The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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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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Race C Siciliano special assistant to the President
as advisor1 for personnel management, and three other
high U4fc government officials from Washington are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to arrive Monday for a visit in connection with the
transition to the fjew Canal Zone" Merit System.
Sicilians formerly Assistant Secretary of Labor, will
be accompanied by Warren -:lronsr executive director of

administrative assistant Sn Sicilianb's office" in the White
House; and Robert Willey, personnel director of the De Department
partment Department of the Army.

The group pteM'WM'fttsie isr
i full week, during which' time
they will caU on Canal Zone Gov.
-trJlL Potter. LL Gen. "fUdgel.
Saither, and U.S. Ambassador
Julian Harrington. They will also
told number of conference, in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding sessions wMi both U. S.
tiitizea and non-U.S. citizen labor
JivUian Personnel Policy Ooordx Ooordx-aating;
aating; Ooordx-aating; Board,
The merit system was estab established
lished established by Executive Order sign sign-December
December sign-December to govern ail- employ employ-mnnts
mnnts employ-mnnts oersoimel actions Jy
government agencies operating in

tine Canal zone, m aaopuon wui
sfiect every employe t a Gov Government
ernment Government agency in one form or
another a well as those who
may be hired in the future.
It wilTbrtog: added benefits' and
employment protection for ..thou ..thousands
sands ..thousands of Oamal Zone worker In Including
cluding Including botli United States and
Panamanian -citizens. :
In effect, establishes, an
Independent-civil- service for
, the Canal Zone While net
parr the Untied State Civil
Service ii will be. governed by

Slards. 1w
1 The Exwutiv .,s6Pde'i8fcabliish .,s6Pde'i8fcabliish-ibg
ibg .,s6Pde'i8fcabliish-ibg -the system dearly describee
the sweeping effects it will bring.
In the words of the Executive
Order, it' govern th ''selection
tor appointment, reappointment,
reinstatement reemployment and
retention with (respect to posi posi-Wider
Wider posi-Wider consideration- for' employ employment
ment employment to positione; regairdless of
whether Che employes are United
States or Panamanian itizensJ'
Wlnil the new merit systm be be-tame
tame be-tame efficially established Jan.
L9. it will be several months be
fore its full .implementation is
rompleted. The transfer of em
ployes from their entployiment
rtatus to the merit system will
require individual personoei ac actions,
tions, actions, These will not be complet complet-td
td complet-td for the Paoaima Canal Compa-ly-Canai
' Zone Government for
perhaps a year. 'V f '..
The President's exeevtive or
dec 1m prpvidedj for., the p.
peintment of Canal Zone
Board -f AppeaTg which will
have 4iml determination, in
wag and position classification
jfeppeale by ffovernment em.,
ployoi 1n the Canal Zone. Thfs
beerd It still t W appointed.
Of widest tatectest to employes
h the Canal Zoaw of all provi-
hods ox one execative erdef is
Lionel Fergus Wins
Top Science Award
At Rclnbov School
Lionel Fergus4, eenior at the
Rainbow. City High- School, is the
1959 winner of the Bausch and
Lomb .Honorary Science, Award
Medal, it has been announedd by
Wf redo Cragweli, ..Principal.
This annual awards handsome
eronze roedai 4 given at gradua graduation
tion graduation to the senior student who
achieves the highest scholastic
standing in science subjects. It is
Dresented in almost 7.000 schools.
Since its introduction in 1933, there
have been 125,000 winners; and a
substantial percentage have been
encouraged oy .me a waiu iu
Imv ilnfifl( Mrenra. .... :.
Winners of the honorary science
sward are eligible t compete for
science scholarshiDS. sponsored by
the Bausch and Lomb Optical Co.,
at the University f Rochester.
The Rochester, New York firm
provides for three or more Schol Scholarships
arships Scholarships .annually, with ,. stipends
based on need and with s combin combined
ed combined value of $9,600. The Award win winner
ner winner must be selected at sn early
date because .applications for
Scholarships mwt be filled eut
and returned to the University on
or before Mwch.-t K a-;.--'';
Both the t, Bausdt and Lomb
telenet award and science1 Schoi.
arship program have been offi officially
cially officially approved bv the National
ssoclabon ef Secondary School
mncipau, ana educators througn througn-ut
ut througn-ut the Country, These swards are
generally recognized as evidence
nf fuperior scientific antitude. Thev
ire especially significant, ; says
Cragweu,: oecause of current re
cognition of the; importance "of
greater emphasis on the teaching
tnd allUUr scienuue suDjects,

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applicafibf the uniform wage
scale. This is to become effec effective
tive effective Feb, 42 in the- Canal organ!'
zation after which' time aH em employes,
ployes, employes, regardless of citizenship,
will be employed under uniform
Wage and salary conditions in all
Canal Zone jobs.
Because of the 'complexity of
the transiljon period to the mer merit
it merit system, ; the visit by top gov government
ernment government personinej officials will
be timely, nd their schedule dur
ing the coming week is expected
to he crowded.
More detailed announcement of
their schedules wiElbe given aft after
er after the party arrives, next week.
Triple Coronation
Season
4
' The binle coronation ef the Car
nival quens of Panama, fhe lQanal
the-Natidnal Sladium will highght
year's carnival season on Saturday
evenmg.
The snectaculaf Crocram fclan
ned for the event ty the Carnival
Junta wilt include American .folk
dancing immediately before 5 the
crowning ol CaroJilJhe Canal
Zone s Carnival" queen: en orien
tal number before the coronation
of Ana Maria I. queen of the Chin
ese Colony) .and a presentation of
Panamanian carnival dances as
preamble to the coronation of Her
Majesty Renee I of Panama.
President de la Guardia. hleh
officials of the Canat Zone, and
tne Amoassaaor or cmna wui be
special guests at the Coronation.
On Carnival Monday the three
queens and the Carnival Junta will
welcome Miss Universe, Luz Ma-
rina zuioaga, who will arrive in
Panama to participate; in the fes-
UVAUCIf T
Ths
Judges Bench
Leonard Rodriguez. 28. Panama-
man, was slated to appear today
in Balboa Magistrate's Court on a
charge of being drunk end unable
to care for himself in a public
place. Since he did not appear,
Judge John E. Deming ordered
forfeiture of $10 bail ..
Pedro Gomez, 42, Panamanian,
was fined $10 for .making too fast
a start with his bus en the Gail Gail-lard
lard Gail-lard Highway
Admiral Dennison
Given New Post
THOMASVILLE, Ca.. Feb. 5
( UPI) President Eisenhower to
day elevated the one-time Naval
aide to former resident Truman,
Vice Admiral Robert L. Dennison,
to one of the Navy's top jobs
Commander of American Naval
Forces in the Eastern Atlantic and
Mediterranean.
Dennison is now Deputy Chief of
Naval Operations for plans and
policy. He Was nominated at the
poms i.'vn. ,a ,.11
admiral while serving in his new
commana,
Fidel Xastro
By DREW PIAKSON
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 The
Fidel Castro movement against
dictators is getting more and more
contagiouer'lA'T'.' ...
Two widely-separated jungle S S-reas
reas S-reas in Latin America sire now
the scenes of rebel mobilization a-J
gamsc two: Pt. me tew remaining
dictatorships south of the border
In the wild and trackless
Wastes of southern Nicaragua,
where the famed Insurgent lead leader,
er, leader, Sandlne, long escaped ,the
U.S.V Marliwi: a revolutionary
force Is gathering today
Jleaded by Gen. Jose Rudales.
a former. Nioaraguan National

One Escapee
Brought, Back;
5 At Large
Balboa -police today captured
one of the three inmates of the
Corozal Mental Hospital who es escaped
caped escaped Saturday night.
The captured man, Harry Wal-
ered by authorities the most po potentially
tentially potentially dangerous of the three,
but his capture was as peaceful
as it could be,
A resident of Diablo Heights tip
ped the police early this morning
that a man answering the descrip
tion of one of the three mental
hospital' patients was at the rear
of house 5412. It was only a little
past daybreak.
Police approached' warily,
knowing that Walcott was sub subject
ject subject to extreme violence when
forced or thwarted,. But the fu fugitive
gitive fugitive was sitting very quietly
on the back steps, docile as a
lamb.
When asked matter-of-factly what
he was doing there Walcott re replied
plied replied he was waiting for the fami
ly to awake and to ten him what
work he Was to do for. the. day,
Walcott had formerly done odd
jobs for the family occupying the
nouse.
He offered Bo resistance a he
was led away or return to Coro-
Wcott'Vajtnu.C Inlal-'l I
ust .195T, wnile awaiting trial: at
U.S. District Court on a charge of
araacjang a woman, fi
$ '- v. .i
The remaining tww.men. Car
los Magallon, 25, Panamanian,
and Julio Santamana. 20. Pana
manias, are -still at large es-ere-
the three Gamboa convicts who
escaped from a prison road gang
earlier this week.
fjiin!$ 'Best Answer
On Integration
RICHMOND, -Vw Feb. 5 CUPD
-MSov. J. Lindsay Almond, with
the threat of court-ordered school
krteeration hanging over a third
city, (assigned the task of funding
new, ways,, to maintain segrega
tion today to a -HMnemner legis
lative commission. :; .,-.' ..'
.
.,It is my lerrent, lervent hope
fhat working together We can e-
volve a solution which wul re
dound to the best interest of Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia .and all her people," Al Almond
mond Almond said. y
nm Oomimisslon will to to
work next Wednesday. Almond's
announcement' of the Commission,
which he bad been drafting for
more than a week,- caime sever several
al several hours after a federal judge-
Ltoid Alexandria tt must admit
nine Negroes to three previously previously-white
white previously-white schools next Tuesday,
Judge Albert V. Bryan yester
day upheld the school board of
f the,,!historic Potomac River city
m TOnisine to enroll nve outer
Negroes but cast aiside.a plea for
a postponement of the Integra-
t ;" Alexandria,
If integration oc
curs Tuesday, wui Become me
third Virginia city to enroll Ne
groes and whites io the same
Classrooms,
twenty-one Negroes entered sev
en schools in Norfolk, and Arung
ton Monday. School authorities
and the students agreed that the
change had gone 'smoothly, un
f marked by violence ok incidents,
for the first mree asys.
Spirit Echoes
Guard subomnnandaot, some 1,
200 armed men are training' in
guerrilla warfare: Their eventual
aim is to spark an uprising that
would end the Somoza family's
quarter-century rule in, that Cen Cental
tal Cental American republic
Six tnousanq ; miies farmer
aeuth,
dissident army officers
have launched e movement to
' oust Paraguay's tough strong strong-man,
man, strong-man, Oen. Alfredo Streestner.
' Their headquarters is the Cha Cha-co,
co, Cha-co, the vast wilderness- stretching
from northern Paraguay; i n t o
southern Bolivia, over which those
two countries fought a savage sev-
en-year war irom ro xmu.-r
Inf armed private sources ia

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NEW LEASE on life for Lady as she poses with new mistress
Muriel Wilson and Muriel's grandson Stanley.

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For Jew Mistress In Panama

The sad shaggr dog story of La
dy has a tender and happy finale.
Lady has iounq anew nome, wis
time in Panama,
She is an appealing little mon-
erel terrier, a bundle. ot grey
fluff, who ran afoul of her Canal
Zone; master whose fondness tor
the playful dog did not match the
level of Lady's mistress. Poor La
dy felt like, something of a scape
goat, and when the master s ais-i
approval rose to threats, Lady
hastily decamped io safety at the
Corozal Pound,, Her flight was
aided by a sharp-eyed member of
the Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals.
Now enter Muriel Wilson, a
gentle Panamanian lady with an
abiding love for dogs. Muriel's
dearly loved Beauty, a three-year-
old monerel terrier, nenshed in a
fire which swept the San Miguel
section nearly a year ago. Muriel
had raised Beauty from a pup and
her loss was grieved.
Muriel's long-time employer,
Helen N. Minor, of Balboa, em-
Dloved at the Canal Zone Payroll
Branch, knew of Muriel's loss and
had long been on the lookout for
a suitable pet.
Lady seemed very much Mu
riel's dish of tea,' Helen Minor and
Saturday Hours
For Balboa P.O.
To Change Soon
The operating hours of Balboa
Post Office on Saturdays will be
changed beginning February 21,
according to an announcement by
the Postal Division.
Effective that date Balboa Post
Office will be open from 8 in the
morning until 4:30 in the afternoon
on Saturdays. Present hours are
from 8 until 5:30.
The change follows one made
k the operating hours of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Retail Store which has result resulted
ed resulted in less calls for service in the
late- afternoon.

In Dictatorships Of Nicaragua, Paraguay

suncion, the Paraguayan capital,
predict that Stroessner, who seiz seized
ed seized power almost seven years ago,
will be forced to "do s Batista"
and flee abroad within 90 days.
These informants including La Latin
tin Latin American diplomats stationed
there say Stroessner already
knows he cannot count on effec effective
tive effective resistance by northern gar garrisons
risons garrisons to a full-scale attack from
the Chaco,:
Arms smuggled to. the rebels a a-cross
cross a-cross the Brazilian sod Argentine
frontiers, the sources add, will
soon make such an offensive pos possible.
sible. possible. i
Reports on the Niearaguan dev development
elopment development paint a leas rosy picture

t i

the SPCA shared Lady's $10 board
bill at the pound and the next day
Lady moved into her new home.
Now Lady lives with Muriel, her
two-year-old grandson Stanley and
Muriel's daughter Agatha. Muriel
says Lady has been as demure as
a lady should be Since the moment
she arrived,
Stanley's only comment was a
wide grin and an arm around La
dy s neck.
Havana's Casinos
May Reopen Soon
Tor Tourists Only'
HAVANA, Feb. 5 (UPD-Union
leaders predicted today the revol revolutionary
utionary revolutionary government will act im
mediately ,-to autnonze Tne reopen
ing of Havana's muiu-mimon uui
lar gambling casinos on a "tour "tourists
ists "tourists only" basis.
The CTC union federation alert
ed the 10,000-odd croupiers, en entertainers,
tertainers, entertainers, musicians and waiters
who lnst their iobs when the casi
nos closed to be ready to return
to work on 24 hours' notice.
A Government spokesman said
the cabinet will take up the gamb
linff niiestion at a session expect-
cA to last through the night, but
he would give no assurance of
final action.
A three-man cabinet committee
appointed to draft a gambling law
ran into difficulties last week
which made it impossible for it to
submit proposals to the full cabi cabinet
net cabinet Saturday as originally sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. The committee apparently had
trouble in devising means of ex excluding
cluding excluding Cubans from the casinos,
deciding which places shall be al allowed
lowed allowed to reopen and making sure
that persons regarded as "gang "gangsters"
sters" "gangsters" by the revolutionary gov gov-esnment
esnment gov-esnment would be excluded from
ownership of the gaming houses.
of insurgents' ohances there.
Since dictator Anastasie (Ta (Ta-cho)
cho) (Ta-cho) Semeta was assassinated
In 1956, his twe sons have been
running 'the country with a gent gentler
ler gentler and temewhat mere enlight enlightening
ening enlightening hand. They are keeping
the ereekr Marine-trained Nation National
al National Guard' in fighting trim, how-ever-vVI
. '.s
Luis Somoza, who took over the
presidency after his father died,
recently announced that he would
respect a constitutional ban on re reelection
election reelection when his term runs out
next year."
Even; more significant was So So-moza's
moza's So-moza's declaration that his broth brother
er brother "Tachito," who sow heads the

Solons Get
Ike's Civil
Rights Bid

WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 (UPI) (UPI)-President
President (UPI)-President Eisenhower asked Con Congress
gress Congress today in a seven-point civil
rights program for stronger fed federal
eral federal power to punish anyone us using
ing using threats or violence to ob obstruct
struct obstruct court-ordered integration.
The seven points in the Pres President's
ident's President's civil rights program
would:
Strengthen the law dealing
with obstruction of justice to spe
cify that it is a federal offense to
use force or threats to block
court orders for school integra integration.
tion. integration. Give the FBI additional in investigative
vestigative investigative authority in cases in involving
volving involving the destruction or at attempted
tempted attempted destruction of schools or
churches by making it a federal
crime to flee from one state to
another to avoid detention or pro pro-section.
section. pro-section. Empower the attorney gen general
eral general to inspect federal election
records and to require that
such records be preserved for
a reasonable period for such
inspection,
Provide a temporary program
of financial and technical aid to
state anq local agencies to assist
them in making necessary ad
justments required by school des
dU'CShWitivW'5 the.'
education of children f .members
of the armed forces when state-
administration public schools are
clos edbecause of desegregation
decisions or orders.
Recommend creation of a sta
tutory cmomission to encourage
plants With government contracts
to provide equal job opportuni opportunities.
ties. opportunities. Extend for two years the life
of the Civil Rights Commision
set up to survey problems and
recommend solutions.
FI. Clayton Club
To Oiler Weekly
Talks On Hobbies
The Fort Clayton Service Club
has initiated a series of "Hobby
of the Week" lectures to be held
6:30 p.m. each Friday during the
month of February.
The first lecture, scheduled for
tomorrow, will concern collecting
coral in the Panama area and is
to be given by Robert Stewart,
well known archaeologist who has
one of the largest local collections
of coral. Stewart will have many
varieties on display during the
lecture, and will discuss where
and how it can be obtained and
how it is prepared for a collection.
Subsequent hobbies will include
coin collecting, gem cutting and
polishing and orchid growing.

Juke Boxes, Sound Trucks
Ordered Hushed In Havana

o
HAVANA, Feb. 5 (UPI)- The
government's morality campaign
took a new tack today with an
order barring sound trucks from
the streets and demanding the
removal of juke boxes from pub public
lic public places to "reduce noise and eli eliminate
minate eliminate corruption.
Interior Minister Luis O. Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, who issued the order, said
the juke box and sound truck busi-
National Guardi, is ineligible by
law to succeed him.
With this hint that the Some Some-tas
tas Some-tas may be ready to call it quits
(both sons aro multimillionaires)
most people there want to wait
and tee before giving open tup tup-pert
pert tup-pert to an insurrection that
could bring on s civil war at
bloody at Cuba't.
Rebel chieftain Rudales, aware
of this sentiment, is also marking
time until conditions for the presi presidential
dential presidential election are disclosed.
If there is an obvious attempt
by the Somozas to rig an election
in favor of a handpicked official
candidate) then the bullets are
likely to fly.

Macmillan, Lloyd
Agree To Visit
Russia Feb. 21
LONDON, Feb. 5 (UPI) U. S. Secretary of Stati

John Foster Dulles and British

millan reaffirmed their nations' determination today to
stand firm against any Soviet threats and pressures to

get them out of Berlin.
Jvtacmillan announced that he and British For Foreign
eign Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd would visit Moscow Feb.' 21
in an attempt to "dispel misconceptions and to est-ah.

sh some basis for better understanding."

Authoritative sources said Dull
es, Macmillan and uoyd agreed in
two days of cold war talks to
maintain a no-retreat policy m tne
Berlin situation.
The sources said they also a-
greed not to accept the premise
that the Soviets have the right of
unilateral denunciation of existing
Big Four agreements on Berlin.
They also .agreed not to turn
overVthehVi responsibilities for the
divided city to the East Germans.
After Macmillan completed his
talks with Dulles, he announced to
the House of Commons that he
had accepted a Russian invitation
to visit the Soviet Union. He said
Macmillan said recent interna
tional developments had made him
feel that s visit to Moscow at the
present time "would be of value."
He said he and Uoyd would not
attempt to conduct negotiations
on behalf of the West.
Italy's Fanfanl
Refuses To Withdraw
His Resignation
ROME, Feb. 5 (UPI) Amintore
Ftenfani today refused to with
draw his resignation as Premier
and Italy's 11-day old government
crisis was back where it started.
The "final", refusal came dur
ing a one hour 24-minute meeting
with President Giovanni Gronchi.
Gronchi Tuesday had asked the
"little professor" to withdraw his
resignation and go before perua
ment for a confidence test.
Fanfani said he would "think it
over."
After consulting with top offi
cials of the Christian Democratic
Party, Fanfani went to the presi
dential palace at noon today and
told Gronchi "no."
Gronchi now had the choice of
beginning consultations with poC
tical leaders again in ah attempt
to find a premier designate or
disbanding parliament and calling
general elections.
General elections had' not been
scheduled until 1963.
nesses here are both notably cor corrupt.
rupt. corrupt. Meanwhile, the newspaper El
Pais reported that Fidel Castro
has ordered a new trial for Maj.
Jesus So?a Blanco, Cuba's "war
criminal No. 1," who was tried and
sentenced to death two weeks ago
in tne sports faiace" stadium.
El Pais, quoting a correspondent
who is accompanying Castro on
his whirlwind tour of OTiente
Province, recalled in an edition
published last night- that Sosa com
plained at the time that the Rom Roman
an Roman Colosseum" atmosphere in the
stadium made a just verdict im impossible.
possible. impossible. The newspaper predicted that
the trial, wh'ch it said will be o o-pen
pen o-pen to television and the press,
will begin late this week or early
next.
"War criminals" who have fac faced
ed faced the courts here since Sosa's
conviction have been tried in reg
ular courtrooms. Maj. Pedro Mo-
rejon Valdes, who. was convicted
after Sosa, was shot Saturday.
'War crimes" trials continued
throughout this island nation. At
least two ex-soldiers were con condemned
demned condemned to death yesterday and
executed. Four others were sent sentenced
enced sentenced to prison.

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Prime Minister Harold Mac
Khrushchev Asks
Ike To Visit
Russia For Peace
MOSCOW, Feb. 5 (UPI) -Premier
Nikita Khrushchev invited
President Eisenhower to Russia
today as A step toward bringing
me twonations together and end
chev condemned the U.S. admin
istration for ignoring the begin
nings of ah fJEast-West "thaw."
He called this the policy of "deal "dealers
ers "dealers in blood."
He said the U.S. tour of Soviet
Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoysn
"in particular" helped along this
thaw and "should the President
decide to come to our country he
would be met with sincere hospi hospitality
tality hospitality by our government and
the Soviet people."
"A visit of
tt this kind would
br useful to both
undoubtedly
countries and would meet with
the approval of th peoples of
the U.S.A. and the Soviet U U-nion,"
nion," U-nion," Khrushchev said.
"Let the President take -ths
map of the Soviet Union and
choose the areas of our countries
he would like to visit," he add added.
ed. added.
At the same time, the Soviet
Union criticized Eisenhower for
ignoring the peaceful aspects bl
Khrushchev's ireport to tihe2tt
Communist Party Congress ..sod
"resorting to cold war termino terminology"
logy" terminology" in yesterday's Washington
press conference.
The. official Tast Newt Agen
cy taid the Protident "did not
mention" those tactions of the
report "which dtmonttratod the
tlncere desire of the Soviet
people to tocure an end to the
cold war, relaxation of interne,
tional tension and to free man mankind
kind mankind from the foar of another
war."
Instead, Tass said, "respfuhg
to cold war terminoloev. the Prea-
idont rWlnrpd that h Wit"'
must continue to design pro
grams that might possibly bCV-
ceptaMe to the Sovieruntoff and

therefore would crack this iron-
' - I , -V

curiam complex. (.
Tass said that ""the President
was "obviously irritated" bX De Defense
fense Defense Ministei Marshal Rodion
Malinovsky's claims that oviet
missile achievements made ? West
ern weaponry ouwaiea.!
Krushchev's Hate
For Caoitalism
Stems From Youth
NEW YORK (UPI) Eric Johns Johnston,
ton, Johnston, special assistant to President
Eisenhower on foreign affairs, said
yesterday Sovie Premier Nikita
Khrushchev's hatred of capitalism
feds on a youthful experience.
In an article writen for Look
magazine, Johnston said mirusn mirusn-chev
chev mirusn-chev related the incident to him
while he was visiting the premier
recently at his home along the
shores of the Black Sea. :
"A a voune man. he worked
in the coal mines in the Ukraine's
DoneU River basin,' said Johns
ton. 'The mines were owned by
a French concern. t '
"He spoke of his deep resent resentment
ment resentment ol the long hours, the low

wages, the depioraDie rving con
dltions. This, he said. Was capital

ism, just as Karl Marx had writ
ten. This was what communism
would eliminate from ihe earth."
Johnston raid Khrushchev's eyes
flashed with anger when he .re .recalled
called .recalled ths experience. !..'

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Sir:

SPEED ON MIRAFLORES BRIDGE

..... i i- r,t tVia .nrV ,n ODeratioTl

I nan tnr tJ if a sure inis ween, ui
from the center of Miraflores Bridge At least it was ateame
Si the bridge closed and traffic started over it Then the exPience
Became friehtening. Gasoline trucks and trucks marked ammuni ammuni-fio"
fio" ammuni-fio" cam" charging across at high speeds. What would happen if
i gasoto truck turned over on that bridge? The people working on
U "S below would be burned to death Each lock chambei wou d
become an inlerno. Much damage would be done to equipment.
The bridge mechanism would be damaged beyond immediate repair
I questioned the bridge attendant and was told that the bridge
has 20 mph speed signs. This 20 mph is the maximum speed across
the bridge, but the police seem unable to cope with the rush of traf-
Vs'poke to the young bridge attendant for about five minutes,
and in that time 100 or more cars crossed the bridge. If any oi them
were ohservinc; the 20 mph limit then 20 mph is twice ,as fast as it
W lso understand the bridge to be dangerous on a wet day,
though no signs are pasted to that effect. .
I will not visit Miraflores Bridge aeain till it becomes a bit safer,
llayba before the new bridge h built the pohce iwffl I eomanp with a
JsterA of controlling traffic it,,- Jffc"-

BURNING ISSUE
Sir:
Feb. 1 a motorcycle was burned practically to the frame in the
parking let in front of the Balboa YMCA. This was reported in the
paper, but only half the atorjr wa told.
5 Cause of thslaze was a backfire. The boys tried to "mother
the flames with flieir ehirts, but were unsuccessful. My son Kenneth
then ran into the YMCA, yelled that there was a fire out in front,
and asked for a fire extinguisher.
The lady in charge told him she would not give him one. It was
against rule's regulations to do ao, she said.
I ask vou, what is a fire extinguisher for? Is it an ornament,
or is it supposed to be put to practical use in an emergency? Extin Extinguishing
guishing Extinguishing a fire would seem to be practical use for a fire extinguisher
If the governor's car caupht fire in the YMCA parking lot would
they turn down his request for a fire extinguisher because such a
request was against the rules and regulations?
I reported the situation to Fire Master Wra. G. Dolan of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and he took measures to ee that such a situation does not arise
"f "'The damage to the motorcycle was extensive, whereas it would
have been only minor if common sense had prevailed. All private
clubs and government agencies on the Zone should instruct their
emploves to give the utmost cooperation in case of f;re. whether it
is on the oremises on the grounds or even only adjacent to their
grounds. Rules and regulations should be modified so that the re required
quired required cooperation will be forthcoming. MicKeniie

SHAPE UP

Sir:
' Regarding "A Butt's" tongue-in-cheek letter (Mail Box, Jan.
30) on beauty conteat rules: My informents must be closer to the
horse's mouth. Their charges include net only the bolstering of under-equipped
front porches but also the use of the restraints on those
areas where nature was a little too lavish. Some of these little de devices
vices devices are known to the feminine trade as "merry widows, they
Gcwip seems to center mainly on one contestant but my sleuths
inform me that several young ladies were guilty of trickery. How How-eVr,
eVr, How-eVr, as those contestants who appeared "au natural are aware
of this and have chosen to remain quiet about it, let us respect their
admirable silence and drop the subject.
! On second thought, maybe future contestants might be deterred
fiom trying the same tricks if the dolls ahowed less consideration

T. TO"lcr; Boy Friend.

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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

i The opening oi tne rai oiock anuw is ski uiumujr mi nu.

v and the attendance wui De large.

Some farm and road-huilding machinery is beginning to arrive.
They always manage to cover the hillside with it.
s SW lirric rnmrwtitniM romp from the State of Iowa, but two

champions have been some Texas boy. It's still cold, with a little
m.ym...r T.UJ1

8 San nere, uui. xnere s a imavy nuw m mr ruiiuuic.
I am fixtiiriff mnrh hettpr. hut mv old eves are the same. Can't

t r tie across the Ftreet if the sun is shining without my dark glasses,
t If anv of my old friends show up and want to see me, they will
1 fmd me at the same old place, at 758 Bailey, door next to drieway.

( sol Ut one nexi vo me paim. irre

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' -Through this medium I would like to ask .the general 'manager,
eftha Commissary Division to ijjeresse the -delivery of sweet muk.
heraegenired, to Albrook Field on Mondays.- J. py from the milk
truck,1 and for the past three Mondays hsvt not been ahla to get any.
AJ11 hear Is "Sorry Lady, no milk. W ara sold out." .i
ji Housewife.

By VICTOR RIESEL
There have been over 800 tough

and unfriendly witnesses on tne

esenaie racket-busting comma-

tee's hot seat. One ol the newest
and toughest is tne central cnarci-

er in an operation wnicn ran i27.-

ooO uuo a lour million, perhaps
live million dollar profu.

This character is ex-prize fight

er aul Dortman, Jimmie iof-

la's clo&esi mend ana ousines
partner. Donman is all woven

steel and never iook u as an in

sult the oihei day when McClel McClel-lan
lan McClel-lan Commii.ee counselor Jioo
ivenneay asKea him it he was
the link between the Chicago un underworld
derworld underworld elite and nis ouaoy

from Detroit. You can't insult

Dortman wi.h such minor details.

he's lor tne Dig Siui, like

having an insurance brokerage out

fit, wnich he dominates, ver-

fit, which he dominates, over-

fare lunds Dy some z,40U,ouu.

This is only part of the profit the
Dorfman agency made tor "serv

icing" midwest Teamster uniors

since 1950.

That was the year the broker

age, known as tne Uaion insur insurance
ance insurance Agency, was launched on
America s nee enterprise ior the
sum of $27,500. .Since then the
Dorfman agency has hand e d
some $86,000,000 worth of. insur insurance,
ance, insurance, wun cash premiums as

high as $15,000,000, u migiH,:inter migiH,:inter-est
est migiH,:inter-est the working class to know.
For some time now Jim Hoffa
has been asked about his buddy
irom Chicago. And how come
the Dorfman agency got the ac ac-lount.
lount. ac-lount. The record shows that
Hoffa always has those "drop
dead" answers real handy. Back
in 1953 he told some government
people :
"I have known Dorfman for 15
years and if anybody wants to
make something of that, they
can go right ahead." ;",
Apparently Paul Dorfman did.
There were 47 insurance b-okers
of the highest technical standards,
efficiency and skill in developing
welfare programs and pensions

for injured, ailing and a g i n
truck drivers. But Dorfman got
the job. How?
"It simply was a matter of
luck that a friend of mine hap happened
pened happened to get it," said buddy Hof-
It developed that the Dorf Dorfman
man Dorfman insurance brokerage charged
a. four percent service fee and
commission.
It also happens that the Nation National
al National Assn. of Insurance Commision-

ers have announced an ethical
code which calls for a quarter, of
one percent as a fee on pre premiums
miums premiums of more than $2,000,000
annually. This, to my inner space
tyjv alheinttoMijpiijid, indi indicates
cates indicates haf the rroffman outfit
was charging tha proletariat eight
times more than tne ethical trade
considered a real handsome prof profit.
it. profit. I could numb you with a long
count of more millions made in
this business of insuring the
hard-working truckmen against
the ravages of driving through
storms and dismal nights. But
it's only money. Fact is that the
money should have been safe safeguarded
guarded safeguarded by a joint labor-management
board of trustees under the
law if you forgive me for he ex expression
pression expression at this point.
How could Dorf man's agency
have been so "lucky?" That was
what a Congressional committee
asked the employer trustees of
the midwest Teamos funds back
in '53. One trustee said that he
had sat in on the o'iginal Mar.
14, 1950, conference of worker
and boss ba! representatives.
This parley was considering bro

kers' bids to cover the drivers in

22 midwest states.
Hoffa was pushing Dorfman's
company. Surprise! Dorfman's u u-nit
nit u-nit got it. Why? The employers

had opposed the decision right
up to the last minute. Then they

went along to avoid "ditticumes

and reprisals," the trustee told
the Congressmen. What kind of

reprisals, the government people
asked.

"Shrikes." shouted the employer

representative, during the 1953
hearing. Dorfman's insurance
company "was picked in the in interest
terest interest of harmonious relations

with the union."

And that's how you can roll

$27,500 into four million, maybe

five million, dollairs.

CHARGE BEATINGS

NICOSIA. Cyprus (UPI) A

committee of Cyprus physicians

has complained to British Govern

or Hugh Foot that naked cypriot
girls were beaten by British wom women
en women troops last week in the village
of Agros.

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THI BROADWAY REPORT j
William Faulkner's "Requiem
for a Nun,' opening on B'way to tonight,
night, tonight, was written about 8 years
ago. .Poor John Wayne. He dis distributes
tributes distributes $150,000 annually to ex-

wives. .Cecil B. DeMille, who

often tangled with reviewers,

would have been amused to read
their fervid adieulogies .Sever

al starlets have adopted the

"another Bardot" pufflicity gim

mick. Could be a career-wrecking
blunder. Imitation is rarely
competition. .Strawhats are now

equipped with earmutfs. There
are about 30 Winter stock com companies.
panies. companies. Sam Goldwyn made an

important confession the other
day. The sale of old films to tee-

vee has kept many studios alive.

.ilesh-peddhng is not profitable.

Striptea&ers average $100 weekly.

&o Keep your shirts on, guns.
Producer Geurge Abbott stress

es dignity. Everyoody, including
his stars, call him Mr. 'Abbott

(Hi. George!). .Ethel Bairy-

more is probab'y the only ac

tress who has never kept a scrap-

book. Some of the .richest re

cording artists are gospel singers

and Western yodelers who are
practically unknown in the Big

Buig. .Judy Holiday is another

whg gets her kicks hammering

the bongo. bign in i teevie

exic s offi-e "Nobody Knows
The Troub e vt Seen. Anil Be
If f Me, Nobody Cares". If yo:
dTg'Jazz t.r'f most, sp'n Johnny

Maddoxs "Dixieland HVif.-". .

I flea Hayes' (.Lotable wisdom:

' Never ju a friend by etc
moment of misunderstanding."
"he book .itled 'Advioi to a
oung Ciitir" includes G. B.

Shaw's: "Journalism when it

ets hold ot a willinu and caDa

bJe horse, walks him to death at
forty and leaves his ghost

walking painfully for another
twenty or thirty". . Princess
Grace's favorite actor, Prince Rai Rai-ner
ner Rai-ner might be delighted to learn,
is William Holden. She once gush gushed:
ed: gushed: "If I had to, I'd stand in line
to see one of his pictures". "A
Raisin in the Sun" looks like an another
other another Broadway plum. Welcomed

with raves in New Haven. .Have
a revolutioaary note: William Sa Sa-royan
royan Sa-royan believes that critics should
buy their tickets. .Debbie Rey Reynolds'
nolds' Reynolds' orginal ambition was to
be a teacher. Unhappily, she has
learned some bitter lessons.

Broadway history: The youngest
actress to achieve stardom on
Broadway was Elsie Janis. She
became a sparkler at 16. .Rome
has a 'movie university" where
thespians are trained. One of its
grads is Sophia Loren. Rah-rah.
. .Whirl Roberta Shenwood's plat platter
ter platter t "Look for the Silver Lin Lining."
ing." Lining." Jerome Kern's classic was
never c'assier. .Joan Crawford's
tip: "If you want to be success successful,
ful, successful, don't listen to the complaints
of the unsuccessful." Right.
Gwen Verdon's anatomical a-

chievement:, A ,24-inch waist, aJ
36-inch bflStliTfceecretbeRM

berto Hope's energy is nis abili ability
ty ability to restore it. Goes to sheep a a-nywhere,
nywhere, a-nywhere, anytime. .Kim Novak,
the boy-joy, informed an inter interviewer
viewer interviewer she was an ugfy teenager.
I don't believe it.

How is radio doing? Read Tel Television
evision Television mag's case histories of
successful radio advertisers. .Dor .Doris
is .Doris Day's heir has his mother s
freckles any sunny smile. .On .Only
ly .Only one big-time clown has spurn spurned
ed spurned TV and remains adamant. Dan
ny Kaye. .It's a Lttle sick-making
to read about talented Holly Holly-woodites
woodites Holly-woodites collared by cops as or ordinary
dinary ordinary drunks. So many fine per performers
formers performers give terrible perform performances
ances performances without directors. .Anoth .Another
er .Another historic date is 1941 the year
the Gabors discovered America.
They landed here as poor immi immigrants
grants immigrants equipped with nothing ex except
cept except priceless knowledge: How to
take males. .If there were no

imitators of "Lucy," "Dragnet"
and "What's My Line? there
would almost be a TV blackout.

. .One movie mag would have

you .believe that a star wears ear.

rings on her t.n. Where ebe?

From Eartha xvi i's biography:

Her folks were farmers. They
reaped a good crop (after many

barren years) the year she was

born. They expressed their grati

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Eartha. .Time mag must have
a passion for irrelevancy: In re reporting
porting reporting Franchot Tone's divorce,
it mentions that he attended Cor

nell U. and was Phi Beta Kappa

. .No wonder Garbo spurns fa fabulous
bulous fabulous offers. Her annuities bring
her $100,000 per year. .The rups
at S.natra in' the papers recall
Wilson Mizner's "Never get rich
in the limelight". .Where else

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The Age of Candors Movie

stars, in interviews, spill det?
ed descriptions of their enceuue
experience, .Cosmopolitan mag's

understantement: Salvador Daili
has a. great talent for publicity

. ; Books; smallfry wpreseht
thr most lucrativrr branch of the

publishing biz. .The lyrics of

most rocknrollas sound like they
were written for Tarzan's voca vocabulary.
bulary. vocabulary. .There's more sweat

than Stardust in being a film

twinkler. Thespians report to the

stucjio makeup dust in being a
film twinkler. Thespians report to

the studio makeup dep't at. 7 ay ay-em
em ay-em and seldom leave the studio

before 6 o'clock, in the evening
. .Nothing sounded better on
TV than Leonard Bernstein's ver version
sion version of "Rahpsody in Blue." On Only
ly Only great. . .The advance sale
for "Redhead has zoomed past
one million $ .' .There are 350
different recorded versions of the
ever-lovin' "Stardust" swelody.

Dinah toils hard to make view
ers happier. She was so breath breathless
less breathless at the end of her show, she
could hardly gasp: 'G'nightl".
. .Add glama-killers: The melan melancholy
choly melancholy news about Hedy Lamarr
being ill and broke. A shocking
story about a star who once had
Everything. ..Tony. Perkins js
another who is investing his coin
in real estate. Save your money.
It can be your friend when you
have no friends. .Yul Brynner,
who grew wealthy as an actor,
would rather be a director. .
Three actors have won two Os Oscars
cars Oscars each. Fredric March, Gary
Cooper and Spencer Tracy.. Mr.
Tracy has a good chance of be becoming
coming becoming a 3-time winner this year
via "Last Hurrah or "Old Man
and the .Sea." Couldn't happen
to a mora, talented actor.

Historical notei Elvis, launched
his rocknriot career by doing
the hallelujah blt at Dixie reviv revival
al revival meetings. .Fred Astaire owns
a horse-breeding farm. .The re

prise oi uing s "uomg My way
is one of the few oldies that mer merits
its merits encores. Delightful as ever.
. .The latest fad in Movieville's
money-to-burn set: Wearing gowns
that match the decor of your
home. Zdly. .Add chuckle.r A
sportscasler interviewed fight fighter
er fighter after he was kayoed. His ini initial
tial initial query:, "Were1 you hurt?"
. .Sammy Davis Jr. has been a
Show biz whiz since be was 4-years-young.

Don't knock soap-operas, pal.
They provide lush incomes for
numerous skillful performers, en en-ablihg
ablihg en-ablihg them to risk the Broad Broad-way
way Broad-way flops. .The you-can-say-that-agahi
trophy goes, to somer somerset
set somerset Maugham's observation: "Grt "Grt-titutda
titutda "Grt-titutda is not a yirtue that eonui
easily to ha human wet". .
Newsweek's vht-nN. knn.l..

Deanna Durbln is still the best

Known American movia star In
Russia. .The "Anna Lucasta
flicker advartl ara mlM

wh zzy. For example: "The blis-

nran oi a irampi". .me call
Girl to-doodle in a line:-Sin Is
Not Always Fun. .Marilyn Mon Monroe
roe Monroe SOends hours, annlvlna- malra.

up before an interview. She Isn't

sausneo unm ana wom Uki mm
rilyn Monroa

WASHiGTON- Threa Soviet
freignters, loaned with arms, ate
steaming up tne Persian Guif to toward
ward toward the only part of Iraq, that
toucqes the sea -omimus evid evid-ence
ence evid-ence that that oil-rich country-is
slipping behind the Irpn Curtain;
American intelligence has care carefully
fully carefully followed the progress of the
three Soviet ships, They carry the
first Communist arms shipment
to Iraq, which hitherto has relied
upon western arms and until last
cummer -was a member of the
Baehdad Pact. v-;r : t

More than 200 Soviet military ad advisers
visers advisers have also arrived in Bagh

dad to help thi Iraqi Army con-

vert from British to Russian equip equipment.
ment. equipment. Yet when only nine Americ American
an American military advisers were station stationed
ed stationed in Baghdad, Radio Moscow ac accused
cused accused the former Iraaj Govern Government
ment Government of being an American pup puppet.
pet. puppet. ' ''". '
NEBULOUS LAW

A secretary for Congressman
Lawrence Brock, ,' energetic ne
Nebmska Democrat, telephoned
the House Document Room the

other day fori particular bill, She

couldn t say : for sure, however,
whether it ws House Reolution
133 or Join Resolution lv3.
"Do vou know its subject mat matter?"
ter?" matter?" asked the document clerk.
"It has something to do with

outer space, she volunteered
brhtly.
What she sought turned out to
be the Joint Resolution, whose sub
ject is said to dwell in outer space
but should be in the inner hearts
of man proposed constitution constitutional
al constitutional amendment to "recognize the.
authority and law of Jesus Christ."
CIVIL RIGHTS SPLIT
There's a very signiticant back backstage
stage backstage Dattie going on inside tne
White House over civil ngnts;
Wnen Gen.; Wuion persons, bro brother
ther brother of the ex-Governor of Alaba Alabama,
ma, Alabama, stepped uuo Jinerman A A-dams'
dams' A-dams' joo at the White House, he
gave tne statf fair warning: "I
want you to rememDer I am wrong
on the civil rights, issuer 1 want
you to fight: me on it." : ;
Today Persons is using his pow powerful
erful powerful influence to keep President
Eisenhower irom taking any lead leadership
ership leadership on civil rights, but the Wnite
House staff isn't jollowing Persons'
instructions. I isn't "fighting" him
on it.
In fact, White-Hous counsel Ge Gerald
rald Gerald Morgan, second in power to
Persons, has joined in urging Ike
to keep hanos off the civil rights
Controversy.
Persons and Morgan are willing
to let the President pay lip service
to civil rights but urge him not
to help implement the Supreme

Court integration' demiottsnih anjrt

way.'
On the other side, Attorney Ge General
neral General Bill Rogers is working behind
the scenes to line up the full power
and prestige of the White House
behind the Supreme- Court. He
wwuld like to ban Federal pro

iects. for example, in areas that

refuse to comply with theSaye-

me Courts integration orders.
"This sounds too punitive," ob

jected Morgan.

As a result, tne lines are oraw
inside the Eisenhower administra administration
tion administration over school integration. Ike
is now following the advice of his
right-hand man, General Persons
from Alabama.
PERSONAL AND
CONFIDENTIAL
New York's busy new Gov. Nel Nelson
son Nelson Rockefeller has found time to
make only one change in his Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department. He rushed
through the appointment of Oren
Root as deputy Commissioner.
(Root is the man who s'i rted the
bandwagon rush for Wendell Will Will-kie
kie Will-kie in 194C which nominated him.)
Root's confidential assigment is

to wangle Federal .contracts for

(New York businessmen. 'V-.wnue

nther hie-name Democrats are ma

neuvering for the! 1960 presidential!

nomination. New York City's Ma

yor Bob Wagnerhas ii'.y iauneh,

ed a campaign lor tne t presi:
dency. .Nevada's defea.ed Sen.

George Malone left itehind an in-
teicatulfc kutcuiciu iwu.ai'wil.
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m.uii ui...i ju.t u 'iia
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moridi lS-moridi 'iowei, tteciu eu niiLy
Hit lai-tfaeU. ivOutil i'ai,1 aiWaS
a iieio to tne U.o. Chabioer of
commerce, come tunguig
reoue 10 the U. a. Cnamoer of
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soa, F.Nel-soa, uuiod couUactor ibr uie xatt
MeflMiiual, Mm eau tms .uem in
urt j :aL uam Jtr;s : wsietuen
"uricKiayers wuo ustid to la xuOO
bricks a uay nauoiiy, now limited
oy union ruies to SuO."
" iSeisou uciuugs lu'me U. S. Cham
ber w tummeftej anu .aiso em
pioys bntKiaers, ii tucueu a
saving leuer 10 tne Luamoer a a-ooui
ooui a-ooui iue crick went on we itt
Memorial lower. :.t ,
"for Vuur auuiuiation," he wrole

"lour' unckiayers on that job,
building 16-incii bricn walls back

ing up the store face of the Me

morial, laid an average ot 2,800
bricks per day per man. Not 5U0."
He explained ihat the bricklay bricklaying
ing bricklaying rate depends upon the kind of
masonry; tnat production efficien efficiency
cy efficiency on a comparable wall is actual
ly higher today than' it 'used to
be in 1928-32;
"The amount of foolishness cir circulated
culated circulated on the subject of brick bricklayer
layer bricklayer productH'y and wages is,
little short of appalling," Nelson
asses. ''
"It is particularly 'irritating to

le in this case, since it

means, my Chamber dues are be being
ing being employed to disseminate false
information which tends to damage,
a segment or business i which has,
been my life's concern.
"it, also raises a natural, question
information which thet::Ch mber
newsletter has sent m on other
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URGE RED RECOGNITION
. TOKYO (UPl)-fiight prive
Japanese trada organizations re"
rPt jetfirttikph reco reco-!r.lzel
!r.lzel reco-!r.lzel Conjw nistChika -m an ef.1
fort to briairthe deadlock' in re re-lations
lations re-lations between the tw countries,

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.. The Roman castellum, built
when legionnaires were pro
tcctors of Gaul, was. the an ancestor
cestor ancestor of European castles. Tha
castellum was, a square or
quadrangle" surrounded' by a
high wooden fence, outside of
Which., was a deep dffcK. A:
large earth, mound,' also sur-i

rounded by a ditch, was in the
center of the enclosure. Tha

mound was a place for a last!

stand, when necessary. -f)
Kneyelopadla Brlthnnloa,.

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Answer to Previous Puzztt)

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islands
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Brazil
12 Algerian city
13 Biblical name
14 Doctor of
Education
(ab.)
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plants
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again
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general
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9 Happening
again
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place
11 Poems
14 Union
20 Elevate
22 Command
24 Created
15 Brother of
Cain (Bib.)
28 Traveler

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(var.)

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48 Enamel
4 Scottish hill

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PAUB fUIUI

THTTRSDAT FEBRUARY W59

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LOCAL SOLDIER REENLIST& f Sp.4 Jose L. Salas of Panama
City, a member of the M9th Military Police Company, Fort Gulick,
recently reenliated for aix yars in the U.S; Army;after having al already
ready already completed' three year of honorable service. Described hy
his unit at an 'outstanding soldier-; Saks, was administered the
oath of allegiance by- Capt. George S. Black, commanding officer
of the organization. Salas will, continue to serve with his present
organization. i (UJS.jArmy Photo)

Congress Plaits More Investigations;
Arguments Center On Costs, Results

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Congres
apparently has decided there are
mow problems than ever facing
the nation. :
Naturall, they will hayo to be
Investigated.
The Senate was hard at work
today finishing up the job of sup supplying
plying supplying Itself with iund for tnis
purpose. '- ;
One -member, Senate Republi Republican
can Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen
(111.) took a skeptical view of th
business. He predicted the Senate
goon j woukb be investigating
"thiagi on thftjnoon.?
Dirksen' made his forecast after
the Senate had approved the
requests of more than 30 investi investi-atory:.committees
atory:.committees investi-atory:.committees and subcom subcom-miteesMft
miteesMft subcom-miteesMft about $3,522,500 in
funds for I95d.
Two more requests, tQtamng
$70,000-to permit, studies in the
fields of international health re-

RP Musical Units Will Be Air Forte
Guests At Stadium Cbncert Feb. 18

0-'.

trucker Opens War

On Highway

Over Mason-Dixon
fkJ)etnd. Fla., opened a

i-; -unAAi-v : yHi oosted;'. a oiu-

botr4RW.toen scoreboard on he
back Ht Ms. tractor-trailer which
Srei "Safety -don't pay down
South." :
m.wW bid trucker has

logged j.&M.'MO n
crH froin toe Florida,

fruit belt to the northern markets
and in fiy:tripr to Chfa; He
tarred his campaign, because he
has ireceived 35 traffic fines, all
in southern atstes.
?toks ia ;Vorld Wat H Vet-
two iMl-Pl'iiK
know what they put the premium
on .isafetytor-Wli 1 1 but its
dangfunnfeil? happens to
me : j6'iiSoW-

The liiriwi'',vw"
aroreooard-readsi
"Bob .Stokea, DeLand, Fla. Age
82. Life record, one and one half
mffllotr miles. No accideirt
"35 traffic fines..total TZ8...
The seow;;boardi,then,.,hsti;the
tates ,-wher thcne; wejejre wejejre-eeived:
eeived: wejejre-eeived: MarylandV,Virginjia, flofth
Carolina, South Carolina.
Florida, Alabama and West ( Virginia.-
.t
Maryland,' South, Carolina and
Florida vied for top "honors
with seven fines ach.
Truckers on Phila d e p n 1 a s
Dock- Street, who discuss the ac actions"
tions" actions" of highwav oatrolmen much
the same- as Wall Streeters dis

cuss DowStfones-' aVwages. wer
Impressed: withi Stoke rebelTioft
but there, '.wiini little ; chance -J of -it
preading. ,Bn'j driver: nodded 'ap 'approvingly,
provingly, 'approvingly, but said:
"I wouldn't' have "that sign on

search and constitutional amend amendmentswere
mentswere amendmentswere expected to be ap

proved today.
Sen. Allen J. Ellender (D-La.)
was fighting his usual rear-guard
economy action. He called atten attention
tion attention to the fact that the Senate
juvenile delinquency subcommittee
was created in 1953, purportedly
fori only one year;
It still is in operation, has
spent more than $600,000, and has
produced nothing but studies.
He called this, "wasted funds."
Dirksen said it appeared the
86th' Congress y would break all
records for investigative spend spending.
ing. spending. He wants Congress to "re "reexamine
examine "reexamine the whole investigatory
technique" which at present, he
said, had some groups "proceed "proceeding
ing "proceeding on parallel tracks" to find

answers to the same problems.
Housing: The House Rules Com Committee
mittee Committee was expected to approve
an administration approved bill
providing for an increase of in interest
terest interest rates on GI housing mort mortgages
gages mortgages from the present 4ft per
cent to the 5u per cent allowed

OB,FHA4n8iu?od,loansr3'he GI in

terest rate boost was designed to
breathe -new life into the veterans'
housing program by making it
more attractive to financers.
.. Labor; A U.S. Chamber of
Commerce spokesman told a Sen Senate
ate Senate labor subcommittee that the

Kennedy-Eryjn anti racketering

bill, molds i : oufcUituei shepe ot ac

complishing any thorough-going
f f i rm. l i jj i

reiorm. me cnamoer saiu u op opposed
posed opposed the bill as it now is draft drafted.
ed. drafted. But the chamber praised the
3o-called Curtis bill which would
tighten up the boycott and picket picketing
ing picketing provisions of the Taft-Hartley
ACt.' tK'.l ft. !,.'!.
Acadmy: tRep. vAiSydney Her Her-long
long Her-long Jrv (D-Fla) claimed broad
backing for his plan to set up a
freedom academy to teach how to
counteract Communist propaganda

in foreign countries. Herlong, who
introduced a bill this week to cre

ate the freedom academy, said it
would .'lfill; ft'ivacuumV in the na nation's
tion's nation's cold war effort,

Item Veto: Sen. Kenneth B.
Keating (R-N.Y.) proposed a con constitutional
stitutional constitutional amendment to carry
out President Eisenhower's re request
quest request for authority to veto speci

fic-items in .appropriations, bills.

At. ipresentf then President must
either accepts the entire bill or

none of it. KeatingSmaintained the

item veto authority could save
taxpayers "hundreds of millions

of dollars.:'. :.

For rthe joncert to be given by
the United States Air Force Bind
at the National Stadium on, Feb.
18, special guests '-will include
members ot the National Sympho Symphony
ny Symphony Orchestra, Republican Band,.
National Gutrd Band, Bomberos
Band, the press and radio com commentators.
mentators. commentators. "-J
' Invitations are being extended
by the co-sponsors, the Panamir
man-North American Association
and the Fine Arts Department of
tho Ministry of Educationf
The band' of more than "60 will
be under the accomplished direc
tion of Col. George Sallade How Howard.
ard. Howard. Panama wil. be the last stop
on the bandrs lour of Latin Ame America.
rica. America. Admission will be tree except
for a mall reserved section,; A
second conoeri will be given on
Feb. 19 at Beam Stadium, Albrook
Air Force Baae;
Here are a few quotes about the
band from round,-the world:
"America has no idea how much
the music of the USAF Band has
played in treating a better under understanding
standing understanding between oua two coun countries".
tries". countries". Hia Excellency Sean T,
O'Kelly, Pr ident of Ireland ;
"The U.S.. Air Force Band the
best ambassador ,'Americ has fr fryer
yer fryer sent to Germany", w- Hon.
Hans H. Rdlhammer. Mtyor of

"The beautiful muaio of this. hand.

elevates the spirit, delights the
mind and moves the soul. Music

such as this paves the way for
the kind of moral culture which

moves people to seek the highest

ideals of human achievement

His Excellency, Maim Bey Ayache,

Governor of North Lebanon.

"More Koreans went out attend

ed the concert of the U.S. Air

Force Band thar any public per

form a nee heretofore held in

Korea". His Excellency. Syn

gam Rhee, President of the Repu-

"That's marvelous, you swine.

A Trieste Communist.

The complete program follows:

National anthems of Panama and

the United States.

Lohengrin, Introduction to the

Third Act, by Wagner.

A Feat for Clarinets, by Con-

frey arranged by Gray.

Russian Sailors Dance, by Glier

Vocal Solo. Largo Al Factotum

from The Barber of Seville T-

Sgt. Robert D. Kerns, Baritone So-J

lolat, by Rossini, arranged by

Gray.

Five .Marches, 1. English: Colo

nel Bogey: 2. German: Fleigers'

March; 3. Latin American: Ampa-

rito Roca: and 4. Jananese: Ake-

rbonb:. 5. American: Manhattan

Beach by Alford, Dostal, Textdor

and Sousa.

Selections by The Singing Ser

geants, Capt. Robert L. Landers,
Director.

Rhapsody in Blue, by Gershwin.
Trumpet Trio Buelers' Holiday

M-Sgt. Arthur Will; T-Sgt. Delbert
Dale; T-Sgt. John Tardy, by Anderson.

Caribbean Fantasy, by MorrisSey
Vocal Solo. La Donna e Mnhtle

from Rigoletto M-Sgt. William K.

jwupree, lenor Soloist, by Verdi.
"Two Novelities. The TvDewriter.

WO Edward G. Grace, soloist, by
Anderson, and Bit of American
Jazz, by Hill.

The Stars and Staricr fnvr

by Sousa.

Selections by The Sincine Ser-

geants.t Capt. Robert L. Landers.
Director.

T

BAR R EL HOLDS' CIGAR ITTIS

Cigarette containers In the

shape of perfectly formed little
barrels made from old battleship

timber are being exported by a

British firmSkilled coopers make
them from tiny staves. Jointed
and bent in exactly the Same
way as for a full-sized .bavfe..

The- containers, hold 60-70 cigar

etteg of any size. They,, are .finish .finished
ed .finished in medium or natural oak,

with brais' or topper hooprr

T "I 1

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For Killing Man

At Boy's School

POWHATAN, Va. (UPI)-State
prison psychiatrist Dr. Harrv

Brick yesterday recommended

that Clyde Near, charged with the

fatal beating of a correctional in

stitution attendant, be held for

examination.
Near, a" 34-year-drd itinerant
truck 'driver, was--charged with
murdering Barry Steele Chapman,
24, m Nov. 7 at the Beaumont
School f6f Bovs.

Chapman, whose parents live 'n
York,.. Pa., was beaten to death

in his apartment at the correc correctional
tional correctional institution here.
. Near, who ha-1 been living with

relatives at me scnooi, was ar arrested
rested arrested Nov. 19 about 40 miles west
of Indianapolis, by state troopers

wno found him asleep in Chap
man's car.

He was scheduled to go on trial
next Monday hut Rrirlr unM ha

would be sent to the Southwest

Virginia, (mental) Hosipital at
Marion for about 45 days of ob observations
servations observations and tests.

Speaker Describes

Religious Trends

To Church Delegates

BUCK HILL FALLS, Pa. (UPI)
The annual midwinter meeting
of Congregational Christian
Churches was told yesterday that
a "substitute i religion of De Democracy"
mocracy" Democracy" is .bring established as
the official religion of public ed education
ucation education in this country.
Dr. WillHerberg, prominent au author
thor author and graduate professor of so social
cial social philosophy at Drew Univer University,
sity, University, urged responsible Christians
to stand uncompromisingly "over
and against the cyture where
the culture rtmi Counter to the de demands
mands demands and commitments of the
Christian faith."
Assert'ng that he believed the
American way of life is the best
way of life yet devised for mass
society, Herberg said it un unfortunately
fortunately unfortunately has come to constitute
the ultimate framework for meas measuring
uring measuring and value for great masses
of society.

These people, ht said, "s e e
themselves first and foremost as
Americans then secondarily as
Jews or Christians."
The board of home missions
voted yesterday not to become a
tenant of the Interchurch Center
to be opened in New York in De December
cember December by the National Council of
Churches.
The board noted with Its1 vote
that it did not know where the
headquarters of the United Church
of Christ would be, that tenancy
in the Interchurch Center would be
double rental, and that it was in intent
tent intent on keeping its own labor
force.

Former TWA Prexy

Fatally Injured

In Aulo Accident

TUCSON, Airiz., Feb. 5 (UPI)

Jack Frye, former president of
Trans World Airlines, was fatally
injured last night when his enr

Was struck broadside by a vehicle
which failed to heed a stop sign,
the Sherifs' department reported.
The 54-year-old aviation pioneer
who for several years headed the
General Analine and Film Corp.
of New York, makers of Ansco
photographic equipment, after his
retirement from TWA in 1947, was
thrown from his car by the impact
of the crash. He died an hour later.
Desputies said the driver of the
other car was Rosebell M. Wright,
42, who was uninjured. She was
cited for driving at an excessive
speed and running a stop sign.

Deputies also took a blood test of

Mrs. wngnt to determine if she
was intoxicated. They said the
tests' results when available would

De turned over to the district at attorney
torney attorney for actionv
Frye, who moved here several
months ago, recently had been pro promoting
moting promoting a small airplane made by
the Helio Aircraft Co. He served
as president of TWA for IS years.
Danish Tanker
Smothers Flames

NORFOLK, Va. (UPI) Fire
erupted in the engine room of a
big Danish tanker last night,
but the blaze was out today and
the ship said it could return to
Norfolk under its own power. No
injuries were reported.
The 559-foot tanker Skotland en
routg from Philadelphia to Aruba
a small Caribbean island just
north of Venezuela, sent an emer emergency
gency emergency call to Coast Guard head headquarters
quarters headquarters here when the blaze
broke out.
But she radioed at 4:50 a.m.
today, some five, hours later, that
the flames were extinguished.
The tanker's position was
fixed at 230 miles east of Cape
Hatteras, N.C. The Coast Guard Guard-cutter
cutter Guard-cutter Absecon, diverted to aid
the stricken vessel, reached the
vicinity about 6:45 a.m.
A later message from the Skot Skotland
land Skotland said it was repairing its
engines, and planned to return to
Norfolk under its own power with
the Absecon escorting.
A Coast Guard spokesman said
the ship evacuated its engine
room -when the fire and small ex explosions
plosions explosions broke out, and used an
automatic smothering system
which flooded the room with car carbon
bon carbon monoxide gas and choked
the flames.

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PanamA Col6n

TO ATTEN D CLASS Col.
Thomas H. Barfield,-executive
officer, J-3, Plans and Opera Operations,
tions, Operations, Caribbean Command, has
been selected to attend the next
class of the U.S. National War
College in Washington, D.C.
Word of Barfield's selection was
received at the unified command
headquarters last week from the
Department of Army in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Barfield has ben on the
Caribbean Command staff since
May 1956. when he arrived from
his previous assignment as As Assistant
sistant Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters U.S. Army Air Defense
Center, Fort Bliss, Texas. He
will depart from his present as assignment
signment assignment in June of this year to
attend the class of the National
War College which convenes in
August.
BREAK UP DEMONSTRATIONS

ZOMBA, Nyasaland (UPI)

Police used tear gas and cluDs
yesterday to break up the second

demonstration by native Africans

in recent weeks it was announced,
Eleven demonstrators were ar
rested.

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5. I95f
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MR. AND MRS. ROBERTO HEURTEMATTE
IRE HONORED GUEST8 AT DINNER TONIGHT
United States Ambassador tp Panama and Mrs. Julian
flske Harrinfton will entertain at a dinner party at their
residence In La Cresta tonlfht in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Roberto Heurtematte.
-The prominent couple will leave the Isthmus soon lor
New York City, where Mr. Heurtematte will become assistant
to the Secretary General of the United Nations in charge of
teebnleal eerrlcei.

Cocktail Party
Honors Visitors
The British Ambassador ana
Lady Henderson gave a cocktail
party TuMdty at the British Euv
iasy.
' Guestl Included Commander
Boyle Of the HMCS Athabwkan
and Commander Page of the HM HMCS
CS HMCS Cayuga and officers from
these two Canadian ships which
visited the Isthmus this week.

Order of DeMolay
To Install Officers
An open installation of officers
of the Pacific chapter of Order of
DeMolay will be held Saturday
evening at 7:30 at the Scottish
Rite Temple in Balboa. Frank
Baggott Jr. will be installed as
Master Councillor.
Parents and friends are invited
to attend. Refreshment will be
served after the installation.

jner will be made tonight, when
the club has s regular meeting
at 7:30 at the Civic Center.

Carnival Party
At Amador Club
The Fort Amador Officers Open
Mess will have a Carnival party
tomorrow evening at 8:30.
Miss Ana Elena Boyd. Panama
Coffee Queen, will reign with her
court, and Lucho Azcarraga and
his ensemble will play for danc dancing.
ing. dancing. Traditional Carnival costumes
and jewelry will be displayed fty
Mrs. Elena Aleman de Tapia,
known eis "National Queen of the

Pollera."

1 Hwrvn.inne ffr t.hp rtartv are I

requested.

Meeting

Rebekah Club

The Rebekah Club will meet
Friday evening at 7:30 at the Wirz
Memorial in Balboa. All mem

bers are invited to attend.
fiatun Cradi Union

Lee Redman, president of the
Gatun Federal Credit Union, has
announced a special meeting to
discuss the proposed merger. The
meeting" will be held in the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City study hall Friday eve evening
ning evening at 7.
James T. Coats, regional repre representative
sentative representative of the Bureau of Feder Federal
al Federal O-eriit Unions, Atlanta, Ga.,
and Harry 0. Bennett, federal
examiner, will attend the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. All members are urged to attend.

Gamboa Women's Club
Makes Plans for Dinner
The Gamboa Women's Club is
planning a chicken spaghetti din dinner
ner dinner to be served tomorrow eve evening
ning evening from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Civic .Center. Dancing will
follow the dinner, and a door
prize will be awarded.
Final arrangements for the din-

Isthmian Nurses
Meet At Gorgas
The Isthmian Nirses Association
met last evening in the Confer Conference
ence Conference Room at Gorgas Hospital.
Dr. Frank P. Smith, assistant
chief of the Gorgas medical staff,
was guest speaker, discussing hor hormones.
mones. hormones. Miss Elizabeth Marsh, president
was in charge of a meeting of the
board of directors. Plans for the
annual convention in April were
discussed.

(Continued on Page 5)

Cain Collectors
A regular monthly meeting of
the Pacific Coin Collectors Club
will be held Tuesday at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB in Balboa. U. S. coins and
paper money and Panama coins
will be on display.
Interested persons are Invited
to attend.

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Injured Actress
Hopes To rnlinue
Filming In Mexico
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Audrey
Hepburn, painfully injured in a
fall from a horse while on a film
location, says she hopes to return
to her film chores in about four
weeks.
"And I'm going to get risht
back on that horse," the petite
Academy Award winning act-ess
who received a fractured back
said.
The 29 year-old Brussels-born
star returned to filmland in an
ambulance airplane yesterday.
Her husband, actor Mel Ferrer,
her pet toy Yorkshire terrier.

-nd a maid, accompanied her on

rv seven-hour flight from Dti Dti-rango,
rango, Dti-rango, Mexico.
"I feel fine," the actress noted

for her exuberance and zest for
life said from her stretcher as she
was transported from the plane to
an ambulance which took her to
her home here. "It only hurts

when I laugh."
Ferrer, serious-faced beside his

smiling wife, said, "She's in pain

every minute. She won't say It

and won't admit it."

','I'm anxious .to,, gel back to

work," the brown-haired, blue

eyed actress said. "Hope I can
make it in about four weeks."

Miss Hepburn explained how the
accident happened last week

at Durango where she was work

ing on the film "The Unforgiven."
"It wasn't the horse's fault,"

she said. "I was riding bareback
and had nothing to hang onto ex

cept his mane not even a bridle."

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A SHAKEY WITNESS

RANDERS, Denmark (UPI) A

new trial for drunkenness was or

dered for a man today
because the star witness drank
up his court expense money and

passed out in a ditch while en

rouze to testify.

SROADAAY GRAPIVINI

sinew Herb Jeffries was just

awarded temporary custody of

his two children by a West Coast
court. The divorce suit brought

hv his wife. Elizabeth Ball, sun

isn't final, so any plans he has
tn marrv TemDest Storm will

have to wait unU the official dc dc-rra
rra dc-rra primes, throuch. .The high

comma nd in the AGVA is dead

against the Russian circus com com-ino
ino com-ino to the United State this Fall.

They claim It will take, jobs

from American performers. Any
producers interested? The outgo outgoing
ing outgoing Mrs. Sammy Davis Jr., al allows
lows allows that her marriage has been
"fantastic" and would make "a
heck of a movie."
Lucille Ball's millions made a

chick showing in El Morocco.
The shirtwaist she wore with her
black jumper was fashioned of

genuine ermine. Marian wt wt-Portland's
Portland's wt-Portland's father died suddenly

a few days ago and the poplar
pianist flew to London to console
her mother. .Russians on this
side of the Atlantic gossip about
the home life of their most fa

mous living novelist, Boris Pas

ternak. They say the author of

"Dr. Zhivago" would have been
divorced some time ago if he'd

had his way, but that his- wife

comes of a conservative and re religious
ligious religious fam'ly and refuses to

break up their marriage. ... a

ship now docked in New York

harbor stopped in tuna Deiore
coming here. Its sailers are fas fascinatingand
cinatingand fascinatingand horrifying local
chums with accounts of violence
by Fidel Castro's forces.
You've got to move fast in the
music business those days. Per

ry Como cut a record of a new

tune and the next day it was en
route to all the disc jockeys. The
song, 'Tomboy," originally made
Its way into Perry's life on the
back of a postcard measuring
five by threo feet and bearing
$12 worth oi postage. It was a
stunt that happened to click a
gimmick dreamed up by two a a-mateur
mateur a-mateur uongwriteis who double
as firemen in Miami
The jazz world, as'.d3 from be

ing appalled at the tragedy cf

the Birdland murd.-r, is sicken sickened
ed sickened by the readiness of police, ra

dio broadcasters and unhip wire

service writers to pin the slaying

on "a hopped-up jazz fan," is if
people who appreciated modern
music were necessarily or at

least very probably drug addicts,
or "kooks." Actually, those fam

iliar with the picture will lay
odds that If the killer is caught
it will be found that he's a business-like
lype. who doesn't know

an alto sax from a high-hat, and
couldn't care less.
Guy Lonbardo's agents are
putting lawyers to work try

ing to halt the bootlegging of

K.A W.l Say,..

lure Libby Holman for a "series
of one-nighters to be billed as

."Monday Nights With Libby Hoi
man."
Two imnortant factions in Rut

sia are fighting over the future
of our recent visitor, Comrade

Mikoyan. One side wants him de

moted, the other group Insists he

be named to one of his nation

top posts. Khrushchev will make

tht decision within the next lew
weeks. .Jimmy Durante made

a profound Impression on baiva

dor Dali backstage at the March
of Dimes fashion show at the
Waldorf. When Jimmy said hello,

be almost crushed Usli s paint

lng hand. Commented Dall, as

he massaged his fingers, "Ee is

vairy strong."
Rocky Marciano obviously isn't

counting calories. After a big

steak dinner at the Roundtable,
he treated himself to two moun mountainous
tainous mountainous peach Melbas. . .Trum

peter Maynard Ferguson has
been invited by Leonard Bern Bern-ste:n
ste:n Bern-ste:n to appear as guest soloiat
with the New York Philharmonic
in March. Bill Russo, one time
arranger for Stan Kenton, has
written a special composition for

the event.

Your teen-ager is well on the road
to maturity when he he-Admits
Admits he-Admits that the kids whose par parents
ents parents let them do exactly as they

please and come in a any hour

they choose aren't the "luckiest

kids he knows.

is willing to face the kidding he

knows he'll get in order to be

friendly to a teen-ager who is
not accepted by his own crowd.
Can say honestly of a teacher,
"She's tough, but she's fair."
Doesn't act as though the world
is coming to an end when his
plans go haywire.
Would rather not always have

a date than go steady just for

security.
Is willing to save up for some something
thing something big that he wants.
Now and then says. "It's not

worth it," after pricing something

ne tnougnt ne just had to have be because
cause because the other kids were getting
the latest fad.
Says reassuringly when he sus suspects
pects suspects you are anxious over him.
''Don't worry. I'll be careful."
Telephones you that he'll be la later
ter later than he thought so that you
won't be concerned.
No longer waits to be remindsd
to do chores that he knows he will
have to be done eventually.

Quits saying 'You just don't

understadnd.
Occasionally says, "Here, let me
do that," making you realize with
a start that it's no longer eM!r

Guy's filmed TV series to sta-ito do something yourself than to

tions in India. .A pretty singer
gives interesting reasons for un unloading
loading unloading her equally famous beau.
She tells friends he was a com complete
plete complete odd-ball who swiped her
jewelry and for some mysterious
reason hired private detectives to

trail her. .Leon Uris, author of
the best-seller "Exodu s," has

been commissioned to write a

book about the uprising in the
Warsaw Ghetto during World

War II. He'll leave for

ge your son or daughter to Ad it.

ARRIVES FOR REST

MILAN, Italy (UPI) Opera
Singer Maria Callas arrived from

New York yesterday for a "brief

period of rest", at her villa here.
Mis Callas said she was very
happy about" her American suc successes.
cesses. successes. She said that Mayor Rob-

Poland iert Wagner of New York had giv

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NEW WORTHY ADVISOR Miss BlUle Sue Spencer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Spencer, is pictured wlth an elaborately-decorated
cake which was served to members and
?uests of the Balboa Assembly, Order of Rainbow for iGrls,
ollowlng an Installation ceremony at the Scottish Rite Temple.
Miss Spencer succeeds Miss Rochelle Head as worthy advisor

Widow Charged With Needling
Lover Into Killing Husband

LOS ANGELES, Feb: 5 (UPI)-

Police chareed today that an at

tractive 25-year-old widow "need "needled"
led" "needled" her alleged lover Into killing
her husband and then helped stuff
his body in the trunk of. a small

auto.

Mrs. Gemma Caruana was book

ad on suspicion of murder last
night after undergoing day-long
questioning by police.

police said her alleged lover,

John C, Neeley, 32, an accountant
who worked in the same office
where Mrs. Caruana was a so-

cretary, yesterday admitted shoot
ing Ronald J. Caruana in the

head Jan. ZL Hejwas to D:C0rfi

ed with murder."

Neelv. .crippled by polio and

forced to wear a metal brace on
his left leg and walk with a cans,

said in Dallas, rex., wnere ne was
held as a fugitive that he had been
having a ".pretty ardent love af affair",
fair", affair", with Mrs. Caruana since last

August, :e,,;vHri Mw.

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were expected to begin the return
trip with the suspect today.

Chief of .detectives rnaa Brown

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President Sends
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Presiaent Eisenhower today told
4,7UU,uou members oi1 the hoy

Scouis of America that they "play

an important part in tne me oi
tne national community."
rie oeclared Wat "their high
standards oi personal cnarauier

ana cmzensnip neip to Keep our
country strong."
His message for Boy -Scouts
Ween, Fen. to 13, was reieuked
by Brig. Gen. George F. Schalt Schalt-ter,
ter, Schalt-ter, president of the Canal tione

Council, Boy Scouts of America,

who received a copy from Dr. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur A. Schuck, Chief Scout Exe

cutive.

The President's message reads:
"Please fiive my greetings to

Boy Scouts of America Joined in
the observance of the 49th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the Boy Scout movement

With A great membership of ma

ny million, the Boy Scouts play
an Important part in the life of the

national community. Their high

standards of persona) character
and citizenship help to keep our
country strong.

"It is a pleasure to send my

best wishes for another exciting

year of Scouting and my congra

tulations to the aauit leaders who
support this fine movement."

said Mrs. Caruana was booked
"because of the story she told, the
physical' evidence at the scene -nd
the story Neely told when he male
his confession in Dallas,"
Brown said Mrs, Caruana deni denied
ed denied any acknowledge of her hus husband's
band's husband's slaying. But he said the
doubted that Neely could have
managed unaided to put Carua Carua-na's
na's Carua-na's body in the trunk of the small
foreign-made car.
Neely told police he had helped
support the Caruana family and
showed them cancelled checks
worth $6up which he claimed he
had giyen them for home, car and
other payments; ;
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Afro-Asian Youths
Discuss Communism,
With ImnArbfkm

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CAIRO, Feb. 5 (UPI)-A stormy
debate was touched off' last night
at the Afro-Asian Youth Coher Coherence
ence Coherence by a demand that commu
nism be included in the word n?
of a scheduled discussion on "im "imperialism."
perialism." "imperialism." The controversy started at a

meeting of the poutual commit committee
tee committee when the Viet Namese and
some Japanese delegates propos proposed
ed proposed that an agenda item entitled:
"Combating imperialism and the
consolidaiton of peace" be amend amended
ed amended to read;', "combating imperial imperialism,
ism, imperialism, Internal subversion and world
communism and the consolidation

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Delegates from IJ-aq and Kenya
led the opposition to the amend
ment.NThe. Japanese delegation
split on the issue.
The amendment, however, was
approved by the committee.

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BALBOA RAINBOW GIRLS In forma! Installation ceremony Friday eve nine at the Scottish Rite Temple In Balboa, the Balboa Assembly of the Order
of Rainbow for Girls Installed new officers. The new officers shown here ln,?luoe Billle Sue Spencer( worthy advisor; Edith McNeil, worthy asspciate ad advisor;
visor; advisor; Martha Miller, Charity; Sandra McKay, Hope; Beverly -Smith, Faith; Kay Flowers, chaplain; Virginia Mauldln, drill leader; Bonnie Bell, recorder;
Kan Hamilton, treasurer; Christine Harrison, Love; Jo Anne Fields, tellgion; Maxlne Baggott, Nature; Charlotte Schultz, Immortality; Naomi Lltvin, Fi Fidelity;:
delity;: Fidelity;: Harriet Gundersen, Patriotism; Christine Huff, Fidelity; Janet Sutherland, confidential observer; Edith Juff, outer observer; Mildred Dejernette,
musician; Dorothy Strumpf, choir director.

Social and-.

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Balboa Rainbow Girls
Install Now Officers
Miss Blllie Sue Spencer wjsjn wjsjn-stalled
stalled wjsjn-stalled as worthy advisor of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Assembly One, Order of Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow for Giirls, at an open instal installation
lation installation ceremony Friday at the
Seo;tlsh Rite Temple. She suc succeeds
ceeds succeeds Miss Rochelle Head.
The group of installing officers
Included Nolan Bissell, marshal;
Miss Martha Stevenson, chaplain;
Miss Jo Anne Barnes, recorder;
W. E, French, organist; Victor
A.. Herr, poetic reader; and Vena
Bennett, soloist.
Mis Spencer was Installed by.
her father, William' W. Spencer.
Guest speaker for the occasion
was Ref,'OSfartW, 01sen. Honort
ed guests Include Mrs. Elsa Bai Bailey,
ley, Bailey, supreme deputy for the Can-
lian Ryan, worthy matron, Orchid
Chapter of the Eastern Star;
Miss Bonnde Rankin, worthy ad advisor
visor advisor of the Cristobal Assembly
of Rainbow Girls; and Miss Mic Mickey
key Mickey Walker, worthy advisor of
the Pedro Miguel Assembly.
Officers to serve with Miss Spen Spen-cec
cec Spen-cec will be seen in the photograph.
Pro-tem officers Include Sarita

Mayor Starts New

negotiations In NY
Tugmen's Walkout
NEW YORK. Feb. 5 (UPD-The
Intervention of Mayor Robert F.
Wagner today led to a resumption
of negotiations aimed at ending
a five-day strike that has immo immobilized
bilized immobilized 400 tugboats and other
craft In New York harbor.
Negotiators for; striking, tugboat
workers and the employer group
agreed yesterday, at the Mayor'
behest, to resume talks today with
federal and local mediators.
Negotiations between Local 333
of the United Marine Division of
the National Maritime Union and
the Marine Towing and Transpor Transportation
tation Transportation Employers Association broke
off Tuesday when the Union nego negotiating
tiating negotiating committee walked out of a
meeting.

r Although the strike has halted
maritime delivery of oil, it has

not resulted In an oil shortage

erwi&e

Wataon, Dorothy XnoJt, Mary Bal Bal-bernie,
bernie, Bal-bernie, Karen Nadeau, Marjorie
Miller, Alice Koenig, Pat Koch Koch-er.
er. Koch-er. Kay Baughman? Mary Cop-

penhaver, Nancy Browne, Sydney
Townsend, Diarane Michel, Phyllis

Crook, and Philippe Cooper.
Refreshment were served to
officers and guests in the banquet
hall following the introductions.
New Guidance Tests

Available Injpril

For Balboa Students
Freshmen and sophomores in
Balboa High School can register
for the New National Education Educational
al Educational Develooment Testing Program,

Assistant, Principal H. J. Zierten

saia loaay wnen annuucing me
details of the new test. Student

participation is on a voluntary
basis.
The new tests have numerous

guidance values for the student
and his parents, and for teach teacher
er teacher $WeySe?aus!, th
test is sittdlarTtotfie national

merit scholarship qualifying test,
students can note the'r progress
from year to year. Major fea features
tures features of the test are guidance val values
ues values for all participating students,

identification and motivation ot
talented students, basis for mea

suring educational growth from

year to year, Interpretive mate

rials for the school, student and

WORLD SPUDS UP

LONDON (UPI) This old

world Is speeding up, the British

. Government reported Tuesday.
Measurements by the National
Physical Laboratory showed for

several years, the rotation of the
earth was slowing down. "There

r are Indications now, however, that

the earth is speeding up again,"

a spokesman torn commons.

rial
pai

arent.

The test is to be adm'mlstered

under the supervision of Zierten

op Tuesday, April 28,
The new NEDT is national
Merit Scholarship type test of

educational development contructe
by Dr. E. F. Lindquist for Sci

ence Research Associates, Admin Admin-Istrat'on
Istrat'on Admin-Istrat'on time is about three

hours, and scores are provided
in English and mathematics us usage,
age, usage, social studies reading, nat

ural sciences reaamg ana wora

usage.

Before the examination an stu

dents who register will receive
a Student Information Bulletin

which supplies complete informa information
tion information and sample test questions.

Students may plot their scores

on the Student Profile Leaflet to
learn how they compare with oth other
er other students at their grade level

throughout the United States. Aft After
er After reviewing this profile with

their counselors, students wll be
better prepared to discuss more

realistically witn iner parents
the implications of their scores
and their educational strengths
and weaknesses. A copy of the
profile is detachable so that the
student can take it home.
The charge for taking the rest
is one dollar per student.
The test will be administered
by the Science Research Asso Associates
ciates Associates which also gives the widely-used
National Merit Scholarship
Qualifying Test, used with al al-mos
mos al-mos a half million high school
Juniors and seniors.

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llegro Confesses
Uncontrollable
Desire To Kill
LONGV1EW, Tex. (UPI) A 26-year-o'd
Negro who police said
described himself as having un uncontrollable
controllable uncontrollable desires to murder or
injure, has confessed the rape
and murder of a 10-year-old girl
and a 25-year-old woman, and the
brutal beating of another woman.
Sheriff Noble Crawford said the
confessions were made by Willie
Phllpot, a 5-foot, 6-inch Negro who
was arrested in Longview Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Crawford said Philpot confessed
the rape 'laying of Joy Got'f, 10-year-ofd
Negro girl, here Friday
afternoon. The girl was found in
her home with a wire coat hang hanger
er hanger wrapped around her neck.
He also confessed throwing
Joyce Hunt, 25, a Dallas prosti prostitute,
tute, prostitute, out of her 19th floor hotel
room in the Adolphus Hotel at
Dallas last July 23. The broken
body was found in drainage
duct on the roof of an adjacent
building afrer it had fallen 4
floors.
The third confession was to the
brutal beating of Mrs. Trella Joy
Carter, 18. the wife of a Marine
stationed in Okinawa, on Jan. 8.
Mrs. Carter was ttacked on
the sixth floor of a busy down downtown
town downtown office building in Dallas. She
was found in an electrical conduit
closet after other office workers
noticed a pool of load ozzing
from under the closet door. She
is recovering.
Crawford said Philpot started
confessing Monday after his ar arrest
rest arrest in a tedious, systematic
search for the killer of Joy Goff.
About 170 possible suspects were
questioned.
"This Is real strange case,"
the sheriff said, "and real nasty
one."
Philpot is a former convict who
has served time for burglary in
Texas and Alabama. He was at
the too of the Dallas police want

ed list and was already under

charges there for Mrs. Carter s

beating.

Quote Unquote

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.-Al Del Del-afontaine,
afontaine, Del-afontaine, head f the Indian
Trades Council, explaining why
he called the Russian Embassy
in Washington to ask for a 5-mil-

lion-dollar loan to start industry

on Indian reservations:

"I'm convinced the American

government has no intention uf

helping Indians to get their heads

above water. The only Job an In
dian can get nov is shining some
body's lousy shoes."

NEW YORK Senate Demo

cratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
(Tex.), in calling for the forma

tion ot an advisory committee ot
bqrtieai',; mef W 'help- nation
wage economic warfare in com

petition wun me soviet union:
"The Communists will achieve
their goals if we abdicate the
field to them. There is no reason
why we can't beat them at this

game.

WASHINGTON The National
Science Foundation, commenting

on the reported discovery by

Prof. R. Alexander Brink of the
University of Wisconsin that
genes do not necessarily rely on
mutation to create alterations in

heredity:

"If these findings prove gener generally
ally generally applicable, an entirely new
mechanism will have to be taken
into account in explaining the ori origin
gin origin of genetic variability, wheh
itself underlies all evolutionary
change. This discovery may well
turn out to be among the most
significant basic discoveries In
geneticsl"

TIRRORISTS ACTIVE
BANDUNG, Indonesia (UPI)
Terrorist bands in West Java
killed an average of three persons
a day during 1958 and destroyed
Sroperty worth almost two m'llion
ollgrs, officials reported yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The gans killed 1,179 per persons
sons persons during 1958, molested 734
and kidnapped 110.

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As RP Loop Closes Curtain

Ladies will be admitted free to tonigrht's game
between the champion King and the Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Beermeh, the 1958-59 season Tm ale oT the Pana

ma Professional Baseball League.

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ftartlng pitchers named for the
contest are the King's Donnelly
(2-1) and Anselruo Correa (01).
Last night the Mermen trounc trounced
ed trounced last season's "champion Carta
Vieja Yankees by a 9-1 score with
Georges Maranda tossing a five five-hitter
hitter five-hitter in gaining his sixth win a a-'gainst
'gainst a-'gainst four losses.
The Beermen pounded out )&
safeties off Bob' Frederick and
John Anderson. Frederick, the
starter and loser who left in the
sixth inning, dropped his second
decision against one victory.
Every Beerman who saw action
had at least one hit. Maranda got

sinsle in his last trip to tne

battina title'baciuse h-ill not

have tha required aft&iAtt
timtsi1Tttl 9Jtfy &r
An addetfc atttatiiijh Wmwill

be the dismbuljfoh W JW prizes
for the leiJerpf tlj dfferenjde-

King southpaw Dick Luebke will
collect theiCtize for the best won-

lost perclritige oriAhfeishVof is
brilliant 10-1 record. Smoker
righthander Humberto Robinson
has nailed down the earned-run-

average award with 2.68 while Lo Lopez
pez Lopez has already won the RBI
chamnionshiD and has a chance

for homer honors, all by himself

elate. The only homerun of the if he b;ts a roundtripper tonight.

contest was nu Dy neciur lur.,

who is now tied with the Smokers

Bill Gabler with nine, for most
fourmasters.
Clyde Parris, with four-for-five
and Reinaldo Grenald, who had
three hits in five tries, were the
leading stickinen for the winners.
Pompeyo Davalillo hit safely
three times in five at-bats to be
the outstanding batter for the los losers.
ers. losers. Lopez' one-for-fivt dropped
him to .377, or 19 point$ behind
Kings catcher-manager Let Pa Pa-dan.
dan. Pa-dan. It has been announced that
Peden, who has been resting up,
will play tonight. If he does not
ho will not be eligible for the

LEADING

HITTERS

Player,';jram AB?
Peden Cffc lOl' 40 4 22 .396
Lopez (CB) 138 52 9 35 .377

Green (A) 122 43 2 17 .353
Parris (CBj 148 49 5 20 .331
Hunt (A) 140 44 6 27 .314

Bernard XMV 132 41 1 15 .311
Altman.Mt 147 I4) ,'4 J.899

Roberts (CBl 128 38 7 23 .297

Parsons (CV) 116 33 1 12 .284

Osorio. E. (A) 120 34 7 27 .283

HAPPY LANDING

C. Balboa Ab R H Po A
Moore, ss. ..... 5 1 2 0 2
Roberts, lb .... 4 1 1 7 0
Parris, 3b ...... 5 1 4 2 5
Lopez, 2b 5 113 0
Osorio. P.. If 4 1 1 6 0
Grenald, cf . 5 3 3 3 0
Kellman, c 5 0 14 0
Hay, rf 4 1 1 ,2 0
Maranda, p . .' 4' 0 1 0 0
Totals 41 9 15 27 7

Holdouts Whitey Ford, Mantle
Have Bowling Date In Dallas

Carta Vieja
Parsons, rf . . 3 1 n 0 0
Davalillo, ss . 4 0 3 ? 4
Jacobs, 2b 4 0 0 1 4
Peeples, If 3 0 0 0 0
Kern, cf . i '. 4" 0 0 5 0
Schmidt, lb .... 3 6 1 13 0
Patton, c .3 0 0 6 0
Umbricht 1 0 0 0 0
Clark, J. 3b .... 3 0 0 0 .0
Thome 1 0 0 0 0
Frederick, p . 1 0 0 0 1
Slack, p .1 0 0 0 0
Anderson, p .... 1 0 1 0 1
Totals . 32 15 27 10
Slack grounded out for Frederick
in 5th.
Umbricht flied out for Patton in
9th.
Thorne grounded out for Clark
in 9th.

Score By Innings
C. Balboa 032 010 3009 15 0
Carta Vieja 100 000 0001 4 0

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SUMMARY Error: Kern.
Runs batted in: Jacobs, Moore,
Roberts 2, Grenald 2, Lopez, P.
Osorio, Kellman. Earned runs:
Cerveza Balboa 8, Carta Vieja 1.
Two base hits: Moore, Da,valillo,
Parris. Triples: Grenald. Home
run: Lopez. Doubleplays: Parris,
Roberts. Sacrifice: P. Osprjo, Wild
pitch: Anderson. Strikeouts: Fred Frederick
erick Frederick 4, Anderson 2, Maranda 3.
Bases on balls by: Anderson 1,
Maranda 3. Left on base: Carta
Vieja 7, Cerveza Balboa 7. Pitch;
ers' reaords:: Frederick 6 runs, 10
hits in 5 innings. Winning pitcher
Maranda (6-4). Losing pitcher:
Frederick (1-2). Umpires: Will Williams,
iams, Williams, Miller, Harrelson. Time of
game: 2:07. Attendance: 209.

PROMOTERS BASB1ZLY

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By HERBERT MOISE
Commissioner Cleveland (Char (Charlie)
lie) (Charlie) Meikle has released his offi official
cial official list of umpires who will work,
in the Rainbow City Open Classi Classification
fication Classification Softball League during the
coming 1959 season.
His roster lists seven, six being
hold-overs from last season. The
"rookie" man-in-blue is Sydney
Harwood, veteran sports enthu enthusiast
siast enthusiast on thpikAllanlin." jidtt-. A

Liga Mayor and 'ther rueraa y luz

Employes League. 'He comes into
the RBCOCSL with a brilliant re recommendation
commendation recommendation from the organizers
of both leagues. His addition has
been received with jubilation by

many fans who got a wind oi the
commissioner's selections.

The six holdovers from last sea

son who guided the destiny of the
games in creditable fashion in 19-

58 are Percy Appleton, Clarence

Bnn, Clifford Niles. Rafael Nu

nez, Charles Small and Willie

Williamson.

i The commissioner also announc

ed that an umpire ndtnLo will he.

held on Feb. 17 and 13. The um

pire get together Is set for this

late date because no local agency
of spotting goods firms is pre

sently able to supply the Rainbow

City Sofiha,!!. League with the lat latest
est latest ruie books. Opening day of the

league is set for Feb. 21 at 2:30

p.m.

The desk of the commiss'or.cr
had ben busy over this past week

end as he. also put his stamp of

appruvw ci; the opening ceremo

nies. Highlight of the ceremonies

will bs presentation of scrolls of

reco;pukn to several sportsmind

ed individuals who have contri contributed
buted contributed time, money, trophies and

what nots toward the year-to-vear

success ot this league,. Also high highlighting
lighting highlighting the cerempny .will be the
singing of the national .anthems

of United States and Panama by

Maria -Roberts and Thelma Ashby
two graduates of the Rainbow Ci-
... tt: i. o -l 1

More details will be fortheom

ing in another story on the open opening
ing opening day ceremonies.

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SERVING UP A CONTRACT New York Yankees' manager Casey
Stengel (left plays the waiter as he serves pitcher Bob Turley his
1959 contract atop a platter of sandwiches in New York. Turley,
only American League pitcher to win 20 games last season (21-7 re record),
cord), record), signnd for an estimated $32,000, a raise of about $7,000.

Albrook Flyers Trounce
Army Atlantic Falcons

17-3 To Complete Circuit

The Albrook "Flyers" complet

ed the circuit last night by defeat

ing every team in the PAF base baseball
ball baseball league when they downed the
Army-Atlantic "Falcons" 17-3.
With the season at the half-way
mark the Flyers have won five
games and lost seven. They were
slow at the start of the season
but have picked up steadily, until
now they are considened a threat
to the league leadrs.
The Falcons scored their three

runs in the sixin ana seventm in

nings; in the sixth, Boaz was the
lead off man, he hopped .out the
second baseman. Rivera followed

'with" We-'-first single lor the

Falcons only to be put out when
Baggett was given a fielder
choice. Shortstop Brown "bing "bing-led",
led", "bing-led", Stallworth followed suit al allowing
lowing allowing Baggett and Brown to
score. 'Wright came up but could
not find the ball and retired the
side.
The seventh inning brought five
men to bat for the Falcons, three
struck out, Dixon walked, Boaz
"bingled" to bring in, Dixon with
the third and last run of the even evening
ing evening for Army-Atlantic.
Norwinski started on the mound
for the Falcons and was replaced

in, the Hhird inning by Boaz. They

strucK oux, live r lyers, wameu
eight, and hit two with wild pitches.

Every Fiver player crossed the

home plate with a counter during

the evening, they scored a total of

17 times on 12 hits, which includ included
ed included two homeruns, one triple, and
two doubles.

In the third and eigth Inning
they placed 11 battens at the plate
before the side was retired. In the

fifth, sixth, and seventh innings no
runs were scored amd only one hit

was gained, the other five innings

were profitable for Albrook.

The third inning for the Flyers

started at the top of the batting

order with Baker singling out to

right field. Padron struck out,

Langcr bingled Rogillio was
put on with an error, Zimmer Zimmerman
man Zimmerman popped out the first for the

second out.

Abercrombie, next b a 1 1 r

cleaned the bags with a homerun
over the right field fence for a
total of 410 feet. Strong-arm pitch pitcher
er pitcher Greenfield followed Abercrom

bie and put his homerun over the
left field fnce for a total of 360

feet. With the bags well dusted the
next walked and were brought in

by Baker. Padron followed Baker

to bat and was tagged by quick

ball handling from third to first.

The Flyers laist inning. the

eighth, found Zimmerman lead
off man out at first because of

fast work by the infield. Aber

crombie was walked. Greenfield

doubled to left field, and PatrriB

singled to score Abercrombie and

Greenfield. Taylor fifth man up

popped out to right field, 'Allison
tagged- a single, Padron walked,
Langer "bingled" to bring in Pa Pa-trie
trie Pa-trie and Allison, Rogillio was hit,
and Zimmerman collected a, doub
and scored Padron, and Linger,

Abercrombie for' bis second timeH

at bat in thet inning popped out
to right field' to retire the side.

The box score:
Falcons
Rivera 2b
Baggett rf
Brown ss
Stallworth cf
Wright lb
Griffin If
Dixon 3b
Henry c
Norwinsky p
Boaz p

Ab R H E
3 0 11

1
1
1
1
0
0

0 0 c
0 0 0

0 1

Totili
Flyort
Baker 3b
Padron 2b
Langer cf
Rogillio rf
Zimmerman ss
Abercrombie lb
Greenfield p
Patrie If
Taylor c
Allison 3b

33 3 4

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By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW.YOBK, Feb. 5 (UPI) -Whitey
Ford has a bowling date

with Mickey Mantis this weekend

in Dallas, and the Yankee front of

fice would-love to make a ten ten-strike
strike ten-strike by signing the southpaw

pitcher today before he takes off
for Texas.

Ford; who has been asked to ac

cept as $8,000 cut, said he wasn't

sure whether lie would drop by tne

club office today.

I may and I may not," he

said. "I'm going to Dallas tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for the opening of Mick's
bowling alley. But if 'J don't' see

Roy Harney today .111 have time

to see him before I go to training
camp."

: Ford and Mantle certainly
won't be talking terj-pins in Dal Dallas.
las. Dallas. When they get a chance to
huddle together, you can bot
they'll 'discuss Casey Stengel's
recent blast, of which they were
the chief targets, and' the salary
slash each is being asked to take.
Calm, cool and collected as
usual, Ford isn't beefing much
publicly about the cut other than
tq say, "I don't intend to take it."
He can't see how he rates one
in light of his 14-7 record, which
included seven shutouts and a 2.01
earned run average that was tops

in the American League.

The Yankees, who will have a

lot of talking to do before they
ever ciri convince Whitey, required
little such persuasion in getting 42-year-old
Enos (Country) Slaughter
to agree to terms.

Embarkrhg on his 19th playing

season in. the majors, Slaughter
signed for the same money he re

ceived last year, approximately
$18,000. He batted .304 in 77 games
and probably of equal importance
is that he still is Exhibit A when whenever
ever whenever Stengel delivers one of his
"why-don't-you-take-a-lesson-from"
lectures to the rest' of his players.
There was considerable signing
activity among other major league
clubs, too. 1
Jim Gilliam became the 24th
member of the Los Angeles Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers to okay terms. General man manager
ager manager E. J. (Buzzie) Bavasi hinted
that several club! 'tried to get Gil Gilliam
liam Gilliam but said "they didn't even
come close."
The Dodger G.M. said he con considered
sidered considered Gilliam like "four men
rolled into one. He's one of the
best leadoff men; he's a switch
hitter and he can plaV the infield
or outfield equally well."
Bavast. no dope, made all these
nice comments about Gilliam aft after
er after he. signed him.
San Francisco announced the
signing of outfielders Leon Wag Wagner
ner Wagner and Willie Kirkland and In-

fielder .Riv Jablanxki. while.

PhiladelpHla satisfied five play

ers' at a ciip-J-pifcntr Jim
Hearn, Infielder Johnny O'Brien
and rookies Lou Vassie, Dallas
Green and Henry Mason.
The Chicago White Sox corraled
veteran Ray Boone and the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles signed newcomers
George-Bamberger tind Ray (Bud (Buddy)
dy) (Buddy) Barker. The White Sox now
have 22 players under, contract and
the Orioles 18.
Boston had a big day, also, get getting
ting getting signed contracts from pitch pitchers
ers pitchers Willard Nixon and Jerry Ca Ca-sale
sale Ca-sale and catchers Haywood Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan and Ed Sadowski.

Pitcher Gary Blaylock, 14-10'

with Rochester last season, a a-greed
greed a-greed to terms with the St. Louis
Cardinals.

Totals

40 17 12 2

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At Olympic Stadium: Cerveia' Balboa 9, Carta Vieja 1

STANDINQ Of. TriETEAMS

Ttami
Ocelots
Macaws
fericos
Pumas ..
Conejps
Palomas

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5 2

2
2
5
4
6

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-.714
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.375
.333
.250

Today's Cams
-Pericos (Marcum) vs. Ocelots

(Bettia).

Yesterday's Results
Macaws 6, Pumas 3
The Macaws are now tied for

first place with the Ocelots, due to
their magnificent play which gave

tnem a 6-3 victory over the Pumas

yesterday afternoon.

Pitcher Bobby. Fortune struck

out 14 men toraue biai season's
record to 87 "Strikeouts. Bobby al allowed
lowed allowed only one hit. It came from
the bat of John Bateman, the
league's leading batter.

Bobby also walked 8 men and
hit one batsman. An error- by
thirdsacker Jim Wilson and an another
other another by Bobby gave, way to one

of the Pumas! run ift the third

inning.

Later in the fifth inning, Bobby
walked four men and made sev several
eral several wild pitches to allow the Pu Pumas
mas Pumas to score two more runs. But
Bobby came back strong to fan
the mighty Zelnick and forced
Jim Fraunheim to v weak roller
for the out.' Ht jf-n h- -i-i
Macaws hits were regular. ; A
single by John Finlason. three
bases on balls and a sacrifice-fly
of Frank Reicharf scored two
runs in the second inning. In the
fourth, a double by Reichard bat batted
ted batted in one run and a slnele bv

Douglas sctasdo another. A'-walkl

and a single bv Reichart, a double
by Robert Smith and a rolling by
Douglas secured victory for the
Macaws in the sixth.

nlnv.T n,m....t v.,v,

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ouu-umer aiso pitched a wnnHw. .rtty

ml game for the losers.

Macaws
Beck G. If . .
Reichart F. ss .
Smith R. c
Priester Doug'jpv'

ronune 41. p
Finleson J. cf

Wilson Jim 3h

Chase Fred 2b

Mounts B. rf ,.
Totals

Pumas
Demnsev 2h

Corrigan 3b .... ;

Bateman J. lb .
Potter R. r

Dilfer R. p ,' . .
WiHiamrM

Zemick'lf ''. .'."."'

Fraunheim J. rf

Lavee rf .....

Quires cf . . .'.
Gangly xx . .' ;

Totals

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. 2 1
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0 0
0 0!
0 0
0 0

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Macaws 020 2028 7 2

SUMMARY E arned runs "

Macaws 6, Pumas 2. Errors; For For-tune,
tune, For-tune, Wilson. RBI: Beck, Beich'' "l
ert 2, Smith, Priester" "2. Doubles: -Reichart,
Smith, Finlason. Left oif !f
basr Macaws 9, Putfi8"M: Stolen
base': SWiitK, .Fortuni,' FtolasbiE"'

Bateman 2; Potter, "Z e I n i c k, VH

raunneim. sacrifice: Reichart

(fly). Strike outs: Fortune 14. Din"""'

fer 6. Bases on balls: Fortune 10,' '5

uuier 8. Hit, by pjtch: Fortune 1
(Batenfau), Dilffer 1' (Mounts n-S-'-Wild
pitch: Fortune 3, Dilfer 0.
Passed, ball;. Smith Potter 2.
Umpire: Andres, Alonso, Frank'
Stewart. Scorer: Palomo. Time of
game: 1:47.'

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DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Doris Day
, James Cagney
LOVE Mri OR LEAVE ME"
in ClnemaScone & Color!

H gh Team Gamt
Blue Star
Kent Cigarettes
Tivoli Travels

260p
2543
2528

915
929
878

High Individual 3 Games

E. Pope

R. Toland
P. Damian

656
G17

613

GATCN 7:00
John Lupton
Qloria Talbot

"TAMING SUTTON'S GAL"
In Cinemascope!

MARGARITA 7:00

Danny Thomas Peggie Lee

THE JAZZ SINGER"

"PARAISO 7:00

"MY DOG SHEP"
and
"SECRET PEOPLE"

SANTA CRUZ 1 7:00

Forrest Tucker
Allison Hayes
"COUNTERPLOT"

CAMP BIERO 7:00

Bophia Loren

Anthony Perkins

"Desire under The Elms"
In Vista Vision!

Vpar' team much In the samft-

manner, winning, the first by only j.

17 pins ana tne zna Dy a ana mB""
last 7?1fi59 fl RrimatHn' snfl "'

Al Hele .were.'liigh for Zenith, -50y "Ji
and. 501. M. Lane, hM- for Good

. Lincoln .Life' "and '. Blue Stai

cta0Art annthpr Hisp tma "Wlfh &i'ft

for 2, with only 3 pins different in
pin fall,, won by Blue Star, 514.
Tivoli Travel took Cafe DuraaT"
three fpr ope with pin fall by only"'"'
27 Dins. .. --'

As I hive said before, if von

enjoy bowling. Why not come over

to the Balboa Men's Lesgue at thJ -7.

Balboa Bowling Center ion Thr."f

night, these boys realy put on t-iw

show. M. Hernande Of Tivoli war"?

high. 483?. R. Toland for the cof,
fee bovS. 508. !?

Martini Vermouth took Pebl

Cola for four; The Cola boys realy "'
had an tfnirsualy bad night, ispe-"'''.:

cialy their staY'TOny-' ,Luttenber-iH
cer. Bavtes rfnd rttnr were hiH "-t.fr

ibr Martifii TO aiwi 500 Mnrrnuriii 0

Kent Cigarettes and Balboa"4"
Beer also put on a great show, 2
for 2; with only25 jkii difference
in pin fall.

R. Dube, the come along kid ri
high, for the bear1 men with 510.""
Pepe' Damian high for Kent witl'"iS
527.'- ;,

High Individual Gam

R. Toland 2S7

L. Hack . . r0
B. DeVeau 2U
As the last round in the league

begins to shape up, the first thwc
teams are still in contention. Only
2 points separate the -next ,3 teamj,
The next 3 are tied, how close can

you come.
Hillman Cars pulled this one
out of the fire, in the last game,
taking Astra three for one. Astral

started out by winning the- first

game by 38 pins. In the second
it was a battle all -the-way, Hill

man coming out nest; by only 11
pins. In the final same Hillman

got hot and Astra cooled oif; 812
I AR7 milVinn Mia rliff AinnrtA .tl

Me uger and J. Burgoon wie-kiu, th.Nii. and mli urliii -,?

a 2at ssv Si PI al am m mm in'M

QUICKLY FOUGHT
- Tour ikln has mllllona nf noma

hre srn Jilrte, QBunliig IMh, plni ;
, pecllnR acne, Jlacli .lieHdn, rinstforra,. ;'
- etc. Orflfnai'y renWrtlek only tlve nI""t

L ;thierma that rrt the j-oal .oaiwa oi jmJT'

Ixodai-n

high for Hillman. with 50ZnU 50(k

Schneider hich ior Astra- with

495. I-.., ... ,. ...)

Zeniti tooit tha Jtt.fdioj 6oo

amoolhftri'

attrncUve, 'Lsk tor Nlxodarnvat rof .uijiii

Mai aauaa nt your akin imMu J Til..!

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t arerafes: Balcer. .1st,

min Colbertitt, Um 1?L

Marmere 3 Seymew 1

ir.-lKAr hroke into the win col-

Ja rint oft the start, and they
u enoueh reserve to insure

h-fem aa even split, in the aeconfl

fcm, both teams bowiea warn w

l.below par for a uassic
at Seymour prevailed by, 12 pa-

aiin ram tbrOUKB

in th third session by no

Hns. The total pin were Marlboro

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re tafnftf wrt Checked I And j
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lund and the ne pin cnnw-m.

t..viM Mil iete t-

i... m kAis4 t offset the 400.

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fries In th ran a

tie low team totai am o.

act from the tnniiing imw.-

hne "'

amian, T

Mbert

Uarlharat

M S 14 1M 603

259 128 138 425
' 173 191-198- Rfi2

a8t.

Total.

est

.bland

hyster

arry

Junkel

T .925 1 859 902 268?

Seymour

197
171
1S4
i39
181

m
144
189.
166
201.

213
181
1T5
202
191

581

496
528

50T

573

Total

852 871 962 2685

Ageweof 3 Carta Vlta 1

JHt mhu : a( "aoirits" the

feU-AA Aurhoni outlasted tne

-few tiru wooo wucu ---t
t .ir.tf.Vame. but Aaewood

f "rrn-jti. r thoiie sub-

.TT.ir. urn. LiAn

anuiiiu
k;- K JUl aftalrA.

in mirtlP me it waa just

e reverse, with Aeewood haying

eood game ana tan

Ht. ;t nprV and neck

U the hero in the Agewood ranks

iL. va ilhritton. who haa a

ilueh time until I1V'frfiI!rt!'

men ue suutu ---
lame., for a pedsonal 147 total,

hd a, four pin win tor uie du
L hp a Minnn rnlline in an

C T7ii Kut h. came up with

:".. I til .t.i.i. 1,. riM not eon

j 3-H-lv puv wmm i.v

Pnfl Vescio was mi

,oring bowler in this mttc w n

best, n gni 01

heichmw of AgeWood started out

lit, tn 20 eames. oui ieu wn"

t i-.,. nv. in ff-ttine his 600

V AUUi o." m

xatch. siffr

e

beiehman

iDnuon
Istonich

laker

seio .

ube
eeler
udy

elanson

Totals

204
172
134
185
148

204
184
201
159
212

188
208
147
192
191

596
564

482
536

551

Totals

843 960 926 2729

the 500 hdep class witfr Jean Say Say-lor
lor Say-lor at the ton of the class, wiu

sni. next .Thelma. Fussell: .544,

Daphne Bauer 51S, Jean auiuvan

519 and Captain Mimj Metzger

sns Trim de Broadsides also 2ain

ed honors, with Mabel Leslie being

but with 532, Dottie Crumip 510

nd!Margot Aryiur soz.'-r

Cutter 'Get 0 tem'4
-fi--,, i '-iF-A1 . :

lit was a bleak 'morn for" the

Gutter Gall who were tossed auide

h the Roses for all lour, rne om-

ttmrfinf Rose thorn in the side of

the Gals was wauy juorgan wttn
her 574.' Anita Passon was another

with 571. Dot Chatterton 567,

Mare Wilburn 512 and Kathy Cal

hot 521.- The latter two from the

Gutter Gals ranks tried to the di

saster for their team.

. One Eye Open 3
Lucky Dreamers I

This was a nip and tuck tussle.

One Eye Open opened .. with a

in win. The, Lucky Dreimers won

he next by 20 and the Eyes sew

ed .up the match, winning, by 25

and tne ir oy 11. rour oi me

One Eye Open entered the 500

hdep set, Marc Mucker 524 Nancy

Momy sua, rriscma tieaoe 3

and Vi Wolitarsky 529 For the

Dreamers. Eva Lee 516, Lois

Wells 576 and Jean French 511.

Martians 3 Alley Cats 1

The Alley Cats after a short tie

narture from the cellar return to

this habitant by dropping three

points to the Martian Maidens

The Kittens did win the lid lifter

by 10 pins but after that it was

all Martian. Tne men scorers tor

the morning, Martians. Bev. Jack

son 529. Charlotte Dodson 517, mi

lie Davis 517, and Thelma Guibert

541. Alley Pussies: Bert Wade 550

pounded out a 4 to 0 win over H.I.
Horn. The high series of the night

was registered in tnis maun oy

Bud Balcer witn a wi as was uie

high game of the evening as Bob
Morrow had 246. Pepe Damian's

628, Bol Morrow's 604 and Jorge

Soto's 594 ousei Baicer series as

the Smokers coasted to an easy

win. 1

Seymour Agency scored a 3 to 1

win over rJi.A. ine jets scor

ed their lone point in the final

game with a n pin aavanuge.

Dick Soyster witn wu iea beymoui

and Ted Melanson was high foi

P.A.A. with 573.

RC Nehl 4

Vescio
Klumpp
Allen
Kaelin
Colbert

Burgoon

La Beau
Prusinowski
Palm
Albritton

159
152
192
195
15l
849

177
161
206
177
195
m

188
156
181
152

178

524

469

579
.524

524

Pan Imperial 0
148 160

115
188
177
212
840

219
148
130
186
843

8S5 2720

232 540

167 501

121 457
152 4a9
155 553

827 2510

If i u

.f I If j I -"' z

Dube
Hinely
Am a to
Graham
Bell

Wynn's 2
193 202 2U

188
166'
176
190
.13

141

131
200
174
852

169

188
206
180

610
498
485
582
544

954 2719

Softball
League

Standi
Teams
Abernathy Unisport
Jantzen
Pan Uqu do
Ambassadors
Mariners
Next Games

W
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4
5
2
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L Pet.

0 1 000

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.625
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LAST POST The sign tells the story as Ted Atkinson,
companied by his wife, leaves a Long Island hospital. The The-famous
famous The-famous jockey, 42, is retiring from riding on his aoctors
advice. He injured his back ih a spill several years ago

nri fiH'niimpnt has been botherinc mm ever

since.

Fuerza

Winquist
Tarr
Bieber
Fistonich
Gliechman

y Luz 2
183 113

132
183
224
199
21

179
209
155
212
868

125
132
194
193
217

421
443
536
572
628

851 2660

FARPAN MIXED LEAGUE

Team
Pin l'als

Hi-Hos

Cherry Pickerl

Stingers
Peppers

Jon-I-Cols

Wing Dings
Jesters

W L
31 20Vi

31
29
28
28
25
17
'16

20
23
23
23
27
34
35

Soto

Morrow
Luttenberger
Metzger
Damian

Lncky Strike 4
186 195

171

157
140
234
888

246
172
167
192
72

H.I.

Charters
Schnider

Thomas

Balcer
Rogers

Pin Pals 1 Hi-Hos 2

Carta Vlee
... 199 187
... 194 169
.. .132 193
... 174 133
. 21Q ,170

852

cr

225
180
144
205
168

611
543
469
512
548

922 2683

fine wav to try but ill lanes for

ke coming tournament. is to en.

r the head-ptn acair un c"
ekend. Even if a bowler does not

Hn in the head pm rouraey,
Jill get the feel of the lanes and
l nA nrartivA for the 18th an-

lal PamCanal City Tournament.
Teaml, doubles, single and all
irent entries, may be entered now
ith the provision that .the secre secre-,ry
,ry secre-,ry of the league from which tne

Mn ri0inrii will iurnisn

foas. the average of the bowler or

fcwlerl entered at the close or

. waittp on ine uiaoio

ht i4 th BowBnal Classic will

nd that there are ooen lanes os

fellows, Monday two. lanes, inurs-

ay, eigm un, -i

HI

Every' ABC bowler has a chance
tkA tmmummt lor examnle the

fcoubles combination of Brown and
l t.ri from Marnrita went ln

h last year' tournament with av-

tSgeS Of 16Z ana iney nui
i. mi the Handicap Division

IUU .

I.. t. e.trh awaras as weu.

The annual Pan-Canal -Bowling

hassic i designed to give every

lowler. regarmesa vt "" -Ihance
at the big money. This may
1 ik mmm. 4nr ttlQGT Unknown

JT7 u J -I

(Slttle bowler to wear iw

U-tvents champion.

COFFEE AND DONUT
LEAGUE

The Pin Pals and Hi Hos tangled
in a tussle for the leadership of

the Far-Fan Mixed League. Be Before
fore Before the three game series, the

Pal (were leading but now they
are tied with the Ho Hos. The Pin
Pals squeaked in the opener by
one pin but then the Hi Hos ex exploded
ploded exploded and won the second by 92,
and to climax the affair the two
outfits bowled to a slate mate
Jack Staicer with the Wilson fa

mily, and their 587, 543, and 525
hdep paced tb Hi Horn Pin Pal
Golembieski with a 210 single and
521 scratch and Robbie Kelly

with her 548 hdep were the lead

ers for their quartet.
Cherry Picker 3 Jon-I Cols 1
The Cherry -Pickers are breath'

ing down the necks of the league
leaders being only two pints in
arrears. Dame Luck smiled on
the Pcikers because they won one

point by 12 and the TP by four.

The chief contributors to the

Cherry Pickerl cause were Saint

Mike St. Michael with 519- scratch.

George Beaver 563! i hdepcand the
Saint's wjfo Gail with 816. For the

jon-i-tois. Marge and Wavne Col

lins conked off 514 and 558 hdep

pius Horren jones 539.

Stlnotrs 4 Winy Dinos ,.

The StingerV yeaom M sfriVei

and spare was deadly to the Wing
Dings who were knocked "off by
all four points This keot- th

Stingers up in the race beine nnlv

mree ou tne ..pace, me Baliards

and the McGuires were the iMjgn
ones, Bea Ballard 575 and her man
Frank 505: Donia BettVL McGuire

, aiz ano ner senor Don 548.

The Peppers 3 Jesters 1

' The Peppers also Donoed no in

the title picture with a three Mint

over the last place Jesters, who

are navmg a struggle to hold on to

the cellar. Frau Canady 543 and

Scotty Mahons 520 were the spicy
duet of the Peppers. The only
Jester that had any success on
the lanes was jovial Mary Lund

and ner 507.

Lowande

DeLuca
Voss

Melanson
Lane

Soyster

Hassler
Bates
Schmidt

Boyer

actfic Women's League

fami
beauties

;utter Jals
(roadside!
Tie' Rosea
jicky Dreamers

Martians ... ,.

Dne Eye Open

,rKUy caw

46
42
39
38
36
35
'83

elutles f VreadsWea t

The BeluUea boosted their ad

Lintace in first nlaee and now feel

Confident of wrapping up the title.

rhey were dealt a slight tap m
the oftenes by the Broadsides but

Die Coffee and Donut Queens to-be

buickily recovered to take the nect
.three points.' ,;.-. 1 ... v

DIABLO MAJOR LEAGUE

Teams

RC Nehl

Wynn's

Lucky Strike
P.A.A.

Fuerza y Luz
Seymour Agency

h.i. Homa

Pan Imperial

Wen
55
52
42
41
39
34
27
27

Lest

24
27

38
39
41

45
52

53

H'flh Averages
Balcer 189
Lane 185
Graham 184

High Series Balcer 687

ffigh Single Game- Lane and

Damian 279

High team series-P.A.A.- 2871
High team game P.A.A. 1042

RC-Nehi scored a a to n win ov

er the last place- Pan Imperial

team and lengthened their lead

to three games. Allen led the

league leaders with 579 and Ted

Albritton was high for Pan Impe

rial with 553. Nehl won the fimt

and last games in the last frame
and their 3 game lead is the big biggest
gest biggest they have enjoyed In the
past ten, weeks;'1 vv"
For the second week in a row,
Wynn's were forced to settle for a
2-2 split as Fuerza Y Luz took the
first two games. Wynn's tallied a
954 in the final fame to take to total
tal total Dinfall. Ray Dube hit 610 ffr

Wynn's- and Roily Gliechman had

a fine szb tor ruerza y uiz.
Lucky Strike moved into third
position in the standing, as they

Heme 0
185 180

148
165
201

154,

853

183
166
198

125

952

213
Iff
169
190

202

192
144
182
232

.133

594
604
498
497
628

557
475
513
631
412

883 2588

P.A.A. 1
168 158
190 131
143 113
181 212

179 175 205

85? 789 923 2571

166,
160
212
180

490

481
468
573
559

Seymour Aaeney 3

233

155
175
180
183

168

189
168
173

180

by
JOE WILLIAMS

An Argentine-bred gelding, 8
years old, only three days out of
quarantine and virtually unknown
in this country, beat some of our
better handicap horses at Hialeah
the other p.m. and paid $32.30. .

961 2821 la real sleeper.

"Sleeper hell!" lumea uoi. Al Alfred
fred Alfred G. Vigorish, bon vivant, es esthete,
thete, esthete, and aristocratic parlay pa patron.
tron. patron. "Ringer would be closer to
it. Only in this instance the tracK
nnt th stable was euiltv of the d'i-

ppntion. This is the Man O' Waf

of South America, and yet for all
he public was permitted to know,
he might just as wel have been a
vacationing mule."
The colonel has a point, even
though he's mistaken in his target.
But first a spot of background.
This was the first trip to the States
for the owner, trainer, jockey and

horse. The timing implied a sud

den decision, an urgency almost.

178 580 The Royal Palm, with $33,uuu

213 557 added, would be the Venezuelans'

210 553 first objective, insieaa 01 snip snip-168
168 snip-168 521 ping in early, to get theeeel of the
127 4H0 track and U make whatever ad

7t.W4 a7Q)vivwtnwa1)s,tvhat mightbe, tt5efulas

until

is tne custom, tney waueo

a week before the race.

At this time of year weather con

ditions in Caracas and Miami are

just about identical, so normally

a week on the grounds would be

ample. But they didn't have

week. Because of quarantine they

. .at least, the horse. . had biyy

two days

The race in which Petare would

make his North American debut

was anything but a soft touch.

He'd be up against Nadir, Sharps

burg, Kingmaker and such, and
s0 well liked was Nadir, the Ken

tucky bred would go off, odds-on

3-4. Petare opened at 25-1, closed

at 151, took the lead at the half

and was never headed. Nadir was

a panting third, beaten off by

tnree lengths.

Now to get back too Col. Vigorish

it the public was not actually de

ceived, it most certainly was not
informed, and that is the basis of
my censure. This horse had won
29 races, including every impor important
tant important stakes .down ..there, $.2000,000
in purses, and at distances from
six furlongs to a mile and a half.
"I was in Caracas in November
and saw him win at a rr.ile and
an eighth by five, carrying 141
pounds. For hima feather is 135
pounds, and 1-5 is his usual price.
Morever, his trainer, Millard
Fraisziadie, is the best in Vene Venezuela,
zuela, Venezuela, his jockey, Gustavo Avila,
with a peer.

Feb. 5 Abernathy Unisport v
Jantzen

Feb. 6 Mariners (Glud's) vs fan

Liquidn

Feb. 9 Ambassadors vs januen.
Unisport Unbeaten Streak
Continues

Last year's champions, Aberna

thy Unisport, continue to pace the
league by three games and an un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten wih streak of eight games
on whipping Albrook's AmbaMa

dors 6-1 Monday.

Lou Hilzinger chalked up his

fourth win on a four-nit perform
ances over 'Tex' Atkins.

The Abernathv Unisporters even

ed their hits and runs at six each,
Including Jones two-run homer to

deep right-center in the fifih in

ning.

The first three innings were

focused on the pitchers when both

teams were held hitless. A s'ngle

and Chance's triple for two runs
in the fourth wasthe first scoring
feature.

Braund lined a single to center

in the fifth to spoil Hilztnger's bid

for a no-hitter.

The box score:
Ambassadors
Martinez
Everett
Robbins
Harding
Atkins
Sullivan
Vargas
Braund
Rodriguez
Diaz
Totals
Unisport
Taht
Jones
Hilzinger
Husted
Hooper
Trout
Chance
De La Mater
Roberto
Woods

Totals

Ab
3
t
2
3
3
3
3
3
2
1
27
Ab
1
3
3
2
2
3
3
1
1

3

R H

ft. 0

1

By OSCAR FRALEY

NEW YORK (UP!)-You don't

have to tell Jack Dempsey or

Casey Stengel that fame is tieei-

ing and, in some cases, non

existent. '.

A snorts buff might expect

everybody to know, tne M .1
Mauler' who held the heavy heavy-uwiffht
uwiffht heavy-uwiffht phamnionshio 01

tor a decade ana ine loquacwue

and much printed managei 01 uie

New York, Yanjwesjitjit;:

But It a in i necessarily pu.
Take the time last spring when

the Yankees were enroute north
from spring training and booked
. 1 . : .' f I

to piay .an exniotuoo in a puuiuein

town. jWhen Stengel left Florida
hi wife, Edna, told; him on, ar:

rival at the exhibition game site

to telephone a long-time mtna

who was a sister in a convent in

that city and say hello.

Carries Out Orders

Stengel dutifully carried out or

ders. When he telephoned the

sister, he announced:

"Thia 11 casev sieneei.

There was a pause at the other

end and the mystified sister

asked: 4

"Who is it?" .. .

"Casey Stengel,"-the Yankee

skiooer reiterated.

The -sister sou couian i piace

him so, in exasperation, Stengel

said:.

"You know, Edna Stengel's bus

band."

That brought recognition and

the sister, after asking about Mrs.

Stengel, said to casey:

"And what business are you in,

Mr. Stengele"

"I'm the manager of the New

York Yankees."

"Manager?" he was asked
"Just what is that?'V

Stengel figuratively threw up
his hands.
"That, sister," he answered aft

er only a moments groping, "is
sort of like being the mother

superior."

To which Dempsey adds the
story about deplaning at Idle wild
Airport with a friend not so long

ago and they were discussing One

of Dempsey's bouts v during the
taxi ride into the city. Finally the
driver turned to Jack and queried

witn a puzzled trown:

'Who do you
cabbie asked.

fight next?" the

22 6 6

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE

"Nino Valdes," Dempsey kidded.
"How do you think you'll do?"

'I'll stiffen the bum in two

heats," Jack dead-panned.

"Thanks," said the cabbie, '111

tell my friends to bet on you.

Dempsey howled as he told the

story, but pride is a many many-splintered
splintered many-splintered thing and the champ

wouldn't have laugneo as lusiuy
had he overheard two sweet

young things in his restaurant a

few nights later.

"That's Jack Dempsey,' their

escort told them in awe.

"Jack Dempsey," said one, with

wide eyes. 'Who's he?"

The escort looked at her dis

gustedly.

'Oh1,' he shrugged, "he's the

guy who owns the restaurant.

Such, as tne guy said, is tame.

.Dempsey Vs. Valdes

Say,

'You knew Jack Dempsey,
aren't vou a fighter?.

"Yes I am,' Dempsey replied

straight-faced. ,

La Boca Rd.
Friday

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"If all this was not enough to
make the horse a stick out please
reflect that he was being asked to
carry only 120 pounds, and yet,
save for the Venezuelans themsel themselves,
ves, themselves, who, I'm told, bet him good.

the horse was completely ignored.
Why?"
The answer was obvious. The
horse's record, or form, had not
been made available to the pu public.
blic. public. Why, and whn was resnr.hsi.

ble, were less obvious. ."Some-

oody at Hialeah had tn knnw

bout Petare," insisted the colonel,

or else he would not have been

top weighted with Nadir."
As a matter of fact, everybody
at Hialeah whose official business
is to know about such matters,
did know, and so impressed was
the racing secretary, who is
charged with alloting weights in
handicaps, that the rated Petare's
potential exactly even with Na Nadir's.
dir's. Nadir's. As it turned out, of course,
he underated the visitor. .and the
visitor's jockey.
lflrl.-A 1 11. .

nuai nappenea, explained a

Hiaiean spokesman, when check

ed long distance by this depart

ment yesterday, "was that th

racing sheets neglected to publish

uie norse s record, it was avail available.
able. available. In fact, without it and until

sucn mrormation is certified by
the Jockey Club in New York we

can t start a horse."

Teems
Lincoln Life
GiDraltar Life
Eiks 1414
Seymour Agency
Spur Cola

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KIDNEYSmust
CLEANoutACIDS
Tour bod eloani out axean teldt
and polaonoua wMtsa In your bloo
through millions of tiny- dUci,t tubM
or fllura tn th kldnoya. When iirmi
Invad thM dollcau tubas and trri.
tata tha bladdar, making you auffet
from tha dlncomforta rultlnf front'
thaaa Infactlona, than you- (ael old,
tlrad, narvoua and dapraaaad. Try
Cyatax and get affactlva relief from
thaaa aljmenta. Cyitax combati
firms, olaana wit axeaaa aelda front
Idnaya and bladder and aoothaa Irri Irritated
tated Irritated tlaiuea. Aak for Cyatax from
your druailat today and sea how
much batter and happier you will leal
again. Oat Cyatax from rour drumrlat

Jockey a Slteper

ine jockey Club did not clear
the horse until late Friday, the day
before the race and this probably

explains tne racing sheets omV
sion. In the circumstancea than

me puduc naa Dut one hint as

to the horse's class the weights.
T)..l 1 1

dui norse piayers want more

man weignts for conviction. At
best, weights represent little more
than practiced conjecture, and
without past performances, there

is no way to rationalize them.
"One look at Petare's past per
formaces," grumbled Col. Vigor

isn, -ano you simply had to bet

someming on mm. You would
have noted that he had sped,
could go a distance, wan in rirti.

culously light and, very important

mac ne was in familiar handa tha

jockey who had alwaya riddon

Jockey Avila was to prove quite

as sensational as the horse. The
young Latin cagily kept Willie
Hartack (on Nadir) in close quart
ers throughout or until he attain-

eu a position in tne stretcn, 10
reasuring, the only phase of the
race that had yet to be fully de

termined was the size of the pay-
nf T ..... .U...4 Ml... i:

.At was iuuul live) iimea as

succulent as it would have been if

the horse players hadn't found
themselves blindly groping In an

axtraormnarv bJanlrnut-

Gibraltar Life 2 Elks 1414 1
Both teams with a mathematic mathematical
al mathematical chance tor the first halt cnam cnam-pionsmp
pionsmp cnam-pionsmp put on aispiay a pitch. ng
duel before a goou crowu at tntt
Pacific Little iague Mamum

The two huriers luvolvea were
Lew Fontaine irom the loogemen

and southpaw Dickie &bdon.

In the hit column Fonta.ne had

the edge, allowing three sale

blows out one was a homerun by

Gene Hermanny. double by Joe

Hunt, and a single by third base

man Lawyer. Gibraltar s pucner
was touched for eight hits, with

HummeL Brown ana Fontaine get

ting two each. However, Ebuon

was strong in tne ciutcnes ana
nine Elks were left stranded on
the base paths.

Gibraltar drew first blood when.

with one out in the fourth, Fon Fontaine
taine Fontaine was tagged for the first hit,
but what a hit, a homerun by
Gene Hermanny. The Elks prompt
ly tied the game in the next
frame, on two hits. In the last

inning with two outs Gene Her Hermanny
manny Hermanny was purposely passed. He
promptly stole second and Joe
Hunt broke up the game with a
lusty double.

The Gibraltar Lifers are still

very much in the race, being on only
ly only one game behind the Lincoln

Lifers. The Gibraltars will be out

in full strength on Friday after
noon, rooting for the Seymour A
gency to whin the Lincoln team

Bobby Farrel is scheduled to toss
the apple for Seymours, and this

curve ball artist could give tne

Lincolns trouble.

The box score:
Elks 1414

Berger, 2b

Poore, lb
Austin, cf
Hummel, 3b
Brown, ss
Gangle, rf,
Egofi, If

BridweU, 1
Fontaine, p
Gibraltar Llfe
Baughner, rf
Ebden, p
Harned, lf-c
Hermanny, ef
Hunt, ss
Rathgaber, lb
Lawyer, 3b
Thompson, lb
Halliday, e
McGraw, If

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Santa Class K. W t.
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rates. Phone Balboa leoo-
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Houses
FOR SNT: Furnished, two
bedroom, independent house,
with oarden. for two months. Call
San Francisco 3-5638.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
with all conveniences. For three
months, rrom February 11th.
4 8th street No. 15.
TOR RENT: For first Feb February.
ruary. February. 3 bedroom chalet, hot
water, everything modern. Phone
3-3578, Panama.
FOR RENT: For two months,
furnished residence at Loma A A-legre.
legre. A-legre. Phone 4-1054.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
2 bedrooms, livingroom, dining
room, porch, kitchen, (aragc.
"National Santuary" street No.
4. Campo Alegre. Phone 3-2795.
FOR SALE: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished house. Three bedrooms.
For three or two months, 48 St.
No. 15. telephone 3-3443.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom house, in
Campo Alegre. For information
call Dela Torre, 3-7206.
WANTED
WANTED TO RENT: Furnished
or unfurnished cottage in El Va Va-.
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March 21-27. Call Reverend
Milton K. Leidig. Curundu 5105
r 7116.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
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Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Seven offices of
approximately 44 sq.m. each,
which can be intercommunicated
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KNOXVILLE. Tenn. (UPI)
When thd city administration re refused
fused refused to grant a raise for claims
investigator Frank Workman, ci city
ty city law director John Duncan cut
his own salary by $200 and added
it to Workman's.

Commeraa

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FR1GETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
$270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
TO SET WEDDING DATE
TOKYO (UPI) The imperial
household will set April 10 as the
date for the wedding of Crown
Prince Akihito and his common commoner
er commoner fiancee, Michiko Shida, it was
indicated Tuesday. The formal
announcement was expected to be
made later this week.
SEEK FIREBUG
OSLO (UPI) Police sought
Tuesday a firebug who set 12
fires in less than four hours Mon Monday
day Monday night, most of them in a res residential
idential residential district of wooden houses.
Most of the fires were ex extinguished
tinguished extinguished before they could
cause extensive damage.
Bavin trouble with your e e-lectronlc
lectronlc e-lectronlc Equipment? Call
and you will be promptly
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Apartments

FOR RENT: Completely fur-
Shew two bedroom apartment,
' water, Campo Alegre, linen,
dishes. Phone 3-5024.
-FOR RENT: On 48 street Bella
Vista modern two bedroom Apt.
On 46 street, Riviera Aprs.,
another two bedroom Apt., din dining,
ing, dining, living, perch, balconies, two
bathrooms, maid's room and ga garage.
rage. garage. Call Panama 2-4696. From
8 a.m. to 12 noon.
FOR RENTi Small furnished
apartment or independent -room.
Beautiful residential section.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom apartment. Three bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet. 168 Via Belisario
Porras, garage.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment clean, cool "Cheles
Apartments," Campo Alegre.
Tel. 3-7658.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
three bedrooms, livingroom, din din-ingroom,
ingroom, din-ingroom, porch, roof. Tel. 2 2-4756.
4756. 2-4756. FOR RENT: Campo Alegre.
Completely furnished ane room
apartment, opposite, Hotel Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, hot water, call 3-1789.
Rugged Training At

Soldiers For Exercise Banyan Tree

"The men are rugged and their
spirit is great,"
That's the word from Rio Ha
to, where B Company, 1st Bat
tle Group, 20th Infantry is tak
ing only four weeks to undergo
the regular six-week cycle in
preparation for annual Army
Training Tests.
Reason for thin rleofous ached-

kwEembrs f B Company

must complete tneir training De-
fore Excercise Banyan Tree be begins
gins begins next month, as they will
serve as the aggressor force dur
tag thii operation.
Capt. John L. Lawig, company
commander, says that despite the
stepped-up activitsveverything is
rolling along smoothly and each
exercise is being handled expert expertly
ly expertly by participating troops.
A typical day found the first
squad of the first platoon mov
ing out to the field early in the
morning. Their objective was to
take a hill.
After a briefing by-"8f. Henry
Morgan the unit became tactical.
Men were skillfully camouflaged
and only the muffled sound of en entrenching
trenching entrenching tools being use to dig
foxholes disclosed their presence,
When the order to advance
was given, the infantrymen mov
ed along the edge of a wooded a
rea and across a field toward the
enemy. During the movement
they were hit by simulated gas
and atomic attacks, but succeed'
ed not only in taking the hill but
Full day excursion
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FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. 2-1661
LIFE INSURANCE
call
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for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
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Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1956 Ford, 4 door
Mainline, standard shirt, wsw,
radio. Call 84-4202.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Impala, convertible, black w.,
white top. Only 3000 mi., under under-coating,
coating, under-coating, backup lights, 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 luxurious
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 actu miles.
Phone Balboa 2-3338 or Coroxal
2137.
FOR SALE: Parts of 48 Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, battery, tires, electric
whiper, etc. Telephone 4-0108.
FOR SALE: 1957 Opel, duty
paid, excellent condition, down
$250.00, balance can be finan finan-ed.
ed. finan-ed. See at Household Exchange.
Tel. 3-7348.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac
hardtop coupe $2600. Off. 82 82-3117.
3117. 82-3117. Res. 84-5216.
Rio Hato Briefs
holding off an enemy counter-attack.
Every night since their ariv-
al at Rio Hato at least one squad
has been out on a night firing
mission.
Men not engaged in nieht prob
lems find time for a dip in the
river or a movie after evening
chow call. To make sure that
fresh, food i served, tfo largex
retngeratea vans nave been set
up.
Pfc. Lynn Nelson, whose home
is in Milwaukee, Wis., typifies
the spirit of the outfit. Nelson,-
who joined the company only
two days before Dt moved to Bio
Hato, eaid that in addition to re
ceiving excellent training in his
new job as a rocket gunner, the
physical conditioning "is great.
Sd4 Bernard Daniel of Phila
delphia, echoed these sentiments
and said he had transferred from
another post to get into B Com
pany.
m.,
BRIDGE TEAM DEPARTS
ROME (UPI) The Italian na
tional contract bridge team left
yesterday by plane for Amster
dam on its way to New York to
meet the United States and Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina in the world champion
ships later this month. The man
gular world champions will take
place in New York from Feb,
to 15.
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TO FILE COMPLAINT
JERUSALEM, Israle, Jan.
(UPI) The Israeli cabinet will
complain to the United Nations
Security Council that the Syrian
army has carried out deliberate,
well-planned ambushes ia Israel

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Modern furniture,
used' 3 months. It is a bargain.
Call 2-2680 Mr. Flavin.
FOR SALE: Modem furniture,
lamps and beautiful nigs. Deluxe
model mangle ironer: All in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, phone 3-6775.
FOR SALE: Due to urgent trip,
household furniture, in perfect
condition. Reasonable prices.
Call 3-1630.
FOR SALE: Kelvinator 18 cu.
ft., "Upright'' deepfreeze, $280.
Kelvinator clothes dryer, 60
cycle, $100.00. Both in good
condition. 86-5294 Albrook,
quarters 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 beds wsprings
12.50, bunk beds 39.00. China
closets 18.00, cribs complete
29.00, lawn chairs 4.50, kitchen
table 5.50, coffee tables 9.50,
nite tables 7.50, lovely telephone
tables 19. 50, brand new folding
beds 27.50, mattresses 6.50, pil pillows
lows pillows 0.95, HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE
CHANGE EXCHANGE National Ave. No.
41 (Auto Row) Tel. 3-7348 3
4911.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, all porcelain, 4 year guar guarantee
antee guarantee in perfect condition $200.
Cristobal 3-2430.
FOR SALE: Hand carved Cuban
dining; room furniture, bamboo
living room furniture, Simmons
bedroom furniture, curtains, and
gas stove. Address; Calle Ricardo
Arias, Edificio "Fomol", apart apartment
ment apartment 3, Campo Alegre. Tel. 3 3-6992.
6992. 3-6992. FOR SALE: Bedroom set, dres dresser
ser dresser and chest, iron bed, desk,
girl's 24" bike, freezer, washer,
(automatic dryer)-, miscellaneue
items. Phone Balboa 1681, call
Saturday and Sunday morning,
Caroll.
FOR SALE: Capehart eonsole,
radio Garrard record player. New
$1,000. Good buy at $50.
2128-D Cast 6th St. Curundu.
wFOR SALCfUS Complete Rattan
diningroom suite, glass top table,
latest style. Exceptional buy.
Apt. A-1527 Almond Street,
Balboa, phone 2-4335.
FOR SALE: New General Elec.
trie refrigerator 8-1 cubio ft.
Simmons Chesterfield bed with
matching chair, brass floor lamp,
and ironing roard. Phone 6-444,
Gambol.
FOR SALE: Owner leaving Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Priced for quick sale. One
12 ft. Sears refrigerator, one
double oven gae range, one 30
gallon gas hotwater tank, Vene Venetian
tian Venetian blinds, corner eebinets, 2
dressers, Hollywood double bed.
tiead board, box spring and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, electric washing machine
automatic wringer. All in excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Apartment "L"
Edificio Sousa, No. 37, 44th
Street. Phone 3-4126.
FOR SALE: Trundle Bod win win-nerspring
nerspring win-nerspring mattresses, 2 Folding
Beds. House 0303, Cable Hts.,
Ancon.
Fractured Vertebrae
Keep Audrey In Bed
After Durango Fall
I HOLLYWOOD, Feb. I (UPI)
Petite actress Audrey Hepburn
undergoes further examination to
day to determine the extent of
injuries she received eight days
ago m a fall from a horse while
on a liim location i& Durango,
Mexico.
The 29-year-old Brussels born
film star received at least two
fractured vertebrae in the acci accident,
dent, accident, doctors said X-rays showed
yesterday. More X-rays were plan
ned for Miss Hepburn, who has
oeen confined to her bed since
returning here in an ambulance
airplane Monday.
Miss Hepburn said she honed to
be sufficiently recovered within
three weeks to return to Durango
and resume work on the film The
Unforgiven."
CUBANS RETURN HOMI
MADRID (UPI) A regularly
scheduled flight of the Cubana
Airlines left here yesterday carry
ing some 51 Cubans who had
been exiled in Spain during Ful Ful-gencio
gencio Ful-gencio Batista's rule. This was
the largest single group of Cu Cubans
bans Cubans to leave here since the suc
cess of Fidel Castro's revolution.
If vour nrofctslonal or emateoi
trMismfesor needs fvpelrlng, talk
with Mx. Rafael Dlax, our
TR0PELCO, S. A.
Service Dept. Manager Tel. No.
3-748.
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Baby Grand piano,
in perfect condition $390.00.
DeSoto car 1952 $200.00. Calle
31 No. 4.41.
FOR SALE: Collins KVM-1
amateur radio trans-ceiver with
accessories. Call 14-2266, 83 83-5160.
5160. 83-5160. ryhi-
FOR SALE. -Cheap two moMt'u moMt'u-no
no moMt'u-no shirts. Take advantage of this
Carnival offer. Phone 3-0860
Panama. 89th street No. 88. Pat.
tilla. ::. Z.'.
FOR SALE: Piano $50 Phone
5-557 Gatun 223-B.
FOR SALE: 30 inch 4 blade
exhaust fan, plywood frame V
h.p., motor, brand new. Apt.,
0804-F, Acacia Place, Balboa.
America's Champion
Steeplechaser Third
In England Debut
LONDON, Feb. S (UPlI Neji,
America's champion Steepleachas Steepleachas-er,
er, Steepleachas-er, failed to make a winning de debut
but debut today when he finished third
in the three-mile Morden Handi Handicap
cap Handicap Steeplechase at the Hurst
Park track, near London.
The event was won by the po popular
pular popular favorite, Lochroe, owned by
Mrs. John Mildmay-White, and
ridden by Arthur Freeman, who
scored a one length win from Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Cox, the entry of W. Lusty,
with John Lehane in the saddle.
Mrs. Ogden Phipp's Neji, was
half a length further away in
third place, with Paddy Smith-
wick aboard.
It was Lochroe's fourth succes successive
sive successive win of the season, beating a
field of seven runners, of whom
Only fiy finished the course
The betting was 8 to 11, 4 to a
and 10 to 1 respectively.
TRANSITING THE CANAL

tankers operating in-this area, The 32,eoo-ton. wessei nas a speea m u iuw u vu
11,320,000 gallons of petroleum; prodactetaun ched In October, 19575 ahe ifi owrwdy tneGult
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Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
. meters, in the Nuevp Hipodremo
.. Urbanization, across 'the Remon
Racetrack. All "lets with srree
'1 fronts, sewage, water main and
-lelectricuV Call W. McBjraett.
vTal. 3-257.y
rOK5AU:lot 1,066 square
meter In,' the 'best location of
La Cresta, situated between "V"
Street and new street. For infor information
mation information pleas call tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m.. to 5 p.m.
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FOR SALE: Wonderful ppor
tunity, level lot of land n -Golf
Heights." $3.50 square meter, meter,-for
for meter,-for quick sale. Cucalon b Cia.
Phone 3-3330.
FOR SALE: Property in Arrai Arrai-jn.
jn. Arrai-jn. Cool location, two story
.house, well, fruit trees. For in information
formation information call Balboa 1 3 17.
LIFE OF GEORGE VI
Where did'the servants sleep?
In the trees, vaguely supposed
England's Puke of York (later
to be George V) around the turn
of the century. But a short thir thirty
ty thirty yeara later his son destined to
become George VI, sat bare-
headed,1 in shorts and rolled up
sleSjsingirff "Under the
Spreading Chestnut Tree" wnn a
campful of boys from the Ber-
mondsey and Liverpool siums.
How he democratized the mo monarchy,
narchy, monarchy, what influences pervaded
his life, what he thought ef Pres President
ident President Roosevelt, Churchill, Cham Chamberlain
berlain Chamberlain and other world leaders,
are iust some of the events and
opinions outlined in "Life of King
George VI" by John W. Wheeler Wheeler-Bennett,
Bennett, Wheeler-Bennett, first biographer to have
had access te George's private
diarjes.vPf hi.'subject, stretching
over neany nan an eveuuui eu eu-tury.
tury. eu-tury. southbound yester day was the SS

to the balcony of the Mlraiiores .conirpi ous;to ? ra

eon of the Mlraiiores .TOnwpi nouse;TO fKa uw.
E," A. Wagner, A. N. GobcK Dr.vGumermoajrarret
, (manager. :

group were-E,

CtomptrollerTeam which arrived via "w-W 'es)rdaysftno6A'
a three day staff visit, are shown on4 thctr, arrival -ai AWbrooK

nen fi-.-wi RMdi. Director or

filetllif Miscellaneous

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we
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Wk.
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CRAWFORD AGENCIES
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TrvoK Avenue No. 1 8-20.
Protect your home and proper
ty against insect da mage.
Prompt : scientific treatment en
emergency or monthly, budget
basis'. Telephone Pronto Service,
"HPatMma 1-7977 or Colon 1777.
TV SERVICES ?.
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U.S. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panama, Service
foinT.9:00 a.m.' to 10:00 a.m
BcjatfrMofor
FOR SALE: Cabin Cruiser
"Mansion,''- 19 feet, totally cov covered,
ered, covered, with- fiber glass, 2 "Evin "Evin-rude"motorSi
rude"motorSi "Evin-rude"motorSi 35 h p. Good me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition.' For informa information.
tion. information. Barcenat Printing Shop. Can
be teen at ''Club de Yates y Pes Pes-a."
a." Pes-a." Phone 2-1424.
FOR SALE 958 lohnsori 35
h.p.. outbotvi motor $325-00.
Phone Curundu 5157. Can be
seen at 21 77-B,' Curundu.
FOR SALE:--! 8 ft. Cabincruiser,
outboard. Clk Clayton 6213.
LOST: 'Diamond wristwatch
vicinity Panama Golf Course or
Kobbe Exchange. Call 25-3703.
Reward.
Dogs
FOR SALfe:-fMf:Ci9''PP
pies, fawn house 0764-by"''-boa
2-4258.
Galf Qlieen, one of the largest
Manairement Anftivsis. uad ; vut.

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Avenue TS-1 17- Phone 2-3479.
Furniture tWsigntd la America,
IraHM, ScaitdiMviati linn kf
Decor. Monthly piymtnts. Pans
me 3-0647. f.
jl..Jt- HI' i .i
Decor remo'erii any kind el
fernltMfe yo ewsk Reupholster
jut and tefjnishlng done by est
psrts. Panama 3-0647.
Domestic Employment
Mrd wanted, must live in, fsn fsn-eral'
eral' fsn-eral' housework and caring far
three children, call at 2605-B,
Cocoli, after 5 e,m.
WANTED: English aaeakine
Panamanian housekeeper with
references, for couple, no ehil ehil-dran.
dran. ehil-dran. Las Cumbres, but stop.
Phone 4-1488.
HELP WANTED: English
speaking snaid te live in. U.S.
couple. Ne children. References.
Telephone 3-0340.
Today's Opening
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Stocks opened narrowly irregul.
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Fernos Td Testify
Before Puerto Rid
Leqisldtive Group
wacmwr.TON. Feb. 5 (TJPIIe
Commonwealth Resident comms
sioner Dr. Antonio Fernos Isel
left today for ,Stfn Juan, Puer
Rico, to tesury Detore a joint m
islative committee s t u d y 1 n
changes in the Puerto Rico Fed
el Relations Act.
Fernos declined to discuss
detail what he plans to tell the
sulaf -lawmakers. However,
"RBdrafUtW nr the Puerto Ki
iCnrieral. Realtions Act is desirab-
in order that' Or relationships f
the Commonwealth with the unl
ed States may tand out clear
and unequivocally."
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7:00 Golf Show
11:00 ;l Storm Show

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a7y Investigation Into Jet Tragedy
Blames Crash On Lack Of Landing Aids

NEW YORK, Feb. 5 (UPI) -Tealris
of federal investigators
were examining every detail today
Of 'the crashed American Airlines
turboprop airliner in which 65 of
the 73 aboard died. Preliminary
reports indicated lack of altitude
aids and heights perception dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties over water may have
caused the crash.
The sleek Edectra 188, oneof A A-merica'is
merica'is A-merica'is newest jet age airliners,
crashed in the water while on an
instrument approach to La Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Field over the East River just
before midnight Tuesday.
It was landing in fog and drizzle
oo a flight from Chicago with a
veteran pilot at the controls. It
dropped into the rivar 4,000 feet
short of Runway 22, known as the
"ck door" approach to the field.
Some pilots have reported it is
like playing Russian roulette to
land by instruments on this run-
Realms of Federal Aviation A A-geocy
geocy A-geocy investigators undar Joseph
O. Fluet, regional investigator of
the Civil Aviation Board (CAB),
iwung into action yesterday as
parts of the twisted wreckage of
the plane were brought up from
the river by crane.
. Fluet said no conclusions had
been arrived at but the investiga investigation
tion investigation uncovered these facts:
w-Jvunway 22 was not equipped
With a glide slope radio beam
which allows a pilot to gauge his
elevation. It did have a directional'-foam
which the pilot was us using
ing using to line up with the runway.
Some runways at La Guardia have
both electronic aids.
there were no approach lights
jW the water which borders the
ield, The landing lights of the
runway start at the runway's wa waterage
terage waterage head.1
Reports indicate a pilot land landing
ing landing over water, especially calm
water, at night often suffers com complete
plete complete loss of depth perception. He
often believes he is higher than
be is.
Caft. Albert H. DeWitt, the 59 59-yeajf5dd
yeajf5dd 59-yeajf5dd pilot .with nearly 30 years
flying experience, was killed in
the crash. He was among those
believed trapped in the sunken
plane.
There were 43 persons still miss
Ing and believed; dead whose bo bodies
dies bodies have not been recovered.
t only 16 of then have been
aentified.
Catapults were the artillery
Pieces of ancient warfare.
Some had a range, of half a
eile, while others could throw
& 60-pound istooe with enough
orce to sink a ship. By the
TOdcfle Ages, the secret of
making the catapult had been
lost Models, made today, win
not fire a stone weighing more
than eight pounds.
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TODAY!
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1:35 4:00 6:25 9:00 P.M.
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Official's Faith
Undimmed By

WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A fatal crash and a "near emer emergency"
gency" emergency" involving America's latest
jet-powered airliners left the avia aviation
tion aviation industry's faith in its new
planes unshaken today.
In one accident, a turboprop
(jet engines hitched to conven conventional
tional conventional propellers) Lockheed Elec Elec-tra
tra Elec-tra crashed in the water short
of a LaGuardia Field runway in
New York Tuesday night. Sixty Sixty-five
five Sixty-five died in the American Airlines
plane.
In the second incident, a Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican World Airways jetliner
suddenly dropped 24,000 feet to
6,000 feet altitude over the North
Atlantic when its autopilot went
haywire. The New York accident
prompted the House Commerce
committee to scheduled an inquir inquir-y
y inquir-y tomorrow into air safety prob problems
lems problems connected with the jet age.
E. R. Quesada, head of the new
Federal Aviation Agency, was
called to testify at a closed-door
session.
Industry officials here pointed
out that neither the American Air Airlines
lines Airlines nor Pan American accident
Ambitious Indian
Asks Russian Govt.
For Sizeable Loan
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The head of the Indian Trades
Council said last night he has
sounded out the Russians on a
five-miliion-dollar loan because he
is convinced, the American govern government
ment government has no Intention of helping
the Indians.
Al Delafontaine, a Sioux Indian,
said he wanted the loan "so we
can get some kind of industry
started on the reservations so
Indians can have a weekly pay
check., and work where they want
to work,"
Delafontaine telephoned the So
viet Embassy in Washington
and said the Russians sound
ed very cordial over the telphone.
They told him the ambassador
was out of town, but gave him
the name of a man at the em
bassy to whom he. could; write for
information about a loan, oeia
fontaine said.
"They sounded very encouraging
and we might get some money
from them, he said.
Delafontaine, whose organiza
tion consists of 100 to 200 Indians
on reservations in Minnesota, the
Dakota and Montana, said he
would lead a delegation of Indians
to Washington to seek action on
his request.
He said he would give the Unit
ed States first chance at helping
the Indians by trying to contact
President Eisenhower and their
congressmen.
If they have ho luck at the
White House or in Congress, then
the delegation will visit the Soviet
Embassy. Delafontaine indicated
he had little hope for obtaining
government aid.
TROUBADOR Tiny croonei
lasil. Goulandris, son of I
jreek shipping executive, hold!
he microphone tightly as h
enders a ballad during a chil chil-Iren's
Iren's chil-Iren's party in London. Hii
lumber was "Bunny Bunny.'
It may be inconsistent h.
there ore people who can be hard hard-boiled
boiled hard-boiled ond half boked ot ths

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LIX 1

In Jet Craft
Tragic Crash

involved the operating character characteristics
istics characteristics of a jet transport.
"Both could have happened just
as easily to a piston-engme air
craft," an official of the Air Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Association said.
Air safety experts backed up
this official to the hilt. They said
ail known facts on the Electra
accident pointed to a combina
tion of several possible factors
weather, pilot judgemeLt and the
fact that the runway involved,
number 22, has no instrument
landing system (ILS) equipment
ana no radar eqmpment capable
oi monitoring ana g mains am aiD-
proacn.
US Planes Searching
For Wealher Plane
Lost Off East Coast
HAMILTON, Bermuda, Feb. J
(UPI) Two U.S. Air Force and
two Coast Guard planes roared in
to the air today in search of a
USAF weather reconnaissance
plane missing with 12 men a
board.
The plane was believed to have
crashed yesterday about 200 miles
east of Norfolk, Va., midway be
tween Bermuda and New York.
The search was hampered by
bad weather. The Air Force put
KC-97 tankers on the alert to join
the search when the weather
cleared.
Planes from the carrier Tarawa
already had joined six destroyers
and the Coast Guard Cutter Mae
kinac in the hunt for the missing
converted B-Z9 bomber.
The Air Force said the names of
those aboard the missing plane
would not be announced for 48
hours.
When last heard from, the plana
was flying at 10,000 feet and due
to go up to 18 000. lu Eoree offi
cials estimated that if it stayed at
10,000 the plane's fuel would have
run out by 2 a.m. today.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for trie U
hours ending g a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographte Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High .... ..... 92 82
Low .. .. ,,,r 71 76
HUMIDITY:
High ,, 92 85
Low :.. ., .... 0 76
WIND:
(max. mph. NW-17 N14
RAIN (inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 78 80
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake ........ 85.11
Madden Dam 246.11
BALBOA TIDES
FRIDAY, FEB.
HIGH
Time
2:28 a.m.
Ht.
14.8 ft.
14.8 ft.
302
LOW
Time
8:48 a.m.
9:11 p.m.
Ht.
0.2 ft.
0.6 ft.
BIG

TODAY

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It is the majestic presentation of mankind's march toward freedom. It has in it
all the overtones of slavery and liberty, of justice and Injustice, of equality and
the lack of equality. It moves one to the very bone and blood."
DR. RAYMOND I. LINDQU1ST,
President of the National Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church.

41

US Cattlemen Begin
Latin American Tour
Of Famous Ranches

U. S. cattlemen from several
western and southwestern states
left today on a specialized "Stock "Stockman's"
man's" "Stockman's" 30-day tour, of six Latin
American countries.
Sponsored by the Record Stock
man magazine of Devern, Colora
do, the trip will include visits to
eight of the most famous ranches
in Argentina, Peru, Brazil, Chile,
Uruguay and Panama. A spec
tacular five-day trip Dy air., lase
steamer and motor bus will also
be made through the "Switzerland
of the Andes" country in the Chi Chilean
lean Chilean lake region.
Leaving from the Miami gate gateway
way gateway on Braniff International Air
ways, the stocKmen ana meir iam iam-ilies
ilies iam-ilies will fly first to Lima, Peru,
where they will visit the famous
Izola Stud Ranch which specializ specializes
es specializes in the breeding and training of
pace horses for show purposes. It
is recognized as the foremost es
tablishment of its Kina in ssoum a-
menca.
As euests of the Argentine Here
ford Association in Buenos Aires,
the croup will see some of the
country's largest "estancias" or
ranches. The month of February
is the latter part of summer in
South America, and is ideal for
visiting in the rural areas.
The agricultural minister oi Bra
zil, Dr. Mario Meneghetti, has
issued an official invitation to the
cattlemen. Among the ranches
they will visit during a six-day vi
sit to his country is the largest
ranch of South America, special'
izing in the raising of Brahma
cattle.
Sightseeing trips are scheduled
for each city as well as a special
shopping tour in Panama.

Red Guards On Berlin Road
Allow US Convoy fo Continue

BERLIN, FOfc I (UPI) A U.
S. Army truck convoy today pass passed
ed passed through two Soviet check checkpoints
points checkpoints and arrived in West Ber Berlin
lin Berlin without incident
Soviet border guards mads no
attempt to board and search the
trucks, an Army spokesman said
It was the first convoy to tra travel
vel travel the ilO-mile highway connect connecting
ing connecting Berlin and West Germany
since the Soviets last night re released
leased released four trucks and five sol soldiers
diers soldiers held on the East-West Ger German
man German border for 5ft hours.
The four truck convoy that
passed Soviet control points to today
day today brought crated goods to the
city.
Both at Marienborn, on the
East-West German border, and
at Babelsberg, just outside West
Berlin, Soviet guards dropped de demands
mands demands that trucks be inspected.
This demand halted a west
bound truck convoy Monday. The
Soviets detained it for 56 hours.
Meanwhile, the Communists to today
day today renewed their demand that
the western allies leave West
Berlin.
U.S. Army in Europe head headquarters
quarters headquarters announced that the give
men were turned over to Ameri
can officials near Herleshausen.
Their release was arranged by
the American and East German
Red Cross organizations, an ar army
my army spokesman said.
Release of the Americans was
negotiated by Robert Wilson, di director
rector director of the American Red
Cross in Europe, in talks with
Ludwig Werner, president of the
East German Red Cross.
The Red Cross organizations
were asked to negotiate because
the United States does not rec recognize
ognize recognize the Communist East Ger German
man German government and will not
deal with .it.
The United States repeatedly
demanded the men's release in

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THE TEN
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VISTAVISION

ADM. WALES
Adm. Wales Taking
Sea Command Soon
In Atlantic Fleet
The Navy Department announc
ed yesterday that Rear Aam.
George Wales, commandant oi
the 15th Naval District, will be
come commander of Amphibious
Group 2 in June of this year.
Wales will relieve Rear Adim.
Roy A. Gano in the U.S. Atlantic
Fleet sea command.
The Navy's ranking officer in
the Canal Zone will be succeeded
by Rear Adim. Lewis S. Parks,
whose appointment was announc announced
ed announced last month.
Wales has served as command commandant
ant commandant of the 15th Naival District in
Panama since September, 1957.
A veteran submairine officer, he
wears two Silver Stars for hero heroism
ism heroism in World War II as com commanding
manding commanding officer of the subma submarine
rine submarine USS Pogy.
TWO NAMES MISSING
MOSCOW (UPI) Former
Premier Nikolai Bulganin and
onetime Foreign Minister Adrei
Vishinsky are missing from the
new edition of the small Soviet
encyclopedia now being issued.
The first volume appeared at
bookstores this week.
protests to Soviet authorities in
East Germany. The Soviets re rejected
jected rejected the demands, saying the
United States had to deal direct directly
ly directly with the East Germans.
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CHIC OF A RABY Looking as
if she stepped right out of the
.Arabian Nights is Patrice Wy Wy-1
1 Wy-1 more. The wife of Errol Flynn,
1 Pat shows what can be done
' with just a few baubles, ban ban-,
, ban-, gtes and beads on her costume.
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IMP Patrol Cars iGfven.'New Revolvini

oaiery Deacons,-men voain:,iielmefs:

Isthmian; residents are jetting
their first look at new safety
equipment provided for U.S. Army
Caribbean. Military Police and
their vehicles crash helmets for
motorcyclists on traffic detail and
revolving red lights on patrol car
roofs, -j ; f :
Their procurement brings the
materiel utilized by the Army in
the Panapa area to a level con considered
sidered considered standard by the most
modern law enforcement agencies
in the United States, and creates
uniformity with Canal Zone Po Police,
lice, Police, safety equipment.
Crash. hlmts' now art btlng
ued by cyclists of the 534th MP
Company, fort Clayton, whH en
scort and ganaral traffic duty.
White with a" black bill, ear pro-
tectors and chin strap, they are of
a fiberglass plastic with sponge
rubber padding. Light and com comfortable
fortable comfortable to wear, the helmets pro provide
vide provide safety insurance for the rid riders.
ers. riders. Their protective, ability has
been demonstrated countless times
in other areas.
About six patrol vehicles already
have had the revolving signals in installed
stalled installed and work on the balance of
the fleet should be finished within
45 days.
Affixing the lights involves a
minor roof modification which
takes about a day to complete.
This work is being accomplished
in the USARCARIB Ordnance
Shop.
Th flashing beacon will sup supplement
plement supplement the existing stationary
light and siren installed en vehi vehicle
cle vehicle fenders.
Controlled by means of a dash dashboard
board dashboard switch, the new device will
be used primarily for signalling
motorists.
In operation at the scene of an
accident or during convoy travel,
it will warn drivers to be alert for
unusual road conditions ahead.
Demos Conduct Poll
On Housing. Urban
Renewal
WAsfiMtO' FJ. 5 (UPI)-
Democratic congreissipnal leaders
are hstemmna to the election re
turns when they press for spend
ing programs too Dig tor esi-
dent Eisenhower to swallow.
Support for the more ambitious
Ijnn&ijditic prpsms was indicat indicated:
ed: indicated: today by a wmocratic Nation
al Committee poll of Democrats
who ran for Congress last year.
Ninety-nine replies were received
from among almost 500 canal'
dates.
One set of questions deal with
bills which Democratic headmiar
ters said were blocked last year
by presidential veto or Republic
an opposition. The candidates were
asked if their experience indicat
ed that the voters in their States
or districts wanted these measur
es enacted by the new Congress
Of those answering the question
as to whether the voters wanted
an expanded housing and urban
renewal program, 9 answered
"yes," 8 saod "no" and 21 replied
that it was not an issue in their
areas. .;'':';,",?.:
At his news conference yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, Eisenhower objected speci
fically to the Democratic bills
dealing with housing and aid for
airport construction M a cost a a-bove
bove a-bove what he recommended. He
Challenged the Democratic Con Congress
gress Congress to iraise taxes to cover the
cost of bills which would throw
his. budget out of balance.
ON THE WAY-SMrlr
Lahie has always bam xcog xcog-nized
nized xcog-nized at a great potential film
actress. She's on her way now,
due to a fine part in the new
movie. "Some Came Bunning."

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leimeis now Dejng worn by motorcyclists on traffic-detail. Thy
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litary Police operating in the Canal Zone, (U.S. Aimy Photo).

13 Junior High Students!

Thirteen Balboa Junior HJh
Sehool students received straight
"A" averages during the third
marking &erj( whijsh, fMed to
January, it has been announced
by, the Division of School.
In addition, 133 other students
received an average of "B" in
their studies.
The names of the students on
the "A" and "B" Honor Rolls are
listed as; folloys:j y 'v
A HONOR ROLL
Louise Bailey, Robert eoffmant
Susan Garcia, Michael Harris, Ma
ry Howe, Eugene Linfors, Wend Wend-ell
ell Wend-ell Shepherd, Kaye Sergeant, Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Slotkin, Mary Stallworth, An Andrea
drea Andrea Tarflinger and Christina
Vogt. ;,'A )Cr.UK i.Ott' B. t!"
B HONOR ROLL
Duchess Adams, Gail Albritton,
Paula Badonski, Jerry Banks,
Fini-pnr-o Rstrbour. Mike Basham.
Connie Bernharo CristmaBern-
erly, SheHaishopMaraBi'
tick, sniwey .s wumDer Koqeri
Bohannon, Diane ; Brown,? Marr A A-in
in A-in Rrnwn. Robert Bur gener. Car-
ivTivrjihounirPafrici Carter. LauJ
Ai-iut 1vT,Alfiii, th4lJ
ippex5iopper m!?my&vw
Saiir Cramer. Chervl Crawford
PhU Culberson, Buddy Pempsey,
John Donaldson," tynda Donely;
Ellen Douelas. Elizabeth.; Draper,
Marcia Dubbs, Vicki Dunnrag, Job'
nie Dyer, -Carla Euctt, Bomta- -;
Carol Farbmanr, Prank Fin-
lason, George Ktald,JfrtoJ
ric Flumach. Keith-Frederick. Eu-
nis Friese, t Mike Fulop, Diana
Gannon, Margaret Garcia: Janls
Gilly, Sandra Halliday,. Howard
HamUtottiSarltav Heres, -ii Al 1 m
Hesters.Lerlene HaydeftsJane
Hearne, AnayBnsi HerreraJDavid

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Holmes, Diane .Ianole,, Patricia
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Camilla Kpndall,; Jeatt' Kent, Pa-
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Luhr, Margaret MacConnell, Pat
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Betsy tMaIlory, Kerry McCoy,
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Tim Moore, Margie Morris, Phil
Moseiey, Biuy-1 Mounts, Harry
Munyon, Charles Neal, Datid
Neal, Susannd Ness, Alfred Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, Sheila Osborne, John jPa.
terson, Roberta Patterson, Joseph
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Glenda iPrunty, Lynda Perez, Con
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