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]
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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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University of Florida
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durlnit ttie four days oi Carnival, Is shown dressed n the Pan-
th olficial caralsral celebration in the Canal Zone Thursaay
SSSSlvMO i o'clock when she joins Gov. W. E. Potter and
wwnwvH an. . : toi4iS.,it. national aueen In

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PCPlrecfor Ogderi Retd May
Be Ambassador; Board Meefs

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jourtey. i'1-ai4l tikM mealed that the name of an-
WasMttfton, lspacne L?.nr Oedett R. Reld, will oon
tnembe ,Wt?,I!&rff Jf the next United

g; loratal .SReid md in an exectitive capa-
Slates Ainbador Jo WMMf ,bune befor, he and his

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and women
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Who wffl personally teake the P
Roderick initiates the progranv
Pins and certificate are later W
lpresented; to 11 thosewho hve
mto& s, 20 and aOTears of
..rvice. Thereafter, the pre-
wntTtions will bs made to todlvi todlvi-dua?mployes
dua?mployes todlvi-dua?mployes upon completion of
S,."r-nuirBd length of service.
ive'dlstPrrt'
cat. hsv h..n 'tfosTgiwd, A dl-:
ntav ef tht Varleu pin. and w
V l 'will plaeM m tht
'....-.i'lir Ti iest' known:, old
timer f-h anslotganixation
ZSVi il n the eroap. of 97 who
re tbe honored tomorrow. The
It!.'. irit hve welt Above 40
ve.rs o service. Among 4he-group
will be: John Joseph,
1 ti. Ti..n.nrtafion. and Termi
nals Bureu,itt 47 years of erv-
'?ftrW4't,i wen known
AtlanKc Am fm1v nd hi son,
Jefferwm Joseph, ha been-active
In the Rainbow City Civic Council
ine Its inception and" erve& a
nresidisnt for Mveral vear. :.i"t
: Four additional name have been
added to the 40-year service list
previously, announced,
'4 v.-,.j! (r :fr.
Eiilwrt I. Crouch el-rk In th.
IndUstrUI, Dlvitlen, and R.ginal' R.ginal'-d.'
d.' R.ginal'-d.' A. Layn, Deckhand teat teat-swain
swain teat-swain ;.mol.v.d In th. BalbM
Pert:Captatn' Office, both have '.;
m v year. er Mrvice. ., Aioert a.
: JllivMtvthreedlnf ; .machine

TeL Panama jWW CoWn 17t

- '"V Emesto E Este
rtendff Comuany net
! SSf: en. Glenn
"VJ:: iiMrtt. to be
X1r JT, r,;ai oantaa-
wnkh every ctog
0prsWr In the Industrial Divl Divl-,iVn,
,iVn, Divl-,iVn, ha. 44 yt.r. of Csn.l s.rv-
clerk in the Locks Division, has
tt u..r. .f terviee.
i,m and erven u.
i nninv .who Temembers
.,,4.. with arlv Canal lead'
ers is Eugene E. DftCosta, inthe
Administrative urancn o.u
TTat rrVto sinrp 1926.
DaCosta was iitsl cwyivy
i ion hb was nor ii tu
. v.na
.f.Vinn town of Goreo n a
and is one of the Canal's old
timers. His father came here
from Jamaica to work for the
iw.nni, r.oriBi Comnany.
He attenaea tne wuu
schools but when his father died
in 1911, he started wuit wium
the Isthmian Canal Commission
as a switch tender at Culebra
and later as a wwer biiwo
at Bas Obispo.
t ms nften his duty to
switch Col. Goemais iiiiraw
scooter to the tracks running
to the construction area. He al always,
ways, always, managed to lear the
ti savs. so that the
Colonel's car was never delay delayed
ed delayed more than a few minutes,
'-mil he was fired by Col
klaillard who found him snooa-
lngVOn the job. A irreumy u u-pervlsor
pervlsor u-pervlsor saved, his Job, however,
by, transferring nim w
post untu tjie xrpuDie picw
"tv Capt.4WUUam J. Steffens.
Chief of the Steamship Di Division
vision Division of the Company, ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday from New
York te be present durlnit the
'meeting of the Board of Di Di-rertors.
rertors. Di-rertors.
- Steffonrwill also confer with
various Canal officials concern
ins; matters relating to the op
e rations of the Panama Line
which Is operated by his divl
slOn in the XJanal's New York
offices
- Bteffen is well khown- on the
Isthmus i both to shippers find
the travemnK public, v ;
For many. years he was mas
ter of one of the Pahama Llne
vessels and has made several
trios to the Isthmus since as
lumlnK hia naw duties ashore.

Let th pcopteV know ths truth mnd tha country U $afe -r Abraham Lincoln.

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Pipes Lowered
At The Limits
For
Water and sewer mains at The
Limits, across from the Military
Police station on fourth of July
Avenue, are going lower than
ever.
It's part of the preparatory work
for the East approach of the high high-level
level high-level bridge across the Canal.
For the past two weeks, work workmen
men workmen of the Maintenance En Engineering
gineering Engineering Division ef the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company have been
tearing up sections, ef the street
and sidewalk and excavating
dirt to lower the wndergrojnd
level of the pipes.
About 300 feet of mains will be
lowered before the work is com'
pleted. The area on Fourth of July
of July was the first section.
As the work continues, traffic
will be detoured on Fourth of July
and Avenue "B", f. H. Lerchen
Jr.. maintenance engineer, said
Other projects preluding the
bridge approach construction in
clude the demolition nd removal
of two sets of quarters on Amador
Road, near Fifteenth'; Naval Dis
trict Headquarters, The homes
have been abandoned by residents
and wrecking crews have begun
work there.
Over-all plans for the new
bridge, expected to be one ef the
maior spans ef the world, ceils
Ljpr the widening ofFourth of
, Jul Avenue, te:. oyWie
w.y as ppreachesthe; Limited
The contract fof the east n-
proach will be one f the major
contracts awarded nn the bridge
project A pre-bidding conference
will be held Thursday at 1 p.m.,
and is expected to be attended by
a large number of representatives
of U.S. construction firm and
principal contracting firms ef Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. L
-Bids will be opened Feb. H at
Balboa Heights.
. i a.
Assembly Gives OK
To
Gasoline Tax 5
The National Assembly this
mnminff authorized the eovern-
ment to increase tne nnport
in on casoltae hv five -cents.
The authorization was grant
ed at the request ef th govern government.
ment. government. ADoroval was given to the bill
despite opposition from Liberal
Assemblymen who said it would
be a violation of the agreement
between the government and
chauffeurs which ended a bus
strike when the gasoline tax
was cut by five cents hi August,
1956.
The Assembly,, which has been
in permanent session elnce 7
p.m. yesterday, also approved
at mid-morning today the gov
ernment' request lor special
authority to contract addition
al loans and to float bond is
sues.
National Brewery
Reelects Duquo
To
StockOhlder of the National
Brewery of Panama, at an an
nual meeting last nigni, re
elected T. Gabriel Duque to
serve as president.
The board also confirmed ai
fredo Aleman.: Sr., as manager,
and Alejandro A. Duque Jr., as
assistant manager. Aleman re
cently was named Panama's
' Manager of the year.' for 1958
by a newspaper columnist.
Elected to me uoara .or ai
rector were- Enrique Linares,
.Tr.. F.duardo de Alba. Rodolfo F.
Herbruger, Carlo Eleta, Javier
Moran, Alejandro Duque, Alber Alberto
to Alberto Arias Eaplncsa and Geoiv.e
Motta. v.
Alternate directors who were
elected are Samuel Lewi Ga Ga-lindo
lindo Ga-lindo Roberto Aleman, Tomas Q.
Aitamiranor Carmen. H,, Remoi,
Max Delvalle, Henrique Obarrio,
Macarlo Soils, Marcel penso and
lugene C. .McGrath."'';.:,"-V .t.
Roberto M. Heurtematte and
Alfredo Aleman Jr, were named
as prlndipate of the ? vigilance1
committee, with ; Jose Gabriel
Duque and Raul Arias Esplnoaa
as alternates, : v I ;

New Bridge

PANAMA,. R. F, TUESDAY,

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THE RIO ABA JO COTTAGE whose attlo yielded a big; arms cache yesterday.

Panamanian Pilots' Views Influential
As Santa Clara Plane Crash Suit Fails

The testimony -of two weil-
known Panamanian pilots
weighed heavily yesterday in
the decision of. Judge Guthrie
F Crowe, in Aricon District
Court, to absolve Douglas
Schmidt of '.negligent operation
or a. borrowed Piper Cupper air airplane,
plane, airplane, :
The 12500 suit filed by fhp.
irplane'S 4wnetrWatpn;A.
Morse, charged that $childt'4
negligence was responsible for
the erash at .- Santa Clar
JWarch 9, 1958. r. -'".
The crash resulted In- 'the
death i of a Canal. Zone youth.
Richard Gail: 20, and Injuries
to the three additional occu
pants: ef the plane,
Follow! nir the aceiderrt
Schmidt iiirriself was lonor hos
pitalized with- severe burns
Crowe's decision cited for sne-
clal. mentioni the testimony, for
tne ceienaant, or Miguel A, de
ruy biiu jKiarcos jviiranaa.
De rur is Copa'a chief pilot
and a veteran of more than
15,000 flying hoars. Miranda.

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THE ARMS, toducUng iruicJilneguns submachlneguns and 0,000

JANUARY, 27, 1959

also an expert pilot, is an in
structor and interpreter at
the Latin American School,
Albrook Air Base.
During the course of the
three-day trial it was necessary
to Introduce the Panamanian
aviation laws and regulations
governing the validating ot
private pilots licenses audi in
spection andlMf'bpmtinB
procedure for private 'aircraft.
n a ey pomi.m me tnaj con
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cerned the position" of the air airplane''
plane'' airplane'' ignition switch subse
quent to the crash.
, Morse f testified that he had'
Inspected the wrecked plane,' a
total-loss, on the dav after the
crash and found the ignition
switcrt in tne "on' position.
Since the plane had burned
and' since the agreed emergen
cy routine for an imDendinz
crash is to immediately put the
ignition switch in the "on" po position,
sition, position, David Robles as attorney
for Morse had argued that this
could have been a major con

n.'
tributing cause to the fire
which destroyed the aircraft.
However, both de Puy and
Miranda had testified that at
lecast three additional causes
could have contributed to the
cause of the tire, and that
the 'on" ignition switch did
not necessarily have to re
sult in fire.
Crow. ""alsoP observed that
there had been no evidence in introduced
troduced introduced to establish that the
wreck; had not been 'disturbed
between the time of the crash
and the time at which Morse
had made his examination
Judge Crowe estimated the
the basis' of evidence and testi
mony nresented.
It was also learned that
shortly after the crash Mprse,
who ad once given .' Schmidt
flying lessons refused an offer
of $1500 as recompense for the
wrecked airplane.
Gulllermo Jurado represented
Schmidt.
eMbftMt.ji.u'h.....
rounds of ammunition, which

bind

RP Cops
In Rio
Chiriqui

Three men and a woman are being held today by thV
Panama Secret Police following the discovery of a $2f
000 arms cache, including several machineguns and 40, 40,-000
000 40,-000 rounds of ammunition, in a cottage in Rio Abajo.
One of the arrested men, Armando Aguilar, who liv lived
ed lived in the cottage, has reportedly confessed that the wedp wedp-ons
ons wedp-ons were to be used in a plot to overthrow the govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment of President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
Meanwhile 16 persons were arrested in the Cerro Pan Pan-do
do Pan-do region of Chiriqui, also charged with a subversive plot
against the government. The 16 include Jose Gaitan Mi Miranda,
randa, Miranda, who has been nicknamed the "Fidel Castro" of
Chiriqui for his association with the arms cache found on
the Los Cerritos farm of former deputy David Anguizola.
At the weekend 101 revolvers were found by customs
inspectors at Tocumen airport.

Under arrest alongwith Agui Aguilar
lar Aguilar in the Rio Abajo" arms und
is Ruben Rosas, manager of the
recently-reopened El Rancho
Garden, Aguilar's wife Marga Margarita,
rita, Margarita, and a Chinese resident
whose name has not been re revealed.
vealed. revealed. Rosas was arrested at Tocu Tocumen.
men. Tocumen. todav when about to board
ed by Aguilar, who is also said
to have Implicated seve r a 1
others.
The cache found in the attic
of the Aguilar cottage at Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Street, Rio Abajo, includ-
ed four machineo-unR. nine snh
machineguns, 16 rifles, 13 re
volvers and 40,000 rounds of
ammunition
The 16 persons, Including
both men and yeomen, picked
up in Cerro Pando has only
one gun between them, a .22
rifle. Equipped with knap knapsacks
sacks knapsacks and campaign cots, they
claimed to have been search searching
ing searching for Indian huacas.
were found in Rio Abajo.

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Pounce
Abajo,
Tocumen
ARMANDO AGUILAR
NaMMnilMBfliiMlafjfcAtfaBiWtjm.' -- m,
MARGARITA AGUILAR
National Guardsmen confis confiscated
cated confiscated their equipment.
Miranda is thought to havi
f ed to the Chiriqui hills at thi
time of the arms discovery las
October on the Anguizola farm
He was arrested later, but free
later under an amnesty declar declared
ed declared by de la Guardia.
The .38 caliber revolver,
found at Tocumen were hiddei
bunfdules oi clothing, shoe,
and other merchandise wen
understood to be in transit fron
El Salvador to Colombia; ad
dressed to one Antonio Arango
Inspectors opened the packagi
after they remained unclaimei
from Dec. 14. Police have fount
no trace of Arango.
The shipment originated ii
Miami.
Bob Heurtematte
To Head Technica
Aid Work For UN
27 (UPI) Secretary-Genera
Dag Hammarskjold's office ha
announced appointment of Rober
to Manuel Heurtematte, of Pan
ama. as Commissioner for Tech
meal Assistance in the United Nt
tions Department of Economic a
Social affairs.
Heurtematte, a Yale graduati
will assume the office about Marc!
He will resign his post as Comp
troller General of Panama te ac
cept the UN responsibility.
Rotorv To Hold
Regular Session

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Tomorrow At 12:30 f
Membersf the Panama Rot'ar
Club will hpld their regular hmcfc
eon session this week tomorro
in'ead Thursday.. ;,. ,: ifV
The meeting wttt.be held st th .,
Panama Golf Club starting at 12;!
with visiting colfer:,bere to eon
pete in, the Panam Open go
tournment special guests.
John Msyles will presids 6v 1

ui garnering.

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If r NRtrlbut i letter don't b Impatient If. H. etoein't appear the
pat day. Utter are published in the ordtr received.
Mosaic try fa keep the letters limited ts ens Pe length.
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fxprotiiod in letters from readers.
ItTHi MAIL BOX

,' BEARS AND REVOLUTIONS
sir:
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My, my, doesn't "Reconsideration" (Mail Box, Jan. 23) have
airightening bark. I will wager that he is out there in the Jungle
somewhere right now strutting around with a machete, and try try-log
log try-log to grow a beard. (And wearing a US Army surplus fatigue
cap to boot!)
. Best that "Reconsideration" climb down off that soap box,
and cut out that scary habla. He will be making a nervous wreck
out of the character who writes those mushy editorials for a
popular' morning tabloid, with all this hairy revolution habla
tight here under his nose. From the way he is constantly remind reminding
ing reminding us of "current tensions between East and West, etcetera, etce
tera, etcetera," it would't take much to finish him off, because
I .can tell that thin man has got the ole fear bug due to the de deteriorated
teriorated deteriorated state of world conditions.
But he also keeps reminding us that there is hope. Yessir. Ole
Panama. She's sided u in two world wars, and he implies that
she is standing right here ready to kick that Big Bear right back
into the most remote area of Siberia if he looks like he is get getting
ting getting ole Sam down.
-And after all that assurance, here "Reconsideration cllmbsi
up: on his soap box and starts flapping his Jaw like a runway
windmill in a Texas tornado to the contrary. Some body had
ought to up and clue him in before he takes his death of laryngi laryngitis,
tis, laryngitis, from all that excess wind.
E Man! I mean, with Ole Panama prepared to take on that
Bear, now what chance does he thing this little ole grasspatch
lift of a revolution of his will have?
S Man, "Reconsideration" does make a point, though. I don t
set why Sam doesn't keep his trap shut, just like "Reconsidera "Reconsideration"
tion" "Reconsideration" recommends. There are more important things demanding
hU attention right now, than meddling with these Latin revolu revolutions.
tions. revolutions. The thing is "Reconsideration" doesn't savvy wha a job
blss Sam has. Looking ou for us all that way. Especially when
sc$ie of us hasn't got sense enough to want his concern and pro protection.
tection. protection. "Reconsideration" thinks that Bear .would aet his people
hvt those revolutions every now and then simply because It s an
old Latin American tradition, if he was in power down here?
Man, he shakes me up! Doesn't "Realization" realize that if it
wasn't for Sam, that ole Bear would cateh his people out there in
th Jungle while "Reconsideration" is jiving it up in one of them
revolutions and that ole, Bear slip right in and take oyer faster n
yOB could yell Fidel Castro? Yes, Sam has a job. It must get
J ,4 ., Ji i j.. i T -,in K.t that h wnnrtprs. Home-

geanawiuny ityw ' "T VVSnH wstch

"SKL ZaA "ZZZrL'JXZ:. r.rf ;,t; Pch other.. But he can't

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tiSes why he doesn'ti Just shut his trap and sit back and watch
ESSi. hnrini.. Predicate each other.. But he can't

do-that There's that Bear watching, and waiting for an open-
While "Reconsideration's" people may not Rive a damn
whether the Bear gets a toehold down here or not we Americans
de I T would put the Bear a little too close to us. So, Sam would
faVerWput iUwith "ReconsidationV LJ! ;,

.. ... i i ii ,na luan Minn ncuiiaiuci wiriwt,

v,nr poma outa that.siesU snooze of his down here. Its later

lhSiS?coM&tiQn" efr hear if a place caltedBiitf
J'X&mf he. "For Russia Isn't go-
MhfslS1. dSrS1 hwTttkTwas.

what's been going on nt nasn t un. u -h carr

Labor News

And

Comments

To Maintain a Balance

By VICTOR RIESEL
MIAMI At Cipe Canaveral

the word was that Jimmie Holla's

people are using Miami as the
Dlast off site for their drive to
unionize key workers at the Pa Pa-tr.ck
tr.ck Pa-tr.ck Air Force Base Guided Mis

siles Range Division.

Here you find that Hoffa s boys

are interested in more than rocke rocketry.
try. rocketry. There are those in town who

have heard that Jimmie H. may
decide to let the moon go for a
bit but he had said that he

wants to take over the state of

Flor.da.
Hoffa was here for quite a while
last month and he left behind a
series of stratagems which couM
put good chunks of the state in

Teamster hands. With Florida as

a arm weather base, Hoffa i di divisions
visions divisions could then fan norm

through the rest of the south. This

is just about the only open terr. terr.-tcry
tcry terr.-tcry left in the land for HofU
and his brethren.

Hoffa left orders for a drive on

the spreading concrete industry,

When vou mix the drivers of this

material with the haulers of sand
and gravel, you've got the core

of the men who can really para

lyze the fastest growing construc construction
tion construction industry in many a state.

Plants are springing up here from

the tip of the Everglades northr

ward to the big engine and parts

factories which will be feeding

Cape Canaveral and a good part
of our outer-space gadgelry.
Hoffa also told the lads to 'ry
and unionize the dairy del.veres.
That would brinjf" in tnousands of

drivers, helpers and perhaps farm
workers, too just as they are
being sought by the Teamsters in
New York and New Jersey. But
up north there are other ways ol
shiDDins products in an emergen

cy. A city such as Miami, with!

mostly on trucks and vans. If Hoffa

can put his hands on the dairy

industry, he'll also have quite a
hold on Florida's communities, too.

U Dressuresihai you would like

to follow this power play with the
help of a cast of 'characters. Space
doesn't permit me to g.ve them
all, so 1 picked out one typical

character to prove mat Hoita
hasn't lost his quixotic iron toucn.
The one 1 selected is the fellow
Hoffa chose to head up still anoth

er Florida drive the unioniza unionization
tion unionization of taxi drivers, car parkers

and automotive workers, especial especially
ly especially on the Gold Coast in and around

the bie hotels. TMs drive couio.

lik rife-

Walter Wincheli In New York

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y DREW PEARSON J'Vt

THE STRANGE CRIMINALS
The Devil who weaves strange
tales out of darkness, has one of
the most bizarre creations in the
case of Mirs. Jean Iavarone. The
widowed mother of seven chil:
dreh and a grandmother alle allegedly
gedly allegedly kidnaped a new-born infant
in an effort to convince a man
that he was the father, force him
into marriaee and thus provide a

home lor nee youngstars. The
pathos of the incident has aroused
compassion lor Mrs. Iavarone, des despite
pite despite the gravity of the crime. She

appears to be a most unlikely cri

minal. .Nevertheless, the perver-

give Hoffa thousands of new men,jsity of human nature and an
especially in season. So the Team- iron web of circumstances have

SET irofmZ. "Howfarlid the USSR go when ole man Sam
d?Tnot backpedal? The thing ; of hi .people to do down here te
,hSe them scratch out "revoUition" on their ne ; f 'te"Qd

B lt Lin

Ilif",' .--T-tv,lr,r 11 rlcht.

?Wado2S iitto- to ? going to
holieTto and 11 that Bear wades ashore down here one of
?v?I rUvT? Thev aren't only going to holler 'uncle,' ,but Uncle
SaS SK'lJaht to nVWP it off somewhere, then do a

little reconsidering nimseu,

Anti-Propaganda.

SINGLE WAGE IMPLEMENT

Slr:N
The manner on implementing the single wage Provision of the

rn iHint of Panama wrote" a president of

tte US asking for fair and impartial treatment for .11 CZ employes,
fnr thp first reolv from the US was in the affirmative.
There are Local Raters who have been downgraded notwith notwith-Ktandin20
Ktandin20 notwith-Ktandin20 or 25 years of service. Admittedly under the grandfather
pSoni they wifl lose no pay. but neither is their position im-
Pr0VTne unions, which had been talking their heads off previously
prefer now to be silent and allow things to run on their merits, if
any. We are left at the mercy of the Canal Administration without
n advocate to plead our cause.
letter should find its way to Washington expressing the dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction of 18,000 Local Raters at the manner in which this sec-

JThe letter could have something te say about these dual rates.
Why should special preference be given to LS.4 and higher grades,
white LS I through LS.3 ire downgraded? The Civil Service former formerly
ly formerly treated all slike. This is more like a single wedge system i now.
From Feb. 8 there will be a conversion from LS and GS to NM
for USJtaters and Local Raters in grades 4 through H. Only em employes
ployes employes in these grades will get worthwhile increases. Grades NM.l
and NM.2 will get nothing, while Grade NM.3 gets one cent.
Grades NM.4 through NM.9 will receive US rates minus 43 per percent
cent percent representing US taxes and the differential. This involves raises
of 44 cents hourly for NM.4s, 26 cents for NM.5s and 30 cents for
KM 6s. Thus this handful of people will be on $1.67, $1.77 and $1.96
hourly respectively.
Unchanged rates for NM.ls will be 78 cents and for NM.2s 92
cents. NM.3s will get a one cent increase from- $105 to $1.06.
There are, all sorts of strange downgradings going on among Lo Local
cal Local Rate caiponters, mechanics, electricians and various other craft
men. Titlei are being changed to help the process. Though those
presently holding these jobs will receive no pay cut, because of the
ffranrlfuthrr visions, their successors in the same jobs will be get

ting in some cases as much as 25 or 30 cents less per hour, werjfc

ing to the same or even higher standards man me present mcum mcum-bents.
bents. mcum-bents.

I trust that something will be done to straighten out these ine-

sters launched a local, No. Sit),

well over a year ago. Since this
was to go after auto workers, driv drivers
ers drivers and paikers, the Teamsters
pkked a naHiral to be president
tflht loeal. V ,-..
He ran night spots and restaur restaurants,
ants, restaurants, one of wi:icli he whimsically
called The Ball and Chain. His
name is Ray Miller. He is out of
Chicago and came well recom recommended
mended recommended to the Teamsters.
Miller still is active and I pre presume
sume presume that the tenaciously crusad crusading
ing crusading Bob Kfnnedy,.ounsel and
counselor to thl jrenat -racket-busting
committee, discussed this
activity when he was. down here
on Monday, Jan. 12.
It was Kennedy who first dug
into Ray Miller's proletarian ca career.
reer. career. What intrigued the Senate
prober in the winter of 1957 was
the sheer coincidence of an out outbreak
break outbreak of ice-picking of auto tires

shortly after Miller decided to

help save the working class. Cars
were smashed and scratched and

tires were punched outside the
big hotels.
The mystery malady which put
holes in tires like an outbreak of
measlessspread to the parking lot
of the West Flagler Dog Track.

There it affected 70 cars which
should have developed some kind
of immunity. The track was being
handled by members of the Build Building
ing Building Service Union. But that appa apparently
rently apparently didn't help.
Of course, Hoffa' s horizons are
unlimited. He's eying tht northern
part of the state, too. His men
want to put the'r label on gas sta stations,
tions, stations, breweries and big van ship shippers.
pers. shippers. This may be the most sun kissed

labor dr;ve in history, but it cer certainly
tainly certainly won't be a gentle one.

frequently made a reality of the
incredible. As a striking case in

point, there's "The Mad Bomber."
For many years he terrified New
Yorkers by planting bombs in
public places. "The Mad Bomber"
was eventually nabbed and turned
Out to be Mister Milquetoast. He
was George Meiesky, a mild-mannered,
sickly bachelor who quiet quietly
ly quietly dwelled with two spinster sisters.

less. The foregoing description, on
the basis of the record, placej such
mas.erminds on the level of third third-rate
rate third-rate idiocy. Prior to his current
life term, Willie Mastermind spent
one-third of his life behind oars.
This is cr. minal masterminding?
. . In common with other crooks,
he never had an opportunity o

spend the loot he swipeu. He was
a lonely man who lived in a cheap
room and seemed almost graleiul
when the forces of lawnorder
caught up with him.

The Jekyll Hyde aspect of cri criminals
minals criminals is hardly novel to law-enforcers.
Wardens have noted that
killers are frequently pushovers
for sentimental ballads. Some of
the most hardened law-breakers
weep easily. Tears- streamed
down the faces of Murder, Inc.
gunmen when mothers visited
them in jail and reprimanded

them for being "bad boys." You
may recall Fred McManus, the 18-

year-old "model boy" who killed
five people on cold blood. After he
was arrested for this savagery,

McManus was seemingly uncon

cerned about his brutal crime

However, he severely criticized re
posters foi neglecting to remove
their hats in the presence of a

lady.

The more notable stickup artists

are imaginative hoodlums who

strive to anticipate everything. Ev

erything, that is, except ge'ting

caught. .Willie Sutton received

heaps of publicity. He was describ described
ed described as a criminal mastermind, no

The weird psychological pat patterns
terns patterns of criminals reflect their
warped sense of morality. They
are burdened with pre historic
minds whe'e monsters roam.
Some years ago the front-pages
were splashed with the lurid case

of Robert Irin. He killed three

people in cold blood, including Ron

nie Gideon, a lovely model. Ai.er
c o m m H tiagc- the, unspeakable

crimesr Irwin took a small alarm
clock from the room of one victim

and put it in his pocket, Later, in
dezailing the murders to the police

Irwin displayed no Temorse a a-bout
bout a-bout killing three innocent people.

But one thing bugged him. He
said: "Do you know, there's one
thing X' ashamed of. Stealing that

clock ,"YTo kill aone thing to
be a sneak thief is unforgivable."
Irwin also voiced an objection
to the stories in the papers con concerning
cerning concerning his barbarity. He said
"they were badly writtlen."

The strangest criminal represent
a fusion of the common and gro grotesque.
tesque. grotesque. There's a wild streak of
depavity with those whose appear appearances
ances appearances are deceptively mild and a a-verage.
verage. a-verage. The ultimate in this cate category
gory category was Henri Landru, who terri terrified
fied terrified Paris years ago. He massa massacred
cred massacred wbmen for over five years.
Within that period he murdered
and mutilated over three hund hundred
red hundred victims. Nevertheless, during
his entire ghoulish activity, Lan Landru
dru Landru maintained a respectable home
for his family, antastically, this
killer was a generous fazher and a
thoughtful husband.

Incidentally, the avejage-looking

Lonesome Jim.

Sir:

WHERE'S PANAMA'S ZOO?

TVii ( thr fir.t ttr rjf anv ? T hv Vf vA in thai rill nft

i jeo? Why?
Logicaly, it looks like this area would be an ideal place to get
animals for a zoo. Many could be captured in jungles a few blocks
' ,. away, and put in cages for us people who never get a few blocks
away into the jungle. Even creatures such as armadillos, iguana,
f- snakes and the large varieties of birds would make an interesting
. collection

:r U. i. J J 11. I la MAlkln Mult IIIpa a C,imjIw

afternoon at the zoo to entertain the children at very little cost.
A bag of peanuts and a balloon satisfies them, as as well as bring
" lnc in a tidy income for the people who sell them

I understond there used to be a zoo in Panama City, but it was

-v disbanded to make room for a bic water fountain, fountains are

. nlp. but thpv ran't rnmnarv with roar in ff tifftrs of folickinff

monkeys.

4 The people have joined together to promote the National Mu Mu-"
" Mu-" seum. How about somelrody working for a zoo? And when they get
the bajl rolling, why not have sn amusement park "Ion! with it?
' Zoo Lover.

ffACT
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One of the strangest of all

trees is the banyan, a member
of the mulberry family and a
native of India. Such a tree
' may have as many as 350 large
trunks, besides thousands of
. smaller ones. It may grow to
I a height of 100 feet and cover
I a wide area. A banyan has
' been known to ahelter 7,000
men at one time. The Hindus
regard the free as sacred.
Encyclopedia Britannlea,

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Ruth Snyder was a source of aom
Der irony for newsmen who cover covered
ed covered tne onyaer Gray case. The
point was stressed by Alex Wooil Wooil-coti:
coti: Wooil-coti: "Kuth Snyder was so like
the woman across the s.reet that
many an Amejican husband was
oon haunted oy an unco-Messed
realization that she also bore an
embarrassing resemblance to the
woman across the breakfast
table."
Damon Runyon's vivid descrip description
tion description of the killers: "A chilly-lo.k-mg
blonue wun trosty eyes and
onesof those marblesybu-bet-you-will
chins, and an ineri, scare scare-drunk
drunk scare-drunk fellow that you couldn't miss
among a hunurea men as a dead
setup tor a blonue, or a shell game
or maybesa goldbrick."
Untamed pridt the shabby

cpnsequence of a perverted ego

,tos been -sob "JLWtesL & numerous

6qrimesnd;fcsiftd ut the de., true-
llmn nl nlqmii nle D.i.. I I.

killed young kileen Fahe several
years ago merely w attract
public attention. "I wanted the

world to know about my work,"
explained Peakes.

A listing of criminal weirdies
rtuct inciudeslhesdusmal siory of

nnasisarKer asd her son Arthur. In
.his case, tnere was a complete

reversal of toe maie.nal instinct,

Annur Barker was trained lor
crime by nis mooier. He was an

auto-steuung delinquent when ne

was in the eighth grade. Wnen ne

was 1, ne was an.e-ted for Steal

ing a car. Barker was only 22
;jnen he was invoiveu in a o. uUl

uuiuup aiuiiig ana urew a me sen

tence. A ter oieaiting out ol jail,
ae was shot down by G-men. His
tinai worUa ware; "i was as crazy

as neii!"

The brief and violent life of Ar

thur Barker later. msDi.pn j. Kci

gjar. hoove; to write am ne speaK

tne truth? it so, was not society

even crazier? Wny did it not imu
out that Baricer was mad if lie
was beiore he ana his gang

nao commi.ted thirteen mmaen

It his anu-social oenavior nad Deen
noted by his eariy teachers, had
tneie been a .sCuoof psycniatirsi
ta examine ,iim, he could have
been removed irom Uie vicious m m-tiuence
tiuence m-tiuence of his mother. Perhaps his

memai quirKs could have Deen

isolated in some decent institution,
Some day, by such techniaues. so

ciety will not only assist its mis-

tn but protect itself."
mi i

inestrouoie with, being a crimi

nal is that you must deal with
crooks. The toregoing observation
is illustrated by the case history

o. waiter sage. .Abe Kejes, a
Murder Inc. graduate, once de declared:
clared: declared: "The boys liked Sage. He
was one of us." Unfortuna.ely,
Sage was greedy. He skipped town
witn the gag's loot. So Sage was
killed for Defraying his partners-in
crime, "There's the motive," Reles
explained in his most dignified
manner, "when you have no res res-Pect,"
Pect," res-Pect,"
- Psychistrias tell Us that crimin crimin-Kla
Kla crimin-Kla are motivated by nega.ive emo emotions.,
tions., emotions., For example, fear and
hatred, anxiety and anger, frustra
tlon and desperation; jealousy abd
greed, humiliation and spite, re repression
pression repression as resentment. In other
words, long before criminals are
confined .to prison cells they are
condemned to live' In their own
private hell.

WASHINGTOtf.-It'a pure ac accident
cident accident that President Arturo Fron Fron-Oizi
Oizi Fron-Oizi ut Argen.in arrived in Wash

ington juH as Soviet deputy pre

mier Ananas Mikoyan was leav-

mg. Both men are mterestea in

It was not pure accident, how however,
ever, however, that Mkoyan's cohorts got
to Argentina ahead of the United
Sta.es and copped one ot the big biggest
gest biggest trade plums recently negotiat negotiated
ed negotiated with Au-gentxn.,
Last fall the'Soviet neeotiated a

$loo million loeafc'wtttti Frondizi

whereby Argentina r buyxRussian

oil machiLery and uses Kussian
technicians to install It-his ii a
tield in which the USA" hither. o
has been uprem. ; m

foaowins this.- the United States

belatedly gaVi Argentina a $329

million credit to otise.- the- Rus

sian coup. To further of.set it, we

uivneo rronaui to Washington.
Hire are some things you may
not know about the Tresiaent of

Argentina.
He was tne thirteenth child of
ItaUan immigrants ta South tAro tAro-erica.
erica. tAro-erica. Froudizi decided" no mkke
this lucky. .He almost became
a Communist, was a great student
of Karl Marx,, refused to accept
his law degree because it was to
be presented by a military dic dictator.
tator. dictator. .Frondizi ha battled dic dictators
tators dictators most of his life, including

ex-dictator Peron: He has made

street speeches all over Rnen.n

Aires denouncing Peron, later got
elected with support from Peron's

ionowers.. He aUo got support

ii um ioe iainouc cnuren by op

posing legalized diorce one of
the itsues which caused Peron's
down all. .Tt was te attend the
Frondizi inaguration that Vice
President Nixon went to South
America last year. Ha missed
Frondizi's swearing-in ceremony

oy several minutes, out no stones
were hurled at him in Argentina.

mey came later in reru and Ve

ueiueia. .rronoizi is a serious.

uii-giiimng iigure wno nas mstiiut

ed a program ot auserity far
stricter than that of -Mikovaw in

Russia.

-fliTght: ai-'wAUCaf' made public.

iney fcirr.-aF the, iirstajipre,
Pie Congressional Aeafini..
Nixon won't like" tne figures.
Neiuitr. wmkUiv "Ameiieatopl.

out ne 4ney itei

. mi 4 H

ilCBM'a ,lonz-ra'nge .ballistic
mrssiles'able to hit: New ,"Yor
trom ltst'ow)Rus(uaiwill have
300 by the end of I959r the' USA
will have ten.

1 RBM't t (intermediate "- range;,
able yo .ravei iotw io l8bo mues)
U&SR has pi will have 750 ready
for Wring by the eno of 1959. Wa
have about 24 now,-wilt hve 41

kir tha mnri nt 10SB .. .

, SUBMARINES1 Russia V will
have 100 missile-firing suds hy the
end o.' 1959. The USA wilt have
only five by the -end of -the year.
Uur tint atomic sub, armed with
the Polaris mia-ile, won't ne ready

rustiiuseo,5- We: hveidjceredss

cret 'devices on the oceali- ndKoni"
near American shores probably
homing device, to .guide Russian
iabs in Ttimeof wjir. thisws.
prbbablyiwaaj SovieJ suos have ;
been doing recently in American
waters.
In brief,, not un' 11 1962 will be
catch up with the missile
strength ussit-has in 1959. And.,
by 19o!, Russia thould have push-'
ed ahead eve, further,, :,, 5 f
The danger 4- that udof '''.tb

interim ana Deyunofl wewm nave
saHlv fiiminLnhprl If nnt altogether

lost, our world; -bargaining, power,'
That's why the oil vj branches in
the Cold Wr held, 04 by Mikoyan
if they can be translated into hard
and-fast agreements, are import
Note President Eise n h 0 w e r
partly pulled the rtig but from un
der Nixon's claim that we were
Kb.i1 Pno j. nW mlil0i-- htf v-

ielling his National Press Club
Club audience: We would be a lit-
tie stupid'1 if we did not believe

the Soviets were somewhat ahead

1U llltSOU UCVC1VJ1I1CUV. ' "5

Washington pipeline

He is determined to halancp th

Argentine economy is taxing lux-

unes rignt and lef curbing im imports,
ports, imports, but promised to.eet a stabl.

democratic regime back in the
saddle in Argentina.,, His ;yisit is.

an importan ,sten ni.sfll difvinr

our neglected good-neighbor poli

cy.
BEHIND NIXON
Here is the inside on hqw Vice
President Richard Nteennvttirck his
neck out to defend the Ike admin administration
istration administration on. missiles and satellites

when prinh5Jh4a,tsef

us severest critics:
Privately he once urged the Pre President
sident President to make a Churchillian
blood-and-gu s speech to arouse
the public to greater sacrifice.
Privately he lias goaded col col-leagues
leagues col-leagues into greater spending for
raisfiles and satellites.
Irked at democratic blasts,
however Nixon, invilea newsmen
to lunch ostens" ;y to meet his
new press agent, Robert Finch. At
lunch he sounded off an Ameri
can space progress, claimed the
USA was actually ahead of Rus Russia
sia Russia on .missiles, would catch un
soon on satellites. He.nwarned
newsmen, however, not to quote
him directly.
A ra-h Of news stories followed,
giving Nixoi's views without quot quoting
ing quoting him.
When Sen. Stuart Syming'on
(D Mo.) saw tlv stories, he an angrily
grily angrily challenged Nixon, to tell the
oublic the truth, threatened to re release
lease release the figures himself If Nixon
didn't.
- Symington? the first man to
serve as Secntary of the Air
Force, knows the satellite-missile
picture from A to Z.
The Nixon-Symington fireworks

have convinced the Pentagon that
'he full figures on our missile lag

rami ivaueis say iycibuii iwvitcT
feller has made his first political

mis axe as uo trnor ot mew xotk.

11C aiUllltCU lUU TTlt.ltllIIl,"lflCB-
dent oi the New York Frm Bur Bureau,
eau, Bureau, td' be his Commissioner of.
.A ffrimiltiiffl "tt. Ma1.n4 aAlttiolu

ntit,ui,uici tt i,DiavqiBii,nnjuMj;
thinking about running for Presi President
dent President he should have checked on
the rfsct that Wickham supported
QAKltn'AM M1UU.LJ,I Ja,m

th Hn. anrl Rn.nn h m mi-m

votes for. Democrats the Mid
wesUhatfTUBIIBej-
Frank Moss of Uiah was one of

.pnlytwo Rocky Mountaih,vhQ

The Rocky Mc4tntaltfl n a'

strong for civil rights, but all of
i'S Senators deserted to the South Southern
ern Southern coalition except John Carrol
of "Colorado and, 01. some votes,.
Allott of Colorado with Clinton An Anderson
derson Anderson of New Mexico. v'-u?: '.
However. Moss, v, a newcomeir.

sat in his seat nd voted Jus con

victions regardless of pressure.
Even ex-President Harry .Truman
prestured him to no avaU.

COWS LOSE HAIR
LLAiNFYLLIN. Wallea VtIPI

Farmen;Maurice.i'Th omas said
today-be would -sue the 4British
' government because his prize,
cows were losing their hair.
Thomas, 50, claims -"radioactive
fallout from A-bomb and H-bomb
tes's" for bald strips on each, of
his 15 pedigree British whit ,cows. '.

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Irsqi law imposes the death pe

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TUESfrAY JANUARY M. XM
THE raAJHA AMEMUAA AH UHUKrsnuCMv UAU.X MKWBrANJ
European Residents
Organize Civilian
Corps In B. Congo
' MATADI. Beleian Coneo. (UPI)
Grace's Commodore
Retires Alter 40
Years With Line
JANUARY 28th FEBRUARY 7th
European residents bought fire
arms and organized themselves in into
to into a' civilian .defense corps yester
day for protection against any
further outbreak of independence
rioting in this Belgian Congo port
city. 1
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? ; .TWICE 7S5 PAST AS sguiMO Tne Jiavy newest all-weather interceptor, the T4H, fllei H

i. f neap- 5t Loula, Mo. Powered by two J-79 Jet engines, the plane is said to by twice the speed
: f sound. It will be produced by McDonnell Aircraft ' V

28-Dav-Old Infant Found Safe
In NY Flat Near Snatch Scene

NEW YORK,, iatt. 27 (UPI) -Twenty-eight
- day-old; Johhny Ta
are. kidMped nearly five days
ago! was found alive today suf suffering
fering suffering from; a Respiratory inf ec
timM 25-year-old mother of three
who claimed she had a recent nus nus-camage,
camage, nus-camage, was held as hii abudctor.
Thiibor was admitted to the
RwseveltHpspital pediatric ward
for, treatment of bronchitis. He
was jxeported in satisfactory con conditioned
ditioned conditioned was expected to remain
in the hospital about a week.
Policev-said Mrs. Asuncion Ortiz,
who fooled her husband and other
relative- into believing J ohnnny
was her own child, would be charg
ed .with.--kidnaping. The maxi maxi-mum
mum maxi-mum s penalty is 20 years to We.
''That's, Johnny 1 That's my ba baby,'
by,' baby,' shouted Mrs. Doraliza Tava Tava-m,
m, Tava-m, 51, nrhen she saw the boy
sleepinf- ft he arm of a ietec ietec-tive.
tive. ietec-tive. She had to be restrained from
attacking tn weeping Mrs. Ortiz.
Hospital officials said an exa examination
mination examination ot Mrs. Ortiz showed no-evidence-
of miscarriage or abor abortion.
tion. abortion. If there had been a miscarri miscarriage,
age, miscarriage, they said, it would "probably
have? shewnsup cynically;"..
Mrs. -Tartrates1, identified the wo woman
man woman in whose apartment the baby
he wai Jfoitnd as the accused kid-

naoer. who had called herself.

"Mrs. Gladys Garcia."
Police said a tip had let them
to an apartment at 130 West 91st
where Mrs. Ortiz and a man iden identified
tified identified as her husband were living
with little Johnny. More than
400 detectives and FBI agents had
been searching for the child in va various
rious various Spanish speaking neighbor neighborhoods
hoods neighborhoods of the city for more than
four days.
"Mrs. Garcia" took the child
from the Tavarez apartment at
159 West 84th Street last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternopn after sending trust trusting
ing trusting Mrs. Tavarez on a wild goose
chase for a bigger apartment in
the Bronx. She had befriended Mrs.
Tavarez on the previous day at the
Metropolitan Hospital clinic where
little Johnny was being treated for
a bad cold and chest congestion.
Detectives found a blue blanket
in the Ortiz family's basement a a-partment
partment a-partment that was' believed to be
the one is which Johnny was wrap wrapped
ped wrapped when he was kidnaped. Police
said they were checking out other
details to make sure than Mrs. Or Ortiz
tiz Ortiz was the actual abductor, al although
though although Mrs. Tavarez had made a
pasttiveMdentificatioh.
A check Will al6 be made of the
infant's footprints with the prints
taken at the hospital when Johnny
was born. ',

Hawaii Described As Showcase

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WASHINGTON (UPI)- Interior
Secretary' f red A. Seaton formal formally
ly formally opened ethadministration's fight
lor Hawaiian statehood yesterday
.-.M'-.iWt the House may vote

SrrtV add a 50th star to

the Ffcg, h,
Describing Hawaii as a show show-place
place show-place -of democracy," Seaton said
the islaad had served its "appren "appren-ticeshipl'
ticeshipl' "appren-ticeshipl' for 59 years and has
"earned the right to fair and e e-qual
qual e-qual treatment" with the other 49
states'isV'
He: flatty relected arguments
that Safaris susceptiWe j cob cob-trol
trol cob-trol bi? (.Communists."
Repaid), the people pf Hawwau
"time after tinf have utterly re rejected
jected rejected the Communist philosophy
and verr attempt of Communists
to influences- their government".
Setojn4lesjyLtid.jtia .crowded
aihjbefore House Interior and

porter of ;tne pawanan siaiewyo'j
bfll''Vlt-iixcli.'' a tentative
goaf .for House passage.
House' Democratic teader Johe
McCotmaitlE UMss,) pledged
cooperation ;intwnedpling a wm
Aetihg vCommittee ... Chairman
Rep.5Leo W. O'Brien (d-N. Y.)
aid fhe hoped io have ready by
Feb. .'S -ja iCpmaiittee bill S whim

then must go to the Rules Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, stalling point for the Als Als-kan
kan Als-kan statehood bill last year.
Hawwai statehood supporters
said fast action by the O'Brien
group would allow plenty of time
to force action on the measure if
the rules committee attempts to
block it.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Jo'nson (Tex.) has yet to
give a firm commitment for Sen Senate
ate Senate action. But Senate- leaders
have indicated they also favor
speedy action:

CONTRACTS SET RECORD
WASHINGTON (UPI) -The
Small Business Administration
(SBA) said today the, number anfl
value of government contracts
awarded to small businesses hit a
record high last year. SBA Admin Administrator
istrator Administrator WendeH B. Barnes said
the contracts increased 65 per cent
in number from" 13,874 in 1957 to
22,965 in 1958. i

AGENCIA de CAMBIO
Y SERVICIO
We cash checks and Lottery
tickets at any time.
We are located right across
from the Ancon Bus Stop.

RIckover's Right
To Copyright His
Talks Challenged

WASHINGTON (UPI) Navy
Secretary Thomas S. Gates Jr.
was asked yesterday to find out
1 41 T 1 T T ym J 1-

wnewer ve Aom. nyjnan u. men
over used government workers and

equipment to prepare the speeches
h? copyrighted to retain exclusive

publication ngnis.
The demand was made by M.

B. Schnapper, executive editor of

Public Affairs Press. Schnapper
is suing the so-called "father of
the atomic submarine" to chal challenge
lenge challenge his right to place a copy

right restriction on his public
speeches. vr ..
The Navy said Gates' office was
preparing a reply to Public Affairs
press which will be made public.
In a letter to Gates, Schnapper
noted that Rickover has said a
copyrighted speech he made on
Dec. 11 was prepared in his pri private
vate private capacity without the use of
government facilities and memeo memeo-graphed
graphed memeo-graphed and distributed at his per personal
sonal personal expense.
Schnapper. told Gates 'hr receiv received
ed received an anonymous letter last Fri Friday
day Friday which said the Dec. 11 speech
"was" written during government
time, on government paper, on a
government typewriter and repro reproduced
duced reproduced on government mimeograph
machines." .." ; -
Public Affairs Press became em
broileed in a fight with Rickover
last year when it sought to publish
a collection of Rickover's speeches
He refused to grant his permission

Police set up roadblocks around
the European section of the city
and sent armed patrols hroueh

the big African quarter in the wake
of Sunday's rioting by some 1,000

natives demanding independence
from Belgian rule.
A Belgian jet plane from the
Congo capital of LeoDoldville flew

frequently over the Matadi area,
ready to signal police the moment
air observers spotted any large
gathering of Africans or distrub-

ances.
r Two Africans and ona Eurnnean

nolica officer werA In tha hncnltol

following the Sunday violence

blamed on members of the Abako
movement that imarkeH parHnr

Leopoldville riots in which scores

or Aincans were killed.
A defense corps of armed civil civilians
ians civilians patrolled outlying areas as
well as farms and plantations own
ed hv Rnrnnpan nrh'n ha1

-f-w u 1.UU DCIUCU
in this land deep in the African

comment.
' .The population of this port mld-
wav .between LAnnnlrivillla ani fh

. f uv nuv4
Atlantic returned clamly but un-

eaauy to wor Monday morning
after an allnight curfew to find
utnet security measures in effect.
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55 Missing
SHIOGAMA, Japan (TJPI)- A
North- Pacific tnrm ift Va Turk.

anese fishing boats with 55 crew crewmen
men crewmen migsine Or in Hief-rsee e(n.

day off the northeast coast.

The Shineams Cnaaf

tion said two vessels were miss missing.
ing. missing. Another was in danger of
sinking and two otljers were a-

umi wiun mecnamcal troubla.

Ouster Explained
WASmNRTTlV ttdt irt..

. ywii XUC

- --".".v. a uiuuu uiagBiuue yes yesterday
terday yesterday gave this description of the
liniAfi'a 1 QK7 i XL . w-

The AFL-CIO took action "wher
nV tn A TAamofju. u..

j . v""""-c "wamt imme immediately
diately immediately independent.

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Grace Line announced today the
retirement of Capt. Walter N. Pren
gel,. U.S.N.R., fleet commodore,
after forty years of service.
A native of Seattle, Wash., Pren Pren-gel
gel Pren-gel began his seafaring career in
1919. when as a deck cadet he join joined
ed joined the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
then controlled by Grace. Under
the Pacific Mail flag he progressed
in rank, serving as third and sec second
ond second officer.
When the Company retired from
the trans-Pacific service, he was
assigned to the inter-coastal run
between New York and California
via the Panama Canal. Receiving
his first command at the age of
28, he served as master of such
famous Grace liners as the Santa
Lucia, Santa Elena, and Santa
Paula, both on the intercoastal and
Caribbean runs. In 1941 he came
ashore as Grace Line's port cap captain
tain captain in New York.
During World War II, he served
with the Navy in Washington and
overseas in the Naval Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation Service as planner and coor coordinator
dinator coordinator of port directors organiza organizations
tions organizations and as a liasion officer be between
tween between the War Shipping Adminis Administration
tration Administration and the chief of Naval O O-perations,
perations, O-perations, supervising the con conversion
version conversion to troop carrier of more
than 300 Liberty and Victory ships.
At the close of hostilities he re returned
turned returned to his position as port cap captain,
tain, captain, until July 1956 when he was
fleet commodore of the Line. He
served in an advisory capacity in
the nlanninp nnH hniiii

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oamu nusa ana santa .Paula, plac placed
ed placed in Caribben service during 1958
Prengel resides with his wife and
family at the Garden City Hotel,
Garden City, L. I., New York.

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SOCIAL EVENTS HONOR DISTINGUISHED VISITOKS
HIRE FOR PANAMA CANAL BOARD MEETING
; Canal Zone Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter enter enter-talnei
talnei enter-talnei at the Governor's House last evening In honor of
members of the Panama Canal Company's Board of Di Directors,
rectors, Directors, who are here for an annual meeting.
The board is headed by Mr. George H. Roderick, Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Secretary of the Army.

Another social event in connec connection
tion connection with the annual board meet meeting
ing meeting was a supper party hosled by
Canal Zone Lt. Gov, and Mrs.
John D. McElheny at their home
in Balboa Heights.
Guests included Col. Eisiminger,
Col. Boye and Col. Gibbons,
members of the visiting group,
Rear Admiral and Mrs. George
Wales, Capt. and Mrs. W. S. Rorii Rorii-mon,
mon, Rorii-mon, Col. and Mrs. Lewis Walsh
Sr., Lt. Col. and Mrs. Wendell P.
Knowles, Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. D.
Brown, Mr and Mrs. Robert
Walker
Bishop Vosgeli
fipected Her
The Rt. Rev. Charles Alfred Vo Vo-geli,
geli, Vo-geli, missionary bishop of Haiti,
will be the house guest of Bishop
aild Mrs. Reginald Gooden when

he arrives on the 'Isthmus Thurs Thursday
day Thursday lor convocation activities of
the Episcopal Church.
The Bishop is well-known here
having served as Dean of the Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral of St. Luke from 1938 to
1943.
Among other events, he will ad address
dress address the Laymen's Dinner Fri Friday
day Friday evening in Bishop Morris
Hall.

Mrs. Putntes Feted
Af Farewel. Psrty
Mrs. Ratael Fuentes, wife of
Mexican Ambassador to Panama,
was honored yesterday morning
at a farewell party g.ven by Mrs-.
Lionel Vasse, wife of the French
Ambassador, at the French Em Embassy
bassy Embassy residence in La Cresta.
Guests Included members of the
Diplomatic Corps in Panama.
Ambassador and Mrs. Fuentes
will leave Saturday lor his new
assignment in Holland.

'taat) mum

Tea To Honor
Argentina Ambassador
The Association of University
Women in Panama have planned
a tea for next Monday to honor
Miss Angela Romera Vera, Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine Ambassador to 'Panama.
The event will be given on the
patio of the Panama Hilton Hotel.

Pres. and Mrs. de la Guardia
Honored at Barbecue
The President of Panama p
Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia
were guests of honor at a ba
cue party given last evening oy
Mr. and Mrs. Camilo Quelquejeu
at their residence.
A select group of friends at attended
tended attended the party.

Balboa Wonttn't Club
To Meet At Westwood
The Balboa Woman's Club has
planned a meeting for tomorrow
at Westwood, the country home
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schilling'
near Arraijan. A board meeting
is planned for 10 a.m., and a pic picnic
nic picnic lunch at 12:30 p.m.
Information on transportation
and food may be obtained from
Mrs. Stella Nita, Balboa 2651;
Mrs. Peggy Parker, Balboa 1412;
Mrs. Ethel Chester, Balboa 1S2V,
Mrs. Loretta Snodgrass, Balboa
2384; Mrs. Ruth Aufele, Balooa
4433; or Mrs. Emily Bolton, Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-7776.

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For reservations write, phone or wire:
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oirls 5, Boys 3

All but one of the eight babies
born at the Coco Solo Hospital dur during
ing during the week ending at midnight,
Jan. 21, were born to residents of
Colon. During this same period,
64 patients were admitted and 54
were discharged, according to the
hospital report.
Five girls and three boys were
born during the week. Parents of
the girls, all of whom live in Co Colon,
lon, Colon, are Mr. and Mrs. Marcos
Brands, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, Cpl. and Mrs. Leroy Hay Hay-den,
den, Hay-den, Mr. and Mrs. Santo Biscaino,
and Mr. and Mrs. Junios Jordan.
Boys were born to'Mr. and Mrs.
Eugenio Vargas and Mr. and Mrs.

Albert Waisome, of Colon; and to
Dir. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder, of

Coco Solo.

...FOLLOW THE CROWD
To theIGGEmB ARGAINS1

GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
ti.4. rHrut.in'i ister Ariadne

JUJua v. ...
now boasts an admirer who out

ranks any of Linda's recent neu
lined flames. .Elvis Presley will
be given the opportunity ot star
ring in a Broaoway show as soon
as he gets out ot the Army. Ta-
,.. r.,0i. Riiririv Allen IS fly-

leui iuaiiry- -
ing to MeT.iphis to confer wlJi

Colonel Tom Parser on me yuw yuw-u:n...
u:n... yuw-u:n... ciuic r,iovinff Hie lead in

UllllJ ui ..Hill-
a musical adaptation of Billy

The Kd", .rean eauey
r.nr.wntit ve. Chlun

cey Olman, is reportedly on the

verge ot suing ner ior ou.u.
They split after a 12-year associa-j

tion. ....

Martha Raye's bridegroom, -no-k,r
n'Ch ha nnenl a private

detective agency. He calls him

self "Mr. Protection". . me hi
...... i u. ah eion.R ti Hav-

cnapier ui we n jt
worth legal struggle Is slated to

start in Reno Jan. 30, wun mu
personal lawyer, Bartley Crum
u it;. h oirto nf the- story

He'll try to collect the $30,000' Rita
claims Ali owes her, and Ali Is ex expected
pected expected to avoid the payment by
using his diplomatic inJm!miiy"

an ambassador to me uuivu
CnnoWrrf Lavern Baker Is on

the mend after emergency sur

gery at Wickersnam nospuv
She'll be hors de combat for at

least five weeks. .John nooseveii
- ;, Roche and Co.. final-

rcuicocm,ii5 ..
lu gave up trying to arrange the

Western union-American i
fr.i ,.-,. u -aiaa advised the

consolidation would run into legal

problems as a possmie munuunj.
Jocelyn Breen, wife of former
.tor nrthh Rrppn. tells ln-

timates she plans to flie for di divorce
vorce divorce shortly..All the girl visiting

the Catskills ought to nave weir
A. .orHQ fitlsH this waekend.

Several Crosby sons and John lrei

or. avnpptprf at tne Loncoru

Hotel. .Birdland rumors have It

that Jimmy Rushing may rejoin
the Count Basie hand.
It's interesting to note that after
President Eisenhower received
irim NnuoV and Pprrv Pnmo. ma

ny editors from Coast to Coast,

Including two in the film capital
shrco in 11 in a front nace Dicture

of Ike with Perry rather than one
of Ike with Kim. .The Leferitt
Iha't .TnMr Whltnv ne

phew, she was Hungarian actress

Eva Noring) are parting. ... a.
Lee Pogostin, who penned the TV

uarG nn nr np v nnn Ann a x-

pence" for Laurence Olivier, is

the proua papa or a new Daoy doy
- IPam AniAnnAi.ivriA..rlBejUArtf

thing continued: there's an irres

istible sale of exitic language type

wrueis touii ou uowliowu. tor

o.ju you CaU i out W(Ul li'4 li'4-uii
uii li'4-uii ie tiers vnat a laucuuge
yo.eu oa uuuxo), nouejr,
uicib t a iau4nt tpewrntr iw
o.jU, ; Uu leal uutwu but
wtui oreb inuiau iiuit ior jui

rtui. h Green beeu makiug the

scene ai uis uvome uon.-uui,
uoiu.e jutw or, aimea wivu a
scraicu pau aud Suaiy peucm m
couvenauonm puipooe. tut uuc-

lor an auviseu mm io uo very

lime talking except wueu no
oa,.dferi ptworiuiu at uie uoiueu

ineauc .aca victor u m

to nn" loiuiuy L- ueuu. . .lae
voice of "iue Little opace Urn

on me recuru caii-ciiuy m.uig

the nu lists is actually a nustv,

3oyer-oiu xexas iuc iocitey

nainea i'aul Berlin,

uoa Amecne's next Broadway

venicie may oi a uiusicai based

ou ail luea ui uis very own. tit uas

caiuuii.oueu ua wn;ui aou

Aiexanuer lo put it in script Horn,

auu iioyes to uu it eou..

iTiAiuceis oi Oue oi tne mors lm-

poriani i V syectaculais piaiineQ

ior xo wouiu use to engage muu
uaynor s services, ane u ue in
iew it oi it ai. u riguc ume, uoing

tne mm version oi "Aniuversai

Vvaltz."

Kicardo Motalban is the latest

cumeuuer lor we role puiueu oy

ttm sttiiaiua iu uie mui

lor wnich birgiue uiaraot thoutiu

sue naa tne crooner is vis-a-vis

. .uernie sjauueri hat liown to
Lonaon to comer witn uemnte
Lime; he d liKe to star her in a

television series Da sea on "an

Auntie Ma me type." Wniie there,
he'll wind up ms new "counter

spy series, tne pilot tilm ol

wnich is based on England's fas

cinating "irog man' mystery.
The fictionaliaed account of the in-

ternationally-nealined news story
was prepared vith the assistance

of Commander Crabo'i wile, wno

continues to maintain that he s

alive.

Lester Lahin has landed the

Elum of playing for the Duke and
luchess of WinJsor when the T.

Markoe Robertsons give their
"welcome home" dinner dance at

the Waldorf Feb. 4. .Dancer

Mary i Seed of the Broadway ex

travaganzas is honeymooning with
Bill Wong, host at the East Hiriz Hiriz-on,
on, Hiriz-on, new rage among the town's

exotic eating places.
Sammy Kaye will work on two
projeots while he's in Palm Beach
between video shows. One, he's de defending
fending defending his championship tile in
the Winter League. Golf. Tourney

there; two,?hc(n;ourting iocraf-

Ue Emmy Feu. no mean golfer

herself. .Sign of our times, per perhaps?
haps? perhaps? Every line of editorial co copy
py copy in a hew teenage magazine it

checked by a psycniamst

Veronica Lake's stunning daught daughter
er daughter Diane commanded all the at attention
tention attention at the Assembly the other
day when' she .lunched there with

Gene woifson. sne reauy a

treat to the eyes.

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4TII1 Altl
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T A till
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North and BoutA vulnerable
lentil Wets NaUh Bket
1A tass Pass Double
Fast I A Double

' Fats Fate Fast
Opefiing'!edV 4

Both South players in one of the
Masters', team of four matches
chose to open thi bidding with on
spade.

One North raited his partner to

two spaaes and wat delighted when
everybody patted. He wat lest
delighted when hit partner, went
down two tricks ior t 200-.p0int lost
and analysis showed that East and
West could not make a game a a-gaintt
gaintt a-gaintt proper 'defense.
Nevertheless, his aide did all
right on the hand. At the other
table North decided that hit tree
pointt and four little trumpt did
not warrant any action at all aha
passed.
East reopened with a double
and West bid two hearts. At this
point North decided that he could
afford to bid and gave ft delayed
raise to two spades.
East did what toy sensible per person
son person would do. He doubled and
since thatsecond double was for
business West left it in. Again
South wat down two trickt but this
time the penalty was 600 points,
not 200.
North really should not have
swapped horses in midstream. He

had chosen to pats at hit first
turn to. bid. Hit partner had nut
been, able io retold jnd North t'lll
held the samebafi hand he had

started with.

, Q The biddinff has been
West Nwrtk Bast Besrtb
I i Double 1 V
Yeu, South, hold:
AAKI t(4 JTt ltlt
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but n caat Bm atbln l
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r-fhi' WdlBf winV-taitii at W
the question just answered Yfiu,
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Ala. Senator Wants
To Bring Airports
Up To Jet Standard
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (UPI) (UPI)-Sen.
Sen. (UPI)-Sen. John Sparlcman said today it
Is Imperative to continue and ex expand
pand expand federal aid for airport con construction
struction construction because the program
"could well mean that many livet
will be saved during the next few
years."
The Alabama Democrat said it
it impossible for state and local
communities to provide for the
modernization of airport systems
necessary to meet rigid safety re requirements
quirements requirements of the Jet age.
Sparkman's statement was pre prepared
pared prepared i for delivery before a Sen Senate
ate Senate subcommittee which resumed
hearings on a bill by Chariman

A. S. Mike Monroney (D-Okla.) to
provide 175 million dollars over

live years ior airport construction.
Monroney's measure faced
strong Republics i apposition. Sen Senate
ate Senate GOP Leader Everett M. Dirk Dirk-ten
ten Dirk-ten predicted yesterday that it

would provide the first big battle

over President Elsenhower s I960
budget.
Dirk sen said the airport pro program
gram program "sets the pattern of how
we'll far budget-wise and how
intensive the fight over the budget
will be." The President proposed
a 200-million dollar, four-year pro program.
gram. program. The Senate showdown was ex

pected to come before Feb. I

when Congress takes a week lung
reces from legislative business to

let Republicans make their tradl-

tional Lincoln Day speeches.

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CHOP SIHET la 4 Utty method of comblatRf neat and vert
tablet togethet. BMitl note will Ui textart to. tht dials,

Although chop suey is not ty typically
pically typically Chinese dish, it does follow
tome principles of Chinese) cook cookery.
ery. cookery. For example, the small a a-mount
mount a-mount of fat used, and serving
meats and vegetables together.
Cooking time it short, and uie sea seasoning
soning seasoning subtle.
Chop suey ioniqinet Ingredients
popular in the Far East bean
sprou t, toy taude. ginger. Brttfl
nuts supplement the cfispitesi arid
flavor of the dish and have a tex texture
ture texture tomewhat similar to water
chestnutt. . f
It ''.IK'...
Braill Nut Chicken Chop Suey .'
(Yield. f Mrvlnos)
Two tablespoons salad oil, 3-4
cup coarsv'y chopped Brtiil nutt,
1 cup diced celery, 2 cups chicken
stock, l package (10 ounces) fro fro-ten
ten fro-ten julienne green beans, l' can

(1 pound Jikntprtsaiwd

rooms, 2 cup.) diced cooked chick chicken,
en, chicken, 1 taspoon monosoldium sluta-

mate, 1 tablespoh toy sauce. 1-2

1 teaspoon ginger, 1 ti.ble$oon

cornstarch, i- cup wateir.

Heat oil in, larPo kill kAA

niltfi ntifir tivWtfet' ruirj.alM

ally, uatU lightly downed. Add

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brown. Add chicken ttock, beans,
bean sprouts mushrooms, cWek-
sadce" and jjj11
broakinguf tenbelns witt;

ium. neuuL-e nesi SDQ Simmer 3
minutes. Mix together cornstarch
and water; stir to smooth paste.
Gradually add to chicken mixture
and cook, stirring constantly, until

mixiure cumes 10 a nou, serve

witn not cookm rice.
' Brazil Nut Crabmtat Salad
(Yield! 4 servlnot)
One can (6 1-2 ounces) crsb crsb-meat,
meat, crsb-meat, 1-2 cup diced celefy, 1-3 cup
sliced Brazil nuts, 2 tablespoons
chill sauce, 1-3 cup mayonnaise, 1
tahlecrinnn Ismnn .4nla ti

Lsjoon iapl- aybcadb femato.-;

uuicu i cuuu.eii ngr remove
membrane: add celejy and ;nuts.
Combine chili tau,cef mayorisaiae.
lemon juice end salt.. Add to salad
mixture and mix lightly. : Serve
with avocado or tomato wedget.

Churchmpn Deride Russians' Claim
Rockets Prove Fallacy On Angels

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US Envoy's5 Remarks
On Bagdad Pact
Termed lukewarm

(UPI) S. Deiitity .JOnderMcreta-

ry of state boy Heneerson pieag pieag-ed
ed pieag-ed continued U S', support todly to
Ik TlmUAA Hn AKiatart

MIC AjBKMrifU al UMV w.vt..
considered hit phretlng surpriting

iy luxewarm.
"We will continue to support the
pact nd its objective of cooper cooperation
ation cooperation for economic progresi -and
for tecuritv tga'ntt the communltt
menace." he told the opening ses session
sion session of the pact't semi-tnnual min ministerial
isterial ministerial conference.
However. Hendertont left no
doubt the United States would give
military support to regional mem
hers. v
"NO eroun of nations. .can

build their individual military
strentha to the point where they
can meet in terms of numbers the
Communist forces pitted against
them," Henderson said.

Regional efforts, too, require
reinforcement. The United 8tatet
it prepared to lend such renfirce renfirce-mentt."
mentt." renfirce-mentt." i
He remsinded delegates from
Britain. Pakistan Iran anil Tiip.

key of Peiping't "unabathed, ag aggression'
gression' aggression' s gainst Formosa and
..i J ttvn . .

BHiu. i-ven now tne tnreat or
force hanex nv.r Rarlin Tf mv

strike elsewhere at any time."

iraq was not represented at the
firtt meeting since a revolutionary
government overthrew the regime
of King Faisal last summer.
Hendersnon aid the United
Statet, which lt not a member of
the pact, was still prepared to en enter
ter enter trilateral agreements promised

is wnuon meeting last summer,
but he did not ty when.
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NEW YORK-atf:ft'ir--Prominent
churchmen here and
abroad havt4erit Russian
tellitet provtf :tMt"Taftacyif Christ Christian
ian Christian belief by their inability to
find angels and a tupreme being
in outer space.
But the "Red Dean" of Canter Canterbury,
bury, Canterbury, Dr. Hewlett Johnson,, ig ignored
nored ignored the Ru sian slight to reli religion,
gion, religion, by affirming that there is
S heaven and the ltf Russian
ictator Josei -4talin?Is probsbly
the Rev. Ralph W. Sockman,

noted Park Avenue Methodist min minister,
ister, minister, was one of many American
Protestant leaders to "omment on

the recent -Radio Moscow delibe

ration in sermons Sunday. He said

the declaritionf said to be based
on the vietfii df .: Russian sciem
Ista," "revealed the immaturity
and naivete oi Soviet religious
thinking."
"Of course rockets can ne'vsr
find tuprnatura. beings or other

evidence of God because, as Jesus
taid, 'God it spirit tnd those rwhe
worship must worship ia'vplri)
tnd truth," Dr., Sockmsn IsaioVA

"The Soviet scientists are V still

judging religion in terms of out

moded concepts taught by an un unenlightened
enlightened unenlightened church in the days of

the czars."

In London. Dr. Donald Soper,

former president of the Methodist

Conference, said the Russians

' are as stupid theologists as they
ire clever telentisti If they think
religious people go looking for
angels through telescopes."

He. said Kussian a t n e i s s
"haven't the slightest idea what

goes on inside the church."

aoper wss echoed by the lead lead-ins
ins lead-ins newspaper for ihe Church of

England, which laid editorially
that the Russian declaration was
'just silly, superficial' comment."

Dean Johnson wat quoted by the

London Sunday Express at say saying
ing saying "God's eye is s big eye snd
sees everything, good and bad."

To know all. js to forgive all,
so that I think. from heaven's
point of view, Stalin it safe," he
said. "Stalin wVa rough and

stern manteTiad tone because
he had a dirty job to do."
' The deah iaitf h'fbundf"n:c(lnihr

distasteful in the fact that the So

viet eneyclopedis devoted 78 linel
to him and only eight to Christ.
"Well, you see, I'm aliv and
Christ isn't, so it's qulce natural
that they should print more about
tne," he explained.
IIY Cops Seek Teener
In Knifing Qf Son
Of Crooner Haym?
.NEW YORK Jan. 27 (UPI)

Police. sought today a teen-age

k'uuui.uor 'vuo.aueaeuiy sia Doea
the I0-year-olt son of crooner
Dick Hay toes in an argument over
a gM both had been dating.
Authorities learned of the stab stabbing
bing stabbing when Haymes, former hus husband
band husband of movie star Rita Hay.
worth, brnusht hi inn Dick Jr..

3 W.St... .efHoiipi,al for

rrearmnt'. -me hospital taid u
took five ttitchei t6 close the
wound in young Haymet' right
foearm.
' Police taid the youth identified
his assailant as Alan Clarke, a
classmate at private school. He
tatd Clarke .esmeMrom New Jer Jersey,
sey, Jersey, where he has been visiting
an aunt, to "have it oul" about
the girl. He said the argument
began at the Haymes' Park Aven Avenue
ue Avenue apartment and continued at the,,
midtown. apartment of Clarke's
parents.
The youth Is the eldest of three
children both .to actress Joanne
DruHaymet'irst wife. He has
beet living with the crooner and
hUMIfth wife',; the former Ann
Mifcrit, 21. :
' SITS RECORD
NANTTES, France (UPI) Mi Michel.
chel. Michel. Perrigaud claimed today to
have tet a record of sorts by play playing
ing playing the harmonics non-stop for 7Vi
hours while sitting on a chair ba balanced
lanced balanced atop three wine bottles.

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The 21st annual meetlnf pf th
iDiscopal Church Women of this
missionary diocese will Uk place
Cathedral of St. Luke, An An-eon
eon An-eon on Thursday.
At t:J a.m. Registration of del
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tutiv exe-tutiv board will begin at. the Ca Ca-thedral
thedral Ca-thedral In charge Mrs. Virgi Virgi-via
via Virgi-via Peterson. Miss Claire. Ogden,
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.Heber Gooden as celebrant. The

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shop Gooden. The,1. Vtn. Lemuel

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triennial convention .held at Mia

mi Beach last October.
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At the end of the afternoon sea-

sion there will be a short address

bv tire Bishop Alfred Voegeli. of

Haiti, and the meeting will con

dude with the installation ot tne

newlv elected officers to be held

in the Cathedral with Bishop

Gooden presiding.

On Friday morning, the Kpla

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The Supreme Court refused yes yesterday
terday yesterday to interfere with Senate

Rackets Committee plans to snow
Philadelphia law officials the sub sub-pen
pen sub-pen a ed records of a Teamsters
local accused of corruption.
In a brief order, the court re rejected
jected rejected the plea of Local 107 of the
Highway Truck Driven Union, a

Teamsters affll'ate, that the com committee
mittee committee be barred from allowing

Philadelphia Dlst. Atty. Victor H.
Blanc to examine the local's records.

The high court's action meant
the committee could go ahead
with its plans. The congressional

group, which subpenaed the rec

ords in 1957, had said it would take

no acton until the court disposed

yof the case.

In another labor case, the court
agreed to decide whether slow slowdowns
downs slowdowns and other harrasslng tac tactics
tics tactics by union members during con

tract negotiations were an unfair
labor practice.

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tract negotiations In Newark, N.J.
between the Prudential Insurance

Co. of America and the AFL-CIO
Insurance Agents International
Union.
On the compla'nt of Prudential,
the National Labor Relations
Board ruled that, a slow-down bv

I ttinion members during the talks

violated the legal requirement of
bargaining In good faith. The U.S.
Court of Appeals reversed the
NLRB ruling.

The high court will schedule oral

arguments later and then hand
down a written opinion.

In other actions; the hlh court:
DeoFnad to Intervene in a' flht

between American Gold Star
Mothers, Inc., and the Memorial

National Home Foundation over
control of a charitable trust in
Long Beach, Calif. Its action left

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Denied a hearing to three

large grocery companies fond to
have violated part of the federal
fair trade laws by advertising in

magazine distributed by the A

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companies were General Foori:

Hunt Foods, Inc.; and Morton Salt

Co. The case was sent back to the

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MarlBoro, Carta Vieja Begin Final Battle For RunnWup rfcfe Spot

Smokers Hold Comfortable
a-dame Bulge Over Yanks;
liadies Get In Free Tonight
The final battle for runnerup spot in the Panama
Professional league race begins tonight with a game
between the second-place Marlboro Smokers and the
third-place Carta Vieja Yankees.
The Smokers' lefty Bob Milo (6-3), and right righthander
hander righthander Jim Umbricht (4-6), are the pitchers named

to start on the mound.
Ladies will be admitted free to
the park.
The last time the teams met, last
Wednesday, Milo and Umbricht
hooked up in a tight pitchers' duel
that saw the Yankees come out on
top by a 2-1 score.
Umbricht went the distance in
that one, scattering six hits but
Milo worked Seven frames and
went out for a pinchhitter. Milo
gave up ten of the Yankees' 11
hits and Humberto Robinson, who
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counter for the'teams, with Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro holding- M edge. The
Yankees would have to win to tonight
night tonight and again Feb. 3 when
they meet for the last time, to
break even, on the season.
The Smokers are three games
ahead of the Yankees with all
teams having only six contests to
go golf
lf golf the Smokers win tonight they
would be four games in front of
the Yanks with five games to go
and Carta Vieja would have only
a remote mathematical chance of
tying Marlboro efore the season
ends Feb. 5.
If the Yankees win however,

they would be two games behind,
with five games leu ana mey
would have a fighting chance to
finish second.
The Yankees, whose main pro problem
blem problem most of the season hh
been lack of hitting, pounded
out 13 safeties and scored eight
runs In Aguadulce Sunday In drop
ping a 12-8 decision to the Kings
in 10 innings.
Earlier'the same day in David
the Smokers had stopped Cerveza
Balboa 6-2 to stay mathematical mathematically
ly mathematically alive in the flag chase that ap appears
pears appears to have been already won
by the Kings.
The leaders hold a five-game
margin over :the Smokers and it
would takc-ja'intiracle for the sec-ond-placetHeatch
up again.
If the Smokers lose tonight and
the Kings whip the Beermen to
morrow, the front-runners will be
crowned champions of the 1953-59
campaign.
BY MU.tOVM

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(TUESDAY. THURSDAY. SATURDAY)

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Lv. Panama 11:45 A.M.
Ar. San Jose 12:05 P.M.
Ar. San Salvador 2:00 P.M.
Ar. Guatemala 2:55 P.M.
Ar. Mexico City 5:45 P.M.
Ar. New Orleans 6:55 P.M.
DIRECT CONNECTIONS TO CALIFORNIA
Lv. Mexico 7:45 P.M.
Ar. Let Angeles 11:25 P.M.
Ar. San Francisco 2:05 A.M.
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Balboa High School
1959 Track Hews
About 35 boys of assorted izes
ages and abilities have been work-,
ing out for the past two weeks inj
preparation for the coming inter inter-scholastic
scholastic inter-scholastic track season in the Can Canal
al Canal Zone It is far to early to make
any accurate predictions, but the
boys'are hoping that a few records
may fall.
Tomorrow will be the day that
the aspirants find out just where
they stand, at least within the lim limited
ited limited bounds of their own team. At

3:30 p.m. this date, the cinders
will fly and the air will ring with
pistol shot. When the dust settles,
and amid the dying cheers of mul
titudes, the winners of the first
Balboa High School lntersquaa
Track Meet of 1959 will be an announced.
nounced. announced. It is anticipated that the two
teams will be very evenly matched
right down the line. The fancy
shirts may be at a slight disad disadvantage
vantage disadvantage because of the extra trim
but with determination they should
be able to overcome this handicap
and give the plain shirts a run
for their money.
Although it is early in the season,
both teams are confident that all
their entries know which direction
to run and when to stop. The first
event will start promptly at 3:30,
and with luck all results will -be
n Vw a 45 TVip mile even' could
throw this time schedule olf an
hour or so.
The order of events and the ap approximate
proximate approximate time schedule are as
follow:
3:30 Shot put, pole vault, high
jump, broad jump, and discus.
3:30 70 yd. high hurdles.
3:40 100 yd. dash
3:45 mile
3:55 440 yd. run
4:00 400 yd. relay
4:10 180 yd. low hudles
4:20 880 yd. run
4:30 220 yd. dash
4:30 220 yd. dash
4:35 spring medley relay

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PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

Teams K M CV CB W L Pet. QB
Kings x 7, 6 8 21 9 .700
Marlboro 3 x 6 7 16 14 .533 5
Carta Vieja 4 4 x 5 13 17 .433 8
Cerveza Balboa 2 3 5 x 10 20 .333 11
Total 9 14 17 2060 60

TONIGHT'S GAME
At Olympic Stadium:
Marlboro (Milo 6-3) vs. Carta Vieja (Umbricht 4-6)
Camg time: 7:30

PAN-CANAL
BOWLING TOURNAMENT
The 18th Annual Tournament
committee has been notified that
three pounds six ounce plastic
coated pins will be used in this
year's bowling classic. This ac according
cording according to the "expert" bowlers
on the Isthmus should produce
higher scores than the all-wood
pins used last year at Balboa.
According to the American Con Congress,
gress, Congress, each pin must weigh not
less than two pounds fourteen
ounces, nor more than three
pounds ten ounces. The pins shall
not vary more than four ounces
in each set. The pins approved by
ABC must be made of sound hard
maple. A rigid control of research
and production is maintained by
ABC. The plastic coated pins are
the highest priced pins on the
market.
Plastic coated tenpins, are re reputed
puted reputed to have more bounce and
do not absorb moisture so impor important
tant important in this climate. Generally
pins are classified in three major
weights, light, medium and hea
vy. The lightweights are more
desirable for women bowlers, but
the men prefer the mediums be because
cause because fast ball artists would go
through the light weights, and
the average male bowler would
have a rough time carrying off
the heavy wood. Also average
speed bowlers get better pin ac
tion from the mediums, whereas
the heavy wood has a tendency
to produce more splits
The legal height of the pin is
15 inches with a tolerance of 2-64
inch being permitted. The widest
part of the pin is at a point 7V4
inches from the base, being four
inches and 36-64. The base of the
pin is two inches in diameter. The
pins are set apart 12 inches cen center
ter center to center, which leaves an o o-pening
pening o-pening of about seven and half
inches between two adjoining pins.
The other Implement of bowling
is the ball, eight inches in diame
ter and 27 inches in circumfer circumference.
ence. circumference. While three finger balls are
now in style, two finger balls were
most widely used in the 30s. How
ever, there are still bowlers who
prefer the two finger ball, and
the current world's invitational
match game champion, Ed Lub Lub-anski
anski Lub-anski is a two finger bowler. The
weights are restricted from ten
to sixteen pounds, of composition
non-metalic material. Most of the
balls on the market are made pi
rubber.
The distance from the foul line
to the head pin is 62 feet
Now the big question that will
be settled between March 7 to 14
at theaDiablo Center, will be, who
will be able to roll the ball sixty
feet with the most consistency a
gainst the three-pound six-ounce
pins and capture the coveted
Handicap All Events Crown
now worn by Ron Amato a mem'
ber of the Air Force Band at Al
brook, and who entered the 1958
tournament with a 152 average.
The dopesters in local bowling
circles claim that it will be a vi
sitor" and not a homer that will
take the bulk of the prize money.
in other words bowlers with av
erages established elsewhere, ac
cording to predictions should find
the lanes at Diablo easier to
score on and visiting bowlers
should averaee ten to fifteen Dins
better in Diablo than on their
home lanes.
The Diablo Lanes have the re
putation of being a place where
the ball takes. Of the eight lanes
number 4 and 5 are re"'
tougher than the other six,
but
still Pepe Danuan i. ...
twelve possible strikes on this
set of boards last week.
Bowlers pick up the residue cf
grime encountered on some oth other
er other local lanes.
Arrangements are being nego negotiated
tiated negotiated to have the Diablo Lanes
opened on Saturday and Sunday,
so that bowlers will have an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to work out on the.
janes prior to the tournament.

PACIFIC WOMEN'S LEAGUE
OF CLAYTON

Teams

Wen Lett
43 2d
42V4 29V4
38 34
35 37
34 38
32V4 39W
32 40
31 41

Beauties
Gutter Gals
Broadsides
Luck Dreamers
The Roses
Martians
Alley Cats
One Eye Open
ftMuMei I On Eye Open 1
The lady Beauties held on to
first place by the slim margin of
one nan. point, and with only
three weeks to go, it looks like
the race will go right down to the
last week for the top honors.
The Beauties' anf: Beasts "hid
their way all of the morning ex except
cept except in the middle fame, when
the One Eye Opens; opened up
and trounced the league leaders
by 96 pins. Jean Saylor and Deph-
ne Baurer were the hot shots of
the Beauties, with their 556 and
550 handicap series.
Nancy Mokray was on her way
to an outstanding set when she
rolled 168 and 164 in her first two
games, but a poor game in the
end ruined the morning. Howev
er, with the poor game, Nancy
collected 587 handicap series to
be the best of the Eyes.
Gutter Gals 4 Martians
with tne wnoie team firing a
way 5C handicap series, the Gut
ter Gals swept all four points and
are now only one half point out
of the lead. The Gutters had a
close call in the opening round
but thanks to their handicap kit
ty of 16 pins, they won the game
ny rive maples.
The other games were runa'
ways, for the Gutter Gals. Char
lotte Dodson and Bev Jackson of
the Martians, had commendable
series of 520 and 557 handicap, but
they needed help because for the
Witter Galls. Kay Calbot kicked
in with 553, Marg Wilburn 502,
JNeuie waltz walloped 556. Eea
Ballard 526 and Leone Steckler
socked 570 all handicap.
Broadsides 3 Lucky Dreamers
The Broadsides, in third place
continued their mathematical
chances for the crown by winning
three points from the unlucky
Dreamers. The Broads were on
their way to a clean sweep when
the Dreamers rallied to take the
last game.
Both squads had two 5C Handi
cap bet bowlerettes. For the
third place Broadsides Betty Mc
Cloud and Shirley Van Osdol
were tied with 567 figure. Lois
Wells 516 and Eva Lee were the
pacemakers for the beaten quin
tet.
ANey Cats 1 The Roses )
The Alley Cats released from
the cellar position are again flirt
ing with that spot, when they
were licked by the Roses. The
Roses had the winning blossoms
in the lid lifter, by 21 pins. The
Cats came back, and scratched
out a winning marker by 27,
and were leading in total pins go
ing into tne final round.
Thanks to Wally Morgan's 159
and Anita Passons 173, the Roses
puuiea away from the Alley cats
and were credited with two points.
Sefiora Morgan had the best
scratch series 485 and also the
best handicap score of 575.
Her fellow Rose Holstlandef con
tributed a 566 series, and Anita
Passon ran into tough luck in the
second game, but still made 520
handicap set. The opposing Alley
Cats also had a trio of high pow'
ered kegerlettes, Dolores Taylor
565, Mary Lund 537, and Connie
Reichart 524, all handicap.

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ADELAIDE, Jfanr 2(UPI) -Alex.
Olmedo won hit first major
tennis title yesterday when he
captured the Australian crown by
defeating Neale Fraser, 6-1, 6-2,
3-6, 6-3. .:
Olmedo rounded but a triumph triumphant
ant triumphant .day for the United States be before
fore before a crowd of 6,000. Earl Buch Buch-holz
holz Buch-holz 18-year-old St. Louis star won
the junior title by defeating Mar
ty Mulligan of Australia, 3-6, 6-3,
6-3. Buchholz now holds the four
major junior, titles .Wimbledon,
United States, French and Austra-
uan.
Olmedo,: 12, hero ;0f the United
States triumph over Australia in
the Davis 'Cup challenge round
last month, Is the first Peruvian
to win one of' the world's major
tennis titles; He is only the fourth
United States representative to
win the Australian crown, follow following
ing following F., B. Alexander (1908), Don
Budge (1938) and Dick Savitt
(1951). ...
Olmedd has been hampered by
a pulled stomach muscle but it
took him just 86 minutes to de
feat Fraser, the -Australian left
hander who, is regarded as this
country's top amateur since Ash
ley Cooper and Mai Anderson
turned pro. ,;
The outcome never was In doubt.
Olmedo played with the same
power and skill be displayed In
his Davis Cup matches. He was
equally effective1 on all parts of
the court. His first serve was
hard and -accurate, -he dominated
the net with his volleys and
smashes and scored repeatedly at
the expense' of Fraser's weak
backhand.
Dust
PANAMANIAN
MAJOR LEAGUIRS DONATE
TROPHIES TO
SOFTBALL LEAGUE
BY HERBERT MQiSE
RAINBOW CITY Two eradu
ates of the local diamond mstitu
Hons from tennis bans to ama
teur baseball, Hector Lopez and
Humberto Robinson -will donate
trophies to the Rainbow City Open
Clasification Softball League to
aid- and encourage the game in
the Republic, especially on the A-
ttaatte rtStdw where they were bora
and reared.
.Both Lopez and' Robinson learn
ed to play ball in the CZ townsite
known familiarly as Silver City
Heights and played in the off sea
son when they were starring in
the Canal Zone and Colon Amateur
j-Kues. .,,(. I ..Til.,'
During his early school days, Lo.
pez showed the unquenching de
sire to De a nusuing ana naru
playing individual. As leader of his
elementary, junior high and high
school baseball teams, Lopez al-
... . .M. 4a in in a! k n4n hi.
players the ardent desire to "give
it their aU.':. To put his desire Into
actionHector ..would, at times.
filay all positions during, a game
ust to ''show the incumbent of the'
position how it should be played'
Junie, as Hector its called by
his closest friends, will donate the
trophy which will be given to the
leading batter of the RBCOCSL at
the end of the, 1959 season. Hitting
was always Junie s forte, so the
board of the league asxea mat nc
donate this trophy symbolic of his
"Claim to fame
Robinson on the other hand has
always been the auiet. easy-go
ing individual, but the placid outer
appearance belies iiis burning de
sire to see his side win, all the
time. He is the fierce hut silent
competitor that makes him the win
ner that he is. "Berto" will give
the trophy for the pitcher with the
lowest earned-run average on the
season in the Rainbow City Open
Classification Softbal League.
Both will be in the United States
when the final tabulations are
made but the trophies will 1m
warded by someone they will name
before they leave for spring train
ing next month.
Mention should be made here
too, of the usual help given the
KHCity Softball league by Stan
ford (Blackshirt) Graham, who
once again will donate the trophy
for the "MVP" winner.
Opening day for the 1959 season
is Feb. 21 at 2:30 p.m. Opening
day plans are under the scrutiny
of the board for approval and pu
blication in a later story.
Tomorrow, the league will hold
its final meeting, in so far, as in
senption is concerned. All teams
are hereby reminded that signed
rosters and entrance fees are to
be before the Board tomorrow at
5 p.m. Any team failing to meet
this demand of the organizers, will
automatically be considered eli
minated from the. 1959 season

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CLINIC MASTER OF CEREMONIES Popular Ed (Porky) :
Oliver will be the master of ceremonies at tomorrow's golf
clinic at the Panama Golf Club. This annual pre-Panama"
Open feature Is scheduled to get under way at t:30 with; the ''h
visiting- pros and amateurs scheduled to demonstrateu IhoU

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Porky Oliver To Conduct

Golf Clinic
By TED WILBER 1
Ed (Porky) Ouyer '"will, f the;
master of ceremonies, for tomor
row's ; Panama Opea r.golf, clime
which is scheduled to begin at
30 p.m. The top visiting golf
pros vend -amateurs will give an
exhibition of how to play- the
game. r
Tickets may be obtaineq.t the
entrance to the Panama Golf
iub. -: T"'
When. he. won the $4,300 for first
place, in the Houston invitational
Open in 1958 with a score of 281,
Porky Oliver said, "This is -my
year." It was. Last year this most
popular of golfers came into the
money in 26th place m the, 1958
PGA ..money -winning list for PGA
Co-sponsored and Approved Tour Tournaments
naments Tournaments -with a total of over $13,-.
000.
ISfow -he's coming back to Pa
nama, where, his jaunty smue
and swinging Valk makes friends
with everyone. TWs time, as in
the 1958 Panama Open, he will be
sponsored by the Chiriqui Land,
Company. Porky tied if o r 7th"
place, in the $958 Panama Open
with Arnold Palmer, but he shot
softie pretty scores doing it. Por Porky?
ky? Porky? scored 70-65'72-72 for the four
days for a total of 279, but the
prettiest score was the 30-35 the
selond day-
Walking "by me in the Mache-
terosRooM'he I saJd "Ted, bet
you-' a' 'drlnK-I'lf shoot 66 or less
today .' And he did. He set a new
record for the first nine holes,
too, shootnng a birdie on every
hole except 4, which he bogeyed,
and 9, which he parred, for, a to total
tal total of 30.
The rotund, 220-pound Oliver,
from.Hespena. Cal.. has-a wem'
endpus tournament record. In his
first 18 years of professional play
(starting in 1940) he won $126,264,
toTtfank 15th, on the PGA's All All-Time
Time All-Time list of money-winners In
1958 he -dropped a bombshell by
winning his biggest prize of all
time. That was the Houston Open,
at fth age of 41. It was Ws first
win in a PGA co-sponsored tour
ney since the Kansas City Open
in 1953.
Galleries everywhere love the
5'SV1 shotmaker. One of the rea
sons is Ws unvarying gobd hum
or,. 'Well- remembered in; his re
mark, on No. 8 in his record-set
ting score of 30 on the 'out'- nine
at Panama last year. "What a
golf, course! Can't ever make a
pari Lke all tournament pros,
Porky considers winning a busi
ness, but he believes in having
fun, too.
Braves Appoint
John McHale New
GM-Vice President
MILWAUKEE (UPI)- The Mil
waukee Braves announced Sunday
thev have hired General Manag
er ;Jbhn McHale of the Detroit Ti
eers as new vice president and
central manager of the Braves
McHale replaces John Quinn
who left the Braves atter more
than 20 years service to take the
general manager's job with the
Philadelphia Phillies.
The Braves came to terms with
McHale at a meeting Sunday af
ternoon in Chicago. McHale met
with Braves owner Lou VPertni
and Braves executive-Vice Presi President
dent President Birdie Tebbetts.7. v
'We are happy to have such S
young man of capabilities Join the
Braver," Tebbetts said through
a Braves spokesman." :i.,
McHale will "fullfUl". his obli.
gations with Detroit before as assuming
suming assuming his new job in Milwau
kee, the Braves announced.";
McHale has been general man manager
ager manager of IWrnlti tli -wk thr
years t i:' .," Vj

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Tombrroir
vr-;;il'
His PGA record shows that he
has finished 2nd inf more than 20
big tourneys, including ittie PGA
Championship, ithe? iTSGA'f Opejl,
the Masters, the Canadian Opet Opet-and.
and. Opet-and. the Ariipol Tourney .in' Ausi! 5
tralia, He, woa the Westfrnf Open
-ijwi .w. ine piayea on
the V&.i Ryder Cup team ifi 194T
and in 1951. where 'he comneted
gainst Britain's best prosi '
ewe HArbert
WILL NOT PLAYyrff?t)PEN
Well-known golf ore C hit It
Harbert will net participate in
mis years f 10,000. Panama o-
pen.
j .. Amateur Sers
With the 1958 Ahfmlis'Vhi.
pionship 4n the.: PaMraa' MJben
wooing ,up- Jn',.a,'Sr,way-ttw be-
tween NevergaU, V Sandy Hfnkle,
and Anibal Galindo, local ijatna ijatna-teilrs;
teilrs; ijatna-teilrs; are' comparing Siome. of the
scores of the. past two Opens. The
local record shows: !V
1957 Winner
Billy Watts
Score;
2911
297
Galindo
Lewter,:' V
Connors i M.''
J. MactMtfrray
Gerrans j '-ii
G. Rileyv '. ;-
J. Smith ;i,.r ,-'-.';. .(
-. 8298
J43O0
- S04
-m
311 :
311
Sra
296
V; 296
"-tf. 299'
. 3021
305
15 Winner
Neveraallw
Sandy Hmkle
V
, Galiidflf 5
' DesLondes, 'Jr.
J. MacMurray
Corsale
LeBrun
Muller'
For the inform tW
fans. iqi Panama Cott'Club is an
18-hole course totalling 6,43Ji yds.
Oh the final twoaiW' Vi.':
tournament, back tte:e'
on several hples, which increases
ie, yardages shown helow. Par
for the .course remains Jit 72, how however.
ever. however. : Yardages are : ;
Hole
Yards
Par-
Jo,
72
1
2
3
4
'5:
6
7
8
9
, 405
330
.497.
162
565
', 370,.
345
164-
347
3,211
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
370
162
530
371
i382
325
200
485
390
3,215
1,218
4,431
Whatever
Happened to
II
.. BUODY HAS?ETT
Buddy Hassett, one-time fiitet
baseman for the Dodgers, Boston

Braves ana xaniceei, wound up a
seven year: -ma tor league tareer tareer-with
with tareer-with a;. .292 batting average. Has-;
sett came1 up with the Dodgers ;
in 1936 and made his rookie cam campaign
paign campaign the? best, of; the Seven.- H
hit 310..itf 156 games. Buddy hit'
.304 the next season and,' convert converted
ed converted to the outfield, did .293 ill 1938.
He then moved to Boston for three
seasons and reached the Yankees'
ar t regular in 1942 for that one

season.," ; r,, y ?.':
Whatever happened to Buddy
HassettT Now 47 he lives An Hillr
dale,, N,J.( and is an executive
with -a major truckinf, eoncem.



PAGI 8E
i --r-rni r- -iiti?i?i
9-2 Triumph Over BelM
ft:
4 -? ; v W .-
1
Atlantic Twi-Leacue ; Leader
Increases Marginlo 1 Game
IhOttow thf mown
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To the BIGGEST BARGAINS!
X
4 Standing!
Atlanta Twilight ftateball
while Bill BelTs left-banded slants
are due to go. against the only
team has been successful against
Teams-1
Powells .-this year--
Powell! x r i 800

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SimdaV'S clUMts -f'Y"?
PoweHs Bella J if1
Thorsaart earn v P-"- s
Alumni vs, Bella -; TV i
ly TRIVOIl IIMONt
"t sC,.f .fc
Phwftllk recovered ouicKly.
their Thursday night loss at. the
hands of thA, Alumni,. and fesumed
their winning habits wttt-M'to 2
victory over ,Bell.,The, win placed
Powells1 one (01 tM 'ned ,ol
the Cristobal Jfcgh; Tigers and
moved .Bells ;( down nto. a tie for
the cellar with CHS-Alumni.
Jim Haas went the route in his
first 1959 appearance as the. Po Powells,
wells, Powells, southpaw, coasted in to his
urn win na,55 eiietuveiy stauu
ed t hits and struck nut 1 Bell
batters. Jim JWann, went alj the
way lor tne losers to even nis sea season
son season record at 1 and 1. Mann was
belted to the tune of 8 hits, four
of which went for extra bases and
whiffed only three,
, LaureLHighley paced the Powells
attacK witn 2 for 2 and now leans
the- league with .500. Louis Dede Dede-auz
auz Dede-auz (2 for 4) contributed to m
and St. Cwtriea ffiMSwi
for the losers, each with a pair
of hits is our trips to the plate
Alumni-Bells Battle for 3rd place
v Thursday
Bells will battle to i come out of:
the cellar, though neither is' con conceded
ceded conceded much of a chance for coping
the; first .half of play which ends
on February 5th. Karpinski, A A-lumni
lumni A-lumni combination pitcher list
baseman, is expected to draw the
nod from manager Luke Palumbo,

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FIRST DAY 'OUT Doc)fOP William T. Bailey joses wllh the
two black iharllrf he caught m an hour of good fishing. This
wasln a hot 4retf'tiduf forty miles off shore southwest of the
Perlas IslArids; Trie strong north wind had set the boat out to
sea during the night'g.rn down, and put the CAIMAN right
over the fish. r
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The Caiman 11 Sets
New Mdrlin Record

The Caiman II eased into the
Balboa Yacht Club dock Saturday
with fourteen blue pennants fly flying
ing flying from her starboard -outrigger
line. This display revealed that
she and her crew had broken the
Caiman record, established Jas Jan
uary, by boating fourteen of Je
elusive and prized marliri.
Last year's effort had-produced
twelve marlin in eight days, which
exceeded -the previous: Wcord rf
eleven in twelve daysi-'The four fourteen
teen fourteen marlin this year were caught
1 .w am half davs.' This
fraction of time inliicalett .twitf
caused by the necessity fofjhe
rimn tt tn tow another, fishingj
boat, which wrt itsibWr.itd -pocari
Point..
The creW f -Xhe CaimaflP II con consisted
sisted consisted of Theodoro Schmidt, csp csp-tain;
tain; csp-tain; Johnny McConaghy, Mack
Myers; Doe Bill BaUey, Wood-e
Post and Taboga; -Ted Schmidt.
Doe Bailey And Woodie Post were
also members- of last year's record-breaking
crew. '.'('S '"
Most the fishing -was done in
the reef area -near Pinas Buy al almost
most almost 150 miles frem Balboa.
The number of marlin sighmd
as "well at-caught are positive
proof of ; the excellent blir : me
fishing to be ;found in Panama
Bay. There '"were 51 marlm that
raised to the bait and were sight
ed; the crew had 28 confirmed
marlin strikes; and 14 were boat
d. Two of those lost were durim
the tense and important moment?

CHS "' Alumni

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St. Cyr. 2b
Ford Sb
Gooding,' as
Henslev
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Worrell, cf
Nolan, C
Mann, J.,p
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PoWtlls
Swearmgen, 2b
Hall, lb

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Manning, If,
cf
Hooper, cf
Dockery, rf
Highley, 3b -Dunning,
rf. If
Angermuller, c
Haas, p
Score by Inning
CHS- Alumni
0000200-2 7 3
Powells
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9 3
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BOOK MOON TRIPS
lONDON (UPI) -Cook's, the in
ternational travel agency, formal formally
ly formally opened bookings for holiday
trios tor the moon yesterday. A
-Bpokesmail 'admittedv"there will
be no passenger services to tnis
destination for goodness knows
how many years." Nevertheless,
the company accepted two reser
vations for the first vacation trip
to the moon from stockbroker
Maurice Iindon, 56, and his wife.
Mary
right at the boat when the fish
must be maneuvered into position
by hand and gaffed in preparation
for boating.
The box score fort'4he trip was
as follows: -the first day produced
3 marlin; the second day tied the
daily 'production record with 1 to total
tal total of foui "fish 'ttn the third day
results taDared 'off with one mar
lin HfAltQiMstrlkeAlitowever 16
marli
MfYamHVMl this,Uate; things
picked up again on the fourth day
and' that night found three more
marlin on the" Caiman deck; the
next day enabled the crew to tie
the old Caiman record with one
more marlin; the fifth and sixth
days produced one marlin each
which' brought the total to fourteen
where it 'was interrupted by the
need for assistance to-the disabled
boat. ;
'The Individual
- -- winww auumiMiii-
ea 10 m caiman s total catch, but
were counted as-rfouows: Johnny
McConaghjK got lour ?WoOdis Post.
four; Doc Bailey; 1 three; Mack
Myersy; two; and Ted Schmidt,
ope. The-two'oUt' pro's came
through In normal style with'M(S
Conaghy gettini; : number 13 and
Schmidt landing : the important
The Results of, this trip reveal
that the Caiman -averaged a btt
more than two marlin a day and
established -a r-"rdthat won't
lasily be exceeded.

CAN THEY BE BEAT? Balboa's crack relay team in the 13 St 14 yr. old boys age group. This
foursome will be ihe favorite in both the medley relay and free style relay events at Gamboa,
March 1. (Left to right). Sammy Witkin. a real speedster with an eight-beat kick; William Arey,
a smooth and natural breaststroke: Jerry Mann, a good all around stroker, and Garth Feeney who
Will swim any: stroke Just so he can compete. You will enjoy just watching these kids swim as
a team. .. ittv

HOOFBEATS
By CONRADO SAftdEANT
Surl -inrkevt VPftt IUit)nded
over the weekend. Julio Rodriguer,
Arquimedes Alfaro and Emilio Da Da-rio
rio Da-rio topned the list With eight meets
each.
ftodritfuez was
was .set down for
crossing Behac
H nr 0 pin in Skt
HtpH fnr not ex
tending Mi Cautiva in Saturday's
second race Alfaro was punished
tnr rrowriino Pansal reDeatedly
with Mi Locura in Saturday's sixth
race.
Julio Jimanex Jr. got Jour rneets
for crowding Cool Cat II with
Lanoro at tho start of Saturday's
ninth ract.
iiamci i 1 1 1 1 1 j ... v,
Ann 1 A Uf.HnflnMa tm ttnt
jur iwu iiiixatuuiiB j
1U penally lur uoiug wwcv ki w jem
on VUiiuuLuciw.Mi' oattiwii
race and another $10 fine for send send-ing
ing send-ing Guadalcanal .Mm, toj the resetVfl
Ukn.n 4nf fit,ntt4.ttta tenth BAJ
- . ; !tH
r.niliopmn MIlnrH Pot a SS fine
for dropping his whip While riding
Cleron in Saturday's second race.
Julio Jimenez netted a $10 fine
for causing a delay of the start of
the eighth race because, of using
defective gear on Lanero,
Trirreme, Julie, Zia, Petronila
and Folletito each was set down
eight mets for their poor per performances
formances performances in their respective
rsces.
Canot, which once more refut refuted
ed refuted at tho start, was suspended
indefinitely and nl case turniil
ovr to tho Panimi" Gambling
Control Board for a dofmitv rul ruling.
ing. ruling. Dona Flora, Segador, Greco and
Informal were set down for two
weeks each after they were found
to be lame after their races.
Valdina Jeep1, which' suffered i
torn tendon,' hW'Iseetf ruled'-unflt
for racing, r -:!
idOO
President Remon racetrack ma
nager Pablo A. Thayer yesterday
morning was notified of the ruling
off of jockeys Pablo A. Ballen,
Frank Ramiret and Ariel Perez
at Colombia's TechO' racetrack.
This trio "was 'found '"guilty of
administering flOpe to Horses Tor
fraudulent ourttoses. In other
words, they kept in contact with
some Heavy gamblers while they
doped horses.1 "'
Their case was brought to Seht
when the horses Artillero won and
was found to be drugged," It Was
later proven 'that Artfllero's train-'
er, Jose A. SalSzaf, was free of
guilt.
Three other Colombian trainers
Esau Ulloa, Lisondro Cispedes
and Rafael Precfado who had been
under suspension because horses
they trained were found' to be
drugged were exonerated and
are free to resume training.
0O0
A woman corteessldnalre of one
of the two restaurants located on
the upper floor of the 'main grand
stand of the Tresident Remon
track was one, of three luckv ner
sons who collected to the tune of
M.401.60 per dueat off the Mouche-'.
xistuiari one-two Sunday.
Tho woman, called Euttacla,
was to ovoroyod at her good
fortune that tho Invited ovaryono
protont to eat and drink en tho
houte. She flave away verythinf
that was-tt III untold and cleted
thop for the day, 1
oOO't..
Speedy Argentine ractr. Blancor,
a son of. BfasOn-Starlfrie. may
compete in the'' forthcoming $7,-
500 added rrsnctsep: AriasTare AriasTare-des
des AriasTare-des Classic. If .he.; arrives for the
big race, BlancorVyroUld ) a d d
considerable ',wteret,Kto the six six-furlong
furlong six-furlong dash in which dependable,
Double Four, nagazza; and Perdu
lario are the early favorites.
Manuel Ycaza rode Ole Fools to
tn upset victory "iwet the clsssy
Tomv Lee Jasf Thursday In the
$20,000 San Vicente Stakes The
teven-f'ir'nng dash was run at
Santa AmUfc. fv

ATLANTIC LITTLI LIAGUR
(Standings Jan. 24-)
Teams
W L Gb
Mutual of Omaha
5 0
Elks
Legion
Piratet
'Coca Cola
Pouce fais
Ttn Pnlire Pals defeated the
Pirates 5 in 1 in a thrilling Ditch
er's duel on Thursday afternoon
which saw Kenny Karpinski throw
1 hit hall to best Tommy Hickey
who allowed only tbxpe bits.
The Pirates broke the ice in the
third inning when bases-.on balls
to Tortorki, Smith, Christophand
Thnmnsnn tnrcpd in the Pirates
only run. They threatened again
in the 6th when they loaaed tne
bases, but Karpinski settled down
to strike out the last two meo to
face him.
L Tho Pnlirn vera unable to score
tho fifth, when .with men
on second and third and one out,
Karpinskf topped a ball toward
the box. Tommy Hickey fielded
the hall and gllnDed as he threw
home., The ball went to the back
stop and two runs crossed tne
plate. tJrriola's ,6tb inning ground
ball to right was the Pirates on only
ly only hit, while Karpinski's double
was the only extra base blow oi
the day.
The box spore;
Police Palt
Ab R H E
Crump, ss
Mason, 3b
4
4
2
3
3
1
2
2
1
22
McNmee, C
Karpinski, p
Hakanson, R. 2b
Owen, If
Hotjko, cf
Garden, rf
Smith, lb
Totals
Pirates
Hickey, p
Christoph, e
Thompson, ss
Urriola, If
Wiberg, rf
Sanders, lb
Ebdon, 3b
Totforici, 2b
Smith, cf
Totals
3 0
1 1
At
Score by innings:
Police Pals 0 0 0 0.2 02 3 0
Pirates 0 0 1 0 0 0-1 1 2
, Friday afternoon saw another
fine game and this time it look
all the strength that the strong
Mutual team could muster to
down a fighting' Coca Cola Club 3
to 1.
Dougie Billison started for Mu Mutual
tual Mutual and did well until the fourth
when Coca Cola loaded the bases.
With two out, Luther Quinn came
in to put down the Bottler's ral rally.
ly. rally. Billison was Credited with the
win, while Ralph Bender took the
loss.
Terry Conley and Lother Qumn
hit triples While Terf y Tobin cod
lected a double. Except for
Quinn's triple. Bender did well in
stopping Mutual-'s big guns. He
struck out Billison, Quinn nr.d
Riefkohl twice each in Compiling
his nine strikeouts.
The box scorer
Coca Cola
Willlford, 2b
Tobin, ss
Bender, p
Hutchlngs, c
McLeod, 3b
Conley, cf
Griffon, H., If
Wainio, lb
Snyder, rf
Totals
Mutual of Omaha
Quinn, La., 2b
Evans, c
Billison, p, ss
Quinn, Lu., ss, p
Riefkohl, 3b
Highley, If
Seeley, cf
Bialkowski, lb
Bernstein, rf
Leon, rf
Totals

Ab R H E
3 0 1 0
3 0 1 1
3 0 0 0
2 0 0 1
110 0
3 0 10
3 0 0 0
3 0 3 0
2 0 0 0
23 13 2
2 110
3 0 0 0
3 110
3 0 11
3 0 0 0
2 10 0
3 0 10
1 0 1 Q
0 0 3 0
10 0 3
Jl J 5 J

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Score by innings:
Cocs COla 0 1 0 0 0-1 3
Mutual of Om. 10 0 11-3 5
The Elks and Pirates engaged
in a slug fest on Saturday morn morning,
ing, morning, and when the smoke had
cleared away the scoreboard read
Elks 13. Pirates 10. Taking credit
for the win was Nicky Brooks,
Who was relieved by Jack Sand Sanders
ers Sanders in the fourth. FOr the Pirates,
Larry Christoph started and lost
his first -pitching assignment.
Jimmy Ebdon took over in the
fourth and finished up for the Pir
ates.,,.,
The game saw the Pirates go
on a batting spree with two home
runs. Everardo Urriola hit his
second homer of the year and
Jimmy Ebdon had his first. E E-wald
wald E-wald Wiberg hit one a country
mile far out of the ball prk, but
was tagged out for not touching
the plate.
Pancho Motta, Jack Sanders'
and Mike Nunley each had three
hits in four trips to the plate in a
strictly "one for the hitters"
ball game. Bob Will and Mike
Nunley also hit doubles for the
only other extra base knocks of
the game.
The box score:
r3 ''
Elkt
Will, rf
Pabon, 3b
Sanders, Jo., ss
Brooks, N., p, 2b
Motta, c
Acheson, lb
Sanders, Ja., 2b,
Hdpktas, if
Manning, cf
Brooks, R., cf
Totals
AbRHI
5 2 2 0
37 13 16 1
Piratot
Sanders, lb
Christoph, p, c
Wiberg, rf
Hickey, ss
Thompson, c, 3b
Nunley, cf
Tottorici, 2b
Urriola,' rf
Ebdon, 3b, p
Totals
Score by innings:
Elks 10 18 1
Pirates 0 4 14 1
29 10 11
2-rl3 W 1
010 11 3
PACIFIC MINOR
BASEBALL LEAGUE
Pan Am Jett U Blue Star Milk 14
ihe following summary was
written exactly as the game was
played. After reading this article
I'm sure that many people will
agree with me when l say that
no one has more sportmanship
than these young boys between
the ages of 8 to 12.
Blue Star Milk came to bat and
was retired in order. Pan Am Jets
came up and scored two runs in
the first inning. The milkmen didn't
like this so they proceeded to tie
the score at 2-all.
The Flyboys, not to be outdone
tallied four more runs in the bot
tom of the second to lead 6 to 2.
The third inning brought 1 more
run for the milkmen thus leaving
them runs behind.
Coming up in the bottom of the
third, the Flyboys racked up 5 more
iruns giving them an 8 run lead.
The milkmen did not give up yet,,
they came to bat and tallied 4 runs
in the tori of the fourth thus trail trailing
ing trailing by 3 runs. The fourth inning
ended win he flyboys scoring 5
more runs.
At th s point the Flyboys were
leading by a healthy ten runs. Up
came the milkmen for their last
time at bat. When the dust had
cleared they had scored 7 runs due
to the powerful hitting by Cassibry
Fitzgerald, and Loyd. How9ver,
this was not enough to win the
game and the Pan Am Jets tasted
the r first victory.
After watching such s game as
this, I truly wonder that nappenJ
to us we grow older. These boys
never gave up, showing that they
had the true spirit of baseball.

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Clira and Rio Hato. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 2610.
laldwln's furnished" apartments
at Santa Blara Beach. Telaphona
Smith, Gamboa 302
PHILLIPS Oeeanside Cettagee
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Houses
FOR RENT: I beedrooms house
livim-dining room, k.tchen,
maid room. 2 bathroom com completely
pletely completely furnished, including
washing mathi ar El Csn-
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' 88, Tal. 3-6070.
OR RENT: A independent 4
mm houe In Pueblo Nuevo
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ruary, 3 bedroom chalet, hot wa wa-:
: wa-: ter, verything modern. Phone 3-
3578, Panama.
Army Seeks Bids
:or Dishwashers,
Athletic Gear
A variety of salvage and scrap
occ-sa- excess personal property
sbeing offered by the U.. Army
lartbbean Property Disposal Ol Ol-'
' Ol-' ice.
everal domestic electric ranges
: nd -sishwashing machines are in-
luded among the items. Other
ts cossisl of plumbing fixtures,
metfmatic tires, athletic equip equip-nen
nen equip-nen ; and miscellaneous office sup-
'a ed bids, which must be sub subletted
letted subletted in quadruplicate, should
i jent to the Property Disposal
)ffice, Building 06, Corozal. Pub-
lc opening of bids is to take
' dace at 9:30 a.m., Feb. 16, at
InlMins 7lfi
Arrangements to inspect the
natirial can be mad) by tele tele-toorling
toorling tele-toorling Coroza, A149,
i EMBASSY ROBBED
TOKYO (UPI) A burglar broke
atoi the Canadian Embassy here
ast night and stole 70,000 yen
$194.45), an embr.ssy official said
'esterday. The official said the
uirglar forced open a window and
ifled desk drawers in the office
i i Ambassador Will1 F. Bull and
: wo other -offices.

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vising supervising activities of sales organization each country.
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middle February to interview applicants. Please airmail
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Tel. 3-1293
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155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
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apartment, modern building,
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-7658.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, all convenience!, resi residential
dential residential section. Altamira 12, near
Institute- f aliamericane. Will Sell
adjoining lot.. Tel. 3-2508.
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apartment, residential section.
Phone 3-2671.
Bishop Voegeli
Of Haiti To Be
Convocation Guest
Bishop R. Heber Gooden an announced
nounced announced today that the Bishop
Charles Alfred Voegeli, Missiona
ry Bishop of Haiti with residence
in Port-au-Pirjilce, will arrive
Thursday afternoon on the Isth
mus to be "the guest speaker of
the Episcopal Church during con convocation
vocation convocation activities.
Bishop Voegeli, a former Dean
of St. Luke's Cathedral, will ad
dress the laymen's dinner to be
held in Bishop Morns Hall Fri
day night and will speak to the
convocation on Saturday morn morning.
ing. morning. On Sunday he' will bp the
special preacher at the Cathedral
of M. Luke at 11 a.m. and will
be the preacher on Sunday after
noon at a mass meeting to be held
in the Balboa Stadium.
The Bishop t. ill also give the
retreat addresse.;; at the annual
iretreat of the clergy to be held
at tanta Clara beach from Mon
day to Thursday.
During his stay on the Isthmus
Bishop Voegeli will be the house
gues: of Bishop and Mrs. Gooden.
He was Dean of the Cathedral of
St. Luke, from 1938 to 1943, when
he was consecrated Bishop of Hai Haiti.
ti. Haiti. The diocese of Haiti include
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LONDON (UPI) Radio Mos
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of a 44,000-ton iSoviet whaling ship
at the Pacific port of Nikolayev,
The broadcast said that the vessel,
the "Sovietsky&.tjkrama," will be
the flagship fliei Soviet whaling
fleet. "fb
Full day excursion
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FOR SALE: 957 Plymouth
convertible, push-burton trans transmission,
mission, transmission, power steering, power
brakes, radio, 16,000 miles. Bal Balboa
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FOR SALE: Splendjdwortu Splendjdwortu-nity.
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FOR SALE: 55 Mercury Mont Mont-clair
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39 Senators Would
Up Budget Funds
For Idled Areas r
WASHINGTOON, Jan. 27 (UPI)
A group of Senators proposed
today to spend seven times as
much as the administration re recommends
commends recommends for aid to depressed
areas.
The new challenge to President
Eisenhower's economy campaign
was posed by 39 benators a oi
them Democrats who co-sponsored
a bill calling for a 375 million
dollar program. The administra administration
tion administration has requested only 55 million
dollars next year to help areas
hard hit by TjBntptoyment.
The bloc ppeftted to be court courting
ing courting a presidential veto. Eisenhower
vetoed a similar measure last
August as too costly.
But Sen. Paul H. Douglas (U (U-Til
Til (U-Til denied the bill would be in
flationary. Dollars spent to pro
mote production by otnerwise iaie
or inefficiently employed resources
he ? id?f)ul4 in fact be 5 anti anti-inflationaiy;
inflationaiy; anti-inflationaiy; The Senate also spawned other
controversial legislation today
this time in the field of civil rights.
Eight southern Senators proposed
a constitutional amendment to re resolve
solve resolve the school integration crisis
by assuring states and their sub subdivisions
divisions subdivisions filll control itoer public,
education.
The measure, introduced by Sen.
Herman E. Talmage (D-Ga.) ap appeared
peared appeared to be the south's long-range
answer to all other 1959 civil rights
legislation. It followed last week's
"modest" civil rights bill of Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic leader Lyndon B. Johnson
(Tex.)
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nits u-nits and fire brigades yesterday
searched the debris of a cinema
which collapsed on a crowd of at
least 300 persons Saturday night.
Fire brigade officials said at least
24 persons 're killed and 20 oth others
ers others seriously injured.
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American Legion Baseball

Westinghouse made jt four
straight wins this Sunday, by. knock
ing off Orange Kist 6 to 2 in a
seven inning curfew game played
at the Balboa Stadium. They are
now two games up on 2nd place
Spur Cola, while Orange Kist and
Panama Insurance are tied for
third.
" In the firstv game of SuMlay'g
twin i hill, it Was Panama;, iflsttr iflsttr-ance
ance iflsttr-ance over Spur Cola 12 to in a
game that saw the Insurance men
collect 8 runs in the 4 innings
which featured a grand slam home
run by Egan. Ace hurler for Pan
Insurance Tom Bright collected his
first win and allowed but t hits
while striking out nine.
In addition to Egan's 4 run hom
er, Dick Scott, recently acquired
by Panama Insurance, connected
lor a triple and a single, driving
in three runs. Scott, who has plen
ty of power at the plate, will be
a bis asset in the R.B.I, deoart-
ment which is vitally needed to
make up for the teams lack, of
defensive power. :
Hakanson of Spur Cola account accounted
ed accounted for his team's only extra base
blow, with a round tripper in the
5th. Bowers who was charged with
the loss was relieved by Hakan Hakanson
son Hakanson in the 4th inning. Weir and
Belanger each got a for four times
at bat.
Most disappointed player da Sun Sundays
days Sundays game tetween PadaMa In
surance and Spur Cola was penpe
ry Dick McNafct, playing left field
for Panama Insurance. In the 7th
inning Dick clouted one that went
all the way out to the fence and
Dick came around to score his
first homer. However, such was
not to be.
The Spur Cola fams" raised a hue
andcry that McNatt, in travelling
tne bases, did not touch first. The
alert first baseman for Spur Cola
called for the ball and touched
first base, whereupon the umpire
called McNatt out. After the call
a real rhubarb was developing but
quickly died as players on both
teams went back to the business
of winning ball games.
Westinghouse in tallying Its 4th
win played a loose game all the
way and except for Amato allow allowing
ing allowing but 4 scattered hits, the tide
might have turned in favor of Or Orange
ange Orange Kist.
The Kistmen were in scoring po position
sition position in all but the first aad third
innings, but could only ring the
oell for 2 runs on one hit in the
2nd. Of the 6 runs scored by West Westinghouse,
inghouse, Westinghouse, all were unearned.
The box score:
January' 25 at Balboa, innings
1st game
Spur Cola
b r h o a
Damiari, is S 0 0 5
Will, cf
SO
2 0

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"ULUA" Feb. 14
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"COMAYAGUA" i.. Feb.
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"METAPAN" ...M Feb. 23
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Weekly sailings of twelve passenjer ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Pair adult rabbits,
excellent for breeding, two com compartment
partment compartment hutch. Telephone 1-
2785.
FOR SALE: 5 inch yacht com com-pass
pass com-pass in bran binnacle, luminous
card, $25.00. 4 inch liquid boat
compass in wooden box, $15.00.
Phone. Balboa 2847.
Dogs
Boxer puppies for tain AKC.
Phent 2-4258, 6 weeks eld.
Weir, t 4 12 6 0
Hakansan, 3b. ,n 4 1117
Syu-omberg, 2b, lb 3 2 0 5 2
Belangar, lb, 2b 4 12 4 0
Geddes, If, 3b 4 0 6 0 0
Bowers, p, f 2 0 0 1 1
Kunkel, rf 2 0 0 0 0
Price, rf (i) 0 0 0 0 0
Totals
SI S f 24 13
PANAMA INSURANCI
Rager, lb; cf
1
2
1
2
8 0
3 0
1 14
S 1
Pearson, 3b, lb
Bright, T., p
Scott 2b
Womble, es
Egan, c -1 1
Lord, rf
Collins, rf (xx)
McNatt, If
Kiamco, cf, 3b
Totals
1 2
2 12
0 0
0 0
2 2
1 0
1
3
0
0
0
0
34 12 12 27 19
x Price in for Kunkel In 8th
xjiCoIlins in far Lord in 5th
Score by Innings
spur cola ioi 220 ooo
Panama Ins. 200 801 010
Double Play i : each tem 1
Home runs: Panama Insurance
by Egan.
WISTINOHOUSI
M artin, M
Aliened
Caroll, If
Scott, lb
Price, c, rf
Rodgers, 3b
Camby,, rf ,
Morrl, c (T
Bradshaw 2b
Amato, p
Totals
ORANGE KIST
Ebereni, rf
Sullivan, rf (xk)
28 6 8 21 12
0 0
o e
Matheny, 2
Caldwell, If
Conrigan, ss
Berg, 3b
Hern, lb
Dombrowsky, cf
Stewart,
Mcuowin, p
Totals
24 I 1 11
x Morris went in catch 2nd to toning
ning toning and Price moved to rf.
xx Sullivan went in for Eberenz
in second.
Score bv Irmirvffs
WAotlnahnil.B 300 030
Orange Kist
020 000
PANAMA 2-2904

Real Estate

fOR SALIi Ltt 500 a4 1.000
matert, B th Nuava Hipodram
Urbanization, across th Ramon
Racetrack. All tots with atraat
fronts, tawaga, water main and
lactrkihCCall W. Mclamort.
Tol. 3-25C7.
FOR SALIi Ixeollont lot 900
Ma batwaan Ava. Fadarica Boyd
Now Balboa Boulevard
$25,000.00. (Phono 1-0351).
FOR SALE i Lot 1,066 square
motors lit the boat location of
La Crosta, situated betwaan "V"
Street and naw street. For infor information
mation information please cell Tl. 2-2170
from S a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 P.m. to S p.m.
FOR SALkWValleview" i El
Valle Concrete block homo with
tile floors, modern plumbing and
generating plant. Completely fur fur-n.shed.
n.shed. fur-n.shed. 5400 sq. motors with
fruit trees and a stream. Tele Telephone:
phone: Telephone: Roe. Bal. 4202. Off. B.I.
Boats & Moto
rs
FOR SALINewutbeerd beat
18 long for two motors. Built of
Butch Marin. Plywood. Call J.
FOR SALIs-14" Flborglewed
boat. Excellent condition 5181-B
Pi'blo Hts. Call after S p.m.

NY Police Search For Couple
Who Knifed Birdland Manager

NEW YORK. Jan 57 rTTPn
Police leriwnut RrnlT9.
Ish. jazz hangouts today for the
coupe tnai jouiea to death the
assistant managei of Birdland and
stoppedat checkroom, for
?thiri oolton ftf)?(wiy out.
The slain, man, Zachariah (Ir (Irving)
ving) (Irving) Levy, 36,-wlH be buried to today
day today st Pairaimui, N.J. Police were
working on the theqry that his
slaying was a case of vengeance
and mistaken identity by assail assailants
ants assailants who were "hopped up" on
narcotics.
Levy tangled with a hearvv-set
man in his early 40's arid a voune-
er pony-tailed, red-haired compa companion
nion companion near a service bar in the
lamous jazz joint at 52nd Street
and broadway arly yesterday
iiwruing.
While Urbia ,fllMeif, Kanrl wail.
ed ''iyVThrough With Love," a
six-inch knife,flahed bar glass glasses
es glasses Were brnlrlt. mmi r.roaml.
ed, and Levy srapwled on tte
noor, aeaa. a single thrust had
penetrated nea: his heart.
The suspect couple slipped
through the cfowd of bewUdered
ja buffs, pkkpd up tiieir coats
at fnei cheekmnm snH ram nn fha
Stairs to th nh arif mfthniit
v- w nttuvuv
IDUttine th rflat an Thmv ha1
aisappearea, apparently taking
me muraer weapon wttli tnem,
by the tim police arrived.
Mattress Loser
Can Retrieve Same
At Balboa Station
A brand new double-bed mat
tress, still in its factory wrappings,
awsns us owner at the Balboa
central police station.
A Canal Zone motorist watched
,the mattress suddenl yslided to
tne pavement from atop the ear
ahead of him.
The motorist told police he could
not stop the owner or record the
license number of the car, which
appeared headed for the Interior.
The owner of the mattress may
claim it upon proper identification.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILI
M.V. "CC2CO" . . Jan. 27
M.V. "SANTANDER,, .., Feb. I
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
. KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA. SPAIN
v.-v- AND FRANCE
'8.S. "REIM DEL MAE" (11.18S.2S Tons A.i7..,;:,Mar. 17
, (Air-conditioned) ' -f
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIBECT
M.V. POTOSr-i........t ...,...,.i.Jan. 2S
M.V. "FLAMENCO" ...Feb. 4
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND T
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS (
S.8. 'T-OCH AVON" Feb. 1
S.S. "DALERDYK" .. Feb. 12 )
TO UKCONTINENT :X'
S.S. "DINTELDYK" ., .Feb;-.-1
S.S. "BRITTANY" ...... y. :;... .Febl 9 F
LL SA1LING8 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE J
TELEPHONES: 's.
Cristobal t-llMl Panama S-12S7S Balboa t.U i

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONI BALBOA 1709
SPECIAL LIMITED OFFER to
the consumers of "Jabon Ame Americano".
ricano". Americano". For 25 wrappers of "if
bin Americano" you get the
authentic Egyptian English dream
, book "El Cemello". Interprets
your d roams ana! gives numbers,
also has the winning prises of the
last 20 years. Limited' amount
500 books. One book per person
only. In Colon Lee Ley house.
We will rocive shortly e lot of
Spanish books. Look for our ad.
Jaboneria El Pacifico, Pasadena,
1st. Street No. J, Tel. 1-1226.
Wanted Position
Energetic Young Man, European,
with Managerial, Sales, Account Accounting
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perience Experience seeks suitable Position
with established Company. Reply
to Advertiser, Bex 530 Colon,
R.P.
Lessons
Music professor, plane and selfee.
Call telephone J-5256 front 0
a.m. t 1 p.m
Authorities said thr wr 11A
clu i to the couple's identities', al-
UIlHMFn Tl VeV H1TTI LOT! AmninMsi.enrf
two customera said they hid teenl
mem leverii nmes m tne elub
before. .They; rierouplet'
der the Influence of narcotics.
roiice said the couple could
have been teekinf vengeance be because
cause because theV had hll tihimnrn u.-
of Birdland on previous occasions
mere nave Deen many fights re reported
ported reported on the premises.
Army Will Launch
Second Small Rocket
Moonward Feb. 28
OAPE CANAVERAL, ria., Jan.
2T (UPI) The Army plans to
fire lta second moon rocket Feb.
28 in another attempt to send
a 13-pound payload ekimmlng
past the moon like Russia's
Lunik, it was learned today.
But officials are concerned
over the Dossftollltv that s the
public wllli overlook sthe scien
tific importance, of; the spaed
probe and notlcr only that its
payload ia Just a fraction of
the size of the 8,245-pound
XjunK.
After the Air Force failed In
three tries last year to orbit
the moon, the Army tried last
month to blast a 13-pound pay pay-load
load pay-load past the lunar sphere and
on toward the sun. But bad aim
and Insufficient speed spoiled
the shot, and the little Pioneer
in probe stopped climbing at
66,000 miles.
Then came Lunik on Jan. 2
dwarfing Pioneer m and shoot
lne far past the Pioneer I alti
tude mark of 71,000 miles and
becoming a sun satellite.
Developed by the Jet propul propulsion
sion propulsion laboratories (JFL) at Pasa Pasadena.
dena. Pasadena. Calif., the sold-oated
payload of the second Army
rocket will nave the same three threefold
fold threefold mission as its short-lived
predecessor.

SERVICES

TELEVISION SERVICE,
We repair in your home i ''
we don't pretend tet guarantet
our work. We guarantee it
PHONE THB EXPERTS
CRAWFORD AGENCIES v
Tel. 2.1905
Ttvolt Avenue Na, 11-20.
ft TV SERVtCI
For hotter Home Service, Always
Rely en .
u.s. Television.
Phone 3-7607 Panama, Serrieg
frem 9:00 a.m. t '.10:00 p.m.
Protect your home and proper.
t against Insect d ss a
Prompt scientific treatment en
emorgency or monthly bndgat
beals. Telephone Pronto Service,
F"" 1-7977 or Colon 1T77.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Mali for general
housework and care of children
House 866 Merge Ave. Balboa.
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
NEW YORK. Jan. 2T OTI)
Stocks opened narrowly krefular
in lighter volume today.
Market men said the list waa
surprisingly steady in view of the
sharp decline ia price late yesterday.

ACFM j 49
Advocate Asbestos J.Wb
Alleghany Corp. 10"4
Aluminium Ltd, SOTa
Amer Cyanamii i 49V
Amer Motors 36
Amer Tel imd Tel B30Vk.
Anaeonda Coppel S7VI
Arkansas Fuu : S7V4
Aveo Mftf, 3 JlVi
Beth Steel : 12
Bettinger Corp Sb
Bicroft'Ufaniuiir STb
British Pet TSk
Burroughs
. Canadian Xaffe
Celanese 2T
Cerro de Pasco 4S.
Chicago Great Wert HP
Chrysler- 53 f
Cities Service K3V.
Coastal Caribss!" t 1
Creole Pet 80
Crown Cork and Seal 81
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont 210
1 Paso Natural Sas 3T4
Eversharp 21
x Fairchild Bngine 9Vb
Fargo Oil-1 7
Felmont Pet iVt
General Dynamics 61
General Electee 77
General Motors 49
General Mywood 19
Gulf Oil 12540
Harsco Steel 43.Vi.b
. Hayden Newport 14
Howe Sound ; 14
fJmperlaljQil 46b
'Int Pet 43b
Int Tel and Tel 61
LoriHard 85
, Martin Co. 84
New Eng Tel a Tet 163b
Northrop Air 85
OJin Mathiesorr- 45
Pancoastai . S
Fan Israel .
Pantepec Oil lb
Phillips Pet XD50
Pure Oil 45b
RCA 48
Reynolds Metal 73b
Royal Dutch SheB 48
San Jacinto SOVih
Shell Transp 21
Signal Oil and das 42
Sinclair Oil 66
Socony Mobile XD50
Sperry Rand 24
Standard Oil NJ 56
Sterling Precision 4
Studebaker-Packard 15
Superior Oil 2070
Texas Gulf Prods 32
Underwood 2394b
United Canso Oil 2
US Rubber 48
US Steel V 87
Universal Cyclops U 26b
Westinghouse Edea 4 71
, WheeUng Steel 17 :

Navy Seaplane
Crashes: During
Emergency Landing
icrvnirmJC. .Vs.. Jan,' 17 (TJPn
A twin engine, navy seaplane
crashed today while attempting
rn maVa an enienencv landins
on ofre engine,
The NavyvsaM, seven crewmen'
ware nicked uo. but that threa
others were nuislng and., feared
dead.' -.' .. .i.;-
The craft, 'a propeller driven
P5M attached to the Norfolk
NAS, had teen on a routine oper operational
ational operational patrol flight. The Navy
said the pilot attempted to land
at the Norfolk seadrome when the
Plane crashed,-;;
Craehboate attached to the sea seadrome
drome seadrome picked up the survivors.
Cause of the crash was not im im-mediately
mediately im-mediately dartamlaad.

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COLON

"None of these easy reducing plans for me! If I have
to lose weight to please my husband, he's going to
see me suffer!"

VALUABLE PAINTING

LONDON (UPI) A painting by
a German artist bought at a junk
aale for the price of a pint of beer
18 months ago is worth at least
1,000 pounds $2,800, the Sunday
newspaper The. People said Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The newspaper said the
painting, by 19th Century ;Gennan
artist Cornelius Krieghoff, was
saved from the scrapheap by Anne
Bartlett, 25, of Bideford, Devon.

BEARS TRIPLETS
ROME (UPI) Triplets were
born last ni?h to a 25-year-old
woman who two years ago gave
birth to qu Jruplets. Mrs. Velia
Bertolaccini and her three bab;es
were reported in excellen' condi condition.
tion. condition. The mother, wife of a 25-year-old
marHe worker, gave
birth to quadruplets tn 1956. Only
one, a girl, rurvived.

ATTENDS RALLYS
LONDON (UPI) Thousands of
Communist Chinese crowded doz dozens
ens dozens of big and small rallies ia
Peiping yesterday to shout anti anti-imperialist
imperialist anti-imperialist slogans and proclaim
support for the "peoples of Cuba
and the Congo," Peiping Radio
reported. The main rally, accord according
ing according to Peiping broadcast monitor
ed here, was attended by 10.000
persons at Peiping's indoor stadium.

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tRftle fn-tRftle rllf io you ran alp, work
and live In comfort. Don't tuffar
M4Uaaly. Oat HOMIND today.

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Today's TV Program

S O0 CTN NEWS
3: IS Dinah Short
3:30 Gat Sat. Go
4:00 Advantura Tomorrow
'4:30 Sharwood Affair
S:0fl Adventure at Scott Island
S:30 PANORAMA
7:00 Onla and Harriet

T:30 You Bet Your Lift
S 00 Kraft TV Thaatra
:fto People Are Funny
8:30 Armchair Tneatre
Bdmn of Mlmourl
11:00 crN NEWS
11:1.1 Enc: Caesar's Hour.

C.arUty f Aer.Tlas Panama Alrwaje
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1 69t 3-1 iff
OFFICE HOUR'S: from t a.m. tt p.m.

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MOSCOW, Jan
Intends to abolish a
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rnajor address which indicated wmmuniw P : K , ;
. rpnlaca military force on the world'. fronts. J v .,
" The 'communist system, Khrushchev told a cheerthg congress of the Commit
Party will "enable us to give up levying ta xes from the population in the near future.
1 At present a relatively low income ta x is collected to augment th. Soviet -government's
far more important revenue fro m socialist state enterprises. .
TmTh.!.dTr.rt taxes on wage earners' now contribute 7.8 percent of theat-pnal;

revenue.
ised the

nnin session of Communism's most powerful assembly.

The subject of Us speech was
tne staggering seven-year-plan
Which Khrushchev announced
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r abolition in
his State of
will bring the Soviet Union In Industrially
dustrially Industrially and agriculturally a a-breast
breast a-breast of the West bv 1965. -But
more significantly, 4
underlying theme was that-
the USSR's maturing econum
strength is enough to triumpft
r th caDitalist world
that neither hot war nor Cold
War are ineyitable any more.
He called for "a- end, to the
Cold War" a a maior aim of
the seven-year plan.
The immense scope or tne
plan higher industrial produc production,
tion, production, higher agricultural out output,
put, output, higher wages for all in indicated
dicated indicated the Soviet leadership is
banking heavily on uninterrupt uninterrupted
ed uninterrupted peace through 1965.
"With each passing year the
USSR is growing stronger,
Khrushchev proclaimed before
the Communist world's most
powerful assembly.
"The domestic and interna international
tional international position of the Soviet
Union has never been as stable.
We are a mighty bulwark of
peace.
"There is every reason to
state that the Socialist coun countries
tries countries stand at the head of all
progress." he said.
And Khrushchey gave the
1275 cheering delegates and as assembled
sembled assembled leaders ot world Com Communism
munism Communism this assignment forthe
seven wars ahead:
"The historic task of catch catching
ing catching up and surpassing the
leading capitalist countries in
per capita output must be
carried out. Make the most of
the time factor in socialism's
peaceful econoWl competi competition
tion competition wltn fjipltaUsm.
In his all-encompassing'State-
of the Soviet-Union message
Khrushchev spoke belligerent
ly but not bellicbsely
He put the accent on
"peaceful competion," and
his emphasis on a r is 1 n g
standard of living seemed to
indicate a .considerable de-

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"Th. Invincible camo Of SO-
cialism." Khrushchev ; said, has
everything necessary to brldl
the forces of aggression."
But he went on to derrtana
"consistent pursuance of a for
eign nolicv aimed at preserv
ing and consolidating interna
tional lvaee and security.
"It, is necessary to put an ena
t the now war ana $0 iessen
International tension." he said.
The staggering scope 01
Khrushchev's domestic econom'
ic plains gave consideraoie sup'
nnrt. to the thesis that neace
Is a major pianK in mis yasv
seven-year platform.
He said the Soviet people
have "reached such sum
mits" and made such progress
in economic, public ana pol political
itical political development that the
USRRR "now has the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of entering a new. im important
portant important period. . the period
of extensive building of Com-
munist society."
He referred there to the final
phase of Marxist-Leninism
the transition from socialism.
wavnoint along the road of re-
volction. to Communism itself.
He said "the principal tasks
of this period are to establish
the material and technical base
of Communism, to strengthen
futher the economic and de
fensive might of the USSR
and, at the same time, to prov
-lde for the fuller satisfaction
of the growing material and
spiritual requirements of the
people."
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Despite Vi rginia s Segr eg&Mi Tactics
WAsmNfiTON. Jan. 27 (UPI) The government announced today it will set up an inte

grated school next month for 500
Norfolk s Closed puoiic scnoois are
Arthur s riemmincr. secretary
th. administration is preparing

children of military personnel who live off of military bases.
Present law permits the government to provide schooling only for children who live on Fed Federal
eral Federal property when other public education is not available.

The Navy announcea lasi ween 11 wouia sees iunas irum riciunungs acjiaruncut iv jfiv
yide schooling for children living on the naval base unless closed Virginia schools reopened

shortly."
Flemming said the funds would
be forthcoming "immediately" so
thit Federal school facilities could
be ready on time for the start oi
the- new school term in February.
Norfolk public schools, as weu
as those in two other Virginia
communities, have been shut down
under the state's "massive resist
ance" to Supreme Court Desegre
gation nilings.
The Virginia supreme mun uu
hrpe.iiidBe Federal court re
cently struck down the laws de
signed to avoid segregation, uui
Virginia Gov. J. Lindsay Aimona
has called a special session oi uic
General Assembly tomorrow to
hear other plans for forestalling
integration.
Fltmming said of the four com communities
munities communities where schools are elos elos-d
d elos-d because of the desegregation
Issue, "Norfolk presents the most
acute problem to the govern government
ment government In terms of numbers of
hulahtc."'
Tho thr other communities to
which he referred are Little Rock,
Ark., and Charlottesviue, ana
Warren County, Va.
Meanwhile Florida Gov. Letioy
Collins, lashing out at those who
would do away with schools to
prevent integration, called tor pa patience
tience patience and understanding in solv solving
ing solving race problems in the South,
He said it was "tragic" that
certain groups in the state would
abolish public schools because of
emotionalism, timidity, crass in indifference
difference indifference or political advantage.
"Ignorance is the' greatest ene enemy
my enemy known to human progress,"
Collins told more than 600 persons
at a meeting sponsored by the
Daytona Beach Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. Collins said that If education
declines in an area, the people
suffer because of decreased in incomes
comes incomes and productive capacity.
He said he was convinced there
was a "middle-ground" where
Florida citizens can progress to toward
ward toward good will in race relations
and "the goals of equality which
Christianity and free men every?
where andf every race and creed
espouse."
"Patience and understanding
and, above all, constructive work
will bring the solution," he told
the joint civic club meeting.
When the governor took office,
Collins said he was told the best
way to get things done was to be
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of health, education and welfare, also told a news conference

legislation to permit the federal
skillful in arranging where the
credit would go."
I saw first-hand the President
of the United States and the gov governor
ernor governor of Arkansas fail to reach
an agreement to end the catas catastrophe
trophe catastrophe spectacle of troops pa patrolling
trolling patrolling schools In Little Rock
because they could not agree up upon
on upon words expressing an under understanding
standing understanding both men openly profes professed,"
sed," professed," Collins said.
He referred to a delegation of
Southern governors which Collins
led to the White House to try to
get troops to withdraw from Little
Rock.
"In our state," said Collins,
"some legislators are unabashed
about moving to aid their indivi individual
dual individual county interests even when,
in the process, admittedly they do
serious injury to the state inter interests."
ests." interests." He said the race issue would
never be resolved by "big voices
and little minds."
In Montgomery. Ala. a Federal
judge refused yesterday to jail an
Aalbama official whom he said
tried to give the impression of
defying the U.S. Civil Rights Com
mission.
District Judge Frank M. John
son Jr., said the defendant, for
mer Alabama Circuit Judge
George C. Wallace, used "devious
means" but that his actions did
not constitute defiance or dis
obedience.
He cleared .Wallace of the first
contempt of court charges brought
under the new civil rights legisla-
uon. ne saw mat aitnough ac
complished through subterfuge"
Wallace did, in fact, "comply with
the order of this court" to produce
voter records.
If th impression of defiance
created was for political pur
pose, Johnson said he did not
want to judge.
"If these devious means em
ployed by Wallace were for poli
tical purposes, then this court re
fuses to allow its authority and
dignity to be bent or swayed by
ducii puuucauy generated wmrt
winas," Johnson said.
Johnson, a former law .school
classmate of the Clayton,'' Ala.,
state judge who stood before him
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Norfolk, Va naval base unless
government to set up schools for
conceded that Wallace may have
been sincere in believing his me methods
thods methods were essential to proper dis
charge of his state court duties.
''This court feels its sufficient to
observe that if these devious means
were in good faith considered by
Wallace to be essential 10 tne pro
per exercise of his state judicial
functions, then this court will not
and should not comment upon
these methods.
Wallace had appeared to be de defying
fying defying the Federal court order to
turn over voter registration rec records
ords records of Barbour and Bullock
counties, Ala,; to the Civil Rights
Commission's agents,
Wallace had impounded the rec
ords on grounds of local election
complaints.
Navy Man's Counsel
Gels Acquittal
In W Charge
Thomas J. Kelly, a 21-yeair-old
U.S. Navy enlisted man ap appeared
peared appeared la Magistrate's court to today
day today on a charge of operating
his car without due regard for
JS .which ftesuitea m
traffic accident on Jan. 14 on
the GaiHard Highway.
But Kelly's appearance In
rnnrt riid not follow the rou
tine manner of traffic cases
He was represented by counsel
in the Derson of Capt. Luis V.
Castro. U.S. N.
It was alleged that Kelly was
following too closely behind an another
other another vehicle when the second
vehicle came to a stop, forcing
Kellv to apply his brakes sud
denly and swerve to avoid the
stooned vehicle, as a result Kei
lv's car- skidded more than 90-
feet and came to rest on its
side against lampost 97 just off
the roadway. v
Through testimony In court
Castro established that in view
of the long skid marks, as well
as the reaction time required
for a driver to apply brakes,
Kelly was on fact driving with'
in the speed limit and acted in
the only way possible to avoid
a more serious accident involv
ing the vehicle aheadj
Judge John E. Deming found
Kelly not guilty.
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HAVANA. Jan. '2T It'.fTJPIT i-
Mai. Pedro Moreinn r Valdei:' sec
ond "war criminal", to be -tried
here, was 'sentenced in death early
today after an all-night trial.
a rnraa-man revolutionary rri-,
bunal found Morefon guilty ef
assassination, theft, and ether
crimes despite the fact that
only a third ef the 55 witnesses
eallad aaaintt film w.r. akla'.tn
offer first-hand testimony about
his alleged crimas r to identify
him a their perpetrator. w"
The defendant, uroariner. "nrionn
blues, was seated between two
sinularly-ejad men of approxima approximately
tely approximately his height and build. Witness
aner witness failed in attempts to
pick out the prisoner, v
The defense argued li that
there may have, been confusion
between the accused and two other
Pedro Morejons in the army s-one
major, me mer- ayteutenant S
The defendant Hirl nnt aluravl
use the 'Valdeighla mntW
family name whlih rilctinmiishsi
him from the other Morejons.
ina crime most ofran mtntioned
in the testimony against Morejoir
was the killing of 13 farmhands,
ona of them six-year-old boy.
provided for the spectators when
Reina Cespedes, a girl froiri Oriea Oriea-te
te Oriea-te province brought here to testify
a g a msi Morejon, identified
spectator as having ho f
his men.
Miss Cesnede .tSmd$iur&
Perez, noassigneJNthejudee;
tvtv(i bi Ut V VUC
revoiunonary army, bashed her
Drotner s hrain nnf nrith
fifror Irnnlrin, V.t J-
..w&.ug 111111 UUWu,
rerez was promptly jailed pend
ing investigation of her charges.
-uoan army t new chiaf of
staff vowed during thejtrlal. thaf
h. wouldllshimseJfii)rdtJWo
reion am under wi .gu.mX"f!'.JK.
reoei tiring squad.
The spectacular show triaf at
mosphere of last week appeared
over. Mnreinn Valrias
trial in the- superior war tribunal
Duiiamg at camp Liberty, former formerly
ly formerly Camp Columbia, bri. charges of
participating in thrm'ngMoo
farm workers' In Oriehte province.
Fidel Castro previously cancel cancelled
led cancelled radio and TV hrnariict
trial of Morejon.
The trial, of MaJ. Jesus osi
Blanco before 30,000 ; hooting iplc-
iiur8 in me sports Fftiaeev had
been broadcast, ;
Castro -v4io. enj Ij Venwueia
to participate in the f&sf anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the overthrow of Venezue Venezuelan
lan Venezuelan dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez,
said Sunday night that the verdict
was just and Sosa Blanco mdst
die.
Moreon, who N shared powers
with Sosa Blanco in Oriante, was
turned oyar to the revolutionary..
-r 7 in gwn rroopi Tor U.
tice when Castrb captureef the
Batista garrison at Bayamo.
He is rated by the revolutionists
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The, other; two ar Sosa BltMf!
who waa convicted iri nut
to death forthe first Havan revc-
muonary mai last Friday, and Lt
Col. Ricardo Luis Grv who will I
be tried next,
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Ofrelgners' Kids -j
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A ? hill a'lriendliur an article:
of the constitution of Panama
with recrarrt tn Mt.HtmnMrt vmm'
approved last night by th Na-a
tional -Assembly :S;- - I
ixnt' mendmentjntroducel
bv Colrm AMerrthlvmnm .tns n
Bazan,; deletes fcthftH provision"
wmciii mads it obligatory for
children 5 born o foreign par
ents tp prov that they art
"spiritually; and materially ln-
corporaiea into natianal life."
Howevef. lt must be re-lntrn-,
duced and approved by the'
1960 legislature before it it goes;
into efi ecbijri
TMetoendhtent provides that?
chUoert of fpreien parents arr
rautuuaamit CltlZenS-DUt Will
automatically lnu tvitn nut..
ship if they .do -not notify the
cAcvuwve wKan in wminjrwith-
ftw of 2lKthat Jthey; irrevocably
rertouncany other nationality
tiiey may havi-hiMl tm tct that
time. ;,
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some oppositon ria newspapers
but waa overwhelmingly an-5SyB2Sf,-tl
Assembly yester-
arguments "by Bazan. Juan Ra Raman
man Raman Vallarino Alfonso aL
combe, Fernando Bradley. Vic Victor
tor Victor Navas. victor Bustamantr
and Harmodid ArosemenaT
No Trace Found 1
Of Pifdt Missing
tn Cessna 182 .'
Rescue HUritM t today
thattno trace has been .found of a
single-engined Cessfift 1st In whjc
Joseph Antheny ;Sumdn6vich;' sn
American, age 38, Jeft. Saff Jose,
Costa Rica, onv three nour flight ;
tp Tocumen last, Wednesday.
On Friday a checjc of the Piclfle
Coast was made, and on Saturday
a C-47 checked: along the Atlantie
Coast and, on to San Jose.
The Federal Aviation Agency Is
presently making a communica
tiohs check -in South America to
learn whether Sumonovich.cculd
have overflbwn' Inamki
The aircraft Is painted yellow
and brown and carries American
registration N-50960.1
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