The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Three Prisoners Escape

From Gamboa Road Gang

Three prlsnni from Gmbo Penttentan sctpeA today

while working on the prison road g&ng les than nan mile
north of Madden Wye, ...
.u This, brings to six the total number f crfaninals who have
MimiMl frnm rHanal Zone detention institutions during the past

week; Three men with police records who fled at Comal Mental
Hospital last Saturday are still at large. V
. The escaped Gamboa prisoners all were wearing the regula regulation
tion regulation prison garb of heavy high-top shoes, blue denim trousers,
ahort-sleeved. V-neck 'coarse white cotton shirts with left-hand

pockets and with a four-digit
topr ef the pocket, and white,
Oddly enpugn, an unree vi
though none are related.
Qulnthv Gonzalet (alias VlrgiHo
Vuelvss), 83,-Panamanian, ft. 7
in., 158 Jba; dark skin euriy black
ErWa ttoniales, 84, San Bias
Tndhmt f ft I ttu l IDS., siraigm

, HacH airs and Ismael Gonzalen AH Canal Zone police a tatlops were
C r-r,?maaiaa," ft. to ISO Jlmm")iately, alertediv-as wett is

vhhu. u-'ix atraisht black hah

tohitui Gonzales has been' erv erv-m
m erv-m mf 13 mars en seven
eounta of burglary. He was admit-;
ted at uamnoa u aivu
. vairfm rtnnT.alnz hat been serv
ing 4 1J -years on two counts -of
burBiary ana ior pronauou
tionT m been servini ttie
sentence shice November 19?5. JHe
was als oentenced to a addi-
Sonal 60-day Mflcaping on Sept
i, 1856.-
The thM Uonzalw,, Ismael, was
serving Ihroa-yeara after convic
Vigorcnj Protest
Scniilolloscow
On Convoy Search
WASHHWTOSft Tb. 4 CUPD-
president Eisenhower, at his news
conference today announced tne
United State hasioageo.
witorf the Soviet for
mi art .ffiM'.e:aJnst the blocking
of :. a-U.S. mUitary oonvoy
T-Tho President said Soviet
action to. demanding Hie right to
search the small American con
voy at an Kast uerman cubw
mint violation of an im
plied agreement among the four
litiui immn jM(uovine Berlin.
, H aid,me ir four control of
Berlin cameo wiw n mo ckjbit
tuiderstanding.that eiach wwer
eiMild vsrnmlv Its forces in Berlin
without mtetfereace of 'Inspection
of these supply movements! Dy
i .'.of til f!ini nAwers.
Eisenhower. iaid the VJ. pro
test was te be delivered this
morning to Moscow butt he was
not suro'whethe the delivery
had take Place 08 schedule.
Eisenhower devoted much of
this newt eonference to lengthy
answers to question on Soviet
claims and7 nelicy, statements. :
He said he tould see r nothing;
in Soviet Freroier jnuu itnrusfr
ohv4s Bolicv speech to the Com
munist PartyCongress last
week which might offer a -; new
avenue of hope for the free na
tions in resolving the cold war
conflict, t jf f.
ance
Living Costs
NEW IrORX1 UPI V-Steel wage

Increases have far outrsced the
rising cost ef living since 1940,
the American bos and Stel Insti Insti-.Jute
.Jute Insti-.Jute .said todays -fw-t.-'- -M. -The
Institute, laid while the con consumer
sumer consumer price nder doubled be-
tween' 1940 and-the third quarter
' if 1958, average hourly earnings
or jSteelworker rose 84 times
nd 1 employment costs per hour
uadrapkHMn the steel industry.
It noted that the consumer price
Index was 123.7 in the third quar
: tor last year ain8t;59. in 1940,
. while average hourly, steel wages
i .:, -were $a.96 in the third quarter of
. 1958, compared so S4 cenU durine

1940.,

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prison number stencilled at the
soft brimmed round fatigue hats.
mm mm wo siamea uomaiei
tlon of burglary", probation vtola
tion and returning to the Canal
Zone after deportation. He was al
so sentenced to an additional 35
days for aa escape during October
The sscape oeetirred at 8:10 a.m.
Pjiniarjleporlcd
Planning To Give
Vofe To Yomcnr
Rainier,, new Prime .Minister'
was reported to be planning to
give the vote to women in a move
believed to have been suggested
by Princess grace, the former
American actress. Grace Kelly.
Emile Pelletier. recently interi
or minister of France, w said
to believe the move would give
the prince a greater show of pop popular
ular popular support in his spat with the
33 members of the legislature
which he fired last week- for re
fusing to approve hi budget.
Pelletier lunched with the
Prince Mondaynin his first offic official
ial official contact since he arrived from
Fans Sunday. Later he got down
to nis new admimstnative lob.
The 35-year-old Rainier has
been reported in favor of amend
ing the constitutional revision
that makes his 370-acre (principal-
liy one ox me u counures in the
world in which women are de denied
nied denied the vote.
The members of the legislature
had opposed such a move.
. Bight now the constitution is not
in effect anyhow because Rainier
suspended it when he disbanded
the two chambers of the legisla legislature
ture legislature lastn Thursday,
There was talk ra the tafes
and political circles that the anti
monarchists among the ousted
legislators would plaster the city
withia the next 24 hour protest'
inff Sainier's "coun d'etat.
Some of mem were rewrted to
have met secretly somewhere on
the French Riviera Saturday
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US Roadway Deaths
At Alltime Low
CHICAGO (UPI) Traffic ac
cidents killed at least 37,000
Amencaos in 1958, but the na nation's
tion's nation's roadway death rate drotroed
1 to an all-time low of 5.6 fatalities
The National Safety Council, in
summing up -he best and the
worst of IVmi naHoti'i tnaffie twv

1 Cs

jjord yesterday, also reported tiie

population r aeath rate from au
types of accidents hit a new low
of 52.5 persons killed' per 100,000
peronsi' ..v :,'. .a .a-'
' .a-' Although motor vehicle acci accidents
dents accidents i were -i. tho biggest killer,
home accidents raa second, tak tak-mgv
mgv tak-mgv 27,000 lives Vjo.t'-:v." r
The. overall ..accident toll for
1958 was 81,000 dead. 9,100,000 in injured
jured injured and a financial loss of just
unaer a miiion aouarg, the coun council
cil council 'said, i- t'i ;t n-
The highway death 4 rate was
down 4 per xient irom 1957,1 the
Srevious-A all : time low of six
eaths1 per 100 million miles, t
In separate accident categories,
only burns and firearms caused
an Increased number of deaths
' percentagewise . tAi.

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Gouncilm en's Libel Suits
Follow. City-Funds Probe

Two Panama 'City Councilmen
yesterday filed libel charges be before
fore before Mayor Alberto vAleman a-
gainst the morning tabloid Critics
for mentioning them in connection
with the current investigation of
the spending of city-funds.
councumen tiernanao juaroz ana
Mario Velasquez hayo been men
tioned among those who are to be
questioned by Disw Attyv uerarao
A. de Leon. .'.tf'':;i:
Yesterday. De Leon summoned
the threer auditors of the Comptrol-
ler General's office whose report
on an audit of municipal books
prompted Attorney General Her:.
moeenes de la Kosa to oraer an
investigation. . v ..
A summarized auditors . report
lists several apparent discrepan
cies which include: t s
L Salaries to employes who ren
der no service to the municipality
and paychecks .for- non-existent
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J2. TK Ymnmaso-tv tomecessary
equipment, V without bids Ind ia
excessive jimountsf V
S. Excessr expenditure Irrn
drinks and DarQes:
4. Check made out to compa-4
nies which have' not sold anything
te the municiDality. The compa
nies are1 asked to endorse the
checks oh the ground that it was
made out to them by mistake:
5. Checks deposited in the bank
accounts of several councumen,.
and?
6. Faymeni ror umuinuea con
tracts, unusea; material wn
oannnt. th wrorhieed.
The full auditors' report Is said
to contain proof of the discrepan
cies and the names of the persons
involved.
Crime Doesn't Pay
As 9 Burglars Get
16 Years In Pen
Crime doesn't pay was the
dominant motif in U. S. District
Court, Ancon, yesterday as Judge
fmthrie F. Crowe sentenced nine
burelars to a total of nearly 16
vears in the Gamboa Penitentiary.
Six of those sentenced nave
nrAvioua noiice records ana sev
eral had Deen on pronation wnen
committing new offenses, au are
Panamanians.
Juan Antonio Macias was. sent sentenced
enced sentenced to 18-months on one coimt
of burglary! on a second burgla
ry count a two year sentence was
susnended. witn s-years prooauon.
-Eloy Alcides Chavez was sent
enced .to two years for burglary
and for violation oi prooauon.
Victor Castro was sentenced to
two years for subsequent petty
larceny, sentence suspended and
five years probation.
Jose Manuel Montalban received
an 18-month sentence for burgla
ry.
Cornelio samaniego was sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to two years for violation' of his
probation beginning November 19 19-56
56 19-56 and for three counts of subse.
quent petty larceny; ne aiso re
ceived a two-year suspended sent
ence with five years probation for
returnin to the Canal Zone after
ueponauon.- v ..
Efrain Mario Arosemena and
George Howell were- both trente c-
ed to six months for burglary.
Elderly Panamanian
Collapses On ferry
''J
Marco A. Sanchez, 57, Pana
manian, taken to Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital about 1:30 p.m. : yesterday
after suffering what' appeared to
bo a heart attack on the ; oast
ramp of Thatcher ferry. f
. first am .at tne lerry was ad administered
ministered administered by 'members of the
Balboa fire station by means of
an inhalator which was brought
to the scene in- fire engine No.' S.
An ambulance arrived shortly
afterwards from Gorgas- Hospital
with Dr. K. W. HJortsuang. San San-chei
chei San-chei was admitted to Gorgas

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ISMAEt CONZALIZ
' The D.A. has also ordered the
auditors to produce the, full report
Meanwhile, a communique is issued
sued issued by the Council yesterday
that it did not fear an investiga
tion and described the summarized
report which has been made pub
lic, as an infamous plot to discred
it certain members oi tne council
who are believed to be in political
disfavor.
(Zone Policeman
Slint With MPs
rvmaal ef the many civilian
employes in the Canal Zone who
ar mamhera of the S. Army
Reserve teeir spare fim4t;:'- is
a? member of w tanaj jtans
Hce, Department.
On several nights a, mondk, h
dona Armv uniform and takes
kip with the 549th .Military' Police
Company, Fort guucr, wnere ne
left off in 1954, when he became
a member of the reserves and a
member of the local police force.
McBride served with the- 1st
Coast Artillery at Fort Sherman
from 1936 to 1938 and later witn
the 7th Reconnaissance Squadron
at France Field, From 1944 to
1948 ho served in the Pacific
theater of,, operations. He was
with the 549th Military Police
Company: and the 50th Military
Police, Criminal Investigations De
tachment, from 1950 to 1954.
Gammg a commission as a
first lieutenant in the U. S. Army
Reserve in November 1949, Mc McBride
Bride McBride has "since been promoted
to his present, rank. t.
He and his wife, Marjbrie, live
at Margarita. He is a member of
the BPOE Lodge 1542, Cristobal
and the American Post No. 8,
Gatmw.
Search Is Resumed
For Cessna Lost
Last Fall With 5
The search for the Cessna-180
airplane which disappeared
more than three months ago on
a 1rVif frnm Panama filtv. to
c. v ... tr
San Bias has been resumed by
an expedition party neadea; Dy
Harry Meteger or bi vaiie, re respected
spected respected a an able. Jungle Ox Ox-ninrer
ninrer Ox-ninrer in this area. -'
Tha i; private expedition is
belrur 1 financed by relative : of
the ulane's four passengers
Mrs. Oraciela de la Guardia de
Lopez, her daughter Myra, 13;
Loris Castro. 13, and Blanca Ce
cilia Hernandez 12, all of pro
minent Panama iamuies. a
spokesman for the Lopez family
emphasized that the resump
tion of the search is not based
on any new reports, but that
the family -wants to be certain
that the area in which the
plane: disappeared has been
thoroughly covered.
Metzger'a search party is
composed of ten hand-picked
mountain dwellers from the El
Valle area. No report is expect
ed from the searcners for sev
eral days, after which flocal
planes will contact them : by
pre-arranged signals.
Th OpKsnn. ntlntarf hv T.iila
Felipe Morales, was bound for
Porvenir Island when it disap disappeared
peared disappeared Oct., 81.'- An .intensive
ground, sea and air search tne
most exhaustive;, ever conduct conducted
ed conducted on the Isthmus, was per
formed by cooperative efforts
of the u.8. Army, Navy and. Air
Force and the Panama National
Guard. :.lvlW,.;fv;).'i
Numerous reports were receiv received,
ed, received, but all efforts to trace the
craft or its' passengers have
proved frultlesa, . j, ;

Afore Men To Be Taken On
For West Bank Bridge Job

Sixty men are now employed on th contract nrnwt fnr

building the West Bank approaches for the Balboa Bridge; and
contractor L. R. Sommer plans to add additional workers as the
job progresses. Construction men are now working on a two-

abut basis.
These facts were learned
the first construction lob for
moving on schedule.
It is duo for completion 150
days from mid-December, when
Sommer won the award with a
bid under that of several other
contractors.
m i
Sommer himself, asked a a-bout
bout a-bout talk that the. work was
behind schedule, said: "I'm
not hurting."
He added that the job is
till too young for great prog progress
ress progress to have been made.
The time-limit for the earth earth-moving
moving earth-moving and compaction iob
calls for completion in mid-
May.
The job was officially inau inaugurated
gurated inaugurated Dec. 30 at ceremonies
in which President Ernesto de
la Guardia, Jr., participated.
An average of 1800 cubic yards
of material is being moved daily
by the contractor for the con construction
struction construction of the west approach
of the bridge; over the Canal
according to an announcement
today at Balboa Heights.
Since initiating- the1' big job
in which most of Faff an Hill
r(.usn ume tew
Bcfcrc Week's End
NEW". YORK (UPI) About
8,000 Pan Amencan world air
ways employes are expected to
complete, by the end of this week
a voto on whether to' empower
union oftidais. to--call a strike,, a
union spokesman said today.
The company notified the Na
tional Mediation Board Monday it
was willing to arbitrate the con
tract dispute. The air transport
division of the Transport workers
Union previously rejected arbitra
turn out a spokesman said union
leaders were reviewing the situa
tion.
The vote, technically on wheth
er to accept the recommendations
of union negotiators to turn down
tne latest company oner, would
not set any deadline for a strike
by maintenance workers, port
stewards and mgnt service per
sonnel, including employes at the
Cape- Canaveral, Fla., missile
range.
Contracts covering the workers
expired Dec. 1 and negotiations
were broken off last month. Pan
American said its latest offer
was for a 25-cent-an-hour package
increase spread over two years.
The union said major stumbling
blocks were side issues, such as
hours and working conditions, ra
ther than wages. At present, the
workers earn $1.95 to $2.95 an
hour for a 40-hour week.
Rotarians Meet
Tomorrow To Elect
New Club Officers
Members of the Panama Rota-
ry Club this week will hold their
Annual Meeting for the election of
new Club officers tomorrow.
Pres. John Mayles has urged
that every Rotarian be present for
the luncheon session at 12:30 p.m.
in the Bella Vista Room of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton Hotel.
During the counting of ballots in
the election of the club's 1959-1960
officers, a special program on "Ro
tarian Harry Willis.
PC Caretaker Bill
On Gift Building
Goes To Ministry
Mayor Alberto Aleman has for
warded a bill of $3,033. from the
Panama Canal Co. for caretaker
services at the old Pacific Service
Center to the Ministry of Govern
ment and justice; v.
The building was sold to Pan Panama
ama Panama by the Canal Zone govern government
ment government for the symbolic sum of $1
The bill 1st for the expenses in-
vlved in caring for the building
for some months after it was of officially
ficially officially turned over to Panama
authorities and up to the time It
was demolished snd moved piece
meal into ranama.

todav in reannnai. In riimnra that

the S23400.ooo hridn mu nnt
just west of Thatcher Ferry will
disappear, the contractor has
completed approximately 70 per
cent of the necessary clearing
ana gruooing.
It was reported today at the
Engineering and Construction
Bureau offices that the ex excavation
cavation excavation and fill is now about
ten percent completed.
Equipment now in use on the
approach fill includes six earrv
alls and scrapers, six bulldozers,
a motor grader, two rooters, and
sheepfoot rollers for compaction
UI I1US.
New Cuban Regime
To Investigate
Labor Complaints
HAVANA, Feb. 4 CUPI) The
revolutionary government entered
its first labor squabble today to
end a two-day-old hunger and sit sit-down
down sit-down strike by 200 electrical
workers outside the Presidential
Palace:
President Manuel JvUrrutia''
Seed to-investigate eomplaint by
A.strer'!hatr .fhw.noTi'iid
'othera werajfu-ed' Illegally by the
American-owned uiimb Electric
Company; He acted when six of
w suiMurs coiiapsea aner w
hours without foodand were hos-
pnanzea..t y .-
if; -if'
UrrutiaVdeclsion coincided with
reports of X new shooting inci incident
dent incident in Santiago in Oriente Pro Province
vince Province where three persons were
killed and 80 wounded by a gre grenade
nade grenade "dropped" by a pro-Batista
non-commissioned army officer
last weekend.
However,, rebel Capt Senen
Casas, who is second in com command
mand command at' Mondaca Barracks', at
Santiago, said last night's wild
outburst of shooting resulted
from a "confusion of identities'
Between
groups.
rival rebel military
He told Santiago's gun-shy res
ldents, "You can go to sleep
wnnoui worry." casas said no one
was injured in the shooting and
that the situation was normal.
Ho Early End Seen
For NY Tug Strike;
Ancon's Plans Firm
NEW YORK, Feb. 4 (UPl)
Early settlement of the tug .boat
strike that has crippled harbor
trafiic appeared dim today; be because
cause because of a deadlock in eoofract
neffotlattnns. ' 1
(It is presumed by Panama
Le authorities that the liner
Ancon, di-e to sail from New
York Friday, will lave ne
trouble In clearing without
the aid ef tugs.)
Bargaining broke off yester
day when National Maritime
Union investigators walked out
of a joint mediation sesslor
charging that management rep
resentatives had attempted to
dictate to the union.
Approximately 4000 harbor
workers tied up their tugs and
barges last Saturday at mid
night In support of demands
ior a si-an-nour wage increase.
The Maritime Towing and
Transportation Employers Asso
ciation had offered a 21-cent-
an-hour wage increase spread
over two years.
The idling of some 450 craft
meant that ships must move in
and out of the harbor without
aid of tugs. Yesterday the su su-perllner
perllner su-perllner United States with 1080
passengers was delayed for two
hours so .the ship could man
euver, away from the oler at
slack, tide.
The strike also threatened to
cut off oil deliveries to Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan Island but the city set up
emergency delivery by trucK.
. Federal mediator Thdmas G.
Dougherty said It probably
would take several days to stet
the disputants back together
for a new mediation attempt.

Skilled Workers
Will Be Hired ;
At $1 Minimum
A peak figure of slightly over 200 local-hire em em-ployes
ployes em-ployes is expected to work on the two-year, $7 million
job of widening the Gaillard Cut.
All but about 30 of them will be classified as to
led workers for operatina heavv earth and rort mM;M

equipment. The Ne York

-v-, ,w wn..n-is expecrca ro De awarded the ton ton-Sfii5L
Sfii5L ton-Sfii5L y n the basis of it$ appoint low bid of $7,.
r5ii j pe t0 train local employes if sufficient
skilled operators are not available on the Isthmus.
a. .Tfe an hour Federal minimum wage applies to
the job, under the terms of the contract.
Already local construction workers have been ap approaching
proaching approaching Mer rit-Chapmon and Scott representatives
here, looking for work.
formal signing of the contract is expected to take
wl start within 60 days of the signing, Merrit-Chapl
man vice president G G. Werner, Jr., said before flying
to NewYork, last night. 9
The Cut-widening contract will call for the contrac-
oLImJaTK?? f anfl! I dredging, which will be
fi! 9"w Panama Canal Dredaina

: ju"a' "urwyine no no?
number of add ttionnt ;nhi
dredging work.
Werner is vice president of the
heavy rock-movine and road
building division of the giant con construction
struction construction firm whose low bid for
the widening job Monday toDoed
eighteen bidding contractors from
tne united states and Panama. He
was here for the opening of the
bids by Canal Company officials,
and was accompanied bv one of
his top engineering staff aids, Mi Michael
chael Michael Esielones.
In the event his firm does the
work, Esielones is tentatively
slated to head the Cut-widening
project.
"It is our hops that no more
than 20 or 30 of the total work
force ef about 250 will have to be
drawn from skilled U.S. or Eu European
ropean European operators," Werner said.
The Merritt-Chapman o f f i c ial
stated that in fulfilling overseas
contracts it has long been the
firm's policy to fill the maximum
number of jobs from locally avail
able labor sources. In the event
a contract is signed with the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company the same
policy would apply here.
The Cut-widening job at the Pa Pa-raiso
raiso Pa-raiso and Cucaracha Reaches will
involve the removal of 5,400,t)00
cubic yards of material, mostly
rock; the drilling of some 1,000, 1,000,-000
000 1,000,-000 linear feet of blast holes; and
the use of 2,500,000 pounds of ex explosives
plosives explosives both above and below the
water.
The two sections of the Cut will
be widened from 300 to 500 feet at
bottom depth. All required dredg dredging
ing dredging will be done by the Canal
Company.
Werner said nearly all heavy heavy-duty
duty heavy-duty earth moving equipment
would be shipped to Panama from
Stateside points.
Equipment would include at
least two giant earth shovels ca capable
pable capable of single bite in excess of
seven tons, and emoval trucks
ef nearly 35-ton load capacity.
Merritt-Chapman and Scott Inc
Nemesio Milton
Oi Gamboa Admits
To 9 Burglaries
Nemesio Milton, 18, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, of Gamboa, has confessed
to a total of nine burglaries in
past months, all committed In
the Pedro Miguel area.
Milton also named Clyde
Boxen, 24, Panamanian, as his
accomplice in one of the bur
glaries, involving tne inert oi
an outboard motor. Boxen was
picked up last night by Balboa
police.
According to ponce author authorities,
ities, authorities, Milton has been under po police
lice police observance for some time
and he was arrested followlna
the recovery of a portion of the
loot.
Both he and Boxen are In,
jail awaiting a preliminary
hearing tomorrow in Balboa
Magistrate Court.

firm of Merritt-Chapman ond

antfeipattf an appreciable
:Ji -.::v Vvv,' 9r.'
iing available fo -the
is widely known for bridgehead
and power-dam construction. Thre
current power-dam projects cur cur-rently
rently cur-rently underway in Washington,
Colorado and New York State W
resent a combined total of more
than $360 million.
The Merritt-Chapman bid of It
363 675 was only $18,515 below tho
next lowest bid.
Alien-Spouse Group
Of Tax Fighters
Hires Legal Counsel
A general meeting of the U. ?.
citizens employed by the govern-
ment of the United States on 'he
Canal Zone, who have alien spous spouses,
es, spouses, was held on Jan. 30, at Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights.
It was decided to retain legal
counsel to prosecute the claims
of the individual tax 'payers,
which claims are based on the
proposition that the community
property laws of the Canal Zone
vest a present interest in one
half of such property in the wile.
This position is in conflict with;
that expressed recently in the
press by Trygve Johnson, the re representative
presentative representative of the Internal Rev
enue service, who is presently in
the Canal Zone.
Chairman Geroge Vieto explain explained
ed explained that the position of the Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Internal Revenue:' had.
been known to the Comm'ttee
prior to Johnson's enunciation. ',:
It is the view of the Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, based on the advice of coun-(
sel; that the decision of the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court of the United latent,
in the case of U. S. vs Bobbins,
269 U. S. 315, cited by Johnso
was based on an interpretation
of Canal Zone law will not nec necessarily
essarily necessarily be bound by an inter interpretation
pretation interpretation of a California court;
The group has agreed to retain
the law firm of DeCastro and Ro Ro-bles,
bles, Ro-bles, who will be associated with
counsel in Washington. The nec-v
essarv powers of attorney are be being
ing being drafted and will be present presented
ed presented to the group at a meeting to
be convened in the near future.
All interested taxpayers have
been advised to refrain from ex executing
ecuting executing waivers of their claftnl,
but on the contrary to request
extensions of time for the furtM furtM-er
er furtM-er prosecution thereof by coun counsel.
sel. counsel. riawdii iteceives
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For Statehood
WASHINGTON, PeK 4 (uVl)
The House Interior and. Inst
lar Affa rs committee today ap
proved a bill te. make Hawaii
the 50th state in (he union. Th
vote was 25 te 4.

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THE MAIL BOX

TURNIF
Sir:

Since my Army brother "Even Up or Shut Up' (Mall Box,
Jan. 29) has elected to air some comparisons before the general
public I would like to point out that as usual he only mention mentioned
ed mentioned those parts of the single wage scale system which he feels
to be detrimental to him.
"l pay high rent, high utility bills and buy all my own fur-
.,!. fw ,-.Hnn nf a ranoo fnr whtrh T have the DriV-

ilege of paying rent. The money my brother Even Up or Shut
Up" saves on furniture maintenance alone will enable him to
take considerable time off without pay and still have a great
advantage over me and my children.
Inasmuch as the Armed 8ervices get an appropriation every
year which they have to figure out how to spend, while the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal has to earn an enormous sum to help pay other pills
before it can be given an appropriation, it is only logical that
I must work much harder than my brother for my salary. Also
my leave starts when I leave my job, not when I arrive at my
destination. . J
Now that my dear brother "Even Up or Shut Up and I
have shown he administration a few more places where they
can squeeze another few cents from what is now an almost
bloodless, centless turnip I hope that he will sleep well In the
future. Brother( But Not by Choice

V.F.W.
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ly being run, to be among the most fragrant spots on the isth isthmus.
mus. isthmus. In fact, I have heard it described as the Canal Zone s
roadhouse. .
Maybe I am over-fastidious, but there are times when I
would not care to take my wife there. The tone of discussion is
not altogether Biblical, nor are the activities wholly abstemious.
Stateside I understood that one had to be a member to
enter a VFW club, but this does not appear to be the case down
there by the Curundu gate. For Instance, I see cars there with
Panama plates. Certainly there may be some members who live
In Panama, but not that many.
This club may have good officers, but if so they are not
carrying out their duties as firmly as are the officers of other
VFW clubs on the Isthmus. After all, it would be embarrassing
to liave a K Street honkytonk complain of unfair commercial
competition from the Zone in that VFW club 3822's activities
wei not linked directly with the operation, maintenance, de defense
fense defense and sanitation of the Canal. Especially sanitation
. El Echo

AIR FORCE
Sir:

..i! tw. .ttuniinn of vnur readers to a ereat musical treat

to be offered in the National Stadium Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m.? The at at-4
4 at-4 ,;.. ,iii k. th. nnwnnl United States Air Force Band under

lhe baton trf Col. George Sallade

eeDt for a mall reserves tection 10 oe soia io nep umij. '"-- -TJ
band ia curl entfy on itr hinJh internaUonal tour and ha. met
with acclaim wherevtr it has appeared. The program w 11 be ap.
peaUng to all memberi of the family. The appearance at the Na Na-tional
tional Na-tional Stadium is sponsored by the Fine Arts Department of the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian Ministry of Education and the newly-formed Panaman an an-North
North an-North American Association. The latter organizaUon has been estab estab-lished
lished estab-lished to further cultural exchanges between the people of Panama
TSfsSrfforms purl oi the fourth annual summer art festival
f the Fine Arts Department of the Ministry of Education.
- Enriaua Sola WilHtm T, Boya
Direct o? Bella, Arte. 1?

SCOUT

Sir:
,.r. m knnw what Bov Scout Executive Dan

Daniel anrScoutTouncil president Gen. George flatter are
trying to pull in briel, we get te impression they are t yin to

ease Kdwara i-.ucas insuiuuunai 111....,.
5 and Tost 5 out of the Scout Council
If our impressions are well-founded we don't like the idea and
feel the matter should be looked into. Many members of the ex executive
ecutive executive boTof the Boy Scout Council Boy Scouts of America on
the Canal Zone are new to Scouting and have not had time to get
Jo know thr Jules and regulations of Scouting.. They probably think
that the Scout Executive runs Scouting. This is not so. The execu executive
tive executive board runs Scouting. The Scout Executive is hired as an advisor
nd We'don't know anything about Daniels' record before he came
heie, except that this is the first time he has been a Scout Execu Executive.
tive. Executive. We do get the feeling he talks down to us.
For th last three years we have been associated with Lucas
on different Scouting activity. Our boys are in the units for which
he is the Institutional Representative. We think we are better qual qualified
ified qualified than anyone else to judge his abilities. Here are a few of the
things he Iras accomplished for Scouting on the Canal Zone during

' Three vears ago, when he became the Institutional Represent Representative
ative Representative Scouting was at a low ebb in the Canal Zone. Standards were
low. The oldtimers said that you couldn't raise and maintani the
tandards as required by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of
AmeThe GAO had forced the Panama Canal to stop sponsoring
Scouting. The Scout leaders were discouraged and most of the pa parents
rents parents were not supporting Scouting as they promised. We had
scouting in name only.
The above condition, were known to Lucas but he still accepted
the position as Institutional Representative because he believed
ft" that if the boys received Scouting as they had a right to expect they
t,.;, would resoond and that parents would support Scouting if the stapd stapd-"pds
"pds stapd-"pds were raised and their bovs received Scouting as required by
the National Council, Boy Scouts of America.
' During the past three years he has been able to obtain the help
' of parents to serve as Unit Leaders. commiUeemen, Den Mothers,
tid so forth. He has been able to do this when some of the older
units have failed to do so.
He is responsible more than anyone else that the Canal Zone
was able to send more than 30 Scouts to the National Jamboree at
Valley Forge two years ago and for sending five Scouts to the Na National
tional National Junior Leader Training ( amp at Schiff's Scout Reservation.
At counc i meetings and in the day to day operations of Scouting
he has insisted that the policies and the constitution and bylaws of
the Biy Scouts of America be observed. I understand he has had
tome difference, with Daniels in this regard. I trust this is not
what has given rise to my impression that the Scout Executive
would preler not to have Lucas on the council.
We pcrents are back of Lucas 100 percent. We have seen what
he has done for our boy. in Scouting during the past three years,
and know that as long as he i. in Scouting the interests of our boy.
will b protected.
I can imagine what Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter
would think if any rumor should ever reach him to the effect that
the Scout Executive wa. trying to ease Lucas off the council. Luca.
received a letter of commendation from Potter last year for hi. work
in Scouting.
If the member, of the Executive Board wonder why Luca. will
not compromise on principle 1 suggest they read the article "Have

i' We Let Our Boy Down?" in the

li Finally, when Lucas reads this

j -;, J' motives, and not be too angry.

FHILANTROPISTS

Sir:
I wonder why "Damn Mad"

rest of the oh, .0 patient US philanthofiists don't get out and leave

r Panamanian, to starve. We appreciate their unselfishness in re-
X training here to keep the wolf from our door, but happen to be .0
.'.'fed up with them we would rather they didn't try to help us any
''ta.,;-r-longer. Intact, they are welcome to get out.
Hopeful Fanamanlaa.

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LEADERS
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Comments
By VICTOR RIESEL
(Hara, in on complete and
at yoi unrevealed .lory, I. what
President Eisenhower has bn
tailing his ciosa aide, h footing
on leoor rackets and what ho
bal laves I. the only way to crack
thorn. This i. what prompted hi.
labor massage to Congrats.)
For months, right up to a few
hours beiore tnis was written, Pre President
sident President Eisenhower has been tel
ling h s Cdbinet, nis personal aides
anu his more personal iriends that
the only way to crack the rackeis
is to curb the unions' absolute
power to picket anywhere, any anytime,
time, anytime, foi any reason.
Tae President believes; that the
mob's pressure point is the picket
line the tough ones, not tne je je-gu.mate,
gu.mate, je-gu.mate, token lines used, for
example, around sleel piaivs.
This he has said u.er anu over
again, especially at the four ses session,
sion, session, in waich ni special labor
message was discusseu under n.s
personal leadership. At the final!
closed uoor pane., .n uie .m.nJ
House last 'iuesuay morning, the
President was satisfied that this
viewpont was accurately reflected
in the message's final draft.
Reptatediy, In those confiden- j
tial parlays, Pitsident fcisenlio fcisenlio-wor
wor fcisenlio-wor said no was aghast at the
revelations of San. John McCl McCl-lan't
lan't McCl-lan't corruption-digging probe.
The President said that any taw
which did not wipe out all abus abuses
es abuses r ppod open by the Senate
investigators was useless. Ho
believes that the abuses pivot
upon the mobs' still legal right
to use "blackmail picketing.
This is a phrase wh ch ha haa
used quite bitterly in hi. analy analysis
sis analysis af cr minal infil ration into
unions.
Spec.fically he has frequently
summed up his angry attitude
with the following:
"There is a need to deal with
the corruption and racketeering
and abuses of trust and power."
The Chief Executive does not
see his proposal as a "labor" bill.
His attitude is that unions and
management can be expected to
quarrel. But, says he, no rank
and file member, no citizen, nc-
oublic forcei not involved in
these quarrels, should be caught
in the middle and hurt by tne
disputes. That would be a "dis
service to the country.
He has used phrases such as
"protecting innocent bystanders
and the publx interest."
He wants picketing defined so
that no one is a stranger to the
particular labor-manigement dis
pute will be hurt. It is this ability
to hurt .others with a picket line
which must be contained and
wiuiom .uch cramping, Mr. Ei-
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senhower believes there can be no
effective anti-rackets bill.
The President is aware that his
is the middle-of-the-road bill. It
is somewhere between the anti anti-racket
racket anti-racket proposal, of the liberal
Sen. John Kennedy and the hard hardest
est hardest hitting of all, the coming pro proposals
posals proposals of racket-busting commit committee
tee committee chairman McClellan.
But strangely enough Sen. Mc Mc-Clellan's
Clellan's Mc-Clellan's bill, when presented iater
this year after the committee's
blistering second annual report in
March, w.ll be no tougher than the
British and Australian laws. And
those exist in lands where the
unions are the manpower and the
money -banks of. influential ; labor
parties. Both in Australia and En England,
gland, England, these labor parties have
run the government in the not
too distant past.
In both land, the unions i aro
required to. register with a cen central,
tral, central, government office it they
want to enjoy special labor pri pri-;
; pri-; vlleges,. In England, the unions
register with ..omothing knows

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as the Registery of Friendly So So-cisties.
cisties. So-cisties. In Australia, whre there are In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Courts, the unions regis register
ter register and,; 'as in London, they must
then maintain a terrific set of de democratic
mocratic democratic standards. The law
specifically states how long an of
ficial can hold office, how frequnt frequnt-ly
ly frequnt-ly a union must meetv and when
and where and how notice must
be given.
Sen. McClellan' will ask for a
taw requiring such registration of
U.S. unions and adherence to simi similar
lar similar democratic practices if they
don't want to lose their tax exempt
Status. That is quite a status con considering
sidering considering he billions of dollars
worth of investments in real esta estate,
te, estate, bonds and other nice things to
have and to hold.
On all this the President of the
U.S. has been briefed and now is
quite an expert. He knows what
he wants and toe; General is on
the march.
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Everything is less expensive in Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia. We'll be happy to give
you any further information.
Panamanians and U.S. citi citizens
zens citizens do not need pass passportsonly
portsonly passportsonly a tourist card
issued free.
Baggage allowance 66 lbs.
Pay 10 dowir-r-toke as long as
20 months to pay the balance.

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Falange's Onetime
Poet Convicted
Of Franco Insult
MADRID (UPIKDxmisio Rid Rid-ruejo,
ruejo, Rid-ruejo, one-time "poet of the Fa-
iange Party," waa convicted and
sentenced to 20 months in jail
yesterday for insulting Generalissi Generalissimo
mo Generalissimo Francisco Franco and spread spreading
ing spreading illegal propaganda. The sen sentence
tence sentence was suspended.
The trial had been pending for
two years bilt it took only an
hour in a three judge civil court.
Hf. st'll must face two further
charges : of: maintaining relation.
Spanish political refugees
abroad. When this trial would
take place was not indicated.
He escaped going to jail through
terms of an amnesty granted to
short-term prisoners last year by
rancc-tin nonor 01 me coronation
EXPERIENCE

ir WASHINGTON Alt Force crew.
are preparing tor what may turn
out to 1 be hi.toryV weirdest Iisn-
ing expedition, 'they are secretly
tra ning t harpoon satellites white
.till in the air and reel' them in)
like strange fish from outer space.
This fantastic technique will be
used to recover future satellite.
phere. Air Force -planes will : try
to 'catch them before 'they either
burn up or get lost in deserts,
mountain, or the ocean. r
For nearly a month. Air Force
harpooner. have been waiting at
vanoenberg Base, caul., to test
their skill against the first satel
lite tn be brought back intact
from outer space. This will be
launched ino orbit as soon as all
the technological bug. have een
enminaieo.
The latest trouble was an acid
leak, which ruined wirinr and will
take another 10 day. fo replace.
wnen tni. recoverable satellite, u
ready, it wU be .lammed into or.
bit by a combination Thor-Van-
guard rockets
After the ."'satellite' T has whirled
arouno tne world A few time., re
ira rocxets wis be tired to siaw
its .peed. This will cause the sa
tellite to dip back into the atmos
phere at a precalculated time and
place.
At it plows into the heavy air.
metal drogue parachutes will be
released to slo it to a drift
Then the haroooners. following
radio signals from tne satellite.
will chase after it in C:119 Flying
Boxcars, wnen tncy come within
range, they will try to hook the
satellite with a harpoon fired
from the rear of he big plane. Al
cable will be tiel to the harpoon.
Once the harpoon snags the
drifting satellite, the Cew will
reel it into the back of tl)e C-139
with 1 winch.
Believe it or not.
REVOLTS BREWING
Repercussions from Fidel Cas Castro's
tro's Castro's Cuban revolt are churning
Central America.
Bad blood between Mexico and
Guatemala, stirrer; tip wnen Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan military planes machine machine-gunned
gunned machine-gunned four Mexican fishins bloats
off the Guatemalan coast, Dec.
31, is the immediate cause. Otner
governments are beginning to take
sides.
Three men died and 14 were
captured, 10 of them with wound,
requiring hospftaliiation as a re
sult of the two-hour attack on the
fishing craft. Yh strafing was
done by Mustangs, furnished to
Guatemala from U.S. war surplus
under a "mutual-defense" -treaty
wun mat tiny republic.
Mexico lodged a formal protest,
but the. Guatemalan foreign min ministry
istry ministry rejected 1 and ordered Uhe
Me,xican;fwirihelr fo&ialjon
tkarges irpmg7' .hiSnp in
lerruonai waieT. Tne yes.eis,
three of them badly damaged, are
also held.
Despite public indignation in
Ulexico and loud cries for drastic
taction. Foreign Secretary Manuel
M. Tello recently named to that
Bost after six year, as Ambassa Ambassa-or
or Ambassa-or in Washington courteously
M imposed taking the dispute be be-ore
ore be-ore the World. Court at The
Hague.
Guatemala'. President Mi viiAl
VdigOra., who had personally ord.
red the attack oh the boats, re refused.
fused. refused. Instead he demanded dam
ages from Mexico for "violation
of sovereignty.''
That was a little ton much n
Jan. 23, President Lopez Maleos
01 juexico announced invriiiu
of relations with the Ydigoras
government.
AGAINST DICTATORS
Behind these strained relations
:'s the fear that Fidel Castro's fol followers
lowers followers in the Caribbean will un-
dermme other governments, espe
cially mose ruiea ny dictators.
Ydigoras became President of
Guatemala in a disputed election
between three candidates after U.
S.-backed Carlos Castilln Armas
was assassinated. He lives sur
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8 WASlliNGtOfj

" T"t. W i
rounded by; armed guard, rani
travels la a builetprool limou.ine;
Recently, his' miliury intelligence
agents reported that itef list ;ppo- -sition
klements in; Guaemak wer
receiving armssmuggle' U
night on small lu,.-Rf!rAt iir, -;One
prpbable source -,-of; suer
weapons, Ydigoras ifgured,W was
Mewco,from:whicli-TlaBdeitine
sbipmenU-of rmsr4 Fidel i Cas-1
.The mbatUed GuatemalaFres- -j
25? -,!ft'W"
men who ielpedqastr wa-
throw Batista are out to get um.
along with delator Tnm&tf t
Domimcan Republic, and the, So
moza dynasty Jtf NicaraguaJ,,
Those men, director a, of tbe ini
tern.tional Revolutionary Junu of
Central America and the. ?t Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, include Presidentelect Ro Ro-mulo
mulo Ro-mulo Betancourt of .Venezuela and
W-Presidents JosaV Figuer of
CosU Rics, Carlos -JPrio Socarras
of Cuba, and Juan Jose Arevolo of
Guatemala, 'h w,,, ,jt(.
Th JunU, ,eiUbU.hWfomsily
ta 1955, grew out of .the old Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Legion, a .guerrilla t force
made up f poUtic.al. exiles from
half a dozen LaUn American eoun eoun-tries.
tries. eoun-tries. Its avowed purpose is to rid
the enUi area of dictators
And that it whjr a ; sharp (jdlvi (jdlvi-aloa
aloa (jdlvi-aloa of sentiment has shown up
ov" Mexico's fishini-boat .pat
wUh Guatemala.
President Luis Somoza f, iVjca iVjca-Mgqasuccessor.
Mgqasuccessor. iVjca-Mgqasuccessor. U hi fattier,
Gen "Tacho" Somozi,, assassinau
ed in 1956 has .announced v full
support for Guatemala. yr ',
On the. other5 h?n .... Presid-nt
Ramon Villeda of Honduras, a lib lib-eral
eral lib-eral -elected last year after two
decades of dictatorship, is openly
backing Mexico. ; The governments
of Costa Rica, El Salvador and
Panama have taken .ng official
stand. All are watching develop development
ment development nervously.
What is happening; basically, is
that; Fidel Castro's dramatic vic victory,
tory, victory, coming on. the "heel. of pn.
pular revolts, against' dictators in
Argentina, Colombia and Venezue Venezuela.
la. Venezuela. has fired 110 rb lnnf.amolriap.

ing resentment t Oentral .Ameri
can people, against political im imposition
position imposition and corroptioq. H :
Miguel Ydigoras, a veteran ar army
my army man who has the supnort of
Guatemala s coffee barobe and bi
landowners, plus United Fruit, is
the first to sense this growing
threat to established patterns.
However, his .trressfva mnvm
to meet" the challentfa mav a.
dually have set -off ir haio me.
Iron that will itngendeV mor viol viol-ence.
ence. viol-ence. UNDER THI DOME
Former President Harry Tni Tni-ma?
ma? Tni-ma? was all smiles when he posed
for. photograoher. in the HonSe di di-plomatic.
plomatic. di-plomatic. gallery the other ria.
but there were tear, in hla avaa
When he left. "I guess I'm just a
sentimental piki ha M "ur.fnk
ing all the ceremony and liitenin?
to Sam' Rayburn speak touched a
tender spot in m."...Arcording
to official reporters of Congres Congressional
sional Congressional debates, Republicans ar
the fsstest talkers in the Houie.
GOP Rep. Walter Judd of Mlnne Mlnne-sota
sota Mlnne-sota is rated fhe fastest, but oth others
ers others who keep the horthind re-r-orters
hopping are GOP Reps.
AlWr (Testes Arends
fill.), Alvm Bentley (MictU, WU WU-ham
ham WU-ham Cramer (Fla.) and John
Rhodes (Ariz.),..THe middle aisle
no ranger separates Democrats and
Republicans in the House chamb chamber,
er, chamber, s. a result of the Democratic
election landslide. Of the cham cham-ber's
ber's cham-ber's 283 Democrats, 59 must find
seats on the ReDublican gid 1 all
436 House members are present.
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crash kills rirels
JAKARTA (UPI) A mililary
spokesman at Maka.sar claimed
today 4S rebels were killed dur
log fighting in the central Celebes.
The spokesmen a 1 d the
rebels were killed during a large large-scale
scale large-scale operation agsinst Darul Is Islam
lam Islam rebels near Wadjo.
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TEX FAX AMI AMERICAN AH tOTEFEOTENT DAILY KZW8EAFEB
PACT TEZZ3

rSenqte Banking Group Jakes
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lYliaaie rcoaq un burns wan

f WASHINGTON (UP E) The Sen Sen-t.
t. Sen-t. Btnkine Committee took the
middle toad yesterday by approve
ing a $2,100,000,000 six-year feder-
. '' al program to help the nation's i i-ties
ties i-ties rkt themselves of slums.
f ,LThe committee; working toward
-ah wnpletion of a package housing
fciii for Seaate-consideration this
w! week; 'accepted the urban renevr renevr-,
, renevr-, ail recommendations of Sea. j
John Sparkmin (D-Ala.), chalr-
i man of its housing subcommittee.
! JlB doing so, if junked President
n: Eisenhower's request for six six-year
year six-year program carrying $1,350,
DM.OO Twice tag and a proposal
4ySen. Joseph S.- Clark D-Pa.f
Jfor a 10-year, million dollar out-
!" lay; W s-?!? --. r ..-.rf
' Clark, who tad backing; from
mayors- of large and medium
sized U.S. ctties, at the last'min-
v nto scaled down his proposal to

$1,800,000,000 over a three or f our-

' year period. But Sparkman's plan

'- Clark's proposal lost 94 niter

tM committee rejected tne aanun-
' 1 istrstion Tequest 8-7.- The Presi President's
dent's President's plan also called, for grad gradual
ual gradual reduction of the federal share
- f urban renewal from two-thirds
to one-half;'
' The House Banking Committee
" also was working on an omnibus
housing-bin, with hearings expect-
ed to end Tuesday. 1
Albert Whitehouse, representing
the AFL-CIO Industrial Union De Department,
partment, Department, told the House commit committee
tee committee Monday that Eisenhower's
housing and slum clearance pro-
'" posals represented "an abdication
f the" federal responsibility m
this area and worse, an abandon abandonment
ment abandonment of the welfare of the Amer American
ican American people.
'Eisenhower's' failure to seek
new- public housing authority
- "means that the 17 million Amer Americans
icans Americans now condemned to living in
eur "worst slums must abandon
hope," Whitehoure chearged.
House Democratic leaders an announced
nounced announced that a bill approved by
the Veterans Affairs Committee to
Increase the Interest rates on new
GI home1 morgtages would be cal-
' led up for action Wednesday. The
bill would Increase 61 interest
rates from the current 4 3-4 per
cent ceiling to nS 1-4 per cent, a
changeisought by the administra administration,
tion, administration, -v
House leaders said the GI inter

est MB would be inserted into the
package .bousing legislation when
it comes up for action later. It
was felt the interest feature would
make the entire- bill more palat palatable
able palatable to the President But if ht

vetoed the- package bill anyway.

the interest legislation still could

be sent on to the Senate for sep sep-arate
arate sep-arate action, V : i '.

The Senate committee approved
the i administration's, : request for

an authority to boost interest ceil

ings from 44 to 5V4 per cent on

DHA-insured rental and coopers
tive rental housing and on milita

ry housings The .committee also
west along with- the administra

tion's proposal to boost the auth-

orized interest limit on FHA-

backed cooperative sales housing

xrom per cent.

MOT PLUM LOCO
LONDON, (UPI) -Judge John
Maude dispensed this advice in
London's Old Bailey Court today:
"Police .afe not just, solid old
. plum puddings. vTljey,ha,ve .some
sense about them, you know,"

CufBail:dayr
For 20 Americans

TIJUANA, Mexico, Feb. 4

(UPI) A Mexico federal judge
has agreed to rule today on bail

reduction for 20 Americans held

in jaff here for the past 10 days
on misdemeanor and gambling
charges.
The ruling came on the heels
of fresh and vigorous protests
from "United States official s in
California and Washington, D. C,
concerning the high bail set for
the Americans.
Judge Eduardo Langle Matinez
refused late yesterday to act on
a request by U.S. consul-general
Robert Hale to reduce the bail
of $1,600 each for the Amencans,
but he promised to make a ( rul ruling
ing ruling sometime today.
California Gov. Edmund G.
Brown joined with Congressmen
and business leaders yesterday in
calling for action in the case
which was beginning to take on
the" aspects of a major interna-"
tional incident.
"I know none of the people ar

rested and none of the facts, but

as attorney general of California
I am concerned with anything
that will affect the normal warm

relationship between our coun-

Uiaf .. VHlUvi iufl xv,va avj viwiva-
al Stanley Mosk said after Gov.
Brown asked him to investigate
the situation.
Brown said, "I am happy that
Mexico is cracking down on
gambling because it is too close
to u, but I want to make certain
that California residents are not
being deprived of their rights."

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DURANGO, Mexico. Actor Mel

Ferrer, lamenting tne restlessness
of his wife, nlm star Audrey Hep Hep-bum,,
bum,, Hep-bum,, who is immobilized by a
spine injury received when ; a
torse threw her while on location

her for.; a fun: i

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi

dent Eisenhower and Republican
congressional leaders arced the

American people yesterday to rb-

lieve in a balanced budget .
and make their voices beard1

against Democratic spending pro proposals.
posals. proposals. 1
The appeal for public support'

of President's narrowly-balanced

77-billion-dollar budget followed

WASHINGTON Twenty-two BTtH Eisenhower's regular, weekly

' n don't kno.. what to do to
keep her quiet. She told me "I am

going to ride tUat horse again be

fore me picture is finished."

minent Americans, including Mrs.
Eleanor Roosvelt, in a statement
urging a ban on atomic tests even
if there is a risk of cheating by

Ce participant?;

"There are elements of risk n

any. agreement, but the risks of

continuing tLc arms raca indefi indefinitely
nitely indefinitely are even greater,".

'MIAMI, Fla- President Arturo
Frondizi of Argentina, on his de

sire to and Argentina's traditional
neutralism in favor of greater coo cooperation
peration cooperation with fb United States:
"We aire now embarked on an

irreversibly course linking our des destiny
tiny destiny with, the United States and
with the rest of the republics ef

the Western Hemisphere."

SUFFIELD. Conn. Renubllcsn

National Chairman Meade Alcorn
Jr., denying tt ha will resign
the post:

'1 have no plans to resiin. al

though anyone who has served far

this job for on- term has served

just' about as long as he would'
want to. At the moment I'm try
tog to get the party back in business."

DENVER, Colo. Adlal E. Ste

venson, on me need for a re-appraisal
of the current armed forc forces
es forces draft program: quantity with
the illusion of protection, rather
than quality with the reality f

security.

NORFOLK. Va. A aroum of

top Norfolk high school students,
calling for a peaceful start .of in integration
tegration integration in Virginia, schools:

"We believe that, reeardless of

their personal feeling, the students
. ,1 1

oi our respective icnoois win con con-that
that con-that will bring credit to our city,"

M;gUpIIights
If you suffer from Otttlns Up
Night, Baokach, Xstg Fmina, Low of
Vigour, Nrrou(nu or wakn, you
hould help your Proitate Gland lm
mediately with Rogena. Thli medlctn
make you feel younger, itronger, and
able to eleep without interruption.
Get Roaent from your ohemiet today.

Ike Urges Congressional Leaders
To 'Believe In Balanced Budget

meeting with GOP legislative

leaders. Tne meeting was unusual

ly long, lasting for nearly three

hours.

Emerging from the White

House, House Republican Leader

Charles A. Halieck (tad.) told

newsmen Democratic proposals

already before Congress would

push the government's spending
authority three billion dollars

above the President's requests.

He specifically mentioned Dem

ocratic proposals on housing, air

port construction and aid to JEdu

cation,

K Is Wgh tlme, fcaBeck. nlAl

that people believe m a bal

anced budget ... (and) begin to

make their voiees heard in this

capital.

Asked whether the president

shared this feeling, Halieck shot
back "very definitely

The GOP leaders also disclosed

that Eisenhower will submit to
Congress shortly, possibly asxt

week, what they termed a "mod

erate1 civil rights program. They

said the program probably will be
outlined in a special message.

Patrolman Reports

Return Appearance
Of Pesky Monster

DRUMNADROUCHIT, Scotland,

Feb. 3 (UPI) it's happened

gain 4ne Loch Ness monster has
reared its "chalky white" head.
At least Motor Club Patrolman
Jimmy Mcintosh swears It did.
Jimmy, five years wkh the
highly-respected Automobile Asso

ciation, said he saw the monster

yesterday while standing at a tel

ephone box here.

"Tne wee monster was cruis

ing midway between mid-stream

and the shore. It was about 12
feet long, brown in color and had
a chalky white head,' he said.

"I saw H for a few minutes be

fore it disappeared under the sur surface,"
face," surface," he added.
Mcintosh has spent hit five
years with the A.A. cruising the
roads In the neighborhood ef the

Loch. His job k to assist strand

ed motorists.

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HaQeck and Senate Republican
Leader Everett M. Dirksen (HI.)
said it would fall "somewhere be between"
tween" between" the civil rights measure
introduced by Senate Democratic

Leader Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.)
and more sweeping lilla put for forward
ward forward by northern liberals. They

did not elaborate.
" Johnson has called for a xneclal

federal agency to mediate civil
rights disputes, federal action

against hate bombings, eubpena
powers for the attorney general in
investigating voting rights viola violations
tions violations and an extended life for' the

civil rights commission.

The liberals want to give the
attorney teneral nower to seek in.

junctions to halt any type of civil
rights violation and to provide
special federal aid for schools
which carry out integration.

HaQeck lent some substanc in

report- that the daministration
and congressional Republicans are
split on how strong a civil rights
bill should be sent to Congress.

aaiq auiermg viewpoints

were -expressed at yesterday

rawing dm mat -nroeress in ho.

ing made and there are no violent
disagreements among us.'

Scientists May

Revise Concepts
On Growth Of Genes

WASHINGTON (UPIl-A Unl-

versity of Wisconsin geneticist has

mad a research discovery which

may force scientists to revise

some long-held notions about the
mechanics of evolution.

The discovery by Prof. R. Alex

ander Brink challenges the eur eur-rent
rent eur-rent conviction that genes, the
hereditary factors of germ cells,

do not alter from generation to
generation unless they andergo
mutation;

Mutation Is a change which oc

curs spontaneously or as a result
of an external influence such as
radiation. Geneticists long have
believed that evolution resulted
from chance mutations which oc

cur from tun to time.

But the National Science Found

ation, whteh supported Brink's

work, said his research with corn

may upset this conviction.

This dlseoverv the foundation

added, "may well turn out to be
among the most significant basic
discoveries in genetics."

Brink discovered, the foundation

said, that a gen that produces
color In the corn kernel can be

permanently modified 'simply by
bringing it Into combination with

a particular on of Its alleles

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Scovfcapades Divided zW
Into Three Sections
Next month's "Scoutcapades"
program has been divided into
three basic sections, it was' an
nounced today by L. Budd Hav-

erstick, Activities Chairman ofT

the Canal Zone Boy Scout Coun

cil.
The first section of the gala
March 7 event will be the grand
opening. This will consist of a
pageant depicting the history of
Scouting, Scout Uniforms and
flags, and flags of the states of
the United States, Canada, and
the 20 Latin Republics. The pa pageant
geant pageant is under the direction of
Don Musselman, producer of the
pageant that was a highlight of
the Zone's recent Teddy Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt celebration week.
The grand opening is expected
to take 25 minutes and will start
at 7:15 p.m. It will take place in
Balboa Stadium where all the

other phases of Scoutcapades

will be held. 1
A gala review In p&rade, tim timed
ed timed to last 20 minutes, will be the
second section. Since floats,-historical
groupings and novelties
will make up the line ef march,
participating units will be judg judged
ed judged on their cleverness, construc construction,
tion, construction, and float idea.
The third phase will consist ef
"Scoutcapade" exhibitions. Each
Scouting unit will be able to
show off its skills in making and
doing things, frofn making camp-

fires and cooking to know tying
and making camp, Exlibitions al

so will be judged on basic origin originality
ality originality and attractiveness.

Smog-Caused Chest

Cases Crowd Four

British Hospitals
MANCHESTER. England (UPI)

Chest cases aggravated by last
week's smog crowded four hos hospitals
pitals hospitals here today, forcing them .0

close their doors to all but emer emergency
gency emergency cases.
The hospital cases were a grim

reminder of the two days last
week during which the country
was blanketed with a soupy fog

that disrupted transportation and

filled the air with the worst smog
that has smothered London state
1952.

The weatherman predicted sun sunshine
shine sunshine early this week for most
areas of Britain, but in Manchest Manchester
er Manchester hospital officials said only ur

gent medical or surgical cases
could be admitted because of the

jammed wards.

"People already sufferm fmrt

bronchitis were Severely fft-

ea, tne medical supenntende
6f tft Crumpsaff Hospital "laid.

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" ttfa t'aWtti means to ex press, to, ow many friends
our deepest appreciation and'sincer thanks for th
beautiful floral offerings and. the kindness and ym ym-pathy
pathy ym-pathy ihown' us during oui recent bereavement,
Mr. RUa Marine, Capt. and Mrs. Thomas
C. Marine, Mr. and Mr$. W m. J. BrVglit,
Jr., Mr, and Mrs. B. F, Scptt, Mr find
Mrs. E. L. Talbott.

Big Bopper 2 Other Rock Roll

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Start, Pilot Die In Airplane Crash

"CLEAR LAKE, Iowa (tJPI)-

inree tne nation's top rock 'n
roU singing stars-ftitchn Valens.

Buddy Holly and a disa .fockev

Known as tne "Big Bopper" died

yesterday with their pilot la the

crash of a chartered plane.

Their Bonanza four-seat single

engine piane went down in a

snowy farm field five miles north

of Clear Lake, a few minutes aft

er Uiey bad taken oft at 1:50 a.m.

fir Fargo, N.D.

The wreckage and bodies were

not discovered until long after
dawn. One of the bodies was re reported
ported reported pinned m the wreckage and
rescue workers asked for equip equipment
ment equipment to pry it loos. The Diana

did not burn.

Vateni, 17, th ,Bopper"-4n

real life a 26-year-old disc jockey
named J. P. (Jape) Richardson

and Holly, 21, were three of the
brightest stars in the world of

rock 'n roll music. They followed
the pattern of swivel-hipped Elvis

Presley and eacn had a wide and
enthusiastic following among the
nation's teen-agers.

The three met their death try

ing to make a fast jump between

dates on a tour of Midwest cities

so uiey could get tneir clothes
laundered. .

Th manager of th Surf ball-

Health Bureau Club
To Offer Cash

Prize A! Picnic

A cash prize will be awarded to

the most colorful dressed "com "com-parsa"
parsa" "com-parsa" at the Health Bureau
Club's "Carnavalito" outing to
Chepo on Feb, 22, it was- announc

ed today. The club Is hoping that

many, guests wil lbe encouraged to

wear colorful sports apparel to
blend with the spirit of the picnic,
No special requirements would be
necessary, but each comparsa
group entering the contest must

register their identity the morning
of the picnic prior to the depar

ture of the buses in order to be

qualified.

judges 01 tne contest wm oe at-

seno Algondona, Mayor of Chepo
and Tomas Pasado, a prominent

civic leader of the same district.

Two hula hoop contests for the

ladies of the senior an$ Junior
age group, are also scheduled. Fe

male guests must taice aiong tnetr

hoop to enter the contest Other

entertainment wur be a greased

pole climb, bag race, sight-seeing,
swimming and dancing, r ':v

Music will be by tn Willi Mo-

ro orchestra. Busses will leave- at

7 a.m. from the Palacio Lecisla-

tiva. "'

1 1' 'vr-tt-M". ..
room In IWs nofllte&st Iowa re resort
sort resort community, Where the troupe
played to a crdwd of I.OOO Mon Monday
day Monday night, said the three stars
wer weary of bus travel. They
had ho relish' for the overnight
bus trip to Fargo, N.D., across
the state line from Moorhead,
Minn., where they were to appear
Tuesday night.
They wanted to get time to
get their clothes laundered," the
manager, Carroll Anderson said,
so they chartered a plane piloted
by Roger Peterson, 21, of Clear
Lake.
fh other member of the

troupe, including singer Franky
Sardo and the teams of "The

Crickets" and "Dion and the Bel Bel-monts"
monts" Bel-monts" made the trin hv hn

Their agents in Chicago said, the

travellers did not learn of t the
others' fate until thev

fargo.

Valens. a if-rear-nlri mniitlnn

from Pocoima. Calif., was

rently one of the hottest singing

laieiu m tne country.

His latest record'ime. "Dmine

Is number four in national sales,
according to his agency.

Richardson became a Rh.

mont. Tex., disc iockev whil t.

tending college. He was the area's
top radio attraction.

Holly, a Lubbock. TV nrntiuo

left a bride of less than iv

months.

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Series Of Meetings
Al Gamboa Church

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listic Evangelistic meetings, which will contin continue
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Wednesday and Sunday nights.

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mere will be several guest

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"The Man who has been Travel

ling for Nearly 6000 Years," "The

Man who Has Run His Last Mile,"

JThe Woman in White." "The

Woman in Scarlet," and "This Last
Message to a Dying World."

. in addition, there will be soec n

music provided by. the choir, and
guest artists, both instrumental
and vocal.

.All seats are free and the public

is invited to come and bring a

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l;napei. rne oricie is me iormer iviiss aany oacH, aaugmcr oi
Nary Chief and Mrs. Edward Sack of Farfan. The bridegroom,
Whose home is in Chicago, III., is a Specialist Four assigned to
the Fort Kobbe dispensary.

Wallace Crawford of Agendas
Crawford in Panama and his son,
Wally, left Sunday for a short
business trip and a visit with Mr.
Crawford's family in Miami.

Theater Production
Tomorrow Evening
The Thespian and Dramatic
Club will present a single perform-

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School.

Rainbow Girls
Of Pedro Miguel
Install Officers
In a forma, installation cere mo

ny Saturday evening, Nancy

Webster became the worthy ad advisor
visor advisor of Pedro Miguel Assembly
Three, Order of Rainbow for Girls.
The event was held in the Aneon
Masonic Temple.
Other new officers are Danielle
Harned, worthy associate advisor;
Diane Hoenke, Charity; Carolyn
Holgerson, Hope; Sue Thomas,
Faith; Patty Davis, recorder;
Joan Dohety, treasurer; Mary
Lynne Stoakley, chaplain; Carol
Zelnick, drill leader; Judy Pen Pennington,
nington, Pennington, Love; Joyce Herring, Re Religion;
ligion; Religion; Beverly Phillips, Nature;
Beverly Bryant, Immortality;
Peggy EUch, Fidelity; Barbara
Bengkrni, Patriotism; Ellen Wil
son, Service; Aloha Shartrosky,
confidential observer; Mary Kay
Howe, musician; Judy Brown,
choir director.
The erouD of installing included

Mickey Walker, retiring worthy

advisor: Mrs. E. B. Webs'er, as-

sistine worthy advisor: Charles

W. Hammond, installing Marshal;.

Gayle Hasemann, installing cha chaplain;
plain; chaplain; Christine Harrison, instal installing
ling installing organist; and Helen Nital soloist.

The e-oup of pro tem officers

includes Mareie Hurtado. Sarah

Wagner, Janice Doherty, Judy

Buehler, Frances Andrews, Pa Pamela
mela Pamela Smedley. Penny Catron, Car-

la Elich, Toni Ann Fisher, Barba

ra Slotkin, Barbara Dombrosky,
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v ivki cainwin, jeanne vvauier,

Robin Smith and Margie Morris.
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Meeting
Rrired Worker

The regular monthly meeting of

the Canal Zone Retired Wo-kers
Association will be held Thursday

evening at 6:30 at the usual meet meeting
ing meeting place. All mmbers are urged
to attend.
Special Education Assn.
The newly-formed Special Edu Educational
cational Educational Association (SEA), will
meet at 7:30 this evening in Room
109 of the Balboa Elementary
School. The objective of the orga organization
nization organization is to provide special edu education
cation education for children with physical
and mental defects..
Parents, teachers and other In Interested
terested Interested persons are urged to at attend.
tend. attend. Raiuiav Club

The J. Henry. Bonney Club has
scheduled an important meeting

in Paraioo. Ml members are urg
ed to attend.

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THE VOfCE OF
BROADWAY

by Dorothy Killgalleh

THE CELEBRITIES
A clause in Cary Grant's eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract fo' the forthcoming Hitch Hitchcock
cock Hitchcock thriller, "North by North Northwest,"
west," Northwest," provides that his name
must hi advertised in letters as

lar,ge as those in the title, and
must fill as much space in width
as the name oi any co-star.
MGM's ad-planners all but went
daffy trying to stretch the nine
letters in his moniker to take up
as much room as the billing of bis
leadine ladv. Eva Marie Saint ...

New York was the scene of a big

underworld meeting the other day,

with swank East Side hotels get getting
ting getting the trade from mysterious
chaos arrivine from points all ov

er the nation. The word: it had

to do with decisions to be made
as a result of the shutdown of Cu Cuban
ban Cuban gambling casinos.
Larry Kert, hero of "West Side

Story," is being considered for the
James Dean rqle in a TV series
etlo be based on the film "Rebel
Without a Cause." And by coin coincidence
cidence coincidence he's wanted for the lead
in "The Immortal," the movie

Metro is doing on the life of Jim-'

my Deap.

It doesn t seem in character

for the great writer, who's always

been rather shy about public ap appearances,
pearances, appearances, but Hollywood is agog
over the report that Ernest He mJ
ingway may hand out one or

more of the Oscars at the Acade Academy
my Academy Awards ceremony ... The girl

with Andre Previn at the Embers

the other night was Diane Skylar,

of the Brigitte Bardot school of
beauty. They seem enormously
smitten...Luben Vichey snarefl the
Martin Beck for Les Ballets Afri

cans when it was decreed that
"Listen to the Mocking Bird"
would fold out of town...A guided
missile now being perfected in
Texas would scare the Russians if

they knew about it. (Or do they?)

..Birdland owner Morris Levy has

been under doctor's care ever

since the funeral of his murdered
brother, Irving.
June Havoc's heart belongs to
Harald Finsness, a Scandinavian
blade who runs chic clothing shops
in Jamaica, Bermuda and Mil Milwaukee,..
waukee,.. Milwaukee,.. The Walt Framers (he
produces TV's "Big Payoff") are
lullabying a baby girl their seventh.-child..;,
Hollywood,, is. going

through a new cycle of gangster
films. ..Gian-Carlo Menotti yearns
to have Kim Nvak play Lucrezia

Borgia at his Spoleto Festival Ball
at the Waldorf, April 14. He thinks

Kim looks very much like the

portrait of Lucrezia by Pintonc-

chio.
The long-awaited Peter Town Town-send
send Town-send film won't reach Enzland un-,

til' May. But if ydu'ire the. impa1

tient type, you can nip over to
Paris for a preview screenine in

March. ..Tab Hunter's chums sajn

he's depressed over Warner's will willingness
ingness willingness to release him from a con

tract that still had four years to.

run. The cash settlement involved

was a nice piece of change, but
it's still a reflection on bis popu popularity
larity popularity at the box office. -s
Meyer Lansky and bis brother
Jake have patched up their-feud
probably because- of. Meyer's

grave illness. He's dropped 50

pounds.. .More Broadway shows are

on two-fers than ever before in
the month of January...Mark Rob Rob-son,
son, Rob-son, who accomplished a minor

miracle when he turned the tra trashy
shy trashy novel "Peyton' Place".vinto an
excellent .jovie, will try it again

with John O Haa i "From the
Terrace." Robson feels he can
transform the rambling O'Hara
novel, with Us juvenile eniphasis
on sex, into a picture of quality.
His most recent credit was "The
Inn of the Sixth Happiness," a
fine example of his ability with
scripts.., Donna Hightower. the
new" dream girl at the Capitol dis dis-cery,
cery, dis-cery, has signed witA Dakota Sta Sta-ton's
ton's Sta-ton's jazz-wise manager, John Le Levy;
vy; Levy;
l Bennett Cerf's vacation, which
will combine the delights of Mia Miami
mi Miami and Jamaica, celebrates the
completion of another cheery book,
this one titled "The Laugh's On
Me". .-Ahmad Jamal is thrilled be because
cause because his March recording, date

will feature an accompaniment of
strings something he's, longed lor

...An important Hollywood produc

er is on the verge of tossing his
career out bf the window because
he's flipped over a teen-age star

let. There's .no way to square it

wun me man 10 wnom ne owes
his big job diisi father-in-law.-
The pretty lady; with" Jphri Ire Ireland
land Ireland these nights is Elizabeth Dav

is... Show folk who've attended

previews of "Tall Story" are in

agreement with Herman Shumlin,
who in a -burst of enthusiasm a a-bout
bout a-bout Marc Connelly's performance
said he wouldn't be surprised if
the playwright "turned out to be
this year's Ed Wynn."

Bulletin from Madrid: "Gina
LoHobrigida and Milko Skofic cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated their 10th wedding an anniversary
niversary anniversary here, with Gina giving
diamond cufflinks and shirt studs
worth $2,500 to Milko, and Milko
arriving from Rome with a mag

nificent emerald and diamond ring

for ner. They invited the entire
cast and crew of 'Solomon and
Sheba' to a cocktail party on the
set, then took 15 of their closest
friends to .dinner and flamenco
dancing at the famous Corral. In Incidentally,
cidentally, Incidentally, despite all the reports,
Gina isn't expecting a baby."
JUMBO JOLTS STORE,
OSAKA, Japan (UPI) A cir
cus elephant did a takeoff on the

bull-in-the-china-shop routine here
last night and caused $2,778
damages in a furniture 'store. The
female elephant, "Natsu," was en en-route
route en-route to Osaka station after a
six-week performance here when

she broke away from her trainer,
caved in the front of the shop
and stomped on furniture.

RIOT INJURES FIVE

TAIPEI (UPI) Four" police:
men and a city councilman were
injured last night in a riot
touched off when police tore
down an illegal Squatter's shack in
a Taipei residential area. The riot
started when 10 police officers
arrived to tear down a shack oc occupied,
cupied, occupied, by two men on grounds it
was an illegal structure. Neigh Neighbors
bors Neighbors battled the police with sticks
and rocks.

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EVERY WEDNESDAY
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
YOUR COMMUNITY
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BY OSWALD JACOB Y
Writfen for NEA Service

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East and West vulnerable
North ; East Soath West
1 V Pass 1 4 Psss
24 Pass Pass, Pass
Opening lead 4 S

The cards is todSv's hand are

stacked in favor of East and West

and when it wgs played in the
recent Tri-State Tournament at

Shreveport, all East" and West

pairs came out with plus scores.
Top score went to one pair who
succeeded in beating two spades

four tricks. I must admit that de

clarer helped them a little but tbe

whole play is interesting as an
example of what good defense can

accomplish.

West opened, the deuce of spades
and no one can blame declarer for

playing his jack and after he re recovered
covered recovered from the surprise of hold holding
ing holding the trick he returned the suit.
West took his ace and led a third
triump which went to dummy's

king. East signaled with the nine

oi diamonds.

South took dummy's ace of

hearts and ruffed a small heart

with his one remaining trump.

This gave him three tricks and
dummy's king of clubs made four.
He led -a second club and would
have made a fifth trick if he had
taken his ace.' Instead he finessed

me jacjc ana weji won wltn tne

queen.

Now West led the jack of hearts

and as you can see the defense

nad no trouble about winning the
rest of t rn',,r.

nanlMiKlMWH

Q The bidding has been:
West North East South
14 Double 1 2
Pass 2N.T. Pass 3 4
Pass 3N.T. Pass ?
You, South, hold:
4AKS76 y7 AQ5 4951
What do you do? ;
A Pms. Tow have shown
sreat strencth sad oo4 spade
luit. Toir partner has choaen to
Play mt in B-trntnp and has
shown no Interest in a slam.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Instead of bldduig two ne ne-trump
trump ne-trump over yftut two hearts your
partosr hW Jumpe airectir o -three
no-trump. What do you do
in -this Instancer
Answer Tomorrow

MAKE FRIENDS

Bow iTie Noodles Swim ln ;" t

Eggplant-Tomato. Sauce

i

bow tics Ue between strlnis ;iwllU iVtJJ

Spaghetti, macaroni and egg

l-noodlcs are the most familiar of

the 150 different shapes of. maca macaroni
roni macaroni products made in the United
States. For sake of variety, try
shell macaroni, egg hoodie bow
ties and fusili (Spiraled spaghetti).

Bow Ties With Eggplant-

Tomato Sauce (Makes 44 servings)

Dne-auarter run salad nil 9 runs

diced eggplant, 1 medium-sized o-
nion. ehnoned: nn ft-nunr ean in.

mato sauce, one 6-ounce Can to tomato
mato tomato paste, 3-4 cup' water, 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon sugar, 1-2 teaspoon silt, 1-4
teaspbon pepper, 1-4 cup- grated
Parmesan cheese, ,1 tablespoon
salt, 3 quarts boiling water, 8 ounc

egg noooie now nes isooat s cups).

Heat nil. AM crtmlnt knil oiiinn

and cook until eggplant is brown browned
ed browned on all sides. Add tomato sauce,
tomato paste, 34 cup water, 1-2
teaspoon sugar, salt and pepper.
Cover and cook over low neat
20 minutes. Add cheese and cook
10. minutes, or until iho.o

Meanwhile, add l tablespoon salt

io rapiaiy Doinng water. Gradual

ly aoa now ties so that water
continues to hoi I Cnnb

ed, stirring occasionally,' until ten

der, urain in coianaer. Serve bow
ties with eggplant-tomato sauce.
Shall Macaroni Salmon Casssrela

(Makes 4-4 servings)
One tahlpfwin oolf- 9 nn.f.

---- -" j-...... on.b, a tjuaiio
boiling water, 8 ounces shell ma-'
caroni (about 3 cups), 2 cups com commercial
mercial commercial sour cream, one 6ounAe
package chive pream cheese, soft-

an 4 l & :

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ened; one 7,, 3-4-ounce caa salt
mon, drained and boned; 1 table table-spoon
spoon table-spoon chopped chives, 1 teaspoon
grated onion, 1 small clove garlic,
finely chopped; 1-4 teaspoon salt,
1-8 teaspoon pepper.
Add 1 tablespoon salt to rapid
ly boiling water. Gradually add
macaroni so that water continues
to boil. Cook, uncovered., stirrintf

occasionally, until tender. Drain

in coianaer., combine, macaroni,
cream, chieve cheese"" salmon,
chives, onion, garlic,-1-4 tesgpooo
salt and pepper; mix well. Turv
into greased shallow, 2-quart cas casserole.
serole. casserole. Bke ia moderat .ovea
(375 degrees F.) 20 to 25 minutes

ROU OUT THI BARREL
A novel cocktail bar is being
exported by a British company
famous for its products made aA
"Hogshead" old battleships. The
"Hogshead bar and cabinet con consists
sists consists of, a half, bayel, eu$ .from
top to bottom i down the middla

with a half round -top w h i-c-.h
forms the bar counter. Mounted
on fineer-tiD castors, it. fits. noat.

fy against, the wall when not in t

use. I wo oacK aoors close tne
half -barrel, forming wing flaps -when
open: Inside each is a small
glass rack and .brass-edged shell
for sccessories. Three shelves give
'PISHSW V bar barrel
rel barrel is:'ifeuflyrS ftifirm.Twitu a
top 2 ft." 8 ins. by l ft. 4 jng
The bar is avaUs;bto:)in; rrreflHim
or antique (blck) oak, fitted
with either brass or copper hoop-

us, mm uuusuea wun spirit-re-sisting
lacquer. K f ',

Don't feel free to invite your yourself
self yourself to stay overnight with
friends when you are lo be in
their city on business 'in order
to save a hotel bill. If you want
to see your friends, check into a
hotel first and then get in touch
with them.
If you don't check in first they
may feel obliged to ask you to
stay with them whether it is
convenient or not.

4 Geneva. Gunmen
Rob Swiss Truck
Of $327,040
GENEVA UPI) Four gtinmen
robbed a bank truck of $327,040
cash here yesterday hi a holdup
that was carried out with the pre precision
cision precision of a Swish watch.
The four men, one of them
wearing a woman's nylon stocking
over his head as a mask, escaped
in a French-built sedan after slug slugging
ging slugging an elderjy guard with i sub submachine
machine submachine gun. The car was found
abandoned la.ter on a road lead leading
ing leading to the French border.
It was the biggest holdun In

Geneva history and recalled the
still unsolved theft of $280,000 in
gold bullion Jan. 19, 1956.

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WEDNESDAY,; FEBRUARY 4, 195
V
TBS PAfUMA AHEBJCAIt ,AH INDETENDEMX DAUt ft

Social an

ValenHneV Jmbrt f ? i v
Bar n.nra Stttdsntt --
Obe fint jamboree f Out yer
for atudentsof Harnett and Dunn
is plumed for Saturday evenin at
7:30 at th American-Legrai Club
M' I OCT MDIUW. ,..'
All classes will be the interne
dlate '.or wive gTup.V Entertain
mrmt. refresnmenta and .new
party-; emei will be Inkrodoced;
Daocera who will be featured' is
the ahow are Col Kapinei,
John Scott Dale Searle. Hicky
Selby, Valerie Spencer Tommy
gtarkenburg, Sheila Holcroft; and
Andrew Hinjey.: V;; -.-V
Jimmy Dunn will aet as maetec
of ceremonier andiudjes for the
Li:
ague
A humnor roa oi 24 babies. 14
of them girlie wa born at Gorgaa
Hospital during the week, ending
at midnight Monday. During the
aa me period 195 patients were ad admitted
mitted admitted and flM were discharged.
The fathers' of the babies are
natives, of such widely separated
countries as Italy: the Ukraine,
Mexico; Puerto Jtico, Canal Zone,
Panama, and the United States.
Parents of the 'girls are Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Blaek; of Panama Ci City;
ty; City; Sgt; and Mrs. J. H. Kelley; of
Cocolij Mr; and Mrs. I R Lowe,
of, Panama City; Mr and Mrs. E. E.-Urriola;
Urriola; E.-Urriola; of Chilibrej'Mr. and Mrs.
L. Laguha, of Panama Cityj Pfc.
and Mrs. F E. $quire,;of Pana Panama
ma Panama City; Sp.4 and Mr, J. R.
Crow?!,' of Panama City; Sfc: "and
Mrs. R. C. McFall, f Gamboa?
Mr and Mrs. t Peterkfn, of Pa Panama;
nama; Panama; S-Sgt. and Mrs. J. 0 E
Segura, of Panama; Mr and Mrs.
W. S. johns6n,' of;Paraiso; and
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Toppin, of
Gamboa:'- -'' v-
Boys were 16rn to Mr. and Mrs.
R. R. Alvarez P., of Panama City;
Mr. ana Mrs. A. A Jimenes, of
Panama City; SfC and Mrs. R.
E Richards, of Fort Kdbbe; Mr.
and Mrs. FY Votola, of Gambpa;
Cpl. and Mrs. John Zionkofski, of
Gamboa? Sfc. and Mrs.-W. Na Na-iareilko;Rof
iareilko;Rof Na-iareilko;Rof Fort- Amador; A-lc
and Mrs.rD. 0. Opid, of Rodman;
A-2c and Mrs. B. C. HA11, of Lo Lo-cona
cona Lo-cona Sgt. and Mrs. N R Riser,
of Fort K6bbe;,snd Sfc and Mrs.
J. P. Chambers,, of Panama.
Quiz Team Hangs
Losing Coach
In Effigy
EVANSTON, 111. (UPI)-They
take their book-learnin'. seriously
at NnrtowternU
Mnhdav nieht. he N. U. "auii
bowl'.1 ieam, coached by dean of
students James. C. McLeod, lost a
radio-television battle of brains to
Georgetown Vniversityr-its first
loss after victories over laiumtna,
Pittsburgh and Brown-Pembroke.
Yesterday, a papier-mache dum
my labeled !McLeod" was iound
hanging in -effigy outside the
school's administration building.
IGNORE ANNIVERSAR Y
FRANKFURT, Germany '(UPI)
Twenty-six years ago today
.Molf Hitler became chancellor of
nermany and the: Third Reich
v-'s '.born. "TBje'j anniversary was
ignored by the German people.
4

will give beauty consultations
from 9 a.m, to 12 noon everyday Hill
Saturday, Feb. 7 and classes from 3 to
6 pa?;ui to Friday, Feb. 6

Make-your

erwi&Q
various, contests' will be-JUr. and
Mrs. A. Hinley.
Parents uf the dance students
are invKed p attend. V j t-
Dr. Sctdren Hetrnmi -s-Dr.
Norman J. Scadron has re
turned to the Isthmus after an ex
tendd visit in California. ;
:: a tnru tarhivh twnn In Rome in
A wj "
1845 with the discovery of a sar
cophagus containing me weu-jne
...nn nuria hndv of a sublimely
beautiful girl is told in a new book
"The March of Archeology" which
nlarert in ClTCUlBUOn liua
week by the Canal Zone library.
Beginning wiin uus penoa v
w r.nm thf author, traces the
world' most exciting and prolong prolonged
ed prolonged treasure hunt, a hunt that v is
not yet over, whether men search
tnr hurioH eold and silver, for the
key to a lost language or for scant
. f 4.1 I Inns
traces oi ctuea y uuiucu
ago. y
, The complete list of new books
and their author's now available at
the Canal Zone Library follows: ;
Miut.fietian The Road to Emo
tional Maturyty, Abrahamsen; De
with You. Alex
ander; Let's, Get a Divorce; and
other Flays, uentiey; iae
T 4. nf Michael Tnfld-. Tohn: OUT
SMf VO V m.wm. F W
Frianrf IimM Jovce. Colum: ArC-
i Wild cnsier: me jaarcn w
Arrhonloev. Ceram: Mr. Church
ill's Secretary. Nel: Water
Skking, Pope; The Proud Posses
rinm- T.ifp- An IntTOdUC
tion to Biology, Simpson; Airways
oi Ameriqat xyw, ieuu w.
Vining; Wedemeyer Reports, We We-demeyer;
demeyer; We-demeyer; On You Own in the
Wilderness, Whelen.
Fktioiv- Anecdotes of Destiny.
Blixefl) Playback, Chandler;
Flagg, Andrew, Piece of the Ac Action,
tion, Action, Gardner, A Little Sin, Hardy
The Visitors. McMinnies; From
the Terrace, O'Hara: Beyond
Wind River, Savage; Tne secret
of Luc a, Silone; Red Queen, White
Queen, Treece.
ranomo i.lno
:
civtu.init naiapnppri are book
ed to sail from Cristobal for New
York Saturday, aboard the Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Liner Cistobal Twelve pas passenger
senger passenger are listed for Port au Prin Prince,
ce, Prince, Haiti, according to the ad advance
vance advance passenger list;
Pannl pmnlnvM booked for New
York are William A. Hadarits
and Mrs. Madalyn C. Shacklett.
Haiti-bound Canal employes are
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. J. O'Don O'Don-nell:
nell: O'Don-nell: Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ridge,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs Frederick C
Rose; and Mr. and Mrs. Earl M.
Stone.
I

Jlliss
oCaura (Burgos

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special representative of

appoinment today Telephone 2-26a;r

Gehef el Wegflilctft
In Teriile Trade t:

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! .CHARtOTTE;- NIC. ; (WJ-The
first leneiral wage mcreaUt in the
UJ5.S: textile industry -since 1956
apparently will go into. effect this
month despite warnings from two
big companies that t could be
dangerous. A
vrf il Smi mi tn niuwtna.
Alabama-South, Carolina .segment
qt tne inausu? uyi w
nounced a general, pay raise ef effective
fective effective about Feb. 15. The an an-nouncemenll
nouncemenll an-nouncemenll foljowed reporti that
the big Cannon Mills Cou would
institute! a $1.25 hurly- minimum
hv mid-Fehrnarv.' ;
The president of the West Point
Manufacturing to., J: ju wmer,
announced that "an increase in
wages -to all wage-hour employes
will be made'effecUve with the
work week s t a r t i ji g Feb, 15.;
West Point ; has; firms tat Lt Lt-Grange,"
Grange," Lt-Grange," Wfst J Point,j Columbus
and Daltoh, Ga.f Anderson, S.C;
Lannett, S h a w m u t.i- Langdale,
Fairfax and -Rlverview Ala.
The amount of the increase was
not revealed,, but it was 'expected
to be in; theii neighWbitodi of 10
tents' per hour. V
lne- wesi, rami aimouDcenieui
Was followed quickly by an n n-nouncemeot
nouncemeot n-nouncemeot by Callaway Mills of
LaGrange, Ga., that ; its wages
would, oe nixea,
PiPAsfdnnt Arthur B. Kde Jr.
said Callaway plants at LaGrange
and Mancnester, ia, ana tnose
outside Georgia would begin pay paying
ing paying 'higher wges ast:Feb. 15.
miUs alid announced "that wage
increases will bej made' soon, but
Criticism of the movement
came from the big Burlington In Industries
dustries Industries add the 44-plant J. P.
Stevens Co. '-- i-;--,
Spencer Love, president and
chairman of- Burlington, said that
while ''we, lire on .record as in
sympathy with the desirability of
higher wages id the industry
it is our feeling tnat this move is
both' premature fand precirjitate.
tWa J P .t'vn firm, while
denying ;' reports; ; bat A would
grant wage mcreiws rnxm, iu
the industn is cnlv, faced;
with serious nlems created by
textile- imports:3 . ;
"The .company reeis. mat iur iur-ther
ther iur-ther : study of the" situation is es es-sential
sential es-sential 'at the "present me before
aiiy 4lnl"''-aisbBetafJiM?!,Mi kbe
reached," It, said. ti ? :,
Marlon Blqncias
Estranqed ife
Goesffl
HOLLYWOOD fjjPI) Anns
Marlon Brando, remained in Ce
dars of Lebanon Mospuai toaay
for treatment of sevme : abdominal
pains. -'-.-.i-.-
The. beautiful actress taken
to the "hospital; Satur4ay and ad
mttted under the name f Anna
Smith. Hospital attendants- said
Brando visited her sunaay nig m.
She is expecteo to remain no-
pitaiizea lor several m p-,uj.
Actor Sammy Davis
Sued For Divorce
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UP1)
Singf-actor Sammy Davis Jr.
was sued for divorce yesterday on
the ground ottatreme cruelty.
In her suit, stager Ldray; White
i sought $2,000.imonthly alimony
front her husband of one year.

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glish designers in their own cau cau-ious,
ious, cau-ious, conservativ way brought
back a suggestion -of a waistline
and longer skirts to their famous
wool suits today.
The parade M srpinging suit style
Began u tne salons of London s
11 top coutouriers with represent-
auvea rrom Mew York manufac
turers on hand io buy designs for
ueir sprine line.
By the time these quiet, almost
timeless designs filter down to
the copies in our own department
store, your spring suit may have:
-Slightly idented waistline in.
front of the jacket, burying the
free-swinging "sack" line.
Still loos haneins Jackets in
tack.
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waistline.
Natural,
sUghtly below ,.vhe
unpadded shoulders,
skirts a enod two
arrow
inches below the knee.
The same old wrist-freezing
three-quarter sleeves.
The French went hole hoe awav
from the sack line with suits hug hugging
ging hugging the waist. But, the English,
whose elegant-suits even Paris
can't beat, 'vare playing It cool,
withiwaists only slightly fitted. As
designer Victor Sttebel said, "wo

THIS WEEKEND!. . PLAN TO JOIN the

for 4 GLORIOUS NIGHTS of PANAMA'S MARDI GRAS
THREE ORCHESTRAS FOR CONTINUOUS DANCE MUSIC!
A1DA I, the Emerald Queen, and her gay court reign over the fun!
SAT. FEB. 7 The colorful Coronation nf ur lovely Queen followed by the Grand Ball.
Everyone's out for the beautiful spectacle. Dress formal or semi-formal.
SUN. FEB. 3 Ths unique, lovely parade of our national dress polleras. montunor and
with prises for those adjudred b est. Enjoy Panama's folk dances and typi typical
cal typical music!
MON. FEB. t "Mamarracho Nlrht" our "a nythlng-goes" night of wacky fun. Come In
a costume (any kind) and be part of It.
,-TTJES. FEB lfl "Comparsas Night" The Grand Wind-up. See the "Comparsas" (troups
dressed alike) make then way entrance into the patio. Everyone dances till
the "Sardine is Buried" at dawn and the unique Panama Mardl Gras is over
for another year.

AUINites 11.80
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Sun. $2.50 Tues. $3.00
NO TABLE reservations.
Everyone will be able to
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men never will return to the tight
fitting suit jacket"
StiebeL one e Princess Mar Mar-tareta'
tareta' Mar-tareta' dressmakers, saluted
4he waist in h's eeNectim with
half-belts, in the frent enly, of
tha same fabric the suit and
attached ta it. You casually loop
the belt and let the ends bangle,
crowded subway "hazard.

An audience including movie
queens Vivien Leigh and Leila
Johnson jammed the Stiebel sa salon
lon salon to murmur correctly his calm
English approval of timeless En
glish tweed suns. Many were
worn with chiffon blouses with a
bow. at the neck and floppy Gar-bo-type
felt that gave the collec collection
tion collection a vague 1930 look.
In the dress department, Lon London
don London designers joined their Paris
competitors in the back to the-bust-and-waist
campaign. Stie Stie-bel's
bel's Stie-bel's afternoon and cocktail dres dresses
ses dresses had waists tightly wrapped in
cummerbunds. Fitted bodices
brought the bosom out of hiding
from last year's sack line.
HEAVY LOAD
CARTHAGE, Miss. (UPI) -Bur
glars entered a local bank and
carried away 33,000 pennies, po police
lice police reported today.

Age-Old 'Icicle'
Put Under Study ,J
CHICAGO (UPI) An age-old
"icicle" is under study by scien scientists
tists scientists hoping to solve riddles of the
past.
The ice slab, unearthed in Arc Arctic
tic Arctic Greenland some 200 miles east

of Thule, is believed to contain
samples of air preserve for more
than 800 years, scientists st the
U.S. Army Snow, Ice, and Per Permafrost
mafrost Permafrost Research Establishment
here said today.
If so, the icicle will reveal how
much air contamination has re resulted
sulted resulted since the industrial revolu revolution
tion revolution and how much snow has
fallen every year since 1100 A D.
"Scientists who have been mon monitoring
itoring monitoring radioactive fallout can go
back to the icecaps to measure
some things they missed," said
Dr. Henri Bader, chief scientist.
"We can now reach back into the
past for information otherwise un unobtainable."
obtainable." unobtainable." "Natural objects which fell with
the snow such as volcanic ash,
meteorites, pores and actena
are perfectly preserved year by
year for anyone who is intrestd
in them."
Raimhri rimv iIms Into anl
icecap to remove tne icicie,
a core four mcnes in diameter
and more than 1,300 feet long.
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Near Santa Ana Plaza

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Elgin-American Cigarrette Case .From ,95
Solid Gold Earrings ..-..:.... From 1.50
Solid Cold Blrthstone Rings From 1.95
Solid Cold Locket & Chain From 3.80
3-pc. Sterling Toddlers Place Setting 4.95;
24-pc. (Service for 6) Flatware S.S. Blade 3.95
Men's Automatio, Waterproof Watch 12.5ft

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Gat equipment for domestic and commercial
uses, which will be held daily at the
COLEGIO JAVIER FAIR
At this city during the 4th, 5th and 6th of Ftb. 1959

HOME OF
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Boy's
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Long laitins. Heavy
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Colors: Black, Tan,
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KAIllDUlf llOIALLAIIUff Aasarnbly of tha Ordar of Rainbow for Olrla war Inatallad at tha Ancon Ma-

aonic Tampl. Picturad in tha baok roWi from laft ara Judy Pannlnrtorl. Pattv Elloh. Joan Doharty, Aloha Shartfoakv.

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CARNIVAL QUEEN

Mis Vicky Almfngiiir, lft,
Carnival Quaen for tha Bal Balboa
boa Balboa YMCA, ia shown with

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earameny at tha Balboa "Y,"
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ad guaats with an exhibition
of traditional Panamanian
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KCWCrllUn LlNC f 0f naw atudanta to tha U.S. Army Caribbaaif 6ohool. Shown In the receiving Ifno ar
MaJ. HaroW I. Jonaa, aecnttry of tha USARCARIB Sehoo I, Col Cecil Himaa, commandant of tha USARCARIB
School, Mra. Ruth Hlmaa, Brig. Can. Milton L. Ogdan, da puty commanding genaraf DSAftCARIB, Mrs. Og'den,
Brig.' Qen. Jamaa Coutta,. ohiaf of etaff, Caribbean oommand, Mra. Coutta, Ut. Col, Philip M. Judson; assietant
commandant of tha aohool and Mra. Judaon. "1' (Army Photo)

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to ahame and pope ita pattern Into tha
ouff en the pant, which can be worn up
of down. The straw hat It at home on
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Hati ona aiza only. At Illustrated.

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Phone 2-177S

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Alimir tuc riiCCTC 8tudn" from 17 different Latin American countrlea were welcomed at a rtceptlon
AMONG THE (jUCdTj given in their honor rsctntly at For GulioH Officars Club by Col. Cecil Hlmes, com commandant
mandant commandant of the U.S. Army Caribbean 8chool and Mra. Hlmes. Guestsfrom ief are Lt. Jose Oscar Agullarlar M.,
El Salvador; Maj.v Alajandro Fiallos, El Salvadoi; Col. John F. SchmlafzeVi ;C.3?;.MIss Miriam Ochoa; Col. Salvador
Ochoa,; Coneul of El Salvador In Colon; Lt. Baltaiar Lopex C. from El Salvador and Lt. Carlos Culllermo tolombanl
from El Salvador. (Army Photo)

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LtLtbKAIINVl Callndo, rtewly-named as Panama's Comptroller Caneral by the National, Assembly.
Pictured with the hoat ara Enrique MacCdullpugh, Deputy Comptroller General, Mario da Dlago, manager of the Insti Institute
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Without Baseball Scorecards

NEW YORK, Feb. 4-(UPI)-It
will be tough for the local crowds
to tell 'em apart without a score score-card
card score-card in baseball's training camp
this spring.
More than 30 established ma)or
leaguers already have swapped
uniforms in baseball's annual
came of "musical chairs' with
the hottest part of the trading sea season
son season still to come.
The St. Louis Cardinals are
leading both leagues as a result of
picking up eight players in deals,
including manager Solly Hemus
who moved over from the Phillies
to pinch-hit as well as master master-Bind.
Bind. master-Bind. .
It's likely, however, that FranK
Lane of Cleveland has not yet be begun
gun begun to fight. Trader Frank, who
has made a few spectacular moves
already, likes to look 'em over in
the spring before dealing in whole wholesale
sale wholesale lots.
Even so, the turnover has been
fairly impressive and these are a a-mong
mong a-mong the "new faces" of 1959:
Jimmy Piersall, long-time Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox outfielder, moved
over to Cleveland and Billy Mar Martin
tin Martin switched to Cleveland along
with pitcher Al Cicotte from De Detroit.
troit. Detroit. Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:25
Robert Ryan, Aldo Ray
"RftTVS LITTLE ACRE"
(Strictly- adult fare)
COCO SOLO
Virginia McKenna
Peter Finch
"A TOWN LIKE ALICE"
ftlARLft HTS. 7;0
Frank Lovetoy Barbara Hale
THE COUNTRY HUSBAMJ
GAMBOA 7:8
Randolph Scott
DECISION AT SUNDOWN"
MARGARITA 7:00
Mala Powers James Best
"MAN ON THE PROWL"
PARAISO
7:00
Forrest Tucker
Allison Hayes
"COUNTERPLOT"
SANTA CRUZ 1:01
"SEVEN GUNS TO MESA
"THE 'STRANGER"
CAMP BIESD 7:00
Dana Andrews.
Linda Darnell
"ZERO HOUR"
In VistaVislori!
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Stephen MacNally
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AFFAIR
R. Kelley

l"JE MAKE YOUR
smooth tires

V GOODYEAR W't Oft

SINCE OPENING
We Hav Retreaded and
Repaired
MORE THAN
250,000 TIRES
(on quarter of a
million)

MORE PIOPU THE WORLD OVER RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER MAKE
GOODYEAR de PANAMA, Si.
Calle Jeronimo de la Ossa No. 13-33 Telefono 2-0754

Ray Narleski and Don Mossi,
star Cleveland relievers, will be
working for Detroit. So will Ed Eddie
die Eddie Yost and Rocky Bridges, vet veteran
eran veteran infielders from Washington.
San Francisco added Jack San San-ford
ford San-ford of the Phillies and Billy Muf Muffin
fin Muffin of the Cardinals, both pitchers.
Los Angeles presents Wally Moon
of the Cardinals and Rip Repulski
from the Phils.
Cincinnati has three ex -Cards-outfielder
Del Ennis, pitcher Bob
Mabe and infielder Eddie Kasko.
And last weekend the Redlegs got
homer hitting Frank Thomas, out outfielders
fielders outfielders John Powers and Jim
Pendleton and pitcher Whammy
Douglas from the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates
rates Pirates in exchange for catcher

Smokey Burgess, infielder JJon
Hoak and pitcher Harvey maaix.
The Phillies acquired pitchtr
Ruban Gpmex and catcher Valr
my Thomas from tho Giants for
Sanford and added infielder
Sparkie Anderson from Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. Balboa
By VICTOR M. CAREW
It appears as if Hector Lopez'
bid for the Panama ,s
triple crown will not be successful.
Lopez picked up one hit in his last
game Monday night against Marl
boro s Leonarao rergusuii u
four trips, giving mm a toiai oi
51 hits in 132 trips.
His average dropped from .391
tn 3Rfi and he has lust IWO game',
left in which to produce all ot tne
hits that he needs in order to
overcome Les. Peden's well-rested
Qfi avpraee. There seems to be
some confusion on just what Lo
pez' average is, but until me oi oi-ficial
ficial oi-ficial release is available no one
can be sure.
Although I don't go along with
a player winning a oamng- uuc
on the bench, as could be the case
with Peden, it should Be pointed
out for the benefit of the puDiic
that Peden is sitting it out chiefly
because his ankle is not yet heal healed.
ed. healed. He was forced to remain in the
lineup despite his swollen ankie
until the pennant issue was settled
Ibecause his understudy, Rainon
away Trorti 'iMongint to this
league. Now that the race is over
and he has to go to Caracas it is
only just that he rest his leg suf
ficiently in order for him to DC in
eood physical shape during the
Series.
One remaining factor that
might wind up to Lopez' advant-
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EVERY YEAR A BETTER PRODUCT
NEW MOLDS
ALL SIZES
ALL TYPES

(E,dD(D)nDEAlS

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Vic Wertz, at Cleveland last
year, is with the Red Sox. Boston
also picked up pitcher Babe Mo Mo-ford
ford Mo-ford from Detroit, outfielder Jim
Busby from Washington.
Infielders Ren Bertoia and Ron
Samford of Detroit went to Wash Washington
ington Washington in the deal for Yost and
Bridges. Baltimore added Chico
Carrasquel from Kansas City, Bob Bobby
by Bobby Avila from the Indians, Billy
Klaus from Boston and ex-major
leaguer Jim Finigan from the mi minors.
nors. minors. .
The game of musical chairs
even extended to the front-office
this winter.
When assistant Lee MacPhail of
the Yankees took over at Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore things began to hum. The
Yankees, who needed an assistant,
nailed Roy Hamey from the Phil Phillies.
lies. Phillies. The Phillies took on John
Quinn from the Braves. The
Braves signed John McHale of the
Tigers.
The Tigers, at last report, still
were looking.
Brewings
age is the fact that Peden might
not quality for the batting
championship because he might
not have the required min.mum
number of trips to the plate.
In the homerun battle the.
Brewers' secondsacker, with eight
is now trailing Marlboro's Bill
Gabler, who has nine. Lopez will
have the advantage of having two
games left to play while Gabler
played his final game last night.
Only in the runs-batted-in depart department
ment department does it seem certain that
(Lopez will have nothing to worry
about. His total ot 34 runs Daueu
in will stand up as tops.
Long after the players of this
1958-1958 season are back in tne
United States with their respective
teams, local sportwriters as well
as other enthusiasts win oe cr
ducting p o s t-mortem examina
tions to determine tne cause or
causes of the failures of Marl Marlboro,
boro, Marlboro, Carta Vieja and Cerveza
Balboa.
Marlboro's second-place finish
is the biggest surprise of the sea season
son season and Cerveza Balboa's cellar
position is the biggest disappoint disappointment.
ment. disappointment. i On '104 V ;bj.conf$ttwsei in
tnese autopsies-js we auRpuvwcu
aement of the fact that the Cham
pion Kings played better: ball than
the others.-They were a lot more
aggressive, they came through
with the run-scoring hits when
they were needed most, and theii
pitching was good.
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Yankees to Meet

Cerveza Balboa; Bill Slack
Goes Route to Beat Marlboro

The Carta Vieja Yankees, who have, already

clmched third place in the Panama Pro League race,
will make their final appearance of the season to tonight
night tonight gaainst the cellar-dwelling Cerveza Balboa
Beermen.

Carta Vieja righthander Bill
Slack, the relief artist who may
replace ace lefthander Dick .Lueb .Lueb-;e
;e .Lueb-;e on the Kings' hurling staff in
"aracas during the coming Carib Carib-ean
ean Carib-ean Series, had a good workout
inder his belt today following his
route-going 8-5 win over the Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro Smokers last night.
Luebke, whose brilliant 10-1 rec
ord makes him the pitcher with
far the best won-lost percentage
;n the loop, will pitch only during
the first game of the classic on
Feb. 10, because he has to leave
Venezuela the next day to be in
the U.S. in time to enter the arm
ed services Feb. 14.
The Panama League. will make
a request to the Caribbean Con
federation at its, inaugural confer conference
ence conference Feb. 9 that Slack be allowed
to take Luebke's place on the
team.
The Kings are not ntitltd to
us any player who does not ae
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tually
belong, to
bolstor its
squad;
but in view
of tho unu

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

iTARTINI
Teams K M CV CB W L Pet. GB
Kings x 8 6 9 23 12 .657
Marlbfiro 4 x 7 8 19 17 .528 4J
Carta Vieja ....6 5 x 5v 16 19 .457 7
Cerveza Balboa 2 4 6 x 12 22 .353 10
Total ...12 17 19 22 70 70

TONIGHT'S GAME
At Plympic Stadium: Carta Vieja (Frederick 1-1) vs.
Cerveza Balboa (Brown 1-6)
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vieja 8, Marlboro 5

Pacific Softball Loop

Standings
Unisport
Abernathy
0 1.000
Jantzen
Pan Liquido
Ambassadors
Mariners
.667
.625
.?j0
.000
Next Games
- Mariners vs
Feb. 4
Ambas-
sadors.
Feb. 5 Abernathy vs Jant Jantzen.
zen. Jantzen. Feb. 6 Mariners vs Pan Li Liquido.
quido. Liquido. Slack
Tightens Up
Carta Vieja
Bartirome, lb
Davalillo, 2b
Wilhelm, ss
Peeples, If .
Kern, cf .
Schmidt, rf
Patton, c .
Clark, 3b .
Slack, p .
AB
. 4
. 5
. 3
. 4
. 5
. 5
. 4
. 4
. 4
Totals
38 8 11 27 7
Marlboro
Napoleon, rf . 5 1
Brathwaite, 2b ... 4 0
Altman, If 4 0
Gabler, lb
Bernard, ss
Ferguson .
Cobos, c .
Flynn, c .
Mitchell, cf
Houradau, 3b
Milo, p . .
Hardison .
Totals 36 5 10 27 6
Ferguson grounded out for Ber
nard in, 9th.
Hardjson homered for Milo
9th.
Score By Innings
Carta Vieja 004 010 102- 11
Marlboro 000 000 0235 10
in
SUMMARY Errors: Wilhelm,
Altman, Gabler 2, Clark. Runs
batted in: Peeples, Wilhelm, Na Napoleon,
poleon, Napoleon, Altman, Kern 3, Hardison
2 Earned runs: Carta Vieia 6,
Marlboro 5. Two base hits: Kern
2. Altman 2, JMapleon, Mitchell.
Home runs: Wilhelm, Hardison.
Stolen base: Houradau. Wild
pitch: Milo 2, Slack Struckout: By
Milo 4, Slack 8. Bage on balls: Off
Milo 3. Left on base: Carta Vieja
7: Marlboro 5. Winning pitcher:
Slack (3 2). Losing pitcher: Milo
(7-4). Umpires: Hinds, Thornton,
Corrigan. Attendance: 260. Time
of game: 1:56

sual circumstance concerning
Luebke it is boliovod an ex exception
ception exception will b mdr

Last night Slack picked up his
third victory against two setbacks
while giving up ten hits, one of
which was a ninth-inning, two-run
homer by a pinchmtter pitcher
Jim Hardison. Spider Wilhelm hit
a solo roundtnpper for the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees in the seventh frame.
The Yankees had given Slack a
6-0 lead up to the eighth inning but
the Smokers spoiled his bid for
a shutout when they plated their
first two markers in the bottom of
eighth.
Carta Vieja scored two more
tallies in the top of the ninth to
increase its margin to 8-2 and
Marlboro pushed across the three
runs in the last half of the same
inning for the final 8-5 score.
Boh Milo, who permitted 11
safeties, was the loser to make his
record 7-4.
The Beermen and the Kings play
tomorrow night in the finale.
ABERNATHY WIN STREAK
AT SEVEN
Without a loss so far, Aberna
thy Unisport s win streak hit sev
en games Friday when tney
knock Pan Liquido third place
with a 6-to-5 win.
Two of the league's best pitch
ers chucked the' distance. Al Aus-
mus was the winner for Unisport
and McNair Lane, Pan Liquido's
ace, the loser for the third time
against Unisport.
A two-run single by Hooper in
the sixth gave the Unisporters a
lie score against Sam Catlett's
Beermen but Trout's single and
McGlade's interference accounted
for Abernathy's extra winning tal tally.
ly. tally. A supporting home-run for A A-bernathy
bernathy A-bernathy came off the bat of Al
Husted in the second inning to
deep rightpcenter.
Ausmus struck-out eight Beer Beermen
men Beermen to increase his average as
Lane took t,wo rivals.
The box
Abernathy
Taht
Woodruff
Woods
Helzinger
Ausmus
Jones
Husted
Hooper
Trout.
Chance
Totals
score:
Unisport
AB
3
1
3
4
3
3
2
3 0
3 0
3 0
28 8 7
Pan Liquido
McArthur
Carlin, Bill
1 Kosik
AB
3
4
3
4
3
3
3
3'
Nesbitt
Ostrea
Lane
McGlade
Morales
Loubaugh
Totals
29 5( 5
EAGLES SIGN GRIBOSKI
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Jim
Griboski, a-6-9, 295-pound tackle
with sandlot experience has been
signed by the Philadelphia Eagles
of the National Football League
The young eiartt from nearby
Phoenixville, Pa., is believed to
be the biggest player in the ,NJfL.
TODAr-ENCANTO-35-20
TRIPLE ATTRACTION I.
"ESCAPADE IN JAPAN"
"MAN IN THE ROAD"
"CORONATION OF POPE
JOHN XXIII"
"

ovie Highlights Oj$ Qpm

By TED WILBIR
"If; anyone asks vou about that
Hollywood looking e h a r a e t e r
with his cap turned around like an
oia-ame movie director, tell them
he's not .directing, but he is tak
ing;' :
Thu was George Hall, Special
Kepresentttive of the USPGA and
Supervisor of the Caribbean Golf
Tour speaking '(George is also
Chairman of the PGA Magazine
committee, which publishes
"PGA Professional Golfer', the of
ficial' monthly magazine of the
Professional Golfers' Association
of America.)
"Taking what?"- I inquired. "1
see Johnny Mahoney of Warwick,
R. I. standing" there with a movie
camera. I know he's one of the
ten young pros from the U.S. who
is paying his Own expense on this
tour. So what does he do? Take
pictures to- defray 'some of his
expenses?" i
'Well," George' continued, "It's
wni mignt be a short story,
but we hope it will be a long one.
Johnny is .the Vice Chairman of
ine jrtrAs Teaching Committee, and
is making this trip as a pro play player.
er. player. 'In addition, under the aiisniri
of the PGA, he is taking pictures
ot eacn or tne tourneys here in
ranama, in Valencia, Venezuela,
in Kingston, Jamaica, and in San
Juan, ruerto Rico. These pictures
are in color too. Actually, whilp Hp
is possibly most interested in tak
ing iotos or tfte golf play, he is
also very interested in taking pic pictures
tures pictures of the locale, such as exist in
great quantity here in Panama.
Pictures of the cathedral at Pa Panama
nama Panama Viejo, the pat arch, Las Bo Bo-vedas,
vedas, Bo-vedas, the Plaza de Francis the
new Palacio Nacional, and dozens
of t)ther places ahve been taken,
as well as pictures of the people
going to and from workshops,
cars, hotels, etcetera."
"But what is he eoine tn rin
all these 'pictures.' Georee" Are
they just for the- PGA records or
something?" I asked.
No, but that is the BIO M
he replied. 'As I said, he is tak
ing thes, color pictures under the
auspices of the PGA. After this
Canbben tour, we will have the
films edited, and made up in a set
for each country, and tournament.
We will then, as I have tentative-
auaugeu ii mane several co
pies ot each film and distribute
them to all the clubs possible in
the States, through sectional and
regional associations."
"We hope in this way," he con con-tnuea,
tnuea, con-tnuea, "to stimulate a, lot of the
young pros to matte this CariDbean
tour.- i tam firmiy ot tne belief
tnat the association oi our younger
players witn tne people ot inese
canoDen countries is one ot tne
ways we can Dest improve our
iciauuus. wun 'tnem, ana not
tnrougrt' a lot of papers;' '.
besides, Hail said, "there
are dozens of goners in each coun
u-y wno neeo. summation, and who
uccu iicip. uur young pioa, ,u-
iu J"ai iuayius, will fcet 10
meet uiese young cariooeu gof
ers anu can ueip them witn uieir
gou game, as well as meet tneu
sociauy. in wis manner, we
get ueip.
mai Dnngs up another point.
'i "c wryiy, "we trom Uie
unueu states can do niucn nere,
uu in mese otnercountries tnat
we snouiu mae a real, nonesi
to-gooouness exiort 10 uo it. bports,
01 course, is proDaDiy one- ot tne
oest ways, ana naturally, i tee:
tnat gou is tne Desi. oecause wnne
mi it a spectator snnrr it muot
. -IT
iui. ui peopie a cnance to mmgie
wnn all oi our youne pros, j.uki.
tninK in previous years you naa
ten or tweive ot tne oest pros in
me biates here. Tnis year we aave
37! Tnat means tnrte times as
many golfers get to meet 37 times
as many peopie. in aaaition, tnis
year we startea the amateurs play
mg witn tne proiessionats some
ming we naven't done here be-
lore. i tnink that is one of the
linest ways we can Ueip tne ta-
riDDen goiters, and I intend to im
pr6ve on it next year."
"Another thing and very im important,"
portant," important," Hall said, "fae showing
or. these pictures and eacn one
win De tun length, about each
country the snowing of these
nims arouna all the ciubs in tnp
United States will helD. a lot ot
people unaerstand that tnese places
are not just a lot ot thatcneu hus.
(Which of course is not alwavs
their lauit, he noted) 1 personally
believe that the showing of the golf
tournament of Panama, for exam
ple, will be of great interest to
goffers. The showing of pictures
of Panama and its suburb, the
beautiful homes, the old city, and
the like, in addition, will add ereat-
ly to the interest of these people.
h mignt resuu in good tourist busi business,
ness, business, too!" he added, with a
laugh.
"Yeah, then you and Mahoney
can take a cut from Elton Todd."
I said.
"Anyway," Hall continued, 'John

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GETTING OUT OF THE ROUGH Panama Open .champion
Pete Cooper shoots from the f'rough" onto the 17th green for

' a birdie to virtually wrap up the

gram Cup. Two-time lormer champion Booerto Devicenzo,. ;
who along with defending champion Bob Watson played ia"
the same group with the new champ, studies the position of;
hte ball while awaiting his turn.

ny is taking aa tnese pictures,
and we hope to have tnem printea
in time for you to have them here
soon. Paul Moran 1 believe ne s
the Secretary of, the Panama Golf
Association .asked me just this
morning about getting golf pictures
from the PGA, and this will be the
very best we can lurmsn. 1 nave
great Jiooes for thisadea. and we
;want .you to' publicize them when
you get tnem. ti possioie, get tnem
in some of the local theatres, so
that the people here can see what
we have done about their country
in film and I. guarantee you
that everything we show will be of
great credit to Panama!"
A couple Of things were left
out of the .reporting of the tourna tournament
ment tournament naturally .enough cine
of which was that Panama's own
Johnny MacMurray flipped in an
eagle 3 on the 497 yard No. 3 hole
on Friday morning, Johnny, who
finished in the fifth amateur slot
with 305, was mighty proud of his
feat, since it was the only eagle
recorded on No. 3 in the tourna
ment.
Our popular Don Roberto, after
three rounds of 69-73-69, had his
troubles on Sunday. He was press
ing to get ahead of Finsterwald
and Vossler, who were tied with
him in fourth place with 211, and
to disclpdge Bob Watson in third
place. Playing with Cooper and
Watson, he took a double bogey
6 -on the 352 yard No. 2 (from the
back tee), but picked, up a stroke
by a birdie on No. 3. He bogeye.d
No.. 4, birdied No. 5, parred Nos
6, 7, 8 and 9 for a l over-par 37,
He started out with a venge
ftnee on Nq. 10, but got a bogey
5. When his tee shot on. the par 3,
185-yard No. 11 fell short of the
green, he was intensely disgust
ed. Walking up to his ball, he did
something he had not done in se seven
ven seven years here. He was so angry
that he threw his club to the grou
on the slope of No. 11, but quick quickly
ly quickly recovered it. Poor Don Rober Roberto!
to! Roberto! He's so popular that if he
threw a club into the bashes, he'd
still be as popular. "I go home
now," he said later. "I play very
poor golf. I go home and learn
how to play." That was-the little
boy coming out. He knows, deep
down inside, that the people of Pa Panama
nama Panama and the Canal Zone have- a
great affection for him our two two-time,
time, two-time, course-bustin' champion, who
can come back to Panama .any
time he wants, where it is a dis distinct
tinct distinct pleasure to see him.
It is interesting to note that four
MUSIC BY AMATO
NO COVER

$10,000 tournmaent' and Sea-

of the young pros who are givicf
generously of their time and moi ''
ney to make the Caribbean tour on
their own, came into a little ef"'
the prize money. Joe Moore, Jr.,
of White Plains, N.Y., was 9th with
a 78-70-72-69 for 289, icHiite an
improvement after that windy firsr"'
day!); Tommy Strafaci of Brodsv"
lyn was 14th with 70-75-74-74 29 J.'
We might mention' here, too, that1 A
mis is wnere our popular b b torm
,er Panama Open "(1947) and Isth-'
mian Amateur Champion Dr. Herb
Mitten rode home to take the 1959

Amateur Championship of ..the PSmmmJ

nag upen. vAnd: with, the same -!

score he made in.l947i" fYes." saSl 5L

Hero, Dut the course was no?
nearly as difficult asit-,issnow
Sejveral of the holesafe
tongpx:
ana nave Deen matte par 4 in
stead of 3's." So. he worked hard.
er, but he is another two-Urn
champion like Don Roberto.
Getting back to the pro winners,
Bob Hamrich, of Champaign, Illi
nois slipped into a tie for 15th
place in the prize money with none" none"-less
less none"-less than Herman Barron, one-time.. ;
Tam O'Shanter World Champion,
and Henry Castillo of Tampa. Bob
had 73-71-75-76 for 294. Following
him, in a tie for 20th, was BiU
Erfurth, playing out of the Lincoln Lincoln-shire
shire Lincoln-shire C. C. at Crete Illinois, about

w mnes soutn of Chicatfo. Thjfc i

these four won helps stimulate oth- i.,V,

ers, ana we nope they'll all come"
back next year! u ;

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Cristobal High Wins Again; Meets Bells Fotifir&tialfcMlei

;DXESDAT, FEBRUARY 4, 1959

w, Edrtori CONRADO 8ARCEANT
' k'
'I - I ' A 'ill

RnftlPHANT RETURN Bright Spur hits the finish line a

ecK rahead ot. verginamt w mate gooo uuuuicaouuiu v
nrtn Wdintirin: that tils classy Irish colt, would return to

lie &cs a winner1 despite a layoff of several months. Veteran

ristfen:ReboIledo jrode Bright spur wnue Jose wuo n

it up on Verglnaux. "The angle tnat tne picture was tasen ai
ves th impression" that the ivictory 'margin was more than

u(ldpgs:Overpover JC 11-1
etiind Jeff Kline's 6-Hitter

he Bulidog '6f Biloa High
tool proved once again that they
re in a, class by ; themselves
ere Scholastic baseball is cOh-

During each of -Junior College's
tnes o fat this, season J. C haS
pwn Improvement in some phase

the game,, unfortunately ,ior

ryumean improvemem in pnc

fcect of the game fttcurs a re-

ssion appears in some otner

tse af the game,
lie JC outfield showed improve-

nt in the person of Ricky Casi-

neophyte outfielder, wno maae
eral spectacular catches and
ounted for the only J.C. RBI

the came.. College also looked

Iter in the base-on-balls depart-

nt.giving up only three tree

pses me ureen ana mu
U nmiserably defensively, exe-

injspven errors.

In ttie Bulldog side of the ledg-

wemust credit eleven big rots,

ludine extra base blows by

Migaber and French. Schwartz-

k led the bus anacK wiui z 101

itn Lem jurxiana gewn im
ffiflin nicked uo: his second

tory: over the Peyils giving up

six hits and holding on to a shut shutout
out shutout until the final frame.
No JC batter was able to get
more than one bait hit. Spurlbck,
Harley, Trimble, Crawford,' Casi Casi-ra
ra Casi-ra and Oakley each hit safely one
time.
The box scorv

BHS E AB R H 0 A
Morris ..... 2 2 1 1 5 1
Ratheeber 5th .. 0 2 1J1 1 1
Engelke . . .04 t 2 0 0
Ammirati 0 4 2 2 4 3
Kirkland .....0 3 0 2 3 0
Ness 0 3 1 1 2 0
Pajak 5th .... 0 1 0 0 2 1
French 0 3 0 1 1 0
Pearl 5th .... 0 1 0 0 1 0
Schwarzrock ... 0 2 2 0 2 0
Klipper 0 3 '2 1 0 1
Kline 03000 1
JC
Pederson .... 1 0 0 0 1 2
Mead .130010
Oakley 13 0 10 3
Trimble ..... 1 3 0 1 0 2
Crawford ....031180
Harley ..... 0 2 0 1 1 0
Perry 6th . ,r 0 1 0 0 0 0
Snurlock . ... 1 3 0 100
Gibson . . 2 2 0 0 6 0
Casira .. . 0 3,0 1 4 0

teas' ?

hejos

lomas

Yesterday's Results
Palomas 11, Ocelots 10
;;. Today's Came
-"Macaws vs Pumas

n an exciting game played yes yes-day
day yes-day the Palomas team defeated
Ocelots team to the tune of 11
10 runs in six innings.
V. Ashton went all the way on

mound for the Faiomas anp

hie out victorious anK i

brilliant play by catcher rrea
Hdldston who caught the center
Ider Jack Devero's throw to put

RoJT Bettis at the plate,
hief umpire .Andres Alonso's
ision was the cause for a big

cussion. Chief Barreton, man-

STANDING OF tf AM$

5 3

ims
slots
-icQi

caws

Pet.
.714
.667
.667
.429
.333
.250

fft To Broadcast

night's Kobfe

syton Ball Game

Thf baseball game between
Mart Kebbe Regulars and the

frt.'Clayton Cavaliers, schedul scheduler
er scheduler 7 p.m. tonight will be

oaflcast ever cpn Rjdie

bmes Pattnon ana m-sgr. ki ki-rl
rl ki-rl D. Nordqulit of the CFN
Lff will provide the play-by-

y account and color.

llMrtUNCE CARLING OPEM

CLyELAND, Ohio (UP11 This

pr s uarung opeu juu wmu-

nt jyill be held here Aug.. 6-B
Dart of the Cleveland Seaway

lar Celebration. The tourney last

i j field in Cleveland m law.
is wear's event will be .played

ler the Seneca public golf tourse.

ager of the Ocelots, protested, but

in our opinion the umpire was cor

rect in his judgment.

Ocelots scored five runs in the

first inning starting with a dou

ble by Gary Anderson and a home

run with bases loaded by- Mike
Dubbs. But the Palomas team re retaliated
taliated retaliated with six runs without a
single hit. Eight Palomas' men

were walked in that inning.

with the score at 8 to 6 in the

fourth inning, Palomas added four

more runs with hits by.Beatwrteht

Huddleston, Borg and C. Brad-

shaw.

Jack Devore scored the decisive

run in the fifth.

Bettis. Ocelots' star sitcher. was

the loser of the game.

The box score:

Ocelots Ab R H

L. French, ss-2b 3 3 2
Rndy cf-p-cf ..4 1 2
W. French, p-ss 2 0 0
Bettis, If-p .22 2

G. Anderson, lb 4 1 1

M. Dubbs, c ,.3 2 2

A. Anderson. 2b-3b 2 0 1

T. Albritton, 3b-cf-lf .. ..2 1 0

Mosses, it Z 0 0

Totals 24 10 10
Palomas

Devore J., cf . .. .. ..I

Boatwright, ss 1

Huddleston, c

B. Browder, lb 3

Berg S. 3b

W, Ashton, p
Bradshaw C.
Boostrom, If

Bradshaw D.,

Totals

2b

Big: Game
Tomorrow
At ML Hope

of

. Standings

Atlantie Twilight

Teams

Cristobal High
Powells

BeUs
CHS-Alumni

Baseball
W L.Pct.

4 1
4 2
2 3
1 i

.800

d67

400
.167

Monday's Results
Cristobal High 10 Alumni I
Tomorrow's Game
Bells vs CHS
By TR IVOR SIMONS

The first half title of the Atlantic
Twilight League came within
sight of the rampaging Tigeis
Monday night at Mount Hope

Stadium, but the league leaders
had td come from behind twice to

score their 10 to 8 win over Alum
ni and place., the first half deci

sion squarely on the outcome of

tomorrow night's game with Bells
the final game of the half.

The game was as erratic as was

the Sunday afternoon victory over

Fowells that swept CHS into the

lead and a commanding postion

for first naif honors. Six Alumui

errors played a big role in their

defeat.

Cristobal took the early lead

when four Singles in the upper
first netted a pair of runs. But
that lead was Sh6rt-lived whn
Alumni's Dave Mann tripled with

Legnadier and Ames aboard to
knot the count in their half of the

Opening frame. Corky Karpinski,

starting pitcher for the Alumni

men settled down and retired the

Tigers f6r four innings, scoreless

and muess. .
t.

In the meantime, the Alumni

bats were not as the moved out

in front with a single rtu in the

third and four more in the fourth.

all off: Cristobal's startine oticher.

John Wainio. The Tigers1 came

back to life in their half of the

sixin irame and. camtauzina on

three walks, produced an equal

amount oi hits capped by George
Cotton's three base blow that
caused the removal of Karpinski
in favor of Hatei who. cot Don

aruce on a roller to third. When

the dust had cleared Cristobal had
scored 5 times and tied the game

ai au.

The Alumni came back in their

naif of the 6th and scored a single
run on a walk to Dnnahmt. m.

crifice and Larrv" Ames' aintrle to

right, his second hitiof the night:

inn Aiumni came Within nnn

pitcn of winning the game, with
running all the way down to the

iinai batter; but Cristobal High

was not to be denied, with two

away, Hatl walked three Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal batters to load the sacks.
Suddenly recovering hi mnfrnl

tne Aiumni Ditcher threw tum

strikes past Don Humphrey, but
on the next pitch the Cristobal
left-fielder lined a single to right
field, his second hit of the night,
driving in Lutz and Vinas.
Kulig and Cotton then drew pas

ses to push across, another Tiger
tally. Kulls relieved Wainin in

the lower half of the seventh after

uie u-istobai pitcher had been

uiieo tor a pinch-hitter, and retir

ed the side without any further

ixouDie.
First Half Endi Tamarraiv

Tomorrow night the first half of

uie Atlantic Twilight League of-

iicuu scneauie enos with game
between CHS and Bells. A CWsui CWsui-bal
bal CWsui-bal victory will give the Tigers the

iirst nan championship, but if
Bells can come up with their

uura wis oi tne season then Cris-

iopai ano roweiis will have to olay

oh tne first half In a single game

ummajr aiierooon.

voacn Ingram's choice for the
clincher will probably be Jim Pa Pa-lumbo
lumbo Pa-lumbo while Bells are expected to
send Jim Mann to the bill to put
the damper on the Cristobal

uiarcn in me Twiugnt League.
The box score:

20 11 4

Score By Innings
SUMMARY Earned Runs:

Ocel6ts 5, Palomas 10. RBI: Ru

dy, Dubbs 4, G. Anderson, Devore,
Beatwright, 2, Huddleston, Berg 2,
Ashton. C. Bradshaw 2. Boostrom.

Home Run: Dubbs. Double plays:

Beatwright to ,C Bradshaw to
BroWder; X. Trench; (Unassisted).
Sacrifices Devore' Beat wrlght,

Dubbs. Stolen bases: W. French,

I. Anderson. Albritton 3. Huddle

ston, Berg. Left on, bases: Ocelots
4, Palomas 5. Strikeouts: Ashton
3, Rudy 4, Bettis 3. Bases on balls:

Ishton 5. w.; French 7. Rudv 4.'

Bettla.1, W. Ashton, 1. Umpires:
a -- A 1 wn i v ...

noxea.((uon5orc'ranj5,: Stewart.
Scorer: C. A. Palomo. Time of

2:04. .v

fu. X I Name:

Cristobal High
Wilder 2b-ss
Humphrey lf-2b
Kulig 3b-ss-p
Cotton c
Bruce rf
McGioin ss
Hernandez 3!
Palumbo
Tomokim 3h

WiU cf-lf
Lutz lb

Wainio p
Vines cf
Totals
CHS-Aluninl
Legnadier 3b
Hatgi p
Irving 2b
CasUllo 2b
Ames c
Mann, D ss-3b
Palumbo lb
Perez ss.
Sandera IS' ,'
Karpinski p--lb
Crook cf
Swalm, rf
Donahue rf
Tots Is

Ab
3
5
8
4
5
3
0
1
0
2
3
1
0

30 10

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1 2

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2
4

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2
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21 12

Scorobylnnlngs
Score by Innings
Cristobal H. 2 0 0 0 0 3 310

CHS-Alumni 2 0 1 0 4 1 0-4

10
16

Mutual

Ls
Legion r-r'.

x'u-ates

fouct rais

Coca Cola

Omaha

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3
4
4
5Vi

Thursday afternoon, the Police j

Pus anu undeieaied Mutual of
ud one half innings of bssebad,
before r ain stopped the gs me,

Luther Quinn and Kenny Knr-

pinSki were hooked up in the
j ear's finest pitching duel. The

game will be resumed on Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning, Feb. 14, at JO a.m.
The strong Elks' club added
another victory to their fast
growing string on Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon when they suddenly came

to life to score a 6 to win over

the Coca Cola Bottlers. John San

ders' tbiev four hit ball as he

picked up his third win of the
season. Ralph Bender was chaf chafed,
ed, chafed, with the loss, although he had
a no hitter going into the fifth.

Wih two out in the fifth. Ben

der hit batter Matt Manning with

pitched ball, and the incident

seemed to shake him ud for be

fore the inning was over, the Elk-

men had scored four runs and
gathered four hits. Again in the
sixth they scored two more on
hit and. a walk. Coca Cola start

ed a rally going in the last in

ning but thj scoring of two runs

wss not enough to overtake the
Elks.

John Sanders snd Raloh Ben

der each hit a double while tri triples
ples triples were clouted by Nicky
Brooks, and Keith McLeod. -The
two Terrys, Tobin hd Conley
made fine catches to rob Jonn
Sanders of .'hits in the first and

fo. Jth Innings.

The boil, scori;
Elks "r

Will, rf
Brooks, N., tss
Sanders, Jo., p

eBoyrie. cf

Motta, c
Pabon, 3b
Sanders, Ja., 2b
Acheson, lb
Manning, If
Fettler. If

Brooks, R., If

Totals

Coca Cole
Williford. 2b

Tobin, ss

Bender, p

Hutchings, e

conley, cf
McLeod, 3b
firnnfiAv IK

Stanford, If
Snyder, If
ViTainio, rf

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

1 '2

win of the year while Terry To Tobin
bin Tobin took the pitching loss for his
team. Over the six inning route
Sanchez struck out 10 men, allow allowed
ed allowed but four hits,' and both uns
scored again t him were unearn unearned.
ed. unearned. Vera McNamee struck out
five and allowed five hits.
The. Cola team played poorly
in the field, being charged with
8 erros. At the pla'.e only three
extra base hits were made.' Thy
wer doubles by Terry Tobin,
Ralph Bender and Woody Smit'i.
Vern McNamee and Woody Smith
tted in t runs each.

The box score:
Police
Tiirrj, ss
Mason, 3b
icivaia a, p 2b

Karpinski, c
Hakanson, R.
Cwen, rf
Hotsko, cf
Cooper, If
Smith, lb
Totals
Coca Cola
Williford, "2b
Tobin, 89, p
Bender, cf, ss

Hutchings, c

conley, lb,
McLeod, 3b
Sanchez, p lb
Griffon, If
Wainio, If
Snyder, rf
Totals

Ab R H E

2b, p

32 7 8 3

24 4 7 8

23 6 I 0

Totals

Elks

Coca

Seore by

Cola

22 I 4 1

Innings
000 0426 5

00012-3 4 1

Saturday morning, the Police

Pals and Coca Cola nlaverf off

tneir game which was rained out

last Monday. The Police ex

pioded in the seventh inning to
break no a 2 to 2 tie and en on

to defeat the battlers 7 to 4. Ver

non McNamee and Rickey San

chez were the starting Ditchers

and when they had to leave the

mound by regulation after Ditch-

ing six innings, the score stood

at 2 all, in this the year's first

extra inning game.

Two new pitchers came on to

work the .seventh inning, and

the Police greeted Terry Tobin

with four hit, five run barrage

Coca Cola tried their best to get
a seventh Inning rally going, but
all they could do with Ricky Ha-

aanson was a two nit, two run

rally.

Hakanson chalked up his first

Along The Fairways

WOMEN GOLFERS AT AMADOR

Although it was the week of

the Panama Open there was a
good turnout for last Thursday's
Ladies Dsy at Amador.

Jean Hill copped first Dlace in

tne low net tournament with

61. Mary Faison's 64 won second

place and Helen Sliker came in

third with a U.

Lila Strumph's 36 putts took

the prize lor tne weekly low putt

tournament.

This week s low net tourna

ment is expected to draw an en

thusiastic group of sharpshooters

eager to apply tips picked ud

during tne Panama uoif open.

- ELKS
La Boca Rd. 1 1 'v
Friday Hl

Score bv Innings

Pnlic Pali 1 000 lfiS 7 8 3

Coca Cola 0 002 002-4 7 8

' PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Malor Division

Teams W L

Lincoln Life 7 1
Gibraltar Life 12
Elks 1414 4 3
Seymour Agency 3 4
Sour Cola 3 5

Police 9 7

Farm Division

Seymour Agency 6 0
Mutual of Omaha 3 2
Gibraltar Life 3 3
Kiwis 13
Police Jrs. 1 3
Cyrnos 0 4
Spur Cols 7 Seymour Agency 1
Coming to bat in the third in

ning tne Spur Cola soft drinking
lads, exploded for seven big runs

and that was tne ban game

During this outburst The Spurs

racked up five hits and were as

sited by three fielding miscues in

this big inning.

After this one inning the Spur
Cola were kept in check by

George Black, and his teammates
gave him good support. Spurred
on by the big inning, Spur Cols
pitcher Paul Zelnick pitched a

good 'game, allowing only two

singles, both going to the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour shortstop Watson.
Both teams are out of the race
for the first half, but are out to
upse some of the top teams and
have aa say as to who will be the
champs.
Seymour Agency 13
Gibraltar Life Jr. 0
Seymour Agency in the Farm
Division unlike its parent club in
the Majors, is making a run runaway
away runaway of the Farm Loop. They
fattened their first place position

Dy trouncing the uibraitars, 13 to
1. Three players got more than
one safety, for the Champs to be
Gallarido and Yozon both had two
for four, and Gibraltar's Romero

had two for three.

Spur Cola
Hele 3b
Bowen 2b
McCullough ss
Mikulich c
Hoenke lb
Robertson cf
Horsley rf
Zelnick p
D La Pens
Seymour
Spencer If
Watson ss
Black p
Canavaggio cf
Robinson c
Stabler rf
Farrell lb
Rogers 2b
Keneally 3b

Cricket News

The Wanderers Cricket Club got
off to a flying start last Sunoay
when they soundly trounced the
Excelsior C.C. in the League open opener
er opener played at the Rainbow City O O-val.
val. O-val. Final scores .were : Escetsior
78 runs, Wanderers 90 for 4 wick wickets.
ets. wickets. With three of their best play

ers reporting ill, Excelsior ut.iiz-

ed only eight wickets in ama;ng

their total, aided by contributions

of 25 from Paul Harper, and 17

from Gerald Small, despite the:

fine bowling performances of R.
Escalona (2 for 0), A. Denn s (4
for 2), and "Red" Roberts (2 for7
18).

In turn, the Wanderers club re received
ceived received excellent batting support
from their opening pair of George
(17), and completed the rout with
a slashing attack of 26 runs from
the bat Of A. Belgrave.
The successful Excelsior bowlers
were: M. Perch, 3 for 30 and A.
Barret, 1 for 22. Midland C.C. take
on the Surrey club in the second
encounter of the season next Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The season's schedule as releas released
ed released by the Atlantic Cricket League:
2 1-59 Excelsior CC vs Wand Wanderers
erers Wanderers CC (Heights)
2-8-59 Surrey CC vs M.dland
CC (Heights)
2- 15-59 Wanderers CC vs Sur Surrey
rey Surrey CC (Heights)
2 22-59 Cragwell CC vs Excel Excelsior
sior Excelsior CC (Heights)
3- 1-59 Surrey CC vs Cragwell
CC (Heights)
3-8-59 MidlSnd CC vs Wand Wanderers
erers Wanderers CC (Heights)
3-15-59 Midland CC vs Crag Cragwell
well Cragwell CC (Heights)
3-22-59 Excelsior CC vs Sur Surrey
rey Surrey CC (Heights)
3-29-59 Wanderers CC vs Crag Cragwell
well Cragwell CC (Heights)
3- 29-59 Excelsior CC vs Mid Midland
land Midland CC (Mt. Hope)
4- 5-59 All Star Game.
4-12-59 Midland CC vs Excel-
sior CC (Heights)
4-12-59 Cragwell CC vs Wand Wanderers
erers Wanderers CC (Mt. Hope)
4-19-59 Surrey CC vs Excel Excelsior
sior Excelsior CC (Mt. Hope)
4-19-59 Cragwell CC vs Mid Midland
land Midland CC (Heights)
4-26-59 Wanderers CC vs Mid-

RES

Mallahan

Jenkins
Hilzinger
Romero
Thompson
Peterson
Foster
Beardall
Cornish
Craig
W. Jenkins

Gibraltar Jr.

Bfdgie

Gallardo

.uzon

Anguizola
Wallace

Moses
Ostenso

Whitney.

Albritton

Seymour Jr.

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4 1 2
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3 0 0
3 0 0
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2 0 0
2 0 0
3 0 0
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3 0 2
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HIGHEST QUALITY FOR THE LOWEST PRICE,

LATIN AMERICAN SCHOOL
BOYVPNG LEAGUE
Last Wednesday GuUpride re
moved all element ot doubt fruni
anyone's mind regarding the tirsl
place o'. the league. Gulfpnde is i
now the chamo- of the league
Last week their sponsor was
there to cheer for them and mw
the team take 3 points fruin
Volkswagen.
Segura led the oilmen with a
483 series and frevino cut 120
pins down. For Volkswagen, Ssr
na rolled a 465 and Stevens a 381.
WSldron helped n his race for
most improved pliyer.
Marlboro held on to second
place by taking 3 points from La
Mascots. To judge by the rack racket
et racket that these te?m were mak making,
ing, making, you knew that they had qu.te
a tabble gong and save for one
game that Marlboro won going
away, the other two games were
as tight as a piston in a cylinder
For M"rlhoro, Taylor and (lo (lo-mez
mez (lo-mez rolled a 440, and Martinez a
393 series. For La Mascota, Op'o
lead his team with 435 pins and
Ferreira pitch in 368.
The Mercurio Jewelers kept in
the running for second olace by
taking 3 previous jewels from
Crawford Agencies, They just ma managed
naged managed to rake the 3 points
even with a one-man handicap.
BSrnhart, 1 mp and all, led the
ioyeros with a 432 series, Vargas
helped with 4 388 for Crawford
Agencies Spiros howled a 446 and
MirSnda a 351 series.
Cerveza Balboa was left out
land CC (Mt. Hope)
4- 26-59 C ragwell CC vs Surrey
CC (Heights)
5- 3-59 EXcelsior CC vs Crag Cragwell
well Cragwell CC (Mt. Hope)
5-3-59 Surrey CC vs Wander Wanderers
ers Wanderers CC (Heights)
5-10 59 Midland CC vs Surr?y
CC (Mt. Hope)
5-10-59 Wanderers CC vs Ex
celsior CC (Heights)
Games start at 12:30 p.m. sharp.

of the race for second place whes
hey dropped -3 points to Nations
Kadio. Tough break-, to coin
iJ'rase. Some of us have it, sonr
of us don't. Last week Los Cei
veceros were O.T.L.
For National Radio, f ghtin
iike m d to get out oi the eellei
were Hervey and Hodge with
183 and 407, respectively. Fc
Cerveza Balboa, Burkhalter an
Di Paulo rolled their usual if n(
their best but un'oruunMely the
were not helped by the rest e
.he team.
Team Sanding

Gulfpride 554 241
Marlboro 47Vi 32',
Mercurio Jewelers 44
Cerveza Balboa 41 39
National Radio Zi is
La Mascota 33 t7
Volkswagen 32Va 4?'
Crawford Agencies 32W 471

Pacific Worctn's
Softball 1 igue
Meeting Tomorrow

I Members of the Pacific Won

en s Sof ball League are reques
ed to at'-snd 'n imoortan mee
ing whirb wi'l be held at the Pi
raiso Civic Center tomorrc
night.
League president Mrs. Guillei
mina Spcer has advised that an
further de'ay in ge ting the se;
son started will lead to unfavoi
able results.
The first meeting the yea
was held Monday night but b(

I cause of the absence of Jos

French o' Viceroy and Joh
'Y-SKt o' the P'"ro ,f'2up' squat
it was necessary to call anothe
meeting.

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BafdVia't furnished apartments
at Santa Blara Beach. Talephon
Smith. Gambo 302.
PHILLIPS OeeaneWe Cartas
Santa CUra R. d P. Phone Pa Pa-aama
aama Pa-aama -177 Cristobal 3-1673.
Fetter cottage, between Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
rate. Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR NT: Furnished, two
bedroom, independent house,
with garden, for two months. Call
San Francisco 3-5638.
FOR RENT: COTTAGE, 3 bod bod-rooms
rooms bod-rooms air conditioned, furnished,
includes Bendix washer, freezer.
Large livingroom, porch, terrace,
generous patio. Golf Heights
near sea. Separate maid's quart quarters,
ers, quarters, bohio. 3 months starting
March, $250, talephon 4-1391,
and 4-1392.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
with all conveniences. For thre
month, from February 1 1 th.
48th street No. 15.
FOR RENT: For first erf Feb February,
ruary, February, 3 bedroom chalet, hot
water, everything modern. Phon
3-3578, Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
Gold
By HERBERT MOISI
RAINBOW CITY Manager
Paul Walker of the newly named
Stevedore Morris defending cham cham-Dions
Dions cham-Dions of the Rainbow City Open
Classification Softball League, will
be the haooiest man around the
circuit come 11:30 p.m. tonight.
For th first time in 13 ye"ars,
the record-making manager of
the champs will be seeing his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Walk Walker,
er, Walker, and his sister, Mary. The W.
family arrives at Tocumen at that
hour for an extended vacation tiat
will afford them the opportunity
of seeing Paul guide his ''Fighting
Firemen during the 1959 season,
Paul told this writer that the plan
ned their arrival so that they may
be on hand for opening day of
the Rainbow City Open Classifi Classification"
cation" Classification" Softball League on Feb. 21
at 2:30 p.m.
The Walkers will reside in Coco
Solo with Paul at Building 235-Apt.
C. Thev will answer all calls on
telephone 503 Coco Solo.
Coming out of Somerset. Pa
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Walker and
their daughter should find the
warm Atlantic side sun a welcome
change in temperature.
This writer, the board of direc
tors of the Rainbow City Open
Classification and all the followers
of the Walker managed Stevedore
Morris trem join in extending

Houses

Rooms

Commerca

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

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Super chargers
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50
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Cia. Istmena tie
Auto Servicio, S.A.
Frangipani St
Tel. 2-1870
Whatever
Happened to .
FORREST (SPiC) TOWNS
Forrest (Spec) Towns was the
ereatest high-hurdler of his day.
an era spanning the years imme immediately
diately immediately before and just after the
1936 Olympic games. The limber
Georgian won the Olympic gold
medal with a new 110-meter rec record
ord record of 14.2 seconds at Berlin. Two
years later, his world mark of
13.7 for the same event cauea
"incredible" at the time was ac
cepted as the official standard.
Whatever happened to Spec
Towns? He is just starting his
17th season as head track coach

gt the University of Georgia..

ESennfl

Apartments
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-nishew
nishew fur-nishew two bedroom apartment,
hot water, Campo Alegr. linen,
dishes. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: On 48 street Bella
Vista modern two bedroom Apt.
On 46 street, Riviora Apt.,
another two bedroom Apt., din
ing, living, porch, balconies, two
bathrooms, maid' room and ga garage.
rage. garage. Call Panama 2-4696. From
8 a.m. to 12 noon.
FOR RENT: Comfortable, fur furnished,
nished, furnished, small apartment. Air Air-conditionad,
conditionad, Air-conditionad, private bathroom,
telephone, porch, in residential
area. Saul Monde 3-3516.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or independent room.
Beautiful residential section.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished, on
bedroom apartment. Three bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet. 168 Via Belisario
Porras, garage.
$50.00 furnished apartment.
North American neighbor, good
transportation. Tel. 2-3343, 3 3-0471.
0471. 3-0471. FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment clean, cool "Chalet
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Tel. 3-7658.
APPOINT AGENT
CHICAGO (UPI) The Fjell Fjell-Oranje
Oranje Fjell-Oranje Line announced yesterday
the Georgian Bay Line has been
appointed general passenger agent
in the United States and Canada
for its expanding passenger-cargo
vessel operations between Chi Chicago
cago Chicago and Rotterdam.
Dust
warm welcome to the Walker fam family.
ily. family. We sincerely hope their stay
with us will be one of fond and
life-long memories.
Paul emerged onto the Softball
scenery in Rainbow city from Co
lon where he managed and pitcned
for t- team comprised mainly of
the weal-rate firefighters ot the
Canal Zone Fire Division. He mov moved
ed moved his club into the stronger Rain
bow City League and set a record
in his first campaign, winning the
cnampioasiup wiia an unueieaieu
record of 12 wins.
This unprecedented feat was
followed with another extremely
successful season in 1958 when the
team, then named Cafe Coolspot,
won tne title in Rainbow City and
then swept a series from the lusti
ly-touted "Boite W" in an Isthmi
an title Joust. This series victory
climaxed one of the most sucess sucess-ful
ful sucess-ful seasons in the nine-year history
oi ine league.
Walker is the stern but quiet
type wno possesses the rare a bill
ty of pleasing everyone but still
championing his own convictions.
Walker is one manager who is
a strict disciplinarian but still has
the admiration, respect and even
love of his players. Paul Walker
has been a credit tq the RBCOCSL
and more so to the thousands of
fans who turn out to root for his
team.
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temperatures from 40 deres fa
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and can also be supplied with a
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LONDON (UPI) Cream-less
ice cream is still ice cream, Par
liament decided yesterday.
It ruled thus after noting that
nine-tenths of the nation's ice
cream is made from vegetable
oil, not milk.

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1956 Ford, 4 door
Mainline, standard shift, wsw,
radio. Call 84-4202.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford station
wagon, 4 door Fordomatic, 8 cyl.
including extras. Qtrs. 13-B
Kobba, phon 84-3138.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Impala, convertible, black w.,
white top. Only 3000 mi., under under-coating,
coating, under-coating, backup light, passed
dash, "Wonderbar" radio, white white-walls,
walls, white-walls, dual exhausl system, power
steering, power brakes, best of offer
fer offer over $2550.00. Call Balboa
2-2336.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super,
dynaflow. Call Nyy 2226, 8 a.
m. to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Due to urgent trip,
1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 Spe Special,
cial, Special, in perfect condition. Com Completely
pletely Completely equipped with luxuriou
extras and factory installed air
condition. Call 3-1630.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Custom
300, 2 door sedan, new car con condition,
dition, condition, 16,000 actv miles.
Phone Balboa 2-3338 or Coroial
2137.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Biscayne four door sedan; power power-cv4".
cv4". power-cv4". V8 enqine, 4 barrel car carburetor,
buretor, carburetor, 250 h.p., duty free.
Phone Balboa 2-2744.
FOR SALE: Two model A Ford
located at Casino. n C-in
Singh. Lowest prices $100 cash.
Tel. 2-2163.
FOR SALE: Parts of 48 Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, battery, tiros, electric
whiper, etc. Telephone 4-0108.
LOST: Diamond wristwatch
vicinity Panama Golf Course or
Kobbe Exchange. Call 25-3703.
Reward.
Little League Film
Af Rainbow City
Gym Tomorrow pm
Arrangements were made by Os Oscar
car Oscar Morrell, Physical Director of
the Rainbow City Swimming Pool
in cooperation with the Rainbow
City Civic Council for a Little
League move to be shown at the
Gymnasium on Thursday night
commencing at 7:30 p.m. This
film will be projected tiirough
courtesy of the American Embas Embassy.
sy. Embassy. With the little league park now
virtually completed and the sea
son soon to get underway, it is
anticipated the youngsters will be
out in full force.
Before the showing of the film,
registration of little leaeuers will
be conducted by the President of
the league and all iniere.s eu p..y
ers are urged to bring their certi
ficates along with them. The re
gistration is scneauied to com
mence at 6:00 p.m.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes.
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
The New
NIKON
Wtth built-in Universal
Vlewflnder System
Panama
Colon
AGEJVOA deCAMBIO
Y SERVICIO
W cash checks and Lottery
tickets at any time.
We are located right across
from the Ancon Bus Stop.

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Home Articles

FOR SALE. Modern furniture,
used 3 month. It i a bargain.
Call 2-2680 Mr. Flavin.
FOR SALE: Modern furniture,
lamp and beautiful rugs. Deluxe
modal mangle ironor. All in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, phono 3-6775.
FOR SALE: Quartermaster Bd
Complct, Mapl Platform Roc Rocker,
ker, Rocker, Electric IBM typewriter 9x
12 and 6x9 Green Rugs. Call
Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: Due ta ...n
household furniture, in perfect
condition. Reasonable prices.
Call 3-1630.
FOR SALE: Kelvinator 18 cu.
ft.. "Upright" docpfroeie,l$280.
Kelvinator cloth dryer, 60
cycle, $100.00. Both in good
condition. 86-5294 Albrook,
quarter 332-B.
BARGAINS (only this week)
HI-FI console radio and record
player 225.00, modern mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany wardrobes 39.00, sideboards
12.50, double bod, wspring
12.50. bunk bed 39.00, China
closets 18.00, cribs eompletg
29.00. lawn chair 4.50. kitchen
table 5 50, coffee table 9.50,
nite tables 7.50. lovely telephone
tables 19.50, brand new folding
bds 27.50, mattresses 6.50, pil pillow
low pillow 0.95, HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE
CHANGE EXCHANGE National Ave. No.
41 (Auto Row) Tel. 3-7348 3 3-4911.
4911. 3-4911. FOR SALE: Hollywood bed
with mattrass, spring, good con condition,
dition, condition, cheap. Tel. 3-6 1 38.
FOR SALE: Furniture, includ including
ing including Chinese hand carved, maho mahogany,
gany, mahogany, and yard furniture. Also
selling power tools, power mower,
and many miscellaneous house household
hold household items. Moving, must sell.
House: 0904 Amador Road, Bal Bal-boa.
boa. Bal-boa. Phone: 2-2916.
FOR SALI:-i-Frigldalro refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, all porcelain, 4 year guar guarantee
antee guarantee in perfect condition $200.
Cristobal 3-2430.
FOR SALE; Han1 carved Cuban
dininc reern furniture, bambee
livins reem furniture. Simmons
bedroom furniture, curtains, and
gas store. Addr; Calls Jticardo
Arias, Edificie "Perml", apart apartment
ment apartment 3. Camp Alegr. Tel. J J-6992.
6992. J-6992. Mrs. Eliza Barnaby
Dies; Funeral Set
For Tomorrow Morn
Mrs. Eliza Stolcea Rarnahv
Jamaican rfsiiTvt of Ran Wan.
Cisco de la Caleta, died at her home
Vesterdav afteoinnn fnUnvmn
long illness.
A former resident of Silver City
and La Boca who came to the
Isthmus in 1908, Mrs. Barnaby was
dS years old.
She is survived by her children.
Zadock, Basil. Lloyd. Mrs. Jose-
iphine Thomas, Mrs. Kathleen Cox
and Mrs. Mabel Lewis, in addition
to several grandchildren,
Funeral services hiave been
scheduled for 10 .m. tomorrow at
St. Vincent de Paul's Church, fol
lowed by burial in Jardin de Paz
Cemetery.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service

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CRISTOBALW.C.CJI. FEEDER SERVICE
"YUCATAN" .i Every (15) Dayi
Weekly wiling of twelve passenger ships to New
York. New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle. 1
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SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
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To New York and Return S140.0
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return . 1365.00

TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Baby Grand piano,
in perfect condition $390.00.
DeSoto car 1952 $200.00. Call
31 Mo. 4.41.
FOR SALE: Collins KWM-1
amateur radio trans-ceiver with
accessories. Call 14-2266. 13 13-5160.
5160. 13-5160. FOR SALE: Cheap two montu montu-no
no montu-no shirts. Tak adventag of this
Carnival offer. Phon 3-0860
Panama. 89th straet No. S3, Pal-
tilla.
FOR SALE: Stamp Album,
$1000.00, and duplicate. Vx
catalog price. Pint street El
El Carmen No. 1. Phon 2-0644.
Jorg Orosce.
Dogs
FOR SALE: AKC Boxer pup pup-pie,
pie, pup-pie, fawn hus 0rJ4-B, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-425S.
Major Leaguers
In Mad Scramble
To Sign Contracts
NEW YORK. Feb. 4-fUPIi--
Their contracts or the prospect of
heading south must be looking
mighty good to big leaguers these
days because they're practically
trampling each other in the rush
to sign on the dotted line.
A flock of key men. including
Robin Roberts, Billy Hoeft, Ray
Boone, Tom Brewer and Bill
Skowron, decided yesterday and
today to agree to terms. There
were only two dissident voices
those of Bob Cerv, who apparent
ly thinks the. Kansas City Athletics
should pay him about $35,000 and
Luis Aparicio who is carrying on
his annual salary battle from his
hacienda in Maracaibo, Venezuela,.
Roberts, who bounced back last
season with a 17-14 record after
two bad years, signed with the
Philadelphia Phillies for an esti estimated
mated estimated $45,000 to $50,000. The hus husky
ky husky pitcher said the Phillies told
him he could be the judge ot
whether he rated a raise and add added.
ed. added. "I decided, in my Judgment,
that I should have it."
Hoeft. 6 year old southpaw
speedballer who had a 10-9 record,
and lefty Hank Aguirre agreed to
terms with the Detroit Tigers.
Hoeft is believed to have taken a
cut while Aguirre, 3-4 in 44 games
last season, probably settled for
his 1958 salary.
Boone became the 22nd member
of the Chicago White Sox to sign
and also probably took a sBght
cut. He hit only .242 and 13 homers
last year during which he was with
both the Tigers and White Sox.
The White Sox hope he can drive
in 100 runs for them this year
Brewer, who was "hampered
much of last season with various
ailments, returned his signed con contract
tract contract to the Boston Red Sox. A 19 19-game
game 19-game winner in 1956 and a 16-game
winner in 1957. He slipped to 12 12-12
12 12-12 last season.
CURB INFLATION
RIO DE JANEIRO, (UPI)-Fi-nance
Minister Lucas Lopes has
announced that the government
plans "radical" measures-includ-iilg
reduction of military spending
to curb inflation in this country.
Arrive
Cristobal
Arrive
Cristobal
Feb. 9
Feb. I
ee. S3
.Mar.

Real Estate

FOR SALIt let 500 and 1.000
' meter, is the Nuev Hipedreme
Urbanisation, acre the Rmmm
Racetrack. All lots with straet
front, tewtte, water aula and
: Uctrlcity. Call W. Mclaractt.
TaL 1-257.
FOR SALIs Lot 1.06C tguar
meters' .la the best location of
: La Croste, ituatd between "V
Street and new tret. for Infers
matlen abate call Tl. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 neon and from
2 p.m. H 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Thro bedroom
residence. Modern co'ncret cons construction,
truction, construction, recently built. Cash
$4,000 and balance $75 00 per
month. Phon 4-0840.
FOR, SALE; Income property
on ''Automatic Row" net
$60,000 down, rest term, won wonderful
derful wonderful investment. Cucalon and
Co. Realtor. Phon 3-3330.
Latatr factory equipment
The 1959 British Factory Euip-
ment Exhibition, to be held in
London, April 7-17- will show
world-wide range of equipment
covering all classes of industry.
The exhibition will occupy an a
rea of over 330,000 square feet,
with 300 separate stands. More
than 400 different tyfcs of indus
trial equipment will be on dis
play, ranging from aspects of fac factory
tory factory construction to storage hand handling
ling handling and staff welfare. Within
the Exhibition will be a self-con
tained Heat and Sound Insulation
Exhibition, showing latest tech
niques in this field. Leading Brit British
ish British experts will speak at the sev several
eral several major conferences to be held
in conjunction with the exhibition

Westinghouse Bops Spur Cola
While Panama Insurance Tops
Orange Kist In Legion Games

The power packed Westinghouse
team scuttled Spur Cola under a
hnrraep of 16 hits and 19 runs as
thev virtually clinched the. first
half championship in the Americ
an Legion junior jsasenau Jueague.
In the second game of Sunday's
twin -bill at Ft. Clayton's Jarman
ball field, Panama. Insurance push push-ed
ed push-ed across five runs to defeat Or
ange Kist. 5 to 3.
Westinehouse. with a record of
6 wins and no defeats, is assured
of no less than a tie for the sea
sons first half winners. witn
three games left to play, any com combination
bination combination of win by Westinghouse
or loss by Spur Cola who has a
3 and 3 record, will give the cham championship
pionship championship to Westinghouse.
Orange Kist ana ranama insur insurance
ance insurance have already been mathema mathematically
tically mathematically removed for winning ho honors,
nors, honors, but both teams will be fight
ing all the way to knock off the
League Leaders.
Amato. Ditchintr for Westing
house, won his third straight game,
while Hakanson was tagged with
the loss.
Sims Allen collected tne oniy
triple for the victors, which was
just one hit of three that be re
gistered. Morris, Allen, 2cott, koq-
gers and Amato all scored two
or more base hits for Westing Westinghouse.
house. Westinghouse. The only player that went
hitless was Martin.
Wen-, catching for spur coia,
accounted for two ef his teams'
four hits.
The box score!
FIRST GAME
Spur Cola Ab R H O A
Will, ef
Geddes, 3b
Strounberg, 2b, p
Damiani, ss, 2b
Weir, c
Belanger
Hakanson, p, If, ss
Bowers, If, p, If
Borsellino, rf
Kunkel, If (x)
Rice, rf (l)
Totals
29 7 4 27
(x) Kunkel for Bower in 7th.'
(x) Rice for Borsellino In 7th.
Wostingheuse
Martin, ss
Morris, 3b, e
2 S
Price, c, rf
Allen, cf
1;12 t
3 4 6
3 4
Scott, lb
Rodger, 2b, 3b
Carroll, If
Camby, rf
Amato, p
Bradshaw, 2b' (x)
1
0 0
11
A 15
Tetala .' S 19 H 27 27
fxl Bntdshatr for Camby In the 5

Bases 'on balls off- Haijmsoni

6, Bower Qr Stramberg 1 Spur co-
Bases en baus off Amato 12
(Westinghouse).
Struck -out by Hakanson 0, Bow
ers 0i Stromberg 3. (Spur Cola).
'.Struck out by Amato 12 (Wast
InffhouseL '

Innings pitched by Hankanson

3 3-2, Bowers 1-3. Stromberg 9.
Innings pitched by Amato 9.

SERVICES

TELEVISION-SERVICE V ?
W reeai in yeur hem
w don't pretand te guarantee
our.'werk. Wa guarantee It
'PHONE THE EXPERTS;
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
i Tel. 2-1905
TivoUAvanaeNe. It.20.
Protect year homo and proper
ty against insect d a m a fl e.
Prompt scientific treatment en.
emergency, or monthly budget.
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
. Panama 17977 er Colon 1777.
TV SERVICES
For better Home Service, Always
Rdy en f '
. U.S. TELEVISION, t
Phona 1-7607 Panama, Service
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Cabin Cruiser
"Mansion,' 19 feet, totally cov covered
ered covered with fiber glass. 2 "Evin "Evin-rude"
rude" "Evin-rude" meter. 35 h.p. Good me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. For informa information.
tion. information. Barcenas Printing Shop. Car)
bo seen at "Club do Yatos y Pet Pet-."
." Pet-." Phone 2-1424.
-v
FOR SALE 15' runabout, with
control, rapareund windshield,
har all extras, 40 h.p. motor.
Gator trailer. All like new. full
prie $750.00 Will trade. Ial
boa 2-27-. v
FOR SALEi-,195 lehnsen 35
h.p. outboard; motor $325.00
Phono Curundu 5157. Cae,
seen at 2177-B, Curundu.
FOR SALE: 13 ft. Cabincrufsar,
outboard. Call Clayton 6213.
' Winning! pitcher, Amato.
Losing pitcher, Hakanson
base Jilts
1 (Westinghouse
C. S. Allfn
Spur Cola
10010117
6 0 1 7 0 0 0 1-19
Westinghouse
SECpND 6AMI
Panama In.
Ab R H O A
Pearson, lb
Bright. F. 2b
2 0.0 6
3 0
3 2
02
Bright, I., p
2 0
I
xoian, e
Amato, 3b
Egan, ss
McWatt, cf
Collins, rf
31.
J 1
2 1 2
IDS
0.0 a
0 0 0
Forbes, If ,,
Rager, dfifcy 10 0
Scott, rt.$ffe,o i.o
KiamcQ, Ujttjt 1
Totals
n t t II 11
(r) Reger Jor McWatt forth
(x) Scott for Collins fourth,
(x) .Kiamco for Forbes 6th.
Orange Kist
Metheny, 2b
6 0
0 0
0 0
0 1
1 1
Sullivan, if
Flumock, rf
Corrlngan, ss'
caidweu, lb
Berg, 3b
Dombrosky, ef
Stewart, a
0 10
McGown, p
1 0
0 0
1 0
Cunningham, K
Roe, rf
Totals
as 4iii
(x) Cunningham for Sullivan bolha
n.
(x) Roe for Flumeck the 3rd.
Bases on balls of Bright T.5
(Panama Ins).
Bases on balls of McGowin 3
(Orange Kist).
Struck out by T. Bright 5.
Struck out- by McGown 6.
Innings pitched by T. Bright-
innings pitched by McGown 6
Winning- pitcher T. Bright (Pa
nama ins.)
Losing pitcher McGown (Orance
S base hit Panama Ins. 1 n
&COUJ
r . a. v
3 base hit, Panama Ifls.-I. (E
. .... x
3 base hits Oransn vS'at a Ve
.1J 11V
Panama bis.
Orange Kist
0 0 3 0
0 0.13-4
b
' i ts.
WIN BOBSLED TtTLaf iKfcSR
. riff.
ST. MORrrt. Switierlan WPT;)
Italy's two too bobsled teams
nmsned one-two Monaav in

ine

bobsled championship of St. MO MO-riti.
riti. MO-riti. while Arthur Tvler of Wes

ton, Mass., and Lt. Tom Butler
Saranac Lake, N.Y., piaceo inira
Tyler and BuOer -won Sunday'i

two-man event on the same

course,

Miscellaneous

". ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS L
DBA Win -A- rtiaeiA EL
j fffOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX R
. r rnviMB BALBOA 1709
IV- Wendahake Medical Cllnta.
cvpefta-Chat Bank. CciitralT
Avenu ( if J7 Phone 2-1479
Domestic tmployrhsni
Maid wanHd, tnust live t.
oral beusewerk and carina for'
thro childroet call at 2605-,
Coeeli, after I avm.
WANTED: Enflish ceeakiaSl
Panamanitn feueekeener with
references, tot couple, no chll.
idren. Laa Cunibna. kum mtmm
Phone 4-141.
L
Today's penind
NEW YORK. Feb. 4 fUPIl
in stocK market carried yl
terday'r small gains ahead I
rracuons to a point in a moda
ateiy acuve opening today;
Trading kicked m after the
pening with tickers, falling
nind for a nme. The price let;
trading. Coppers met further bi!
ing. Autos neld barelv steac
Steels ruled' firm although soif
of tne leaders slipped back frif
their, openings. f
ACF Inrl
s Advocate Asto
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Alleghany Corn
Aluminium Ltd.
Amer Cyanamid
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel
AVCO MfjK
BethtSteeP
Betfufger Corp
Bicroft uranium
JBrish-etr
1W;
Canadian Eagle.
CeJanese
Cerre de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Chrysler r r
Cities Servfce
Coastal Carib
Creole, Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
DuPont
El Paso Natural Gas
Eversharp ot ,m-A-
Fairchild Engine
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
GeneralviDynamicf
General Electric
General Motors
, General Plywood
Gulf Oil 4 ;
Harscd Steel
Hayden: Newport
Howe Sound
Imperial Oil
InU Pet
tail Tel and Td
Lorillard
Martin Co
New Eng Tel and Tel
Northrop Air
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
Pan Israel
Pantepec Oil
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch Shea
San Jacinto
Shell Transp
Signal Oil and Gas
Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobile
Sperry Rand
Standard Oil NJ
Sterling Precision
Srudebaker-Packard
Superior Oil
Texas GuH rodt
underwood
United Canso OH
US Rubber
US Steel
Universal Cyclops
Westinghouse Elec
Wheeling Steel
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Sports Briefs
TICKET' SAL I GOOD
WASHINGTON (UPIV-DiMmli
their lowly finish in the Easter
Division race-: of the Nation:
Football, League last season, tt
Whington Redskins reported t
dayUieir 959 set son ticket sa!
has passed the 10,000 mark,,pe
tJlJ capacity of rjfrtfffl
Stadium. Sales are lust ahol
Ml o Jut year;ia club spoket
man said.
AlOOiTTBS SIGN JOHNSON
m MONTREAL (UPD-Tht Mon
rf Ajoueiies w the Eastern Div
won -tne Canadian Footb
League have nnmmal tha .rt
r" Ui. f1 i string) Johnson, Mic
igan Stale halfback, to a 1959 co
tract. Johnson, a 6-foot, 195-poun J
native of Flint, t Mich., was ni
drafted by any of the Naon
Football League teams in their r
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Ike Is Skeptical

Of Soviet

WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (DPI) President Eisenhower
at his press conference today expressed skepticism at new
Russian boasts of possessing intercontinental missiles
with hydrogen warheads that can pin-point targets in this
country and which make U.S. weapons obsolete.
He recalled that the Russians in the past have brag bragged
ged bragged falsely that they invented the flying machine, auto automobile
mobile automobile and telephone. He asked why their boasts on weap weapons
ons weapons should be believed in the light of their unfounded
claims about the other inventions. He called it propaganda.
Meanwhile Defense Secretary Neil H. McElroy said
there would be only "one or two missiles" difference in
U.S. and Russian stocks of war-ready intercontinental
missiles by the end' of 1959.

This estimate, more optimistic
than most offered in the con continuing
tinuing continuing debate over US. versus
Soviet rocKei bwcuswi,
Xn to reporters as McElroy
prepared to resume testimony
'to the House Armed Services
committee. ...
. McElroy told the committee
yesterday he expected the
' first few U.S. ICBMs would
be operational in July and a
few more in December. This
Would put the CS. supply
-within a few" of Russia s,
h"Theiddifference would be of
practically no importance, Mc-joh-oy
said, in elaborating to
iewsmen today.
"When I say that, I mean
that in terms of missiles de deliverable
liverable deliverable on target, there would
be no more than one or two
missiles difference," he said.
" McElroy said his forecast was
Based on the "best judgment
of the accuracy and reliability
of the ocean-spanning ICBMs
of both Russia and the United
States.
The defense chief said the
ICBM capabilities of both coun countries
tries countries have to be discounted a a-bout
bout a-bout equally to take into con consideration
sideration consideration the probability of er errors
rors errors or failures.
Meanwhile at Cape Cana Canaveral,
veral, Canaveral, Fla., the Air Force fired
- its With Intercontinental Atlas
4 early today to close out the
key phase of the husky mis-'-sile's
development.
1 Aimed at a point about 4300
TniiPK down the Atlantic track
ing range, the 80-foot rocket
was the last in the Atlas "B"
series. In this phase the Atlas
was tested with all three of its
powerful rocket engines, design
ed to give it a bisuu-mne doosi
The firing followed by 11
hours the second attempt to
fire the Atlas' backup missile,
the Titan ICBM.
The Titan launching was
thwarted at the last seco.id
when a malfunction develop developed
ed developed in the 50-foot missile.
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Floodlights pierced the clear
skv as the Atlas blasted off at
3 01 am, snaitenug uui
coating formed by the sub-zero
liquid oxygen in its tanks.
The Atlas made a smooth
start and climbed with gradual gradually
ly gradually increasing speed into a star star-filled
filled star-filled sky.
After about two and a half
minutes the missile's two
booster engines appeared to
burn out as planned, and the
Atlas continued under power
for another full minute.
An eerie, blue and white
wreath effect was created just
before the engine burnt as tne
Atlas reached an extremely high
altitude probably about 500
miles above the earth.
Rumors were plentiful on the
role of this latest Atlas, in view
of the secrecy-shrouded firing
of the Atlas satellite Dec. 18.
But informed sources said this
was just another routine devel development
opment development flight.
Fitz A. Goodrich
Dies Suddenly
In Son's Home
Fitz Albert Goodrich, 71. a
British West Indian and a re retired
tired retired Canal employe, collapsed
in the Rainbow City home of
his son, Harold A. Goodrich
early, yesterday.
' Goodrich was rushed to the
Coco Solo Hospital where he
was pronounced dead at 7:13
a.m. bv Dr. J. L. Barraza.
The retired man had spent
the night at his son's home,
Upon rising yesterday morning
he collapsed while on his way
to the bathroom.
Goodrich had been in good
health, but suffered occasional occasionally
ly occasionally from high, blood pressure.
An autopsy has been ordered.

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BEFORE THE D. A. Jose Felix Prado (center) .one of the two men who have admitted they
attacked and killed American Thomas J. Marine last Friday night, and Juan Arzos Hermoso,
(left) the alleged mastermind of the plot, are confronted with each other's statements be

fore Dl3trict Attorney Dario
bery and that his companion on

Marine. The 77-year-old American was buried yesterday morning in a simple graveside ce

remony attended by his widow,
some 150 persons.
Turboprop
Crashes In
NEW YORK, Feb. 4 (UPI)
A new American Airlines turbo
prop Electra plane en route from
Chicago with 73 persons aboard
crashed into 30 feet of water in
the East River last mght when
it missed its approach to La La-Guardia
Guardia La-Guardia Airport in fog and driz drizzle.
zle. drizzle. Nearly eight hours after the
11:45 p.m. crash, only nine per persons
sons persons had been picked up alive
from the icy ocean estuary and
one of them died in a hospital.
Several were in critical condition.
Thus it appeared that 65 iper-
sons were killed. Only 25 bodies
were aecovered during the night.
Two Civil Aeronautics Board of
ficials began an immediate in
vestigation of tne tragedy wmcn
occurred a mile from the airport
when the four-engine plane was
makine a standard instrument ap
proach. An eyewitness said there
was an explosion at the time of
the crash.
One of the wrssencers, Sey
mour Kemach, 36, of Brooklyn,
said there was no warning.
"I was sitting in the plane's
lounge With another guy and two
stewardesses, joking and talking
Kemach said. "Then we went
down and I thought I was going
to die.
Kemach and some of the oth
er survivors swam in the icy wa water
ter water to a commercial tug that was
hauhng barges near the scene.
Others were picked up by .police
and Coast Guard launches, fire fire-boats,
boats, fire-boats, and a police helicopter.
They were suffering from intern
al mjufaes, cuts, bruises, shock,
exposure, and submersion, Dut
no burns were reported.
Among the survivors were
three crew members Frank S.

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Mrs. Rita B. Marine, members

Electra On Chi-NY Run
River; 65 Believed Dead

HIavacek, first officer; Warren
E.
Cook, flight engmeer
and
Joan Mane ZeJler, Stewardess.
Miss Zeller, 21, whs became a
stewardess because she thought
flying was "thrilling," was in : a
daze as she was brought to flush flushing
ing flushing General Hospital.
"That crash, that horrible
crash,' she moaned. "Please
turn me over on my side. My
stomach hurts.
. It was the first crash of an A A-merioan
merioan A-merioan jet airliner since the na nation
tion nation entered the commercial jet
age last November. Relatives and
friends waiting at LaGuardia to
see loved ones "come in on the
jet" received the news with dis disbelief.
belief. disbelief. Then they wept and sev several
eral several fainted. A nurse was called
to treat them for shock.
Police set up a temporary res rescue
cue rescue headquarters and morgue in
the College Point section of
Queens County, the nearest point
of the Long Island shore to the
crash scene. Searchlights from
the launches crisscrossed the
dark, icy waters which survivors
described as "freezing really
freezing.' The temperature was
42 degrees.
A three-foot section of the
plane's 32-foot tail, projected a-
PARAGUAYAN CONSUL-Camilo
Fabrega G. has joined the ranks
of the Consular Corps in Panama
upon being appointed honorary
Consul by the government of Pa
raguay. Recognition by the For Foreign
eign Foreign "Office and the President of
Panama was extended in a note
on Jan. 23. Fabrega is widely
known in "social and commercial
circles, especially because of his
association of more than ten years
with Braniff International Airways,
of which he is now district sales
manager.
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of her immediate familq and
bove the surface of the river. A
20-foot section of the plane was
spotted by the helicopter floating
near the Bronx shore on the oth other
er other side of the river. Some bodies
were probably trapped in the sub submerged
merged submerged section,, police said.
The Plane appeared to be in
no difficulty when it informed
the airport's control tower that
it was approaching for a landing
at 11:15 p.m. It was four miles
from the airport at the time.
There was no radio contact after
that.
Samuel Nicholson, captain of
the tug that arrived first on the
scene, said he heard an explosion
when the plane crashed. He said
he found survivors flailing about
in the water and many floating
bodies. When the Coast Guard
launches arrived at midnight, they
began "picking up bodies every everywhere.'
where.' everywhere.'
There were 68 passengers, in including
cluding including an infant and at least
four other children, and five crew
members aboard the plane which
had been in service only since
Jan. 23. The flight, number 320,
was a round-trip from New York
to Chicago and it was running
nearly an hour late at the time
of the crash. It left Chicago at
9:54 p.m. i
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company :
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE :
High
Low ..
HUMIDITY:
High .. ..
low .. ..
92
70
84
78
80
66
NE-24
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80
45
WIND:
(max. mph) N-19
RAIN (inches 0
WATER TEMP:
(liner harbors)
79
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatdn Lake
Madden Dam
... 85.14
... 246.24..
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Virginia School Integration
From Norfolk, Arlington To 3

" RICHMOND, Va, Feb. 4
far-peacefully Integrated schools
the race-mlxing crisis. '
warren County deemed to
Charlottesville, which closed
resistance''' program, teopened

fwuiuw uu. win vuuuuik w ray un priTsie system wi up last jaa J CfrcumTent the?
admission of 22 Negroes to the school: ;''"' : .-.!-T3JrTE$
Federal Judge Albert Bryan promised fir Alexandria to hand down an opinion Jn a da f-
two. on a request to assign 1 Negroes to four Alexandria schools. ,-'v VJ.'a :'!

iasi ween graniea ine enj stay oi integration nntu September.

Twentvne Neeroes who entered
seven scnoois in NortoiK ana Ar
lington Monday returned today to
another full session of classes.
Norfolk reported attendance was
picking up in two schools it re
opened Monday under Federal
court order. ;
Yesterday's classes were order
ly, school authorities said, and no
incidents were reported.
A few white students at Nor Norfolk
folk Norfolk mad insulting remarks in
conversation! within earshot of
the Negroes but th Negroes
said they ignored them.
Meanwhile in Little Rock, Ark.,
the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
has asked for-a three-judge Fed Federal
eral Federal court to determine if the law
used by Gov. Orval Faubus to
close Little Rock's high schools to
prevent integration is constitution
al.
Tls. District Judee John E. Mil
ler denied a request by the Little
Rock school board yesieraay w re reopen
open reopen the schools as segregated
institutions. ...
. The board asked permission to
re-open the schools, segregated.
Immediately, and then be grant
d ontil next Aufl. 15 1Blr,
up with a new plan for integra integration
tion integration to replace the on which led
to rioting at Central H'Sh School
on Sept. 23, 1?57. r.
Tn rfpnvi'nff that reauest. Muler
accepted a report from the hoard
iri it rnuld do Nothing m
the face of four state laws passed
by a special legislative session
last August.
It was those statutes which Fau Faubus
bus Faubus used to close the schools.
Wiley A. Branton, chief legal
counsel for the NAACP m Arkan
sas, then asked for tne review to
the law used by Faubus, by the
Federal judiciary body.
Miller reminded m ooera inF
under th gradual Integration
plan he approved In 195.- end
which was later approval by the
Eighth Circuit Court of Appee s
in St. Louis "all puWIe schools
would have to b r-pened on
... ..nr.n,l.li hatit."
t- No vnrir thn U.S. Commls-
oin nn rivil Riehts took under
consideration today rtams f tes
timony on racial aiscruninuuu i
housing presented by more than 25
witnesses at a two-day hearing in
K!cr rholrman of the commis-
SAn th Rev. Theodore M. Hes-
burgh, president of Notre Dame
University, said tne nousmg
tion is a national problem which
must be solved on a national basis.
"We are working toward a na
tional policy," he deciareo.
Hesburgh said th commission,
which is invftiqating the issuw
of equal prouetion of laws
housing, voting and datlotl,
will submit its findings and ree-
..j.ti.iu a President El-
nhowr and to th Congress in
report expected to bo ;reayf
next Sptemor. i i
rru. i,A.ms in ot rnncluded. ac-
cording to Hesburgh, hadjnejm;
portant effect it 'dramatized
Jackie Robinson, the man who
broke the color line in toasepau,
told the commission that ' bean
balls are sflU being thrown Jnhe
housing field as well as on me uu
field." ....
Robinson saw mere is ineeu i
"positive action by individuals to
spur bias-tree, pnyaieij
housing."
Eisenhower Claims
Hew Democrat Bills
Mean Higher Taxes
w k ctrTMnTnW Veto' A (UPI)-'
n TTioonhnwpr cnallengea
Democratic Congressional leaders
today to raise taxes if they, pass
costly housing and airport mus.
The President told a news con conference
ference conference that raising taxes would
be the only straightforward thing
to do if the Democratic leaders in insist
sist insist on what he called .reckless
spending programs such as their
pending housing and airport con construction
struction construction bills.
He emphasized that he does not
believe the United States wants
higher taxes unless there is some
emergency which demands them.
The President opened his meet meeting
ing meeting with reporters by volunteer volunteering
ing volunteering an attack on the Democratic
housing1 and airport bills. Both
call for much larger spending than
his own programs.
Even Castro Needs
Ticket In Spain V
ZAMORA, Spain (UPI)-A pas passenger,
senger, passenger, who tried to get off a
train witho .t presenting his ticket
today told the conductor: :
"I don't need v ticket, I'm Fide)
Castro. Though where' I come
from everyone thinks I'M Napo Napoleon."
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.Police returned the man to the
nearby Clempozuelos Mental Hos Hospital
pital Hospital where he is listed is patient
Juan Dies.

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(CPI) w Virginia turned its
of Norfolk and Arlington to
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keep its-only high school In. Front Royal closed at Jeast antfT?

two fit its schools last fall under the nowtrlcken Sriassrni
hen:;tf;r''Wgregaeil basis. A Federal appeals judeo-

The former star of flio Brook
Princs with housing discrim
, lvlu ,v, in vttii ma-
initfon. t. f: ,',-
"When my wife and I decided
to move from St. Albans, Long Is Island,
land, Island, we were nut throutrh the
usual hag of tricks, right in this
siaie,v ne saia. ,. ...
Among the' problems he ran in
to, Robinson said,' Were:
"We were told the house we
were interested in had been sold
just before we inquired.
"we would be invited to make
an offer a sort; of sealed bid
and then we'd be told that offers
higher than ours had been turned
down, 1
"We tried bnyine Twuses on the
spot for whatever Drice was asked.
They handled this by telling us the
house had been taken off the mar
ket."
Finally, Robinson said, he was
abl to find a horn in Stem,
ford, Conitv "due to The strong
efforts of some very wonderful
peopl there' .-:
Robinson said h wnt th Waeti.
ington "about 10 times in recent
years to confer with officials,
seeking action which would grant
the Negro some1 progress toward
equal rights in housing.
ane omciais nave been: very
polite to me.", he. said! 'hut r
gardlesa of the reason, nothing has
been done.f
The" Rflman Catholic. archbishnn
oi inbw xorx toict tne commission
that racial or religious 4 discrimin
ation -?ean become the hangman
6f any free nation."
Francis Cardinal Spellman- said:
It is a. monstrous and terrifvine
thing that men can mistaken! v ha.
lieve that they cad vlllifjr or vio-

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attention today from' the thw
three others cities eanrht in
appeals judge
late other menVlights wlthdutT
. vicuniiuiiExDemseives." r f -o
Th cathenc prelate said thafl
"No loyal. Amerlcenl whatevet
his own particular racial bsclU
ground, his craeder celer, writ
himself enact or cwmnanoo
any act of blgetry or priudid
against any other American the
wuold dny, imptde or impa
the equal rights end privilege
granted to him under the Co
stitution of our United State j-2
Stanley? H Lowell, 'airman
the executtve board of the Amer-f
ican Jewish Congress New YobT
MetropolitaB Council called! i fm
formation of, a : President's coal
mittee on housing discriminatlonT I
?ch a oemmittee, he said, vmikt
Withhold Federal fiinrl. frnm n.rKj
lics and iwivate housing projeets
wmcn pracucerraciai or religloW
uin;j.iujuiauun.v
Algernon Black, chairman oi
the Now York State eommlttef
on discrimination in bousing e
cvsed Hw FederaN government
through its housing areieets.: Ho
charged that" "entire Negro dif dif-tricts
tricts dif-tricts are being cleared to make
way for room :; rosMeted t
whites only."
The activity of the Commission
of Housing Discrimination is
ot a widespread v c a m i a 1 sr n
throughout the United
o
lessen mncrimlniitiim:' ,i
In part,' the "campaign is intend intended
ed intended to ease rejaJSons jietween tjis
Unite4 States t and Afro-Asian
states
This policy was reflected 4uni?
the-1958 UN- General Assembly
when the United States, for the
first time, voted with, the Afro Afro-Asian
Asian Afro-Asian states condemning South
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