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Let the people knotv the truth and the country U safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1959
RP Said Seeking $
To Finance New
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 (UPI) A Commerce Department publication estimated
that new pubMc works projects in the Republic of Panama will require $21,170,000 in
financing outside of the ordinary governmental revenue.
A report to the department from the United States Embassy in Panama outlined
probable Panama government steps toward such financing as follows:
Negotiations are in progress
with the International Bank for
Reconstruction and Development
for a new $6,000,000 loan to fi finance
nance finance the national toad plan.
"A new bond issue for financ financing
ing financing the -public works program of
offered in the local Capital mar market
ket market earl? in 1959. :
"Sources for financing the s
100,000 balance required cow
r the government's estimated
cost of the national road plan
and the prelect for filling of the
Panama Bay $7,500,000 have
net been found.
"Some officials feel that pri private
vate private capital should be interested
in the latter project since, ia
their opinion, sale of the relcaim relcaim-d
d relcaim-d land snf qinvomr qgtom yhr
new port facilities would more
than offset the cost of the prc
"A loan from United States or
International financial agencies
will be sought for the $750,000 To To-eumen
eumen To-eumen airport project -since the
fovernment-ha not- Been success successful
ful successful in -obtalningpriyate ; capital
for this purpose,- -
"The government will probably
seek the balance of the new ca capital
pital capital required for its specific pub public
lic public works prelects in th local ca
pital maritet ttaflugthe.jale "of
Its bonds", u. ... jt- ;
sent On To Senate
Washington, feb. mupd-
A House-approved bill to extend
the draft' fourmore "years today
teemed assured of Senate passage
by an overwhelming margin.
The measure, high priority
Item In -President Eisenhow.sr's
legislative-program and backed
fully by leaders of both parties,
coasted to House passage yester yesterday
day yesterday on a' roll call vote of 381 to 20.
Sponsors felt confident the bill
would obtain endorsement in 1 the
Senate by a similar margin. There
was no immediate indication of
bow soon the Senate would act.
There was a smattering of oppo opposition
sition opposition in the House but it was
smothered by t platoon of support supporters
ers supporters led by Chairman Carl Vinson
(D-Ga'of the House Armed Serv Service
ice Service Committee.
Vinson argued that the United
States could not possibly maintain
a force of 2,500,000; men without
compulsion, as distasteful as it
might be to maintain the draft in
peacetime.. '.:, ,:V
Rep. Leonard G. Wolf (D-Iowa)
spearheaded a vain attempt to
limit the extension to two years.
Hi move was beaten on a voice
Wolf said "he felt some extension
was necessary but that Congress
shbul ddevote. the .next two years
to' exploring ... ways of ; raising a
military force enUrely by recruitment.-.-
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? Witnesses ; Hesrd
In Probe Of Charoes
On City Finances ;
7 district Attorney Gerardo A.
de Leon heard three witnesses
yesterday afternoon in the course
of his investigation into .charges
"of irregularities in the handling
,of: city funds as set forth te a re re-'port
'port re-'port submitted by auditors of
the Comptroller General's office.
; Testifying yesterday were David
Recuero, Sergio Acosta, and Juan
Valdes, who until last Monday
held the post of Chief of Mate Materials
rials Materials and Purchases for the City-
Several Councihnen were due
to testify tn closed session,
v The investigation was. ordered
by (Attorney General Hermogenes
de la Rosa after the 'auditors' re report
port report revealed apparent-discrepancies
in .expenditures ; made ant
'goods and services received by
'the'City..; .., iCi-i,-:':'---
Guiliermo T Marques P Briceflo,
jprominent Panama City attorney
has been named' --counsel. foY"thi
morning tabloid vfs Crttica,J
which is being sued by" two coun
Cllmen, Hernando Martiz and Ma
,tio Velasques, for naming their
Smong those who will be calhv
to testify with t reeard to the
Lcharges of .mismanagement )i, c t I
''.-Vi- if-4' '-SA ;" y'-.r:
1 i d life
Canal Zone Plans To Reduce
Firefighter Crews In March
' A reduction in the present 17-company Canal Zone fire fight fighting
ing fighting force will be effected March 14 to bring fire protection In
more efficient relationship to actual need, it was announced
yesterday at Balboa Heights
The action to revise the strength of the consolidated Canal
tateikwith the concurrence of
the competition of an extensive study of the Canal Zone's requite
ments for fire protection, particularly In view of reductions ex
perienced in population,, housing areas and wooden frame build buildings
ings buildings In recent years, i t
Three companies to be eliminat
ed are at P.A.D. (Panama Air De
pot) m Curundu on the Pacific side
of the Jsthmus and at Margarita
and Cristobal on the Auanuc side.
Pending final determination at the
moment is tlhe "'reduction of -a
fourth "station; the Pscifie side unit
presently located at Cocoli on the
West Bank, r While the reduction
entails the closing t of the Cocoli
and P.A.D. stations, the Margart-
Ua "and Cristobal stations :,wiU be
continues' witn one company eacn
instead of -the two companies
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Wins High Award
From Panama GoyI.
A Presidencia amnquncement has
revealed that Dr. L. S. Carring Carring-ton,
ton, Carring-ton, a veteran Canal Zone and
Panama lauyer, has been award awarded
ed awarded the decoration of the Order of
Vasco Nunez de Balboa in the
degree of Caballero.
Carrington was born in Barba Barba-does
does Barba-does and received his early edu education
cation education in private school there.
Later he attended Howard Uni University
versity University in Washington, D.C., from
which he was graduated with the
decree of bachelor of laws.
He came to the- Isthmus in!
Though Carrington is one of
the oldest members oi the Pana Panama
ma Panama bar, his practice is chiefly in
the Canal Zone courts.
A past president of the Bar As Association
sociation Association of the Canal Zone, tie
is presently serving that group
" An active phurebman, Carring Carrington
ton Carrington has for some years been chan chancellor
cellor chancellor of the missionary district
of the Canst Zone and legal ad adviser
viser adviser to the jpiscopaI Bishop.
In 1949, Carrington was on the
honors Est, of ; ihe late King,
ueorge ;vi when M h ebecame a
member of ; the- Most Excellent
Order of the British Empire. The
decoration. was presented by the
British Ambassador to Panama.
In 1957, Cairrington's friends
from: the Canal Zone and Pana Panama
ma Panama honored him at: a testimo testimonial
nial testimonial : dinner,'' jurists' : and others
joined the large group of lawyers
lttending:- r.t.ocn.;'. -It
, was noted today that' Car Car-.'Jngton
.'Jngton Car-.'Jngton ihas Cset t fine 'A example
constructive 'effort .'in' helping
young attorneys, and also in ag agisting
isting agisting the community of. British
ubjects residing in Panama ;, to
ward harmonious relations with
Dr. L. S.
fire fighting strength is being
the military commands following
maintained at these stations at
The study showed that more
than adequate fir; fighting person personnel,
nel, personnel, plantsand equipment were
being maintainedo meet the re reduced
duced reduced risks now existing in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. In addition to an analy analysis
sis analysis of the risk decreases in view of
the reduction in population, hous housing
ing housing areas and temporary type con construction,
struction, construction, the stud involved a re
view of'-eltperiencei gained -from
the" operation" of the consolidated
rorce since iswr records ox caus
and. fire losses fire', prevention
steps taken to toinimize'Josses, and
the subnormal risk situation in
the Zone as compared to other
communities where consideration
must be given to such factors as
space heating hazards and winter
driving conditions. )
With the elimination of the four
companies there will be a reduc reduction
tion reduction of 38 men, 10 of them U.S. ci citizens
tizens citizens and 28 Panamanians. Wher Wherever
ever Wherever possible the services of the
personnel affected will be utilized
in other units.
Tr Be Suspended
After Sunday flight
Service on Thatcher Ferry will
be suspended beginnining Sunday
night at 10 for a period of approxi approximately
mately approximately three weeks, it has been
announced by the Marine Bureau.
During the time that the Serv Service
ice Service is shut down, maintenance re repairs
pairs repairs will be made to the ramps,
piling, and counterweight cables
on both sides of the Canal, and a
detour road will be built around
'he bridge construction area in
the vicinity of Fan-fan Hill.
This road will be built by L. R.
Somimer, the contracting firm now
working on the west approach to
the Balboa bridge,' and will re replace
place replace the existing road tempora temporarily.
rily. temporarily. It will be used after ferry
service is resumed at the end of
Traffic which normally uses
Thatcher Ferry will be routed ov over
er over M'rpflores Bridge during the
period thai the ferry service is not
Least-Understood Christian Season Starts Next Wednesday
' By LOUIS-CASS ELS
Next Wednesday Feb. 11)
marks the beginning of one of the
least understood: seasons of the
It is called Lent, a named de derived
rived derived from an bid Anglo-Saxon
word for springtime. 1,
It is easy to say who observes
Lent, and when, and how. The
question that causes confusion,
even in churches that place great
emphasis in Lent; is ay.
To take up the easy ones first.
Lent is observed by all liturgical
Churches, Including the Roman
Catholic, Lutheran Episcopal and
Eastern -Orthodox communions.
These churches follow an ancient
calendar of worship which divides
the year into six great seasons seasons-Advent,
Advent, seasons-Advent, Christmas, Epijphany,
Lent, Eaeter : and Trinity; The
idea is that this calendar provides
an annual rhythm for worship. 1 so
that each major aspect of the
Christian faith has its' own ap appointed
pointed appointed season for special empha emphasis...,
sis..., emphasis..., . -- .H..t,:AU
Many Protestant bodies which
formerly Ignored the liturgical.
INSPECTION TOUR Queen-Carol
uanai zone,: maae an inspection tour oi tier domain, is shown
with one of the towing locomotives on Mirailores locks. The
rfour-day reiirn of the lovely youne oueen will beein tomorrow
A full mKe picture .of -Queen
pearea on tne cover pr tms monm issue or ine "Manama canal
Review. - ,' .-,'
Dragnet Set Around Madden Forest
But Los Tres Gonzalez Still Roam
An intensive dragnet search is
idar way1 east of the forest pre
serve area Off. Madden Road for
three Gamboa convicts who es
caped Wednesday, morning while
working with tue road gang just
north of -Madden Wyte,
The trio, unofficially dubbed
"lot tres Coniilti,", wr spot spotted
ted spotted in the dense bush west of
the roadway yesterday, only a
couple of miles northeast of the
point at which they made their
A cordon of police searchers
was organized swiftly in an at attempt
tempt attempt to botle up the fugitives.
But the heavy growth n.ade close
pursuit impossible and the con convicts
victs convicts soon were lost from view.
The three men-are Quintin Gon
zalez, Eirnesto Gopzalez, and Is-
mael Gonzalez, all of whom are
Panamanian. Ernesto is a San
Bias Indian, and both he and Quin-
2 Cracked Ril?s
WASHINGTON (UPI) Vice
President Richard M. Nixon
nursed two cracked ;ribs yester yesterday
day yesterday as the result of a fall on the
icy steps of his hoe Tuesday
A spokesman said? Nixon would
carry out hjs regular work sched schedule
ule schedule despite the accident. Nixon
was entering his. 'house when he
slipped on a narrow 'outside stair stairway
way stairway and fell; :;
The cracked ribS were disclosed
by X-rays at Walter Reed Army
Hospital. Nixon was reported
no great discomfort.
calendar have begun in recent
years to see values, in it. One re
suit of this so-called liturgical re
vival is that Lent Is now beWg
observed in a number of Presby Presbyterian,
terian, Presbyterian, Methodist and other Prot Protestant
estant Protestant churches.
The date of Lent varies from
year to year, because it is tied
to the date of Easter. Specific al
ly, Lent is a period of 40 week weekdays
days weekdays and six Sundays preceding
Easter. This period was fixed by
Pope Felix II in 487 A.D.. but his
decree merely formalized a cus custom
tom custom that was widespread in the
Christian church as early as
The Eastern Orthodox churches
reckon the date of Easter by a
method different from 'hat used
in Western, churches.; Hence their
observance oi Lent begins on a
different- date (March Id this
year.) '? v '.:--' v'v; '
Roman -Catholics are enjoined
to fast on-all week-days during
Lent by foregoing meM- at two of
the three meals. In Eastern Or Or-thodix
thodix Or-thodix churches, rules for fasting
I,, who as sovereign of the
if ueenoi meumnc& -eoiony.
CaroL dressedxfn a morttuna. 'an-
tin Gonzalez are well acquainted
with the bush country.
At th etime of their escape "los
ttes Gonzalez" were armed with
two machetes whicl. had been
used clearing grass and brush a a-long
long a-long the road. All three wore hea heavy,
vy, heavy, hip-top boots.
The convicts are believed to
be striking out for the Las Cum Cum-bres
bres Cum-bres area of the Republic of Pa Panama
nama Panama police authorities have in intensified
tensified intensified their own efforts to
nab the fugitives In the border
Quintin Gonzalez was (raised in
the Las Cum bres section and is
presumed o know the wild hilly
AE three of the convicts have
been serving sentences for burgla burglary.
ry. burglary. Two of then: have additional
felony convictions against them.
Both ErnestD and Ismael Gonza Gonzalez
lez Gonzalez are also serving additional time
for previous escapes.
Francisco Rodriguez, 43, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, and Marceiino Moncado,
66, Honduran, were each fined $15
today in Balboa Magistrate Court.
Thev were both a'-'ost"' ""ar 4l,e
bus stop on Sbaler Road, An-
con. in an extreme state oi intu..t-
Vation. Both pleaded guilty to' the
vary from one archdiocese to an
other. In some cases they ro-
hibit meat or fish at any of the
hree meals, but those who are
not physically able to stand this
regime may confine their fasting
to the first and last weeks of
Episcopal and Lutheran
churches leave it up to the Indi Individual's
vidual's Individual's conscience to determine
how he will observe Lent. But.
both encourage systematic act of
self-denial. As the Episcopal book
of common prayer puts it, each
person should practice "such a
measure' of abstinence" from food
or other worldly pleasures as he
finds necessary to discipline his
appetites and "bring the body
into subjection" to the spirit.
In addition to fasting, Lent is
observed with "extraordinary acts
i" devotion." For Catholics, this
may mean more frequent attend attendance
ance attendance at Mass. For Protestants, it
is likely to mean Wednesday night
worship services, prayer groups,
and devotional reading.
What is the purpose of Lent?
At Paris Meeting
PARIS, Feb. 6-(UPD-Secreta-ry
of State John Foster Dulles con conferred
ferred conferred with President Charles de
Gaulle on world problems today
and an American spokesman later
said the French and United Slates
views are "very close" on chief
State Department spokesman
Andrew Berding told newsmen
after the 1 12 hour Dulles-De
Gaulle conversation that no deci decision
sion decision on any of the problems dis discussed
cussed discussed has been made "because
no decisions were expected to be
French diplomatic sources said
Dulles and De Gaulle had a "cor "cordial
dial "cordial conversation on all problems,
They hinted that France's stand standing
ing standing demand for a larger influence
in allied councils also had been
Reached In Harbor
Strike In New York
NEW YORK, Feb. 6 (UPI)-A
tentative agreement was reached
last night in the six-day old strke
that has tied up more than 400
i tug-boats and -other. f 8$ inJSew
.JTrOTk-arbor,Jy. i.'- w"
More than 4,000 Mrbor workers
will vote, tomorrowf on the agree agreement,
ment, agreement, reached durjlng an 11-hour
negotiations session between Local
333 of the United Jwarine division
o fthe National Maritime Union
and the Marine Toeing and Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Employers Association.
. i .i
A union spokesman said that if
the members ratify the agreement,
they will return fto work immed immediately.
iately. immediately. Federal mediator Thomas G.
Dougherty said jthe union negotia negotiators
tors negotiators had accepted an offer provid providing
ing providing a 20-cent hourly pay increase
this year and a 10-cent increase in
I960. The union had sought a $1
hourly wage package, while the
employers group had offered a 21 21-cent
cent 21-cent boost over a two-year period.
Present wages range from $1.95
an hour for deckhands to $3.11 an
hour for captain? of seagoing tugs.
Sent To Pen For Two Years
Wilford E. Brathwaite, 28, Pan Pan-amanian,
amanian, Pan-amanian, was sentenced today to
a total of two years in the Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Penitentiary by Judge Guth
rie F. Crowe in U.S. District Court
Brathwaite was sentenced to
one year fer purse-snatching. In
addition, Crewe invoked a one
year suspended sentence impos imposed
ed imposed tar burglary in January 1957,
at which time Brathwaite -had
been placed on five years probe probe-tlon.
tlon. probe-tlon. JThe purse-snatching incident oc occurred
curred occurred last Nov. 23 on Shaler Road
a short distance trom me Ancon
In all of the Lenten literature
that has been written by Catholic
and Protestant scholars, two
themes stand out: ;
1. Lent is an arinual reminder
to Christians that Jesus did not
promise his followers ease, com comfort
fort comfort or success in this life. On the
contraryt, he said that "if, any
man will come after me, let him
deny himself, and take up his
cross, and follow me." Many the theologians
ologians theologians feel that Lent's emphasis
on sacrifice and self-denial is es especially
pecially especially needed by modern Chris Christians,
tians, Christians, who live in a world that
places supreme importance on the
pursuit of happiness.
2. As a "penitential season,"
Lent stresses the Christian teach teaching
ing teaching that all men are sinners and
in need of God's mercy. This doc doctrine
trine doctrine is abhost as uncongenial to
the modern mind as the ideal of
self-denial. But the liturgical
churches believe that no man can
really comprehend the joy of
Easter, with its messaee of re
demption, until he has faced the
. a t
fact oi his own sinfukess.
US Plane Shot
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 (UPI) -. Administration
officials, prodded, by irate Congressmen, were reported
today to be preparing a stiff new demand that Russia
account for the shooting down of an unarmed American
transport by Soviet fighters last Sept. 2.
Officials said the U.S. government planned definite
steps to follow up its dramatic disclosure of evidence
which it claims proves the Russians deliberately attacked
the help ess plane in Soviet Armenia with 17 men aboard.
The U.S. evidence included a tape-recording of inter intercepted
cepted intercepted conversations among the Soviet fighter pilots who
staged the attack and articles from the Russian Air Force
journal describing such an incident.
A military burial was to take
place today at Arlington Cemete Cemetery
ry Cemetery for two unidentified victims a a-mong
mong a-mong the six bodies the Russians
acknowledged finding in the crash
and turned over to U.S. authori authorities.
ties. authorities. The Russians claim the plane
was not shot down but crashed
and burned after "violating" the
Soviet air frontier. They deny any
knowledge of the 11 airmen still
The -American Diane went down
itoryana TiBSut 103 miles 'oft its
course. The State Department .said
it had been flying between1 three
towns in Turkey in an air force
study of radio transmissions.
The U.S. also indirectly accused
Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas I.
Mikoyan of lying about the inci incident.
dent. incident. The State Department, to back
up its charges, released a tran transcript
script transcript of what it said was an in intercepted
tercepted intercepted radio conversation a
mong Soviet fighter pilots who at
tacked the C130 transobrt over
coviet Armenia near the Russian Russian-TurWoh
TurWoh Russian-TurWoh border on Sent. 2.
Te Rn"lish translation quoted
Ren rdots as saying:
Tie portion of He intercepted
"onversation dflint; with Hie
tt'?l shootinc down of the U.S.
582, I see the target, to the right.
I see the target a large One.
T am 201, I see the tareet. at
Romaeta Harris testified she was
walking along the 'sidewalk when
Brathwaite approached from the
rear, reached over her shoulder to
snatch the wallet.
Two men gave chase immedi immediately
ately immediately and the fleeing man was ap apprehended
prehended apprehended in Panama. As a result
of conflicting stories of the inci incident,
dent, incident, Brathwaite was brought be before
fore before the Panama City night court
and sentenced to six months for
He was released on Dec. 17,
1958, and returned to the Canal
Zone for questioning by Balboa po police,
lice, police, and was subsequently booked
on the purse-snatching charge.
Brathwaite, who had on two oc occasions
casions occasions been employed in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, was unemployed at the
time. He stated he had taken the
wallet because he had no money
and waS hungry.
Brathwaite also testified that he
had known Mrs. Harris for five or
six weeks before the incident, that
he had represented himself as be being
ing being in the U.S. military service,
and that be had promised Mrs.
Harris he would take her to the
Meanwhile his "consentUal" wife
and two children, who reside in the
San Miguel section of Panama,
sat nujetly in the courtroom.
A one point In his testimony,
while discussing Mrs. Harris,
Brathwaite was admonished by
Crewe to refrain from using vul vulgar
gar vulgar language In the ceurtreem,
after havlne used a vernacular
expression fer the word "an "angry."
gry." "angry." The government nroseutor, Dis District
trict District Attorney Rowland K. Hazard,
after reading the defendant's pre previous
vious previous record, recommended a
minimum sentence of three years
on the purse-snatching charge.
However, Crowe modified the sen sentence
tence sentence in view of Brathwaite'a fara
target 1 ,ttackin
You are understood.
I am attacking the target. 1
The target is a large one.
Attack attack, 218 attack.
582 Roger ... Roger ... at-
tack by four fourth
,218, are you attacking'
Yes, yes, I ...
The target is burning
The tafl assembly is falling off
582, do you see me? I am in
front of the target Look!
Oh? (. i
Look at him, he will not get
way. he is already falling.
Yes, he is faflinc, T will finish
him off, boys, I will finish him off
The target has lost control, it is
Wow fhe tarpet will fall 82 a
I'" to the ri"ht.
e tarsret h-s urnfd over
"o yon see me?. form
5"2. I see. I am
you see, it is fulling,
form uo. eo home.
Also rt lotted were photostats!
and translations of two articles-)
from Soviet Aviation, tho oW'lol
Ruian air force newapaoer,
criHno the ,"ttae''" on the.'
"nomy" and identifyina eur
Russian fighter pilots who, took
One of the articles reonrted that
n unidentified Soviet general met
the pilots after the attack and
"shook their hands warmly and
thanked them for their successful
execution of the mission."
Previous reports had said the
unarmed American plane, with 17
men aboard, had crashed after it
was intercepted by Soviet fighters
near the Turkish-Soviet border
and escorted into Soviet Armenia.
The Russians had acknowledged
finding the wreckage, but had de denied
nied denied that the plane was shot
Later, the Russians turned over
six bodies to American authorities
and said they had no information
about the other 11 men who were
liberal Leave Policy
In Effecl In Zone
For Carnival Days
Employes of the Canal organi organization
zation organization who plan to take part in
the celebration of carnival .be .between
tween .between Sunday and Wednesday may
take advantage of a liberal leave
policy wh'ch will be followed, it
the Canal during this period. :;.;,;
According to a memorandum Is Issued
sued Issued by the Panama Canal peN
sonnel director, a liberal leave
policy has been directed by Got.
W. E. Potter from Sunday through
Wednesday to permit employes of
the company.government to parti participate
cipate participate in activities in the Repub
lic. . ;
All employes whose service! CSS
be spared during this period may
be excused from their regular
work activities with the usual
charge to annual leave, the mem memorandum
orandum memorandum said, i
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THE MAIL BOX
GOOD TV MUSIC
t .m oottine ready to write a
tfn- v iuu wuulu 1 Ke to asK all others wno agree w in u u
u4 subect" Tom me in an effort to get an occasional program
.I'&S? with popular music at all times
1 de evervthing else, a varied diet 'is the most satis-
and well naiancea nium
wonal program 01 go
nf pond music. I
K'matof butheY 5 supply a needed
blt 'TotiVmo? Ktiful music, light classics, selections
from operet as. Viennese walt.es. gypsy violin Piec s-music t hat
can and does appeal to everyone who is exposed to it from time to
" UlttfH no filmed programs of this sort are available surely good rnu rnu-sir
sir rnu-sir of this type is available locally-the band at Albrook : I .am told,
is excellent Tnd Panama has many fine artists who might be willing
to ado a bit to the cultural training of Canal Zone mnRos. I am
sure .they feel we need it, especially if they ever listen to our TV
US10nth' other hand, it is possible that the only requests ever sent
in to CFN-TV ar- for the ''popular" sort of sound, so whv don't
those of us who" for something more let the program director
know about it? I'm going to write
CRITIC OFFERS IDEA: LET'S FORM A GROUP
..... .i... uak,,, in mncfrurtivp criticism as it offers a far
better assistance than does destructive criticism
New that I've expressed my personal opinion time and time
again on th existing relationship between Panamanians and zo-
nfans I feel that I'm somehow obliged to say something constructive.
As, I've pointed out, Panamanians at heart are very friendly as
. .v.i.Mino tb. fact that there are many Zonians who
share this same quality. Something ought to be done or at least
anemoted. to bring our two peoples closer together. And I m here
and now gomg to oner a suggestion, wn.tn i muc.,. "w--'
that might help to make this nation a better place to live in. for Zo Zonians
nians Zonians and Panamanians both.
it hc K.n nrnvpd manv times that strangers remain strangers
W as lone as thev wish to remain
i, the wrong idea and think that the preceding point refers to Zonians
i -tlone. It also applies to Panamanians.
1- It Is onlv natural for people of a country to be wary of foriegns
en first sight or even on second and third sight for that matter.
But it is very often true that as simple a thing as a smile from
1 ; 'either the foreigner or the inhabitant will allay some suspicious
-i' tt the beginning, and should they get toegther in a conversation the
If. Suspicions almost, if not completely, vanish, (you're beginning to see
! tb' picture ) J ..
t.jwfTOAiir mv tnooptfirn t that zonians ana Panamanians shouia
ifi? feVoi ether more often. 1 by
vitV JCtlxiS! D'y "P'" ose on military oases, ior mac aoos no gooa
'" wiateoever 1
)S.-"e'And to get together I'd like to suggest something that will re re-.
. re-. --fllTfome Zonians. and will surprise some Panamanians. A club,
i y JLnJlnter-racia; club or organization
If The idea is this: If we could get together socially and work on
functions regularly it might help to cool down some of the hatred
''..7.V between our two peoples. We would get to know each other better,
thus,1 we would eventually attain a better understanding of each
;..,; vesn't really matter what kind of club it would be whether
'oeiai, sports or otherwise-the point is to get together.
t This organization could contain hundreds of members, Panam Panam-ianiaBS
ianiaBS Panam-ianiaBS and Zonians. With the numerous activities that could take
f elect.-such as sports events, picnics, shows, dances, etcetera, we
4 Wv"?UM. inevitably be bound to know each other better and bound to
! Jt' fimmer down our hatreds.
" Admittedly, this suggestion of mine is probably too far-fetched
nfjpnntin! tnn manv lnnnhnlps if it is not entirely impossible.
I, ZSut; aurely it can offer something
who might come up with a better suggestion.
. The fact is that the further away our two peoples stray from
"--each other the more room we're allowing for hatreds to grow in.
" Bring our people together, and we smother our hatreds.
"a-As I'v? previously said, this is merely a suggestion that I wish
to be considered bv our two peoples as a means to abolish our
hatreds. It probably could never work out but we could at least
give it a trv.
I'm particularly hoping that someone will offer his oninion on
my suggestion, whether it be to condemn or assist it. But. I'd prefer
the latter for I will at least know that I've started somethine.
However, 1 should warn that if the day should ever arrive that
"""" we. Panamanians and Zo"'ans, decided to come together, it would
r require a tremendous sacrifice on both our parts.
"Preiudice, dishonesty, hatred and intolerance will have to be
cast aside before we attempt such a project. And believe me it won't
be a picnic for either of our peonies. Bu' at the end, it mieht prove
' to be a grepf project that of ending blinded and unnecessary hatred
Let's hear from you people out there now.
WRITER WOULDN mix sswitMONS WITH NEWS,
Whoever in Caribbean Forces Network harf th vision nd
the power to eet the sermons removed from the Yawn Patrol
lad he momln news rt b m" erttitude.
Could see no reann hv t,h Chanlain Corr (complete with
name sect should be permitted to enoach unon this rjro rjro-rrtm.
rrtm. rjro-rrtm. This is llht. tn-ocrmm, wH done. While peonle ere shv shv-rnr,
rnr, shv-rnr, pulliw? on their clothe. dHnklns coffee an urtrins; the
kids ft. re!dy for school, it's the kind of thing they can take
In with Ii1f nn ear.
AUo the newscasts brine to armed services Deonie n, substi substitute
tute substitute for th morn1rr newsoarjer, whVb few are able to get at
before breakfast, or hve time to read If the did.
Tt w unfHtlpf to rine sermon Into this nrogrrn. To m
It cheaDens relleion to nut. it out like this in a pecvre dei."
5f course, one cn cut off the sermon if one doesn't like It, But
who h time to tw'die Hlals Pt. that t'me of rtav?
Moreover, for a time the sermon w. snotted lust ahea' of
the 15-minute 7 o'clock newcest. ltondfiv b week stco tht
would make it. Jan. the chanlnin ran a full minnf". ma"rie
more, over hi time. The anno"ncer. nat.ura.llv, Hidr' ha"e the
tierve to cut nirr, 0ff. nd we listeners missed the first two or
three items of the States newscast.
CANNED OR LIVE
letter to me proBiau.
ui nffor at. east an occa-
- h..vi nr for
won i a w
"X"; V" A, fcr. satisfy only those
my ieuer iuuj
strangers. Now please don't get
this I don't mean attending Arm I
to the imagination of some' reader
By VICTOR RIESEL
Sixty million working Ameri-
ans soon ma nave (heir playumfl
schedules changed. In the not too
distant future, their week-end may
begin at Friday noon or their work
day may end at four o'clock just
as their folks once worked 4o six
or seven o'clock and headed for
the horse trolleys at one on Sa
The drive for the shorter work
week will be launched later this
later this month at the AFL-CIO
exmutive council mid-winter ses
sions in Puerto R co. Many of
those in the high command of la labor
bor labor today were in the bitter -and
successful campagin to put Ameri America
ca America on an eight-hour day, five-day
ween. Now they 11 move, after
many decades, for a seven-hour
day, or four-and-a-haK day week.
They are fighting for it in all
their contractsand they'll try to
make the 35-hour week Federal
law as they succeeded in doing
with the 40-hour week.
This drive will bo launched in
Puerto Rico's Carib Hilton Ho Hotel
tel Hotel after the 29-man high coun council
cil council ends a special skull se'tion
with New Deal economis Leon
Keyerling. It is expected that
the labor leadership will istue
a statement saying that new
brain machines, which run other
machines, have so speeded up
productivity that millions will be
permanently jobless by 1961.
Fewer and fewer worker will
be needed to run machines
which run machines.
The labor leaders will say that
it is the worker's skills which en enable
able enable the master machines too per per-ate
ate per-ate and that the time has come
to give workers more leisure and
make more jobs available by cut cutting
ting cutting the length of the work week.
The first step will be the fight for
the 35-hour week at 40 hour pay.
Then for 30 hours at what is now
a full week's wage.
What gives this drive more
substance than the shadowy camp campaigns
aigns campaigns of the past is the fact that
the AFL-CIO headauarters is mov moving
ing moving this time. It will be a national
coordinated push for all of labor's
60,000 locals and not just a drive
by one un on or one national per personality.
sonality. personality. There are many 35-hour and
even 32-hour contracts around in
the skilled trades. But this cam campaign
paign campaign is for all trades especially
the unskilled and the cleric ?1, the
mass of organized unionists. And
as they go, so will the rest of Am America's
erica's America's work force.
The national AFL-CIO leaders
will argue that the recession be began
gan began in, 1953 no 1957. They w ll
say that the Siumber of available
jobs has been slashed by our abili ability
ty ability to produce more swiftly. They
will point out that in most indus industries
tries industries we've swung back to the
"full production of the prosperous
years but that employment
They will say that there are now
fome 4,300,000 jobless. In 1960, the
"war babies' will be entering the
work force at the rate of 750,000
a year. By 61, the toddlers of the
early war years wili be swarming
:o at 1,200,000 yearly.
If production is "full' now
and unemployment hasn't been
wiped out, then the country can
expect seven to sight million
jobless In the next three or four
years, Mr. Keyserllng Is expect expected
ed expected to tell the nation's labor
Typical of what has happened
on this front is the development
in we united Auto workers Auto.
This union, led by Walter Reuther,
now has a full-time working mem membership
bership membership of some 850,000 to 900,
000. The peak was 1,3000,000.
The union is running in the red.
It has no cash reserve. It has
swung loans from its strike fund,
Dut these will have to be return returned
ed returned soon. The strike fund is about
to dip under $15,000,000.
Also new system of dues in increases
creases increases i being worked out on
a percentage basis. Otherwise a
union of this size couldn't func function
tion function unless employment hikes the
auto worker's membershin back
up. But from where would em employment
ployment employment come? Machines have
wiped out many types of i6bs.
To the labor chiefs of all unions.
the answer is to cut the work I
week and keep pay on a 40-hour
week basis. Thus work would b
stretched and there would be jobs
for 75.000,000 workers in the fourth
of fifth year of the Space Age.
mm Ait Ktr vest aitv i
plre, the ancien
watchtowers which were use
as signal siauoiw
sages from place to place, Just
s were the towers along the
Great Wall of China. Flags,
or lights flashed from tower to
tower, would quickly relay any
message agreed upon a a aig aig-nal
nal aig-nal in advance.
e Encyclopedia Britaaale
Walter Winchell In
MAN ABOUT TOWN J
Actress Rebecca Wells' husband
Brad Goldberg divorced her in
Mexico and married actress Shei
la Bond. They were just blessed
with a baby. The Supreme Court
has called the new merger illegal.
This makes Rebecca still Brad's
wife but Rebecca is engaged to
wed Don Weis, the director!. ..Vi ..Vivian
vian ..Vivian Blaine and songhit writer
Mack Gordon 3 nights in a row at
El Morocco and The Embers ...
L.ndsay Crosby may be the first
of the clan to quit dating show
girls. His local lass is gorgeous
Leneve Bigham, Wall Street Girl
Friday. ..Poet-play wright Archibald
MacLeish may win the Pulitzer
Pr.zes for both poetry and best
play with one work "J.B."... The
1st and 2nd novels on the best-sell,-
ci iiBLa ncic auiii u ujr jiuDaiinis.
Pasternak and Nabokov ... June
Havoc's dinner date at Louis Pe Petite
tite Petite was Cape Cod author Steve
Barry;. .Mrs." Marlon Brando; "ct "ct-tranged
tranged "ct-tranged from the star, has a new
pursuitor in international auto rac racing
ing racing champion Ronald Von Ehm Ehm-sen...
sen... Ehm-sen... Veteran band chief Don Bes Bes-tor
tor Bes-tor and his wife parted after all
those decades. ..The rumor is that
Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse fin finally
ally finally got mucilaged near Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. "Whoop-Up," which is staggering
to an early folding, was produced
by Martin and Feuer, who turned
down "The Music Man" (a smash)
to concentrate on "Whoop." A $2, $2,-000,000
000,000 $2,-000,000 mistake. ..Don't invite Carl
Sandburg and Raymond Missey
to the same Lincoln Birthday par
ty... Castro agents say Trujillo
won t last another year...Ex-Pow
ers model Elizabeth Miller is now
the chef and co-owner. of' Caeser's
Health House on the Island ...The
Blue Angel's Dorothy Loudon has
a tempting offer from "New Fac
es".. .Janet Mclvor told Absinthe
House chums she divorced produc
er h. Bromley in Mexico. His next
opus will star Herbert Marshall
in "Good Will Ambassador"
The Birdland murder was unusual
in only one respect. Someone n
a way wasn't knifed in the back.
Jayne Mansfield's literary style
fascinated mag editors. They told
her agent: "Please leave the
manuscript just the way she wrote
it" ... Fame ferments from any anywhere:
where: anywhere: Star Sidney Poit er once
was a chlcken-pluc'ker at the Wal-
They say ex-mayor Bill O'
Popular and Folkloric Music
LUCHO AZCARRAGA RECORDS
PANAMA RADIO CORP.
i. . ... .. i
Central Are. 9-13 Across from LA MERCED Church
Tels. 1-2566 2-3364
"Pwyer finally made it big via the
sale of his brother's coast ranch
...Vladimir Nabokov (he wrote the
best-aeller, "Ldiita") quits h.s Cor Cornell
nell Cornell professorship soon. He denies
being fired. ..Jack Dempsey's ill
ness, which has him worried, was
caused by an accidental butt in
the chest while referee. ng a wrest wrestling
ling wrestling match for a Boston charity.
Punctured vessels around t h e
heart. He's quit refereeing...Chic refereeing...Chic-kee
kee refereeing...Chic-kee James' real first name is Nan Nancy.
cy. Nancy. Remember, you read that
here first 1
Jockey Con Errico and his wife
(Joan Wynne, ex-Copa Girl) just
got the.r legal separation. ..Robert
Preston put back the 20 lbs. he
lost (during the run) on his 2-week
vacation from "Music Man" ...
Tinker Bell, the star N striptease,
reports sheihas her happiest bfjok
ing working for Rose La Rose's
'ideal" Burlcfsk Theater in Tole
do.. .Doris Buchwald, the colyum colyum-isf
isf colyum-isf s s.sterrand T. Kdhmi, writer',
unite March 15th ... Alex Lewyt
started his biz career making
bow ties for corpsejs. Now chiefs' a
corporation with huge gov't eon eon-tracts
tracts eon-tracts plus a vacuum cleaner fac factory.
tory. factory. ..The author of "You Can
Live To Be 100" (Dr. Raymond
Borden) is 28...Beautyware wants
Anita Ekberg to model its line oi
"Nola," the famed tune without
lyrics for 41 years, feels like she's
had a face-lift with Sunny Skylar's
wordagc.Yul TJrynner's first film
wage was $750. He will net $750, $750,-000
000 $750,-000 for his role in "Cinerama C r r-cus"...Kay
cus"...Kay r-cus"...Kay Kendall's real name is
Justine McCarthy. .The words and
music of Don Gibson's "Who
Cares?"" and "Oh, Lonesome Me"
are closer than Khrushchev and
Mikoyan... Alger Hiss has seen
"The Quare Fellow" play twice.
The theme deals with prison life
....Marsha Rivers (of the Steve
Allen show) wears a gold football
charm around her throat. It is
inscribed '84" which is gift-giver
Harland Svare's number. He's the
N.Y. G ants football ace.. .Gilbert
Millstein in the Sabbath Times:
"The susurrus of sound" ... He
means the sound of whispering.
They say Van Cliburn still gets
only $250 for some of his concerts.
Deals made before the Russians
made him world-famous ... Now
they say Mickey Rooney's bride-to-be
w ll be ..Barbara Thnmason
... Gordon MacRae has taken the
plerJg',nd gambling) while book booked
ed booked in -Vegas,- ort of tardy, isn't
it?...The Roger, Lewis' (Lisa Dan
iels) will greet the Stork. He's the
United Artists press chief.. .Cradle .Cradle-robber
robber .Cradle-robber dent: Art Ford and Vero Veronica
nica Veronica Lake s lovely daughter D are
at Renato's...The John Larkins,
he's the star of the TV series
"Edge of Night," were blessed
with a baby actress. ..Rod Steijer,
star of "Rashomon," uses actress
Claire Bloom's comb to beautify
his beard in' the Little Club mir mirrors...
rors... mirrors... Gasoline in Russia will be
perfumed with essence of rose. It
will cost about $1 per gallon.
Billy Dulles, related to the
Sec'y of State, is following London
model Willow Morel to Yurrop.
The youth's mater (who doesn't
approve) is following both. ..Mich
Nel Rennie will star in a toun
room soon, inveiv.ng the wile oi
a famed movie tMWducireciJor.
Great for the newspapers.. .A mix mixed
ed mixed marriage "that" escaped headr
lines: Garry Moore's secy Joan
Medeo to Harry Harris of the N.
Y. State Commission Against Dis Discrimination.
crimination. Discrimination. ..Sue Chandler, writing
song lyrics only two years, nas a
rood record in 'To Make a Long
Story Short" (I Love You). Al
Brown co-auth'd...A coast stripper
.bills herself: "Marilyn Mansf.eld.
the Kim Novak of Burlesk." (One
way of earning your Bread and
Debbje Reynolds dates only old
friends. Some marred couple al always
ways always chaperones. She will not
date, she. adds, "until the divorce
is final" ... Paula Hill's merger
plans with a producer have been
kicked under the rug. ..The Shift
of Iran's gift to the ladies he
dates are sets of kerchiefs em embroidered
broidered embroidered with diamonds, emer
aids, etc. ..It's a girl over at the
Wm. Rice Jrs. Pop's a reporter...
Dolores Dorn-Heft, who recently
uncoupled from Franchot Tone,
may consider it again if a battling
pair divorce .. Frank Sinatra's
daughter Nancy attends drama
class at a coast university. Plans
liunch ng her screen career next
summer.;,'Gem dealer Julie Furst
scted for cine of the owners of the
Eden Roc (Miami Beach) when he
picKea up tne Kioniesdaie diam
ond at auction. A mere $90,000 ...
Sign in a midtown barber's wind
ow: "Fidel Castrt Welcome."
Renata Tebaldb (Maria Callas'
arch rival) was' asked why she
doesn't team wltn Callas for con concerts.
certs. concerts. "God woat permit it." she
reportedly said... Vicki Kallem
heiress to a music Dublishini for
tune, decided not to marry. He is
one:, of songwriter Frank Loefw's
aiae?, eariy all the cuties in
"rMitry1 Rides Aaain"' will- mm
familiar. They were the busty
ones in "Li'l Abner"...Chas. Rob
inson of the "Tall Storv" show
gave a would-be mugger on 8th
Avenue a clop on the head that
nearly took it off,. .Gregory, mai mai-tre
tre mai-tre d' at midtown's Eden Roc,
spurned an offer to 'front', anoth another
er another place as half-partner.. .The Mon
ui snores James Aufiero and Ann
Walker, ex-Latin Q. beauty, po populated
pulated populated the Roney Plaza beach
last week... Bob Hope is sicker
man ne knows.
, WASHINGTON A. Harlem'l de-J
bonair Congressman .'Adam' Clay Clay-un
un Clay-un rowei, wno humeu to ?
vana to get into the poOigUv,
tried o buy a round or druik
the other night for a group of Fi Fidel
del Fidel Castro's oerded rebels, v j
The rebels politly dcliod, x x-plaining
plaining x-plaining that it m.gnt reflect -upon
I, took Poweli'a most ingratiat;
ing manner to persuade them lit
nally 10 accept cigars, whin
tbey tmoked at considerable fire
hazard to their beards.
NIXON NIXIS ATliTA
Vice-president Richard M. Nix Nixon
on Nixon was the mat. responsible for.
the Justice Departmen announce announcement
ment announcement that ex-Ptresident Batista
will not be granted asylum in the
As soon as Batis'a fled Cuba,
Nixon got on the phone and call called
ed called his close friend, Attorney Gen General
eral General Rogers, : to make lure Batis Batista
ta Batista was not allowed in this coun country.
try. country. Ever since he got stoned in Ve Venezuela,
nezuela, Venezuela, Nixon has realized the
danger of even giving the ap appearance
pearance appearance of American support
From now'ofl. the State de
partment will adopt the policy of
a frigid handshake for dictators
and a warm embrace for the
democratic leaders of Latin A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. OPPOSING FRIENDS
Strange bat'les take place in
the Senate. Two Senators can
tight each other argue with each
other, try to pile up votes against
eich oher and yet be the best
Two men. on opposite sides in
(he recent filibuster debate hap
pen to be clos. friends I. vndon
Johnson of Texas and Clinton
Anderson of New Mexico.
Anderson was with Johnson
when he Utter1 suffered his heart
attack at the home of his friend
George Brown m Warrenton. Vi
and it was because of Anderson's
insis ence that doctor was ti
nally summoned. Lyndon thought
he merely had a case of indiges
Anderson is also a s'rong ad
vocate of Lyndon Johnson for
president. He heMeves the Tex-n
has more qualities of leadership
than any other Democrat on the
horizon. He even, warned Lynd.vi
mat he should not get stamped
with de'ending filibusters because
it would seriously, hurt. h'i,na
tional rvliHcl cbtce.- tr
Desoite their differences on fi-
libui'ering. the two keep on be
ing good friends.
WHY MIKOYAN iMOWNED
Most mysteriol vent in the
entire visit of Soviet deputy pre premier
mier premier Anastas Mikoyan' was now
he happened to go into the office
of deouty undersecretary Doug
las Dii'jtwi all snvlea and come
out 45 minutes later all frowns,
to b'asf the State Department for
continuing the;, cold iwar.
Now- that f IlkbyaiV;is back In
t Actor, m
I He performs
1J Western '"
1 East Indian
J Greek letter:'
4 Mover's truck
5 Natural fat
T Charged atom
I Lords (ab.)
If Measure of
capacity (ab.) i.n.ii;
IV Blna 11 Charce
, 2 1 College cheer -,-,.(-.
, 22 Summer (Fr.) hrlH.
I 23 Sudanese
25 Fly aloft
i 2t Piloted
IS Ytrg oslav elty
IS At no time
48 Courtesy title
; 41 Musical
89 Make possible
58 Small candles
58 He is one of
' the newer
i rrrn rwrrrw
IT" "" ; I" "" iTl I
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nhl 1 1 r ""t
SALES SERVICE & PARTS:
Perfection Kerosene Stoves
Thor wasbers ;'.... :;"'.
Lambretta Scooters :
Dormcyer Appliances .
stenorette Dictating waenmer
Torpedo Typewritere i
Mint to Sewing ; Machines
rerpetnen Efener Changers
Mueblefia CASA SPART0N
Ne. M-109 Central Ave. Calidonla
tfoscow, : the insida s ory of what
Mipptiued can oe tolu. f
ifiirlier in h liehuung' tour.
atooyair had Ulke & various
Misinesamen about buying steel
piDe in u Uja. Kuai, de said,
would buy pipe iroin any compa
ny out aao : -for a.e, and could
iThis wa greeted
thusiasm thai Mikoyan didn't ex expect
pect expect any uiflicuhy keing ;iin ex-
port ucense.ii Uoub less he .inr.
ed thai, s.nce ousmes had in in-iluence
iluence in-iluence with the Eisenhower ad-
minis .ration, : it could Intiuenrs
the liceuses. J ;
However, the Pentagon had dif different
ferent different ideas. Bv the lime Miko
yan go. to Washington, the De Defense
fense Defense Department nad become a-
Urmed over the purchase of such
a huge Quantity as 12.000 mil
of pipe and thrown cold water on
uie aeal. y c
Thus, Mikoyan', still, all" Smiles,
called on Dillon, completely un unaware
aware unaware of Pentagon frowns. Dil Dillon
lon Dillon is the son of a Polish immi immi-gran.
gran. immi-gran. family 'which made a for fortune
tune fortune in 'Wall Sreet.. He under understands
stands understands big business but is not
subservient to big busihes?. When
Mikoyan mentioned the purchase
of pipe,. DiUon politely stid no.
The United S.ates, he added,
could not change its trade regu regulations
lations regulations on the spur of the mo moment.
Other mat ers came up: crediti
for Russian purchase of Ameri American
can American goods, res 'f ictions on Rua.
sisn furs and cribmett.-
Dillon said no credits could be
g frned until ths Soviet paid its
debts from World War irH ex ex-phined
phined ex-phined that tri f restrictions
were ppUced on Sovie erabmeat
because it was canned by slave
Dillon countered that American
inspectors might visit Russia to
check on the labor in canning
At this Mikoyan got sore.
"Spies!" he pro ested,1 "the
nited y.ates always wants 'o
send spies' to Russiat We, wiD
never allow this!"
Note Diplomats, still trying to
gauge the result of he MikoyaB1
trip, be'ieve that, despite th is
trip, believe that, despi'e th s
last-minute blow-up and despi
the nega'Jve attitude o' the State
DepartmeiuV-he may have start start-d
d start-d a ral iw in Russian-American
: It should, -be remembered thai
the Soviet press has reported the
United States wanted wrJ and
that Ajnerican industry had to
have defense orders to escape a
Mikoyan, oh the other hand,
found friendly businessmen, gen genuinely
uinely genuinely anxious to avoid War. He
also found a powerful, industrial
America, All this should have
an important effect inside the
Krem'in. 1 C 1
Answer' to Previous puzzle)
30 He is in
51 Shade tree
830 J(ca. Panama 1090 Jfa. folSti
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I, 195f X,
' THE PAR AMI AMERICAN A2I CVDZFETfBEHT DAILY REWSFAFEV
; A new industry that will produce
pleasure craft in Panama City has
been launched by Charles Aber-
mathy, a well-known local sports sports-Ban
Ban sports-Ban and dealer in sporting goods,
, Several Abernathy-built boats
. constructed of marine slvwood
have been on display this week at
tne Javier College fan. Some are
finished with proxy-glass paint,
others have been fiberglassed.
Abernathy hopes soon to be
building pleasure -boats and trail-
. era constructed entirely of fiber fiberglass.
glass. fiberglass. .
Six years ago, the. firm of Aber Abernathy,
nathy, Abernathy, S.A., opened its doors in a
small shop behind a filling station
on. Via Espana.. The stock consist consisted
ed consisted of two boats, two motors and a
mail amount of fishing tackle and
athletic equipment. There were
Later, seeing an opportunity,.
Abernathy moved to a small new
building across the street from 1
- Now the firm has the entire
floor .of the Mercedes Building
there, with offices adjoining in the
Gloriela Building. In the rear is
Abernathy' boat and trailer dig-,
Sixteen employes are required to
Later this month, Abernathy, Is
leaving for Miami to attend the
boat show there.
fle will also, while in the States, J
4sit fereraUB the factories : pro
ducing tite "boats, trailers, motors
and accessoeies lor wnicuA is a
S DNTtOifi ,Ui Secretary ct State
John Foster JuSes, on bis talks
wjtn- Brawn, leaders:
-"It ie vitally important that we
understand eeeh ether I intend to
do more listening tban talking."
1 WASHINGTON President Ei
senhower, fighting for hk bal
'I don't believe Chat we should
have higher taxes, and I do not
believe that the United States
wants higher taxes. That means
to me living within your, income
by avoiding unnecessary expenoi'
HOLLYWOOD Comedian Bob
Hope, on starting an impromptu
two-week rest in Faun Springs:
Tm just a little tired, but it's
nothing to get excited about."
SIOUX CITY, Iowa Rock V
roll singe? Frankie Avalon, sub
stituting for three fellow Stan
killed in a plane crash: m,
, fTmnot a replacement there
could be no replacement. I'm only
here to help out the troupe."
For Aviation Law
MEXICO CITY (UPI)-A Bur Burro
ro Burro has helped rewrite Mexican
It 'began when pilot Juan Ar
guelles crash-landed on a highway
in 1956, killing a burro belonging
to plaintiff Fidel Montesinos.
Oaxaca, stale and district eourts
were unable to reach a decision
after two years of handling Mon Mon-tesinos'
tesinos' Mon-tesinos' suit against Arguelles.
i When the case; reached Mexico'
s u p r etm e court yesterday, the
court ruled that. in. the future all
accidents involving aircraft would
come under tfle jurisdiction
iS5KH&221$,ln! offlcer Headquarters Company,. 1st Battle Group
5n2j'?K? LGien Wly Gadther, Caribbean Command caaxa&Sa -to chief? to
'T0 2f aBSpC5y"i' w-01H,w.?'iJIr ParUcipation in a massing of the colors ceremony at St. Luke's
, CatbedraL teffeoght mSfe. Roy Fowler gW)ean FadavoivSp JTohnnle Lathan,-Sp4 James Harris and Oliver.
- "'.-T,. (Army Pboto
Length Of Buff!
Haztrd In Cijarels
LONDON fXJPD-A British med
ical research team suggested
yesterday that the length of a
cigarette butt might have some
thing t do with lung cancer.
The researchers, trying to find
out why British smokers contract contracted
ed contracted mora1 lung cancer than Ameri American
can American smokers, measured bujtts col collected
lected collected from homes, office and
restaurant ash tray s,.,atreet and
The researchers found Brit British
ish British stubs averaged only about 25
per cent of the lendth of cigar
ettes while the Americana ones
averaged 40 per cent.
Then. too. M Mr tent ct 4mAr!.
can cigarettes were filter-tipped,
compared to 13 ner sent for flu
"Such a venr ffreat differenn
in the British and American
(smoking) habits at the present
time makes it at least possible
that the greater butt length In the
United States can account fnr
much of the relative deficiency in
its lung cancer mortality,' the
. The findings .wer retwwhut -In
the British Medical Journal.
Christian Business Men Hear
Talk By Medical Missionary
Members of' the recently form
ed Christian Business Men'i Com
mittee (CBMe-of the .Isthmus of
Panama ..beard, an address by Dr.
Paul Adolph at their second
luncheon session held yesterday in
the Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
Adolph,; medical -missionary and
author of several books. discuss
ed with the local businessmen's
m THE INCREASE!
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. t)ay by day the trrowimc population oreatei
new business and augments business already
established. 1 .
In order to help this progress grow and de develop,
velop, develop, more salesmen are needed. But these
must be good salesmen. -
. The ood salesman "sees all." He observes
closely what is going on alid what Is being done
on his zone. He must, be awar of everythinK
directly related to his 'line of work. He is con constantly
stantly constantly on the 4look-out" for new business es establishments
tablishments establishments and industries and aware of gen general
eral general changes and developments in already estab established
lished established firms.,;
The food talesman should not -just sell per personality.
sonality. personality. The good salesman sells products, the
goodV salesman checks into the local advertise advertisements
ments advertisements having to do with his products tod its
competitors, in order to offer his clients the
advantages and quality of the product he sells.
Good salesmen have It "made. But his success
2fSStcli hls attlde toward his work! Each
2K ure. saIesmen ar needed, but they must
t.,1 career wit enthusiasm, They must
appreciate the product they sell!
aSuJH world hundreds of indivi-
"tal' f T leara thoroughly to un understand
derstand understand products, the policy of their comDa-
iljr1 P andomplete this
traintog might be, he ,w ali he "on his
own," the moment to, actually, starte out into
his territory, and find out he atlll-haa much to
learn! Experience Alone can iach hlm. His uc uc-cew
cew uc-cew depends on being ahle to Jealize, that ha is
not a 'rknow all" and .haa t long way to go in
theart.of llinr. ..,JlH
Good Salesmen 'beiteV themselves.?'
Good salesmen form, part1 of the economical
growth and progress of his countrf ;
Panami, needs salesmen. : itjriwrress and
Krowth demands it!
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group ttie returns to be received
on an investment of accepting the
will of Jesus Christ in one's life.
The guest speaker, who was in introduced
troduced introduced by CBMC president F
L. Denton, is on the Isthmus this
week visitjng his doctor son at
ladelphia, Adolph is a graduate of
uie rniiaaeipnia JBiDle Institute',
Wheatoh. College in Illinois, and
the School of Medicine of the Uni University
versity University of Pennsylvania, the lat latter
ter latter with honors. He has served
some 20 years as a medical mis missionary
sionary missionary in China and for four years
was a member of the U. S. Army
Medical Corps during World War
A fellow of th AmoriVm rvi
. .uuh vur
lege of Surgeons. AdolDh also
serves as cnairman of the mis missionary
sionary missionary committee of the Chris Christian
tian Christian Medical Society which in involves
volves involves correlation and advising in
relation to medical missionary in interests
terests interests throuehnut tha
, O W TVAAVk, J IV
is the author of the recently pub published
lished published book, "Health Shall Spring
Forth." Earlier he had written
"Missionary Health Manual" and
ouigrery apeaits 10 unina.
The appreciation of the local
Erouo was pxnrpscpH tn AHniv. u
Ricardo Lay, office manager for
r, n lAuca in ranama.
Business Men's Committee on the
Isthmus Is .appMnfc f or'.aff iliatibn
with the Christian Business Men
buiQiumee international which is
composed of more than 400 simil simil-ar
ar simil-ar individual Committees- repre representing
senting representing severs! thnncstirlc f ru-:-
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Mates and other countries.
Vauxhall xported a record
numfcer of vehicles !n 1958,
with the total of 103,400
topping the 1957 Volume
by more than 25 percent.
A total of "21, 408 Victor
cars were shipped to the
U. S., compared with 4,607
a year earlier.
Canada bought 14,846
oera and trucks, compared
with 6,103 a year earlier.
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CANAItONE COLLEGE CLUB PLANS TEA
TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT TIVOLI GUEST HOUSE
Th' Canal Zone College Club will entertain at a tea tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at S:30 In the Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
'After taa is served, a fashion
:' enU of Mi Eloise Monroe. Mrs.
th musical nrorrara.
3Wrs. R.C. Stockham. chairman, Balboa 1109, and Mrs.
tawrene Chambers, Balboa 3688
Mr. i-tiek Visits
Daughter in Balboa
House guests at the home of
v Mrs.1! and ilrs. Robert Lessiak of
C Balboa include his father, Leo Lei Lei-,
, Lei-, siaclo of Bogota. N.Y., who arriv arriv-.
. arriv-. ed bfere inmid-January, and Mrs.
, Olga,'! Wtscheck of R o c h e 1 1 1
Dr. and Mrs. Johnson
Are Isthmian Visitors
Dr.! Ellsworth Johnson, radio radiologist
logist radiologist at the Winchester, Vs., Me Me-mortal
mortal Me-mortal Hospital, and Mrs. John Johnson
son Johnson arrived yesterday by plane
i They are starying at the Tivoli
Guest. House as the guests of Mr.
and IHTr Paul Bents, nd plan to
be hereabout, a, mpnP.
Balboa Weman's Club
To Meat Wednesday
Thi Balboa Woman's Club will
meetuat 9 a.m. Wednesday at the
USO-JWB in Balboa.
A feature of the meeting will be
a vi$it from a Panamanian boy
and girl, twins in whom the club
has maintained a special interest
since their" birth 12 ars ago.
Atlantis Camera Club
The Atlantis Camera Club has
announced -a change in program
plans, foe the meeting next Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Instead of .thc program' plan planned
ned planned Ibyslhe black and white Di Di-v'sioh,
v'sioh, Di-v'sioh, (he color division will pre present
sent present it tape recording on "Color
Portraiture" by Bob Speck.
The (jolor division program on
the subject oof children has been
postponed to March:
A' Aniador Tonight
A iCafriival party will be held
'' fevenjng beginning at 8:30 at
fort Amador Officers Open
at a reduced package rate
You can spend two delightful days at
Dancing In tha avaning
Shorter or longer weekends can be arranged to suit your taste.
For reservations :
In Panama City call Jungle Jim 3-1660 3-1326 night
In Cristobal 2 116 Colon 1965
074O v J7-t'M Cm. f0O uJ 10 m. mlf
show will he presented Dy stu
C.A. Bcall Jr. will be soloist for
are in charge 'of fOaerrationsv
Miss Ana Plena,; Boydc Panama
Coffee Queel. and her-court will
attend, and music '.foxc dancing
will be provided, by Lucno Arci Arci-rraga
rraga Arci-rraga and hisensemble;
Clayton Offuas Wve
Hold LunehaWi Meeting
The monthly1, lujicheon of the
Fort Clayton Officers' Wives Club
was held Tuesday at the Clayton
Officers' Club. Mrs. Richsrd Do Do-well,
well, Do-well, president, was in charge of
Hostesses (cffylccsslpn were
Mrs. A. E. Bonniwell, chairman,
Mrs. George Carter, Mrs. Miras Miras-Iaw
Iaw Miras-Iaw Moucha, Mrs. Roger Reeder.
Mrs. David Ramaey, Mrs. Merrill
Symonds and Mrs. Halsey Kloak.
A sherry hoar preceded the linv
Decorations featured a large Va Valentine
lentine Valentine fashioned of red carna carnations.
tions. carnations. A red nosegay was at each
place setting, and each member
and guest was presented an or orchid.
chid. orchid. An arrangement of a variety of
orchids was displayed by Mrs.
Carleton Shead of Quarry Heights,
who discussed the blooms and
demonstrated how corsages and
headbands are made.
Mrs. Russell Hechinger, out
going president, was presented a
gift by Mrs. Dowel. The executive
board was introduced, as was the
special guest, Mrs. Percy Lamfng,
wife of the acting post command commander.
er. commander. Other guests included Mrs.
Ted Wilkes, Mrs. Thomas Nooa
and Mrs. Ernest Knight, guests of
Mrs. Dowell; Mrs. Blaine Butters,
guest of Mrs. Jobie Dison; Mrs.
Sutherland, guest of Mrs. Bon Bonniwell;
niwell; Bonniwell; and Mrs. Shead, Mrs.
Shead, Mrs. Speiglberg, Mrs. Ruth
Ruby and Mrs. Polly Ruby, guests
of Mrs. Konvicka.
Winner of the door prize' was
Mrs. Joe Cuningham. The orchid
corsages were won by Mrs. Knight
(JaAmval ii)ssk nd
Recuperating during tha day at th aalt watar
switritning pool jjn a cool ralaxad atmoaphara
for as little as $30.00 doubla or $19.25 for ona
(includes room, buffet dinner Saturday. Break
fast, lunch and dinner Sunday, and Breakfast
host Johnny "B" invite nil
friends to join him there
YOUR COMMUNITY NETWORK
Every Friday & Saturday
from 8 1 15 to 8:45 p.m.
830 Kilocycles 1090 Kilocycles
Mrs. Ernst, Mrs. Mukermap, Mri.
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(Cc tlnued on Page 8)
Thi Rebekah Club will meet at
7:30 this evening at the Win Me Memorial
morial Memorial in Balboa. All members
arc invited to attend.
Otftvn Credit Union
A special meeting of the G-atun
Federal Credit Union to discuss
the proposed merger has been cal
led for this evening at 7 at the
Rainbow City Study Hall. All
members are urged to attend.
Khrushchev Says He
Told No Secrels
To Sen. Humphrey
MOSCOW (liPI) Premier
Nikita S. Khrushchev said yester yesterday
day yesterday he did not give Sen. Hubert
H. Humphrey (D-Minn.), any in
side information on Communist
"It is laughable to suppose that
I could have confidential relations
with a man, who boasted of his
20-year-long fight against Commu Communists,"
nists," Communists," Khrushchev said in his fi final
nal final speech before tha party con congress.
gress. congress. Anybody wno is in we wan
acquainted with Marxism Lenin
ism will understand that a con confidential
fidential confidential talk with Humphrey on
problems of tha policy of Com-
munist parties, on mutual rela relations
tions relations with our best friends, the
leaders of the Communist Party
of China, is unthinkable."
Humphrey spent eight hours in
private talk with Khrushchev.
HIGHER TRAD! IN
CLANTOTN, Ala. (UPI)-A thief
apparently did not like; the 19S4
Oldsmobile he stole from a local
Police said he abandoned It two
blocks from the used car lot, re returned
turned returned and took a 1958 Oldsmo Oldsmobile,
bile, Oldsmobile, which it still missing.
ROADWAY BULLETIN BOARD
Those familiar with the scene
behjid-the-scenes in New York
niaht clubs believe the cause of
the fight that ended in murder at
Birdiand was money wiin a capi capital
tal capital M and nothins else. If police
Sre checking into the activities of
the alleged slayer, in the mw jer jersey
sey jersey juke box racket, they'll prob probably
ably probably uncover a very important
clue... No presidential candidates
ever campaigned with more ferv fervor
or fervor than the actors and actresses
up for this year's Academy A A-wards.
wards. A-wards. The trade papers are load loaded
ed loaded with ads .reminding the voters
of their performances, press agents
in Los Angeles and Manhattan are
busy with brief special cam
paigns, and most ot tne stars
and featured players involved are
eager to go on nigmy rated tcie
vision shows to get plugs. One
wealthy young male star has spent
$30,000 of his own money in his
drive toward the Oscar.
ihere have been three minor
revolutions within the Castro forc forces
es forces in the brief period of time since
the, rebel leader took over Cuba.
If Fidel doesn't call in some brai
ny experts to help him run the
country ana keep him from mak making
ing making boo-boos, hell be out within
Dizzy Gillespie is recovering from
a violent attack of ptomaine in
Florida. He grabbed a quick
snack in an airline terminal while
waiting to board his plane and
became so seriously ill a few min minutes
utes minutes later while the aircraft was
taxiing to the runway that they
had to cart him back to terra
firms and adminiser first aid ...
Diana Dors' appearance on the
Steve Allen show Feb. 22 will con constitute
stitute constitute a condensed preview of the
night club act she plans to use in
hotels and supper clubs through throughout
out throughout the U.S....The boys at Lindy's
are gabbinc about a feud between
Latin Quarter producer Don Ar Ar-den
den Ar-den and piquant Pony Sherrell,
who's featured in the show.
They Hollywood moguls seem to
be trying to set a new record for
inappropriate casting. First tly
sign Elizabeth Taylor to play the
heroine in "Two for the Seesaw"
(the girl is supposed to be so un unattractive
attractive unattractive she has trouble getting
a date!), then they announce Aud
rey Hepburn for "Breakfast : at
Tiffany's." Marveloua actress
though i she is, Audrey isn't ever
going to play Holly Colightly as
written or even come close.
A national magazine will pro
file artist Verna Hull (a member
of the Sears Roebuck clan) with
emphasis on the way she utilized
her. insomnia to provide the hotiri
for ;a. profitable, career as a paint
er ...Davhv Raksin, whose theme
music for "Laura" started the
trend for atmospheric film scor
es, is about to embark upon a se
ries of lectures on the subject of
cinematic music at U.S.C. He ll
illustrate with excerpts from his
latest triumph, the sound track
from "Al Capone."
Talent scouts would do well to
cruise a beautiful Norwegian ac-
tress named Anna May Nilsen. To
pay lor her acting lessons at one
of the progressive schools for thes thes-pians,
pians, thes-pians, she works as a waitress at
the Stark Restaurant on 7th Ave...
Marlene Dietrich is still one of
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THE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Killgallen
the town's chief traffic-stoppers
She proved it the other day just
by waiting for an elevator in the
RCA building... Roberto Rosselli
m's filmed documentaries on In
dia are playing with some suc
cess on Italian TV, but he re
mains one of the most controver
sial figures in his native land,
with bne.bats hitting- him from
several directions. He's attempting
to answer many of the attacks
with lawsuits, the jnost recent
having been filed against the
weekly publication Epocha which
ran a series of articles on Rossel-
lini i private life as revealed by
cis onetime secretary.
Joe Layton, choreographer for
a current iversion of "On the
Town, has been dating Wisa
D'Orso, who's featured in the
show.. .A writer assigned by a
woman s magazine to do a piece
on one 01 Hollywood s biggest box
office stars is telling a horrified
tale of how her husband insisted
sne be paid on hourly fee for the
time taken by the interview
which would have amounted to
more than the scribe was getting
for his work. Hubby also decreed
he'd sit in on all interview session,
okay pictures and text, and dic
tate the theme of the article: to
wit, her forthcoming film.
News for those wh resard
"Hieh Noon" as their favorite
Western of the oast decade: Oa-
ry Cooper expects "The Hanging
Tree" to be its logical successor.
And he's managed to line up some
blue chip TV plugs to underwrite
ms nopes ...it you re cruising a a-round
round a-round downtown after dark, do
drive past the four-story build building
ing building at 14th St. and 6th Ave. It's
one of the most decorative, de delightful
lightful delightful sights in the, city all the
upstairs windows, (perhaos three
dozen) are lighted, from within,
have multi colored panes, and
look like Mondriaans.
"I could get Janet a date," a
pretty little teen-ager said f a
not-so-pretty friend,, ."but Ja Janet
net Janet wouldn't go with any boy who
would go with her.
"What. she doesn't realize is
that the cute bovi shp would
like to date aren't, any more in.
terested in dating her that she
is in dating the boys she turns
up her, nose at.".
That Is about as good an expla explanation
nation explanation as any I've ever heard of
Why some DeoDle are alwavc Invo.
r The- homely sirft latt fntri.
ted in having a date with a boy
i -.i. urn kcwi jio more m a prize prize-"
" prize-" than she does. The shy boy
isn't interested in datine a shv
girl. The newcomer who feels,
like an outsider doesn't vaht -to
be friends with other newcomers.
He wants to be a part of an es established
tablished established group.
These lonely people- dsa't re realize
alize realize that another unattractive,
or shy, or sideline sitting per.
son might be just as nice as they
They aren't willing to take a
chance, to made do with "what
they regard as second rate even
tnough they know they haven't
yet impressed other with their
And so they settle for loneli loneliness,
ness, loneliness, for staying at home, for
being on the outside looking In,
when they could join the, fun by
taking a chance on someone someone-everyone
everyone someone-everyone else has overlooked.
But how do you teach young
people that? Or teach that to
lonely people of any age?
How do you get them to see
that they re foolish, to turn up
their noses at those they could
be friends with?
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Opening lead R
Dr. Georee- TurVr r niai
Calif., sent me today's hand w.th
the comment that it seemed to
present considerable, difficulty in
their duplicate game, and that
most pairs stooped at fours
tie pointed out that either six
spades or six .hearts was a cinch
and wondered how the hand
snouid navfr' Deen hid.
I have had a lot of fun with
the hand. I wrote, the North hand
and South hand on separate pieces
of paper, and save it to various
good players to bid." Some reach
ed the slam but all found difficul difficulty
ty difficulty handling the big; two-suiter and
the bad hand with the exact two
cards needed by partner.
Eventually we did come up with
a concensus of how the hand
ought to be bid.
The two-spade opening and two
no-trump response are easy
enough. Then South should jump
to iour neans. h nas no interest
in playing the hand at no-trump
ana warns xo snow his bie two-
The jump to four hearts makes
things very easy f6r North. He
can dearly afford five-heart bid,
whereupon South should surely
continue to the slam.,
Q The bidding has been:
wesi North Est
i A Double f
You. South hni4- 1
What do you do?
A-Bid-f our spade You are
wllHnr to .mble for this rame
and also want to shut your op.
ponents out of further biddinr If
Again your partner has doubled'
an opening club bid and third
naid has bid one heart. 'This
tieij!ouhold: .'..,uiq .,
w KJM" Will
What do you do?
Why tell a
person who ha;al-
something that vou
think he made a mistake? If it
is too late for your advice to be
of any help, don't give it.
Try to make him happy about
his purchase, instead of doubtful
Gene Tucney's Son
Weds In Holland;
Will Visit US
NIJMEGEN, Holland (UPI) -former
champion Gene Tunney beamed
proudly yesterday as his son,
John Vanck Tunney; married
Maria Wilhelmina Sprengers,
daughter of a brick manufacturer.
The ceremony set this small
town1 agog. The order for flowers
was So large merchants had to
canvass neighboring towns for
every available blossom.
The wedd'ng party walked down
a red carpet rented from the city
and the bride and groom rode
away in a bis car shipped from
the United States for the oca-
sion. It was decked in flowers and
red, white and blue ribbons.
Young Tunney, 24, and Miss
Sprengers, 23, blonde and blue blue-eyed,
eyed, blue-eyed, were married in City Hall,
Later, the marriage was blessed
in the Roman Catholic Church.
The newiyweds will leave to
day for Switzerland. Later, they
will go to United States, where
Tunney is planning to complete
hit studies in international law at
the University of Virginia at
TAIPEI. Formosa (UPh Chi-
nese Communist artillery shelled
the;, Nationalist Quemoy Island
coiriplex sporadically Tuesday urn
der its announced program of nr
I 1 J , A 3
ingomy on oau-nunDereoaay,
The Nationalist Defense Ministry
said 23 shells had bee hurled at
the t Offshore islands by mid-day,
u. 1 1 ; vniun vnuKwm J
February- A hat -hefin psitnat.
ftfl fix Hnv 'VatiiU finrwtnv ,ani .iin
u wm me aay. we marga-
mac ihVWaLAUl UUJB UOUX V CI
1 - .. ..
a m uoe scouting unua on tne At
At th flrSfi a m Crrn Rnln
ice scouta om ; jroop No, 18 will
uo ui awenoaoce. aeoutroaster tor
COCO Solo Troon Nn 1R i Mr Dnn.
Id A. Green, the 11 a.m. Mar-
garita service scouts Jirom Explor
er Post No. 1, Troop No. 1 and
Cub Pack No. i win ih. in ih.
ne oiuiuu j ones, w 141am Jfnce
.A both of the services uniform-
eu acpuis wm post the colors, act
the acUyities. "A ReaJ Character"
is the humorous title -which rthe
Pastor Of tha fhii-li ..4k. 1 tft,
iheoaore E. Frintiin h..
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A sound-film iMn. 'iru...
Book" will -b shown thA-tJuW.
gariia church, during thek eve evening
ning evening Youth Fellowship service.
'The Good RnnV t. A
Bible Society film ttrjp- dealing
with, the influence of the :Bible on
amencan nistory. it is particular particularly
ly particularly aoDroDriate d 111 n 0 th a m rn i h
of February hen. the birihdays
of two outstanding American presi presi-dents
dents presi-dents are celebrated T)u rnfir.
mation class will omit its regular
meeting and unite with the Youth
Fellowship for this program.
The Women' Anvliiamr th
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church has resumed its missiona missionary
ry missionary sewing program. The: ladies
are scheduled meet Tuesday, Tuesday,-at
at Tuesday,-at 9:15 a.m. to ewia: ispecial.
project in the sea Bias Islands; f
The Upper Rawn Fello.wship-; is
the name given tae group which
met last year for aeries of mid,-
1,600 Lb. FIRESTONE TIRE ON DISPLAY AT
COLEGIO JAVIER FAIR
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A really "king she" rock grip excavator heayy duty tire la the
featured attraction in Firestone's exhibit at the Industrial.
Commercial and Electrical Fair being held at Colegio Javier
thru Friday of this week. This giant tire which weighs 1,600 lbs.,
measures 78" In diameter, has a tread width of 2 feet and a
tread depth of over 5" (as can be seen ln photo), dwarfs pas passenger
senger passenger car and commonly used truck, tractor, agricultural and
excavation machinery tires.
A few of this type tire are currently beint; used by the larger
construction companies working on the Isthmus.
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the Emerald Queen,
is formally crowned by former Queen
Marcela de Janon to reign over our 4
nights of gayetyl
Be a part of the exciting fun ef Panama's ;
unique mardi grasl Dress formal or miformal.
Three orchestras for
Clarence Martin Queen's Murga Lucho Axearraa
NO TABLE RESERVATION THIS YEARS W
guarantee a good table to everyone to all tha fun!
Adm: $2.50 (Tickets for all f nites $8.50)
wetk Lulu devotionsls. Th'
group will begin this year's series
00 Feb. 12 at.T p.m. la the tower
worn of the church, Oa each of
the Thursday, nights the psstot
will discuss one of ahe gri at dov
trine ofvthe Christiaa I sith.Tht
sessions are jjeld on an inforaMi
' IITHIU MISSION :11V
I The Bethel Mission Chuj-cfc h
Parais will hold a spedaTir.
58 graduates of the Canal Zojw".
and the Republic of Panami. ,.
xnu service wnicn will begin al
D.m. -will nrenent mn t.t..... t
ig features.; Among these win b
a sinespiration led bv rrti t.
Alvin &. Gooder The King'a Tour1
will dedicate a special number to i
the eraduates. whil unrf-oraiit-?
ate Delano H. Stewart wSi ; be
hAQfsrf m BAU Km, :
Also- nartiflioitih in th'tarutoa1
will be undergraduate DorothjT
Blades; i who Will read the1 scrip scrip-ture
ture scrip-ture lesson and poet g-sduate Ce
neveiva Mpf:lnr Ail I k
Stewart, who will bar personal
tetilnoius, Ushers" wUpte rjrsnk
Blades and, Ernesto- Stewart, -als"
graduates; An organ p?elude U
Rd bv tha nraaniat ,'Mimm 'Tjlk
Stewart will commence" the sery
ice. 'vrii--; -.'
The Daator Rev. W u ct
. WVVUB. t
Will be the nrAahsi. anH h.
lected for his theme, -"The .Vanity
BASEL. Switzerland m7T
Fiftv women hieh ohnnt
. -' 1 1101
here staged t oneday strike Tues
day ias -prhtest an all-male deei-;.
sioa denying womea the right 4ov
Vote. Thevteachers walkefl
CauSH th mm 'nf Sm)ti.4 i
voted on a referendum last week
ena against suifraee.
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Tb reeular meeting of Beta
Chnter of Beta &gma PM was
held this week i t the home of' Jean
Judge in Coco Solo. ;
nana were made tor. a cara
oarty to be held February 26, with
Terry Frailer and Joyce Cottfell
SMAXici'ARMS TALK tJS Army instructor, Sfc. Victor Reyes explains ttie parts of an Ml
Rifl 1 "students of the small arms repair course at the U.S. Army Caribbean School Fort
Gulick 'during Brig Gfen. John.C. .Monahan's visit to the school.. Monahan Js, deputy chief of
the Army Secutlty Alency. From left are Cpl. Fredenardo Clgarusta from PanamtCity, Lt.
Col ,; Arthur &. 'May, director, Armament and Automotive Department, VSARCARIB School,
Reye's1 Monahan,' and Pvt. Eduardo Barrantes Rivera from Veraguas, Panama. (Army Photo)
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Last weekend saw .the Interna Interna-tioftalBojrJ
tioftalBojrJ Interna-tioftalBojrJ Scouts of' the Canal
Zone toWtoS its-' annua? cmpore
at RstobViW City, with more than
300 boys ini leaders participating.
Cubk-,Cemmvs?!He.rr Daniel Fos
ter as") chairmart Df, th6 tamporee
committed ,and". rejpec&ve'.officet
in theartiprrdtd remarkable
iob withilit support of his. coro coro-mittpn
mittpn coro-mittpn 'tomake this eamporee. one
of thevinofet interesting in the or-J
of Robert T,.EJlis, Jorrnet presi presi-pntof
pntof presi-pntof j the s organisation, and
was so. named In accordance with
the 'unr? "policy of n-ming
these tantps afteRone of its vetr-
n 'm'niwbprs as a -token of the
nunrll's aDDreciation for outstand
ing service rendered by the indi
Thec6uncil taVes this opportuni
tv trPttank everyone who contn
hnted tn the success of this camp,
including members of the Panama
th Armed JFbrces. Other mem
hprs .the camnoree were- ths
Rev. Ft-iJohn' A. Spalding chair chairman,!
man,! chairman,! health and safety commit-
Felt In Tokyo
TOKYO (UPI) A "rather
strong" earthquake rumbled
through tie Fukushima area of
northeast Honshu last n i g h t
The tremor, wmchi registered an
intensity of thre on a scale of
seven; was felt very lightly in
Meteorological officials' said the
center' of the quake was below 'the
sea. There were- no reports sol;
-jBn.jauoissimuion qnn 'issv.-'
old a. cox, camp cmei; uisirici
Commissioner Everald B. Walker,
asst. camp chief; Scout commis commissioner:
sioner: commissioner: James Hassocks, in charge
of spiritual guidances Disk, Com Commissioner'
missioner' Commissioner' Pearl i E. 'Ford, ; Asst.
Dist., Commissioner Veftieal Laing,
Sr., Neighborhood Commissioner
Ivan RC Evering, members ot the
Matt; ana tne oequt lxecuiwe
Raymond George, -otjofficio and
Asst. Executive '.Officer In the
Camo.' V 4 1
t TheajB cafeporecsvare.beld each
year., within the-' communities in
order that the DUblie itlaV be af
forded-an opportunity to see these
boys put into practice .the -train
ing they receiye au. through the
year. This year the competition
was- keen and participation, which
is tne main nature, was com
' A number of interesting displays
were built right on the grounds
by the different troops, including
towers,' section entrances, gadgets
for the kitchen, etc. Invitations
were issued to several top govern
ment officials and to all scouting
srnuns on the Isthmus, snrt a-
mong-' those who ay ailed th?m th?m-selves
selves th?m-selves of the invitation were top
officials from thlvPani'ma', Asso Association
ciation Association of Boy Scouts. the Interna
tional Girl 'Scouts,' 4he MUchachas
nuian An Panama- and the-..Veter-
an Scouters' Association of Colon.
L Several pictures tekea.ot the ic
uviijr aif fvmg tuim ,iir inc -iiitci-
national Bureau, the' Inters meri-
can Association of -World .Scouts
and the .National Council, of the
Boy Scouts of Amefica..
Cfi'Get the one and only u"
Reachct yob fcufficaU? Sterikl
Made to tuy Actively Antl
teptic for up to 4 month in um I
Inhibit or dettroyt ALL type
. of f ermt that fall on or hold to it f
? China Hit Parade
TOKY TUPI- l(adio: Peiping
said today the top songs on Red
China's hit parade ape: v
"We Wffl-'-Not Mom TJ,S Im Imperialists
perialists Imperialists Ta Rid Roughshod
Oyer The People."; .v-'f4 V'J
VThe peopie'S-'Comimjines Are
Good." f f--
"Lonz live Mao- Wtung."
To Start Meetings
In Tent Feb. 15
With the arrival of Evangelist Q
U; Holness from the B.W.I., a se-
kiai f liir!niii mMtinhi Will De
opened for the Atlantic Side' in a
big tent to De ereciea ai. wn
Street and Bolivar Avenue, in Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. The meetings start Sunday,
Feb 15, at 7:30 p.m.
Although new to the cities Pt
Colon and Cristobal. Holness is no
t-atranger to the Republic of Pan
ama; ,v having conauctea a large
and successful evangelistic effort
on the Pacific side two years ago.
It is anticipated that many woo
heard him before will be coming
oyer: from Panama City to listen
to this man of God.
Holness hails from the Island of
Jamaica where he completed his
college training in theology. He
has had a wide evangelistic 'expe
rience, having traveled tnrougn
m an v Darts of the United States.
Recently, be completed a tour of
Puerto Rico and many of the is islands
lands islands of the B.W.I. Federation in
j A choir of more than fifty voices
will he on hand every night, and
a song service will precede tne
Holness will have as his asso
dates, Pastor G. A. Jeffries who
h been working in -the Atlantic
district for the past two years, ana
also.Ricardo Careill, a ministerial
Intent who was lately assigned to
the Bpcas del Toro District,,
fComplete announcements alrout
th program for the -flrstf week
will b,e in the hands of, the public
soon, : Meetings will, be held every
night .except on. Saturday.
serving as co-chairmen,. Proceeds
from the party will go toward the
expenses o: giru wno auena uiris-
State. "- "-
Members were reminded that
the names of rushees should be
given to Ae membership commit
te before the. February 25 meet
T)ie cultural portion of the meet meeting
ing meeting was presenied,by Jean Judge,
who reviewed the .opera 'Carmen'
in connection with the program on
'Music Into Drama and Dan Dance
ce Dance Following the closing ritual,, re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served by the
Jhostess from an attractively -decorated
To Hold Special
As a prelude to the annual unit
ed revival services, the Evangeli
cal Ministers' Council will conduct
a three-hour devotion to which all
workers are invited.
The first hour will be occupied
by the United Choir; all who de
sire to take part inerein snoum De
at the Nazarene Christian Church
in San Miguel, at 7:30 p.m. Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. ...
A welcome awaits au wno wisn
to attend an take part in the serv
ice, or serve; in any ot ine acuvi
ties of the campaign.
To Sour Trade
PARIS (UPI) The govern government
ment government lowered the AM per cent re rediscount
discount rediscount rate by a quarter of o-
per cent yesterday in a new move
aimed at stimulating investment
in France's expanding indutry.
The re-dSscount rate is the in interest
terest interest charged by the Bank of
France on loans it makes to
smaller banks.' The effect of low lowering
ering lowering the ;rate is to make avail available,
able, available, on more attractive terms,
a larger supply of capital for investment.
Car Into Prop;
CLEVELAND, Ohid (UPI) A
confused motorist who drove
through a propeller of an idling
Air Force Trans port last
night escaped unhurt, but his car
and the plane were heavily dam damaged.
aged. damaged. '
Andiew J. Bird, 70, failed to
heed several 'warning signs and
drove across runways at Cleve Cleveland's
land's Cleveland's Hopkins .Airport, r ght
through a whirling propeller of a
four-engine, C13B Hercules jet jet-prop
prop jet-prop transport waiting to take off.
Terminal, fficjals ; said Bird
kept right on driving before he
was halted by airport police. He
said he had come to the a'rport
to pick up his wife who works at
the airport terminal, but got lost.
Club Yates daesca deRanimi
Celebrate Carnival In A Big Way
Everything is In readiness
for the big Carnival dances
which will, be held at the Club
Yates de' Pesca de Panama
during the following days: Sat Saturday
urday Saturday 7th, Sunday 8th. Monday
9th and Tuesday the ldth of
February: The Club de -Yates v
Pesca de Panama is located in
front of the American Embas Embassy
sy Embassy on Avenida Balboa. Manama
City. A maghificerit orchestra
consisting jOf Panamanians and
Cubans,' were brought peciallT
f rota Cuba for this occasion and
will be in charge, of the masieaX
part of r'this ; grand Carnival
Dance. The public i lnvitd.
Air, Force officials,, caped from
WriehtfPatterson Air Force Base
at Diyton .to investigate, estimat1
ed damage to the plane at $150, $150,-000.
000. $150,-000. They said, the prooeller was
damaged and the engine burned
out. M v. v- ..
The whirling blades made "tf'x
neat slices" througn' the roof of
"I must havp4 made a wrong)
turn,' Bird admitted.
The entrance lees are as
lows :' Saturday the 7th i $2 5u i.
per 'couple, the ther sa.OOi'pefol'
?ouple For reservalion please
phone Panama J-3183. tAjdvt
'Buy y6iir film now for CARNIVAL
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Monthly payments $22.00
Tours through Europe, to the Holy
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Consult your travel agent (or (lights 1
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-T.Yj ; 'To sweethearts
C; .r"'.;'..;. . young 'ti old ,,3
ih of February
7:00 P m
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830 kliocyrclet H rift 1090 KlloeyclM
. PANAMA., "V U COLON-
special representative of
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Last Beauty Consultation
for 9 a.m. to 12 noon
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ROYAt lESTIVITIES WITH' THE ASSISTANCE OF:
H.M. LUZ MARINA ZULUAGA . .-. . ...... "Miss Universe"
H.M. MERCEDES BAQUERO . .!. . "Miss America"
H.M. MARIA EUGENIA VALVERDE "Miss Costa Rica"
H.M. MILAGRO VEGA CASTANEDA . "Sweetheart" of the
: Gentlemen-ofHhe Press from San Salvador-
' MEET THEM !! ADMIRE THEM !
SATURDAY: ROYAL C01tt)NATION BALL t
SUNDAY: 12:30 to 3:30 P.M. DANCING WITH
"CONJUNTO BAHIA" de JOSE CASTRO No Charge
SUNDAY: POLLERA NIGHTS
MONDAY: COSTUME NIGHT
TUESDAY: r COSpiE MR PANCE NIGHT
WEDNESDAY: 6:00 AJtBtJRtAL 0"F THE SARDJNE
. :t XlRES DE AZUER0"HN0S CWl
H. H. RENNES TYPICAL 'GROUP
NIGHTLY $2.00 PER PERSON ;
DISCOUNT FOR 4 NIGHTS: $6.50 PER. PERSON OKLY
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LIZZIE AND HER LEGEND
TVTHEN ACTRESS Anne Meacham got the title role Although the poem proclaim! her guilt, Lizzie wa
W in the Broadway play, "The Legend of Lizzie," tried for the 1892 double slaying of Tier father and
ihe dided to visit the icene of the crime. Tall River, stepmother and acquitted. To learn more about the
Mass., and learn more about Lizzie Borden, fcho was real Lizzie; Anne went to Fall River, She studied
immortalized in that still famous and grisly verse:
"Lizzie Borden took an ax
And gave her mother forty whacks,
Ani rVen. tlwt deed was neatly done,
She gave her father forty-one."
leal riuic wcu w xau awvci- uv bww.
newspaper clippings nd books and went through the
old house where the slaughter took place. The house,
itself, Is now the home of a family that operates the
Leary Press. After her visit to the town, Anne felt
that she had a better. understanding of Lizzie Borden.
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mings (right), doesn't have the scrjp writer to ftelp instructor, Herman Mancioh at Sun Valley, Id., rink.
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SETTING A GOOD EXAMPLE Lars and Ben, the praying oxen, take the ladies of the Utah Municipal league
for a ride in Pioneer village in Salt Lake City. Trainer Arthur Cowan puts the oxen through jtheir paces.
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VH FAKAMA AMERICA A INBEPCNDENT DAILY NYWSPAFF
Young Couple Pick Wrong Customers
In Attempt To Sell 8-Year-0ld Twins
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MILKING TRUCK This mobile milking unit ha been used experimentally In central
; Sweden Where farmt are far apart and distant from the dairy. Eight farms with a total of (95
-cows are aerviced by the truck which is modeled after units used successfully in Holland
and Germany, It's equipped with six milking machines, washing machine, water tank, water
heater and three milk tanks holding 160 gallons each. There are also two vacuum pumps,
ah electric motor and a gasoline-powered generator for farms without electric current.
HOUSTON, Tei. (UPI) -i The
24-year-old couple who told the
mother's 8-year-old boy twins to
a Doliccwomaiuafuf iuvenlie offi
cer for $300 n marked bills, was
held In Harris County jail today.
jar. v ana Mrs. cur stmion
Save bill of salt for tbe twins
i policewoman Mrs. Lanny Dixon
snd Juvenile officer Robert E.
Brumley yesterday. Tbe officers
promptly arrested the couple.
The twins were the sons of Mrs.
StlUioo, a blonde who said she
was from England.
. The Stlllions also have two
daughters, Nlncy, 4, and Tna, 8.
Mrs. Stillion said she and the
father of the twins were divorced
in England in 1953. She .then mar married
ried married Stillion while he was sta stationed
tioned stationed in England with the Air
Force, and came to this country
Tbe pot'cewoman said- she re
ceived a report that a couple was
-trying to give away some chil children
Posing as a childless couple,
Mrs. Dixon and Brumley traced
the StUlions through a description
and ,: the report that the mother
was a "foreigner."
The policewoman said th cou
ple told them they "didn't want
to go through all the trouble- of
going to court for the children
and asked ui how much money
we needed to clear out of here
and return to my husband's home
in Ftankln, Mich."
Mrs. Dixon said "we told them
Mrs. Stillion complained, "You
would think I had committed the
worst crime In the. world. 1 was
sjmpiy trying to find someone
who would adopt tne children be
couldn't take care of
PAA Jet Pilots
May Cet $33,000
WASHINGTON (UPI) Pan
American World Airways reached
agreement yesterday on a new
labor contract with the Air Line
Pilots Association (AFL-CIO),
ending Is months of negotiations.
Sources close to the negotiations
said the agreement provides top
pay of $33,000 a year for Jet pi pilots
lots pilots ii they put in 85 hours flying
time every month, i Pilots of the
Mane would average about $29, $29,-000
000 $29,-000 a year, compared to $23,000
now, these sources said.
The contract runs for 18
Military Chief Sees Need For Funds
To Put US In Forefront Of Space Age
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Aida I, who Is reigning 'over carnival festivities this week weekend
end weekend at El Panama Hilton as the Emerald Queen, smiles at Tony,
prominent local hairdresser as he sprays Jier hair with Adorn in
i last' minute touch-up. Aida I will preserve: her hairstyles
throughout the hectic activities of 1958 carnival with the aid
of invisible gelf-stylinc Adorn, which even hours after applica application
tion application holds the waves with merely running; a damp comb" through
the hair again. Aida I has had a strenuous round -of activities
as a carnival queen. -: Advt.
ERNEST K. GANN'S MIGHTIEST BEST SELLER
"TWILIGHT FOR THE GODS"
; Release TOMORROW and Sunday at
1 the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre
TWILIGHT FOR THE GODS," th story of ft violent
man and a tarnished woman trapped in a cargo of human
outcasts entangled by hates, passions and tears. .engulf .engulfed
ed .engulfed in strange and desperate adventure, starring Rock
Hudson, Cyd Charlsse, Arthur Kennedy and Lelf Erlck Erlck-son,
son, Erlck-son, Is the attraction at the ; DBIVB-IN," ; TOMORROW
ounaay. suit, f .;,.
A helicopter repair tem of .the
937th Engineer Company (A via.
tion) IAGS) has completed a 800-
mile emergency maintenance flight
to Managua, Nicaragua.
While in Managua, the team
consisting of Sgt. Charles D. Bur Bur-kett
kett Bur-kett and Sp-5 Charles F, Chapman,
assisted by the assigned crew
chief, performed an engine change
and other necessary repairs on
an 11-19 helicopter.
About five days were required
for the work, to insure that the
aircraft, flying over mountainous
and jungle terrain in support of
the Inter American Geodetic Surv Survey,
ey, Survey, satisfied all safety require requirements.
ments. requirements. The 937th, with 42 conventional
olanes and helicopters operating
in 11 countries in Central and
South America, maintains a staff
of highly skilled personnel to be
tised in aircraft repairs of this
To Reign Tonight
At Elks Dante
Queen Carol Dimpfl will re!p
with her court tonight at the Elks'
Carnivpl dance at the Elks Home
on La Boca Road, This gay affair,
which will also Include the Queens
of Panama, is scheduled to start
at p.m.' ;:-
Music for the evening Will be
Bunnlied by the "Gavlords' with
a special appearance of an addi
tional orcnestra of zo persons
who will piay from :30 to 10:30.
Scheduled for appearance between
U and 12 win be tht Johnson Boys.
Accompanying the 'queens from
Panama will be their courts and
murgas. Last-minute reservstions
mnv st'll be miie by railing Wint
at BaiDoa xne pumic is invit invit-ed.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Armv
Missile Chief Brig. Gen. John A.
Barclay said yesterday he ad administration
ministration administration has refused him funds
for projects which would put ihe
United States in its "riehtful
place" in apace exploration within'
a few years.
Barclay told the House Space
Committee he has a number of
proposed projects which would
put more push behind the nation's
space race with Russia.
The chief of the Army Missile
Agency was the third top mili military:
tary: military: apace commander in three
days to tell the committee that
more money was needed to help
the United States outstrip Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. Air Force and Navy com commanders
manders commanders made similar statements.
.. Three other defense officials put
a i rosier hue on the military
Dr. Herbert T. York, nominat
ed to head the Defense Depart Department's
ment's Department's Defense Research and
Development Program, told the
Senate Armed Services Committee
he believed the United States was
only about a year behind Russia
in .missile development instead, of
we nve years reponea oj Array
missile expert Dr. Wernher von
Before the House Armed Serv
ices Committee, Gen. Nathan F.
Twining, chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, denied that a lack
of funds has prevented the Strate-
ic Air command from keep keep-ig
ig keep-ig its planes on a continuous
He said SAC bombers were not
in the air because there was do
military need for it. not because
of a shortage of money.
Sen. Thomas S. Power. SAC
commander, told the Senate Space
Committee recently that he would
liKe to keep some of his bombers
on airborne alert at adi times.
Army Secretary Wilber M.
appearing with Barclay
e House Space Commit-
MARDI GRAS FAN
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Jon
Wood, 18, must have wanted to
he Mardi Gras in the worst
made the 1,000 mile trip
here from his home la Brookfleia,
Wis., by bicycle. It took him
three weeks and cost f 16.
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tee, disagreed with a Navy charae
that bureaucracy was delaying
Referring to DroDosaU that a
single space agency be set up.
Brucker said it was too early to
talk about reorganization.
Barclay recalled testimony hv
National Space Administration of officials
ficials officials that more money lor space
projects would merely help guar
antee projects already underway.
He agreed mere are "many things
we could do" that would enable
the apace rogram to proceed
"with greitr assurance."
But he also said that if other
projects for which he has not been
able to obtain funds were pur
sued, the United States would
reach "in a few years our right
fui place" in apace exploration.
He did not laborate on what
projects he had in mind.
York conceded he wss in some
disagreement with Von Braun,
who has said die United States
was five years behind the Soviets
and at the present rate of prog progress
ress progress would not i catch up in an an-.the
.the an-.the five years
"There are ways you could
slice it so it would look that
way," York said, "but I don't
quite agree with Dr. von Braun.
I think we are about a year be behindit
hindit behindit sould be eifihteen months
and that we are catching up.",
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GIANT IN ftEPOSE A huge 85-foot-long Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile is moved
into position on' its handling trailer at Cap Canaveral, Fla. The missile is ready to be el-;
vated onto the. launching platform. Prior to firing, it will be fueled, serviced from the gantry
structure, left. This is the type of missile which the Air Force has placed into orbit.
Blood Clot Behind Bob Hope!s Eye
Flashes Amber Light On long Career
CofC In Jordan
To Build Hotel
AMMAN, Jordan (UPI) The
Chamber of Commerce in th
Jordanian sector of Jerusalem has
asked the State Development
Board to encourage the Hilton
hotel chain to build a deluxe 850
room hotel in the sector.
A development board spokes spokesman
man spokesman earlier this week denied re
ports the Hilton chain had ex
presiea wuungnest to bUMd a
large hotel provided the agency
extended a a-millidh-dollar loan,
TAKYQ (UPI) Communist
Party chief Mao Tse-tung and
other ranking Red Chinese lead leaders
ers leaders held reception in Pelting
yesterdsy for military planners,
radio Peiping announced. The
mu-tary men Were attending six
conferences in the Red Chinese
Legislator To Duel
SALTA,, Argentina (UPI) A
male member of the Salta Pro
vinciai Legislature challenged a
female member to a duel yester
Alberto Flores sent his seconds
to Teresa Mezquide because she
allegedly offended bis hi nor dur
Ing a heated debate.
He is s member of the ruling
Intransigent Radical Party. She
belongs to the opposition Federal
It was the first time a man had
challenged a woman to a duel in
Argentine history, although there
nave been some cases of women
HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-Bob Hope
who became one of the nation s
top comedians more than two
decades ago and has been going
full speed ever, since, said yester
day stow down or face the loss of
the lelt eye'-
Hope, at 55, is concerned about
his health for the first time in
his life. He has always ucea
proud of the fact that he never
had been sick a single day. But
he said time was catching up with
"It's a blood clot behind my
eye," he explained.
"If 1 move around too much or
work long hoirs the pressure
builds up and makes me dizzy
While I was filming my TV show
this week I felt a little faint, and
before some of the guys could get
me outside I fell to my knees.
They finally wound up carrying
me to a couch.
"1 really felt bad about cancel cancelling
ling cancelling ray benefit aDDearance for
the Miami Variety Club this week
end, but my doctor said the
pressure in the plane would make
Since breaking into movies 21
years ago, the lantern-jawed com
ic has been rushing through his
career with the energy of a dozen
, During- that me-ke has Smade
more than 30 movies hundreds of
television shows, appeared in un
counted benefit perfornrwees,
starred in a weekly radio series,
a daily series, and traveled
abroad more times than he can
count to entertain A meri can
servicemen, including eight recent
He has covered 2 m l ion m es
entertaining 10 million troops.
t,ast December on a 13-day tour
of Europe. Bob's health faltered
for the first time.
Though he was sick. Rapid
Robert insisted on going through
with his performance for gi s,
frequently in blustering rain and
freezing temperatures. He re
turned to Hollywood exhausted
and with the blood clot in his
iBob ignored his doctors snd
plunged ahead with three benefits
and his latest TV show which
proved to be too great a strain,
"I'm listening to. those docs
now," he grinned.
PA.nON P' ,MH PRISONERS
MANILA (UPI) Philippines
Pre-iripnt rHo! p OirHi nar-
doned six blind prisoners Tuesday
in connection with observance of
aid to the blind and other physl
cally handicapped week."
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Roberts 2 Homers
Henley Robs Hector Lopez
Of Homer With Great Catch
With the 1958-59 Panama Professional Base Baseball
ball Baseball season now history, attention was focused today
on the 11th Caribbean Series which gets underway
in Caracas, Venezuela next Tuesday.
Last night the last-place Cerveza Balboa Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men edged the champion Kings 7-6 in a thriller that
was the last contest of the ;2--s ame campaign.
Jfce Series will get started with
Puerto Rico s Santurce team play play-Ins
Ins play-Ins Cuha's Almendares club. In
the nightcap. the Kings will en
crooa VonsTiipls which is still hold
ing its final series to decide the
team that will represent mu
The rest of the Series schedule
Feb. 11 Cuba vs. Panama;
Puerto Rico vs. Venezuela.
Feb. 12 Puerto Rico vs. Pan Panama;
ama; Panama; Venezuela vs. Cuba. i
Feb. 13 Cuba vs. Puerto Ri Rico;
co; Rico; Panama vs. Venezuela.
Feb. 14 Panama vs. Cuba;
Veneiuela vs. Puerto Rico.
Feb. 15 Panama vs. Puerto
Rico; Cuba vs. Venezuela.
The first game each evening will
begin at 5:30, Panama time.
The Panama team is scheduled
to leave Tocumen airport at 7 o' o'clock
clock o'clock Monday morning.
, Last night David Roberts hit
two homers to drive in three
runt end spirit the Beermen to
victory. At the same time he
arned himself a one-third cut of
the $100 priie offered to the
player hitting most roundtrip roundtrip-pers
pers roundtrip-pers for the season.
Roberts finished in a tie with the
Smokers' Bill Gabler and team teammate
mate teammate Hector Lopez, who all had a
total of nine.
Lopez was robbed of the chance
of taking homer honors all by him himself
self himself when outfielder Gail Henley
made an unbelievable catch of a
drive that had appeared to clear
the centerfield fence in the seventh
Clyde Parris, for Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Pumpsie Green, for the
Kings, also smacked fourmasters.
Justo Hudson, who relieved start starter
er starter Anselmo Correa in the fourth,
picked up his first win against no
Mamavila Osorio, the third or
four King hurlers, was charged
with his third setback which made
FINAL PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Teams K M CV CB W L Pet. 0B
Kings x 8 6 9 23 13 ; .639
Marlboro 4 x 7 8 19 17 .528 4
Carta Vieja ....6 5 x 5 A6 Wl"m k
Cerveza Balboa 3 4 7 x 14 22 J389 9s
Totals ...13 17 20 22 72 72
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium: Cerveza $iiJtwaGtigs, 6
In an interesting game played
yesterday between the Ocelots
and the Pencos.'the Ocelots came
out victorious to regain their first
Should the Macaws come out on
top today against the Palbmas the
positions will be again in a dead
lock between theVlacaws and the
Palomas defented the Oce Ocelots
lots Ocelots in a game which was full of
arguments last Tuesday.
Bobby Fortune who struck out
15 of the Pumas men last Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, pitched for the Macaws,
while Bobby Brandon- took the
mound for the: Palomas.
In yesterday's game Roy Bettis,
star pitcher for the Ocelots, struc
out 11 and allowed two hits (both
by Pete Borgcr). It was a pitch pitcher's
er's pitcher's duel between Boy and John
Marcum, who gave up four hits
Both pitchers were effective with
curve and excellent control.
Ocelots, champions of last
year's league, won yesterday in
the first inning with two mn3.
Louis French got to first on balls,
a single by Don Rudy, and a
double by Warden French and a
wild pitch by Mtciis tallied the
In the third inning Warden
French was walked and Gary An Anderson
derson Anderson connected a homerun over
center field thereby sealing Oce Ocelots'
lots' Ocelots' sixth victory in eight games.
Samuel Rodriguez who was
walked stole second and later got
to third base on a bad throw Dy
catcher Dubbs and then scored on
Tete Berger's hit.
Samuel Rodriguez, Pericos short
top was the star of the day. Sam
came up with a double play unas unassisted,
sisted, unassisted, caught a fly from Rudy's
bat around rightfield, and later
caught a hot roller from the bat
of K. Anderson with great ease.
Bobby Bowen (second base)
and Bobby Chandler (third base)
lso earned their share for the Pe Pe-ricon.
his record even.
Dick Donnelly started for the
losers and was followed to the
mound by Pete Mesa, Osorio
and Dick Luebke, who finished tbe
Cash awards of $100 each lead
ers in five departments were dlS'"
tnbuted in the following order:
Leading hitter: Les Peden,
Kings, who bad a .390 batting av average
erage average for new leaguemark.
Most JRBTi: Lopez,' Cerveza
Balboa, witR -35.
Most homers: Roberts and Lo Lopez,
pez, Lopez, Cerveza "Balboar and Gabler,
Smokers,, deadlocked with nine
each. ,: i .-
Hurler with best won-lost per percentages.
centages. percentages. Luebke, Kings, who com compiled
piled compiled a 10-ljinark.
L o w e' s t earned-run-average:
Humberto Robinson, Smokers,
with 2.68. ..
TWO-TON TONY GALENTO
Two ton Tony Galento, often
called the "beer barrell" and
"nightstick," was a roly poly
heavyweight fighter with a big
heart and .nunrh rn matcn.."iie
built urf good, knockout fecprd
uiai gui mm a ujjjic xigm wiui 'w
Tiiiic in 1MQ anri had .Ine on the
rWlt hpfnrp Txiuis knocked him
out in four. Later he knocked out
Lou Nova but was flatten I Dy
Max Baer, then Buddy Baer in
his next two bouts. G a 1 e nto
turned wrestler after World War
II and grappled .anything from
alligators and snakes to straight
Whatpvpr hnnnpnpd to Tnnv
Halpntn .Now 49. Tnnv lives in
Orange, N. j., still refereees
wrestling matches and has occa occasional
sional occasional movie parts.
Standing of the. Teams
W L Pet
6 2 .750
Palomas vs Macaws
Ocelots, Pericos 1
R. Bowman, b. ;
John Marcupi p
Dick Ness c -i
S. Rodriguez ss
R. Chandler 3b
Pete Berger cf
J. Rodriguez lb
Ch. Cross If
L French 2b
Don Rudy cf
W. French .ss
G. Andersop lb
Roy Bettis p
Tim Albritton If
C. Moses rf
Ab R H Po A
v3 .0 0 0
"3 v 0
1 1 0
33 1 2 It 10,
2 0 0 0
3 0 0 0
0 3 0
24 4 4 21 5
Score by Innings:
Pericos 0000 001 2
Ocelots 2020 00x-4 4 1
Earned runs: Ocelots 4. Errors:
Bowen, Ness,. 'SI Rodriguez.
Chandler, Dubbs. Left on bases
Pericos 2, Ocelots 6. Homerun:
Gary Anderson. Doubles: W.
French, Berger. RBI: Berger, W.
French, Gary Anderson 2. Stolen
bases: S. Rodriguez, W, .French.
iMmijifjiiay: jwariguez ouias
sisted). Strikeouts: Bettis 11. Mar
cum 3. Bases on balls: Bettis 2,
Marcum 4. Wild pitch; Marcum 1.
W.:' Bettis, L: Marcum. Umpires.
Andres Alonso, Eddie Corrigan,
Scorer: C. A. Palomo. Time of
jama: 1:39. y
Lopez, 2b .
Osorio P., If
Hay, rf .
Ab R H Po A
.5 0 2 1 5
.5 2 2 12 1
. 4 0 0 2 1
.10 0 10
.2 0 0 3 1
37 7 10 27 11
.5 0 0 0 2
.4 2 3 2 3
5 0 0
. 4 1 'i .7 0
. 4 o o ;,9 0
. 4 1 3-0 3
. 4 0 5 0
. 0 0 0 0 0
.1 0 0 0 1
.10 1 0 0
.0 0 0 0 0
. i o'o o 0
36 6 10-27 3
Henley, cf .
Hunt If .
.Peden, c 4
Osorio E., lb
Heron, 3b .
Mesa, p 1
Osorin A n.
Luebke, p 1
Peterkin singled for Mesa in 4th.
Score By Innings
C. Balboa 001 312 0007 10
Kings 000 411 000- 10 0
SUMMARY Error: Moore
Runs batted in: Roberts 3, Kell Kellman,
man, Kellman, Moore 2, Henley, Peden 2,
Parris, Green, A. Osorio. Twffbase
hits: Moore, Grenald, Heron 2;
Green. Home runs: Roberts 2, Par
ris, Green. DouDiepiaj: .tiay,
Moore. Stolen Sbdjie: Keuman;
Earned runv KlngSiiS,' Cerveza
Balboa 7. Sacrifice- Jiitsi A.' Oso Osorio.
rio. Osorio. Wild pitch: CoSrea, Passed
ball: Kellman. Strtftk out by:
Donnelly 3. A. Osoritf 1. Hudson 3,
Luebke 2. Base on balls off : Don
nelly 1, Mesa 1, Correa 2, Hudson
1. Left on base:, Cerveza Balboa
5, Kings 6. Pitchers record Don Donnelly
nelly Donnelly o runs, i hit lb ;.-3: iritfing;
Correa 4 runs, 4 hits in 3 inninss
(Pitched to 6 hatters in 4th); Me Mesa
sa Mesa 4 runs, 5 hits in 2 innings; A.
Osorio, 3 runs, 4 hits in 2 innings.
Winning pitcher-: Hudson (1-0).
Losing pitcher: A. Osorio 3-3. Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: Williams. Hinds, Harrelson.
Attendance: 1,023. Time of game:
. 2 J
if.- Fr.w. '.-i?r-
Canada Dry t
Boyd Brothers 7 V. F .W. 6
Up to the last inning, V.F.W.
was leading Boyd Brothers by a
6-1 one score. Boyd Brothers
counted with one run in the fourth
which came in by a sacrifice made
by Thomas Arnold.
In the sixth, the "Sorrow in inning
ning inning for V.F.W.", Turner opened
with a two base hit, Arnold follow
ed with a single and Manning
walked to fill the bases. Charlie
Parker walloped a doable to bring
in three runs, Mac Lane singled,
Dejernette walked and Dick Bacot
aouDiea lor i exsra runs.
The losers scored one in the
tlrst, two runs in the third, all bat batted
ted batted in by Juan Vecchione's
double. Again in the fourth Doug
Fulop batted fn two more runs to
give his team a good lead, which
unfortunately lost td 'the power powerful
ful powerful bats of Boyd Brothers.
Ralph Frangioni, V.F.W. pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, pitched a good game until the
sixth, when he was reliefed by
Butch "Speedy" Zent." Frangioni
allowed five runs, struck out five
and gave away five hits. Zent ill ill-lowed
lowed ill-lowed 3 runs and 2 hit!
Dick Bacot pitc&etj all' the- Way
for the winners, "this --being his
fifth victory against fno loss'., He
struck out five,.! walked' 4f and al allowed
lowed allowed 6 hits. : ',-,
The box scored
Ab R H
3 0 1
3 0 0
2 2 1
s i --i
3 1 1
3 1 1
Ab R H
1 1 d
3 1 0
4 2 3
4 0' 31
4 1 ,0
1 0 1
2 0 U
0 0 0
3 0 .0
Arnold B, 3b
Arnold T. c
Manning cf f,
Mac Lane 2b
Miller rf-lf vf
Fulop -D. 3bsV -1
Vecchione X ef-lf
TO FIGHT SCORTICHINI
NEW YORK UPI) Undefeat Undefeated
ed Undefeated Gene (Ace) Armstrong of
Elizabeth, N. J., will meet Italo
Scortichini, middleweight cham champion
pion champion of Italy, in a 10-rounder at
Madison Square Garden, Feb. 27.
AWARD CAMPBELL TROPHY
LONDON (UPI) The Royal
Automobile Club has awarded
British racing driver Stirling
Moss the Sir Malcolm Campbell
Memorial Trophy for the second
straight year. Moss' winning per performances
formances performances in 1958 included the
Dutch, Portuguese and Moroccan
grand prix events and the Argen
tine grana prix.
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GAMBOA SHARKS Seven Gamboa tiger sharks of the 9 and
swimming for Gamboa in tbe medley relay and free style relay events of the 7th annual Gamboa
Civic -Council Swim Meet Sunday, March 1 at 3 p.-m.- (Back row left toJtftgM) 'Roger Hamelton,
Drew rMarczak James Hudgins.-(Front row) Ray Shuey, David Spier Danny Glass,' and Jimmy
Jenner. -..,...... ..
Jim Landis Quickly
By MILTON RICHMAN
was a mistke.
Feb. 6 (UPI)
Landis thought it
Msybe the White Sox made
some kind of clerical error and
had sent him the wrong contract.
But ho, there was' his name
"James H. Landis" neatly typed
in the proper place.
The 24-year-old outfielder took
another look at the salarv figure
the club offered. Wow! It seemed
almost too good to be true.
Landis quickly got hold of a
pen and signed the contract which
called for an : estimated $3',000
raise; Then? he' wrote "a letter to
vicefpresidenf Charles Cdmiskey.
in the letter, he said the raise
was so "substantial" that he
simply couldn't express his ap appreciation
preciation appreciation on paper.
Brother, they just don't write
letters like that any more. And
the White Sox were so proud of
this, one that they tdld the press
abApt ii. ' '
Laftdisi was instrumental iri help
ing the White Sbx finish: seeing
mai acasuii dllCL luey guv UI .10 a
horrible start. Battihf a sickly
.184 in early June, Landis went on
a batting spree that carried him'
to .300 by the middle of July. He
finished with .277, driving in 64
runs and hitting 15; homers.
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Along with Landis, rookie pitoh pitoh-er
er pitoh-er Dick Mcllwain also' agreed to
terms with the Wh:te Sox.' That
makes it 25 down and 14, more to
go for the club.
Across town in Chicago, the Cubs
were mighty proud, too, abdiit be becoming
coming becoming the first, National Lea gue
club io have all players sighed."
The Cubs accomplished the task
by getting pitcher Dave Hillmgn
to. agree to terms. Hillman had.a
4-8 record last year, but his 3.14
earned run average was the low lowest
est lowest among cub starters.
Detroit reported half of Ks play players
ers players signed with the receipt of cmh;
tricts from catcher Lou Berberet"
Shd' pitcher Herm Wehjneier. Ber Berberet
beret Berberet was obtained "from- lJbSfon
in a December deal. Wehmeier,
who had a 1-0 record wi' h the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers last season, reported his arm
felt good again following on off offseason
season offseason operation.
Kansas City signed" four of its
players and nov has 20 under con contract.
tract. contract. The fouf1 'Who signed 1 were-1
outfielder Dick W'lliams and Rook Rookies
ies Rookies Lou Klimchock,1 Kdn Johtisotf
,an4 George Brunet. '
, watch Klimchockl He .$WM
develop Wd 'bne of the best see'
ond basemen in ,,th American
Leaguei He batted .389 t Poca:
tello and had 25 hornets. Thes
eft-handed hitting rookie played'
two games for the A's In Sp-
US CENTRAL AyjE. C0RNERK STREET
announces the arrival drthe.r
recorder Bell & Hotvell tape recon
20 off list
10-vear old nei prmin' whn witl.hp
terriber and socked a. home run
in one of them. .:
The San" Francisco Gia Ms sign
ed pitchers Curt Barclay and
John FitzgeYald, Jafielder Ben Vv. Vv.-lenzuelg
lenzuelg Vv.-lenzuelg andVatcher Roger Me Me-Cardell"
Cardell" Me-Cardell" Those four give the Giants
a cotarof 29 (bey don't have to
Mj'rty 'ifibuf. ""f "' '
"Catdne'r''Jim Hegan, second base baseman
man baseman Bobby l(Yp,ung and pitcher
Don Efickson a;l). signed with the
Phillies, who Have satisfied a to total
tal total of 24, while the Red Sox an announced
nounced announced the signing of eatcner Joe
Theis and pitcher Arnold Barley,
a pair; of rookies who will go to
spring itraihiftg with the club;
There; was no word from either
Mik6j1Man!tle!Br' WhiteV Ford;
but the'Yankees did Sign catchers
Darrell Johnson and John Blanch Blanch-ard.
ard. Blanch-ard. So far, ; the, world hamps
have signed only 10 placers. y
DEFENDS WAtK TITLE
NEWT; .YORK? HUP1) Job n
Hiimcke of -Nevi York will defend
iHia bnmile walk title in the US!
indoor track and field chamDkm
's-liibl in. Madisbn ,Su,are!, 'Gatden
"b. 21, Humcke-wh snWeeyeo:
th. retired Henry .Laskatt tas .the
country's leadins eomoetitof Jin
the event,' Wdrf the waW last eii'i
in 6 minutes 3.5 seconds.
BALBOA-MIXEtJ LEAGUE r
Teams Won Lett
Canada Dry Jfi Spota -r 17 .... 33
Crfhi' Mucin is i
Camel Winston,. Sakm. H 36
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer .42 .38"
Pjf per Mate Pens
Ideal Bread 4 w
Leading a,veraes: Men). Alva
rado 177. .Nickisher 172. Castro
171. (Ladies) Hud,-153," Metzger
150, Flores.lJV, T :" '
With olny two Tiuire nignts to' to
io aeciae tne. first pan champions,
the Balboa'' wxe;Lea'gtt'''ftndi it itself
self itself in mad" scramble With only
seven Points separating the first
Picking a winner !ma jbe like
picking the winning ? :niftnber In
text week's lottery. Two hot
nights in the next two. weeks,
could olabe the wued -on toot and
a cold streak could tumble tbe
top team' several notches. ..&
Ebonite 5 Canada Dry 1
The Ebonites although lodged se
curely hr the basement had' vrw
fears in taking' o'n the mighty Can
ada Dry -Hf Soots. Albtough they
fwere getting' 92 pibs Mndicap. the
Ebonites Bid not dip intottus "w
serve m the first game, because
they beaffthe soft drinks fcir
ncratch hasfoi'W n y. '!
. Tit fia miAMar eftttnnn thm. Pan.
same and chalked it up as a win
Tn. th rlimav at me thic'TChnnite
used their bandicao to an advW
tage and won by six ticks. This
meant that the Ebonites, scored
their most impressive victory of
the scenery with j533. na 42J,-taicpj
Tex Ritter; was aaother aner
r i .. f i 1. J ll. B1A
Maie ren in uiere wun oiv
Turco Products, J PbsT Blu
. '..Ribbon Br if, -.r-.v-i"
vThe "Turc.tt, P,fodi6cts, the ionly.
team tJaa.t,Bs, not been shUtout fof
20 weeks, of bowlin?. ifept, theis
record Intact by vppltrt? fl"iji hrti
year cnamps.tjafiStHttW. Kiippfn,
Beer. The, Beejsv&rQ)?,tnu,,the
winner's circle, .in the opener by.
two maples, by lost the, second by 1
100, ... .. .. i .,
The Pabst rallied, and topped, the
Turco Sultaps. jri tfc finale by;. 25
pins and settled fop staje' plate.
"Yo Yo" Ortiz and, Bi' Njekisbr
er had good .niabts .Wtbn523..and
543 scratch;,,tos.,,tb tcos, .and
their playmates Rospifhckishey
officer-Ljoji Cajsifre kioked in.;iwitb
50 hdep. For, thft tiPabsts jSHds,
Blackie "Albrook" Miller tallied
501 scratch with Mimi Carter's
510, Harry Roiise's 537 nd, D
C rt ers followed ,iri 4batHrder, -'Bass
Shos 1 fascfwl eoklet
.' Fresh frbm.their 4.4o,0.iriiHIw
over Canada bfy,,lit -week ,.tb,
Bass Shoes HopedA andiidroptMid
three to the ninth tftHJePasctiaW
Cookies. The Pastry and Cooktes
(tweetened theiraopetite on kae8
1 una 2, ny naving rour ouu nuci
Mimi Smith bettered her jkv?:
age With 583. tlolph, Dietrich- 520,
Bob Blape'y,"!575 nod. their big boy
Joe Bieber, 526. Don McGuire va
the best scratcb, .bowler of. the
match with' 526-.or Bass, his nau nautical
tical nautical little woman Betty, -tabbed
547 scratch. -and Glaus" Kleisch
man, sore thumb and alL collected
Pan Ideal Bayd, BretherS jl V-
The Paham'-BakerT-of Pan Pan-Ideal
Ideal Pan-Ideal opened the hostilities by pinf
nin? back jthe Bpyd.Brpthrs im
Sisters by 1 1lab4eTbe reJ
wraooed the next one by 66. but
he Boyd Brother Insurance Solici Solicitors
tors Solicitors found, the cprrect.iwlics i in
the nightcap to Jnsure taenia win
by 19 sticks. v; -,.- '-
Nine of the ten keelers on tne.
boards, joined .the 500 .fraternity,
Pan Ideal: Al. Barnes 5U, Doris
Barnes .516, Jim, ,Reo!i .554, Wit Wit-Freund
Freund Wit-Freund 534 and Karl, Freimd M7,
Bovd Brother? :Pi'l' Krst, 504,.
Nita Kxrst 580, MeL LeidnBr,534,
and ErtrBates 5J2isv.it
Dillon Hiekmn,l Camel Winston
:, .-' Salem V y;T .,"
With Lee Qloht7, firing off a 543
scratch setv the DiBo. Hickman
Contractors built fjwmaelyes- clos-.
er to the top by trouncing the five
packs of Camel r Winston Salem
Glenn "Miller" McNall was an an-other
other an-other stalwwt in the Dillon Hick Hickman
man Hickman ranks ,with a 571 hdep, and'
his sister Shirley Cavanaugh toss
ed a 500 series to complete .the
Job of. winning three points. Ohly Ohly-in
in Ohly-in the nightoan were the tri-name
cigarettes on; the ball with a win.
Jesse Pat with 533, Jerry Hill
540 and his life partner Ann. with
hen. 504 helped to salvage one
point. The DH keglers are now on only
ly only one half point from th too ind
next vweek they take on the bif
temv .Canada Dry, In a' crucial
aeries,-' : i
Credit Mytlc 3 ftp Matri
' Pans 1 V.;.;A'
; Lurking in' the background of
third place, the Grecha Music
Store is eager to pounce on the
top pedestal should either Cana4
J Dry or Dillon Hickman faHer-
me brechai are only one point
out as a -mutt of their 3 to 1 con conquest
quest conquest of the Paper Mate Pens.'
Even in (ha ramt the Grechas
3 Mr V
Til? 9 I I -aOMBeT' t
V? f! tiu
Fonr of-tije fivt Grechfa: scored A
500 scratch series- with r."-
uuay conaucune a nut : ..,.r
W,pf;543, ana 618 hdep. kCdxX
. .c"tc o" Glud,-with 52a i t
and.. Rudy 507.
Inthe nightcap Lou Glud tabbtg
a 511 singleton and hi hn i.aZH
Helen sported, an honor game and
f j wugn ,witb Kant; i
Alvirad-adduig 539 scratch' M,
hu pinfall: Mildred NU, ...
..,c, uie women;gnH
iwvii iu circuu. int Mrtr- h
ARNAV L)AGU1 OF KOBltln
El. Bandittos .
Rebels .. ;.
Mix Masters ,,
if' Wert Loatu
..42V4 25W ii.
...' Si 31
.."2 ji 4ffnnnM
. v.'.' 27 41, 1 oit
anty .Pint- 1
- ..The SJeepersere wld twaltt
in elapping the league-Jeaderjv
Safety Pins for thr. nin Tiw(w
nly .time the Safety- Pins gaiiB(fr
m, ucou iot me nignts "work wairf"
... v..c, .uSii;ap,, wnen iney ekea'a-"
12 tick Mvittttefj s
to .JflglMscorea were't iipremidnt1'
iu. ne comesi, i wnn Hon. MatMta;
-leafioff man h-for th hub. I
me ancno man of the- loop le3d-
t .29dcp 2T
Los Bandittoi 1 Kr Vu. 9
TheBjanditf stj-uck quickly with
enough power" to i insure them,
jelveayieven beralt, because 'he
Koot Krew got hot in the next two
set' and took, bbthjof tbem. Even
. Tbe renegade ifhatlaed :'tht (: 0
uioara -with hi u yt.i.
r V'.JT "'"i u'"v' omv?r.oref -532
31 ana .f. m .r
nmg. the. Rebels ;and;,theVMar''i ,s1
angled: Howeve'Ahls W'"''.
fflft, Moi-Vd M...i t.:.
v i i ,'"c""''wl5 sent to
fhfoot of the i,d;?-Hnwvr.j
The ? Marks had th W U,C&.V' w
intt' oerfofmarirp w ...
vrun oeene, was 8nothti m
Quesonhthat held',to:.galTtbI? '
After- the MiMtn
3rS' 1 MwMaster,, MwMaster,,-performed
performed MwMaster,,-performed as m a sters.ii keeping-''
all of the four noints-i -anrl 'am..""'
look like a team down .bear the -tc
bottom" of the league.--. - T-
. the Itfiyers got thtirOO i:
tlffrrv ,k' Willi.
J h j euu ooa ; uan Koep
JsiT. oai uis mio tnei f
"iiBi aim jjeun omiin- -Sin.- Fwd
EpWyvnd Andy, 5terl tried, to..
Je white wash job by tossing-
533-and $30 series.
Army Bl EehiSh S.;'-'.. ';' 'i'
Villanova 72 Wasne- 9 s
St. Michael's (Vt.;' 74 Vermcnt S"
Tufts 67 Bowdoin t
Buffalo 81 Roe.heKtf A3
Philadelphia 81 Fordham'6a4V'.'
Lafavette. 107 WHk -7 -v
St. Vmcent 88 x:arnige ;fjch
Muhlenherr 92 T.ill 7S 1 s
Boston ,lfciS4UjoiJj5jit,:.'4;fl 3
.Geneva 114 Waynesburt' 62'
n'w-:Stnth- ;ji 'i,, i
Lehpir Rhyne. 60,W Carolina 42 x.
Virginia ilch Jff ptpdel 6Slii ';Sr.Rr
Uifoia (Md.) jonns Hopkins 52
LouivillT88 Fla: Southern '57
Chattanooga f8 Berry 51 .'
v" (,,' .f'.-ii'. .;t 1 -"" "ft ' v
iwintUace 87' Adrian ifr.4
DetrtuY Teclh7l Heidelberg v r6 V
Western; Miehtgan 68 Ttledrt tl '
Kansas' n Oknoiha4 )H if fA
Cincinnati 8 Dayton 7 "' !!.t' mw
Marquette 53 Bowline Rreeii rttr1'
South Dakotsi''-8' Omaha 52
OWabomi St. -88 Tnti '18 t T 'T
droppad thty rolltd SOS tot:
Ai ores TlFtBhaMtM.
1 I ,l V
lIDAT, FEB&CAJtY t, 1M
TC PANAMA AMERICAN AX INDEPENDENT PAttT NEWSPAPER
oi 1 im0if tow Kacetrack rrosramnu
b7fO JEvkts QuidiciRetums,
Tim Wrtun; hf nrvnnA
dispute $750 bursts in the seventh and tenth races
Wer one mile and one-eighth tomorrow afternoon
ft the President Remon racetracji In the main
Fiv horses wflj la escb
lce.Uie sevebta. shapes up w
n evenly matched contest who
11 five starters rated about even
ut gtt tenth! Appears to be? A; lift
r Horaelo's owners." '
iari. Mondesir, Sculptor, .quiea
and A You suite Her. ier-
ind Alviitt will, iiudt Roslta
pari, a fourth place finisher
hind Sw r Medio,' sculptor
tad ukkifr list week.
Schulptor, which lost a heart-
treaker by a whisker, war again
ridden by Amado 'Credidio.
'bird placer Quickie will have
adiftfl. jockey Braullo Baeza up
pis time. Baeta was aboard" Sie
y rMedio last week.
Mondesi:, ah eaay winner" un-
er the. guidance x vmu lan
Saturday, will have cool-riding
uben (Caliche) vasquei aboard.
fh last time- Mondesir wear
line furlongs be waa trounced
r As You Like Her.
Joir Talavera will hive the
kg up on distance loving am xou
Like -Her which has been burn burn-tg
tg burn-tg up the track in he: early
The, other second aerie race
napes uo ai an easy I alloc for
loratia which will have Beer
the caddie. King's Perk; PhiH-
inotfer Benader and Ionia's Pet
re Hccacio's contenders,
Blae Aguirre will guide. King's
ark Kin the letter's first race Hi
i By Conrado Sargennt
The only newcomer "scheduled
brlak into the local racing pic-
lure this weekend in the two-year-
bla. She is a'daiitfhter of The Bath
badMtegodiona5;) bWned' "by 'Pedro
CaropYeso and trained by Jose
tabriel MAta;.i '.
Tolola will be tlddeh by C'irlos
feovil in Sunday's 'elshth' rati 16
mported twf-year-oidh Scheduled
s go in ,the same race are Gran
lapitan, Big, Sun, Quien Sera,
ruillotina, ondottiero anil Chof
The Stud Vtnexoel haa chin.
d trainers fer the third time In
less than a menrh. Alter the
death ef Mnlterr Temes Black Black-bvrn
bvrn Black-bvrn was fired im Carles Sala
tar part-owner ef the stable,,
mek ever the train' na himself.
Thlt wk, Salasar eentratted
Chilean trainer Jete A. Reyes
M. M take ever the stable.
Don Vito and Amelia have new
iwners and trainers. Don Vito was
ought by James Ohmer and is
low being handled by James (Jim (Jim-ny)
ny) (Jim-ny) Silvers. Amelia is now own-
Id by Buster 'Brown with Alfredo
mith in charge of the training.
' h ooo.'
Gerald Silvers has taken over
he training of the Stud Callfa s
eyser while Henry White z.U be
i charge of Sahri ... XlstulUri's
sew Handler is Alfonso1 Salinas
ose Maria tChema) Ouintero has
aken over the tralninsr of Rhea
Calls 'and Cool Cat H untU his
woter4n-law, Cesar (Little Cae
tar) Harris returns from a trip to
Luciente ahd Cool Cat II race
Pacific Spftball League
feema 1 )
W t Pet.
PAN LIQUIDO RIGINS
SICOND PLACI ....
Effective v pitching v by MeNalr
Lane enabled the Beermen to re-
bam second place by downlns the
pantzen nine by a S-4 score. v
carraunt, who opposed Lane,
ecm To Play Here
ieiiday Af RP Gym
On Ha way, kaak heme from
Sentlaeo, Chile, the .basketball
teem ef the Reeublie ef China
which f rtleleaed In the third
world bssketboll championship
tournament, will play a friend.'
ly meimVtho trettonel ft.
loetlon ef Panama on Mendey,
Pes). Vat the National Oymna.
Slum vnder the soonaorihlo of
PoVerat.en ef Baakotboll of
Penems,: h ..
same will be erococUd bv
one to bo elayed bv th Chlimo
Cuemlntanf team of Colon and
the Chinese Selection of Pana Panama
ma Panama St T p.m Tlekets mav be
obtained st the deer. r
SeveraL months. Francisco Justl-
niani wiu do the booting on Phili-
pipon. Gilbert Ramos has been
assigned to ride Behader and
Crieuan Rebolledo will handle
Tnrvla'a Pet's reins.
The distance is a big handicap
to Ionia's Pet while Philipipon
sad Behader appear to m out
Another 'feature on the pro
gram, will1 be ae reappearance
of the sreat router Quidico. This
classy Chilean-bred four-year-old
chestnut colt is scheduled to
make his second start in Pana Panama
ma Panama after a surprising debut m
which he upset track champion
Perduiario in the Ji0t000 added
Nov. V Panama Indopendence
Day Classic over one mile and
one-half in record time,
ly CON K ADO
I Brffht Spvr
Ye Like Her
without Wlnkersirthii week While
Gran Cspitan will perform with a
A two'Veirold bay "fitly'
to the fractious Kalalti) recently
bought by Henry White for Corne Corne-lio
lio Corne-lio West wiU race under the eol eol-orsrjof
orsrjof eol-orsrjof the Stud yehganza'J 'mm 'mm-ly
ly 'mm-ly mwkti iWmedfch1ia.rwiiite
is in charge of getting her ready.
:: Anothor native thretiflhbred
twe-year-eld undor Wh te'a wine'
-Is e little black colt by Apprise-Sweet-
Smoke. This yovrnfttorj
which will sport the colors of
Mrs. lone L. White, hes boon
. In the late'thirties sniarlyior sniarlyior-Uesv
Uesv sniarlyior-Uesv White's most consistent win winner
ner winner was the brilliant' native "half "half-breed
breed "half-breed Torpedo a chunkf coal coal-Wack
Wack coal-Wack fighter who' always gave
his fans s good run for their money-
A reportedly hich-prieei! Argen Argentine
tine Argentine three year-old col' ,f tumM
Gong arrived "oh the-isthmus this
we zrom uuenor Aires. "This
prospective topnotcher Will' r eom-
Ke loeaHy.He Is owned by C.
de'li Guarola and '"Ltndy"
Parades and will be trained by
x ,W,M J19 "Ported that Sec.
ond Vice-President of the Renub.
lie of Panama Heraclw Barletts
wai awaiung a group of : elassy
colts and filfles that' will race un under
der under the colors of his Stud T, r..
Meanwhile, two Chilean through
cu, nu jsnss, snippid here
from Santiago de Chile, and eon.
tu w ucnvruKu aimoas, are
already quartered at the President
jvemon raceryaeK stable are
held the Beermen at bay until the
fourth when losini control anil
jammed the bases and a run with
a wild pitch.
Taking a one-run lead after
Gayer' Uned a homer to right,
Jantzen fell short' as Pan Liquido
returned to tie the game at four
runs with Huertas' triple and Bill
Carlin's safety to left.
; Three batters faced Carrrfntini
in the seventh to end the game on
a base-on-balls, Kosik and Mas
bitt bunt-h t and a oitchina error.
Kosik led the hitting department
niui uire nugiea ana a aouoio in
tout npi. .
' The box score:
R. Nickisher -
. -AAb Aft
Race Track Graded Entries
U tAsr nsi
1-Topacio J. Talavera 115 AtMinu in fair, shape
'4-Lutto Jiueues M.;-t4ttpM9 apeculiyV
a-ciew'ilillJ K." tnsuaA'Ua up ou atari ;
4-Aioinic airing o, AMou-fti ij.0 w-wata sikjime -e-AuMytr-r
? h. v4u iu t-uu&lii i boor -e-iWiiii-"r
S- werjuuut "iwbiur J tut we way
7-iuiiia kola"' i. -iiv iuwi xt pt .,,
B-u uiu 2y A. uej'es. -,;-i ouun u utuicaie
hi-txmisi i fMJWaiM.'xuywftU4t-,uririe ..
tiiMrav -4' smm lu j wiujr my nelp
Series I mo. 7
l-Sunfsir V.tA'ejada' ktiki-'i' mucll lower
-&UtuM'WO&der W&Mtuiei v AiuiuO.eu ui xas.
-4v Jt'aVM JlVd -i-iif' tuiice.,
veria,'l.i- Sk-:Uitttui --vtiiru w, veat nere
e-ii'iT"" -:v ti'. iM4-M')ii( tiiiimdih eftin last'
)re Reee "" Natives A Pur.isVure SJVj.M Peel Closes
i-uoiww rtiluef a. c-reuiiuo -ii4iii viiMuu.iei
A-riUUeiO-' :t v : A. vJMie lU iALim, lllkuM
' if Garret' iUX
j ft. iiiUi i4xouid
4th -Ref nlstiveiji. Pvrionqsrvrse I400.W
. . ,.-.. i-n--?
4th naee 4h Aeries Imp. r.rWi fvy-vtf l-eoi tlo
d. JHcXutWDi lxv
1i4IW ta Ul.l(l
0-UUiUA. J. UOa 1W
i.n Kce tit Series Im. e ,.
'4 I. tH.im Wr.fri" fVMS
t iCkiit XUiA
Kace d Seiies imp. 1 r.rirt MI.0O reel Closes 4:10
I Rosita Maria
a- jLvti L Her
a. iitivuuiu utf
ith Raee Jrd. Series Imp. 7 i-f s.f
l-Cbaricleia B. Baeza 1W
-iu.usmio P. ,Aiv iu
-oav4uu ii- tiuuiiiau iuux
-juuueia redraft A. ui'u. ioa
b-criBUv jpur a. chuan uo
.b-(ivuan . x-ouups lue
7-AiSiuuari, ,' ti: ,A.,, ip juu
tm Race ith Series Imp. 1 Pa.Hurse S4S0.M Peel (EIohs 5:15
t Aivires 1X6
A. Kaezs los
A. uretuuio UZ
3. Talavera UK
it. tnsuau lit
h. i'nm ps lvS
10th Race tod Series Imp. 9 Pas.
5- lonias Pet
' .-i i 1 II "HI tfllffaw 0. i ; ,.-I.- .r
Race Ith Series Imp.-- FaovPwrse S5M.M Pool Closes ....
ONI TWO v .,"W',.
1-Maese V Tejada lo?,-Wot with this rider 15-1
S-Cheyenne J. Ullea 110 Ran well: ia last 5-2
J-Mar Bravo' J: Barret 10Sx Must go much lower 25-1
4- High Day B. Baeza'llS Quits badly in stretch 5-2
5- Teddy A. Credidio '108 -a well in last 5-1
S-Last Dust J. -Talavera 11J Longshot specialist 4-1
7-Quidico fH. CrisUaa 115 i-Seems beat here EVEN
S-Sunsque S,0H:erand 10SvGood eariy speed 10-1
P AO PIC LirrU .itAttUM
Me or Division
Seymour Ageney :
Sawr Cola T Potlee i
The Police team hearty bflokc
into the win column but eventual eventually
ly eventually it bowed to the Spur Cola' Soft
Drlnkera by 7 to 6 margin. The
Police tabbed thirteen safe' bits,
but could convert these thirteen
singles into -cmy aDr runs.:- ;
- Tea Policemen were left strand'
ed during the fray. On the other
hand, Spur Cola was held to five
hits and three of these were extra
base blows, and were turned lq
to seven runs. Every one .In the
Police lineup wss credited with s
hit except their receiver.
Left fielder Me Grath was the
star at the plate with- three for
four, rot tne pur colas, short'
stop Robertson was the big stick
man with two for three.
1 ''4-' I..
Peer Closes 1:00
reel CLOSES e:W
- il i
Pool Closes :30
tijaM'ecure ; soon
- iUitM Wui ial
-W WI.W l.VVi
- MiyUMt V.0
l-eoi Closes 1:40
ids good chance
- ,y oo. xorm
iyv-' UtMut t cOUW
-jju!w iur mis
4,uM.iv i-ertormex 5-1
lev Sniu vest. a-
P oma to oei now x
ia ugm. to utuou 4 t
tr1 '.uew Oi'm a-i
t0 M Peel Clens 4:40
burtrse4 in lst
Aoi. good euvugu
wvatu pay ou uere
ueaoeu iox top
reef kiees iieo
D. nrret 105 Rider handicaps 10-1
b. juaunu WT.MUst go lower lu-l
bsualiy ciose up 8-1
Hard to oeat hre 't
coiud get up now 41
Back uj winning shape 31
wui score soon Lk-1
DisapiWinted in last 2-1
itepotteoiy .ready 41
Peel Closes 5:40
B. Aguirre .113 Returns from layoff M
JusUniani lOOxNot good enough 15-1
B. Baexa 108 -Much the best 5
,G. ftamoa loiix Could be runoerup lo-i
R. Cnstian 110 Will lead most oi way I I
AV ia rena u
Seymour Agency: 6 o
Mutual of Omaha r v' 3 S
Gibraltar life 3 1
Police V l 4
Kiwis 17 Police 7
- The black hbrse team of the
farm division, Kiwis continues to
surprise the league, thanks to
thew- teen-age coach Bobby Wal
lace,; the Kiwis are knocking off
every one except the mighty Sey
mours. The Kiwis, latest victim
was the Police, who. were slaught
ered by 17-to 7 count.
By WALTS R WATSON
Pete Cooper's victory waa a po
pular one. in every aense of the
word. Fete had -made a host of
friends on the Isthmus in three
previous visits to compete in the
Panama Open and is, the type, oi
man who publicly: expresses his
high regard for his fellow men.
At 44 he still has. good com
pact swing and can still hit a golf
ball a. country mile. -.He' never
flusters but seems to be calm and
cool all the time, operating, as
President de la Guardia aaid in
ah interview, like a machine:
Cooper came to me its' Pa.
name Open fresh from victory
Jn the Colombia Open end hi
45 en the ooonlnp day. of the 1st.
tor, bettered by his 44 here ei
the second dey of p'.ay, alerted
many golf fan to me fact that
Pete Is on e hot stroek.
It is understood thSt Pete was
most generous with his eaddie and
we would like to slip in here i
word for these bag toting fellows
who know their business snri uu-
whom even the. pros depend
Practically' everyone of the pro
fessions were observed on near-
every- sreen consultins with
elr respective caddies as they
lihed up their putts and Invariably-they
were' satisfied with the
opinions they'got. The Pansma
Golf Club Jid a swell job in provid provid-iflg
iflg provid-iflg its regulEr is well ss addi additional
tional additional well qualified caddies (or
the 1959 Ofren.
Don January, was what in rac
ing circles is known as a hot tip,
just before play s.-srted. At least
five people toll us in hushed tones
that Don couldn't lose the Ooen.
One of these was our friend Sua-
rez, manager of the Panama Golf
Club, and we lust wouldn t believe
We argued long and loud' and
finally ended up selecting Rober Roberto
to Roberto DeVicenzo as our choice to win.
Don csme in second and Roberto
sixth, despite his best efforts to
take home his third Panama O-
we found in Bob Watson a ne-
fendine champion of whom the en entire
tire entire golf world could well be prowl.
Bob worlaed hard at retaining his
title and gallantly tried to con
vince his many admirers that his
195S victory was no flash-in-the-
pan proposition. This he did ad
Watson s defense of his crown
was all out. At the end of the
frst round he led the field anl
when Cooper moved into the lead
with his sizzling 04 on the second
day, Bob continued his steady
play to try and recover the lead.
Losing gracefully Bob took third
place and had only high praise
for Cooper and January.
Many of the golf fans who had
Installed Dow Finsterwald as the
pre tournament favorite, went
home disappointed as Dow could
do no better than fourth. We offer
no alibis for any of the contestants
in the Open, professional or ima-
teur, but it is only right to point
out waf vow aia not get in a
practice round of golf before step stepping
ping stepping on the course to olav and
despite the fact that he had play
ed nere previously had a rough
tun getting acquainted with the
Dow had an even par 72 for his
first round and this with a big
double bogey on the par 3 num number
ber number 4 hole. Here Dow was in the
trap and after coming out well he
three-putted. It is admitted that
even the pros occasionally three three-putt
putt three-putt a green but we feel that lack
of practice on the Panama Course
was responsible for Finsterwald's
fourth place position.
And speaking of what golfers
no, professionals included, we
saw poor Bob Toski, after three
fairly good days, run into all kinds
of trouble on the last day. We ev
en saw him shank a ball on the
number nine, fairwav at a fortv.
five degree angle into the number
eighteen fairway, something we
believed could only happen to dub-
oers like ourselves. We believe
that Bob tired and that the high
winds and aun got him on that
in the ranks of the amateurs.
Doc Mitten gave a real exhibition
and won a popular, well deserved
cnampionsnip. Tne veteran wss
tied with one of the youngest
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AFTER A GOOD DRIVE Runnerup Don January and a part of
the gallery that followed watch the flight of the golf ball after Don
gets otl a good drive during the" 1959 $10,000 Panama Open cham championship.
pionship. championship. Don's cleven-under par 277 was pood enough for only
second place behind winner Pete Cooper's 274.
players in the 1959 Open, Jeff
Kline, at the end of the first round
with a 71 score and many were
they who thought that age woulj
hinder the doctor in his battle a-
gainst the younger fellows.
But Doc Mitten s gray hairs are
not from age and he proved it by
battling his way through the tour tournament
nament tournament and equalling the best
pro score on the third dav when
he came in three under par with
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69 to set this as the best round in
the amateur division for the 1959
Many ptopl fool that Klint'i
feats woro too publicized and
that this may havo affected his
game. Wo refuse to accept this
v'ewpoint. Kline at 14 years of
go was subjected to enormous
pressure from the beginning.
Entering a tournament in which
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every Friday from 9:00 to 9:30 p.m.
Community Network YCN
and in which the top Isthmia t
golfers would be playing again.' t
him was enough to cause a mor
seasoned golfer to crack. Insteac.i
Kline slapped a 38 and 33 togethe V
to tie Doc Mitten for the fin ;
day's round at 71.
The next day he slipped to a 7 1
and it looked as though the pre: -sure
may have started telling Bi V ",:!
at the end of the first nine on lb s
third round, the scorers publishe 1 v
Jeff's sparkling 33 and those wo ...
doubted that tie could make : t
We believe that lud Jeff bee l
able to do better on the back nir
that day his f.nal disastrous rouii I
might not have ttapnene-l But ct"
the back nine on that third da H'J
Jeff had four bogies and ouidn -'
get a bird so he :aine in with i ""
40, coupled with his 31 for a t
one over par. This, despite tin
pressure of an cer inc.eas i, J
gallery and Nevergall's, Mitten i
and Jankus' steady play.
On the icarth rourd Jeff wert"1.',"''
to pieces "arding a 92 for the da;
After coming in with .1 mi sera bu
40 he completely lost his swir. ;
and all but kave up Onlv a fijrh
ing heart stayed wit.i him to kee
hitting the ball to the bitter end
In addition to Kline, t h r c
yuungsiers nave iraue in.; i i
polf world s'and up and tak n
tice. Leo Dehlinger with a perfed
golf swing and a oit iienn
fellow who at 14 made his bij; bi 1 -for
amateur honor i. Jakie Vail;
nno, at 15 has befn playing go f
for ten years, as he informed r x
in an exclusive ineriew ani w i
w nner of the second flight of th
King's Ransom toiirnament. Bah 3
Marquard from the gold coast,
another promising youngster whi
will soon be up wnh the uest.
In interviews with the 1959 P
nama Professional and Amatei.r
champs we asked them wh t'-
thought of these youngsters an I
their qualified reply was to the e
feet that they saw a great futur
in golf for these youngsters vn
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uriiuy jfidycu me game wen an i :
who had the desire to keeD lean
ing and play better.
It would be unfair to wrap u
the 1959 Ooen wilhout giving 'm i
praise to those who deserve it th t
most. Dick Dehlinger and his corr
mittees, as usual, d d the outstnnf
ing job of organizing a great torn -nament
and received the grat
tude and appreciation from a ',
who participated in the Open.
Anibal Macarron, in his us;u I -quiet
way, had the course in i s
best condition and we were hai
py to hear all of the pros say Hi? :
the beautiful Panama course con con-pared
pared con-pared favorably with any cours
in the United States or in any r
the other countries where the
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE :;v
OR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740f
LEAVE VOUK AD WITH ONE OUB AGENTS OB OUE OFFICE AT 1J-S7 "H" 8TKEET, PANAMA USROtlA NECIADO f Street No. U AGSNCIAS
INTERNAL. DE ri!Bl.ICAC10Nf.S N. Lottery riasa CASA ZALDO Cent rat Ave 45 LOURDE9 PBAJtMACT Nl La Carrasmillla m PABMAC1A LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO io. 21 "B" Street MORRISON Ith of July Ave. J St, LEWIS 8 EB VICE Ave. TiveU Ne. 4 ARMACU E8TADOS VMDOS 141 Cratrel Av.
FASMACIA LUX-1M Cental Ave. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee. do 1 a Oase Ave. Ne. 41 FOTO DOMY Jnrte Azeeeaena Ave. and SI St FAR.
MACIA VAN DER J1S 50 Street Ne. 53 FARMACIA EL B44CRBO Parqae L efevre f Street FAR MA CIA "SA" Via Coma 111 0) NOVEDADES ATH1S ATH1S-Beside
Beside ATH1S-Beside the Bella Vista Theatre and at tti Branch at the Minima Supex Market ea Via Espaaa, at Juan Fieace. (Viv""''' I
, ,i n mvs: 15 FOR SALE
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HI PANAMA 4MEKICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAIW NEWSPAPI
Foster cottages, between Santa
Clara and Rio Hito. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Occaaside Cottaaes
Santa Clara R. ale P. Phono Pa Pane
ne Pane ma S-1877 Cristobal 8-1673.
FOP RENT: Furnished chalet,
with all conveniences. For thro
months, from February 11th.
48th street No. 15.
FOR RENT. For two months,
furnished residence at Lome A A-leore.
leore. A-leore. Phone 4.1054.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
2 bedrooms, livinoroom, dining
room, porch, kitchen, garage.
"National Santuary" street No.
4, Campo Aleere. Phone 3-2795.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom house, in
Campo Alegre. For information
call Dela Tosre, 3-7206.
FOR RENT: COTTAGE, 3 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms air conditioned, furnished,
includes Bendix washer, freezer.
Large livingroom, porch, terrace,
generous patio. Golf Heights
near sea. Separata maid's quart quartan,
an, quartan, bohio. 3 months starting
March, $250, telephone 4-1391.
FOR RENT: FURNISHED
RESIDENCE, three bedrooms, two
bathrooms, hot water, garage,
with refrigerator, stove and wash washing
ing washing machine. Next to "El Can Can-freio".
freio". Can-freio". For Information phone
WANTED TO RENT: Furnished
or unfurnished cottage in El Va Va-lle,
lle, Va-lle, during Easter vacation period,
March 21-27. Call Reverend
Milton K. Leidig, Curundu 5105
WANTED TO RENT: Residence
3, or 4 bedroom, with garden.
Residential zone. Phone 3-6854
9 to Utand 2 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Seven offices of
approximately 44 sq.m. each,
which can be intercommunicated
according to the space required.
Please apply to The First National
City Bank of New York, Avenioa
7. Central 10-11. Tel. 2-0695.
11: r n in m the some
chonnel when there is only one
TV set in the house.
Advertise in this section Ads only cost $25.50 per month
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
At Four Tomorrow
For Peter Lamothe
Funreal services will be held
tomorrow at 4 p.m. at St Paul's
Church for Mr. Peter Lamothe,
who died last night at Santo To To-,
, To-, mas Hospital.
Mr. Limothe, who was 79, came
to the Isthmus from Grenada, W.
I., in 191B. He is survived by a
daughter Mrs. Dorcas Mclntyre
of Trinidad, and two sisters, Mrs.
Sylvia Stevenson and Miss Luisa
Lamothe of Grenada.
Having trouble with your e e-lectronic
lectronic e-lectronic Equipment? Call
and you will be promptly
serviced. Tel. 3-7489
... TR0PELC0, S. A.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or independent room.
Beautiful residential section.
43td Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment clean, coot "Cheles
Apartments," Cam pa Alegre.
FOR RENT; Medera fpartnknt,
three bedrooms, livingroom, din din-ingroom,
ingroom, din-ingroom, porch, roof. Tal. 2 2-4756.
4756. 2-4756. FOR RENT: Campo Alegre.
Completely furnished ana room
apartment, opposite. Hotel Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, hot water, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: On 48 Street Bella
Vista modern two bedroom Apt.
On 46 street, Riviera Apts.,
another two bedroom Apt., Din Dining,
ing, Dining, Living, Porch, Balconies, two
Bathrooms, Maid's room and
Garage. Call Panama 2-4696.
From 8 to 12 noon.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
( apartment for 1 or 2 persons,
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double coach,
, private bath and entrance. No.
3 52nd Street. Tel.'S-0638.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
one room with private bath. Deli Delicious
cious Delicious meals. Call 3-1789.
The Womack American Whiskv
C.C. held their regular meeting
last week to elect officers for the
ensuing season and to discuss
other imnsortant matters lor the
benefit of the club.
The following gentlemen were
elected: Clifford Bolt, president,
George Redhead, veep; Egbert
Wade, business manager and
treasurer; Ashton Waite, (last
year's triple crown winner) cap captain;
tain; captain; Cleveland Temple, vice capt.
and Harold Kerr, secretary.
Sunday, Feb. 8, the CloveUy C.
C, last season's Pacific League
champion is scheduled to meet the
Womack American Whisky C. C.
at Paraiso. Officials of the Wo Womack
mack Womack American Whisky Co., will
be present to see the opening of
the Pacific side Cricket League
The game starts at 12:30 p.m.
The names of the members
from which the players of the Wo Womack
mack Womack American C.C. will be se selected
lected selected to represent the club during
the season follow: Ashton Waite,
Cleveland Temple, Egbert Wade,
Ferdinand Williams, Vincent Sa Savage,
vage, Savage, Joseph Redmond, Mellado
Smith, Preston Prescott, Edmond
Jordan, Edmond McKenzie, Sid
ney Brown, Mathew Kelly, Os Oswald
wald Oswald Reynold, Charles Cerezo,
Ivan Cumberbatch, Cecil Worrell,
Oscar Cummings, Oscar Jacobs, S.
Bhakta, R. Bhakta, B. Patel, C.
Patel and Harold Kerr.
Full day excursion
X SAN BLAS
Sr" -man 15
COPA twin engine
f, General Agent
GibAUar, Life Ins. Co..
i$ (ytor rates and Information
' Tel.' Panama J-0552
Monday ttiru Friday
9:00 am. to 12:00
2-.00 p.m. to 5:1)0
Saturdays 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
; for your
Volkswagen and fihla
Ci'a. Istmena tie
Auto Servioio, S.A.
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 exhaust system, power
steering, power brakes, best of offer
fer offer over $2550.00. Call Balboa
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super,
dynaflow. Call Nyy 2226, 8 a,
m. to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Due te urgent trip,
1957 Oldsmobile Saper 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 actual miles.
Phone Balboa 2-3338 or Coroxal
FOR SALE: Parts of 48 Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, battery, tires, electric
whiper, etc. Telephone, 4-01 08.
FOR SALE 1957 Opel, duty
paid, excellent condition, down
$250.00, balance can be finan finan-ed.
ed. finan-ed. See at -Household Exchange.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac
hardtop coupe $2600, Off. 82 82-3117.
3117. 82-3117. Res. 84-5216.
FOR SALE: Two model A Fords
located at Casino, next to Chain
Singh. Lowest prices $100 cash.
AUTOS EISENMANN, S.A.. Of Offers
fers Offers the best used cars in town:
1958 CHEVROLEET-Bol Air 4
Door, WS Wall tires, radio,
1957 Pontiac Catalina, hardtop,
tutone, radio, WS Wall tires,
1957 Chevrolet, hardtop, tutone,
radio, WS Wall tires.
1956 Buick hardtop, tutone,
ajRcopditioned. WSW tires.
1955 Ford Country sedan. 4
door, tutone, new WS Wall
1955 Plymouth Station Wagon,
4Door, tutone, radio, New white
1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, tu tutone,
tone, tutone, radio, WS Wall tires.
1954 Pontiac Convertible, radio,
tutone, leather upholstery.
1955 Ford 4DR Sedan, radio,
WS Wall tires, Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. 1953 Ford Victoria, hardtop,
tutone, radio, WS Wall tires.
Open All day. Next to Coca Cola
Co. Tela. Panama 2-2616 fr 2 2-4966.
4966. 2-4966. FOR SALE: 1957 MGA, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, wire wheels, ra radio,
dio, radio, WSW tires, duty paid. Call
before 2:00 p.m. 83-2183.
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
With built-in Universal
AGENCIA de CAMBIO
We cash checks and Lottery
tickets at any time.
We are located rirht across
from the Ancon Bus Stop.
FOR SALE: Modern furniture,
used 3 months. It is a bargain.
Call 2-2680 Mr. Flavin.
FOR SALE: Due te urgent trip,
household furniture, in perfect
condition. Reasonable prises.
FOR SALE: Kelvinator 18 cu.
ft.. "Upright" deepfreeie, $280.
Kelvinator clothe dryer, 60
cycle, $100.00.- Both in teed
condition. 86-5294 Albrook,
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 table 9.50,
nite tables 7.50, lovely telephone
table 19.50, brand new folding
beds 27.50, mattresses 6.50, pil pillow
low pillow 0.95, HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE
CHANGE EXCHANGE National Ave. No.
41 (Auta Row) Tel. 3-7348 3 3-4911.
4911. 3-4911. FOR SALE: Frigidaire refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, all porcelain, 4 year guar'
antce in perfect condition $200.
FOR SALE: Hand carved Cuban
dining room furniture, bamboo
living room furniture, Simmons
bedroom furniture, curtain, and
ga stove. Address;' Call Ricarda
Arias, Edificie "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 bad, desk,
girl's 24" bike, freexer, washer,
(automatic dryer), miscellaneu
items. Phone Balboa 1681. call
Saturday and Sunday morning.
FOR SALE: New General; Elec Electric
tric Electric refrigerator 8-1 cubic ft.
Simmons Chesterfield bed with
matching chair, brass floor lamp,
and ironing roard. Phone 6-444,
FOR SALE: Owner leaving Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Priced for quick sale. One
1 2 ft. Sears refrigerator, ana
double even ga range, one 30
gallon gas hatwater tank, Vene-
tian blinds, corner cabinets, 2
dressers, Hollywood double bed,
head board, box spring and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, electric washing machine
automatic wringer. All In excel
lent condition. Apartment "L"
Edificie Sousa, No. 37. 44th
Street. Phone 3-4126.
FOR SALE: Trundle Bed win win-nerspring
nerspring win-nerspring mattresses, 2 Folding
Bed. House 0303, Cable Hts.,
FOR SALE: Maytag washer,
new 60 cycle motor, baby crib,
porch glider, Roger Chlsolm,
KNOXVILLE, Term. (UPI)-Police,
who raced to the city hall to
answer a burglar alarm found
city law director John Duncan
climbing through a window.
He had forgotten his key.
Rodolfo "Fifi" Tam Named
Pacific Representative of
Rainbow Softball League
By HERBERT MOISE
Dynamic and colorful as a
coach or manager of basketball and
softball, Rodolfo "Fifi" Tom has
been named Pacific side repre
sentative of the Rainbow City
Open Classification S o ft b a 1 1
League. The nomination of this
ardent sportsman fuluuls a va vacant
cant vacant position on the board of di
rectors of this organization.
Tom is authorized to do all bu
siness for this loop on the Pacific
side. Therefore, if any one is in
terested in any affairs of this
league, we urge them to contact
Tom at the Ceotro Commercial in
Tom was once a manager in the
early periods of the RCOCSL and
piloted the "Dark Millionaires" to
two consecutive i championships
before moving to Panama City
He is presently manager of the
radio department of the Centro Co-
The board voted unanimously to
name Tom their representative.
This, they believe, rewards his in
terest in the affairs of the league.
He haa always been one of the
top supporters of any activity con concerning
cerning concerning this 'oraanizatinn
preparatory, stages for the 1959
season are well advanced but ac
tual play wilt begin in Feb. 1
hen Stevedore Morris tangles wif
C '"aiTillos Royal. Other tams
c plementing the five-team loop
; Aji-No-Moto, Powell and Pan-
tru. The suc-day-a-week schedule
will have each team facing the
other teams four times. Tentative
plans call for doubleheaders oh
If your professional or amateur
tratwmlaoor needs reoalrlng, talk
with nr. Rafael Ulai, our
TR0PELC0, S. A.
Service Dept. Manager Tel. No.
45th St. Via Vapafta.
FOR SALE: Baby Grand plana,
in perfect condition $390.00.
DeSote car 1952 $200.00. Calle
31 No. 4.41.
FOR SALE: 30 inch 4 blada
exhaust fan, plywood frame 'A
h.p., motor, brand mow. Apt.,
0104-F, Acacia Place, lalbto.
FOR SALE: Cheap two mertfu mertfu-aa
aa mertfu-aa shirt. Take advantage of this -Carnival
offer. Phone 3-0860
Panama. 89th street Ne. 88, Pal-
FOR SALE. Opportunity. Brand
new camera. Vitess Veiglander.
2.8, light meter, telemeter, $5.
FOR SALE: Two Westingheuse
refrigerator. Call 6-373. House
0252 "C", Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Stack af "Dry Ice,
Corp." Goad price, call phene
FOR SALE. TV 24" Capehart.
table model, located in the Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Community Build Building.
ing. Building. Check with A, Piria at Com Community
munity Community Building or with Curun-(
du Clubhouse manager.
FOR SALE: AKC lexer pup.
pies, lawn house 0764-1, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4258.
Puts Off Scheduled
Due to the Carnival activities,
the Esperanza Council No. 58 of
Past Exalted Rulers has obtained
a dispensation from Grand District
Deputy Mike Lazarus for the Re
public of Panama and Canal Zone'
jurisdiction to postpone the instal
lation of officer scheduled : for
this Cunday. ;
Members are adviser! far Chief
Scribe for the'euoncil Archibald
Baiky that the usual business
meet.'np will be held at the regul regular
ar regular place of meeting at 6 p.m.
snarp on Sunday.
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
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'MORAZAN" Feb. 28
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New York Service Arrive
"COMATAGTJA" Feb. 9
"FRA BERLANGA" Feb. 1
"METAPAN" k Feb. 23
"SAN JOSE" i Mar.
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE
"YUCATAN" ...,r.... Every (15) Daya
Weekly sailings of twelve ptssenjer ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Saa Francisco
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return I $240.01
To San Francisee andor Seattle and Return l33-t0
CRISTOBAL 1121 PANAMA 2-2904
FOR AU te SCO aid 1.000
rrtetera, (a the Nueve Hi pod re ma
UrheaJutien, acres the Reraea
Racetrack. AH let with (treat
front, eewaga, water aula and
electricity. Call W. McBaraett.
FOR SALIj Let 1.066 square
meter la the best location af
La Create, aftuated between "V"
Street and aewatrcet. Far infor information
mation information pleas, call Tel. 2-2170
front t a.pa. te 12 neea and tram
. 2 p,a. to 5 a.m.
FOR SALI: Wonderful oppor opportunity,
tunity, opportunity, level let af land en Golf
Height. $9.50 square meter,
far quick sale. Cucslen Cia.
FOR SALI r Property fa Arrai Arrai-iarv
iarv Arrai-iarv Cf e location, two etery
house, wall, fruit trees. For in information
formation information call Balboa 1317.
FOR SALI,- Income property
en "Automatic Row" nets 11.
$60,000 dawn, rest terms, won wonderful
derful wonderful Investment. Cuealen and
Co; Realtors. Phone 3-3330.
Tha'-istjymran little League will
inaugurate its third season to
morrow at 3:30 p.m. at the Little
League Park in Pedro Miguel. O O-pening
pening O-pening ceremonies will start at
3:30 p.m. and the game wil get
underway at 4 p.m. between Som Som-mers
mers Som-mers Sparks, last season's cham
pions and Mutual of Omaha, the
mis season the league promis promises
es promises t0 be interesting because of
new talent recruited in the com
munities along with leftovers from
last year. Parents, friends and
fans are asked to attend these
game and encourage" the young youngsters
sters youngsters who will b displaying their
ability in an atmosphere- of fair fair-play
play fair-play and sportsmanship
The Isthmian tittle League asks
the pareataiof -Pedro Miguel and
Paraiso to keen- their children out
of the' Little League; Park because
or uamige aone ie. we waus qugii:
outs, scoreboard, ana advertise
ment. If this situation continues,
the league will be forced to take
drastic action against anyone
caught in these acts.
- 2987 "A" Ave. No 96
ly fiasf I naee 4 am i f e,
"reaipl acleatifie treatment aa
emerenoy a monthly audaat
basis, Telepheae Preato Service,
Panama 1-7977 ar Colon 1777.
Par Vetter Home Servite, Always
Rely m f"
Pbene S-7C07 Panama, Service
from 9:00 a.m. te 10:00 a.m.
Paster, mere ecenemical. TV. Ra Radios,
dios, Radios, HI-FI Transistors seecialist.
We service alt makes and models.
We don't pretend tuarantea
aur warkl, J '" ih
We auarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivels
Ave. 11-20, Tal. 1-1905.
Boots (r Motors
FOR SALE: 1951 lehnson 35
h.p. outboard motor $325.00.
Phena Curundu 5157. Can ba
taaa at 2177-1. Curundu.
FOR SALE: II ft. Cafcincruiser,
outboard. Call Clayton 6213.
LOST: Diamond vristwatch
vicinity Panama Golf Course ar
Kabbe Exchange. Call 25-3703.
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Panama Insuranca 2 4 .333 4
Orange Jastji .167 S
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Spur Cola at Mount Hope; Orange
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Due Here Tomorrow
Joseph A. Hayden, national re representative,
presentative, representative, National Federation
of Federal Employes, is schedul
ed to arrive on the Isthmus to
nayaen plans to remain on
here eight days and will call on
urnai zone GoVi W, E. Potter,
Brig. Gen. James W. C o a 1 1 e s,
cniei or sun, cariDbean Com'
mand; Maj. Gen. T. H. Landon,
com manner, canobean Air Com
mand; and Rear' Adm. George
Wales.. Commandant. 15th Naval
District Arrangements have been'
requested for Hayden, to call on
the Commanding General, USAR USAR-CARIB.
CARIB. USAR-CARIB. In addition,- visita have
neen arranged with personnel of officials
ficials officials of the major employing or
ganizations in tne uanai zone.
A highlight of Hayden's visit
wiu oe' an open forum-meeting
sponsored by Local 595, NFFE.
i oe neia ai we curunau The
tre Monday evening at 7:30. The
pnncipai topic for discussion will
ne tn vanai zone Merit System
vjiukjb KB rin. uwai per personnel
sonnel personnel officials have been invited
and $U U. S. Citizen employes
uijcu tu aiiena.
FRUIT CONSUMPTION DROPS
,LpNDON (UPI) Agriculture
Minister, John Hare believes
Briton would feel better if they
ate more fresh fruit. He told
questioner in -Commons that the
average Briton How eata 70.1
pounds of fresh fruit annually,
compared with'JS S pounds before
Rave yon rrf High fidelity out.!
) or 'act n neea of repair?
Ne matter what kind K to, ealf mir
Tel. No. S-74M, ami we wlU glaalj
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Itahan, Scandinavian linee- art
Decor. Monthly payments. PanaJ
aa.ev aliaCAY .1 I
Decor remodel any kind ft
furniture ya own. Reuphelsteirl
n ana rertnisninf aone ay ex
part. Panama S-0647.
WANT1D: En(liih tpaakina
Panamanian1 housekeeper witki
references, lor eauola. ehil
dren.. Las Cumbres, bus stop
HELPC WAITED: Enalisl
epeakina maid ta live in. U.S
aeupla. Na children. Referenced
tvtf.w vrmir ?! a mii
Stocks moved irregularly at a a
aeraieiy acuve opening today.
Lonllard stood out with a g
of 15-8 points to Khb en 5,
AC F J lhd
Amer Tel and Tel
Cerro de' Tasco
Chicago Great West
tSrowii Cerk and Seal
X Cuba; Venezuelan Oil
1 Paso Natural Gas
Fargo Oil A
, General Fferwood
Gulf Oil )
. Intt Pet L
Mptteht Tel and Tel
Royal Dutch Shell
Signal Oil and Gas
Texas Gulf Prods
United Canso Oil
Tomorrow At 3
For Mrs. Williams
Funeral Services will be conduJL
ed in the Salvation Army Hall L.
o p.m. tomorrow xor mrs. jesui
"Gene" Williams, who dj"rf
Wednesday morniing at Santo T
'JnWs: WMaml -f.is survived
her hlldren. Birdie, S a m u e
Cleveland, ahdMlena WiUiairJ
and Mrs. Bernrce Gooda of Para
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two aTeat-sTttdctaklreeV I
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AfOVA$ PAMAA4A A6WAYS
MIAMI-NEW ORLEANS 36.90
Today's JY Program
S00 tFN NtWS
3:15 Dinah ct.iort
3:IiU Shtrwooa Affair
Mttt Th Prtm
4:3U Mr. Wlurd
T:00 Stev Canyon
T:I0 You Bat Your
3:00 County America
11:00 Bob Cummlng
V :3U umoka
10 0(1 Wnaillni
11:00 CPN NEWS
11:11 Frl. Night
CeMrteiy at Aarevlaa Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1 0573-1 C9 3-16M
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to V-m; l
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fife' v !;
GRIM EVIDENCE Mute evidence of the tragedy, a twisted
pSseVt and a man's hat lie on the shore in New York flow flowing
ing flowing the crash of an American Airlines plane into the East River
'the 73. aboard the airliner only eight are known to have
Investigators Fail To Find
Cause For Jetliner Tragedy
NEW YORK, Feb. 6 (UPI) -More
than 50 expa ts on flying
and airplanes have been utilized
up to today in an effort to learn
the cause of the crash of an A A-merican
merican A-merican Airlines turbo-prop plane
in which 65 of the 73 persons a a-board
board a-board died.
The plane crashed Tuesday night
into the murky waters of the
East River during an instrument
approach to La Guardia Field in
fog and drizzle.
Two days of careful checking
of wreckage raised fl-om the mud muddy
dy muddy river bot om ana interviews
with survivors, control tower men
and airline officials have failed
to indicate what caused the acci accident.
dent. accident. Forty parsons aboard the plane
when it crashed still are missing
and presumed dead. Three more
bodies were removed from the
Weather Or Not
This weather report for tha 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
raised tail section yesterday,
bringing the total recovered to
25. There were eight survivors,
four of them still in critical con
Joseph O. Fluet, regional inves
tigator for the Civil Aeronautics
Board, termed premature a meo-
ry put forward yesterday that the
crash might be blamed on possi possible
ble possible pilot error due to lack of ap approach
proach approach lights and no glide-slope
beam to help gauge elevation.
"The only thing we are sure
of," a CAB spokesman said, "is
that there is no indication of what
caused the accident."
High 92 82
tow 73 80
High 91 83
Low 50 76
(max. mph) NW-21 N-27
RAIN (inches) 0 0
(inner harbors) 0 0
Gatun Lake 85.10
Madden Dam 245.96
SATURDAY, FEB. 7
3:19 a.m 15.3 ft.
3:51 pan 15.4 ft.
9:36 am -0.6 ft.
9:58 p.m -0.1 ft.
New Gorgas Director
Col. Clark Meador
Arriving Next Week
rnl. Clark B. Meadar. recent
ly assigned to duty in the Canal
Zone as Director ot uorgas Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, is scheduled to arrive here
early next week from Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C.
He will succeed Col. Thomas
G. Faison, who is now Canal Zone
It will be the first time that a
former Gorgas Hospital resident
has ever returned to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus to become Director of Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital.
Meador served his previous
tour of duty at Gorgas Hospital
between 1949 and 1951 when he
took a year of his senior residen residency
cy residency in Internal Medicine and then
served a year as a member of
the Medical Service staff.
Meador is a native Texan. He
was born in the little town of
Hubbard and received his pre pre-medical
medical pre-medical training in McMurry Col College
lege College in Abilene, Texas. He got his
degree in medicine from the Uni University
versity University of Texas and completed
his internship at the Robert B.
Green Memorial Hospital in San
Before being assigned to the
Canal Zone, he was stationed at
Walter Reed Army Medical Cen Center
ter Center in Wa&hington, D. C.
Mrs. Meador, with their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Jane, who is a Ireshman at
Pembroke College, Brown Univer University,
sity, University, and a son, Robert, who is a
senior in high school in Arling Arlington,
ton, Arlington, Va,, wMl join Meador here
House Of Fraud
WASHINGTON, FEb. 6 (UPI)
The Securities and Exchange
Commission yesterday accused
the big Wall Street brokerage
firm of Reynolds and Co., with
fraud, deceit and forgery in be be-curity
curity be-curity sales and management.
Reynolds and Company includes
among its partner. President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's golfing companion,
Clifford Roberts. Its officials were
ordered to appear at a hearing
in San Francisco next Tuesday
to answer charges.
Some of the most severe
charges, the result of two-, years
of investigation, involved the sale
In New York Robert M. Gardi Gardiner,
ner, Gardiner, managing partner or Rey Rey-solds,
solds, Rey-solds, issued thi. statement: "The
matter referred to by the Secur Security
ity Security and Exchange Commission oc occurred
curred occurred some years ago in sever several
al several of our out-if-town branch of offices
fices offices None of the employes nam named
ed named are now working for Rey Reynolds.
nolds. Reynolds. Reynolds has extended the
fullest cooperation to the com commission
mission commission in the matter."
SEC Comimissionr Andrew D.
On.-ick disqualified himself from
the case because his father, Wil William
liam William H. Orrick, is a partner in
the law firm of Orrick, Dahl Dahl-quist,
quist, Dahl-quist, Harruifcion and Sutclitie,
which represents Reynolds' San
Meantime, it was learned that
Reynolds and Co. last September
hired John Lodes, then legal as assistant
sistant assistant to SEC Commissioner
James C. Sargent and formerly
of the SEC's New York Office.
Lodes told United Press Inter International
national International he was hired to fill a
vacancy. He said his job was to
develop a "warring system" to
alert Reynolds' New York head-
auarters to any act in a branch
office that might violate federal
law or SEC or New York Stock
Exchange i egulatioms.
After next Tuesday s bearing, a
SEC examiner will recommend
whether the firm should lose its
broker-dealer registrations, be
susDended from membership in
the National Assn. of Securities
Dealers, and-or from membership
in stock exchanges.
The SEC said that Reynolds,
"through lack of supervision and
internal c o n t r o 1," permitted
branch offices in Chicago, San
Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, and
Carmel, Calif., to engage in un unlawful
lawful unlawful practices.
One charge accused Reynolds
Chicago office of unauthorized
and of forging customers' signa
tures to- certain documents.
J-RcadCsloryon Ypage 8
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CHECKS OUT OF MEETING A Russian officer leaves the
checkpoint at Helmstedt, Germany, after a meeting with U.S.
otiiclals about the u.s. truck convoy mat naa been detained by
armed Soviet guards since February 2. After a stern demand
from the U.S., the trucks were allowed to move on.
Ransomed US Pilot Fed
East German Propaganda
FRANKFURT, Germany, Feb. 6
(UPI) Lt. Richard H. Mackin, of
Washington, D.C, who was neia
prisoner in Red Germany ior m
days, says the communists didn t
treat him badly except by keep keep-ing
ing keep-ing him on a steady diet of propa propaganda.
Mackin told a press conference
the Reds refused to let him listen
to the American radio or read
"I was permitted to watch east
German TV and read translations
of East German newspapers, he
The 27-year old Army officer
ti Id newsmen that his captors of offered
fered offered only feeble explanations,
uh nnn eoonerauon Dy --is
American authorities" for holding
him prisoner after he strayed into
"I lived very well, consider considering
ing considering I wm in a captive state he
said. "They made every attempt
to please me, but East German
food is not compatible with an
VyASHWGTON, Fed. 6 (UPI -Thi Senate pushed "toward quick passage today of
a 565 miltion dollar Democratic airport "construction Isill which President Eisenhower
has branded as extravagant v-f;"
Supporters have hailed it as essential to air safety. ;"V;'-'.
The chamber started action on the-measure after dealing Eisenhower's economy
campaign a sharp rebuke late last night .1y approving 60 to 28 a $2,657,000,Q0O
housing bill, one billion dollars higher than he asked. The measure now goes to tht
Cuban Cops Claim Ex-US Navy Flyer
Confessed He Planned To Kill Castro
Ike Turns To Demo Leaders
For Help With His Program
THOMASVILLE, Ga. (UPI) -1
President Eisenhower has turned
to Democratic leaders for help
with his program in the Democrat-controlled
Congress, it was
In response to questions, Press
Secretary James 0. Hagerty said
it was true that the President has
conferred secretly with House
Speaker Sam Rayburn and Sen Senate
ate Senate Leader Lyndon B. Johnson on
at least two occasions during the
The Democratic leaders were
invited to the residemtial quarters
of the White House after regular
business hours and their visits
were unannounced. They were dis
closed at the vacation While
House here vesterday while the
President was auail shooting in
the south Georgia sunshine.
At his news conference in Wash
ineton Wednesday, the President
criticized Democratic proposals
which would throw his 77 billion
dollar budget for fiscal 1960 out
lr.isAnlinwer said "many leaders
f PnnPrMs in tne pas nave
taiitpH tn me. and I mean con
gressional leaders of both parties"
about thfr need for keeping fed
eral expenditures within revenues.
Hagerty, asKea to eiautnaie,
confirmed that the President was
referring, in part, to hitherto un
disclosed meetings witn Jtaypurn
Administration circles have re re-ported
ported re-ported for some weeks that the
President was holding off hours,
unannounced meetings with key
figures on the political scene.
Hagerty also confirmed that Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower has been busy writing
personal letters to prominent citi citizens
zens citizens in support of his drive to
keep the budget in balance, and
to encourage public resistance to
inflationary moves in and out of
focfloy prces: 75-40 OELILA 7DSA
O A SHOCKING HAIR-RAISING, DOUBLE ATTRACTION Q
WIS V. LEW ARTHUR MRMffi
AT 2:45 5:35 8:30 P.M.
AT: l:00-S:55-6:45-9:35 P.M.
Meantime, the White House de de-lined
lined de-lined comment, on the latest crit criticism
icism criticism of the President and his ad
ministration by Soviet Premier
Khrushchev wa critical yester yesterday
day yesterday of the President lor. not- rec
oimizine the Soviet desire to relax
the cold war of tension between
East and West. The- Soviet leader
also issued a public invitation to
Eisenhower to visit KUtssa.
The White House explained that
no invitauon naa neon received
from Khrushchev through custom
ary diplomatic channels. Hagerty
declined further comment until a
transcript of Khrushchev s speech
reaches the White House.
When he was asked whether he
thought the treatment he had re-,
ceived was worth a fifth of the
$1,075 the American Red Cross
had to pay to ransom him and
four other Americans from the
communists, Mackin said "that'
would be pretty expensive."
The official East German news
agency ADN in Berlin accused the
other four servicemen of commit committing
ting committing illegal acts in the. Soviet Zone.
Release of the man, which was
arranged by the American and
East German Red Cross organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, followed by less than 24
hours the Communist release of
a U.S. Army truck convoy which
had been held up at Halmstedt
in the Soviet Zone for more than
It was the second time the U U-nited
nited U-nited States has paid ransom costs
to the East Germans. Last sum summer
mer summer nine helicopter crewmen of
the 3rd Armored Division were
released after nine weeks capti captivity
vity captivity only after the United States
paid approximately $1,700.
Mackin't capture had result resulted
ed resulted in flurry of cold-war man maneuvering
euvering maneuvering ever the past tw
The 27-year-old pilot bailed out
of his small liaison plane into East
Germany Dec. 3 when he became
lost on a flight near the border
and the plane ran out of fuel. All
U.S. demands for his release were
rejected by the Communists.
The other four men were SP-4
Kenneth Carlson, of San Lean Lean-dro,
dro, Lean-dro, Calif.: Pvt. Elwyn E. Bell.
of Hill City, Kan.; Pvt. James
W. Hayes, of Baltimore, Md.
and Pvt. Melvm Hampton, of
The men were turned over to
U.S. authorities near Herleshan Herleshan-son
son Herleshan-son along the frontier between
East and West Germany. They
were flown here by helicopter.
Carlson disappeared in Berlin
Nov. 27 and Hayes dropped out
ot sight Dec. 26. Bell apparently
wanaerea into East German
Nov. 25 on Berlin's elevated rail
way when he passed his West
Berlin station. Hampton was lis
ed as missing just last Tuesday.
Bell, Hayes and Hampton, all
members of the 6th Infantry sta
tioned in West Berlin, were listed
as absent without leave.
HAVANA (UPI) Local news newspapers
papers newspapers yesterday quoted a police
statement saying Allan Robert
Nye, former UMS. Navy flyer of
Chicago and Coral Gables, Fla.,
"confessed" that he came to
Cuba to assassinaate rebel lead leader
er leader Fidel Castro under a deal with
ousted dictator Fulgencio Batista.
The quoted police statement was
not distributed to newvS agencies
ahd every1 effort to contact Nye
for a confirmation or denial ran
against the refusal of revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary police and army aut-rorities
to disclose his whereabouts.
The statement said Nye had
confessed he was to have re received
ceived received $100,000 if he succeeded in
killing Castro, under a deat ar arranged
ranged arranged in Miami through a Cu Cuban
ban Cuban intermediary.
The alleged confession also
quoted Nye as -saying he arrrived
in Havana Nov. 12 and was a
guest of the Batista government at
t'lft swank Hotel Comodoro be between
tween between Dec. 1 and Dec 19, under
the alias of George Collism
It said that all of Nye's ex
penses were paid by Brig. Gen.
Carlos Taberinilla and police Col.;
Orlando Piedra. It auoted rebel
police investigators Capt. Ramon
Morto and Capt. Herberto Mata-
moros as saying Nye told them he
left Havana fof Oriente Province
to enlist in the rebel army as the
first step in the assassinatii"
The alleged confession said fur
ther that Nye landed in Bayamo,
Oriente, Dec. 20, from a Cuban
amorce plane and joined the
rebel army the following day. -JOn
uec. 25, the "confession" said.
Nye was "intercepted" by two
rebel soldier? who disarmed him
ot a telescopic, sight rifle and a
ak caiiDer automatic pistol.
The reported confession also
quoted Nye as saying his Cuban
contact in Miami was Daniel Vaz
quez, an exiled pilot married to
Cuban" actress Marisol Alba who
previously had been denounced as
Batista spy in Miami, :
The published police statement
enaeo py quoting JNye as sayine;
"Batista surely must hope by, -this
time that I -wag dead. I want to
cooperate with revolutionary au
thonties to clear this matter
up. But it must be done slowly
so that it will be done well
VANITY THY NAME.
ASWfrv nr. 1.4 7rmru tphb
land (UPI) Firemen had to go
in and get pretty young house housewife
wife housewife Flora Colder when she r r-fused
fused r-fused to leave her burning apart
"I needed- more time to powder
my nose, she explained later.
Civil Rights Plans
Proposed By Ike
Meet Southern Ire
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6-(UPD
Some parts of President Eisen
howers seven-point civil ngnts
program drew intense fire today
from southern critics. .v
But there were increasing signs
in both houses that Congress prob probably
ably probably would pass some form of ci
vil rights legislation this year.
Foes apparently were reaay to
center their fire on two proposals
to encourage communities to des desegregate
egregate desegregate schools. One called for
legislation to make force or tnreats
of force to obstruct court orders
in school desegregation cases a
The other proposed a "tempor "temporary
ary "temporary program of federal financial
and technical aid to state and lo
cal agencies to assist them in
making the necessary adjustment
required" by school desegregation
Secretary Arthur S. Flemmmg
of the Health, Education and Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Department emphasized at t
news conference that there was
nothing "coercive" about the aid
which the President proposed to
give schools going ahead with in integration.
tegration. integration. He said such areas will be given
help if they seek it, but "they will
have to ask for it."
Attorney General William P.
Rogers said the President's pro pro-garm
garm pro-garm shied away from "extreme
measures or elements of' retalia retaliation."
tion." retaliation." He said the peaceful start
of integration in Virginia was "the
most important factor in convinc convincing
ing convincing the administration that a
stronger federal hand was not
needed at this time."
( -jC v V
The airport measure is a new
version of an aid proposal the
President yetoed last year is too
costly, h would provide 100 million
dollars in each of five year to bp
parcelled out to the .states; "75 per
cent on the basis of population ;rnd
25 per cent on the basis of needV
k aiso would set aside anptftep
65 million dollars to be used
any time durine the five
help build longer runways and
other facilities for jet-age travel.
States or municipalities wouM
have to match all federal mond
dollar-for-dollar. ; A
Eisenhower proposed a fout
year, 200 million dolUr airport
program. The, President and othgf
Republicans have said the Dem
cratrc i- measure would ; nrovfifil
money; for terminals and ot!ir
items not directly involved wiw
flight. ,. "' :i
But Chairman A. s. Miv If All
roney (u-uwa.j of th Senate
viatioh Subcommittee AtmtA
day that there were any frills
me diu. He said tne legislation vm
needed to make air travel lafefi'
; flieanwniie, a strongly worded
statement by three DemncratK &.
pare likely tot touch Off a BartS1
sair pattie in congress over Am.
ica's nuclear plane program.
nv .umocrT aetcribM
"almost incredible' and as "I
("completely indefensible use
the taxpayers' rtoney' Vli. JSC
million dollar veer dministre'
tlon program that thv rn.i '11
"holding operation to avoid dift;
fieult decisions." 1
With-Russia reported rr"v t
test nucIear:ppVered plne th
jew:,' me veroai assault;; wit
launched by Sen; Clinton P. kh&
on. (D-N.MO ehairmafi of the
congressional. Atomic J?n e f
m-n.c.i vies rnnifnun -onrf t
Melvlil prici fIll:), th'airman of
we Kesearcn subcommittee.
They laid' the iHmn.tv,4;..
.J. m. .......til, a LIVFll B
program .has Ua'ffrm set of objec objec-tiver.:
tiver.: objec-tiver.: no tarttet "date for .r.hiviw
Buclear .flight, and noclear gnidi
rcomr(ciora in the field.
ii iv vairy, s oetween
the Air Force and Navy wat given
part of the blame, but the com committee
mittee committee member primarily attack attacked
ed attacked what thev lahelprf "niniriw.
tive indecision at high Jevels.?
inej tauea upon tne executive
branch to say "whether It intends
to set a target date now for the
successful achievement of nuclear
flight or, whether; the taxoayerll
to continue to foot the bill for ad
mmistrative ndecision., 2'
MASQUERADING THI CI'
MERTON. England (UPI) A
thief posing as an official mixed
with hockey players here Monday
just before a match. They gave
him wallets and jewelry for safe safekeeping.
keeping. safekeeping. The thief got away with
three watches and $42.
Living in the lop of luxury h
dongerous, becouse you never
know when luxury is going to
stood up. ONCAO
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I COLOSSAL DOUBLE RELEASES
SHOWS: 1:15 4:14 7:38
you limp withj
WHO'S THAT?-This pelican
may be wondering who the
crazy bird in the cold water is,
while he is reluctant to take
a dip at the Paris,, France, soo.
;.. If, instead of beintf burnt, all
, the coal mined in the United
States in one- year were used
as building stone, it would be
enough to build a wall 10 feet
thick and 17 feet high all the
way around the country. There
is enoueh entrer in the eoel
more than 900,000 tons of iU-f
to lift such a wall 1,400 miles
upward into space.
75c. I 7:30
HELD OVER! 6th BIG WEEK I
,"I wu very mudh tmpressd by th" picture. I
hope that the TEN COMMANDMENTS will be, wen
by a great many people und tht the pletr. will
have the effect of atrengthtnlnf our whole concept
of freedom and responsibility under God."
DR. EUGENE C ARSON BLAKE,
President, National CouncU ( the, Churchee of
Chrlt In the United 8Ute o Ajnericai v -.
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