bergman was six minutes

late when she entered tne cnam cnam-ber
ber cnam-ber where her pie to keep the
, children wan heard.

Rossellini aDDarently knew she

had entered the room, but for

nearly a minute be kept his c-acK
turned to her.
The he turned and faced her.
There was not a blink, not a sign
d moanltlon. not a trace ot emo

tion on bis grim, dark face. Miss

Bergman stared back, at mm

blankly.
Gold Coast Orchid
Society To Sponsor
Color Jungle Movie
NIWS MLIASaf

On January 26 the Gold Coast
Orchid Society will sponsor the
first showing of the hour long
color movie entitled "Through Jun

gle Windows," which haa been in

production ior uw iai uu-ce years,
to the Atlantic side public
The nuvie has been -acclaimed
py various groups on the i'aclflp
aide as the most Interesting and
educational film to date on jun-
gle life. It depicts manyecencsof
exotic flowers (n full bloom, para para-ol
ol para-ol cutting ants t,t work, colorful
birds, various otherobjectsoffle otherobjectsoffle-ra
ra otherobjectsoffle-ra and fauna living in our Pana
ma jungles.
Because of the popular demand
forthis movie and its premier on
the Atlantic aide the orchid socle
ty will bold an open meeting at
Its home directly to the rear of
the Gatun Fire Station in Build Building
ing Building T-100,
Members 'will have I v t a 1
blooms on display and ample
parking available. The program
will start promptly at. 7: 30 p.m.
PROPOSES NEW PROGRAM
BERLIN (UPIKEast German
Commun'sUeader Walter Ulbricht
hm promised that all Army offi officers,
cers, officers, .Including generals, serve at
least one month a year as com common
mon common soldiers I physically eapn
bel.-tt was disclosed yes erday.

consider the use of polonium" in

a rocket,, and planned to substi substitute
tute substitute another fuel, possibly cerium

144. He said the. substitute tuels

would be both cheaper and sater,
but also needed careful handling.

, Lapp said in a" letter printed
in the Washington Post and Times
Herald, -"If all the polonium in

the gadget taken to the Wh.te
House- were "released, it wouid
constitute a radiation hazard such
that Washington would have to be

evacuated for years. The power

source placed before the President
contained 10 billion lethal units of

polonium."

Lapp said polonium in the de device,
vice, device, "no doubt" was safely con contained,
tained, contained, but if it were used in a

rocket, the shock ot blasting off
or ; entering the atmosphere

migm -aisintegrata tne radioac radioactive
tive radioactive source and thus pollute the
earth's environment."
it t .... - .-

CHUCKLE HEAD

CHANGING TIMIS

COURTUND, Ala. (UPIV-WU-

lie Burt gave -olice a logical ex explanation
planation explanation as to why be made a
left turn into the path of another

uutomoDiie:
"I been turning there for a long
time, and there never has been
another car there before."
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LONDON (UPI) A well-bred
slot machine that says "thank

you' in a melodious feminine

voice when the coin tinkles down

baa been introduced here.

SPEEDSTER TOO FAST
LEEDS. England (UPI) Brit

ish four-minute miler Derek lb-

botson wss fined five pounds UM)
Tuesdsy for exoeding the JO mile
per hour speed limit in a car.
"It is one of 'tne few occasions
when he has regretted traveling
too tait" his attorney laid.
SPIRITLESS COMPETITION
CHICAGO (UPI)-r-The Universi University
ty University of Illinois said competition .was
less than spirited for the construe construe-on
on construe-on of a harpsichord for campus

use.

Of two American comDahies

which manufacture the instru

ments, only oje submitted a bid.

the university said. The bid was
far 13,650.

C:!ii!3 Oliicizl

FigWIng To Slay
Refuged In Canada

OTTAWA, Jan. 23 (UPI) A
security official in the former
Cuban regime of deposeJ Dictator
Fulgencio Batista ia battling the
Federal Immigration Department
ia an effort to gain at least tem temporary
porary temporary entry into.Canad.
' So far Assino I -eon Labrida haa
fought a losing battle.
Labrida, who fled Hava"a with
Batista to the Dominican Repub
He, arrived at Montreal's TJorvnl
airport a, few days aw. H lm lm-meditely
meditely lm-meditely aoplied for a My
entry Permit in order, he raid to
visit his daughter. Mrs, w'osephine
Prre of St. Bruno, Quebec
The Immigration Deoartment re refused
fused refused the aooUcation on the
rrounda that, he was not bona
fide immigrant and was an un unsuitable
suitable unsuitable immigrant. The Depnrt Depnrt-memVthen
memVthen Depnrt-memVthen readied a denortatlon
win which one official aaid would
send back Labrida back to the
Dominican Republic If not Cuba
Labrida now haa served notice
He will anneal this derision His
formal anneal Is expected In Ot Ottawa
tawa Ottawa within a day or so.
- Tn the meantime, the ex-aecurltv
official has been released on bond.
He Is renorted to be in the Men.
treal area.

Mexican Pilots

Threaten Walkout

If Petition Denied
MEXICO CATV. Jan. 0 fTIPIl

The Association of Aviation
Pilots, with 400 members, today

mreaienea waJKouts on Mexi Mexico's
co's Mexico's national and lnternatldnal
airway if the Labor Ministry
does not recoruldar t.h flit-c'

petition to be allowed to form
a union.
The Labor Ministry turned
down thn mnuftat m (k, kmii

that pilots were employes of

commence ana representatives

oi tne companies since they
took rhire-a of t.Via nAmninlai'

lntereata while flying. As much

uiy were not considered eli eligible
gible eligible for unionization.

t'apt. Francisco Tarazona aaid
the Pilots Aaaoclatiorv. a hn-

volent and. fraternal group,

wuum nam tne decision, and
that walkouts were probable.
He aaid the fliera wnuM k

support from organised labor

groups, ana pointed out that

vuois oi many oiner countries
were unionized.'

MARKETS SYNTHETIC PIBRI

MlflLANU, Mich. (UPI) Dow

Chemical Co. has begun market marketing
ing marketing f mall quantities of raw syn synthetic
thetic synthetic textile fib-e, rovsna, intend intended
ed intended for use in household and in

dustrial fabrics. The fibre is made
from natural gas and salt.

YOUR PET AND MINE

By VELMA MEDINA
(SPCA Mtmber)

HIARTWORMS

tDlrefiiarla Imiinitisl

These parasites depend upon in insects
sects insects for- transm.ssion and cause
death i and weakness to a large
number of pets. Mosquitoes are be
lieved to be -the chief vectors vectors-Hearfworms
Hearfworms vectors-Hearfworms live as adults in
the right ventricle of the dog's
heart, and once they have matur matured,'
ed,' matured,' they may live for several
yean. Hunting dogs are easily in infected
fected infected house dogs less frequently.
The female worms are ten two
twelve inches long and nearly
one sixteenth Inch in diameter, the
males half as lane.

The female heart worms do not

lay eggs, but produce larvae
which float about in the blood.
The Mosquitoes suck the blood
containing larvae and Inside the
mosquito the larvae molt and
change to the infective stage. Lar Larvae
vae Larvae may live in the blood for years
after the parent worm Is dead.
Heartworms are present not only
in warm parti of the world; in infestations
festations infestations have been reported

even in Canada.. Heartworma are
found wherever there are mos mosquitoes.
quitoes. mosquitoes. No Infected dog should

be kept where there are healthy
dogs.
In some case the parasites do
not producer any observable indie-

Commonly accepted symptoms
are tendency to tire easily, refusal
or hesitancy to exercise, lamen

ess or cougn. cough alone is most
common, and sine it ii not iinual-

iy assosiated with a complicated

aument owners often neglect it

When a dog's heart is full of
worms about 12 inches long eacb,
it la no wonder the dog lacks en endurance
durance endurance and becomes fatigued
easily. Also, poor circulation re resulting
sulting resulting from heartworm infesta infestation
tion infestation may cause dropsy of -the ab abdomen
domen abdomen and swelling in the legs.
-There is no vaccine available.
Prevention consists solely of I eep eep-ine
ine eep-ine mosquitoes away from the

dog, or vlceveria; there is no

other method.

For heartworm treatment, the

dog should he taken to a veterin veterinarian.
arian. veterinarian. Doas have died from treat

ment, due to the drastic nature of
the cure: however, moat dogs re recover.
cover. recover. When an animal is heavily
infected and the drug kills a large

number of the worms all it once,
a plug in the pulmonary tyt-tery
leading to the lungs is formed, and

the dog may die as a result. Dead
.worms are swept into the finer
branches of the pulmonary arter

ies.

It is advisable to have dogs
checked for heartworms every six
months, so in esse of infection the

disease may be caught in its ear

ly stages. A heartworm test only

costs $1 and the dog's life may de depend
pend depend on it Have your dog checked
now.

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' LONDON (UPI) Singer Josi
James, 3 feet inch tall, left for
New York yesterday with a trunk
5 feet 6 inches high that stag staggered
gered staggered a team of porters.
"It's easier with one piece of
luggage," she said. "Besides, you
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decision to, replace Bulgarian mil military
itary military experts with Inexperienced

has caused a serious rift in the

uinma ai-o nepuouc nign com command,
mand, command, reliable sources her said.
They said Egyptian! Just out of
foreign training schools ire taking
over as instructor in Syrian in
fantry, artillery and air force
units.

lULLBTjltlLLS SOLDIER
FRANKFURT: fl.rm.nu M!dt

Sgt. Franklin D, Katham, whose

tamer Jcoison lives m Greenfield,
Mn. waa klllH ikrhan tpimlr In h.

chest by a ricocheting bullet dur-

mi a training exercise, rne U.S.
Army announced yesterday.

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Leaders 'Call OH'
Unsuccessful Sf rike
In Buenos Aires

BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 23 (UPI)
PerOnist leader; of thli week's
unsuccessful "general s'rikes," put
to flight by vigorous polic mea measure;,
sure;, measure;, announced from hiding
last night that they have decided
to call off the walkout.
Union leaders who had escap escaped
ed escaped the police dragnet reported by
teleohone from "somewhere in
Avellaneda" an industrial suburb
known for its support of ousted
ex-president Juan D. Peron that
their decfion wss reached at a
secret meeting.
The Government had alrearfv
ended the outlawed strike bv
drafting transportation and oil
workers and .arresting more than
son unjon leaders.
The Communists and Peronists
blamed for the strike turned yes yesterday
terday yesterday to terror. in an effort to
win their point, exploding more
than 100 bombs which caused
widespread alarm but no casual casualty
ty casualty and only minor dsmase.
Jose M. Guldo, Argentina' Act Acting
ing Acting Chief Executive while Pres Prescient
cient Prescient Arturo Frondizi is in the U-'
nited States, told a press confer conference
ence conference last night that the govern government
ment government does not plan reprisals a a-gninit
gninit a-gninit the organisers of the strike.

First Combat Tvoe
Junifer Shot Today
At Cape Canaveral

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fl., Jan.

23 (UPI)-The "on target" shot
of the first Droduction-line, combat-type
Jupiter eased the Army
another step out of the picture to today
day today in development of the mis missile.

In contrast to research and dev

elopment models of the Jupiter,
the miss'le fired Wednesday night
was a "'inal production deign."
The Defense Dept. said the
firing and previous firings "hive

demonntreteri the near-ninpotnt ac accuracy"
curacy" accuracy" of the Jupiter's guidance
system.

Ships and planes waiting in the
:mpaet area about. 1,500 miles out

in the Atlantic presumably saw
thr Jupiter's nose cone, which
can carry a devastatin? hydrogen
warhead, re-entering the atmoi atmoi-phere
phere atmoi-phere from space.
These observers were standing
by to determine what happened
to the cone, heated fiery red by
friction generated when the cone
olungcd back int ) the atmosphere.
The Defene Dept. said the nose
cone wa the "'ull-sctle tactical

version protected aga'nst aerody

namic heating upon re-entry.1

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INBEPENDEJTT DAILY KEWSPAPT
FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1981
arlboro Gets Last
Hollywood Queens To Appear
Carta Vieja, Cerveza Balbcf
On Trotter
i In 1st Of Bargain: Bill

Big Cl&iceft

if .1

i 1 i
J Afe dk 4

Card Here Mond

m

PANipU PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

Teams K M CV CB W L Pet. Co Co-King
King Co-King ...x 6 5 8 19 9 .679
Marlboro 3 x 6 6 15 13 .536 4
Carta Viaja 4 4 x 4 12 16 .429 7
Corvoia Balboa 2 3 5 x 10 18 .357 9
Totali .....9 13 16 18 56 56

TODAY'S GAMES (2)
At Olympic Stadium:
First game: Carta Vieja (Prout 3-2)
Cerveza Balboa (Maranda 4-3)
Gam time: 5:30
Second game: Kings (Osorio 3-2)
Marlboro (Robinson 5-3)

vs.

vs.

LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium: Kings 3, Cerveza Balboa 2

lldog

Tigers, Bu

For School Loop

Battle
Lead

Tonight At Mount Hope

Standing
Interschotastic Baseball

Tea mi
Balboa High
Cristobal High
Jr. College

W L
4 1
3 1
0 5

Pet.
.800
.750
.000

By TREVOR SIMONS
The Cristobal High Tigers and
Balboa Bulldogs, both having run
roughshod over the Green Devils
from Junior College, have made a
two-team race out oi the 1959. In-

tersholastk baseball schedule and
tonight the Bulldogs will travel to
Cristobal to do battle with the
Tigers for the undisputed hold on

first piece.

These two teams have met twice

this year, Balboa winning the first

one at Balboa Stadium late in De

tember and Cristobal taking the
second one at Mount Hope Stad Stadium
ium Stadium on Jan. 9. The Bulldogs hold

a half game edge going into to tonight's
night's tonight's encounter. &

Though the new 12-game sched

ule will afford tonight's losers par

ty of time for catching up,

rivalry between these two schools
always assures the fans plenty of
excitement. T o n i g h t' s game
should be more so, for the win winner
ner winner will hold a Vi game lead and
a one-game edge, in the all im important
portant important "lost" column.
Brian Lutz, Tiger left-hander
and ace of the mound staff, will

be throwing them in against the

Bulldogs again tonight. Lute: holds
a 1 and 1 record in the Intershool
loop. He lost his first game of var

sity ball in the season opener, but

this promising freshman can be
to get better with each game.
Either Jeff Kline, who missed a

no-hitter against JC a little over a
week -ago, or Balboa's all-around
star, Lem Kirkland will work a a-gainsl
gainsl a-gainsl the Tigers tonight.
Don Humphrey has hit safely in

every game CHS has played 4his

MARGARITA LEAGUE
THIRD WEEK
The Shriners took four point?
from the Wright Bros. Plumber
and moved into first place leading
by one point over the Ace. Specht
led the Shriners with a 484 follow followed
ed followed closely by Millspaugh with a 432
Dougan, led the Plumbers with
475.
After going like a house afire
the past two weeks the Aces cooled
off and dropped three points to the
Naval Station. Gorsk's -530 series
was high for the Aces and a 529
by Thomas led the Naval Station,
but Strong's 495 series took Class
C for the week.
Gillette improved their standing
with a three point win over Po Powells.
wells. Powells. Bowling like they meant it
and with a 50-pin handicap which
Powells couldn't overcome, Gil Gillette
lette Gillette swept the three points with
ease. Leading the Shavers was
Corro with a 489 while Eagan led
Powells with a 526.

Still unable to get. started the
Voice of Music dropped four points
to the Cristobal Police and took a
firm hold on the cellars. By win winning
ning winning those four the Cops moved up
into fifth place. Graham led the
V-M with a 500 while Stewart led

the 'ne Cops with a 544 to-take Class

a ana luuy s Si9 series took Class
B for the week.

WRIGHT BROS.

Shobe
Butz
Dougan
Jansen
Bartram
Totals

131
139
147
169
148

132
154
176
129
128

130
144
152
148
159

393
437
475
446
435

734 719 733 2186

SHRINERS

Specht
Millspaugh
Badders
Judge
Carpenter
Totals

151
179
137
149
ll8

162
150
101
171
124

171
153
127
159
107

484
482
365
479
439

734
20

708
20

807 224!)
20 20

754 720 827 2309

GILLETE

Fernandez

Corro

Yee
Chuljak

H. Tom

Totals

STANDINGS:
Teams Wen Lost
Shriners 9 3
Aces 8 4

Naval Station 8 4

Gillette 7 5

Police (Cristobal) 6 6

Powells 5 7

Wright Bros. 4 8
Voiceo f Music 2 10

year and is the Tiger No. 1 man

in the offensive department follow
ed closely by outfielder Don Bruce

and Keith Kulig. The Bulldogs

counter with the big sicks of Lem

Kirkland, F. Ammirati and Gary

Ness in an effort to increase their

season lead to a game and a half.

153
172
143
148
173

116
166
133
146
159

121
151
122
133
144

390
489
309

427

476

784
50

720
50

671 2180
50 150

839 770' 721 2330

POWELLS

Badger

Gibson
Stopp

Brown
Hogan
Totals

Upp
Moorman
Stilson
Gorski
Spinney

130
142
174
189
164

166
115
128
145
167

163
119
124
156
195

459

376
426

490
526

799 721 757 2277

Hollywood, USA, this year Will
be represented for the basketball
picture by the Hollywood Queens
the nations newest and most
colorful quintet,' who will be
seen here in action, at 7:36 p.m,
Monday night at the Panama
National Gym. Tickets will go
on tale at the Gym from t a.m.
Monday. .
The lassies, who comprise some
of the finest femme players in the
world, have been signed by : own owner
er owner Abe Sapersteln of the renown renowned
ed renowned Harlem Globetrotters to tour
as an added attraction and appear
against stellar, opponents on the
same programs with his famed
club. This power-packed package
of entertainment and sports fi finesse,
nesse, finesse, also boasting several oth other
er other features as weu, should play
to the largest crowe'i' in basket basketball
ball basketball history on Uj travels.

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BOARDS ON WING Hel Helmut
mut Helmut Recknagel, top, of Fast
Germany won the German German-Austrian
Austrian German-Austrian Ski Jumping Meet at
Garmjsch-Partenkirchen.iWest
GermSnyj,with jumps of 275 'i
and 28? feet. Russia's Koba
Tsakadsc, center,; and Nikolai
Schamow, bottom, finished sec second
ond second and third, respectively.

; By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
The second-place Marlboro Sokers.yho jripw
trail the Kings by four games, get what is prbbably
their last big chance to remain a pennant contender
when tliey play the leaders tonight in the" second
gamet)f a bargain bill. V ;- v
Jn' first game the Carta Vieja Yankees will
defend their third-place spot against Cerveza Balboa
who is in the cellar two games behind them. 1

Last, night Ve Kings edged the

ACES
159
137
159
184
188

145
120
177
178
191

128
120
146
168
138

432
377
432
530
507

Totals

829 801' 700 2328

NAVAL STATION

Lewi?
Eglinton
Thomas
Stinson
Strong
Totals

. 155
128
210
109
149
751

145
96
166
123
145
675

165
128
155
157
201

463
352

529

389
496

804 2230

See'Panama'sGolf Qasm

fjjll 11111 111,111 '"'"""l'HJin

The 2nd Panama Open Invitational
Golf Championship t
for $10,000 Prize Money and
The Seagram Cup
Also,' TTie Seagram Caribbean Cup will be awarded to the golfer with the
highest points standing In all four tournaments of the 1959 Caribbean
Circuit held in Panama; Valencia, Venezuela; Puerto Rico and Jamaica.
CLINIC with top golfing ttar$ from the United States and Latin America
to be followed by a cocktail party sponsored by The House of Seagram Seagram-Wednesday,
Wednesday, Seagram-Wednesday, January 28 at i:30 P.M. Adm. B 11.00
At the colourful Panama Golf Club
Thursday, January 29 to Sunday, February 1
TOURNAMENT ADMISSION
Thursday, January 29 B Ut
Friday, January 34 '. v. 1J59
Saturday, January 31 2.00
Sunday, February 1 230
Seriea of ticket 5.00
For Serricemen - MO
Plan now to attend the Panama Open held vnder the auspices of the
PANAMA. GOLF CLUB

85 85 85 255
836 760 889 2485
VOICE OF MUSIC
DeVoll 175 126 155 456
Brooks 140 138 155 433
Graham 170 185 145 500
Johnson 128 155 155 43J
St. Johon 146 141 165 452
Totals 759 745 775 2279
19 "19 19 57
778 764 794 2336
CRISTOBAL POLICI
Fortner 151 118 174 443
Tully 189 171 179 539
Guest 176 152 162 490
Martin 156 172 167 495
Stewart 184 170 180 544

And wuat an extensive tour this
will be. First, the United States
and Canada. Then the Caribbean
area, West Indies, South America
and Central America. Mexico will
follow and then the season's fi

nale in the USA.
The Queens have -been, picked
from the outstanding girl players
of America and comprise a high high-caliber
caliber high-caliber unit noted for ability, fi finesse
nesse finesse and form in playing basket basketball,
ball, basketball, plus superb showmanship.
Their uniforms will be most col colorful,
orful, colorful, in keeping with the Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood touch. They'll be attired in

turtle neck jerseys, satin skirts

and lace panties. It has been a

long ume since mere has been as

attractive a girls athletic group

as tnis one.
- t

Every girl Is an Individual star

and attraction in her own right,
but all click together as a; well well-balanced
balanced well-balanced team able to cope with
strong men's agggregations. The
girls are young (average age it.
20) and they have a lot of ttaml-'
n to go with their natural abili ability.
ty. ability. Coachine the team is one rf the

best known personalities in Amer

ican basketuall. His name is Bob

Karstens and only recently he
ended up a spectacular playing
career that encompassed such

teams as the New York Celtics,
New York Nationals, Boston Whirl

winds, House of David and others
foremost in the American field.

Totals

266 783 852 2511 Calif.

ASSISTANT COACH RESIGNS
PULLMAN, Wash, (UP) Lloyd
Torchio, assistant football coach
at Washington State College since
1956, has resigned to enter the

automotive business in Oakland.

Balboa Brewings

v Luz

Inaugurates
Softball Loop

Compafiia Panamefta de Fuer Fuer-ta
ta Fuer-ta y Luis Intercompany Soft Softball.
ball. Softball. League- was officially inaugur inaugurated
ated inaugurated last Sunday before a crowd

of some 200 people, at Capwell
Stadium in San Francisco de la

Caleta.

Highlighting' the day's activit

ies qas a game between the At
macen and Distribution Electn

Ca which was' won by ''Catalino's

Aimacemstas 8-5.

Among the "festive ceremonies

which took place at the inaugura inauguration
tion inauguration were the raising of the natio national
nal national flag; a parade of company
officials, the Pacific division's six
teams, "madrinas", and mascots;
speeches by Thomas EJ. Oglesby,
vice president and general man

ager of the company' and. Arte Arte-mio
mio Arte-mio Acevedo, president of the
Fuerza y Luz Club- and the
throwing out of the traditional

first ball by Tom Oglesby.
After the game, refreshments

music and dancing brought and

end to the day's inauguration.

Similar ceremonies also took

place last Sunday in the league's
Atlantic Division in Colon. The
game there resulted in a 20-6 vic victory
tory victory for the Gas Plant team over

the Oficma team.

Beermen 3-2 to take a firmer hold
on first place and all but clinch the
1958-59 Panama Pro League flag.
In tonight's curtain raiser Bill
Prout (3-2), of the Yankees, will
oppose George Maranda (4-3). In
the afterpiece, the Kings' Mama Mama-vila
vila Mama-vila Osorio (3-2 is slated to face
Humberto Robinson (5-3).
Last night ace southpaw Dick
Luebke chalked up his eighth vic victory,
tory, victory, and his sixth over the Beer Beer-men,
men, Beer-men, in tossing a six-hitter. No
other hurler has won seven games
this season.
Righthander, Chuck Page, who
lasted only two-thirds of an inning
and gave all the Kings' runs and
two of their six hits, suffered his
second defeat aginst a like' amount
of triumphs.
Young lefty Anselmo Correa,
who relieved Page In the first,
put up a great' exhibition in hurl hurling
ing hurling scoreless ball for seven and

a third innings. Correa allowed
three safeties and was lifted for
pinchhltter in the eighth.

Pat ScanOebury f worked the
ninth inning in which he permitted

one mt.

Luebke struck out nine batters

and walked three; Page fanned

two. and walked two; Correa whif

fed seven and walked one, and
Scantlebury struck out none and

gave up one free pass.

The loss eliminated the Beermen
from the pennant race. They are
now nine games behind with all

teams having eight contests left to

play.

The Kings, like the Beermen,

scored all their runs in the first

Page gave up walks to Frank

Austin and Gail Henley, a single

to Ken Hunt which scored Austin

and moved Henley to third as Hunt

reached second on the throw to
third base. With two outs Granny
Gladstone tripled to bring home

Henley and Hunt and that, was all

for Page. 1

Correa walked Les Peden in

tentionally and forced Elias Osorio
to roll to second for the third out.

In the bottom-' of the first, con

secutive singles by Clyde Parris

and Clarence Moore and a double

by David Roberts produced om
run, and another crossed the plate
as Hector Lopez bounced to shwt.

Luebke then bore down to make
Reinaldo Greoald pop to the
catcher in foul territory and
induced Pepe Osorio to fly to
center for the third out." -'
Only one error was committed,'
The boot was charged to Parris
who failed to cover, second bass
when Austin stole the middle sack
in the second frame. The ball went
into center field and Austin reach
ed third, where he died,
Frank was the only runner who
reached third off Correa.
The Beermen made their final
bid to tie up the contest irt the
ninth.
Pepe Osorio singled to right,
but he was forced at second
when Leon Kellman attempted
to sacrifice. Maranda, batti'fi
for Vernal Hay, struck out swing swinging
ing swinging for the second out and Scan Scantlebury
tlebury Scantlebury took his turn at the plate.
Pat swung, and missed,' at three
straight pitches to end the ''game
and thus, the once-vaunted "dream
team" gave up the ghost.

House Of Lords Tourney
Prizes Presentation Set
Tomorrow At Golf Club

Dick s A Pip

KINGS

By VICTOR M. CAREW
The Balboa Brewers fell victims

to lefty Richard Luebke for the

sixth time.iast night in a thrilling

3-2 Kings' victory that saw both

teams score all their runs in me
first inning.

Anselmo Correa. originally an

nounced to be last night's starter

for the Brewers, Was sidetracked
for Chuck PaEe. but the young le-

hander was not sidetracked for
long because Page was sent to the

showers in the very first inning.

Correa took over and hurled

scoreless ball for seven and one

third innings, allowing just three
scattered hits over this period. He
showed eood speed and kept the

Kings' hitters guessing most of

the time. His pitching reminded
me of the good days of Barney

Brown of General Eleckric and the
fabulous Lefty Glover of the form former
er former CPR club.

There were several fielding
gems in last night's contest.
Shortstop Clarence Moore's grab 1
with his back to the infield
of Luebke's bid for i blooper in
the fourth inning was something
lovely to see.
In the fifth. Hector Lopez chas chased
ed chased Ken Hunt's foul fly to within
inches of the bleacher section be between
tween between home and third and made
a great catch at the last minute as
the ball appeared to have eluded
him.
Incidentally, In my column of
January 21, I erroneously wrote
that Granville Gladstone's uncons unconscious
cious unconscious bloopei went over the heads

of Dave Roberts and Hector

Lopez. It went over the heads

of Dave Roberts and Clyde Parris

who has been at second for the

Beermen for the last few games.

The batting race did not produce
any major change apart from Les
l'eden regaining the runner-up
position behind Ixpez. Hector con continues
tinues continues to set the pace with a .398
average.
In the ninth with runners on sec second
ond second and third and two outs, Lueb Luebke,
ke, Luebke, pitching cagily, walked Lopez
then proceeded to retire Reinaldo
Grenald on one pitch.
There were few instances espe--dally
in the eighth and ninth in inningswhere
ningswhere inningswhere some bettef baserun baserun-ning
ning baserun-ning and more patience at the
plate could have possibly produc produced
ed produced a run or two.
In hit great relief performance
Correa demonstrated in a con convincing
vincing convincing manner, that he should

do netrer regarded by manager
Edrick Kellmm for more work.
With his pitching staff still sha shaky,
ky, shaky, I believe Kellman should
give Correa some of the starts
scheduled for Page.

ui late trie Kings have not been

showing that devastating power,
that entrenched them in 1st place

from the early stages m the sea

son. However, they are getting

good pitching, especially in relief,
and they have good defense. Last

night, nghtfielder Granville Glad
stone roamed all over his territO'

ry fair and foul in making

some, excellent defensive plays,

Manager Les Peden is going to
be faced with an embarrassing si

tuation in Caracas. He wilt have
some pitchers On his staff that
have been used rather infrequent infrequently
ly infrequently and it is a certainty that the
regular pitchers will need help
during. the Series because of the
consecutive maimer in which the
games are played. Will he use
them over there?

Austin, 2b.
Green, ss.
Henley, cf.
Hunt, If.

Heron, 3b.

Gladstone,
Peden, c.
Osorio E.,
Luebke, p.

rf.
lb.

AB
3
4
3
4
4
4
3
4
4

H PO
1 1

Totals

33 3 6 27 8

CERVEZA BALB6A

Parris, 2b.

Moore, ss.

Roberts, lb.
Lopez, 3b.

Grenald, cf.

Osorio, P., If.

Kellman,
Hay, rf.
Maranda
Page, p.
Correa, p.
Charles

Scantlebury,
Totals

P-

AB
4
4
3
3
4
4
4
3
1
0
1
1
1

R H PO

33 2 6 27 7

Charles struck out for Correa in
8th. v
Maranda struck out for Hay in
9th. A
Score by Innings
Kings 300 000 0003 6 0
C. Balboa 200 000 0002 6 1

The biggest sporting event of
the season will be held at the Pan Panama
ama Panama Golf Club Saturday evening,
when Aliania Distributors of Pan Panama
ama Panama City stages the presentation
a w a rds for the recently-completed
1958 "King's Ransom-House
of Lords" Golf Championship.
The presentation of awards for
the 1958 tournament will be sin singular
gular singular in two respects. First, it
will feature the presentation of
the Championship Trophy to a 16-year-old
golfer, Jeffrey Kline of
Panama, the youngest player to
have ever won the championship
of the annual "King's Ransom-

House of Lords" tourney.
Second,! it will feature the pre presentation
sentation presentation of the second flight

Trophy Award to a 15-year-old

golfer, J.J. Vallarino III, who Is
the youngest player to have ever
won the second flight champion championship
ship championship In this same tourney.
The annual "King's Ransom Ransom-House
House Ransom-House of Lords" golf champion championship,
ship, championship, established four years ago
by the well known A.G. Reynolds,
has become one of the most pop

ular tournaments held tfnnually at
the Panama Club. It has increased

earch year in the number of par

ticipants. with 1958 establishing a

record number of participants for
qualification when 104 players
vied for the 64 positions in the two
men's flights. It is estimated that
the 1959 version of the tournament
will exceed even this number due
to the greatly increased number

of members at the Panama Golf

Club.
Jeff Kline, this tall, lean young

ster of 16 has now established

himself as one of the most promis promising
ing promising golfers at Panama. Hitting the

ball off the tee for an average of

about 240 yards, and oosses.ung

an iron game that while lacking

the polish of the seasoned and ex

penenced golfer, nonetheless is
powerful and generally accurate
on the fairways and strong around

the greens, young Kline is hence

forth goingi to be watched.

He presently has a handicap of

8, which will undoubtedly be lower

ed close to 5 after the next rc'lew

of nresent handicaps.

Kline is due a great amount of

credit in his winning of the eham

nionship; He first defeated Ashton

Error: Parris. Runs batted in:
Hunt, Gladstone 2: Roberts, Lope.
Earned Tuns: Kings 3, Cerveza
Balboa 2. Two base hits: Roberts,
Lopez, Peden. Three, base hit hit-Gladstone.
Gladstone. hit-Gladstone. Stolen base: Austin, Pas
sed ball: Kellman. Struck out by by-Page
Page by-Page 2, Correa, 7;. Luebke
Scantlhurv l. Base on balls off-

Page 3, Correa 1, Luebke 3.. Left

on base: Kings 6, Cerveza Balboa

7. Pitchers record: Page S runs,

2 hits n 23 inning. Correa 0 runs

3 hits' In 7-13 innings. Winning
pitcher: Luebke (8-1). Losing

nitcher:- Page (2-2). umpires:

Thornton. Hilzinger. Miller, At

tendance: 1,039. Time of game:
2:33. J

and 4, aided by a 3-stroke ban

dicap advantage. He next phyed

Bob Torres, whom he defeated

and 3, and gave Torres a 1 -stroke

advantage. He next took on Jos

ntiln 'Vallarino and cave him a

stroke hanotcan advantage nut
still won 4 and 2. His score in this

match was a smart 38-3775.
In his final 36-hole match against
seasoned Dr. J.J. 'Massot. Kline
emerged the victor by a strong 8
and ,4 victory. Massot shot twp
consecutive scores of 78-78 for the
86, giving Kline a 1-hole handican
advantage in eacTi 18, but it wns
not good enough. They were tied
at the end of the first 18. Kline
also having a 78. but the final 18

found Kline smashing his way to

the championship with a tremend tremendous
ous tremendous 36-35-71. In the first 18 holes,

Kline eagled the 530-yard par 5
No. 12, by laying his ball on the

green with two wood shots, indica

tive of his power. In the final 18

holes, he shot 5 birdies and only 3
bogeys for his 1-under-par score.

Diminutive Jakie Vallarino, who

so proudly adds the "III" after his

name on the scoreboard, is also a
tremendous amount of credit for

youngster only 15 years of- age.

and a handicap of 18 in the sec second
ond second flight play. Qualifying among

group exceeding 45 adults. Jakie

played his way through' four well

known second flighters to win the

championship of the second flight.

He first met Dr. Vivas, whom

he defeated 5 and 4 with the aid
of 6 strokes, but then gave B.
Davis 4 strokes and defeated him
Z and 2. His next match was witft

Bob Chandler, from whom he rs
ceived a 1-strong handicap ad advantage,
vantage, advantage, but he won strongly by

ana 4, snooting a terrific 36-40-

76, only 4 over par, in his victory.

In the final 36-hole match, he

played C. Paz Rodriguez, from
whom he received a 2-stroke han

dicap advantage, and he walked
away with the title with a 3 and
2 win. In this match, both nlaved

poorly the first 18 holes .having

scores of 90, but on the final 18,
Jakie overpowered Rodriguez with

a smart .score of 80, only 8 over
par for this junior golfer.
LADIES AWARDS
In the ladies' flight, Beverly
Dilfer walked away with two priz prized
ed prized when she copped the medalist
award, and then proceeded to fight
her way through several op opponents,
ponents, opponents, including Kay Purdy, ono
of the better players at the club,
to defeat Ginny Senn in the find

round.

In the two men's flights. poDular
Hector (Rey) Valdes snagged the
beautiful medalist award in the
championship flight, while "Aouc "Aouc-lo"
lo" "Aouc-lo" Luis Chandeck walked away
with the medalist award in the
second flight.
The presentation of the beautiful
trophies will be made during the
party, which will start t 7:30 p.m.
in the ballroom of the club. In at-,
tendance at the presentation will
be officials o th WhitHey Dis Dis-tileries
tileries Dis-tileries from the United States in including
cluding including A. G. Reynolds ,and Abbe
Sanger, as well as popular Jack
Schor, local distributor of "King's
Ransom" and "House of Lords"
whiskey i. (
. Both Reynolds nd Sanger, witl

their,families, made the trip tr.
the United States especially to at attend
tend attend the presentation of wards.

over uu invnea guests are ex expected
pected expected to attend the presentation.

REDS BEAT SWEDES
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UPI1 (UPI1-Russia
Russia (UPI1-Russia defeated Sweden, 5-4,

luesaay. to recora us i seeona
straight victory in their ice hock hockey
ey hockey series. The Russians won the the-first
first the-first same Sunday, 1-1. v



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?:aces After Bong

Sprint Champion Goes
In Six Furlong Dash

The Cococha Stable's 'classy sprinter Double
four is slated to make his first, start in six months
tomorrow afternoon in the featured $750 six furlong
dash for second series imported thoroughbreds at
the President Remon racetrack.

. The leven-yearoid grey son of
Whitehall Remembrance scored
by one and one-half lengths over
Melendez while shouldering ,142
pounds in a first series seven fur furlong
long furlong spring in his last outing
on July- 25 of last year.
. Up to the tfme he began his
prolonged rest, Double Four was
undoubtedly the sprint champion
of the President Remon track, lie
fgave away chunks of weight to
the opposition and was practical practically
ly practically unbeatable at six and seven
furlongs. ; ,.
Double i"our will race in an en entry
try entry with the unpredictable Sculp Sculp-votoran
votoran Sculp-votoran Cristian Rebolledo
will guide the Cococha Stable ace.
Siete 'y, Medio last Sunday, will
. have leading jockey Braulio Bae-
hosrd this time and shoulri
be Double Four's main contend
er. v..
Speedy
Roman, a disappoint- j

HOOF BEATS
By Conrado Sergeant ;

A total of seven sewcomers are
scheduled to break into the Presi President
dent President Remon racetrack picture this
weeknd. Includd in the group
" are Rhea: alls, Cool Cat II, Sec Second
ond Second Branch,. Edward James, Gui Gui-llotina
llotina Gui-llotina Cho'Han and Resolana.
Rhea Calls ari Cool Cat II are
owned by Mrs. Ruth V de Harris
and. trained by, Cesar E. (Little
Caesar) Harris. Rhea Calls is, a
U,S.-bred three-year-old bay filly
by Bolivar IT-Teddy's Queen. Cool
Cat II is a four-year-old,. English English-bred
bred English-bred grey daughter of .Royal Hamlet-Mrs.
-Mustangs
Second Branchy imporFed from
Kentucky law year Dy arnesio
Paris, is a three-year-old bay
daughter .of Seftoril-Heaven Sent.
Sh li the nronei'tv of the Stud Ri-
4. .nH Rnfi nl it i heincr trained
py rans.
Edward Jam, I threo-yoar-Id
grey colt by JiLtk Scot-Tor-kslt,
(s ewtM! by (he Stud Ir Ir-landas
landas Ir-landas and trained by Alberto
Pareira. This promising young
str was brod In England.
Guitlotjna," which was originally
named Dejacion, is owned -by the
Stud Buena Ft and trained by
Luis H. Farrugla." She is a two-
S ear-old Chilean filly by My Chum Chum-Igital.
Igital. Chum-Igital. Cho'Han, a Chilean-bred brown
two-year-old colt by Spada-Probe-"ta,
is owned by the Stud Butch
and trained b$ Carlos Harry.
Resolana is a Chilean fouryear-
old chestnut filly by Vicinity out
of Resplgndeciente. She is owned
by Zepah Shakespeare and train trained
ed trained by David Bairnes.
oOo
The Stud Rio Grande's Canoe
and Ben My Chree have been
turned over to Arturo Julian for
training. ..Carlos Salazar also re replaced
placed replaced Tomas Blackburn as the
' trainer of the Stud Venezuela's
High Day and Mondesir.
Rajah returns V the races to to-"
" to-" morrow as the property of Alejan Alejandro
dro Alejandro SpoontsTi' The horse is being
trained by Spooner also.
Rock'n'Roll hi3 new trainer.
one
can say
butfnenwho kn&w
whisky say-
wi1 m
j tfitTaiauToasi
FELIPE L MOTTA E HIJO
, LICORES
TEL. 1-132 APT, S67S ',

A

'scotch-

meot last week, could be danger dangerous
ous dangerous this time. He will have his
favorite rider aboard. Fernando
Alvarez was in the saddle a
month ago when despite getting
off a bad last, he rced to the
front, opened a good Jead and
held on to beat Alpina by a neck.
Horatio, which will have JUlio
Rodriguez in the saddle, and Gua Guadalcanal,
dalcanal, Guadalcanal, to be ridden by Emilio
DariO, couldbe upsetters. Parasol
(Bias Aguirre,). Behader (Arqtu (Arqtu-medes
medes (Arqtu-medes Alfaro), Rosita Maria (Gui (Gui-llermo
llermo (Gui-llermo Rivera) and Philipipon (R.
Prestan) round out the ten horse
entry list.

The secondary attraction pits
Artie Princess, Cervecero, English
Wonder, Del Vecino, Otorongo,
Ringside. Manuela Pedraza and
Posiblemente' against each other,
i . i it ik.:.i..
,lgni ouiar pruspecuve -.uriueis
! are included on the ten race pro-
gram.
Julian Joseph has been named to
replace Eric "Gittens.
Consistent Horacio is now being
trained by Larry Tomlinson. Lar Larry
ry Larry replaces Norman Kenny and is
expected to get the classy Argen Argentine
tine Argentine bred back into the winner's
circle soon.
OOO-k
Festival .and Segador woro
sold by the Stud Buena Fo.
-Thoir now owners ar Miss Ber Bernards
nards Bernards Jimonoi and the Stud Tho
Gomini; rospoetivoly. Festival is
undo.r th training of Julio Ji
flionot whll Milan Thomas is In
charge, of getting Sagador roa
dy. l"
' i oOo-,
it will be intersstine to note how
fractious Mulchei. performs under
Jose Keyes Oleum who recenUv
bought the hefty Chilean colt from
iwv jmy sitwn.-
.1 "'
. Dava Almifn Vflnl it..
lv Derfnrminff Dnn TIHIa nH h
transformed him into one of- the
local track' mnaft
- c v hiiu una
ner. Don Cirilo has won four of
ma issi nve starts, twee of them
consecutively-
oOo
Spupt-al "nrv kiiKv'i Iia...
' , w J uwu uwu-ArA
ArA uwu-ArA hair rw.mn nn.nUiniH e 41
Panama Gambling Control Board's
handicap races. These owners con-
i u was oeticr 10 leave
the 'Veight-for-age" system for
the big classiQs-
ThftV Malm h ..t U
handicapped will assign th" weights
7 "'w races witnout any scale
to ffll Ha him U. k.n V ..41.
nea to handicap according to his
vsiiiivru.
"Handicapping according to opi opinion
nion opinion ffltT nnt Ko th. .... ..
but it Will Cfrtainlv h n
' (444 WVC-
inent over the weight-for-age sys-
TV r ,uc.n n outstanding
horse lik fhfmir. c
Pe-dulario always had his con-
tenons ai nis mercy.
For example, under "weight-for-
te v Medio nri rn.t..t.. u
. vuauUiV WUU1U
be forced to carr an equal 122
Huua. irc cnampion Perdu-
laiClO. InstA.H i,nrl k. v-j:
thv ir "rr, "-ucp
Tn unv AUi i and
106, respectively, while Perdulario
will carry 128.
oOo
Beginning this Sunday, every
Sunday will bo "Ladio. .Day" .t
tM Prosldont Komon racetrack.
Members of th. fair sex will ad admitted
mitted admitted free te til dependencies
of tho track.
Whatever
Happened to ..
CLIPPER SMITH
Clipper Smith, one-time Notre
Dame football star, coached after
playing with the Irish in 1917-20.
Smith was a teammate of Curly
Lambeau and Slip Madigan at No Notre
tre Notre .Dame and played Doth half halfback
back halfback and guard. He coached with
considerable success at Santa
Clara, Villanova, Gonzaga and the
pro Boston Yanks.
Whatever happened to Clipper
Smith. He tow is employed by
the Abunda-Vita Corp. of Long
oeacn, ca.7
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Rosi ot,New York will meet riash
Elorde, ,, Filipino '! flyweight and
lightweight champiotf in a bout
at the Cow Palace, Feb. 23 The
ngnt wiu d new jn the afternoon.
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TRENTON, N.J. (UPI)-Thom-
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hat been elected to his fifth con

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FIVE HOPEFULS Ganibo 11 & 12 year-old girls who should
provide good competitiovi in the MeJley Velay and free 'style events
at the Gamboa Civic Council swim' meet March 1. (From left to
right, back row) Sylvia Class, lancy 'Chadwick Adreana McAn McAn-drews
drews McAn-drews (Front row) Bettsy Bell and Cristy Jenner.
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Race Track
O.F. Hen
Jockey St.
Is Race "Special"

Imp. i Fgi. Purse $450.00
First Race of tha double

1-Rhea Calls S.
Hernandez 112
B. Aguirre 112
S. Carvajal 108
O. "Bravo 108
G. Sanchez 112
R. Cristian 112
E. Dario 100
A. Ycaza 113
A. Crfediflio 110
2 Second B.
3- Joyero
4-Dofia Linda
5 Edward J.
6 Cheriton
7 Amelia'
8 Maglia
9 Camakas
2nd Race th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
tSocond Race
4 -- "t
1 Destello
2 Artigas
G. Sanchez 108
O. Bravo 118
J. Talavera 106
3 Deungalope
Dona r.
5 Cleron
6 Germanio
7 Mi Cautiva
8 Plucky
S Hernandez 108
G. Milord 113
J. Phillips 115
E. Dariq 105
Satnaniego 112
3rd Race "C" Natives i Fg.
,1 Danie,I
Bill
,4 Yosikito
i Mellizo
6-Chito
E. Dario 103
. t A. Credidio 118i
G.. Rivera 110
. J. Talavera 115
S. Gonzales 118
B. Baeza 108
4th Race

'Nofi-Wirtners" Imp. 4 F Purse 450.00
QUINIELA

1 Jaco
2 Quien Sera
3 Arancel
4 Guillotine
5 Luzbel
6 Big Sun
7 Gondotiero
8 Cho'Han
J. Avila 115
A. Cred'dio 108
O. Bravo 110
, R. Cristian 112
i A. Alfaro 110
V. Castillo 110
- B. Baeza 115
F. Hidalgo 115
5th Race "I" Natives 8 Fgs.
1 Solito
2 Don Manuel
3 Tingat
G. Sanchez 108
A. Ycaza 110
A. Jimenez 113
E. Dario 110
4 Zia
5 Golden Wonder J. Talav. 108
8 Silver Girl S. Hernandez 105
7 Julie A. Jordan 115x

(th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fes. Purse $500.00
First Race of the Double

1 Pangal
2 Roina
3 Silver Heels
4 Sapristi
A. Reyes R 112
B. Aguirre 115
J. Rodriguez 113
J. Ulloa 115
5 Mi Locura
A. Alfaro 113
6 Manandoagua G. Milord 112
7th Raee 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgt.
Second Race
1 Artie Princess A. Alfaro-110
2 Cervecero
8 English W,
4 Del Vecino
5 Otorongo
'6 Ringside
7 Manuela P.
8 Posiblemente
B. Baeza 112
G. Sanchez 112
V. Castillo 118
J. Talav. 106
G. Rivera 108
G. Miord 110
J. Ulloa 112

th Race 7th Series Imp. 4 Pat. Purse $450.00
QUINIELA

1 Atomic S.
2 Corviglia
3 Alhajar
4 Grimilda
5 Rajah
8 Mama Lola
7 Lanero
8 Segador
9 Fifito
10 Le Matelot
B. Aguirre 118
G. Sanchez 110
J. Goneora 11$
A. Credidio 102
. Jose R. 110
J. Talav. 108
J. Jimenez 108
A. Reye R. 115
G. Milord 110
B. Baeza 113

fth Race "Special' Imp. 4 FtVlurse $450.00
ONR TWO

1 Last Dust
2 Indian Call
3 La Desiree
4 Prncesa G.
8 Rosalina
6 Festival
7 Cool Cat II
8 Tsrasca ;
9 Mauriclo"
J. Talav. 106
J. V: Diaz 102x
B. Baeza 109
G. Sanchez 120
v'lt. Cristian 112
J. Jimenez 108
8. Hernandez 112
R. Prestan lOOx
G. Milord 110
10th Race 2nd Series Imp. 4 P
ONI
1 Homan
2 Phillipipon
3 Rosita M. ..."
4 Alpina
5 8ehader,
6 r-Parasol
7 Guadalcanal
8 Horacio
9 Sculptor.
, F. Alvarez 110
R. Prestan 101X
G-. Rivera 108
B. Baeza 113
ArAlfaro 108
B. Aguirre 110
- JS. usrio 104,
J. Rodriguez 110
A. Credidio 106

Entries
Com meet
Oddt
Pool Closes 1:00
Newcomer; dangerous
-r-Unknown quantity
Improved; close up
Good early speed
English importation
Form indicates
--Hasn't shown much
Hard to beat here
Usually disappoints
41
10-1
4- 1
8-1
5- 1
2-1
15-1
2-1
4-1
Purse B. 450.00 Pool Closes 1:30
of tho Double
Reportedly ready
-Usually disaippoints
Not against these
4- 1
5- 2
25-1
3-1
31
10-1
Dubious effort last
Vastly improved
Bad legs hamper
Could make it here
Gets test this time
5-1
31
Purse $425.00 Pool Closes 2:00
Doesn't seem likely 30-1
Back in. top form 3-2
Could make it here 3-1
In fight to finish 3-2
Dangerous contender 5 2
Jockey may help 4-1
Pool Closes 2:30
Debut was revealing
Better this week
Can run: fractious
Makes first start
Poor ride in debut
Didn't show much
Didn't impress
Has good workouts
EVEN
81
3-1
10-1
31
251
3-2
3-2
Purse 375.00 Pool Closes 1:00
Nothing recently 31
Distance to Jiking 3-t
Could make it here 5-2
Early speed only 10-1
Should score here 3 2
Distance may handicap 8-1
Jockey only handicap 5 2
Pool Closes 3:40
Would pay off here 10-1
Form indicates 2-1
Better this week 2-1
Could go all the way 4-1
Rates good chance 8-5
Could make It too 8-5
Purse $400.00
Pool Closes 4:00
of tho Double
Could score again 5-1
Jockey should help 1-1
Nothing- recently 25-1
Would surprise 10-1
Ran well in last 101
Not against these 30-1
Last doesn't count H-2
Form indicates EVEN
Pool Closet 4:40
Reportedly Improved 15 1
Could surprise 81
Knocking at. door. 5-2
Good early speed 4-1
Returns from layoff 5-1
Better this time 3 1
Longshot specialist 25 1
Usually close up 31
Much -too slow 10-1
Mutuels favorite 3 2
Pool Closes 5:15
'Doesn't seem likely
Brief early, speed
Usually close up
Form indicates
Unknown quantity
Ran well in last
Reportedly classy
Good early speed
-Would pay off
10-1
80-1
3 1
3-2
10-1
81
EVEN
15-1
Purse $750.00
TWO
Pool Closes 5:40
Favorite rider up ' 4-1,
V t 4 . I flMK
juusi go mucn lower luu-i
r-Could surprise here 10-1
No. 1 contender 2-1
Not good enough 30-1
Not readv vet 20.1
Would pay fat odds 10-1
Could make It here 41
Rates fair chance M 4-6

American
Swings

American Leeion baseball
swingJ into -its second week of
action tomorrow with the league
leaders, Westinghouse and Spur
Cola, scheduled to Lent it out foi
first place at the Mount Hope
Stadium beginning at 1 p.m.
On the Pacific Side a single
game will get unde-wa, at the
Balboa Stadium at 2 p.m. with
both Orange Kist and Panama In
surance trying to get out of the
cellar.
Saturday's came at Mount Hone
will be the first time these teams
nave met and nientv nt artin .-an
be expected as both teams are tied
for first place as a result of their
double victories over the oist
week. Westinghouse anDears to
have a slight edge on Sour Cola
because ot their relatively pasv
defeat over Panama Insurance on
bunday, the same team that bat battled
tled battled the Atlantic siders for U in
nines before coins down to de
feat 6 to 5.
Both teams havfe heon wnrkino
out all week and are in top shape
for the Saturday afternoon con contest.
test. contest. No information could hp re
tained from either manager as to
wno wouia get tne starting assig assignments
nments assignments on the mound. For Vit-
inghouse, it is expected that man man-aeer
aeer man-aeer Nick Flnrpe will roll
Amato or, Chico Martin, both of
wnom won their ball games last
week.
ManaPPT T.llthpr Ollinn urill hgna
a choice of Stromberg, Bowers or
Hakanson. Hakanson, who got cre credit
dit credit for last Saturday's 11 inning 6
to 5 win over Panama nifphari nn
hit ball for the last 8 innings.
The game on the Pacific Side
between orange Kist and Pana Panama
ma Panama Insurance is bound to be a
hard played ball game the way
as both managers, coached and
players for both teams will be
doing their best to help the oppo opposition
sition opposition be nam:: the leagues "cel "cellar
lar "cellar dwellers".
Orange Kist and Panama In Insurance
surance Insurance are short on pitching,
however, with the Insurancemen,
picking up some new players, this
will give them more power at the
plate which may be the differ difference
ence difference between victory and defeat.
AU four teams will see action
again on Sunday at Balboa Sadium
where beginning at l p.m. Pana Panama
ma Panama Insurance will host the Cola-
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AGENTS:
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE-2-0740
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
LEAVE YOU VAD WITH ONE OT OUK AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-37 "H" STREET. PANAMA UBRERIA FRECIADO f Street Mo. 13 AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE PDBUCACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plaxa CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 46 LOURDES PHARMACY 1st La CarraaqniUa FARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
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MACIA FARMACIA VAN DER MS 5t Street Ne. S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parget Lefevre T Street FARMACIA "IAS" Via Pome 111 at NOVEDADES ATHIS
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For

Resorts
PHILLIPS Oeaansid Cortagos
Santa Clin R. da ". M" Pa Panama
nama Panama 1-1877 Cristobal S-1673.
fosttr cottsaes, between Santa
Clara and Rio Haro. New low
rates. Phono Balboa 2830.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished hr bedroom bout with
private bathroom, livinoroom,
diningroom, private office, two
perches, maid'l quarters, two
garages. Located in front or tho
El Panama Hotel. Campo Alegre.
For details, call De Latorre i i-7206.
7206. i-7206. FOR RENT: I bedrooms house,
living-dining room, kitchen,
maid's room, 2 bafhroom com completely
pletely completely furnished, including wash washing
ing washing machine, near El Canareio,
First Ave, El Carmen No. 88,
Tel. 3-6070.
FOR RENT:
Furnished son
mam and apartment. Via Porras
i and si
No.
46, San Francisco.
Miscellaneous
FDR RENT: Large combined
wood working and machine shop,
reasonable, excellent location.
Telephone business hours 2-
21121.
t
ommercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial space)
or for office, recently built build building
ing building with private parking space.
Marianela Building, Justo Arose Arose-mens
mens Arose-mens Avenue. Call 2-1155 dur-
in m..v ,.v.-, -,
Mexican Sfudenls
Fight Fare Increase
By Stealing Buses
f MONTERREY, Mexico, Jan. 23
h- (UPI) Federal troops kept a
Vigil on the autonomous University
of Nuevo Leon today after students
stole a number of urban Duses ana
drove one into the Santa Catarina
River to protest a fractional fare
Increase which hag not yet even
been approved by tho municipal
government.
Thirty-three persons were injur injured
ed injured in rioting which began Monday
night as students, joined by rail railway
way railway workers, battled troops after
stealing the buses. The students
began comandeering buses while
the City Council held a meeting
to discuss the projected far in increase.
crease. increase. Police said that at least four
buses were still missing yesterday.
Undoubtedly the students took
their inspiration from students of
the National University of Mexico
in Mexico City who forced Pres President
ident President Ruiz Cortinez to annul a fare
Increase by stealing 300 buses in a
ireek of daily rioting last September.

Houses

Rooms J

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Advertise in this section Ads only cost $25.50 per month
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

FOR SALE
FRIQETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
$270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
IN NICKELCADM1UM
EVERLASTING BATTERY
Yolo International
f155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block' front Railroad
e : Station.

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Apartments
FOR RENT: From February 1st.,
penthouse, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
dining, living, large, wide porch
(seaside), kitchen, hot water,
maid's room (with hatha, garage.
$150.00. Bella Vista. Calls 44
Colombia, Edrticio Sousa, Tel.
3-2017.
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: One bedroom
apartment, livingroom. kitchen.
Ideal location. Next street from
4th of July Avenue. Call 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.
1157.
FOR RENT: Beautiful ml 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
room. Marianela Building, usto
Arosemena Avenue. Call 2-1155
during office hours.
FOR RENT: April and May, two
bedroom, air conditioned, com completely
pletely completely furnished apartment in
Panama's most exclusive build building.
ing. building. Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR RENT: Well located apart apartments
ments apartments furnished or unfurnished
4 of uly Avenue No. Tl-352
ifacing Quarry Heights entrance,
for information call telephone
or earn building apartment No.
9.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water. New house. El
Cangreio, $165.00, Tel. 3-6589.
. FOR RENT: On bedroom
apartment, livingroom, kitchen.
Ideal location. Next street from
4th of July Avenue, Calle Da Darren
rren Darren No. 14-21. Apply Apt. 2.
WANTED
WANTED TO RENT: American
family desires three bedroom
chalet In residential section for
long term occupancy. Call 3 3-4338
4338 3-4338 Heavily Armed
Bandits Attack
Brazilian Town
FLORIANOPOLIS. Brazil. Jan.
23 (UPI) A band of some 60
heavily armed bandits swooped
down at dawn today on tne
town of Campos Novos, santa
nntarina State, and attacked
several business establishments.
Heavy firing was reported in
the town of 30,000 before the
bandits disappeared in the di direction
rection direction of Curitibanos. It had
not been determined whether
any casualties resulted.
AleTteH State police headed
for Curitibanos to head off any
possible atetmpt to sack that
community which is about the
same size as Campos Novos.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Alt rat
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rniM and Information?
Tel. Panama 2-0r52
Mondny Mini Friday
9:00 a.m. 10 13:00
2:00 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
SAWGRASS FOR PAPER
LAKELAND, Fla. (UPI) Saw
grass, which grows plentifully in
Florida s Everglades, could pro
vide an answer to dwindling sup
plies of woodpulp, the Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern Chemurgic Conference was
told Tuesday. Dr. K. Starr Ches Chester,
ter, Chester, scientist from Alton, VI., de described
scribed described sawgrass as one of the
best raw materials for manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing paper.
SOUNDPROOF CELLS
MANCHESTER, England (UPI)
Prison commissioners have ap approved
proved approved plans for soundproof cells
for shrieking women in Strange Strange-ways
ways Strange-ways Jail here. The plans were
drawn up after a run of sleepless
nights for prisoners and prison officials.

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. Emerson console radio, 3
speed, phono comb, $75. Call
Navy 3032.
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 sat.
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 Cu-rundu.
rundu. Cu-rundu. FOR SALE: Studio couch,
$59.00. Wicker chairs, $5.50.
Folding chairs, $1.75; 4 pes, liv livingroom
ingroom livingroom sets 150.00; diningroom
set 49.00; wardrobes 25.00;
China closets 18.00; metal beds
wsprings 15.00; desk 39.00;
swivel chairs 15.00; springs 12. 12.-50;
50; 12.-50; mattresses 8.00; chairs 1. 1.-50;
50; 1.-50; pillows 1.50; etc. Easy pay payments,
ments, payments, Household Exchange, Na National
tional National Avenue 41, Tels. 3-4911,
3-7348.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bunk
beds. Mahogany dining room set
table, chair and China closet,
0595-B, Bayano Street. Phone
2-4422.
FOR SALE: Six piece bamboo,
livingroom set. Via Espana No.
2027, Tel. 3-2150.
FOR SALE: Baby carriage, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $25.00, phone
2-3632.
FOR SALE: Desks, metal seer,
rant chairs, wooden, chairs, filing
cabingtir" metal ; tables, three
typewriters. Colliers encyclopydia
with Harvard classics. Three alee-:
trie fane 12'' oscillating. Three
fleurascent lamps four 40 watt.
One, two fgrty watt. Plants. Ad Adding
ding Adding machine. Tel. 2-2217.
FOR SALE: Upholstered living
room set four pieces. Modern
dining room set, nine pieces. Mo Modern
dern Modern bedroom set, five pieces.
Maqic Chef gas stove, Crosley
refrigerator 1 1 ft. New Camphor
wood set, 35"xl7". Variety of
plants, tables, chairs, beds,
standing and table lamps. Mir Mirror
ror Mirror and other household items.
Phone 3-0080.
FOR SALE: Modern bedroom
set sjx pieces. Diningroom set
set, nine pieces. Modern living living-room,
room, living-room, recently upholstered, seven
pieces, gas stove, Frigidaira re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, seven feet. Corral,
couch, crib, childs bed, other ar articles.
ticles. articles. Telephone 3-6050.
FOR SALE: Chinese ebony liv livingroom,
ingroom, livingroom, ten pieces, sold together
or separate. 34th St. No. 4-58.
FOR SALE: One beautiful ma mahogany
hogany mahogany dining room set. Com Complete,
plete, Complete, like new, consisting of 1 2
pieces. Also: Beautiful Italian
figurines, Italian crystal and Chi China
na China with silver. 4 sets of nylon
vertical blind. Call Balboa 2 2-3380
3380 2-3380 or home address 0788 Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson Place, Balboa.
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Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
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Phone 3-4984 3-4985
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Main Mainline
line Mainline Fordor, standard shift, ra radio,
dio, radio, 4 new W$W. Call 84-4202,
after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth
convertible, push-button trans transmission,
mission, transmission, power steering, power
brakes, radio, 1 6,000 miles, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2989.
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobila
88, $325. Tel. 83-7290, Cu Cu-rundu.
rundu. Cu-rundu. FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super,
2-door, hardtop, Dynaflow, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Call Navy
2550.
Army Security Head
Visits Facilities
During 4-Day Tour
Brig. Gen. John C. Monahan,
deputy chief, U.S. Army Security
Agency, arrived from Washington
Wednesday for a four-day tour in
the Canal Zone.
After a briefing at Headquart Headquarters,
ers, Headquarters, U.S. Army Caribbean, Mona Monahan
han Monahan began an official visit at
Headquarters, U.S. Army Securi Security
ty Security Agency Caribbean, Fort Kob Kob-be.
be. Kob-be. His orientation included tours of
installations on both sides of the
Isthmus, with Lt. Col. Ernest E.
Knight, chief, U.S. Army securi security
ty security Agency Caribbean, as escort.
Capt. Dale C. Beelman, aide de
carrm, accompanied Monahan
from Washington. They are to re return
turn return to the U.S. tomorrow.
Forearms. With
Finaers Too?
DENVER (UPI)' Leslie Car Carter,
ter, Carter, a Denver inventor, has devel devel-nnprl
nnprl devel-nnprl a machine which disposes
of empty cans and bottles. The
machinery include a water pressure-operated
hydraulic cylinder
with a disposable waxed carton.
The items ate placed jp. a kit kit-I
I kit-I c bun drawer and tile nachine
crushes them to bits and stores
them in a waxed carton fcf up to
two month?. ..,
Carter has formed' a eomnanv
A.llorl "rn.i.Wir" to nrnrlur
and market th gadget and will
have it on the market carry in liua.
TRAFFIC 1NCREASIS
WARSAW (tfPD Private mo
toring is increasing so fast in
Communis Roland that 4,ooo traf traffic
fic traffic policerneh will be added to the
force this year, officials said
yesterday. Highway accidents
climbed from 16,251 in 1957 to 20.-
567 in 1958.
LINER TURNS BACK
HAMBURG, Germany (UPI)
Motor trouble Tuesday forced Ger
many's largest passenger liner,
the 30,029-ton Hanseatic, to return
to port shortly after it sailed for
Mew York with 484 passengers.
The ship put in here for an over
haul.

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For the person who wants to establish himself with
small capital and good Immediate returns.
We sell ALL or PART ot our representations of foreign
houses, well established and producing good returns
now. Write "OPPORTUNITY," P.O. Box 134, Panama,.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Bella Vista, three
bedroom house, furnished. 1957
four door Ford, call 3-3417.
Boats & 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 Later-
Will sell or trade for boat or
motor, now Kenmore gas water
heater. Mr, Sweeney, 3-6426
mornings;
Large stock new and used out outboard
board outboard rhetors, 3 h.p. to 50 h.p.
Name your price, within reason.
Wo buy, sell and trade. ABER ABER-NATHY.
NATHY. ABER-NATHY. New S to 14 ft. fiberglass boats,
from $250. New 14 and 15
Marina Plywood boats, from
$275. Naw 17 feet Cabin Crui Cruiser.
ser. Cruiser. $585. unpointed. Best va values
lues values over offered in Panama. Lass
than ana half of States price.
ABERNATHY.
Just received BUCCANEER mo motors.
tors. motors. Beautiful, economical, fast,
quiet and inexpensive. Made by
Outboard Marina Carp., makers
of Johnson and Evinrude. The
most talked about motor in the
U.S. ABERNATHY SPORTING
GOODS, across side street Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel. Phono 3-0264 3 3-895.
895. 3-895. FOR SALE: Divan $25, four
dining chairs $10, four arm
chairs $20, all Rattan. Book case
$10, Simmons couch $85, 6410.
Los Rios. u
Younger Churchill
Runs For Office
In Wrona District
LONDON (UPf) Randolph.
unurcnui, son of Sir Winston
Churchill, cot himself a man nt
England today and sallied forth to
do battle for th rnnrvtlv ,t
in the House of Commons from
Bournemouth East.
ChurehiU'g campaign got off to
a false start Tuesday when he
started politicking in tha wrong
district.
He called a press conference at
the Fiva Star Royal Bath Hotel
at Bournemouth to announce his
arrival to "test the political tem temperature."
perature." temperature." He said he hoped the
local voters would call on him to
discuss the state of things in
Bournemouth East.
"They won't come here," a re reporter
porter reporter told him.
"Why not?" asked Churchill.
"Well; this is Bournemout
West."-
'Well, replied Churchill, "I
must get a map and tally forth.
PANAMA 2-2904

Real Estate

FOR SALIs Lore 500 and 1.000
matin, m the Nuovo Hipodreme
Urbanisation, across the Remon
Racetrack. AH lot with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarneH.
Tel. 1-2567.
' FOR SALE: Concrete chalet,
two bed rooms, eighteen Miami
windows, will give free of charge
all furniture, tools toft, ate, to
buyer, only $10,000.00. Coma
out and tag ft, desen't cast any anything,
thing, anything, IDA. DOMINGO DIAZ
Street, II Buen Pastor House No.
430, Til. 4-030J, Panamo.
FOR SALE: Bargain, beautiful
farm at Cermeno. Phone 2-3 1 62.
Lessons
Piano lessons, group (6) begin beginners,
ners, beginners, $1.00. Monday, Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Friday, 4 to 5 p.m. Amer American
ican American Legion, upstairs, Mrs. Tor Tor-bert.
bert. Tor-bert. BALBOA MIXED LIAGUI
Teams W L
Canada Dry 46 42
Dillon Hickman 41 30
Camel-Winston-Salem 40 32
Grecha Music Store 40 32
Pabst Blue Ribbon 39 33
Bass Shoes 38 33
Boyd Brothers Ins. 38 34
Turco Products 38 36
Ideal Bread, Pascual Cookies
Paper Mate Pens 32 40
ELonite 17 55
Leading averages: (men) Nick-
isher 171, Rudy 169, Clontz 165
fLadies): Rudy 154, Metzger 150
Glud 136.
W Canada Dry Hi-Spot 4
. Camel-Winston-Salem IV ; ,,
A 1W Hi Cruita innr.inil)it thipr
red hot bowling, and cemented
their hold on the top position. Only
in the middle game were the Ca-
nada urys cnaiiengea dui iney
still won. it by 26 pins.
TtrnrB Hassler and Georffe
Metzger had sparkling scratch
nt 50ft and 519. and in the
hanrlirnn hraplrM thev were 10H1-
ed by Mimi Metzger's 502 and
Manny Fernandez 550. For tne dis discarded
carded discarded packs od cigarettes of Ca Camel,
mel, Camel, Winston and Salem Little
Ann Hill and Jesse Pate offered
the most resistance in the. losing
cause with 558 and 503 hdep series.
The Canada Dry's advantage
has grown from a slim one and
half points to a comfortable four
and half margin, a nice cushion
since the first part of tho season
ends in three weeks. Unless they
have a complete reversal of form,
the Canada Dry will be in the roll
off between the first and second
part winners.
Dillon-Hickman 1
Pascual Ceeklet S
. The Dillon Hickman contractors
broke the barrier with a win by
44 pins. Their victims, Pascual
Cookies of Panama nicked them
selves off the floor and delivered
a real haymaker in trouncing the
Dillons bv 151 Dins in the aecond
round., The heavy puncher of the
pins at this stage was Cookie ie ie-ber
ber ie-ber with a 200.
The Cookies swinging tho pins
off the boards and completed the
KO of Dillon Hickman pennant
hopes by winning the third game
and the TP. All of tho Pascual
Cookies went over the 500 hdep
quota, Rolph Dietrich 537 Mim
Smith, 545, June Blaney 553, Bob
Blaney 567 and Joe Bieber and Joe
Bieber 506. The big man of the
Dand H was the foreman, jWilson
Dillon with a 516 scratch. Glenn
McNall 504, Trudi Ganfl 507 and
Lee Clontz 506 did it via tha handi
cap route.
Grecha Music Store S
Boyd Brothers 1
Going into the fray both teams
were tied for fourth placo money.
The Boyd Brother Penquins were
the first to collect a premium of
victory by 88 sticks, and it looked
very bleak for Central Avenue
Grecha Music Makers, However,
they found the pins more respon responsive
sive responsive to their tune in the next
game, when Don Rudy recorded a
201 melody, and Grechas want on
to win by 20 pins. Unfortunately
for tho Boyd Brotheri they lost
their touch, and took it on the chin
for 168 pins in the finale, and with
that th Grechas took the TP
maker.
.Lou Glud and Don .Rudy team teamed
ed teamed up to deliver 527 and 526
scratch series, and the whole team
finished in the 500 hdep category.
Vi Rudy 512, Bev Halliday 560,
Helen Glud, Lou Glud 569 and Don
Rudy 550. For the Boyd 'Brotheri,
teacher Paul Karat led his pen penguins
guins penguins with 561. His wife Nita 546,
Glnny Deveau 505, and, Coach
Curlv Bates 507 all hdco. Grecha
now finds itself tied for third place

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Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
PHONI IALBOA 1709
SPECIAL LIMITED OFFER to
tha consumers of "Jaben Amo Amo--
- Amo-- ricano". Far 25 wrappers ef "Ja "Ja-bon
bon "Ja-bon Americana" you get tha
authentic Egyptian English dream
book "El Camello". Interprets
your dreams and fives numbers,
also has the winning prizes ef tha
last 20 years. Limited amount
500 books. One book par person
only. In Colon Laa Lay house.
We will recive shortly a lot ef
Spanish books. Look for our ad.
Jaboneria El Pacifico, Pasadena,
1st. Street Na. 3, Tal. S-1226.
but time is running out to eatch
the leaders.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer S
Pan Ideal 1
The Ideal Bread Bakers, pulled
the lirst earn nut nt tho nvon hv
52 pins. They continued their sa-
xisiaciory jcegung but the Pabst
Blue Ribbon beers bottled 12 more
pins than Ideal and evened the
match. In the big one, the Pabst
Ribbon overpowered the Breads,
slicing them into the lost column
by 58 maples, and with that they
took the bonus point.
Dee Cartervwai tho Rln DiKhnn
orewmaster with a 508 scratch
ana aw nacp. Ana stalemate Har Harry
ry Harry Rouse made it 566 hdep for the
Pabst ninstpr Fnr rti. 1VU.1
I - J -.. HIV 1U,01
Breads, Jim Reccia, throughly
mawea out from his Journey to the
States clipped 543 and Earl Freund
This night's result konr th. p. kef
Blue Ribbon Beers in the scram
ble lor th runnerup spot.
Paper Mat Pens 1
Turco Product 1
The story in the nutshell of this
match was too much Raul Alva.
raao as far as the Turco Sultans
were concerned. Raul rolled a 589
scratch and 607 hdeo series. In th
opener he smacked a 210 and the
Papermate Pens won by 14 pins.
He slipped to 155 and the Turcos
Cleaned UD bv 44. nins Alvararln
came back stronger than ever
witn a 224 and the Paper Mates
penned themselves three Mints.
The rest of Paoer Mat wsra
not standing idly by when Raul
was devasting the wood, because
Mildred Neeley hit 543. Carmen
Flores 521 matched Ernies Wol-
itasky's score. The Turcos also put
on a good display of bowling, when
the league leading bowler, Bill
Nickisher blasted 507 scratch and
528 hdep. Lou Castro too is find
ing the Balboa lanes to his liking
witn a 524 scratch and 548 hdep.
The two ladies on the Turco roster
also gave a good account of them.
selves, when Rose Nickisher scor
ed the most for her team with 558
and Patricia Bailey 511 both hdep.
Bass Shoo 4, Ebonite
Tho lowly Ebonites took a ter
rific beating from the Bass Shoes,
when they dropped au four points.
None of the Ebonites could got
going, and none of the games were
close. On the other side of the
scoring sheet, four of the Bass
Shoes went over the 500 hdep mark
whereas no Ebonite hit over the
5C figure.
The closest any EDonite came
to the mark was Fred Martinez
with 498. For the Bass Shoes, Bet Betty
ty Betty McGuire and Claus Kleishman
nad identical high marks of 572
hdep Jim Catron was next in line
with 550 and Elsi jueisnman com completed
pleted completed tho route of the Ebonites
with a 530. The Ebonites have
clinched the cellar position, even
if the Ebonites won their next
twelve points they still could not
get out of tho basement.
DIABLO BUSINESS
WOMEN'S LBAGUE
Team W L
Rudesheim Contract 43 31
Glidden Paints 36 28
Balboa "Beerettes 32,31
Roger's Rompers 28 35
Shoppers 38 36
Mountain Dew 24 40
Leading averager.. Rudy 154,
Schmidt 152, Mitchusson 15L
Rudoshoim 4 Roger's Rompers I
Trie pennant-bound RUdesheims
fsttened their first place advant advantage
age advantage at the expense of the Rogers
Rompers. It was a runaway for
the future champs getting 338 pins
more than the Rogers Rompers ac
crued durinsr the niaht.
EveryRudy gal went over the
500 hdea mark with southpaw Mat
ty Waynetii setting the mc witk

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Protect your hema and proper,
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Prompt scientific treatment a
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Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
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Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
NEW YORIC Jan. 23 flTPfV
Stocks continued' to move irregu
arly in moderate trading today al
ter a late decline yesterday wip
ed out the gains, registered o;
Wednesday.
The market was a disappoint
ment to thnsai whn hlr rfiat vos
terday's late dip- reflected rum
ors of an impending boost in th
Federal Reserve discount rate
Since the rte held unchanged
the market should have recover
ea ioaay; it.,, was new.
ACF Ind SOttb
.. Advocate Asbestos 3.35b
Aluminum Ltd. 32
Amer Cyanamid 499
Allegany Corp u
Amer Motors 884
Amer Tel and Tel 231
Anaconda Copper : 66Vi
Arkansas Fuel 38
AVC'O Mfg 11.
Bethlehem Steel 52
Bettinger- Corp 78b
Bicroft Uranium 98b
British Pet 8
Burroughs 399
Canadian Eagle 7ib
Celanese 28
Cerro de Pasco 47
Chicago Great West SOHb
Chrysler, 52
Cities Service 63s
Coastal- Caribe lVi
Creole-Pet 62V4
Crown Corp and Seal 31b
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 13-18
Du Pont 211
1 Paso Natural Gas S84
Eversharp 21
Fairchild Engine 9
Fargo Oil , 7
Fehnont Pt J 74
General Dynamics 4 62
General Electric 784
General Motors ' 49914
General Plywood 18V4
Gulf Oil 12614
Harsco Steel s 424
Hayden Newport
Howe Sound
Ml Petroleum 4434
int aei and Tel 62
Lorillard 8314
Martin Co. 34
New England Tel It Te! 164V4
Northrop Air 34
Olin Mathieson 46
Pancoastal s
Pan Israel b
Pantepec Oil igiA
Phillips Pet 46
Pure Oil
RCA s
Reynolds Metal T2S4
Royal Dutch Shell 48
San Jacinto 299b
Shell Trsnsp ,.,21ttb
Signal Oil and Crtr'-" 42
Sinclair Oil 66
Socony Mobile 50
Sperry Rand 24
Standard Oil NJ 57
Sterlin Precision
Studebaker--Packard
Superior Oil 2110
Texas Gulf Prods 33
Underwood ;; 23
United Canso Oft l-lf-M
U.S. Rubber v ,n.
U.S. Steel v. 90S
Universal Cyclops 36-8
Westinghouse Elee 73
"Wheeling Steel. 57
579. VI Russell rustled 530' pins ofl
the lanes. Gwen Sack and Muriel
Mitchusson ware tied with 520,
and 1 Lefty Gladys Graham 504,
For tne nompers who had trough
night, Edna Lang was a lone stai
with a 532. All hdep scores. s
SELL PRINTINO WORKS ;
t-ONDON nrpt
Luke's Printing Works, where
Britain's lunar ia.i,'k.. kuif
printed for 30 years, has been
aold by the Bank of England. for
$2,800,000. The bank transferred
plant just outside London A rear

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Congress Hears Westi

"Generators For TV Defective
: WASHINGTON Jan 23 (UPI) Government auditors told Congress yesterday that $46,000,000 worth of gen generators
erators generators bought by the Tennessee Valley Authority from Westinghouse Electric Corp do not work properly.
Comotroller General Joseph Campbell said in an audit of TVA operations that the agency was studying
whether it should claim damages. Campbell, who is Congress's special watchdog on government spending, de described
scribed described the damages as "substantial."
" Westinghouse said in defense that the generators were of advanced design. When modifications now under
ay are completed, it said, they will be "equal to or better than machines TVA could have obtained anywhere.
s L.ll - J U firm wnc frvinn to mflkft flood.

wampDell fcuiiksucu m 9 :

t He said Westinghouse had re replaced
placed replaced some major parts and was
repairing others on the 14 defec defective
tive defective turbo-generators. TVA bought
thi equipment for its Shawnee and
Kingston steam plants.
He said an agreement had been
reached whereby TVA will not
take any action regarding damage
elaim until Dec. 31. 1959. West West-inghouse,
inghouse, West-inghouse, for its part, has waived
the statute of limitations on such
claims until Dec. 31. 1962.
As originally installed, Campbell
said the generators failed to meet
the heat rate specified in the con contracts.
tracts. contracts. This required the use of
more coal to get a given heat
rate thus boosting fuel costs.
The audit said some improve improvements
ments improvements resulted when three units
were modified, but they still didn t
meet the contract specification
and tests of an additional modifi modification
cation modification have been agreed upon.

"Serious mechanical difficulties
also have been encountered in op operating
erating operating these machines," the re report
port report continued-.
A. C. Monteith, Westinghouse
vice president, said in a statement
that the firm now has developed a
new turbine blade which already
has been installed on one of the
TVA machines. He said this blade
is expected te enable the gener generators
ators generators to meet their original heat
rate, or efficiency rating.
Monteith said Westinghouse also
has solved metallurgical problems
encountered "in these very ad advanced
vanced advanced machines," and modifica modifications
tions modifications to correct these troubles will
be completed by mid 1959.
The company official termed
the TVA turbines "a pioneering
effort," because of their size and
the temperatures and pressures, at
which they operate.

CZJC Students Register Monday
For Second Term Daytime Courses

Individuals eligible to enroll in
the Canal Zone Junior College who
re beyond the normal junior col col-leee
leee col-leee age may enroll as parttime
da? studentsf taking whatever
purses they desire, Dean Roger
L-Hackett has announced. They
Jnay.also. of course, enroll as full full-time
time full-time stuaents.
' Students without the proper aca academic
demic academic background may enroll on
; "No Credit' basis and others
who may not be interested in for formal
mal formal credit may also enroll on this
basis.
'students who are within the
normal junior college age range
Hit y also enroll as parttime day
Sudenti although the great major major-y
y major-y of such students enroll as full-

time ones
"Generally

mywhere from about

RVcather Or Not

nis weather report for trie 24
hours ending; 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the

Panama canal company.
Vv 1 Balboa Cristobal

Atlantans Quietly Accept
Mixed Seating In Buses

TEMPERATURE :
High
low
HUMIDITY:
. HMfh
,-Low

93
72
93
51

WIND:
(max. mph)
RAIN (inches)

NW-17
.18

WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 78

83
74

85
74

N-21
.19

82

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 85.45
Madden Dam 248.12

BALBOA TIDES

SATURDAY, JAN.
HIGH

Time
3:15 a.m
3:45 p.m.

LOW

Time

24

Ht.
14.4 ft.
14.5 ft.

Ht.

8:43 am. 0.5 ft.

10:01 p.m.

0.9 ft.

15 to 30 students beyond the nor

mal college age have been .enroll

ed, some on a fulltime basis, out

mostly as parttime stuaems. jmni

of thorn-have-teen. m. their w s

and 30's but their ages have rangea

upward to 76. Many of thenv have
been enrolled in.convme.rci. a 1
courses but there .have always
been some who were enrolled in
various other courses Such as lan

guages, mathematics,, icience,
English, and history.

Most of the parttime students,
. . 1 J .. L. ..in.

are not lnieresiea in aueuiuwig

to complete the requirements or

graduation, xney are lmeresieu iu
particular courses for definite rea-1
sons, generally of a cultural, ayc ayc-cntional,
cntional, ayc-cntional, or vocational nature.
But some do go on to graduate.
Thus, in most of the CZJC gra graduating
duating graduating classes there have been
students who were In their late
20'8 and 30's who completed most
of the requirements as parttime,
Extension Division or Summer Ses Session
sion Session students. Some graduates
have even been in their 40's. In
fact, one student was graduated
only a short time before she was
retired from the Canal service at
the age of B2. Two years later she

was igraauatea irm
State University, and she is now
taking graduate work in the Uni University
versity University of North Carolina.

enma narttima dav students al

so enroll in Extension Division
vening courses.

Registration for second semest semester
er semester day classes will take place on
Monday and classes.will begin the
next day. Altho registration for Ex Extension
tension Extension Division classes has alrea already
dy already been held, additional registra registrations
tions registrations will be accepted all next week
including Monday and Thuxday
evenings (6:30 7:30 p.m.). Ex Extension
tension Extension Division classes will have
their first meetings on February
2.
. m
Friction On Snow
Sets Tires Afire;
Car Burns Up
DAVENPORT, Iowa. Jan. 2 -(UPI)
The wheels of his car
spun so furiously while Davenport
insurance man George Healey was

trying to climb a snowy hill yes yesterday
terday yesterday that: the tires caught fire
and flames destroyed the vehicle,
Authorities said friction set fire
to the tires and the flames spread
to the oily underside of the auto.

ATLANTA, (UPI) Enforced

racial segregation ended quiet-'
ly Wednesday on the metro metropolitan
politan metropolitan transit system in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, one of the last major
southern cities to require it

Although the requirement of
separate seating of whites and
Negroes was dead, the practice
continued-out of habit, prefer preference
ence preference or individual choice. A
great majority of Negro pas passengers
sengers passengers took seats as usual in
the rear of buses and trolleys.
The passing of bus segrega segregation
tion segregation here was noted, however,
in the fact that Negro pas passengers"
sengers" passengers" could and some
did take seats anywhere
they pleased. On some runs,
Netroes sat at the front of
the vehicles with white pas passengers
sengers passengers seated behind them.

There were no incidents re reported.
ported. reported. Neither was there any
mass- rush by Negroes,- either

individually or in. groups, to

take front seats.

In other integration-segrega

tion developments. Virginia of

ficlals began a die-hard effort

Silver Beaver Award
To Be Given Tonight
At Scouting Dinner

Who will get the Silver Beav

er?

That was the bis Question on

the lips of all Scouters In the
Canal Zone today, especially
adults who give their time and
leadership to- the Scout pro

gram.

Not until the Beaver to ac

tually awarded at tonight's spe

cial dinner at the Margarita

Clubhouse with the name of the

winner be known.

The Silver Beaver is the high"

est award-the -Canal Zone Bov

Scout Council can bestow. It is

iven to the adult leader who

ias done the most for scout

ing the past year.

t. nriMAnta.tlon will be a

highlight of the annual awards

an4 ronnsniucm dinner, wie imk-

gest event oi tne year ioi uun
Scout leaders. The dinner, ex

clusively for adult scouters, is

expected to draw more tnan auu
den mothers, eub and Scout

masters, explorer advisers, com
mitt-omen, institutional repre

sentatives, officers nd eouncll

members.

A special train is leaving Bal-t

boa at 5 i.m. to -taice pacmc
aiders to Cristobal where they
will be met by buses which will

transport them to Margarita for
the dinner.
Other awards In addition to
the Silver Bearer also will be
given for outstanding scouting

work durinsr the 'past year. A

feature guest speaker will be

Frank Rogers of the Camplnsr

Division of Boy Scout national
headquarters. Rogers presently

is vlsitlnar the Isthmus to ad

vise the Council as to how-best
deve'op its new campsite at

Madden Lake.

to prevent some school integra

tion despite collapse of her

massive resistance" laws Mon

day. Arlington County, Va.

School Board attorney argued

before a federal appeals court

that the county has not prac

ticed racial discrimination.

Arlnigton, a suburb of Wash

ington, D.C., is under court or

der to admit 12 Negro pupils to

junior high school by Feb. 2,

The school board was to ask s
postponement.

In Washington, President
Eisenhower said federal agen agencies
cies agencies are studying the matter
of educating children of mili military
tary military personnel affected by
school closings in Norfolk,
Va site of a huge naval base.
Norfolk school officials plan
to try to re-epen schools there
in about two weeks.

The Little Rock. Ark.. School

Board asked a federal court to
allow it to re-open four schools
on a segregated basis Jan. 26

and to figure out later how to

operate under the UJS. Supreme
Court's de-segregation, orders.

Georgia Gov. Ernest Vandiver,
segregationist, said he was

watching the touchy Atlanta
situation. Police authorities also
were alert. Both state and city
authorities felt that, in the

event of trouble, they could act
to keep the peace.

vandiver said, his informants

reported practically all NeirrneK

were sitting In the rear as u-

OUiU.

PRICES: 75c. 40c.
- TODAY
1:35 4:05 :30 1:00 p.m.

SUSAN
IBRD

Told torrid and
true! The story
of Barbara Graham -The
lost but never
lonely sinner
who got the
roughest deal
Gfe 'ever dealt!
&

.

MuudthniQlJnMArtisB

CARNIVAL QUEEN The Fort Clayton Servcie Club raised Its blue and white Carnival Flae.
and selected its Junior Hostess Carnival Queen. Here queen-elect Ines Yee, her maids of honor
and their escorts dance the cumbia during th e flag raising celebration. Miss Yee will be
crowned at a festival in the Fort Kobbe Bervic e Club Feb. 6. Fort Clayton also Is to elect a
Proxy Queen for its "Camavalito on Feb. 10, to-be chosen from among photographs submitted
by men of the post. The Carnival celebration at the club will feature beauty queens, costumed
dancers, entertainment and as a climax, the tra ditlonal burial of the fish eeremony.
(TJ.S. Army photo)

Little League

Results Of Mikoyaris Visit
Weighed Against Objectives

Tribesman Finds
Smoke-Eaters
Not Man-Eaters
KAMPALA, Uganda (UPI)

widespread belief among East A A-frican
frican A-frican tribesmen that fire bri brigades
gades brigades traffic in human flesh
brought Nusula Bua into court
here accused of trying to sell
his friend to the fire department.
He was alleged to have called
at the fire station one night with
his friend Alibino Ongom, with
an offer to sell Ongom to Fire
Chief W. D. Flint for 75 pounds
($120).
Bua denied the charge, claim claiming
ing claiming ht was looking for a job and
counter-charged that if he refus refused
ed refused to sell his friend, both of them
would be eaten.
Bua was remanded to a higher
court.
The belief that the fire depart department
ment department is a cannibal sect originat originated
ed originated in East Africa about 20 years
ago, when the bright red fire en engines
gines engines were first introduced.
Their appearance coincided with
a sales drive 'by a meat canning
firm. To attract African custom,
the firm used a bright red wrap wrapper
per wrapper with the picture of a smiling
African head on it.
African tribesmen put two and
two together and drew the ob obvious
vious obvious conclusion.

Boys 11, Girls 8

The bovs Dutnumhered the

girls 11 to 8 at Gorgas Hospital,

accoraing w tne regular report
issued for the week ending
Monday. During that peroid 204
patients were admitted and 218
were dicharged.
Parents of the 11 boys who
made their appearance at Gor

gas aunng tne week are Sgt.
and Mrs. A. E. Johnson of Fort
Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. c. H. My My-rie
rie My-rie of Panama Cltv: Mr and

Mrs. H. E. Sellner of Balboa;
Sp4 and Mrs R. B. Stahl of

ranama; Mr. and Mrs.. G. M.

weeks of Gamboa; Mr. and

Mrs. w. v. carter of Balboa;

opit ana Mrs. B. a Scott of

jpon KODDe; pic. and Mrs. W.

n. Aeeier I. of Panama City;

Mr. ana Mrs. H. W. Reen nf

ranama citv: Mr. and iw a

A. Cox of Pedro Miiruel- RRat."

na Mrs. w. j. Biewart of AT

brook.

wins were born to So, onrt

Mrs. k. u Little of Fort Kobbe;

mt. and Mrs. J. A. Tooth m an

oi wurunau: Mr. and Mr w

n, Biacxman of Colono Sn

and Mrs. H. ,E. Borie of Cocoli:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Watson of Pe-

aro Miguel ; Mr. and Mrs. R. L.

oeu oi ranama City; Lt. and

mis. j. n. Farrar of Farfan:

oapi. and Mrs. A. J. Meyer of

c w k viay ton.
Claims On state
Of R. L. Anderson
Sought By Army

Persons who have claims for or
against the estafa nf th i. d

, -" 1.K

oeri Li. Anderson hvo K

asked to contact Mai wiiu

E. Brockmeier, Office of the Comp
troller, U. S. Armv Caribhen Vnrt

Amaaor, at Fort Amador 3176.

Miscellaneous items among Mr.
Anderson's effects are being offer offered
ed offered for sale. Bids may be submit-

iea on small lots of hardware sup
plies, a 1953 Cadillac sport coupe

a 1950 Chrysler four-door sedan
and a 1939 Chevrolet sedan.
Further information can be had
by calling Maj. Brockmeier Mon

day through Friday between 7:30

a.m. and p.m.
,,,,

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (UPI)
What did Soviet Deputy Premier
Anastas I. Mikoyan hope to gain
by coming to the United States?
What did he gain?
As to any hopes of easing cold
war tensions, he failed on two
major points peace on Commun Communist
ist Communist terms and increased U.S.-Rus-sian
trade soon.
, His announced purpose was a
holiday. It was in the sense of be being
ing being a trip which apparently he en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. But the pace he maintairied
for 17 days in this country made it
anything but a restful holiday.
He also wanted to take this na

tion's temperature and find out

what progress it had made in the
22 years since his previous visit.
He obviously was impressed with

its economic progress, its prosper

ity, the productivity of its factor factories,
ies, factories, the great amount of construc construction
tion construction underway and the variety,
quality and quantity of consumer

As smart as Mikoyan Is, he
hardly could still sincerely be believe
lieve believe the Communist doctrine
that U.S. capitalism eventually
will collapse.

One thing, President Eisenhower

hotied Mikovan had earned was

an understanding of tne attituces

of our people" their desire for

peace ana their unswerving oe oe-lief,
lief, oe-lief, irrespective of their political
party, in the right of people to

determine their torm of govern

ment." The President hoped Mi

koyan would so report to Soviet
Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev.

The administration expressed the

hope in a farewell telgram Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday from Secretary of State John

Foster Dulles to Mikoyan. It sweet:
ened somewhat the sour note of
the acrid exchange Monday be

tween the 63-year-old Soviet offi

cial and the State Department over

trade

The President and Dulles hoped
it had been useful to Mikoyan to

see this nation's progress under
caDitalism. Theve were sure' the

Soviet official had found the ex

perience interesting. They hoped

the visit overall had been of value
On cold war problems, Mikoyan
found the administration stand standing
ing standing firm on old positions. Ho, in
turn, gave no indication of a
softening of the Soviet attitude.

However, there was general

feeling here that Mikoyan's visit
had hriehtened possibilities for a

his.fnnr foreien ministers' confer

ence before Russia's May 27 dead

line for turnine over Soviet re-

snonsihilities in West Berlin to

East German Reds.

CBS May Tell All On Sex,
But Sources Are Different

NEW YORK, (UPI) A Col

umbia Broadcasting Sys tern
executive said yesterday that
the network would not give po-

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DANNY CURT
KAYE JURGENS
NICOLE MAUREY"
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(COLONEL

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'Although he failed to eet anv re.

laxation of restrictions on U.S.

Russian trade. Mikovan aDDeared

to have succeeded to soma (tam-en

in selling American business lead

ers on tne idea that they could do

Dusmss protnaDiy with the Soviet,

He mieht believe that t hi ,;u

lead in time to the ariminietrattnn

uuwwg to pressure from the busi-

uessmen.

Balboa Student
Pedro Janowitz
Plays On Tuesday

Pedro .TannwitT

boa High School, will be one of the
two young soloists to appear with
the orchestra of the National Insti Insti-tute
tute Insti-tute of Music at the National

iueaire on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m

The concert will be conducted by

uuku ranamanian composer
Roquero Cordero and feature also
assistant conductor Jose L. Cajar
and the clarinetist Rogelio Rengi-
B Janowitz, a pupU of Mrs. Ana
R. de de la Guardia will phv the
first movement of Haydn's Piano Piano-Concerto
Concerto Piano-Concerto in D. The other works of
eIenmgitare bv composers
Mc-zart, Beethoven,. Mendelssohn
and Paul Pisk.
Admission to the concert will be
ireOk

Read story on page; 8 I

House Froslv
Learn Ropes;

Of Procedure

WASHINGTON, Jan. Z3 J (UPTj:
Being a member of Congresf'
is getting jm, complicated thai
House freshmen this, year are go?
tag to school to learn the trade.
Much of the advice they are getj?
ting boils down to one vwordf
Don't. .riv. '' r':
Don't talk until von tivo uuuL

thing to say. Don't try ; to mairi

every cocktau party in town. Don

put your feet up on the seat of the
ellow in front. v
Free advice for -new member!

of Congress has always been plea
tiful and often has been wortfi
what it cost The school is a niW
novation, end most of the student!

are ready to give it t-eheer, t

"extremely helpful," tele Rep
David S. King (D-Utih), who ls
went to School in 1941

Heretofore. first-termers. aft

funas woras and i nit an th

back from congressional leader

uvo Deen leu 10 sins or swim. AS

result' even some old-timer

never; have learned more than

legislative dog-paddle; ;

me is new senators, as in the
past, are cettine their ednratinn

informally. Senate employes serve

as uisiruciors. . it

But there are so manv freshmen

members of the House that it wai

decided to set up a special school t

wey, couia etiena,- ,r,
About 50 of 82 hew members 1
have been attending; the' five-day
orientation course suggested "b
oldep members who had to leani

tne hard way. Classes on the rule
tradition, and folkways ef the

House have been held, in an aud
torium in the Library of Congress

at 3 p.m. aauy.

Todays final lecture was to be
givtn by Lewis Deschler, HousC

parliamentarian. In earlier di- r

serrations, the students; have
boon urged to loan hoavily on on-Doschlor.
Doschlor. on-Doschlor.
But most of the faculty has been
recruited from former House nieraV
bers, veterans of manv a two-vear

term who since have launched mi
to six-year post-graduate courses
in the Senate or 'jthe Other body

a? me ouse siuaems nave been
told to ca)l it. .H
The unspoken thoitcrnt Mh!n4

tms teachmg system- was that,

nuube graauatea mignt reel more
free than sitting members to dlft
cuss possibly; ticklish questions. So
far there haven't been any.
. Inquiries Jrwn studonts ae far
have run more fe such things a
where to cash cheeks and what
happens to a bill after H'a Intro Intro-dueed.
dueed. Intro-dueed. -
The answer to the former li
that the House has its own haflk.
As for the second quostion, said
Rep. Frank M. Coffin (D-Maine).
a school sponsor who had to find
this out for. himself, the answer
is nothing. The bill's author has
to get behind it and nush. Even

then the answer often is nothing.
kill. it

muoi. uiua uie tin -inv vine.

Hunting Banned
In Train Inq Areas
During February
, Hunting bans wiU be in effect
in two areas during February, due
to training reauirements.

quarters rU.S. Army Caribbean, an S

nuuncea mai mere wm De no hunt hunting
ing hunting at Rio Hato, during the period
Feb. 1 through Feb. 28, and in
the -Jungle Warfare Training On
ter area, Fort Sherman, from Fe&..
23 to 28.

lice names of call girls, madams,
nnH business executives who

cooperated in a radio expose of

big time prostitution.

"Where sources are concern concerned,
ed, concerned, CBS will not reveal names,"

said Irvin Gitlin, director oi

public affairs for the CBS news
division which assembled the
material for "The Business of
Sex," a special expose of ex expense
pense expense account sex broadcast

Monday evening.

A local radio station inter interviewer
viewer interviewer (WNEW) quoted Edward

R. Murrow, narrator or me

show, as saying tha? he wouia
"go to jail first" before reveal revealing
ing revealing the sources of information

which linked $25 to $lW-an-hour
call girls to some of the

nation's biggest corporations.

Both Q t in and Murrow in

dicated their stand was based

on newsmen's traditional "free

dom of the press" Immunity in
naming news sources. New York

state law does not provide this
immunity, a fact pointed up by
the recent 10-day jail sentence
given TV columnist Marie Tor

re for refusing to name a CBS
executive in a lawsuit brought

bv entertainer Judy Garland

But City Police Commissioner

Stephen P. Kennedy, who or

dered a sweeping investigation

of the call girl racket on the
basis of the CBS expose, said
no one at the network "Is go

ing to jail" for refusing to
name sources. .Kennedy said

Gitlin and Georee A. Vlkas, ex

pose producer-writer, had "ful "fully
ly "fully cooperated" short of giving

him direct leads.
"We got zero there," Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy said.

The police chief appealed t
employes of big commercial and
industrial firms in the city to

give his department tips that

would lead to executives' who

arrange sex dates for buyers,
brokers, bankers, ; and sales

managers. He set un i special

phone line at police headquar

ters

for this purpose.

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time. lifetime. We are not the same after we
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