The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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War

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Feb. 7 (UPI) The United
States' missile arsenal boasted a new flight-tested ICBM
today the awesome, ocean-spanning Titan.

The Air Force staged its
the bullet-shaped Titan super
well over 200 miles on an arc

SO miles In height, using only its first stage engines. Of Officials
ficials Officials were delighted.

Air tore uniet ot Stan

Washington that the Titan "successfully accomplished the

programmed objetives." This

propulsion and control system. In the firing the first

time the Titan has been released from its boltings the

second stage was- filled with
The launching of the mighty
"war or peace rocket came on
the third anniversary at the es
tablishment, of the plant in Den
ver, Colo., where" the UO-ton 90 90-foot
foot 90-foot ICBM il produced.
The Titan is believed to have
a potential range of 8,000-miles,
enough to spao- the biggest o o-ceang
ceang o-ceang carrying nuclear warheads.
Or it might be fired into space.
Authorities say its booster sec section,
tion, section, with the most powerful sin single
gle single rocket engine in the free
world, could power a manned
rocket around the moon.
The Titan, designed to hurl a
hydrogen warhead across the
widest ocean, made a determin determined
ed determined start at 4:22 p.m. and forged
through blue rift in the heavi-
lu nuiu'rail lrv Th wrv fact
that, it blasted off. smoothly
meant that the test was 90 per percent
cent percent r successful, according to
sources here. ;
o The' UO-ton weapon, was Md t
Con!rcl Avcrdcd
For Ralnbov Cily
School Addition
A W lum Sum bid of $45,077
was submitted by the Dillon Con Construction
struction Construction Inc. far the construction
of two musk rooms for Rainbow
City. Junior and Senior high
school and a study- ball for the
Paraiso High School The bids
were ojtenedyesterdaor in the Ad
ministration Buuaing ax jjbiwb.
The contracting firm of Diaz
sod Guardia' of Panama, the on only
ly only other firm to make a lump
sum bid on the project, offered
S1,813. Wright Brothers of Colon
urade a bid of; $35,549 for the
. ranatmiction f the structure
vhich wili house the two music
rooms at Rainbow City.
The? specification for the new
Latin American School additions
were divided into three schedules
with alternates covering the type
of tile- tobe used and the con
crete walks and covered passage passageways
ways passageways connecting the new build-
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ings w we, mam scuoui ymm.
The new music area in Rain
bow City will be an air condition
ed sound oroofed structure hous
ing two music rooms which will
be separated by a movaoie paru
tion.
The addition of ftatraiso will be
tssed a study hall, with space
available for about 60 students.
Illumination wilt, bj provided by
fluorescent tewrmw. v
The two ; sdditiont are to be
built durini the, vacation months
and may be ready' for use when
classes are resumed in the Latin
American schools in May.
HOME (UPIV-Former Premier
Antonio Segni agreed last night
to try to form a new government
for Italy.
.The middle of the road Christian
Democrat, who is 68, accepted the
nomination of premier-designate
from President Giovanni Gronchi,
who 'asked' him to lead Italy out
of a political crisis now 12 days
old. k
The, silver 4 haired gentleman
farmer was expected to try to
form a center or center-right gov government
ernment government to replace the center-left
coalition of Amintore Fanfanl, who
resigned Jan, 27.
, It is now up to Segnl, a Sar Sardinian;
dinian; Sardinian; to. force a new govern-
ment, apportion ministries and
face Parliament for a confidence
test, (,, ;
h Should Segnl fail in a confi-
dence test, Gronchi would have to
repeat the long proctss ot consul consultations
tations consultations with political leaders that
imauy ea w -segm's choice as
premier-designate.
uroncm aiso might au for the
dissolution s parliament and geu
raj elections. v .

Arsenal

first successful test firing of
missile yesterday. It blasted
that reached a maximum of
i nomas u. white said in
Was to test the first stage
water.
iuS launching stand by four huge
clamps tor six seconds while the
Air Force made sure that every
thing was working properly. Then
it began a slow, graceful rise
and began to veer toward the
south-east about 30 seconds lat later.
er. later. In its maiden flight tht Titan
was to fly only a little mor
than 200 miles, climbing to an
altitude of about 50 miles in
, 10-minuto hop. Tht missile had
a tail-wind of about 40 miles
an hour pushing it down th
Atlantic tracking rang.
Two previous firing attemipts,
on Dec. 20 and again last Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, ended in engine shutdowns
before the cartridge-shaped Titan
was released from its launching
stand. The long awaited blast-off
of the stately weapon had resi residents
dents residents of this missile countiry keyr
ed 'Up in vatk&tify&Usj
Only the Titan's boosten secfiooj
'orifirst-8tageaa";ri'j- totted
in the initial hop of tfoe brand
new intercontinental ballistic mi
sile. Its dummy second stage was
filled with thousands of gallons
of water to make it stable in
Although the Titan was '-designed
as a weapon, it has great
possibilities for peaceful sipace
probing. Officials have said its
booster section, with the most
powerful single rocket engine in
toe tree world, could power : a
manned rocket on a trm around
the moon.
The Titan bears little nhysical
resemblance to its older ICBM
brother, the Atlas. The Atlas sis
little, more than a barrel-chested
fuel tank with three strong en engines
gines engines strapped to its tail, while
the sleek Titan is composed of
two distinct sections. V
House Approves Bill
To f xfend Draft
Four More Years
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A House-
approved sill to extend the draft
four more years today seemed
assured of Senate passage by an
overwhelming margin.
The measure, a high' priority
item in President Eisenhower's
legislative program and backed
fuUy by leaders of both parties,
coasted to House passage yester
day on a roucaU vote of 381 to 20
Sponsors felt confident the bill
would obtain endorsement in the
Senate by a similar margin.
There was no immediate indica
tion of how soon the Senate would
act.
There was a smattering of op
position in tne House put it was
smothered by a platoon of sup'
porters led by Chairman Carl
Vinson (D-Ga.) of the House
Armed Services 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.

Dulles, Adenaur Discuss
S6Vef Challenge To Berlin

BONN, Feb. 7 (UPD-U.S. Sec-1
retary of State John Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles and West German Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer said today they
have no basic policy differences
and are meeting to evolve speci specific
fic specific methods for dealing with the
Soviet challenge to free Berlin.
Dulles said upon his arrival
here from Paris that "these
thoughts about methods are still
in a formative stage, but' they
will be firm, common and unit united.
ed. united. v y .;: ,.
Dullfle flew here after similar
visits to London and Paris. ;
' The two statesmen
will have
first working
meeting at

West! IraSs 4 Power Bid

JTARNIVAL QUEENS AND VISITORS ereet each other and start festivities In the VIP room at

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Red Fishing
Boat Arrested
By Norwegians
BERGEN, Norway, Eeb. 7
(UPI) The Norwegian ..Navy to today
day today arrested a Russian fishing
boat that violated Norway's fish fishing
ing fishing borders,
The Norwegian naval 'command
here said that the Soviet trawler
was caught fishing two miles in inside
side inside the border. The vessel made
no. attempt to escape and a Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian boarding crew topi heT
over.
Vice Adm. Erling Hostvedt said
that the Russian trawler was be being
ing being taken into the .western harbor harbor-of
of harbor-of Aalesund.
It was the first Soviet boat go
be an"esleu suite uu, w..cj -eral
were brought in and their
skippers heavily fined.
Officials said the Navy mine minesweeper
sweeper minesweeper Qttra caught the trawler
with all its nets in the sea eight
nauical miles off the island of
Rundoey.
An armed Norwegian boading
pary went aboard the Russian
ship and the Russian crew offer offered
ed offered no resistance, the officials
said.
The two ships were expected
to reach Aalesund late tonight
and legal proceedings probably
will start on Monday.
The Norwegian Foreign Office
said the arrest was a case for
the police and will not be report reported
ed reported officially to the government.
Legal experts said the Russian
skipper would be fined about $2, $2,-000
000 $2,-000 and his catch confiscated.
When tiie fine is paid the boat
will be set free, they said.
toQay and will continue -their
talks tomorrow.
Greeting Dulles atfnearby Wahn
Airport, Adenauer said "it is on
ly natural, that leading states
men should want to meet, not a a-bout
bout a-bout the basis of policies, but on
methods of dealing jointly with
their opponents."
Dulles replied "we have talked
In the past often In times Of con considerable
siderable considerable difficulties. Now we face
another period of a difficult fu future,
ture, future, as the Soviets challenge our
righrs in Berlin, It is nqt neces necessary
sary necessary to reexamine the fundamen fundamentals
tals fundamentals of our legationship.,, Those
are unshakable. We do meet to
discuss methods .of common .ac
tion." v

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4-Day Carnival Spree Begins Tonight
With Coronations At Olympic Stadium

Queen Rehee I of Panama, who
was welcomed at noon today to
the capital city, will be crowned
at 8 p.m. at the Olympic Stadium
in a public ceremony. Four oth
er outstanding queens and sever
al lesser royal ladies will also
have coronets or diadems placed
on their tresses before tonight s
gaiety endsi
TomorrowHs Pollers Day. Be Beginning
ginning Beginning in: the afternoon and
reaching its height sometime aft after
er after 3 p.m. there will be informal
parading in cars and on foot a a-long
long a-long Central Avenue and the
main streets of Colon. Monday
afternoon there will also be in
formal parading in various cos costumes.
tumes. costumes. Clubs and hotels are open opened
ed opened for dancing on both evenings.
Shrove Tuesday, the climax of
Carnival, is a legal holiday in
the Republic. All places of busi business
ness business will be closed. In the Canal
Zone, a liberal leave policy on
Monday and Tuesday (and Ash
Wednesday also) will permit em employes
ployes employes to make their own plans
for celebrating.
Tusdav it th dav of tha of
ficial paradido to start from
the front n of ,Hotl El Panama
Hilton at exactly 3 p.m., tho
Carnival Junta announced to today.
day. today. Thore will be about 10 Junta
floats plus various trucks and
mobi! displays by clubs and
but nets concerns. All will bo
filltd with costumed ravolort.
Two foreign queens arrived to-
Linda Christian
Files Suit Against
Ty Power Estate
HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 6 (UPI) -Actress
Linda Christian, acting as
guardian for her two daughters,
filed a $200,000 claim today a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the estate of former hus
band Tyrone Power.
A claim filed by Miss Christian
in Superior Court asserted that
when she and the actor were div divorced
orced divorced in 1955, their financial set settlement
tlement settlement made no specific provi provision
sion provision for support of their daughters
Romina, 7, and Taryn, 5. ;
Miss Christian, said she was
promised a maximum of $43,000
a year alimony, for 11 years, with
the minimum set at $15,000 for
five years and $9,000 for six years
all depending on Power's earn-
incut
She said the agreement provid provided
ed provided that she support the children
during tne alimony period ana
that after the U-year term they
would determine further support
for tne daughters.
Power died tf a heart attack
last November while on movie lo
cation in Madrid-

Panama Hilton vnma T TTnlnn

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day to lend glaimor to the festi festivities.
vities. festivities. They are Miss Americas,
Mercedes Baquero, and Miss Hon Honduras,
duras, Honduras, Norma Rivas.
A qUeen-of-queens Miss Uni Universewho
versewho Universewho is Luz Marina Zuiua Zuiua-ga,
ga, Zuiua-ga, is- due in Monday from, her
home country of Colombia.
Before Panama's Queen Rence
receives her crown at the sta stadium
dium stadium tonight there will be flag
displays, with music and march marching,
ing, marching, honoring the visir.ors. Two
otner Queens, Carol I of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, and Anita I, Queen of
the Chinese Colony, will be
crowned.
Tickets are on sale at the
stadium for tonight's events.
This morning the Emerald
Queen of El Panama HUoo, Ai Ai-da
da Ai-da I, drove t'.irough Panaun sr.d
the Canal one accompanied by
her Carnival murga band. After
her trip tnrough Pacific Side
towns she was presented with
the golden key to the hotel by
general manager Ralph R. Re Re-ber.
ber. Re-ber. 'Our Gang' Kid
Of Old Is Dead
MEADVILLE, Pa. (UPI)-Don
Law, who endeared himself to ju juvenile
venile juvenile movie fans a generation
ago witti his portrayal of "Fats"
in the "Our Gang Comedies,"
died yesterday in Spencer Hos Hospital
pital Hospital here.
The 38-year-old Law was admit admitted
ted admitted nine days ago with an intesti intestinal
nal intestinal disorder. Hospital attaches
Uaid he had been treated for the
aliment last year.
It was the second death involv involving
ing involving a star of the "Our Gang"
series In less than a month. Carl
Switzer, who played the "Alfalfa"
role, was shot fatally Jan. 21 dur during
ing during an argument over $50 in Cali California
fornia California N
Law had managed a bus depot
in Meadville recently and previ
ously had been manager of
a men s clothing store. During
World War II he had operated a
theater in Ireland far the USO.
He retained a very active inter interest
est interest in, the theater, acting princi principal
pal principal roles in the Allegheny Play Playhouse
house Playhouse maintained by Allegheny
College, i He made frequent visits
to Hollywood to renew old ac acquaintances.
quaintances. acquaintances. Don played in a score of the
"Our Gang" comedies. He is sur survived
vived survived by his wife, Carole; his
daughter; Rhonda and Donna and
a son, Ronald. His mother, Mrs.
Catherine McGuire, lived in Mead Mead-vill.
vill. Mead-vill. and his father, Leo Law re resides
sides resides la Lake City., Fla.

Tocumen Aimort. Left to rieht

nnh' OiiMin- .iMaria v.iunni i
ws year 1 J, ai-il wataF
Tonight the En'.erald Queen
will be crowmd in the patio of
the hotel where she will reign al
so on the io!low.:ng threi nights
of Carnival.
Queen Vilma I of the Union
Club will be crowned Ltere to
night on the open-air terrace.
Queen Norita I of Colon will
also be crowned by enthusiastic
subjects.

One Gonzalez Still At Large
As Cops Nab Exhausted Pair

"Los tres Gonzalez" 'sought
since Wednesday are now reduc reduced
ed reduced to one.
Two o2 the three convicts who
escaped from the Gamboa Peni-1
tentiary early this week were nab
bed by Canal Zone polica yester yesterday'
day' yesterday' afternoon in the Foresi Pre
serve area.
The third convict, Quintin Gon Gonzalez,
zalez, Gonzalez, was reported to have at attacked
tacked attacked a 20-year-old woman in
Panama territory.
Tho capturod pair wore some somewhat
what somewhat tho worse for woar after
thoir threo-day outing in Ihe
buth country oast of Madden
Road in tho Forest Protorvo tac taction.
tion. taction. Ismael Gonzalez. 26. Panama
nian and Ernesto Gonzalez, 24,
San Bias Indians, are now back
in custody.
They were spotted shortly be before
fore before 4 p.m. yesterday by police
guard Haig Goffe as' the fugitives
made their way along an aband abandoned
oned abandoned military road, Road C-25-B,
in the forest preserve. The road
leads from Madden Road to Pa-
Insane Suspect
Caught In Bath
Of Zone Home
Julio Santamaria, 20, Panama
nian. one ot farce men who es
caped frjm the Corozsl Mentil
Hospital tatt Saturday, was
caueht at 12:30 n.m. toaax fonow
ing a call from a resident of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
The fugitive was taken in the
home after he had forced an rn
trance through s a bathroom win
dow. He offered no resistance.
Santamaria has been under hos
pital observation since last Sep September,
tember, September, pending U. S. District
Court trial for returning to the
Canal Zone after deportation.
He also has a previous record
ox leiomoua conviction.

Note To
Russian

ror mm raises 7

WASHINGTON. Feb 7

matic experts today were expected to finish drafting a
tentative allied proposal calling on Russia to participate
in a four-power foreign ministers conference this spring
on the issues of Berlin, Germany, and European security,
Official informants said the draft of the note prob
ably would be sent Monday to Paris for consideration by
the 14-nation NATO council.
The note, in effect, would constitute a rejection o(
Russian's Jan. 10 proposal for a 28-nation German peace
conference to meet by March 10 in Warsaw and Prague,
The Russians indicated they wanted to write p peqce
pact which would isolate and neutralize Germany and
possibly perpetuate its division.

The draft to be completed today
was hammered out by a "working
group" of representatives of the
United States, Britain, France and
West Germany.
The western Big Three and
their German allies are in general
agreement that the Big Four for foreign
eign foreign ministers meeting should be
held in the early part of May. of
ficials said. JJut they declined to J
aav whethBT" a'.snoeWiroat .rfntit
r.:r sBefiaiciaate ouM i
be augcested in the wonosedJ
luaii, r
Informed sources in London
said the west will send the offer
to Moscow in a week or 10 days.
The sources said British Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan, who
will travel to Moscow Feb. 21 for
a state visit, will sound out the
Soviets on the possibility or a fol
low-up conference at the summit
level next summer.
The possibilities of maior con
ferences on Germany and the Ber Berlin
lin Berlin crisis' emerged at Secretary of
a ate jonn roster Dunes firmed up
Western determination on Berlin
in his current series of conferences
in Western capitals.
Dulles and President Charles
de Gaulle held a "satisfactory"
90-minute conference in Paris
Friday and a creed that Western
rights in Be lin must be main-
i tained "by all available means."
nama, connecting with the Chi-1
va Chiva Trail about one, mile in inside
side inside the Canal Zone boundary.
ine convicts were walking to toward
ward toward Panama. As they saw Gofee
moving toward tiiem they broke
Into a run but came to an abrupt
halt after Goffe fired three shots
into the air. The shots also brought
police officer Jesse R. Marty, who
assisted in the final capture.
The two Gonzalez were dishevel
ed and worn out. The machetes
with which they had escaiped had
been discarded. The buah, which
had made pursuit slow and ar ar-dous,
dous, ar-dous, had also been a big factor
in their undoing.
ine captured men were return
ed to Gamboa. where both have
been serving sentences for bur burglary.
glary. burglary. Meanwhile, the third Gonzalez.
Quintin, a 23-.vear old Panamanian
who has been serving a total of
13 years for multiple auto theft,
was reported to have struck off on
his own about midday on Thurs
day.
Mai. B. A. Darden. chief of Ca
nal Zone police, and prison and
warden W. H. Munyon were on
their way to the seach area at
the time a report was received on
yuintin.
A Panamanian woman of the
Chilibre district had iust renorted
that a young woman friend of hers
nad been severely beaten by a
man answenne the third fufiitive s
uescripiJOD.
A thort distance from tho
first woman's horn p 1 1 c
found a sobbing 20-year old Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian woman. Sho reported
she wat bathing In a Marby
stream early in tho afternoon
when a man accosted and, at attacked
tacked attacked nor. Sho said th had
boon raped.
She had been beaten about the
face, end was sent to Santo To To-mas
mas To-mas Hospital for examination.
At the same time Panamanian
authorities and an aroused local
populous organized a close search
of the immediate area.
But no si en of the third Gonza-
i ks aaa m beea ioaril

Reject
Plea

(U9) WtAn AVttr
There was no indiratirm what
these "means" included. But the
West has insisted it win, nt
knuckle under to the Snvipt H.
mands that it get out of Berlin by
May 27. ,i
The note will propose a foreign
ministers' meeting hut win .m
time and place, This would have to

e worsea out with the Russians,
in West Was known tm fa m

fVa ttlirirfo fh la. .uuv i iJT..
K M 8 "ply to the
UW!S Jn. io urging-
30-n$tiQB conference on a German
peace treaty.
. u"es MacmUIan, whoW
ferred earlier this week, agreed
tentatively on these major points
hVussniaS-eria,leVel CnferenCB
flrlST" t0be hdl i
The conference to study the
German question generally, not
just the Soviet calls for a peace
treaty and Allied withdrawal from
Berlin. w
Th Terence to be restrlc
B Four powers, the
united States, Russia, Britain and
r ranee.
In Moscow, the announcement
of Macmil an's visit was taken by
Western observers as the first test
of Soviet Premier N i k i t a S.
Khrushchev's self pronounced
"thaw" m the cold war.
FBI's Top Ten List
Alters With Arresl
Of David bunion
NEW VflRK Voh t MTtf
David Lynn Thurston. 30. an
cape artist and one of the FBI's
iv mosi wanted men," lost hit
nerve and his freedom last night
in an attempted restaurant mk.
ber:
rfuu
Thurston, a fugitive wanted
in
roruana, ure.,t ned to hold U
manager Harry Roth of tha FW.
idian Restaurant with a gun last
night.
Thurston told Roth to fill up a
white cloth bag "or I'll kill you."
Roth's reply was: "Get out of
here, you bum."
The gunman wavered.
"Come on, beat it!" said Roth.
Thurston fled.
JiesiaurauL OUlCiai MerDert -OW'

lauuer ran to irauic patrolman
Herbert Matthews and pointed out
the fleeing Thurston.
The patrolman gave chase,
fired a warning shot in the air an?
Thurston surrendered at once.
Elizabeth Starts
Seventh Year
On Throne
LONDON (UPI) Queen EliA
beth observed without fanfare yel
terday the seventh anniversarj
of her accession to the throne.
Troops of the Royal Horse Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery fired a 41-gun saluto at
noon in Hyde Park and many
Britons flew the Union Jack, but

ior the Queen it was businesses

usual.
The War Office said the 41-gun
salute was traditional and .that

the number had no special fig
nificanco. r
Eight year eld Princes 'v
Anne was the only member of
the Queen's own royal family ba
band for the occasion. The Duke i;;.
of Edinburgh, the Queen's hus ;
band, was on a tour of Southeast it

Asia and lo-year-oio rrim
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river but good b deprived of every con-
'SH'SS2 esahommiss.ry. post office. a re-
VtlTfhat we now have a restaurant (and. I must say a
TiH nV is due s"?ictly to the efforts of our Civic Council We
very good or.r ) is aue swicuj u f w except the
very .got about hot bu?;fj r future
Sst&to these quarters to De reduced to ashes
ItM wrwho have decided our lives and property are not
orthth? money it costs to protect them: We need an Army during
peacetime, we are required by law to carry lutomobile inmiKa
Iven if we have never had an accident, we are exhorted to learn
Said even if we have not needed it in the past and by Heaven
we need fire protection, even if we have not had a fire in the nat
year or ten vears. It isn't yesterday'? fires that interest us-it is
the one fire that we might have tonight.
While I am on the subject, will somebody please tell me if the
Canal Zone Fire Department approves of crowded four-family units
with one single entrance, just one old central wooden stairway, no
other exit whatever except windows, which in the case of upoer
apartments are oretty far from the eround. no fire esc ape at all.
andnot even a fire extinguisher on the premises? That is what we
iL'l il.i I. that if Viia nnv Vioan dVemed

inn 15 me area uiai w ,.r
proper to close down our small but efficient margin of safety our

tire station.
Curses on thee, whoever is responsible.
The Unprotected.
UNION TREASURY

' Sir:
1 m.. t 11 s,..,a f tha Tha t aw rnntaini a verv sood article

X IIC OAUi 10 laauc me 11 '
relative to the Taft Act and union funds.
I Under the heading of labor, the following was published and
since many unions have different manners and systems of allowing
; members to set where their money has gone, it is well to note this
I "".'Filing Requirement.'' the jurisdiction under section 1337 of
the Judicial code cwhpels union M file financial report as required
s by aection 9 (f) and (g) of the Taft Act.
' To give rise to Jurisdiction under Section 1337. the basis of the
action must concern the validity, construction andor enforcement
of a statute, regulating commerce.
No administrative Action or remedy is available to union mem-
. bers, The Taft Act in mandatory in form. Case Turnsrall vs. Union
' 323 210
I f How does the Taft Act apply to unions on the Canal Zone? How
often must the books and finances be checked wi(,h a full report to
) the members? Must all expenditures made be fti accordance with
' the organizational by-laws?

Labor News
And
Comments

"I Know It's a One-Way Street, Buster.
MY WayMove!"

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CENTS AND NONSENSE
Sir:
r... u A nraiaa fnr what thav pan rin with

the grocery money, the little I give Mama and how she can make it
P. A J !. U -L .a- AHlAM Thai

gttetch over a two-weeK perioa. i inea wnen ue was wjr
lme amount only lasted me one week.
If we only had more women in our government to Bead bureaus,
ffiev would do more with the shrunken dollar' and we would not have

Mil a? large a national aeucit.
I think the sack dress looks well on many women, with their
Shape no other style is an improvement. There's a wonder drug to
we most everything, but never for what I get.
At ore time we fought against taxation without representation.
Siut bow we have too much of each. If I only had all the money that
Ht8v? aaved sccordine to the advertisers.
p, Drive fast and reckleai, $o you can have a alow and careful ride
i the cemetery. : .
t Am S.A.D.

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By VICTOR RIESEL
Award me a medal with clus clusters.
ters. clusters. 1 have just gone over ev every
ery every original word of Nikua
Kiimshcnev's seven-uour speech
to the soviet Communist Party $
21st Cooeress. 1 submit that uua

is actiun above and beyond the

call ol duty.
Fellow workers, now I even
know what Khrushchev thinks of

Comrade Zubkov. chairman of

the Krasnoyarsk integrated Expe Expedition
dition Expedition ol the Council tor the Siu Siu-oy
oy Siu-oy of the Productive Forces of
tiie US!SK Academy of Science
NiKita likes him. Zubkov agrees
with the boss on Socialism.
And what do these uocuments
show of lovarisa Khrushchev's
pleasure with boc.alism? Ihj
boss doesn't like it at all.
That is the big story ol the 21t
Congress. It will seep out souo
enough in other learned stuuies
besides this report. Nik.ta Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev has just revised Socialism.
That is fact. He has moved it
closer to Capitalism.

Chrushcbev has stuued tne so

viet State to the right.

Tms is evidence that the might-

ty Soviet State is in a mighty

sweat over cracks in its r' 'tuc-

tion lines and that Comr Mi Mi-koyan
koyan Mi-koyan came here for j in
patching up the system, waicii is

doings mighty well among the!

stars but not so well on earth.

Here are the quotes, buried a a-mong
mong a-mong hundreds of thousands of
words, to prove this:
"In Socialist society distribution j
is realized basically according to
the principle, 'From each ac according
cording according to his abilities, to each
according to his work.'
"This means that the predo predominant
minant predominant part of material anc cul cultural
tural cultural wealth is distributed among
the society's members ,in accord accordance
ance accordance with their labor contribution
to communal production," Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev said.
Earth tremors recorded at that
moment will undoubtedly be trac traced
ed traced to the swiftly revolving Karl
Marx in his British grave It has
been Marxist philosophy for more
than 100 years that Socialism
means "from each according to
his abilities, to each according to
his needs."
Now what Khrushchev, the re revisionist,
visionist, revisionist, has done is to tell the
thousands at the Soviet Congress
that he wants a full dav' work

for what passes for a full day's

pay in Russia. He says in so ma many
ny many words that those who don't
work won't eat, and those who
work will eat more and be richer.

The Socialist principle of dis-

trioutipn, (ja JDQnjey, food, apart

ments, cars, ic. Vlt) accord

ing to work is based on the

admission of the impossibility of
an equalizing distribution in the
period of Socialism," Khrushchev
said in startling retreat from
the former positions of Lenin,
Marx'and a fellow named Joe
Stalin.
"This is the only sensible and
just principle of distribution in
the given conditions. One cannot
fail to see that equalization would
lead to unjust distrbution."
Now hear this:
"Both the good and bad work workers
ers workers would receive the same. This
is advantageous only for idlers.
Thus the material incentive of
people to work better, to increase
labor productivity, to produce
more, would be undermined.
"Equalizatl6n would mean not
a transition to Communism hut

the discrediting of Communism."

Khrushchev reported that all

this business about all men ro
longer being eaual in shnn anri

iactory was approved List No-

vemDer by millions of Soviet ri-

tizens. Comrade K said that more
than 968,000 meetings were held

in enterprises ana projects, at

collective and state farms, in sci scientific
entific scientific and educational estahliah.

ments, in army and navy detach detachments
ments detachments and at Soviet institutions."

omraoe Big then said that
these meetings "were attended bv

more man 70.000.000 nannla ni

it... l !'-

mese, more tnan 4.672.oim mm

rades "made remarks.

menti and suBEestion

In addition, said Khrushchev,
"Central and local

Soviet bodies, editors of newspa

pers, periodicals, radio and tv
received from working people o o-ver
ver o-ver 650,000 letters and artir!f

with iuggestions and remarks a a-bout
bout a-bout various sections of the the
ses on target figures. Of these,
over 300,000 hive' been publish published."
ed." published." Apparently Comrade K and
the oer Russians have discov discovered
ered discovered the secret for successful
Communism Capitalist produc production.
tion. production. Little wonder Mikoyan en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed Wall Street and the supermarkets.

Walter Winchell In New York

NEW YORK NIGHT
Celebs About Town: Shelley
Winters (togged in white cloih
coat and wnue babushka) s.uay s.uay-ing
ing s.uay-ing a pipe shop's window display
on Mauison near 4&th. .Lucille
Ball hiding her unusual orange
tresses with a brunette irosted
wig. .Jackie Robinson (former
Dodgers star), whose hair ia now
almost all-white. . .Esther W 1 1-

liams. completely dry (even to

the martini, dining at the Bird
'n Glass. .Judy Holliday being
introduced to Billie Holiday at
the Villag Vanguard. .Marilyn
Monroe sleeping soundly on the
front seat of her small German
car as groom Arthur Millar snails
his way through crosstown traf

fic. .Pat Boone gorging him

self from a heaping platter of

vegetables at the 57ih Street Au

tomat near t6h. .Mar.ha Hyer,

Sinatra's frustration in "Some

Came Running" (a very good

show), soda sipping in the Astor

Hotel druEgery. .Zsa-Zsa "do!

linking" everyone in sight at Sar Sar-di'i.
di'i. Sar-di'i. Sallies In Our Alley. One of his
aides walked into Frank Sina Sinatra's
tra's Sinatra's dressing room the other
day and announced: "Someone
waiting to see you. He's very im important".
portant". important". ."How important,"
chuckled Firank, "can a he be?"
. .Showgirls from "The World
of Suzie Wong" and "The Flower
Lrum Song" were chatting about
the new sliow, "Tall Story". .
"Hmm," hmrai'd one, "what an
odd title."

ite?. .The James Hammersteins

are asunder but not unmarried.
. .The Half Moon Hotel (Monte (Monte-go
go (Monte-go Bay) is ge.ting the big play
rom tne Snbb Sei. . .Aiarjone
Fields, the playwright's daugnter,
merging with ad exec James
Dowoey?. .Vic Damone's frei frei-ty
ty frei-ty Baby is Victoria Caldwell. She
Hew in from the coas. to be clos closer.
er. closer. .They say Anna Magnani
lost her li'l ol' heart again. This
time to Dr. Jonah Guido, noted
Italian heart medic. .Gertrude
Ederle's memoirs, "Don't Weep
For Me," have film studios and
publishers bidding, .Mrs. Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's column recently men ioned
that a couple gave her a lift on
a rainy morning. This is to in inform
form inform Eleanor that the gracious
man in that cat was m associate
of Johnny Dio, no ed underwond underwond-er
er underwond-er now doing 15 to 30 in prison.

his 68 years hat been a waiter at
Hoselanu. .Marlon Brando, who

Mien uses the name Lord Gray

sii oke when checking into a ho ho-til.
til. ho-til. it is larzan's real name in

the book by Edgar Rice Bur Bur-rougai.
rougai. Bur-rougai. .fefram Zimbalist, 'Jr.,

the star, who mothers a golden

singer Beverly .enney, who is a

,p lvate eye between bookings. .
Vivian Cook, leggy brunette
beaut in the Johnny Mathis-Copa
show, was a theater owner last
year. The Aurora in Baltimore.

Merry-Go -Round

h Dnnw PEARSON

Why Chefs Wear Those Hats.
The iashion was started in .ne
iiwj oy Vi.lei, nrst oi the g.eat
Frenchefs. .At that time kitcn kitcn-ens
ens kitcn-ens oi moharchs (and ojier nooil nooil-ity)
ity) nooil-ity) had so many, chef a Mons

va.el started the vogue to dis

tinguish the most important tnan

Broadway Sketch: TalluJah
Bankhead was asked by an inter interviewer:
viewer: interviewer: "Do yo- ever smoke cig cigars
ars cigars in public? Or anything like
that to attract attention?". .
"No," said the s'.ar, "I don't
have to smoke cigars to attract
attention. T just stay at home and
(people wonder what I'm up to."

Memos of a Midnighter: Sep Separated
arated Separated Mrs. O. Reynolds (Virei

nia Pine) shopping for an Alaba

ma abrogation to wed a social

in tne kiteiien. .The Higher the
hat the more important he chef.

Broadway Novelet: Magazine j Va.el, very temperamental, com-

writer Nanette Kutner was the nutted suicide because a dinner

press-agent for George White's Ine was ng tor Madame s

"Scandals" in the long ago. .

The show had two prima donnas.

. .Rose Perfect and Frances Wil Williams.
liams. Williams. .For their solos, each
ware a low cu b'.ack velvet eve evening
ning evening gown. .One night Frances
pinned a fresh white gardenia on
her frock. .1 e next show Miss
Perfect, not to be outdone, pin pinned
ned pinned on two. .Frances came back
with three and so on. .At Nan Nanette's
ette's Nanette's ins igation the drama pag pages
es pages and columnists took it from
there. They called it "The Battle
of the Gardenias" and the war
raged until the p.'odiicer sopped
it. He said audiences, wanted to
hear songs "not count flowers".
reached six gardenias and the
newspapers declared her the'vic the'vic-for.
for. the'vic-for. .Frances Williams, felt she
had been gypped. .At ho uner uner-al
al uner-al last week Frances received
seven gardenias, i .The card was
signed: Nanette.

Cast of Characters: Debonair
Duke of Windsor, who buys in
expensive face cosmetic for his
feet. . The new RorkondroH
group named the RockFellers.
. .Herman Fisher, who for 34 of

SNOW PELTS SICILY
PALERMO, Sicily (UPI)-Snow
fell in many areas of Sicily yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Generally It melted as soon
as it hit the ground. Except on
the lofty slopes of Mt. Etana, snow
is rare on this Mediterranean Island.

wm. Avle w.wM'4nv-' i
aruiiTr Acclaimed as the first new

development in patachutaa in 50 jreara it this one-, of
cloth bladea that tiMit like helicopter'! i rotor Known ,aa th
Vortex Ring parachute,. It wat designed by David T. Barlah,
87-yar-old New York aeronautical engineering coMultant.
It hai leaa weightr and bulk than conventional chute but has
twice the drag efficiency. Successful itsti have brought it to
. the attention of the muiUry,

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
W make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual t&fty deposit boxes, for jewelry and ;
documents, in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street
0. A. De R0UX,
Manaf er

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of Hh St.
CARLOS M0UYNES V.,
Sub-Msnaeer

. HOURS:
From 1:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 nootl

oe Sivigne, had no lish. It came

la.e. .ine original cnef hats

were pleated and worn straight

up. Some used to decorate their

hats with medals they won;

August Escottier, who considered

himsell supeirior to any chef,

wore a black hat when he ruled

the kitchens of the London Ritz.
. .Most 0. the hats are made by

the chef s wife or swee.ie. .

Chefs, usually meek, mild people,
become' the opposite when they

don their huts. When a chef
resigns he merely puts his hat

on tne boss' desk and walks a

way. A chef can be fired by the
owner walking into the kitchen

and removing the chef's hat.

The Orchid Garden: The act
called "The Guys and Two Dolls."
Usually seen at smart club

dates. .Earl .Grant's Decca of

"Evening Rain". ."The MiS'

tress" at the Guild Theater The

critics gave it fine reviews. .

Richard D. Zanuck's production of

"Compulsion." Dan-yl's son is a

chip of" the old blockbus er. .,
Bobby Short's wailin' at the Wey

lin. .Morgana King's album,
"Let Me Love You". .Dorothy

Donegan s jazzle-dazzle at the
Embers.

NEW ORLEANS -i This city
is famous for iti oil, its beauti-;
ful Creole women, Its bizarre
French Quarter, its Mardi Gras. i
and for, the Mississippi "Mother,

of Waters" which pour 406.Z5O,.

000 tons of Midwest silt into me
Gulf of Mex'co every year. 2
Less famous is a resident of
New Orleans who has affected
the lives of millions. He is Dr.
Alton Ochsner of Tulane Univer University,
sity, University, who about 20 years ago be began
gan began pounding away at the theo theory
ry theory that cigarette smoking caus caused
ed caused lung cancer.
Nobody paid much attention to
him at the time. Even most of
his medical associates doubted
his research. 1
But Ochsner kept pounding,
kept reading papers to medical
meetings, showing what .happen!
to rats when subjected to cigar cigarette
ette cigarette smoke.
Today, as a result of Ochsner's
crusade, the U.S. Public Health
Service has o ficially warned A A-merican
merican A-merican smokers that" cigarettes
are conducive jf lung cancer.
The British Mtdical Society,
the American Cancer Soc'ety and
others have also gone on record
regarding cancer and cigarettes.
"I am so proud of the Ameri American
can American Cancer Society," Ochsner
said when I talked to him in the
Boston Club in New Orleans.
"One year ago it passed a reso resolution
lution resolution that tiwas it? duty to call
attention to the effect of cigar cigarettes
ettes cigarettes not only on the lungs but
the heart. The American Heart
Society proceeded to crit'eize us
for invading its territory. But the
Cancer Society stuck to its guns.
"It's the tobacco tars which
cause cancer of the lung and it's
the nicotine which affects the ar arteries,"
teries," arteries," Ochsner explained. "To "Tobacco
bacco "Tobacco can be grown today with without
out without nicotine, but the c'gsrette
companies won't use it, because
it's the nicotine which gives the
cigarette smoker a lift."
Ochsner, though long a resident
of New Orleans was born in
South Bako a. He is watching a
bill introduced in the South Dako Dakota
ta Dakota Leg-'slature by, Don Stransky,
which would require a skull and

crossbones to be stamped on ev every
ery every package of cigarettes sold in
that state.

HUEY LONG'S GHOST
Huey Long, the late "Kingfish,"

has been dead more than 20
years, but his ghost still hangs
over the bayous of Louisiana.

His brother still sits as Gover Governor
nor Governor in the Executive Mansion,
his son is ;n the United States
Senate, his former associate, Al

len? EHender. .is the other Sena

tor, while un until his death his

brother served in the House of
Representatives. With the magic

name of "Lon" you can be e e-lected
lected e-lected to anything.
vAnd the light which focuses on

the statue of Hupy in front of the
Louisiana Capitol still burns, day

and night. Sam Jones, when Gov

ernor, pulled the fuse for a time,
but aside 'rom that the light has

never flickered.

"I don't care what the cities

think about me," Huey used to

say, "as long as the country folks

are with me.

And the country folks who e-

lected him Governor and Senator

and would have kept on electing
him indefinitely if he had not
died of an assassin's bullet, are

still with him.

The bridges he built, the free
school books he instituted, are
still remembered. The harangues,
the f libusters, the clowning, the

grotesque grandstanding, are for
gotten.
No one has yet solved the mys

tery of who really shot Huey

Long. Was it the mild little doc

tor. Carl Weiss, who WSs. moved

down by Huey's ; bodyguard? Or

was it a member of the body
guard?
There have been years of spe

culation and no one still really
knows the answer.
The only sure thing is that the
man who built up a little politi political
cal political empre for himself in Loui-

The Late Show: Democratic big biggies
gies biggies Carmine De Sapio and Chas.
Buckley, gleefully discussing Re Republican
publican Republican Governor Rockefeller,
were overheard saying: "Let him
pile on all the taxes he wants"
, .Charles Revson, owner of
Revlon, made over $800,000 (aft (after
er (after taxes) disposing of some mi minor
nor minor stocks last week. .Singer .Singer-dancer
dancer .Singer-dancer Johnny Bachemin was
held over 3 months at the Vegas
Dunes. Such a hit. .AGVA pull pulled
ed pulled Tempest Storm out of her $2, $2,-Quo
Quo $2,-Quo a week s rip job on 52nd
Street because the night club
wouldn't past a bond. Amateur
strippers are getting the jobs. .
Lovely Temple Texas, once a
show-doll (then an actress), is
now press-a gen ing the show-gals
in "Gypsy," Elhel M e r m a n's
next .Mary Montoy of "Suzie"
and Michael Lawrence ef "Gaze "Gazebo"
bo" "Gazebo" are uh-ht. .Jon Hall and
Raquel Torres Ames are expect expected
ed expected to merge soon. .Don't invite
Jimmy Durante and Buddy Hack?
et to the same benefit. . .Cor .Cor-rec
rec .Cor-rec ion: In the suit filed by Re Rebecca
becca Rebecca Wells against Brad Gold Gold-berg'
berg' Gold-berg' (to have a Mexican divorce
declared null and void) the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court has not as yet de decided
cided decided this issue. The dissension
between Franca Nuyen and her
leading man at "Wong" has the
producers nervous.

Sounds in the Night: At Lln Lln-d
d Lln-d s: "She's terribly cultured.
Can bore you on any subject". .
At Andre's: ".My agent gets
teri percent of everything except
my enemies". .At Cafe .Leon:
"Don't drag It on', Just give me
the lies" .At the Golden Fid Fiddle:
dle: Fiddle: "He's in his eaiy 60s tod
she's la his lata thousands."

siana, Arkansas and c Mississippi
tnd was feared iu the Nbrtii ,a
a potential dictator, is still rever revered
ed revered along the bayous of Louisia Louisiana.
na. Louisiana. i 4

' MARDI ;GRAS WORK-UP
Anastas Mikovan rrl In.

to the' Inner sanctum nf th mnct

elite business clubs of-the nation
and; seemed perfectly at home 1n
these conservative surrmirinincu

He would have rubhnri hi aval

however, had he attended one of

me mastsea nans which precede
Mardi Gras in New. Orleans.
Most people, have the idea that
Mardi Gras is a few days of bois boisterous
terous boisterous revelry brecedme the first

day of Lent 4n the once French

city of New Orleans. I: Isn't.

Mardi Gras is the French tor

"Fat Tuesday," referring to 'the
fat ox wHch was paraded

through the streets by the French
on the day before Leni. This was

the Mardi Gras as, originally, cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated in Mobile, Ala., and New

Orleans back m the 1700's before
the United States purchased the
territory.

In recent years, however, the

energetic citizens of Ne Or

leans have gone the French one
better. In fact, they have gone
the French about (iO, better. For
instead of one day of revelry on
Shrove- Tuesday. ;here are now

60 balls preceding the Mt. clrniax

wnen jyns ex is crowned n
front of the Boston Club on Ca Canal
nal Canal Street.

Almost every night in the week

for two months, a segment of
New Orleans turns out f or a M tr-

di Gras ball, pome of them be being
ing being such eye-oonner that Apas Apas-tas
tas Apas-tas Mikoyan would h-ve thought
he was at the Moscow Ballet
Theatre.

The recent ball staged by the

Krewe of Athenians celbraterl 50

years of Mardi Gras raeeanry
and took a year of preparation
under the direction' of Frank

Richardson.

Some guests, notablv movie mo

gul Spyros Skouras of 20h' Cen'u-

ry-Fox, him'elf a native of Ath

ens, came all the way fron New

York. And M'koyn might have

blinked a bit at the si(fht of the

?on of another Grck immitfranti
William G. Helis, Jr., sitting re

splendent on ,a golden throne, nu

in the masked revelers.

The only citi7en of New Or

leans, incidentally, who can stand
the pace of the eO'Mari G t a s,
balls is Edgar R. du Mont, aged
92. He never misses one.

PLEDGE COOPERATION
LONDON (UPI) Polish and

Yugoslav experts 'in Warsaw,
night pledged extended techn ral

cooperation between the two nar

tions including exchange of tech

nicians, according to agency re reports
ports reports 1 monitored here. .-

The first small firearms ap appeared
peared appeared late in the 14th century
and were known ts hand can-
nons. .They ha,d copper, or, iron
tubes for barrels which' were
closed, at. the rear. Near the
tmtt was drllled'i small

"loucnrftoiev for setting fire jto

xne powdef Inside. The bu

end ended in a hollow socket
which fitted into v atraight
wooden stick or stock.
e Encyclopedia Brltanhlca

Literary Lesson

Answer to Posvloue Puzzle

ACROSS
1 Fairy queen
4 Ridge
8 English
essayist
12 Poat't product
13 Portent
14 Pseudonym of
Charles Lamb
15 woodman
of Ox
16 Emissary
18 Flower parts
20 Feminine
appellation
21 Writer, Carl
Doren
22 "Emerald Isle"
24 Gaze
26 Vegetable

27 Males
30 Light
32 Under
the Elms"
,34 Metric
measures
3SiHandtoma
man
36 Compass point
37 English school
39 Roster
40 Sinclair Lewis'
hero,
Timberlana
41 f Angelas,
. California
42 story
45 Holy
49 Holy bnd
51 Uncle Tom's
pet
52 Nautical tarm
1 53 Fairy stick
54" Badge
of Courage"
55 Cross
56 Individual
7 Theater sign

DOWN
1 Bright sayings
2 Mine entrance
3 Spanish
dramatist
4 Alcott'a
"Little-"
5 Prayer ending
6 Renter
7 Abstract being
t Bolshevik
leader
9 Seaweed
10 Bearing
11 -back
rider
17 Prepared a
manuscript
19
Antoinette

m

m

1

23 Fortification
24 Heap
25 Shield
26 Defeats
27 Clergymen
28 Goddess
29 Bird's home
31 Handles
33 Law maker
38 Gaelic bard
40 Belief

41 German lyrics
42 Mast
43 Nimbus
44 Bread spread
46
Lindbergh
47 Always
48 Pedestal pari
50"
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN kS INDEPENDENT DAILY N1WSPAPES
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Granville Gordon
Of Rainbow City
Aided For IIYSIudy
In order to take advantage of a
course at the Manhattan School of
Printing under the GI Bill of Rights
Granville i Gordon, left for the
United States about two week
tgo. '
Gordon's attempts to obtain
l.elp toward attending the school
iound response from the following
organizations: Club Altamira, the

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CONGRATULATIONS Lt. Gen. Rldgely Gaither, Commander
In Giief -Caribbean; congratulates Sp4 Dale V. Marting for
bis exceptionally meritorious service that resulted in the award
vt the Armv Commendation Ribbon yesterday. Marting, a
draftsrilan assigned to the office of the Caribbean Command
Assistant Chief of -Staff J-3, received .the medal .for the pro pro-resional
resional pro-resional excellence of hiswork.1 and his initiative and devotion
to duty thatrcohtributed to successful functioning of the Plans
and Operations division of the unified command. The award
was presented in a. ceremony in the Commander in Chief's
office at the headquarters at Quarry Heights.. (Army Photo)

McEIroy Doubts Risk In Holding
Military Spending To $41 Billion

WASHINGTON r(UPI) De

fense Secretary Neil H. McEIroy

lienied yesterday that President

Eisenhower's proposal to hold new
military spending to 41 billion
dollars would involve any t'serious
calculated risk" to U.S. defenses.
Completing his 14th day of tes tes-timony
timony tes-timony on Capitol Hill since Con Congress
gress Congress convened a month ago, Mc Mc-Elroy.
Elroy. Mc-Elroy. also defended the Eisenhow Eisenhower''
er'' Eisenhower'' administration s. j decision
againstrtrying tp match Russia's
likely output of intercontinental
ballistic missiles. 1
While the defend secretary was
appearing. 1 before the House
Armed .Services Committee, Wil William
liam William Mc,Chesney Martin Jr.,
chairpin of the Federal Reserve
Board, tojd another committee
that Congress should raise taxes
if it "wanted to 'increase defense' or
foreign' afd spending.
In testimony before the Joint
Economic Committee, Martin also
echoed the warnings of the Presi President
dent President and his fiscal advisers
against the dangers of inflation.
But he said that as chairman 'Of
the independent reserve board, he
did not;regard' himself as reapon reapon-ibl
ibl reapon-ibl tS the President; ;

'Martih; s8id'?the ;H6Vs efio-

nomic ;jie,aun was "generally fa favorable"
vorable" favorable" and1' that it -was 'enter 'entering
ing 'entering a phase of resumed economic
growth" after recovering from
last year's recession.
But Jie said there was "a lot
of inflamable material . lying
around'', that eould feed the fires
of future inflation.
Some Democrats have charged
that Eisenhower was sacrificing
adequate defense to achieve his
goal of a balanced budget.

In dnying this, McEIroy said the
budget was drawn up "with the
sound realization that we review
our military position month by
month and can change it as we
please." v
McEIroy said again that Russia
and the United States would be
neck-and-neck in production of op operational
erational operational intercontinental ballistic
missiles at the end of this year.'
But he conceded that beginning in
1960, Russia would pull ahead if
full ; Soviet productive capacity
was used and the U.S. missile pro program
gram program was unchanged.

Panama
Oalimoo

One hundred and 13 passengers,
including lo Canal employees are
booked to sail from Ne wtfork for
Cristobal yesterday, aboard the
Panama I iner Anrnn. arenfrtiner

io, th advance passenger list.

Among tne passengers bound for

Bureau of. the Budget;, Twen!yi

one passengers are bookeor for
Fort au Prince Haiti. '
1 Canal employees sailing' for
Cristobal are Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond L. Harvey. Miss Emma E.
Klineer. Mr. and Mrs w n a h

Maloney, Mr. and Mrs. James J.
Maloney, Miss Helen H. Owens,

jyiiss manna k. i'oobieslski, Mr.
and Mrs. John P. Runck, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward J. Shepherd, Mr.
and Mrs. Rnlinh K Sir in nor ,nA

two employees.

Atlantic Side 'Beavers, the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women's Club, Army
Mothers and the Amigas de Cari Cari-aad.
aad. Cari-aad. ,.-v ',-
The club's assistance covered
transportation, preparation and
enrollment expenses..'
Gordon. graduate of the Rain

bow City Uigb School, served

with the u.i. Army at t. Kobbe
and Korea for more than three
year after volun.eering at Ft.
Amador. i r:
The 6-year-old Panamanian
sailed on the "Saga mi Mam".
Combining cfirfs to assist the
former GI. were Mrs. Ruth Rube Rube-Hi
Hi Rube-Hi oi the American Red Cross at
Cristobal, Mrs. Una Genore of
Club Altamira, Mi.-s. Bertilda Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin of the Inter-American Wo Women's
men's Women's Club, Mrs. Claris Arthurs
of the Atlatstic Side Beavers, a re representative
presentative representative of the' Amigus derCa-;
ridad and the Army Mother Club
of Colon. c

Army Draftsman

Herq Ces Service
Ribbon, Pendant
Sp 4 Dale V. Marting, a drafts draftsman
man draftsman in the office of the Asst,
Chief of Staff J-3, Caribbean
Command, was awarded the Ar Army
my Army Comunendation Ribbon with
Metal Pendant yesierday by lit.
Ridgely Gaither, Commander in
Chief Caribbe. n.
Mairting received the award for
exceptionally meritorious service
in carrying out his duties as a
draftsman with professional com competence
petence competence and keen devotion to duty
for the period from June 1957 to
Feb. 1959. y
The award, presented in a brief
ceremony in Gaither's office at
the unifited command headquart headquarters
ers headquarters at Quanry Heights, cited hm
for his lireless efforts, his great
technical ability and his conscient conscientious
ious conscientious and enthusiastic accomplish

ment of his job. His ability to work
harmoniously with personnel of
all services in developing a variety

of visual aids was described as

being an inspiration to all his as associates.
sociates. associates. His willingness to .complete,, as assigned
signed assigned tasks regardless of a rou routine
tine routine duty schedule was also cited
as being particularly noteworthy.

Marting is leaving for the UnitedJ

biaies uus wees ana eveniuuauy
for his home in Garnavillo, la.

afteir, separation from service

with the.U.3.- AtTny.. vV

As a civilian, Marting plans to
continue his study of engineering

at Tri-State College in Indiana.
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BAD TO WORSE
CHICAGO UPI) Leonard
Lowenstein, 3, explained today
why -he fled from a policeman,
only to wind up w'th eight tickets
for reckless driving, speeding, im improper
proper improper turns and going through a
red light.
"I didn't want to get a ticket,'
he said.

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xne seeK-and-destroy mlssUes use an infrared trackina

World Champion Italian Bridge Team
Pins Hopes On New Bidding System

? NEW YORK, Feb. (UPI-The

world champion Italian bridge
teani today pinned its hopes- for

a successful title defense on a

new bidding system" developed on

ly iapfew months ago.

Former Pinup Girl

Seeks To Disprove

Hubby's Bad Morals
WASHINGTON rUPI) Dale

Belmont, "the girl with the blue

velvet voice to tnousanas oi
World War n veterans, is asking
one; of them for help.
The one-time pinup girl, now
Mrs. Joe Bonds, wrote President
Eisenhower asking for' aid in her
battle to disprove norals charg charges
es charges sgainst her "husband. Mrs.

Bonds said her husband was

'framed with false testimony".
The 34-year-old singer said her
husband was convicted of sodomy

involvina a 15-vear-old girl, and

was being held in a "District of

Columbia jail for Texas officials.
Dallas County authorities said
Bond had skipped a $1Q,000 bond
pending appeal of an eight-year
prison sentence.
The White House said Mrs.
Bond's letter would be sent to the
Justice Department for routine
checking.

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Mrs. Bonds, who said more
than 100,000 servicemen received
her pinup photo during World
War II, said she hoptd as Presi President
dent President and as a "fellow human
being. .you' do not want to see
an injustice done."
"We have written proof, witnes witnesses,
ses, witnesses, and signed affidavits to
prove my husband's innocence."
she wrote, "but they will not let
us present them,
'We came to Washington be because
cause because we believed we i could get
justice here," she wrote.

The Italian team, which won
the world title for the second time

in a row at Como, Italy, last year,
will faqe teams from the United

States and Argentina in tne cnam-

pionship- play which begins here

tomorrow.
Dr. Federico Rosa, Secretary
General 6f the Italian Bridge Fed Federation,
eration, Federation, predicted the event would

find Italy and Argentina battling

for top honors because both will
use the new "Flori Romano" (Ro (Ro-,man
,man (Ro-,man Clubs) bidding system.
The Fioro Romano system In Involves
volves Involves an opening one-club bid, re regardless
gardless regardless of the cards the bidder
is holding. It is a highly artificial
bid which has specialized .mean .meanings
ings .meanings and calls for special conven conventional
tional conventional resnonses. it is similar to
the so-called. ?Vanterbilt Club"
bid used in this country.
"The American team is the re

sult of what the Vanderbilt Cup
and the Summer Nationals have
produced in the last seven months
and that is "a formidable squad,'
Rosa said.
"But the Italians and the Argen Argen-fnes
fnes Argen-fnes have an ace in the hole a
bidding system called 'Fiori Ro Romano'
mano' Romano' which was developed just a
few months ago. This system was
adopted also by the Argentines,
and for this reason I think that
the Argentine team could chal challenge
lenge challenge the Italian supremacy much
more seriously than the Ameri Americans."
cans." Americans." Rosa and the' Italian team, in including
cluding including Walter Avarelli. Girg'o
Belladonna. Eugenio Chiaradia,

Immo 'Alelio, Pietro Forquet, Gu Gu-glielmo
glielmo Gu-glielmo Siniscalco and non-playing
Capt. Carlo Alberto Peroux,
arrived here yesterday The tour tournament
nament tournament will continue through Feb.
y.
' The American team will include
Henry Fishbein, Samuel Fry Jr.,
Lee Hazen, Sidney Lazsrd, Leon Leonard
ard Leonard B. Harmon, Ivar Stakgold,
and non-playing Capt. Charles J.
Solomon.
The Argentine players are Al Alberto
berto Alberto Berisso, Ricardo Calvente,
Alejandro Castro, Carlos JDibar,
Arturo Jaques, Egisto Rocchi-and
non-playing Capt. Dr. Luis Santa
Coloma.

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NOBLES OF ABOU IAAD TEMPLE tNTIOTAIN
TONIGHT AT FIRST SOCIAL EVENT OF YEAR
A social event of this timing will bo an introduction
party for Nobles of Abou iaa Temple and their ladles. The
party wiU bo fctM In tho now Tomplo Units Building.
TMnow Divan officers wlU bo presented. Cocktails will
"wVmZtiUVttili visiting in thl. aroa aro invitod

to attend.
British Aid leelety
Holds Annual Meeting
The annual general meeting
the British Aid Society was Mid
t tho British Embassy. Ta
served after the meeting.
Tho now committee includes
Mrs. Donald Halman, chairman;
Mrs. H. Barber, treaiurer; Mrs.
G. Lee, lecretary. Charity chap chapmen
men chapmen are Mri. F. Denton, Mrs. R R-A.
A. R-A. Farquharson, Mrs. Jaime ai ai-faro
faro ai-faro and Mri. H. Conto Mendoia.
Mrs. Terlfice Foro wai elected,
but declined tho office.
Lady Henderson end Mrs. Ame Amelia
lia Amelia Alfaro will continue as presi president
dent president and vice president of the
group.
Cristobal Women's Club
Hears Judoe Hllhlnoer
The monthly meeting of the
Cristobal Women's Club wss held
Wednesday in the Bed Crots rooms

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! From the Humane Society of
New York comes a sensible list
'tt questions you should ask your your-self
self your-self before getting your tmiu a
PUne catch is that any parent
who answered the quesuous re realistically
alistically realistically an.i honestly would put
"off acquiiing a pet indefinitely.
Try questjn one: Wull your
Xhild accpt the responsibility tor
an animal?
! Any parent who answers that
question with an unqualified "yes
doesn't know much about either
children or animals.
Almost always, the ,et that is
going to be Junior's very own soon
belongs 'o either Mama or Papa.
Animals 1-ve to 'omp and play
with kids, but they're smart
adult to get them out of scrapes,
ick, and to make sure feeding
miniser. to them when they are
Sick, and to make sure feeding
time is never skipped.
. So usually they give their great greatest
est greatest love and loyalty to an adult in
the household.
Next, the prospective owner i
asked to consider how the pet
mil 11 fit in hit hnuitflold
Make no mistake. In timelhe pet
will take over.
The family may start out with
the best intentions for treating
the pet like a cat or a dog. lBut
goon it will be treated not iust )'ke
A member of the family, but like
a star boarder.
I've seen cats sitting on the fi fi-.nest
.nest fi-.nest furniture in the Monies of the
most meticulous housekeepers.
.And our own Sam, a big black La Labrador
brador Labrador with t fraying muule and
arthritic joints, is getting a heat heating
ing heating pad to keep him cozy while he
sleeps.
Another pointer for those consi considering
dering considering a pet is that everyone in
.the house must want s' pet.
The pet will take care of the del del-M"ting
M"ting del-M"ting member of the family.
Pets teem to have an uncinnv
way of knowing which member
voted against taking them in, end
hey don't rert until they'v made
the dissenter their most loyal
champion.
TV ihiector is quickly reducei
to explaining sheepishly, "I don't
like most-dogs, but Spot is diffr-
em. ne s so smart he's almost
human,"
So my advice Is get the pet If
y6u want him, and leave it to him
!'tVml hi Piece In the family
circle.
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Every Saturday
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.

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with Mrs. Michael Greene presid presiding.
ing. presiding. Judge L. B. Hills nger was the
guest speaker. His topic was the
Declaration of Independence.
Mrs. Verne Priet was present
ed a life membership for 25 years
of service in the club. Three oth other
er other life members who attended the
meeting were Mrs. 1., Eno, Mrs.
Thomas, now of Florida,
Miss Claire White, accompanied;
by Misi Esther M Her at the pia piano,
no, piano, entertained with vocal selec
tioni.-
A Valentine's theme was car
rled out in decorations in the din dining
ing dining room, where tea was served
by Mrs, R. Neeley and her com committee.
mittee. committee.
Plans were announced for a
class in basic sewing, to be start started
ed started soon. Interested persons should
call Mrs. Pennock 3-2151, or Mrs.
W. Dixon, 3-2565. Another planned
club activity is a cIsm In florl
arrangement, to be headed by
Mrs. C, T. Swearinpen, Dates are
to be announced later.
DeMelays Install
Officers Tenlfht
An open Installation of o'ficers
of the Pacific Chanter, Order of
DeMolay, will be held this eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 at the Scottish Rite
Temple in Balboa.
Frank Baggott Jr will be ins installed
talled installed as Master Counc ilor.

2 New Respiratory Viruses
Discovered, Vaccine On Way

WASHINGTON (UPD Surgeon
General Leroy E. BUrney report'
ed today that two new reiplrai.ny
viruses, which cause .ntiueoza.
like illnesses, have been aiscov
ered.
Burney said a recent studv by
Public Health Service scientists
showed the viruses caused more
acute respiratory illnrxses anionc
hospitalized children and infants
than Asian flu last year.
Officials told a reporter J vac vaccine
cine vaccine is being developed as protec protection
tion protection against the highly Ciiaivginus
viruses. Burney described the dis-
Sovery as "an important advance
gainst one of our major public
health problems."
The study wag carriod on
among hospital zed indigent chil
dren in the Washington nrex dur during
ing during 1957-58.
"Results of the large scale
study on the role of these vi viruses,"
ruses," viruses," Burney said, "show that
on a year-round basis thoy cauue
50 per cent more respiratory ill
ness in children than does influ influenza."
enza." influenza." Officials noted that the viruses
also strike adults.
The study covered a range nf
Infections from mild, fever piu
duclng lllnes to pneumonia ana
to croup, a childhood disease
characterized by labored and
near suffocation breathing.
Commenting on results of the
study, Burney said "respiratory
research has
made t r e a I e rl
strides in the
last several years!
uian in tne previous genera uon.
Health officials sala antibiotics
aione won't do the trek against
such viruses. Such illnesses, mcy
explained, are treated like a
common cold demanding "ots
or rest."
.The so-called "hemadsorption'
leM KUeeyelea
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Parents tad friends are invit invited
ed invited to attend. Refreshments will be
served after the installation.
Visiters In Oatun
L. L. Churchill and Joseph Ben Ben-net,
net, Ben-net, of Waldan, N.Y., are house
guetti of Mr. Churchill's slster-in-liiw,
Mrs. E. W. MUlspaugh, and
Mr. MUlspaugh of Oatun. ,-
Visiting Bishop
To Speak AI Easier
Sunrise Service
Bishop Reuben H. Mueller, pre presiding
siding presiding bishop o the Evangelical
United Brethren Church and reai reai-dent
dent reai-dent bishop at Indianapolis, Ind,
will be the guwt preacher at the
Easter Sunrise Service which will
be held at Fort Amador' on March
29.
Mueller U a vice president of
the National Council of Churches
of Christ in the U.S.A. and is head
ol the departmen of religious edu education.
cation. education. He is chairman of the
General Commission of Chaplains
and Armed Forces Personnel,
which pro. ides chaplains to the
Army, Navy and Air Force from
i he Protestant denominations in
the U.S.A.
Invita iont are being tent to
churches In the Canal Zone and
military chapels for choirs- to par participate
ticipate participate m he service. Wallace
Woodruff ot the Panama Canal
Division will direct the combin combined
ed combined choir.
The 79 b U.S. Army Band -will
provide a jreservice concert and
a prelude to' toorshjp. Professor
Hins Jan.witz of Panama will be
he organist.

viruses' were shown to be respon-
lioie ior approximately m per
vein oi the iota respiratory ill-
neskes during me penou unuer
siuuy. Asian .mluena accounted
tor only 13 per cent.
Maj. ben. Dasher,
Slatl Officers
Returning To Zone
Maj. Gen. diaries L. Dasher,
U.e. Army CanbDean command
ing general, and a group oi staff
oi icers wiL return Monday from
t visit tu tu'ee central American
toun ries. During the li-ip they are
.notic ing O.o. Army ..issi0i) ac activities
tivities activities and observing ,hosi.8 gov government
ernment government installations, equipment
and faculties.
Their itinerary calls for visits
a Tegucigalpa, Honou .; San
Salvador, ..nu San Jose, tos.a Ri Rica.
ca. Rica. Leaving Wednesday with Dash Dasher
er Dasher were Col. Johi. F. Schmelzer,
Col. Louis D. Farnswor.n Jr., Col.
Homan E. Leech, U. Col. Roger
E, Keeder, Lt Col. Albert C.
Davies and Oapt. oohn A. Hettlng Hettlng-ei.
ei. Hettlng-ei. The fi-st leg of their trip was
maae in planes from the U.S. Ar
my Aviation De achmenl. Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. Cap.. John R. Beier piloted
an Ip23 and Capt. E, 1 d o n O.
Basliam ar.d 1st U. Gills Q. truin
it were pilot and co plloi of a UiA
otter.
Walter Chiari Says
Romance Ended
With Ava Gardner
MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb. 7
(UPD Italian actor Walter Chia Chiari
ri Chiari admitted yesterday his tempes
tuous romance with Ava Gardner
is as flat as yesterday's spaghet spaghetti.
ti. spaghetti. Chiari. denying he was jealous
of the rumored romance between
the actress and U.S. tennis star
Tony Trabert, Wishes her all the
luck in the world.
."I don't care who Ava spends
her time with as long as ha s
nice," Chiari said. "Trabert is
nice and also a very good tennis
player."
Trabert hag denied -any ro ro-nr
nr ro-nr nop wi n the dtrk-haired ac actress,
tress, actress, and his wife In Salt Lake
City. Utah, described Australian
press reports of a romance as
''nothing'
1-Man Symphony
Stuns Audience
Over Milan's TV
MILAN, Italy (UPD John
Gage, 47, of Stony Point, N.Y.,
gave the Italians .something new
to talk about in the way of
"music."
On the nationwide television
program "Quit or Double It"
last night; Cage put on a
one-man symphony witn an elec electric
tric electric mixer, a tub of water, three
radio sets, four buckets, a tape tape-recorder,
recorder, tape-recorder, a gong, a trumpet, two
bottles of soda, a pressure cooker
and a piano with pieces of wood,
rubber and metal Inserted in the
strings.
The audience sat stunned as
Gage whirled around his instru instruments
ments instruments but gave, him a big ova ovation
tion ovation at the end.
"My music only reproduces the
real sounds of Ufa," explained
Gaga at the end. t

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AT A LUNCHEON-MEETING celebrated Thursday at El Panama Hilton by the Rotary Club
of Panama, the following Board of directors and officers were electee: President, Ricardo
Brin: vice-president, Thomas E. Oglesby; treasurer, Oswald E, Maduro; aeeretary, Leonard
O. Hale, and board members Henry B. Fidanque, Ralph de Lima, Carlog de Janon, and
Donald Halman. Left to right are De Lima, Oglesby, Halman, Brin, John D. Maylea (out (outgoing
going (outgoing president), Fidanque and Hale. '' ; '-

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FOB OUTSTANDING SERVICE Sfc. Trlnidal E. Chavez of D Company, 34th Armor, Fort
Kobbe, receives a certificate of achievement fr Col. Ralph A. Jpnea, Jr., commanding Of
ficer, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry. He was cited for outstanding service to tha 1st Infan Infantry
try Infantry Battalion of the Honduran Army while on temporary duty with the UJI, Army Mistaon to
Honduras late last year. Chavez, mess sergeant of D Company, was credited with reorgan reorganizing
izing reorganizing the battalion's consolidated mess which resulted in Improved food preparation tech techniques,
niques, techniques, reduced waste and better sanitation. Shown from left are Capt. James Dickson, com commanding
manding commanding officer tf D "Company; 1st Lt. Eugene E. Wood, company meaa officer; Chavez and
Jones. (Amy Photo)

Gun-Tofg Teener
Shoots Up Bronx;
NY Cops Nab Him
NEW YORK, Feb. 7 (UPD A
laugh almost cost James Lally his
life.
The sight of an 18-year old
marching along Southern Boule Boulevard
vard Boulevard in the Bronx with a .22 calib caliber
er caliber rifle on his shoulder made Lal Lally
ly Lally laugh out ih amazement.
But the laugh choked In his
throat when the youth whirled on
him and fired two snots. Luckily,
both went wild. Lally went scur scurrying
rying scurrying for cover.
A 'scrolling couple also com complained
plained complained to police they were fired
on by a youth of the same de description.
scription. description. Police tracked Stewart Poust to
his aunt's home at 916 E. 176th
St., the Bronx., where they found
him in bed with his rifle.
He tried to shoot at detectives ns
they spproached him, but the rifle
misf red, police said.
They arrested Poust and con confiscated
fiscated confiscated his rifle and 300 rounds
of ammunition.

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Kidnapped Calif. Woman
Rescued In 125 mph Chase

VACAVILLE, Calif. (UPD A
masked and shotgun-toting man,
alternately timid and desperately
dangerous, kidnaped a wealthy
farmer's wife early yesterday and
was captured after a w'ld chase
through three counties.
At first he demanded $100,000,
but be "ore the effair was over he
told his victim he wss "too soft'
and seemed anxious to find some
way to get her quietly home.
Her rescue was anything but
quiet.
The woman, Mrs. Faye Dawson,
65, was unharmed except for head
bruises ana neck cuts. She re received
ceived received them In a screeching pile pile-up
up pile-up ol automob'les when police
blocked the Dawspn csr, driven
by the kidnaper, after a chase at
speds up to 125 miles an hour.
The kidnaoer, Charles D, Mo Mo-Arthur,
Arthur, Mo-Arthur, 40, Dixon, Calif., said h
did it "because I needed the
money."
Mrs. Dawson said McArthur ap

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parently came to the, ranch near
Dixon, Cslif,, some ime Thursday
evening and waited for her and
her husband, John, 75f to come
home.
He forced his way into the
house, a shotgun in h i hand and
a stocking mask on his face. He
tied the hands of both with rope,
"He was very considerate," she
said. "Before we left I said, 'I
can't go out in just a nightgown.'
So I went to a ojoset and he
helped me into my red bathrobe."

We drove north toward WnortJ?PlePel- She S 23 and quite a

land," she said, "and just be
'
fore we got 'to Woodland he put
s stocking he'd taken from the
bathroom around my eyes and
taped my mouth.
"On'ee he stopped and put the
blanket around me to keep me
warm. He as7ed me, 'Does tha
rope hurt?" and I grunted, be be-dune
dune be-dune there wss tape over my
mouth, and nodded, and he took
the rope off."
She said he took her to a nearby
shack and "started talking about
gett ng me back home,'
They drove away from the shack
in Dawson's 1956 Chrysler. At
Winters Patrolnvan Frank Moon,
Who had been alerted after Daw Dawson
son Dawson called police, saw the Dawson
csrjnd chased it to Highway'40.
"Then we began driving lire
crazy," she 'said. An officer said
later the Dawson machine was
doing 125.
By this t me police from Fair
field, Vacaville, Suicun and Dixon
had Joined the chase.
"I could hear the sirens," Mrs.
Dawson said, "I knew there was
Dawson said. Police in the lead
applied the brakes and the kid kid-nap
nap kid-nap car piled into the police cars.
ion
Iver wonder what to do with
odd earrings, lockets and other
family heirlooms? Have them put
on a charm bracelet. It makes a
handsome piece of jewelry.
A good handbag represents a
sizeable investment and should
last' for years. Be sure it gets
professional care at least onco a
year. Leather craftsmen can re re-line
line re-line a bag,' put on a new handle
or fastener and refinisb the leath leather
er leather jtompletely. ,.,
If you .own or art planning to
buy a winter white dress for the
holidays, try wearing it with
psrma violet cummerbund and
sstln slloDers. It's a fresh. vA de
lightful color Combination.

OOH.I IN GOTHAM
Broadway bears that "the
word" has been given and Hava Havana's
na's Havana's lamed gambling. casinos will
get permission to resum full,
scale operations w 1 1 o I n two
weeks. The same people who got
the green light from Batista msn msn-aaed
aaed msn-aaed to reach Castro. (Clue to

the future: many of the casinos
"miraculous v i escaoed tnWy
during tha recent unpleasantness),
- .Norman aranz, wno mapo a
fortune touring "Jan At The
Philharmonic" has decided lu a
bandon tha concert package aft
er years as its Impresario in the
U.S.. Canada, Europe, Australia
and the Orient.
Francoise Sagan is hard at
work on a movie script for pro
ducer Jarry Wald a story with
"beat seneration" theme. Aft
er, she's finished the screenplsy,
the Jrench writer will pull a
switch, on -tna usual order, of
things by putting it into novel
form, .Gen. Douglas MacArthur
can have a big book deal if he'll
sit st a recording machine for
an hour a day. Two publishers
want him for their very own. .
One of the big-blg-big Hollywood
stars is giving the' Money Men
fits with bis I don't care what
anyone thinks" attitude toward
the morals problem. 'They ve is
sued strong warnmj Number
one.
Yes, Virginia the rock 'n' roll
world is daffy. Workers began in
stalling new elevators in one of
Tin Pan Alley's busiest buildings
the other day. Suddenly a har
rled record executive flew out 0f
his office screaming "That's itl"
as he rushed a recording nia
chine into the hall and taped the
sound of pneumatic drills grind
ing through plaster walls. He's
using it as background "music
for a new rock 'n roll release ti titled
tled titled "My, Heart Beats For You."
Anne Bancroft of "Two for the
Seesaw" is holding hands with
Andreas Voutisnas of "J.B.".
Amateur strategists are predict
ing big box office for "Rio Bra
va," Warners's net Western. The
reasons are fairly obvious: John
Wayne, Rickey Nelson and Dean
Martin. Ahmad Jamal,- currently
the nation s best-selling jazz pia
nlst, has a State Department In
vjtatlon to tour Russia bis Sum
mer.
Scholarship sudents bound for
Haiti are being Warned by
schools and government insiders
that they go to the island at their
own risk. They're alia itronclv
advised against "the discussion of
politics or anything which might
be interpreted as pertaining to
current government affairs dur
ing their stay in Haiti. The un
rest there is that serious. .Din
ers st the Colony's chic bar were
bowled over by Noelle Adams's
provocative prettlness when she
duetted there with Sydney Chan
lin but what really gassed lhm
wss ner almost snow-wmte nir
Errol Garner's personal manage
er, Martha Glaser, catne close
to losing her life in an auto acci
dent a few days ago. She'll be
hospitalized for the next couple
of months. .That's a fascinating
panel of experts Local 802 has
appointed to Dick this year's
moat promising dance band. The
nrat two names on the list make
an Impossible Interview Leopold
aioxowsKi ana &immy juyei
Luba Otssevlc, who dated Cary
Grant in London, is being lured
4 il l j m ....
10 me movie inausiry oy sm
rk....i.. rn mvi I i i m
ueMuiy. .iiiiM jicnois ann n
laine May, the young satirists
who skyrocketed to success in
New York last year, nave hit
San Francisco with a terrific 1m
pact. Example of their West
Coast drawing power: one frus
trated San Franciscan, unable to
get in to see them At the "hun "hungry
gry "hungry 1," where they're doing three
shows nightly, telephone their
press agent in New York and
commissioned him to long dis distance
tance distance Mike in California to make
a reservation.
Biggies In the International Box,
ing Corp., outlawed by a recent
Debbip Reynolds
Has Blood Clot
From Knee Injury
HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 7 ( UPI
Actress Debbie Reynolds was in
Mt. Sinai Hospital today for treat treatment
ment treatment of a blood clot jo hir left
knee injured during dance ro ro-hearsal
hearsal ro-hearsal for a motion picture.
The 26-iyear-oid actrens, who U
seeking! rt'vorce from singer
Eddie Tlsher, was admlttei to the
hospital yejtv.-oay.
She recsiv-'d the injury Mon Monday
day Monday on the set of "Say Ouo For
Me" starring her, Bug Crosby
and Bob Wagner
Actor Jeffries
Gets Custody
Of two Children
LQS ANGELES (UPI)-Slnger
Herb Jeffries has been awarded
temporary custody of his two
children while his estranged, wife
undergoes treatment for an emo emotional
tional emotional upset. w :
Super.or Court Judge A. Ed Edward
ward Edward Nichols gave custftdy of the
children. Feme, 11, and Romanie,
to Jeffries for the next six
months. He ruled that Jetfrtes
share custody at the end of that
urns. Mrs. Jeffries has a divorce
suit pending.

Supreme, Court decision, havi
plans to get around tht lega
blow. The same key wen Tru
hisn Gibson, Harry Markion an
J m N orris will eontinoe to exer
ise control, although, in 'a slight
ly different manner, .,ln 10 dayi
or so. Count Biala win vk. i

ver the TV screens with hr.
commerciah called-Pin triw
Rock." Mitch. Leifh. ilnH,
ai oefoic,.' me igomeaisn 'Open'
lng at Jsck Silverman's interna international,
tional, international, will request that all wait waiters
ers waiters stop service during his satire
on Harry Belaf onto' Mjfot lor
me says .Bernle "but ut ol
respect for Belafonte". .. Eddie
Fisher's chums say lie's taking
private dramatic lessons because
with his television career totter tottering
ing tottering he'd like to make stab at
straight actiiie In films. His first
flicker !- appearance! X "Bundle Of
Joy in which he .co tarred with
Debbie Reynolds wasn't impres impressive
sive impressive -' '' li'.r?.ri
BY OSWALD 3ACOBY
Written for NEA Service
NORTH
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North and South vulnerable
Bast South West North
1 IN.T. Pass' 9N.T.
Pass J N T. Pass Pass
Pass
- Opening lead V K ( f
South really gave today's hand
a tremendous play. He won tha
opening heart lead ;with the: act
and promptly decided .to play
East for both tha other kings.
Hence, he led the eight of clubs
and let it rtae to East's 10, ;
East cashed hlijqueen Jf hearts,
and continued with the ton.
South took his jackt and laid,
down the ace of clubs. When it
dropped East's king, South had
a marked finesse against West's
jack. This gave him three club
tricks, three spsde tricks, two
hearts, and a diamond for a total
of nine, but South actually "made "made-10.
10. "made-10. 1 i- 1
He cashed all the clubs and
spades, winding up in dummy.
Now he led dummy's last heart
and East was in the lead with
nothing to play but a diamond.
South let that ride around to
dummy's queen ior that 10tlj
trick. :
East complimented South on
his tne play but West had some something
thing something else to discuss. He pointed
out thst East's heart bid was re responsible
sponsible responsible for everything and1 that
If East had. simply passed, South
would almost surely have Ibeen
set.
West felt that East'a bid was
for the birds, and V must agree
with him. I don't object to fight
jtftAttlnsv M4a Kti IF at amIh ; k4
VVVIIIMf) MMBJ wt WM iipm
nine points scattered In all suits
and could hardly expect to buy
the hand at any msksble con.
tract, Therefore he should have
passed and not have caused West
to make the wrong opening lead.
M
Q The bidding has been: '
West, North East Soutn
1 Double IV 7
You South, hold:
Ait 4S eitjiTe q$i
What do you do?
A Bid two diamonds. Yon
rent proud of this bid but fo4
have just little too much t,
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
East South West Nortt
1 Double Pass 1 A i
Pass ?
You, South, hold:
AA5 AQ76 4KJ4S 10Z
What do you doT
Answer Tomorrow
jm FRIENDS
If you
name of
don't understand the
a person being' Intro
duced to you ask to have it ; rer
peated. It's better to ask in tho
beginning than to have to, ask
later. ;-:.f
And if you'll call" the person
by name1 .once or twice durinf
the conversation It will help jou
to remember the name.
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Eenund e. huuiwuiUi fast
Sunday Scnool ri ... i 1 1
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Balboa Height. 5.1 i
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Drawer "B" Balboa Hatch
Phona Balboa 1787
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Sunday School :M .m
Morning Worship 10 :4k a. m
Baptist Training Union .... giSO p.m
Evangelistic Service : , 1 :J0 p m
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. TiOO p.m
W U S Bible Study Tfeure-
day ..... W
Men' Brotherhood (Hart
Monday In month
I JO pja
i. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at IU 8tre1
Margarita. Canal tone
He.' Wendell C Parka, Pst
wide School ...
(ornint Worship . UiQO
taptlft training Onion..,,., 6 ;J0 P4n
Jvenlni Worship "J:4k P-m
irotherioHid; Tuesday 1;(X o.m
raver Services. Wedneasay TlOO pm
M,U isi at sra rnaays
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U Mday
l .jo bjd
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' 4Htn-ii,uin!nationBl RvangtllstK
Meetinge)
MANAMA CITY
flajor Mrs. W. Bishop
.5 Vebruary Street, Phone) 1 1 100S4
It H)0 Holiness Meeting ...
1:00 Sunday School
T:S0 Salvation Meeting
PARAISO. C.Z. ',
Snvoy A Mr. C, U Moteley
Ulana Street
,.1:00 Holineai Meeting
MLON CENTHAl,
ir Captain Mrs, KV Grant
4th Street. Phone li-3
J1:00 Hollnesi Meeting
, 1:00 (Sunday fiohool
7:30 Salvation Meeting
THIRD STREW
Ir. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
4 T;30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW blTV, CX,
Invoy J. GUI
3:00 Sunday School
T;30 Salvation Meeting
Union Churches
1
BALBOA
' The Rev. Ostar W. Olsen, Pastor
yalboa Read at San Pablo Street
i Pastor 'l phone 8-1486
' Church office 2-32M
1:30 am. Church Bohool free bus
service. Classes for all ages,
10:30 -sj.in.-Worship Service -Church
June "r- story- Hour tor Kindergarten
end Primary Children. Church-Time
craoii Boil and. Nursery.
:0O .m.Poit Hlah Tellowshlo,
iW pm.-i:W p.m. Junior High
rsuowmip. ? i
TiOO pjpf-Senlor High fellowship.
MAROARlTA.si.f
Margarita Ave,, and Bolivar Hwy,
Rev. Theodore E, franklin Pastor
Phone: OWee, 2842. Res 1-1401
Sunday irvler ,'
t:4S em Chwch School Sut servlee,
Clsesi Nursery through adult.
JU00 g.m.Mpwln Worship -HtfWer
.for tnfantagnd small ehll.
drn,,; ;.
ltO P.m. Junior Pelloership,
'111 pm Youth Fellowship.
A cMPPlet schedule hf aHKlllary ae
llvltles end official meetlnp a an announced
nounced announced from week to wee.
t M. Aidyn. Pastor
SrSO Sundav Sehonl
; 1B-40 am Morning WW.J. ,M
Offlelal meetings W w-oa
atl annMinred
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g4 HovgHtgripgl.
at bLABV'S L'rlUHL'H-.Balaea
Sunday Masaas' 140, 10. 10 00 and
ig:yu u
Hum Oar ataaafp! IM. Wi,4litt M
na) S OO o.m
Confessions aaiujda. 1:10 to tsVv
and 7(04 to 1,00 p.m Thursday before
rim Prtdae 1-OU te 1:00 a.m
Miraculous Medal Noven it pj
on Mnneayt
Catechiaoj eus art at the giOO mass
oar punnay
Mian lonooi nua giup i:w p.m
Wednseday
SACBU) HrUaVf-Aneou
dun day Mas as 1:61. 1:10 A 0:1
Holy bay masse' ink am and roo
Coniesaion SaHirday fJUt to nfl
f:10 I" 1:00 pm Thursday before firs?
Friday f too in.
Banrad Heart Devotioaei tiuo a J tm
Pridays
fcsvecruiwi viaaai a: is ia e:as pm on
Thursday
HUB LAB Or KATIMAC arenas
Sunday Mat at g.-OO a.m.
Holy Day Mar at I JO p.m.
Confession: 1:00 te f:U pjb on Sat.
urdav
cateeruam ciaasi aanvoay w te tv
a.m.
, ST. JOSEPMPralM
Sunday Masies at 7:00 and 1:11 am
Holy Day Mam af 1:00 p m
Waekda Masses: . !to a m.
Confessions Saturda I iW to I JO and
SdO to 1:10.
cateemsm class- aunoa; pm te aw
p,m
Miraculous Modal riovenai f aw p.m
on Prlda'y.-
convert instmetlonei Thursday 7 too
P nv
ST, ViNCWrs-Panama City
Sunday Masse: 0:00 and I JO a m.
HoU Da Maasae: 1:10 and 1:00 am
(It it falls on Saturday tba Mama ar
a too and Si90 n.m )
Confessional Saturday 1:00 to 1:00 and
coo io u:oo p.m Thursdays oetore rirst
Friday 1:30 p m
Miraculous Medal Noven and St.
Oons of the Crosa. Friday 7:10 a.m.
Catechism Class: After 1:30 mass on
Bundsy
Thursdae
Convert Clam, 40 p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THItRfcSA'B Ceeotl
Bunds v Maw. 1:10 in.
Holr Day Mass: 6:00 s.m. in It falU
an Baiuroay b:to a ro-i
CateclUna Class: 1:0 ta gion n,m on
monoay
contessionsi coo m :ip a.m aunoay.
ST. JOHM BAPTIST Ok I.A SAUL
Paraue Lefavea
Sunday Masses tJO and :W a.m.
Waek Uava Mass. (JO Man Thura
p.nx
rnnlamlnni'. to 4 JO arid IlUO Id
g:oo p.m. on Saturday
Mlrsouinus ftieaai riovana: maay irw
a.m,
Cataenism tlsss: :ao pm on aunuay
T. fHICKrJSirab-Le Mae
Convert ClaMt Monday 7J0 P-m
Sunday Mami 7:00 a m
.8
loly Day Masai liio a,i
Did
Thursday before Finn Prldav 6:30 pm..
am-Mi HeaH Novenai 1:00 nav on
rnaay
Convert ciasei e:a p.m on munow
ATLANTIC SIPS
ST JOSKPH-S-Colon
Bunds Masses, i:4. :00 and ;ll s.m
Holy Day Masse i Hi end llOO a.m.
and i:4k pjn
conicMions: aaiuraay tw n w in
IlOO to 1:00 p.m.
Miraou eus Meoei novenai weaneaoay
8:15 end 1:00 p.m
sacrea tiean noven rnaay ma ojm
Sunday Evening Servlees 1 :00 p m,
Convert Class: T ilk P4 on Mondays
and Thursdays
cateonism viasa: aunuay io ta s m, to
11:4 am 1:00 pm t 4:00 pm,
, First Friday Exneattlon of Moat Ilea.
ed Sacrament ail day Reposition t kJO
s.m 6turdy morning
nrst aaruroay uevmiona 10 our boy
of Fatlma-The Holy Rosary 4:00 am
. First Communion Instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 6:00 to
roo p.m.
. MIRACULOUS MKOALCrtetobsl
Sunday Masses i J sOO, l:Q0 and 10:30 sa,
Holy Da Masses; 1:00 ;00 a.m. and
3:15 p.m
contaasionai aaturoiy i:w to i:o and
7:00 to :00 pm. After Rnsary each eve
ning.
Miraculoui Medal Novenai :i and
I tOO pm. on Monday,
Catechlam Class' After 1:00 Mass on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition oil day during
the School Year,
First Saturday t Mam at 10 am
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
aunoay Masses: ;au, flap, him a in
First Saturday Masai 1 .00 .iri.
. Weekday Masses ., 10 .m
SaMrday ... 7:00 a.m. V) 1:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Nnven 7:00 p.m
Holy Cay Masse' 7 JO em III pm
Confession 4 p m to 4:4 p.m
very Monday
Parish Family Rnsary gnd
. Benediction 1 :00 pjn
every Wednesday
. Discussion Inquiry Oroup 10 p.m.
very Friday.
, 1st. Friday Devotion . 10 p.m.
1st- Saturday Devotions .. i:00 p.m.
Sunday Manmii liio am and StOO
m
Hoi Das, Ushsi a KM a.m and 6iM
Sm.
Confession i 40V t t:00 and l) ta
CauKhlsrn Ciasa: I0:tt a.m. en Sundy.
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
BJn.
Mireuiou ModW Novenai im P-
OJI Tuesda.
San
Wday
Hunda Massv g:l s jn
Holy Day kiara: I.-00 oj, .'
onfassionji to floo gap, an Btk
OWi LADY OP OOOD COUNSEL
'.. ;;:ameai'Ci;'!(';.
Sunday Masses i 7.00 and IJ0 a m.
Holy D Massesi' itt a m mI s m
gm -.. I' J ': ,,,,
.wmw,vw wuMwi a, inw am ana
attar all evening ovoUon.
amp.iBsis Vj f4lpuiliun?nt.
Ufraaulmui Uasrisil MMianai. m mH
JMci keejl Novenai Jits) pja an
Sunday School i $M p.m. en Sunday,
, Miigioue trawruciion v:iaaa rar, Call
dreni 4:00 p m on Thursday.
Religious tnatruetlati foe adult (Can.
ducted In Spanish 1 1 1.-00 Bjb an Man.
gay '..'t
Convert Inatniettong bp appolntmsni

rvgaa g Army ggltl, Alt Pgrtg kgl

Episcopal
The m Bar
Si Hebtt Ueedsm. S T D
The Very Bev Msinsn i
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THI CATHKDRAL oT ST LUKfe
.-. SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7 .JO am Holy Cnnunimlnn.
:1k Church School iHoJy Com
muniun Ird Sunday I
JO aja Santa Communion Ird Sun
day -,
EHvuria uominuiti .... ur v
11 00 am Morning Prayer and Set
mon, Holy umimuninn 1st aunoay
7.00 pn gveninr rarvieo.
nmnuuis
4.30 a a Hol Ciimmunlon.
t nopr Iveninr Prayer
riULi'DAfft
d6 SAi Holy Communion;
jo am n
nh Communion.
0A1L7
Marnlnat Pray
dat Missionary Prayer
0:11 am
l 00 Ml.
Cburrk oi at Andrew
The Rev Willlkm W Baldwin,
t Priest In Charaa
SUNDAYS'
Holy Communion '. 7 JO em
Family Prayer and
Church School OJOajn
(A Wo Holy Communion tnd
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
VVEDNKSUAY9
Holy communion coo s.m
.' COROSAL
Chapel of The Uuvd Shepherd
The Bev Clarence W Hayes,
Priest. IB Chares
FRIDAYS
iW am Morning prayer.
(H.C, first Friday each Month),
OAMBUA
St. Simon's thuuh
The Rev John Spear Priest Ir Charge
Choral Guchariat and Sar-
SUNDAYB
mon . 7 too a m
Church School 3:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm
RuensAna and Sermon 7:00 o.m
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and noiy
Communion
Evening Prayer .....
Woman's Auxiliary, tnd and
1:00 m
7:00 S m
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ,. 7:00 a m
Morning Prayer 1:00 a m
Evening Prayer 1:00 p.m
SATUHUAYS
family tuehartst. g:wam
Of flat of- Complin 0:00 pm
LA BOCA
Ml BMu'a rhuirk
The Rsv. John Spear, Priest In Chargr
Morning Prayer and t'tiuron
School :00 ejn
man .i ....... 111:111 a.m
, Confirmation Class 1:10 in
' Choral Eucharist and Her
Holy Baptism
Evensong and Addreaa
3rd MONDAYS
Womln's Auxiliary ...
11:00 noon
. i:3D on
1:10 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy communion .. too a m
PAMJ StCO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven L R Shirley. Priest In Charge
THURSDAYS
g:30 sm. Holy Communion.
MAROABITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espav4 and Brains Blvd.
The Rav, Edwin C. Wrbster :
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
a SO a.m. Church School gsrvlce.
11 :00 a.m. Mornina Prayer. (Holv
Communion first Sunday of.
the montni
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy communion,
PAHA ISO
The Rev Allan JR. Wentt.
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne
Vicar Emeritus
EUNPrl'' I
4:00 4..u Choral ituchsrlst nermor
1:30 a.m Infant Baptism.
4,00 nm yhurch School
S:00 o m Youth Fellowship
1 ( i m fcvrf.sons and Address
tnd nd 4th WEDNESDAYS
i JO oio woman s AUK'uary ana "i
Uu- OnUd Meftlng.
PANAMA CITY
St Paul's Chuie
The vn i.amnei Unmet, Rna?
The Bev. Carlton O. Morales. Asst
Si.NL'-:
6:00 a m Holy Comm.inlon
9 00 h ..oi Sung Eucharist & Sermon
io:4b n. Morning Prsrer end Cburer
School
13 00 (IW Holy Baptism
7 00 ',,m Rolrmp vMDers
iheio l Bulldlnk 111.
TUKHHAVP
8 30 ti Holy Communion
1:30 om Evening Praver and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
6:0v ni Holy Communion
7:0 u,n. Evening Prayer
I'HUBXilAYb AND FRIDAYS v
S:10 ( n. Holv Communlm
HOLY DAYS
a 00 a m Hoi Communion,
CHRI8T CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Coldn, R.P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J, Peter Farmer, Recto
The Bev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
I 00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. tioiemq Evensong 4k Sermon
S:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 .m. Church School
rONDAY TUESDAY b THURSDAY
40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Hory Communion
:O0 p.m. Evening Prayer
WEDNESDAY
1:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
1:00 e m. Holy Communion
1:30 p.m. Evening Prayer It Addtesa
FRIDAY X
:40 a.m. Morning Prayer'
:00 p m. Evening Prayer
:00 a.m. Children'' Eucharist
SATURDAY
:40 e.m. Mornlni Prayer '
6 :00 a.m. Holy Communion
i:00 p.m. Evening .frayer .
1:80 p.m. Office of Compline,
BIO ABAJV
Bt, Ckristepher'l Charch
. loth Street. Parau Lafevrt
The Be Clarence W Hgyes,
meet m vnargi
'cragwell,
ine acv. viarenc a.
Aaslataat
SUNDAYS
6:00 a m. Holy Communion,
i -M a m Suna Bueharlet and Strmon
10:10 a.m Morning Prayer and Church
Bcnnol.
tillO noon
6:30 p.m
MONDAYS
jf JO .m
Holy Baptism. i
Ivensong enfl Sermon.
(lar
and Srd. Woman's Ainri
t i f
TUESDAYS ,- ,. .1
, t:M am Junior Daughter of the
f:30 p.m Voulb Pellirwatira,
WEDNRnDAYS
S:00 a.m. Ho) Cbmmuniog

IMpjn averting Prater and Religious

THUltSDAYr"""? -V,
- 6 00 pm Quia Friendly Society,
lATURVAvih M ,r ,B,1,,8fl t
I JO am Junior' 'Confirmation Clam.
Other Churcbei
CHURCH OF THfe IsAEAKKNB
' 44 fraiiiipam: St Anewi CS. A
i Be Elmer O NUos. Peslm
Boa 19) aalbua, GJ,, fl 13601
Sunday School 4n
Worship Servte ,,, 10;4kin
Youth Service .4i tm
Evangelistic Service 1 JO p m
Prayer aervlc Wed, ... 1 JO pm
. Aj METHODIST
Sunday: era Panama Wesley
; 10:30 a m Sunday School.
I ll p.m. (vangsllcal Senrlo
and Sermon,
Sunday 7 .m. Paraiao
to a.m raraiso aunasy acnooi.
" 1:1k p.m. Parglao Evangelical
Service.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday. Oct. 10th V a.m. Rev, Victor
jonn waison m.a. i p.m. Mr, a. a.
Uvell.
Monday, Oet. 10th 1:30 p.m. Preoa
ration Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. f:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday, uct, xist t:so p.m. uiris
League, Mrs. K. King,
iriasy t:u p.m. en
olr Practice,
. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB
' ..Mount Hope, Canal Zen
(across from Mt. Hop XR Station!
c Bev. Ralph Hysong, Pastor
- Bex 10 It Margarita, C.I.
Phona I-I47I
Sunday School 1:41 .m,
Morning Worship ..11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Service 7 :30 p.m.
Prayer Service, Wed. .... 1 JO p.m,
v NATIONAL .BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama B P ii3ro utreet Cast
Bev N Brown. MtnMter
Divin Worship :0 m,
Sunday School 1:00 p.m.,
iunday Masaea ......... i. ti "Kl
Rio Abejo, BT BT-Sunday
Sunday BT-Sunday Bchool ., .......
3:00 p.m.
JtHOVAH'h WITNK8SES
Mwstlha Thursdsys at 7:30 om. and
Sundays at 4 00 pm Wirt Memorial
H5 Blhu Road Balboa,
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8:30 a m.
tunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.m
acrament Meeting, Sunday 6 00 D.m
Relief Sotiety. Tuesday I '00 .m.
MIA: Wsdnssday 7:30 pjn.
Primary: Thurndav 4:00 pjn.
Telephone Balboa C227
Atlantic Branch M
Building 300, Bchoolhous Road, Gntun
Sunday School, Sunday 9:30 a.m
Sacramant Meeting; Sunday 11:00 am.
CI1RUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Wtrm Hiarted Obnrob".
Milton B Leldlg, Minister
Phone Has 83.7U. Of. IS-liOl
Sunday School 9:10 s.m
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 1) lOO .m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m
Eevenlng Worship TiOO p.m
Prayer end Prefse (Wed.) 7(00 p.m
A church nursey In provided,
OU LA rHOUl UHL'BCH
Bt Raphael The Archansel
ISth St Wast Ho, J'
Holy itucharW: Sunday i iM am
Tuesday, Wednesday and Tbtiradavi
4 30 a.m
Sacramenl os Unction (HeeJlns av
vice) rirst Sunday ci aacb month
7 JO pjs
Mooot HaUbet Chrlstlar Charek
Panam R.J
Bt Hev T nf, D D Blalur
officiating
Morning devotion :00 a m
rellnuriihln WorshlD 11:00 s.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
CHRISTADELPHIAN BIBLE MISSION
8104 Ith and J. Arosemene, Colon
SUNDAY
Memorial Service 10:00rm.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m. Are you
Bitle Uctuve 10:00 am,
MONDAY
Adult Bible Class 7j30 p m.
Your Bible Teaches That Christ Is
Coming and. will Reign on Esrth
Are You Ready?
BAHAI'S CENTEB
sa first u-oel
UrbanlzaclOn El Carmen, Pananu) Clt
intormal Talk end uiscussioiw
Thursdays 8:00 PJ
Colon. 8th A Front Streets
(UDstalrs American Basaar)
Study Classes Thursdays. I JO o.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St., Paralao, C.E C.E-Bev
Bev C.E-Bev Waldaba H Bteuarl, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 BJn Worship Servle
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
f;13 .m. Gospel Bervlee
Monday: 1 JO Young People's Society
Wednesday: 730 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Tnursoayt ;vo vnoi. ncnearsai,
Friday i 7:30 Women's Missionary So.
clety.
THE CHURCH OF OOD
15 St. Parqu Lefevre, Rio Abajo
A. J. Anvlck Overseer
Sis. C Weeks, Pastor
Sundsy Morning Worship 11:30
Sunday School 3:00 p.m. -'
Sunday Night Service 1:30,
Weekly Service, Nights; Mondiy
Wednesday and Frldey,
THE CHURCH OF OOD
letli St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rio Abajo v
Re. William J, Johndn-Pasto
Sunday School ,. 1:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7031 Eighth St.. Clrn
Mr. L- C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School 6:30 g.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 .m.
Sunday Night Servle .... 7:30 pn,
THE CHURCH OF OOD
New Providence
Mrs. M. Hlnee Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship 11.00 e.nv
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30a.m.
FIRST CHURCH" OF OOD
Cor, Jamafca A Trinidad Sta,
Rainbow City
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School 6:30 a.m,
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL -Diablo
Helghta, C.Z.
(near DlaMo school)
Rev. Carl iV. .Thompson, Minister
Box 31, Diablo Helghta C.Z.
Phones i Rome. Osmhoa 111
Church Balbea 4271
Sunday School 10W .m
Worship Service) 11:00 a.m
Youth Servle 7:00 p.m.
Evangelistic Servle ...... f JO pm
weonesdayi bidi Btuay
and Prayer Service ...
10 p at
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCII
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Otinlrk, Pastor
P.O. Box e. Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible Class a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 s.m
Holy Communion, first Sunday at the
monin.
Atlantic Bide
Coco Bole Chapel
Mr. Frederick S. Illiek, View
i Divine Servlee 11 a.m.
- Holy Communion, last Sunday of th

noma. -( '. :

jewftfl vllar Board' Hid fl-A u
r)ue Aoau Balboa,, C.l sVab) NgUtar
WlUili. JUUector,
Servlrs .Friday 1 JO aa .Btura
kJt om : -
l See B's Usting at awudt arviee
unrr "(isl-Has and ltl.on.
ConjiBHWon Kol Shearith iarat Ave
mim Cubs and letb Street, Bell Vista
Psiiamt Cltr Serlee liOO p.m

Christian Scientist
Christian Science ChuMhas
Pint Church of Christ, Scientist, Aneon
ecu ad con awuievara
Sunday Sarvlcea 11 iM a.m. Bi.nri.u
School 1:30 t-m.
wdnedy :oo m, -Readina
Room Sua tialbna anarf einmn
dally exoept Sunday and holiday from
6:30 to 11:30 am, and 1:10 to 1:00 p.m.
Saturday i 1:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Evening Hour 1:00 io 1:00 p.m. except
Wednesday and Saturday.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST, Cristobal
All church rvte will be held In
th Ground Floor Room of th Masonic
Tempi in Cristotal (next door to the
Margarita Florist). Entrance Is on Bsl Bsl-bo
bo Bsl-bo Avsnii through th Arcade.
Sunday Service 11:00 m.
Wednesday Evening Testimonial Mart Martini
ini Martini 1:00 o'clock.
Biindiy School Ui held it 1:30 a m.
Reading Room Hour Monday 1:00
to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday liOO to 7:13
p.m.
tYou ar cordially Invited to attend
the service Ind to use the Reading
Room.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
. Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Junior Church Sunday Bchool 0:00
Morning Worship ., 10:00
Church-tlm Nursery School... 10:00
reiiowship Hour 11:00
FORT KOBBB
bunday Bchool o oo
Morning Worship 10:30
Youth Fellowship 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School . ; 9 :S0
Morning Worship 11:00
(Holy communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) ... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Youth Fellowihip Sunday .... 7:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 9 30
Morning Worship 9:30 & 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
Adult Bible Ciasa Monday ... 7:30
Young People's Instruction
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
A urawj ....... v -o.'
Morning worship :oo
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday ot Month)
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass 4:15
Sunday Masses 8:30 4 11:30
Confessions Saturday 6:30
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mass 6:15
Sunday Masses 6:00, 9:15 V 11:45
Confessions Saturday 6:00 7:30
Catechism Class Wednesday 4 :00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mass . 9.30
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass 6:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Mass 6:80
Confessions Saturday 1:00 1:00
COROZAL
Snndav Mass 10:30
AT.RROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass :WM
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses ,, 1:45 A 18:00
Sunday Mass (Spanish) 7:00
No vena Services Tuesday .. 7:00
Confessions Saturday 7:00
Jewish
Fort Kobbe j Saturday
UBQ.JWB, Balboa-Friday ....
Albrook Air Force Saturday
USO-JWB. Balboa-Saturday ..
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT OULICK
1:00
7:30
4:00
1:30
Sunday Sifhool 0 30
Morning Worship 10:4
Coffee Call 10:90
Church Nursery 10:30
Calholla
FORT OULICK
nallv Miaaa 4
Saturday Mass 1 1:30
Sunday Masses 1:30 aV 9:30
Confessions Saturday 11:00 12:30
8:30 7:ao
Jewish
FORT OULICK ;
Tuesday 7:13
ATLANTIC BIDS
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Bchooi-Blda, x;a
Morning Worship
Prayer Fellowship Bldg, JUS
Tuesday
KYBB-Wednesday-Poat hspsl
Choir Prsotlc Wednesday -Post
Chspel .,
:W
10 III
7:'W
:3u
7:3U
9:30
10:45
6:3(1
1:30
l:o
FOBT OUUCK
Sunday School ,
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship. Sundsy ....
Bible Study, Wednajedsy
Ladles Chaoel Ouild. 11 Thura,
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday School
9:30
11:00
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Bundy
of Month)
CslhoUe
FORT DAVIS
Dally Mass
Sunday Mass
1:00
9:30
6:00
:4l
9:30
cantasaions: oaturoay
Sunday
FORT OULICK.
Sunday Mass I JO and
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass
Confessions (Sat.) 11:00 end
U S NAVAL STATION. Coco Soio
Daily Miss
Saturday Mss
a . .
4:30
11)30
6:30
4:00
8:30
unnav mow
COCO SOLITO
9:00
Sunday Mass
Jewish
FORT OULICR
Tuesday ...
11:30
1:15
Greek Orthodoa
Q reek Orthodox services are conduct.
ed at tha Church of the Anunclatlon.
Via Bellrarln Porras, San Francisco de
la Coieta. Panama City, R.F.. and al
th Church of St, Anthony. Avenidn
Melendes, Colon, R.P., on allemst Sun Sun-call
call Sun-call th Offlc of th Army Chaplain
13-3119.
day at 9:30. For further Information.
Seventh Day
Adventist
. Weekly Services in all churches
i follow;
SATURDAY i
Sabbath Bchool 9 0 t m.
Divin Servle 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30
WEDNESDAY i
Bible Study and Prayer Service
vm. p.m
Pacific Bide Panam
Pastor W H. Waller- Tel M-l-i
I-3S04)
Cabo -Verde, Ave J F de la Osa
No. 17 Chorrllio 16th Na 91 Pua
bio Nuevo 2 A St. between Ird and 4th
Sta. Rio Abajo Iltb No. 17 Gam boa
ana mioiee.
Pastor O. D William Tel, 6-sso
Pastor A. A. Orltile Tel. 6 102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
. re'tor Nornerto vuiroi
Panam. Call Darien No. I
, Pedregal A Nuevo Ouarark.
Atlantic Bid
Pastor O.
A. Jeffriee-Tel.
H-I36L
colon
grlatobal Engltsh-lSth aa Bolivar Ave
rlstnbsl Bpanish 16th k Bolivar Ave.
central nrrieat

044 0vilan Road Tl. g-1859 At S-S3S1

ROTISTANT'CHURCH
Corvntlu
Tomorrow evenlnff in ths Cunin
du Protestant Church the first to
a series of films on the, life and
work of St. Psul will be shown.
The life and ministry of Paul is
Christianity'! greatest missionary
is one of the mot thrilling chap,
ters in Christianity, The first film
to be shown will be entitled "The
Conversion of Saul.' Saul was one
of the best educated men of bis
day, an outstanding student of
Judaism of his day. Saul knew the

Old Testament Scriptures perhaps
better than any other man of his
century. Befpre his conversion he
was an nem ot the -Church,
a persecutor of he early Chris Christians,
tians, Christians, who mught to stamp out
the religion of .the Messiah.
Th's film, will vividly ind dra dra-mat'cally
mat'cally dra-mat'cally portray the events that
led up to the conversion of Saul
on the road to Damascus. After
his conversion Saul became Paul,
the great evangelist gnd mission missionary
ary missionary of the Church. Half of the
New Testament wag written by
Paul, 13 books in all.
The service will begin promptly
at 7;00 p.m. Special music will be
provided under, the direction of
Mn Harold Adolph. The pubi c is
welcome to attend these showinc
it "The Warm Hearted Church.
Other films in this series will
be "Paul's Years o' Apprentice Apprenticeship"
ship" Apprenticeship" on Feb. 15; "Paul's Return
to Jerusalem" on Feb. 22; "Am "Ambassador
bassador "Ambassador for Christ" on March 1;
"The First Missionary Journey' on
Mar. 8; and "Hii Stoning At Lys Lys-tra"
tra" Lys-tra" on Mar. 15. All showings will
begin at 7:00 p.m.
Other services of the church
are: Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.
A Span'sh Sunday School precedes
the English one at 8:30 a.m. In
tha morning Worship Service will
sing "O Thou Great Jehovah' un under
der under the direction ol Mrs, Hirold
Adolph, The pastor will bring the
second in a series of mesiaees on
the subiect of "Why The' Righte Righteous
ous Righteous Suffer." He wii Rive the Bi Biblical
blical Biblical reasons for suffering and
God's answers on the many ques questions
tions questions of healing. The youth groups
will meet at 6:00 p.m. unHer the
direction of their' adult leaders.
CALVARY BAPTInT
Panama
All members of tha Calvary
BnptM. Church are again remind reminded
ed reminded of the fact that thero will be
only one Worshio Service today
Bt the Calvary Baptis'. Church at
"N" Street in San Mi?uel
The Service, whichyis scheduled
to begin at 9:00 a'.m., will oe con conducted
ducted conducted bv the Rev. Lou's A. Sea-
ley, pagtbr of the Church, whose
...ill U. 'Tl Via.
POl IU"U IUIV will i.e. .1
tue Most, nifficult .To Attain."
Member oFlhWi:h are Ml Ml-courgged
courgged Ml-courgged by their Pastor to -use
the afternoon and evening ii'Urs
to visit find ptay for the sick and
the shut-ins.
On Monday night Rev. Sealey
will continue the study course on
Evangelism from Dr. C. E, Math Mathews'
ews' Mathews' book. Every Christian's Job
The Young Woman's Auxiliary
wi'' meet on Mondiy night at
7-? m.
The Men t Brotherhood end the
Woman's Missionary Society will
meet simultaneously on Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m.
The mid-week- prayer servce
will be i conducted by Miss I. Hen
ry, Pres. of the V.W.A. and. the
members will assist.
The sunrise prayer service will
be held on Wednesdays it 5:30 a.
m. ind will continue until Easter.
A cordial invitation Is extended
to the public to worship at the
Calvary Baptist Church.
IT. ANDRiVVS
Coeol'
The BlshoD of the Episcopal
Missionary District of the C Val
Zone will nay a oastoral call and
preach gt 11:00 g.m. services to today
day today at St. Andrews Episcopal
Church, Cocoll.
Bishop Gooden'g Visitation i an
ticipated by the St. Andrews irouo
with great pleasure, as demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated by the planned coffee and
cake reception In his honor after
me service, ah are invited to hear
the Bishop's addreis and to ioin
in the following reception.
SUNDAY IN
UNION CHURCH
Oambo
The Medal of the Award. "For
God and Country,'1 will be pre pre-sented
sented pre-sented today to two members of
Troop 10. The ceremony will take
place it the hour of morning wor worship
ship worship in the Gamboa Union Church,
These award are made in cooper.
sunn wimi me rroiesunt commit committee
tee committee on Scutlng of the Boy Scouts
of America, Achievement is bas based
ed based on s rigorous program of stu
dy ind service conducted by the
miniiter. The two recipients ore-
pared papers summsrizlng t h e
inree required phases and recen
iy ippeared before a reviewing
cuinmiuee.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe will
make the address. Other officers
ind members of the Boy Scout
council of the Canal Zona hive
been invited. Mr. P. A. White will
bring greeting from the com
munity.
The two recipients are Johnnie
Lee barker, nephew of Mr. gnd
Mrs. J. E. Stuart, formerly ot
Gamboa, and now residing in Bal
boa;, and William Harry Munyon,
Jr., son of Capt. and Mrs. W. H.
Munyon of Gamboa. Harrv li a
Ufa Scout. Both young tnt4 pass-
au an requirements witn n l g n
standing.
Boy Scouts and other divisions
ox scouting win De represented by
members in uniform. They will git
in body during the convocation
which will begin at 10:40 a. in
Parents and all interested friegds
are invited.
At 2:30 p.m.. minister's and del
CEitea of the four constituent con
gregations of the Union Church of
ths Cinal Zone will convene is a
General Council st Balboa Union
Church.

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bit. they take a dog along, but the hunting companion of John
McCormack, 12, ia his big cat, Nlmrod. The cat loves to go along1 -on
an all-afternoon hunt and is as good as most dogs when it
comes to retrieving wounded game. John lives on the outskirts
of Vlncennes.' Tnrl.

a better today
a successful tomorrow

these are God's

to all who open
the door of their
lives and receive
Christ .

hear HIS MESSAGE Sunday

8:30Spanish SUNDAY SCHOOL English 9:30
Are you Interested in knowing what the Bible teaches?.
. Ever wonder if the Scripture had an answer for your
'questibns about )ifo, death, heaven, sin. You need Bible
gtudy.' BririR your family. In a class of friendly Deople
you learn what God's Word teaches on ma',' subjects.
We have classes for every age and a nursery s provided
for babies.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1951
Russ Meyer Houttem

f AGE SET

Lew Burdette Sis After
Getting SubstantmllRaise
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By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Feb. 7 (UPI) Russ Meyer -.and
Art Houtteman, a pair of big league retreads, have
been offered a chance by Kansas City to demons demonstrate
trate demonstrate they still have some mileage left on the mound.
Both Ditchers are being invited I will join tne Orioles immediately

to train with tne Ainieues ai weni "T. 7,. 1
Palm Beach, Fla., this spring The'last season, and is the 19th Balti-

invitation doesn't exactly say fo more piayei iu omj kuuj.
but it's RSVP meaning U thel
two right handers don't espcndj The St. Louis Cardinals signed
with a good showing in a hurry, .five players but failed to satisfy
they undoubtedly will be on the! a sixth. The five who signed were
outside looking in by the time tite j pitchers Dick Ricketts, Phil Uark
start of the regular season rolls i and Marshall Bridges, catcher
aroun(j IJimmie Schaffer and infiClder Jim
"If Mtirrv Dickson can do it, so McKnight.

can 1." said the 35-year-old Mey-j
er who has been out of baseball
two years but who compiled a 93-1
73 record largelv with tie Phillir-s t
and Dodgers before that.
r.to rn.-L-cnn ctili nitphin? for

the Yankees at' 41, Meyer and the on terms. Cunningham was the
31-year-okl Houtteman have been! Cardinals' second leading hitter,
"around the block as they say batting .312 along with 12 homers
in baseball. !aIlu 5? runs batted, in.

Houtteman, a 19-game winner
for Detroit in 1950, has been
dogged by hard luck throughout
most of his career and th s
could be his last ch.-rtct at a
gaw( league paycheck.
The Athletics are buying him
conditionally from Charleston ot
the American Association where
he won seven games aiv.l lost nine
last season. If his arm holds up,
the purchase will be completed.
The cases of Meyr and Hout Houtteman
teman Houtteman are not entirely unlike
Dickson's, who was unconditional unconditionally
ly unconditionally released by the Cardinals in Oc October
tober October of 1957. The A's signed him
three months later and ho prov proved
ed proved one of their most consistent
pitchers early last season bclore
the Yankees purchased him as in insurance
surance insurance for their strotch run.
The big news on the signing
front yesterday was Lev; Bur-j
dette's acceptance of terms with,
the Milwaukee Braves.
Burdette was one of the last
Milwaukee players to sign his con contract
tract contract last spring after winning
three games in the 1957 World Se Series
ries Series against the Yankees. Lew
went on to win 20 games and lose
10 last year and he received a
raise for 1959 that put him in the
$35,000 to $38,000 class.
Although Burdette fell into line,
the Braves still had no word from
their ace southpaw, Warren Spahn,
who already has returned at least
one contract unsigned andjnakes
Do bones about the fact he is look
ing for a raiVe. The Braves pre
sumably offered Spahn the same
money he earned last year when
he won 22 games.
The Baltimore Orioles report reported
ed reported the signing of Brooks Robin
son, 1-year-old third baseman
now serv ng a six-month tour of
duty in the Army.
Robinson is scheduled to be sep separated,
arated, separated, from service April 5 and

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Basketball
Results
College Basketball Results
East
St. John's (N.Y.) 85 Richmond 76
Springfield 57 AmJierst 44
Bucknell 79 Temple 72
Gettysburg 80 Delaware 71
Manhattan 63 New York ,U. 58
American U. 86 Upsala 62
Hunter 59 Long Island U. 50
Williams 90 Middlebury 68
South
Hmdn-Sdny 76 Wash'n and Lee 67
Savannah St. 70 Norfolk St. 67
Seton 110 Miami (Fla,). 97
Eastern Ky. 73 Tennessee Tech 69'
High Point 87 'Elon M
Clark.,ollege 71 Fisfc, 64
Memphis St. ,..95 Tampa 86,
Spring Hill 33 Loybla (La J 30
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Midwest
Bradley 86 Seattle U, 70
Creighton 78 South Dakota 76
Albipn 83 Bluffton 79
Qncrdia (Minn. 78 North. Mich 72
Southwest
Trinity (Tex.) 70 Corpus Christi 52
N. Tex. St. 73 Hrdn-SmnS 72
St. Mary's (Tex.) 84 SW (Tex.) 77
West
Utah 68 Colorado St U. 48
Denver 80 Utah St. 68
Brigham Young '85, New Mexico 77
Montana 73 Wyoming ,61
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ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
'
Standing as of Feb. 4
Teams W L Cb
Mutual of .Omaha 6 0
Elks N 5 3 2
Legion 4 3 2Vi
Police 3 4 3V4
Pirates 2 6 5
Coca Cola 1 2 6 5

The Legion beat the Pirates 12
to 4 on Monday, Feb. 2, as Wardie
Redman' won his third game of
the season without a loss and his
team mates left their fielding jit jitters
ters jitters at home Instead of bringing
them to the Margarita Playground.
The winners set some sort of
record by hitting and scoring in
each of the six innings as they
pounded out nine hits, six for ex extra
tra extra bases. Orrin Clement, Legion's
fielding "Whiz Kid' who is hitting
well above .300, had a triple and
two Roubles and Henry Shirk, who
played center field for the Gatun
boys, kept above the .400 mark
with homer and a double. Waily
Brians looked fine behind the plate
for the Legion and had himself a
brace of singles. Redman helped
his own cause with a nice double
in the sixth.
Tommy Hickey was far from
being in good pitching form as he
gave up ten hits and seven runs
in the give innings he pitched.
Geoff Thompson, who played short
and caught for the Pirates, had a
perfect day at bat with three for
three, including a double. Ewald
Wiberg, the losers' right fielder
and first baseman, got two hard
smashes thru the infield but an
injured leg prevented him from
stretching the blows to more than
a single each time.
Fielding gems were provided by
Clement, Hutchings, and eight-year-old
Norm Spector, who was
playing right field for the Pirates
at the time.
The box score:
Legion
AB R H E
5 13 0
Clement, ss
Coffin, 2b
Blair, lb
Shirk, cf
Austin, 3b
5
2
4
4
4
4
2
2
1 2
0 0
2V 1
0. 0
Redman, p
Brians, c
Paulson, If
Goguen, rf
Totals i
32 12
Pirates
Tortorici, 2b-ss-p
4
0 0
Chnstoph, c
Spector, 2b-rf
Wiberg, rt-lb
Hickey, p-ss
Thompson, ss-c
Nunley, 3b-ss
Sanders, lb-3b-2b
Urriola, If
Gegg, If
Smith, cf
Totals
1
0 T)
1
0 0 2
,3i 0 2 0
3,1 02
3
3.
3
2
1
0
3 0
1 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
2
1
2
0
0
0 0
4 4
1
26
Score by innings
Legion 123 222-12 9 3
Pirates 000 1034 6 7
The Police Pals put a crimp in
the first half pennant hopes of the
Elks on Tuesday by taking a 5 to
2 victory behind the pitching and
batting of Kenny Karpinski, who
now has a 2 and 2 record.
After two scoreless innings, the
Police put over three runs on a
base on balls, singles by Rocky
Mason and Vern McNamee and a
double by Karpinski. As the game
turned out that was enough for
the Police win.
- The Elks scored in the bottom
of the third but the Pals came
back With a run themselves in the
4th. In the fifth Karpinski made
sure of a victory by hitting a ball
over the center field fence. This
made the score 5 to 1. The Elks
tallied in their half of the fifth for
the last run of the ball game.
Nicky Brooks pitched good ball
for the Elks as he struck out ten
and gave up six hits. However,
Karpinski's 'double and homer
were his downfall as Kennv drove
in three runs with the blows. Kar
pinski, who has been a real hard
luck pitcher, has tossed better
games but for the first time this
year his mates gave him some
runs to work on and that was all
he needed as he allowed five hits.
He struck out seven during the
game, a far cry from his 17 strke strke-outs
outs strke-outs and a loss in his first attempt
this season,.
Jerrv Pabon, third sacker for
the Elks, was the bright spot in
his team t lineup as he hit two
doubles In two at bats and scored
both of hi team's runs. Vern Mc McNamee,
Namee, McNamee, a newcomer to the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic League, got two singles and
played ma usual excellent game
behind the plate for the Police.
The box score:
Police
Crump, ss
Mason, 3b
McNamee, C
Karpinski, p
Haranson, R, 2b
Owen, rf
Hotsko, cf
Carden, If
Smith, lb
Totals

AB R H E
3 110
3 111
3 12 0
3 12 0
3 0 0 0
3 0 0 0
2 10 0
2 0 0 0
3 0 0 0
25 5 1
S 0 0 0
2 2 2 0
2 0 0 0
2 0 11
3 0 10
2 0 11
10 0 1
3 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
2 0 0 0
10 0 0
11 2 5 3

Elki
Will,' rf
Pabon, 3b
Brooks, N., p
Sanders, J., ss
Motta, c v
DeBoyrie, cf
Sanders, Ja., 2b
Acheson, lb
Beds worth, If
Hopkins, lf-2h
Brooks, R., If
Tetals
Srore by innings
Police 003
Elks 001
110-5 6 1
010-2 S 3

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KOBBE KEGLERS The team representing A Company, 1st Battle Group,, 20th Infantry, took
top honors in the Fort Kobbe Bowling Tournament The post champions were presented with a
trophv during a ceremony at which the runner-up squad, the 551st Engineers, also-received an
award. From left in the rear row are Capt. Robert McClenaghan, company commanding officer;
1st Lt. John H. Farrar, MSgt. Robert L. Doney, Sgt. Harvey Wood and Col. B. A. 7 Jones Jr.,
battle group commanding officer who made the presentation. Kneeling are Sp.4 Ronald Munter
and Sgt. Allen R. Williams. (U.S. Army Photo)

CHS Cops

First Half; Game

FINAL STANDINGS
1st Half
Atlantic Twilight League
Teams
Cristobal High
Powells
Bells
CHS-Alumni
Won Lost Pet.
. 5
.. 4
. 2
. 1
.833
.667
.333
.167
Thursday's Results
Cristobal High 12 Bells S
Tomorrow's Game (2 p.m.)
-Powells vs Bells

Frank Selvy Seems To HaVe
Finally Found Cage 'Home'

Frank Selvy, the Furman CcI-'
lege hotshot who failed to make
the grade with foiir professional
clubs, appears to have finally
found a "home" with the New
York Knickerbockers.
The 26-year-old backcourt star,
who came to New York after the
second game of the Atlantic Lit Little
tle Little League season as they downed
the Pirates on Wednesday .by a
score of 6 to 4 behind the four hit
pitching of Ralph Bender.
The Cokes are now tied for last
place with the very same Pirates
but with the return of southpaw
Rick Sanchez to the mound after
having been out for several weeks
with a broken finger, the Bottlers
look strong enough to give any
team a battle.
The game itself was an abbre abbreviated
viated abbreviated affair, five innings, since
the last episode could not get un underway
derway underway by the six o'clock Little
League curfew. The score was tied
going into the last of the fifth.
Here Bob Hutchings, Coke catch catcher,
er, catcher, who had homered over the
right-center wall L. the third, got
a walk to lead off the inning.
Keith McLeod singled to right
sending Bob to second. Both run
ners advanced on a wild pitch. San
chez, playing first for the win
ners, totuea to Larry L-nnsiopn
behind the plate and Hollis Grif Griffon
fon Griffon then went down on strikes.
Richie Wainio hit a hard grass
cutter to Tommy Hickey at short.
K ckey fielded the ball but took
too long to decide whether he
should try for an out at home or
at first. When he did make up his
mind, he threw poorly to first.
Hutchings came nome with the
winning run, McLeod went to
third and Wainio was perched on
first. McLeod then scored the last
run for the Cokes ae he strolled
home on a passed ball.
Ralph Bender struck out eight
and walked two. Jimmy Bedon
went all the way for the Pirates
and set down six via the strike
out route and also allowed two
base on balls. The only, extra ba base
se base hit of the game, other than
Hutching's homer, was a double
bv Coca Cola short stop Terry To To-bin.
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Atlantic

By TREVOR SIMONS
The Cristobal High bats rang out
with a merry tune iot the Tigers'
fans against the Bells nine Thurs
day night, staging a 12-hit attack
for a 12 to 3 win and the first half
championship in the 1959 Atlantic
Twilight League.
Jim Palumbo, who held the Bells
scoreless for all but the sixth in inning,
ning, inning, was nicked for 9 nits as he
posted his second victory in the
Twi-loop, the most important win
for CHS this year. Palumbo struck
out 5 and walked two.
season started, rapidly is proving
that maybe "it's true what they
say about um e, wnere ne
gained collegiate fame as one ol
the South's all-time high scorers.
Last Sunday, for instance, ,he
scored 21 pointsmany of them
key ones and was about the only
New York player to hit consist
ently in a losing cause. Again on
Wednesaay night, even though he
wound up with only nine points,
Selvy coutered when it meant
the most in a nip-and-tuck, 129-
126 victory over the Boston Cel Celtics,
tics, Celtics, who lead the Eastern Divi Division
sion Division race in the National Basket
ball Association.
Thursday night, Selvy wound 'Up
as the Knicks too scorer in
111-98 triumph over Syracuse, the
team's ninth straight over the up
state NewYork, club. Ray Felix
chipped in with 19 while Kenny
Sears, New York's top scorcg,
Shad 1
The Knicks-Nationals game was
the first of two at Philadelphia.
ThtWarrioris, behind Toin Gola's
brilliant all-around play and Paul
Arizin's sharpshooting, defeated
the St. Louis Hawks, 10fi-85. No
other games were scheduled.
Selvy, a 6-foot-3, 180-pounder
broke into the NBA with the old
Baltimore Bullets. He later
played with the Milwaukee'
Hawks and then moved on tor
short stints with St. Louis and
Minneapolis, with time out for a
service hitch. His best season
was his first in which he scored
1,348 points, but he never again
came close to matching that rec record.
ord. record. Given a chance for rjiore
steady work with New York this
season, he already has scored
more than twice as many points
as ne aic in tne two previous
seasons with St. Louis and Min Minneapolis.
neapolis. Minneapolis. TODAY -ENCANTO-35-2CI
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Twi

league

Tomorrow
Billy Bell, playing manager and
sponsor of the Bells, went the
grueling route for the losers and
was banged around for 12 hits"afd
9 earned runs as: the Tigers swept
into the first half title with their
fourth consecutive victory.
The first two frames were un uneventful,
eventful, uneventful, with Palumbo and Bell
matching pitches in what seemed
headed for a pitcher's duel. Bell

had retired the first seven men-fthe

to face him when Jim Palumbo
broke the ice with a single to cen center.
ter. center. Hernandez followed with a
base on balls and after Bowers
had dropped Larry Wilder's fly
ball to left, Don Humphrey ,sin-J
The four-run damage done was
irreparable and enough for the
victory, but the Tieers added an another
other another pair in the fifth and really
broke out in a rash of hits in the
seventh when they scored 6 runs
on 7 hits.
The Cristobal Hit;h assault on
Billy .Bell Dlaced Keith Kulig and
Don Humphrey irt the first and
second slot in the batting cham championship
pionship championship race.' Kulift had 2 for 2
and imped his season average to
.471? The Tiger infielder-pitrher is
now just 9 points above Donald
Humobrev who went 3 for 4 a a-painst
painst a-painst Bells for a .461. In the race
for the batting title. Louis TVdeanx
and Arnold Manning of Powers
are running third and fourth with
4SS and .437 Temective'v.
Second Half Ooens Tomorrow
The 195R defendine chamns,
Powells, will meet Bells in the
ooening game of the second half
ra.ee tomorrow .afternoon at 2 o' o'clock.
clock. o'clock. Powells are expected to
send their ace,' southDaw. Chris
Haas, to the hill against Bell's Jim
Mnn. j
Haas has a 1 "and 0 record and
nitched four inning? of scoreless
ball in relief against Cristobal High
last Sundiy. Jim Mann 2-1) is one
of only three pitchers in the league
with a pair of victories already to
his credit.
The box score:
Balls
Brown, 3b
Ford, ss .
St. Cyr, 2b
Mann, J. cf
Bowers, If
Hansley, rf
Nolan, c
Worrell, lb
Bell, p .
Ab R H Po A E
30 3 9 18 7 1
Cristobal Hiqh
Wilder, 2b ... 4 2 1
Humphrey, If -lb 4
Kulig, ss 2
Cotton, c 4
Bruce, rf .
McGloin, lb
Tompkins, If
Will, cf .
Vinas, cf
Palumbo, p
Hernandez, 3b
29 12 12 21 7 2
Score By Innings
Bells 000 003 8 9
Cristobal High 004 026 X 12 12
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Gun Club Notes
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BALBOA GUN CLUB
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The registered' trap shoot at he
Balboa Gun Club traps, Jan. 25,
drew a crowd of 12 shooters, with
nine guns shooting for the trophies
and seven suckers- in on th op-tionals.r-The
. sun was"' right, the
weather was dry, with, a, dry sea season
son season breeze to keep us cool without
making the birds wild. --
Bill Qunningham topped all guns
for the "Overall Champion Tro Trophy"
phy" Trophy" with a 92 total lor the four
events and took home the sterling
silver cup. Carl Janson was runner-up
champion with a round 90.
Mrs. Mildred Warden, a visitor
from the States, walked away with
the woman's trophy. If you are
interested in- what, anybody else
shot, look below.. No junior shoot shooters
ers shooters cODSpetesd "so? that Trophy Will
be presented at the next shoot.
In the 18-yard event, "Nobby"
Kellar took everybody and the
trophy with a straight 25, includ including
ing including Bill Cunningham who could
only shoot a 24.
In the handicap event. Carl Jan
son was high gun with a straight
Dut was not eligible for the tro trophy
phy trophy because he took the runner runner-up
up runner-up champion Trophy. R. Whale
then picked up the trophy with the
next nigh score ol 24.
In the 25 yard, event, Bill Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham was high gun with a 24
and he also gave up "the trophv
in favor of the Overall Cha mninh
Sterling Cut to H. Shacklett, who
I : i ... y
ci vwuing mm wjm a 21,. : t
In the double event Bill run.
ningham again came out hieh nun
With a 23 out of a Dossible 12
pairs, Dut torneted -to "Nobby''
Keller, who also tied him with a
23. "Nobby" decided to take the
16-yard event trophy, whiclr left
Piston's Yardley
On Trading Block
BOSTON (UPD Iniured Detroit
Piston star George Yardley.- who
claims he's like the cas; on bis
hand, "itching to play," was on
trading block today and at
last four clubs were reported "in "interested."
terested." "interested." Piston General Manaeer NieV
Kerbawy, who left Detroit Thurs
day nignt with the expressed in intention
tention intention of seekine a dealer th
nign-sconng former Stanford ace,
wjs expeciea to talk today with
officials of'the Boston Celtics and
Syracuse Nationals.
Yardley, who last year topped
an all-time National Basketball
Association record for individual
scoring in a season with 2,001
points, would be a welcome addi addition
tion addition to any team. His "market"
value however, may have dronpad
in view. of recent statememVthat
he would nrobahlv
sibnal basketball only "this year
and next."
Boston Celtic owner Walter
Brown told United Press Interna,
tional Thursday night that "natu "naturally,
rally, "naturally, we'd be interested in anv
deal involving Yardley." Brown
added, however, that he had not
had a chance to talk with Co;wli
Bed Auerbach in connection with
such a deal. He said Kerbawy
had not contacted him as yet.
The Nats, who play DetroiJ to tonight
night tonight while the St. Louis Hawki
meet the Celts in an NRA rfnuhie.
header -at the Garden, have also-
snown interest in Yardley as have
the New Yock Knicks and Minne
apolis lakers.

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a mat- uuuer me u-30-20-10a""
split, everybody- got someth iigi;
with Bill Cunningham picking
the most and Capt Loge the leasUl
uugc a lmcicsieu m nig least,
the trap manager is holdins thZl
17 cents which was his split shares

ea wun mree otners Tiea m thrl
handicap event, ' J
The next trap shoot, will ,be held
at Balboa Trans. Far. Fan : Sn,'

day, Feb. 22. Registered h 1 r d r '-
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Doc Norris
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Mrs. Warden
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Capt. Loge
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Carl Janson s v
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Capt. Loge
Doc Norris
H. Shacklett
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There will be held at this 'club'"

on Feb. 8, beginning at 10 a,ni'.'?
a 75-target registered trap shoots
with programcas follows: .r -m"

25 Targets i.from'46 yard rise."
25 targets from ATA yardages.?'
12 pair doubles from 16 vards.-

50 cents registration fees will'1
be charged those shooters Vbo'
care to have their targets regis1'
tered with the ATA., and 50 cents"
for opt onals on each e,vertt to;
be divided straight percentage orf"'
over-all score divisions, Trap s--'
will be open for practice fron 9 k
a.m. to 10 a.m. 'iv-v'J ;'.T
Private parties may indulge inf
either trap or skeept shooting i a'-.
any time, during the weekly ap"!

pointment. Just call 4-545 for ar arrangements.
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JOE WILLIAMS

It was about t year ago that the
Giants and Dodgers took c'f for
th Wast lovin ths hi a VII
MD II Wi '0
Without mtionil League repraen repraen-tation
tation repraen-tation for the first time since Flo
Ziegfeld invented the "skin opera.
And althoagh the Dig town
fiad taken in stride many anoth another
er another trying ordeal, including near
beer, meatless Mondays ana
mo camera, this was a calamitous
event which stirred outrage and
I sorrow in equal proportions.
Not avon thA nnlH niistpritv nf
justice waa immune. Harry Frank, j
a Supreme Court Justice. Dime
down emotionally in dismissing a
minority stockholder's suit to. pre prevent
vent prevent the Giants from deserting the
Polo Grounds..."This case has, in
truth, been a most difficult one
on the court to resolve, for be beneath
neath beneath these judicial Jobes beats
the heart of a Giant fan."... Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps not in history has-the nobili
ty of the law been put to such a
outaearcmng- test, , r
Then suddenly: inmost -as -ii oy
divine guidance, Robert Carpenter,
white plumed, compassionate own
er of the Phillies, came galloping
to the succor of the stricken me metropolis,
tropolis, metropolis, astride a coaxial cable..'.
"It is unthinkable that -Yew Yore
should lose all contact with, the
National League. Despair no more.
I'll televise a full schedule of home
fames into your parlors and
pubs."
carpenter, a iu font scion.
hence pathetically needy sub subject
ject subject went further; choici reserva reservations
tions reservations would be set aside lor New
York, and Brooklyn fans whose
idolatry could be satisfied only by
gazing upon their heroes in the
flesh. There would be fecial ac
commodation, trains on the hour.
How much the network paid the
Phillies' owner for his altruism
wasn't disclosed, A popular estim
ate was $300,000. To what extent
hia box office profited by tourist
fans involves Jess speculation ...
"Little, if any at all." informs
Roy Hamey, Carpenter's general
manager at the time, now a mem member
ber member of the Yankee front office.
NL Version of Cart.
Actually! the Phillies' attendance
wis off 18 percent from the year
before, and since they finished a
disenchanting' -last,- it's a moot
question whether the telecasts dis
couraged rather. than encouraged
further interest in NL baseball
heye. The- league migit ha"
iomw more rewarding -jt tney

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had paid
keep his
Carpenter $300,000 to
misfits off the local
screens.
It may be significant that the
telecasts aren't to be repeated this
year. This normally implies back
of advertiser interest. Even last
year, when there was a distorted
tendency to view the situation as
a major tragedy which only TV
could ameliorate, the n etwo rk
wasn't able to attract complete
sponsorship.,
While the Philadelphia imari imari-tan
tan imari-tan was the first to respond to the
orphaned fans' distress, it is on only
ly only fair to note he was not compel
led to carry the burden al lie. Pre Presently
sently Presently Pittsburgh and' St. Louis
also began to pipe their games
into the metropolis, at what gain
to the clubs' treasuries can only
be guessed. These, we h ear,
aren't to be repeated, either.
In fact, indications are that this
baseball' version of Care is to be
abandoned altogether.
Another Wrong Gueis
Apparently, the Yankees are to
have, the field entirely to.them
selves this year. Sponsors will
ing, all home and road games will
be televised, On account of. the
time differential sponsors aren't
too enthusiastic about games ori
ginating, in Kansas City.
Last season an all-time record
for one city was set with 264 base baseball
ball baseball telecasts. The '59 ot1 drop
to 154 maximum, if air Ya"Vee
gamM are included, 143, if Kn-S
sas City is excluded, this on the
assumption the Phillies, Pirates
and Cards, have run out of bene
volence.
Th, notion that the defection of
the Giants and TWeerg wo"ld o o-pen
pen o-pen a new. profitable market was
onlv one o several mi'eoncentions
engendered rvhe sthmtjon. Tn
'57 the Do's drowr vn?8 .M, t
Gint 653.932. making a total of
1.682.190 homeless fan r. A ihi
nercentatfe of these for all th'r
NL DartiaPsHp. couRe"jio',Wv
be exoected to turn to th Snd Snd-ium
ium Snd-ium for thefr baseball. If they
did, the turnstiles didn't show, it,
On the contrary, Yankee attend
ance was 74.W4 under that of '57.
"And lt"s reassuring to hea thai
even Supreme Court Justice Frank
has adjusted to the reamies of the
catastrophe, and no lonkrer 1 weep
lamply in his jurisprudence, n
looks as if we may survive after
all,
Plumpton,-England.
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V.W. Club Plans
Trip To Volcan
The Panama CJZ. VW Club
members ,and Euest are : really
enjoying" the I dry ecm! t ? Last
Sunday 40 cars in a caravan su suited
ited suited the "Graham Papaya Ranch"
near th entrance to El Valie. L
Mr. and Mr-. Graham welcom
ed the club at the police ; check
Ttoint in San Carlos and guided
the cars to Che farm. A visit to
the papaya plantation, was made
and tho?e with cameras had a
winderfui eppoi run ty for some
pictures -One at the farm, some
went swimming and spent one of
the most ynjaykble Sundays out.
At its regular monthly" business
meeting the Panama G.Zr r VW
Club made detailed plana for
trips to the interior during the
month of February; Schedule for
Feb. 15th is: a caravan to Mala Malays
ys Malays (about 150 miles one way) to
see the religious festival
Departure time is 5 a.m., from
the Diablo Clubhouse. (Early but
worth it!) Bring pic-nic lunch
and cameras. .. .,
Biggest yet is the trip to, the
Province of Chiriqui on, Feb. 20,
21, 22 and 23; Departure time is
5;30 p.m. ifrom the Diablo, Club
house (on jre2t .overpight in
Santiago: jnd mtnunrn
urday -toward' David. Hotel lac-!
commodations are available, hut
interested parties must make res
ervation' not later than Feb. 14i
by calling (In the evening) lVfrs.i
Gordon f hiel Balboa 2107.
No competitive' event was
scheduled for the month of Feb February
ruary February but a big surprise in that
line is scheduled for March.
There is only one regulation in
this club and is that members
must owned a VW.
If you are an owner, and would
like to join us, come to our reg regular
ular regular monthly meeting the first
Monday ,of every month, usually
at the El Panama Hilton Hotel
or if you hear about the events
come and find out- for youfself,
or you can1 write for particulars
to: Panama C.Z.-VW Club, Box
163, Diablo Hts., C.Z.
Clayton Defeats
Kobbe For Second
Time This Season
The Clayton Cavaliers defeated
the Kobbe Regulars Wednesday
(Feb. 4) for the second time this
season, to the tunc of 8-5. Their
earlier victory was a 10-3 win
two weeks ago. The Regulars
have beaten the Cavaliers only
once so far at the mid season
point, and the Cavalier wins this
week put the two teams in a first first-olace
olace first-olace tie.
The Cavaliers scored all their
runs in the first four innings as
they put together three in the'
first on two walks, two singles
and a sacrifice. In the second, a
Regular error, Stan Christian's
double and a single accounted for
another tally. In the third, after
two were out, two singles, a walk
and an error made it seven. In
the fourth, they scored their last
run on a walk and two infield er errors.
rors. errors. The Regulars tallied twice in
the second on Jim Weeks triple,
two walks and an error. In the
third, a sacrifice, a walk and Vin
cent Medina's single scored one.
One more run came across in the
fifth as Jose Rosario hit a pinch
double which scored Jim Weeks,
Who was on through an Infield
error. The regulars fell short as
they only scored once more and
that in the ninth on a double by
Medina, a walk, and two straight
singles.
Del Flanagan Wins
'Hometown Verdict'
Over Ralph Dips.
ST. PAUL, Minn. tUPI)-Speed
was the difference between victor
Del Flanagan and vanquished
Ralph Dupas, but the officials and
the fighters all saw the same
thing differently.
"Sure, he hit me more," Flana Flana-ean
ean Flana-ean said, "but they were just
light taps and when I hit him, I
hit him hard."
"Why, I hit him four or five
times for every punch he landed."
Dupas said, complaining bitterly
about a "hometown" decision.
.'Flanagan, who had been fourth
ranked among the welterweights,
gained a split decision for his sev seventh
enth seventh straight triumph. Judge Jim
Perrault gave Dupas, who was
third-ranked, a 97-96 edge.
The United Press International
card was 97-95 for Dupas,. and
representatives of the four St.
Paul Minneapolis papers also
scored the bout for Dupas, one of
them by a 98-94 tally.
But Judge Dick Delaney made
it 98-95 for Flanagan and refereo
John Stanton 97-95 for the Minne-o-

spoils boxer to give him his 63rd
win in 110 pro bouts. It was Du Dupas'
pas' Dupas' 11th defeat in 91 matches.
C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
The Caribbean Forces ;lt. a fl I o
and Television Network has an announced
nounced announced the following schedule of
stateside sports : events for the
coming week: l ; ' :
Radio
Sunday, Feb. 8 Basketball,
Boston Celtics vs i New York
Knickerbockers, 12:30 p.m.
v TV "v '"
Saturday, Feb. 7 Golf Show
encore, 11:15 p.m.
- Sunday, Feb. 8 Basketball,
Boston vs Syracuse, 3. '05 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 11 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fights, 10 p.m. ".'
Thursday, Feb. 12 Fight of
the Week, 10 p.m. v.: 1
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SWEET AND SWIFT Six cute little girls ages. 7 to 9 represent-
ing Gamboa, wiH show the public some fine form and speed' at the
. 5 ' i
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boa Pool March 1, at 3 p.m.' (Back row left to right) Debbie Mc Mc-Aodpw.'Ecbe
Aodpw.'Ecbe Mc-Aodpw.'Ecbe Holmes, Elva Sellens. (Frdnt row Betsy' Foster,
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NEW YORK (UPI)-Pro basket
ball, for which all has been fi financial
nancial financial sweetness and lucrative
light, is suffering today from .the
age old plight in which one or two
teams get a competition-killing
corner on the top talent.
"Break up the Yankees, was
a tearful demand in the American
League a few years ago when
murderers row was making ham
burger out of the opposition. The
Yankees still are at it because no
body has caught up to the organi
zational lead they established.
The same thing has happened
in pro basketball, where the Bos Boston
ton Boston Celtics dominate the Eastern
Division and the St. Louis Hawks
overshadow the Western Division.
. St... Louis has a, 17-game lc.1
over Detrdit,' 17-Vi over Minne Minneapolis
apolis Minneapolis and 24 over Cincinnati.
Boston, in its division, has an 8:4
game lead' on the New York
Knickerbockers, 12 over Syracuse
and 15 over Philadelphia.
Customers Stay Away
Conditions such as these stifle
the late season zeal of the trailing
teams and kpen the yawning riis-
tomers away in droves.
There has been much discussion
in National Basketball Association
circles shout evnenHinir tn the
West Coast. But, before this is
aone, waiter Brown otthe Celtics
makes a telling point when he
suggests that first those teams
currently in the swim had best
be strengthened into the status of
competitors.
"We are strung out like a bunch
of freight cars,'r he says. "Obvi "Obviously
ously "Obviously this lack of balance is hurt hurt-i
i hurt-i the whole league in the mat matter
ter matter of attendance W must
store the element of competiton."
Brown RIIPPPSI ob nneafhllitv I
that maybe his own Celtics and
the Hawks should pass up their
draft choice to give the weak
sisters a crack at some of the top

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DOUBLE CHAMPS Sp.4 Bill Pace, left, congratulates his part partner,
ner, partner, Sgt. Ray Schillings, after they won the Fort Kobbe doubles
title. Pace went on to win the singles crown when he defeated Sgt.
Schillings by a close margin in the tennis tournament's final match.
Both men are assigned to Headquarters Company, 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry, 'U.S. Army Photo)
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college stars when they become
available for pro duty.
Requires Much Thought
This, it must be noted, is only
a suggestion. Brown asserts firm
ly that "it requires a lot of
thought. Personal aims and sains
naturally require him to think of
the Celtics first and the league
second.
As example, he points out that
the whole status quo may be
changed drastically when W'lt
(The Stilt) Chamberlain joins the
Philadelphia Warriors after the
7-fdoter serves his current year
with the Harlem Globetrotters
One player like Chamberlain
could change the Warriors from
aJo.rans to champions.
"But certainly this isn't the time
to go west," Brown contends.
"First we must strengthen our
present teams.
Cities Eye Franchises
Chicago, San Francisco, Los
Angeles. Houston and Portland all
are looking forward to eventual
membership in the NBA. Abe
Saperstein, head of the Globe Globetrotters,
trotters, Globetrotters, has dipped in a foreign
oar to advise the NBA gratis
that it should go to the coast.
' "Bu the chances are that we'd
only be picking up some more
weak sisters while adding to pur
expenses, Brown insists. "Mean
while, nobody can start yelling
'break up the Yankees' to us or
St. Louis."
Why not? Well, the basketball
balance of power is an unpredic unpredictable
table unpredictable item. Bill Russell is the top
man for the Celtics and yet, it is
theorized, Chamberlain may han handle
dle handle him when he gets in. One man
makes that much of a difference
in pro basketball. So nobody wants
to give away too much and yet if
they don't the attendance drop
could be fatal. Thus the pros are
the victims of their own profici
ency.
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DEFEATS ROSEWALL
SYDNEY (UPI)-Frank Sedg-
man advanced to the final round
of the Jack Kramer professional
tennis tournament Wednesday
when he defeated Ken Rosewall,
7-9, 7-5, 9-7, 6-2. Sedgman will
meet the winner of the Pancho
Gonzales-Lew Hoad match for the
title.
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NEW YORK (UPI)-New York
Ranger defenseman Lou Fontiuato
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night's tonight's game against the Red
Wings in Detroit. Fontinato still is
recuperating from a broken nose
sustained in a fist fight with De Detroit's
troit's Detroit's Gord e Howe in Madison
Square Garden last Sunday night.
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CARDS SIGN D'AGOSTINO
CHICAGO (UPI) Fran
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who played in the Canadian pn
fessional football league last sn;
son, has signed with the Chic r
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day.
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pates. Phone Balboa 1866.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
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4. Campo AlesroPhono 3-2795.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom house, in
Campo Alegre. For Information
call Oela Torre, 3-7206.
FOR RENT: COTTAGE, 3 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms air conditioned, furnished,
includes Bendix washer, freezer.
Large livingioom, porch, terrace,
generous patio. Golf Heights
near sea. Separate maid's quart quarters,
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March, S250, telephone 4-1391.
and 4-1392.
FOR RENT: FURNISHED
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Nere Today,
Cone Tomorrow
TOPEKA, Kan. (UPI)-Football
Coach Larry Reid claimed a
world record at Topeka High
School Friday.
Reid was appointed coach Mon
day night, was hanged in effigy
Tuesday.
Having- trouble with your e e-lectronic
lectronic e-lectronic Equipment? Call
and you will, be promptly
serviced. Tel. 3-7489
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Young Poetess
Dies Following
Her Prediction
NOTTINGHAM, England (UPI)
-Ten-year-old Madeline Jennings
showed unusual perception.
When she was only 6 she start started
ed started writing poetry. Some of her
poems were used by Uie British
Braadcaiatint Corp.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jennings
said the pig-tailed little girl,
whom they adopted as a baby,
'hocked them three weeks ago by
talking and writing about her
own death, although she seemed
healthy and normal.
She walked into their bedroom
Wednesday morning and said
calmly: "Mummy, 1 can't get my
breath hack. I think I am going
to die."

i 'She died an hour later. A doctor
said she had suffered a rare
, throat infection.

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Apartments
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or independent room.
Beautiful residential section.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
three bedrooms, livingroom, din din-ingroom,
ingroom, din-ingroom, porch, roof. Tel. 2 2-4756.
4756. 2-4756. FOR RENT: Campo Alegre.
Completely furnished ane room
apartment, opposite. Hotel Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, hot water, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Fine three bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with three bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, a maid's room with bath,
porch-living combination, dining-room-
back porch, kitchen, laun laundry,
dry, laundry, garage, piped for hot water,
back yard and front yard located
in Bella Vista, second floor, com complete
plete complete private entrance, a duplex
building. Rent $160.00. Phone
Panama 3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment in Bella Vista, $80.00
with utilities. Ave. Mexico 69,
Phone 3-0553.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
Nationalist China
Basketball Team
Plays Here Monday
On its way back home from
Santiago, Chile, the basketball
team of the Republic of China to
the III World Basketball Cham Championship,
pionship, Championship, will play a friendly
game with the national selection
of Panama en Monday, Feb. 9,
at the, National Gymnasium
through the sponsorship of the
Federation of Basketball of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. The game will be preceded by
one to bt played by the Chinese
Kuomintang Team of Colon and
the Chines Selection of Panama
at 7 p.m. Entrance tickets are
obtainable at the door of the
gymnasium before the game.
Jap Airliner
Makes Emergency
Landing On Wake
TOKYO (UPD A Japanese air airliner
liner airliner with 37 persons aboard, in including
cluding including the secretary-general of
the Southeast Asia Treaty Organ Organization,
ization, Organization, made an emergency land landing
ing landing on Wake Island with a crip crippled
pled crippled eneine, it was announced
yesterday.
The four-engine Japan Airlines
plane was enroute to Tokyo from
Honolulu with 9 crewmen and 28
passengers, including SEATO
Chief Pote Sarasin, when it was
forced to land Thursday.
Full day excursion
SAN BLAS
Si ruarv 15
COPA twin engine
DC-3 Transporv
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. 2-1661
LIFE INSURANCE
r II
JIM RIDGE
(General Agent
Gibraltnr Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
9:00 a.m. to 12:00
2:00 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
JUDSON
Superchargers
for your
Volkswagen and (ihia
MGA, Dauphine
50
more power
Ci'a. Islmena le
Auto Servicio, S.A.
Frangipani St
Tel. 2-1870

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super,
dynaflow. Call Nw 2226, 8 a.
m. to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Due to urgent trip,
1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 Spe Special,
cial, Special, in perfect condition. Com Completely
pletely Completely equipped with luxurious
extras and factory installed air
condition. Call 3-1630.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Custom
300, 2 door sedan, new car con condition,
dition, condition, 16,000 actual miles.
Phone Balboa 2-3338 or Corosal
2137.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac
hardtop coupe $2600. Off. 82 82-3117.
3117. 82-3117. Res. 84-5216.
AUTOS EISENMANN, S.A., Of Offers
fers Offers the best used cars in town:
1958 CHEVROLEET-Bel Air 4
Door, WS Wall tires, radio,
plastic upholstery.
1957 Pontiac Catalina, hardtop,
tutone, radio, WS Wall tires,
excellent condition.
1957 Chevrolet, hardtop, tutone,
radio, WS Wall tires.
1956 Buick hardtop, tutone,
airconditioned. WSW tires.
1955
door,
tires.
Ford Country sedan, 4
tutone, new WS Wall
1955 Plymouth Station Wagon,
4Door, tutone, radio, New white
tires.
I
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. Tels. Panama 2-2616 fir 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.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 2
door, 6 cyl., power-glide under under-coating,
coating, under-coating, only 10.000 miles. Per Perfect
fect Perfect condition, calle Balboa 2 2-1405.
1405. 2-1405. Tennessee Asked
To Repeal Law
On Evolution
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UPI) A
branch of the American Chemical
Society has asked that Tennessee
repeal its law forbidding the
teaching of evolution.
The group said the statute,
which gave rise to the famous
"monkey trial" of high school
teacher John T. Scopes in 1925.
is continuously violated and that
'widespread contempt for one
law leads too easily to contempt
for other laws.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
The New
NIKON
With bullt-ln Universal
Vlewflnder System
Panama
Colon
AGENCIA de CAMBIO
Y SERVICIO
We cash ehecks and Lottery
tickets at any time.
We are located right across
from the Ancon Bus Stop.

(Guide

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Due to urgent trip,
household furniture, in perfect
condition. Reasonable prices.
Call 3-1630.
FOR SALE: Kelvinator 18 cu.
ft.. "Upright" deepfreeze, $280.
Kelvinator clothes dryer, 60
cycle, $100.00. Both in good
condition. 86-5294 Albrook,
quarters 332-B.
BARGAINS (only this week)
HI-FI console radio and record
player 225.00, modern mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany wardrobes 39.00, sideboards
12.50, double beds wsprings
12.50, bunk beds 39.00, China
closets 18.00, cribs complete
29.00, lawn chairs 4.50, kitchen
table 5 50, coffee tables 9.50,
nite tables 7.50, lovely telephone
tables 19.50, brand new folding
beds 27.50, mattresses 6.50, pil pillows
lows pillows 0.95. HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE
CHANGE EXCHANGE National Ave. No.
41 (Auto Row) Tel. 3-7348 3 3-4911.
4911. 3-4911. FOR SALE: Hand carved Cuban
dining room furniture, bamboo
living room furniture, Simmons
bedroom furniture, curtains, and
gas stove. Address; Calle Ricardo
Arias, Edificio "Fomol", apart apartment
ment apartment 3, Campo Alegre. Tel. i i-6992.
6992. i-6992. FOR SALE: Bedroom set, dres dresser
ser dresser and chest, iron bed, desk,
girl's 24" bike, freezer, washer,
(automatio dryer), miscellaneut
items. Phone Balboa 1681, call
Saturday and Sunday morning.
Caroll.
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,
Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Owner leaving Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Priced for quick sale. One
12 ft. Sears refrigerator, one
double oven gas range, one 30
gallon gas hotwater tank, Vene Venetian
tian Venetian blinds, corner cabinets, 2
dressers, Hollywood double bed,
head board, box spring and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, electrie washing machine
automatic wringer. All lit excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Apartment "L"
Edificio Sousa, No. 37, 44th
Street. Phone 3-4126.
FOR SALE: Trundle Bed win win-nerspring
nerspring win-nerspring mattresses, 2 Folding
Beds. House 0303. Cable Hts.,
Ancon.
FOR SALE: Maytag washer,
new 60 cycle motor, baby crib,
porch glider, Roger Chisolm,
746-A, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Modern furniture,
lamps and beautiful rugs. Deluxe
model mangle ironer. All in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, phone 3-6775.
Jewish Spokesman
Claims Racial Hale
Growing in Germany
BERLIN (UPI) Nazism and
anti Semitism aire on the rise
again in Germany, a leading
jewisn spoKesman said today.
me sDatemem was maae to a
reporter by Heinz Galinski. chair
man of the directory of the Cen
tral council of Jews in Germany.
uaunski said anti Jewish ac
tivity was "symptomaitic of a re
vival of the forces of a calami
tous past.
The Jewish camimiunitv an
peals to the public, to schiools, un universities,
iversities, universities, trade unions, churches,
parents and press to resist this
portentous ghost of the past,"
Galinski said.
Galinski sadd everv outbreak nf
"race madness" touched off a
chain reaction by encouraging
other race fanatics. He said it
was difficult to estimate the real
strength of Nazi resurgence be because
cause because many former Nazis hurl in.
filtrated democratic parties.
Two Men Arrested
By Secret Service
For Stealing Gold
JACKSONVILLE. Fla. (UPI)
Two men, including a suspended
Jacksonville policeman, were sen sentenced
tenced sentenced in federal court yesterday
for transporting 2 women toAtlan
ta for immoral purposes.
Former policeman Hugh J. Res Res-mondo,
mondo, Res-mondo, 36, waa handed a three three-year
year three-year sentence, and Herman L.
Griffin, 32, received a two year
term.
Walter ,C. Shea, one of the
representatives for Resmondo,
said he believed "we should be
granted either a motion for ac acquittal
quittal acquittal or a new trial." He ar argued
gued argued that the charge was not
clearly specified in the indict indictment.
ment. indictment.
If your proteMlonal or amateur
truiimlHor ntean repairing, talk
with Rand Dili, our
TR0PELC0, S. A.
Service Dept. Manager Tel. Ne
3-7488.
45th SL Via Eapafta.

Senile

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Baby Grand piano,
in perfect condition .$390.00.
DeSoto car 1952 $200.00. Calle
31 No. 4.41.
FOR SALE: 30 inch 4 blade
exhaust fan, plywood frame V
h.p., motor, brand new. Apt.,
0840-P, Acacia lace, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Opportunity. Brand
new camera, Vitesse Voiglandar,
2.8, light meter, telemeter, $95.
Phone 2-0406.
FOR SALE: Two Weitinghouse
refrigerators.' Celt 6-373. House
0252 "C' Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Stock of "Dry Ice,
Corp." Good price, call phone
3-453?.
FOR SALE: TV 24" Capahart,
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 Curundu
du Curundu Clubhouse manager.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS FERROUS SCRAP
METALS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
A.M., February 13, 1959, in the
office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, for approximately
7,000 net tons' of Ferrous Scrap
Metal located at the Salvage
Section, Balboa Storehouse, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-3110. Invitation No. S-58-424
may ba obtained from
the above source, or from office
of Superintendent, Storehouse
Branch, telephone 2-1086.
FOR SALE: Piano $50. Phone
5-557 Gatun 223-B.
FOR SALE: Carrier air condi conditioner,
tioner, conditioner, good condition $150.00.
Telephone Fort Amador 5196.
FOR SALE: 14 pair pollers
floweres (tembleques), $12.00.
Call Balboa 2675.
FOR SALE' Book ease bed
foam rubber sofa secretare. Elec Electric
tric Electric are' welder, new bath tub,
wasb bonl, Balboa 4491.
Dogs
FOR SALI: AKC Boxar pup.
piai, fawn housa 0764-B, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4258.
FOR SALE: Cockar Spanial and
German Shaphard puppiti. No. 39
Mariano Areiamena Strcar, Apro.
3.

Former Nazi Guards Jailed For Life

For Wartime Prison
BONN, Germany (UPI)- A
West Gorman count yesterrlaijr con convicted
victed convicted two former Nazi concen concentration
tration concentration camp guards of multiple
murder and sentenced them to
life imprisonment at hard labor.
The defendants were "Iron Gus Gus-tav"
tav" Gus-tav" Sorge and Wilhelm f'Pistol"
Schubert who served as SS. guards
at the infamous Estarwege and
the Sachsenhausen concentration
camps fron about 1935 until their
capture by the Allies in World
War II.
The court's decision ended a
four month trial during which
more than 150 witnesses brought
from all over the world testified
to acts of brutality committed by
the two guards.
Sorge received 67 life terms to
run concurrently, Schubert. 46.
Each man received one life sen
tence for each murder of which
he was found guilty.
In addition, the men received
an extra 15-year sentence for in
direct participation in other kill
ins.
Both men had been sentenced
by a Soviet military court in 1946
to life imprisonment at hard la

The Pacific Jteam navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BT ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA ECUADOR, PERU AND CHUJS
S.S. "KENUTA" Feb.
M.V. "COTOPAXI" .Feb. 80
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GTJAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (11,188.26 Tons) Mar. 17
(Air-conditioned) ;
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. 4'SALAMANCA" .Feb. It
tt.V. "PIZARRO" v ........ .Feb. 20
ROYAL MAIL LINES. LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH AVON" .....Feb. ;
S.S. "DALERDYK" Feb. 18
TO UKCONTINENT
S.S. "BRITTANY" J.Ttb. 15
S.S. "DINTELDYK" ....Feb. 17
-LL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
TELEPHONES
Cristobal S-1IS4B Panama 8-12578 BaJbaa 8-ltM

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Let 500 and 1.000
meters, In the Nuevo Hipodrome
Urbanization, across the Remoa
Racetrack. All lots with ttreet
front, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W, McBaraeH.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE: Let 1.066 square
meters ia the best location of
La Cresta, situated between "V
Street and new street. Far infor information
mation information phase call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Property in Arral Arral-Jan.
Jan. Arral-Jan. Cool location, two story
beut well, fruit trees. For in information
formation information call Balboa 1317.
FOR SALE: In El Valla. Large
four-bedroom concrete house
193 square meter. Completely
furnished. All modern conven conveniences
iences conveniences including hot water. Sep Separate
arate Separate concrete servants' quarter
with i bath. Private crystal clear
spring wafer supply. 31,342
square meter of land could ba
subdivided into building lot. Ap Approximately
proximately Approximately 100 bearing fruit
trees. Beautiful location. Bargain
at $17,500, Balboa 2-3060.
Paraiso Credit Union
Names Hew Officers,
Declares Dividends
The largest audience ever to at attend
tend attend the annual meeting of the
Red Tank-Paraiso Credit Union
which was held last Saturday
voted for the declaration of
four per cent dividend. Other bus
iness included nominations and
elections for the new term.
Reports from the various com
mittees were presented and fully
discussed.
The installation of officers was
conducted by Rev. W. H. Stew
art of the Bethel Mission, of Pa
raiso.
Maurice Hey wood t the mm
iresident: Cvrit D. Atfteney.. v
ee-president; Ellis t, Fawcwtt.
treasurer: Hamilton iavauaj. as
sistant treasurer: Goldbrune P.
Mavnard. clerk.
The credit committee tndudefe
Wilfred Lowe, chaironan; Antonio
Lewis. Clifford Stewart and John
Hogan on the supervisory commit committee
tee committee are Alfonso Alexis, Dudley
Jones and Roy Bryce. Other mem
bers of the board are Mrs. Maud
line Holder, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Wil
bert Neafield and Kenneth Cy
rus.
Camp Brutalities
bor for participation in the mur
der of more than 10,000 Russian
war prisoners. They wer re
leased in early 1956, however,
when Russia greed to return
some Germans still held prison
er.
During the trial here, a parade
of witnesses painted am awe
some picture of brutal conditions
imposed by the two guards at the
camps. Witnesses testified" the
guards often "welcomed1' new
prisoners by beating them sense sense-less,
less, sense-less, or suffocated them by hold
ing their heads beneath the sur
face of latrine trenches.
Other testimony said the two
men sometimes exterminated
prisoners by lining them a (fa
a wall, placing pistols uirougn
knot holes in the wooden parti
tions and shooting the victims in
the back of the head.
OSLO (UPI) Cabinet maker
Casper Caspersen. accused of
stealing paintings by fanned Nor
wegian artist Edward Munch, was
found innocent after he painted a
near-perfect facsimile of, one of
Munch's works in court.

SERVICES

Prefect yew kerns sal sressf sressf-fy
fy sressf-fy afslntt intact iimiii.
Prampt scisatHit treatmant
msrfsncy taathly ujffN
basis. TaUphoiM Preato Sarrica,
Panama 3-7977 er Celen 1777.
TV SERVICES
For batter Homt Sarrica, Always
Rely en
U.S. TELEVISION.
Phont 3-7607 Panama, Servics
from 9:00 a.m. ta 10:00 a.m.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Fatter, mora eonomical. TV, Ra Radios,
dios, Radios, HI-FI Transistors specialist..
Wo service all makes and models.
We don't protend to ojuarantsa
our work.
Wo guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tirol
Ave. U-20. Tel. 2-1905.
CAMERA REPAIRS. Alt makes,
all work tuaranread. Call HAT.
ERS 103, Colon 8057, 7th St.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: IS ft. Cebineruiser,
outboard. Call Clayton 6213.
LOST: Diamond wrtttwatch
vicinity Panama Calf Court or
Kobbo Exchange Call 25-3703.
Reward.
LOST: Diamond wristwatcH
vicinity Panama Golf Course or
Kobbo Exchange. Call 25-3700.
Reward.
LOST: New Rollaiflax model 1
camera between Cristobal Pier
and Balboa Station train, that
arrived 11:15 a.m. Friday 6th.
REWARD, Colonol Adamt, tele telephone
phone telephone Panama 2-4916, box 166S
Balboa, Avenida Tivoli No. 10,
over Scan.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED Boy's wintorcoah
is 12, Only in flood condi condition.
tion. condition. Pleato call 3-1789.
Maria (alias,
Rome Opera House
Sue One Another
ROME (UPI)-Maria Menegh
ini Callas brought another of her
numerous operatic Quarrels to
court yesterday with a suit against
tne Kome upera House. Tne
opera house sued her rieht back
iuage uiuseppe bivona oi tne
Rome civil court postponed the
case until March 25 after hearing
tne opposing demands. Miss Cal
las sued for some 4.320 she
said the opera house owed her fa
pay. The opera house sued her
for $5,760, plus other damages to
De determined later.
The ease stemmed from Miss
Callas celebrated walkout in the
midst of the opera "Norma' Jan.
2, 1958, before an audience that
inciuaea Italian President Glovan
ni Gronchi.
She said she developed hoarse
ness, .and could not eo on. The
opera house charged that she
Simply walked out and it barred
her from singing there again. La
Scala in Milan, the cradle of
opera, baa dropped her from its
roster.
Guiana Lodge 16
Installs Officers
Al Banquet Program
Last Saturday, the'Star of Guta
na Lodge 16 Independent United
order of Mechanics ot tne wes
tern Hemisphere, held their in
stallauon- ceremony, at uie re
aular olace of meeting.
Gerald P. Cousins was put at
the head of the new adiministrai adiministrai-tion
tion adiministrai-tion for the 1959 term.
Those installed to complete the
roster were V. O. Bowen V. M
W. F. Redwood secretary. S. F
Millington, treasurer., Jules E
R. V. Baker indoor guard. V: A,
Lucas, tyler and R. R. Johnson,
Chaplin. ;
A. Butcher officiated as grand
installing master and was escort escorted
ed escorted by N. Quarless,
Those comprising the grand
lodge, were: H. M. Greene O.
Quarless hi FJrdin, E. Henry G.
Jashua, R. Daniels, L. Headley
and F. Gomez. i
H. A. Hall and W. F. Redwood
were elevated to the rank of P.I.G,
of the order. A iumrotuous bin
quet, with a program elinwxed
tne evening s activity.
Hive von ant' a Utah Fidelity act
Medio or TV set In need of repair?
No matter whet kind it b, ealfour
Tel. No. S-748S, and WO will
repair ... X
TR0PELC0.-& A.
i 45th MU Via Bspafta.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
IOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CA
PHONI BALBOA 310
Furniture o'eslfnoel In American,
Italian, Scandinavian linos by
Decor. Monthly payments. Fana
ma 3-0647. : ;
Docor remodel ; any kind ol
jurnuure you own. Keupholstei
pm and refinishina done by e.
ports. Panama 3-0647.
Dr. Wondshaks MftJical Clinic,
opposite Chaso Bank. Control
Avanuo 18-117. Phono 2-1479.
Domestic Employment
WANTItH Iniliih sasaklng
Panamania housekeeper with
references, for couple, no chil children.
dren. children. Las Cumbroa, bus stop.
Phone 4.1488.
H8LP WANTED) Engli.l.
speakini maid to live in. U.S.
couple. No children. References.
Telophono 1-0340.
Atlantic Teenage
Baseball League
Team
Won Las!
Buick ..
6 2
4 3
Jets .. .. ..
Motta ..
M. R. A
Buick I Motta 1
Keith Kenwav. Buick's leaeu
leading hurler won hh fift1
straight game thus assuring hi!
team of at least a first half tid
Keith gave up only three hits anl
one run in notching the victory
Fof the Mbttas. Davis took th
loss, giving tin five runs on 3 hit!
in tne first three innings. Braytoil
relieved ana allowed just one mor
run and two hits ever the remain
der of the game.
M. R. A. Buick I
41
..V"
iFred SanpJi. M.R.A. time eeitf
tinued its improved play as the'
took the measure of the leagu!
leading Buicks. M.R.A. and th
Jets played to a 3-3 tie the previl
ous day, so they continue to get
rougner.
nhrlxtnnfi afarferl tnr KV i V.,,
was reuevea oy tiaxanson in tn
ina. nsKanson gave up just on
hit. and iAw MnuA nm' tl
wmw V14
next six innings; to gain the win.
J err ijnn arnrrurt ht fipot cram
for Buitk but was no mystery t
M. R. A., as hn oavn nn i
- W w-
nine rnni. afliwail nnj
- .-w, VUA uvi tin;
Five walks and a counle of Buicl
misflie nlsn rlirln't hnln him .nv
" v V-lfc. ,U,U
JOSe Rnrlri0ll7. hart fhraa VDT'J
iwo in uie iirst on a double t
rieht field. TnmnWni nri wiirisi
f Eddie With xinelp enrl D.nt
ing with a triple were MRA's otW
er hitters. For Buick, Bath, Leo
ana niautowsKi naa nits.
Jots 9 Mettas 1
Will Will wnn hU fir-.t m.
gainst no defeats as the Jets wen
on a hittinw
Mnttnr Will envm tin inef (wA fcuJI
. OS jusv inw uattu
wiine ms leammaxes garnered nini
off Tallin RivlrimioT nrl
...quu .,u ut.jtUH.;
Eddie Green was leading hitte
nf thn ffamn Wa.Hrm 1 1. ...'
- v.ov..l VUV TI'
hits in four trim nn lnntr frmil
nagger, mute uurza With 2 for 4
ana ivusiy rieia wiui Z lor S fol
lowed close behind.
If the Jets can Vnnrtr off Biitnl
on Mondav thev mv find thsm
selves in a nlavoff for th fin
nan, ana tne way their bats ar
Dooming ims may well be.
Both teams will hsva thalr cei1
- K wivu
going so it should be quite a garni j
with Kenwav and Tlrnrian tiwinf;
ine mouna ior tne HulcKs anr
Jets. 'Tom has lost twice to tht
leatflin Inarlara timnmr nfllv
one run each time so anything cat
nappen in mis one. (
Tf the Jatu win thav wiTT have if
olay off their tie gape againsf
m.k.a. on Wednesday. i
7,
Civic Councils
In Rainbow City
Pressed over by R. S. Beckford
delegate from the Rainbow Citj
Civic Council, election of officer!
of the Congress of Civic Council?
was carried out at the last meet
ing held in Rainbow City. i
The administration was re-elect;
ed. consisting of Ellis L. Fawcett
president; Jefferson Joseph, vice
presiucui, vyru u. awibticj.
secrettary-treasurer and Erie s
Oakley, assistant secretary -treas
iirr.
istallation of officers Is schedule
ed for Feb. 27 at Santa Crux. J
At the meeting, which was weii
attended, a fund raising casnr
aum for the year was discuss eu,
A moonlight excursion and popu'
larity contest were suggested.
and these projects referred te
committee ier planning.

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EMERGENCY TREATMENT FOR CRASH VICTIM Paul Ogle, who survived the crash of an
American Airlines four-engine turbo-prop Lockheed "Electra" plane in New York s East River
iT taken from the emergency room of Flushing Hospital. Ogle, of Elmwood, 111., was one of
73 persons aboard the Chicago-to-New York flight.
Altimeters Suspect In Crash
Of Jet Airliner In New York

CHICAGO, Feb. 7 (UPI) Thy
American Airlines Diane which
crashed in New York's East .Riv .Riv-r
r .Riv-r was "dead on" course and the
crew had no hint of impending
disaster, according to a crew
member who was handling the
'throttle at the time.
i Flight Engineer Warren Cook,
one of eight survivors of the Tue-i-day
night crash which killed 65
persons, told his story of what
happened in the cockpit of the ill-!
fated turbo-prop airliner to his
wife, Flora.
. Cook indicated that a "mix "mix-op"
op" "mix-op" in reading new type altime altimeter
ter altimeter in the Electra jet airliners
might have been responsible for
the crash.
The account was printed last
night in a copyrighted Chicago
Tribune story and by the Chicago
Daily News.
Cook, who has been questioned
several times by aviation officials,
gave his wife virtually the same
report as he gave investigators
when she visited him at a New
York hospital.
The Tribune quoted the 35-year
old airman from Aurora, 111., as
saying he was sitting between the
two pilots maintaining 140 knots
air speed as the big craft ap approached
proached approached LaGuardia Field.
The crew members were "com "completely
pletely "completely astounded when the plane
nit the water," Cook said. He said
the pilot, Capt. Albert De-Witt,
told me to maintain 140 knots air
speed and that's what I was do doing.
ing. doing. "So far as anyone of us knew,
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this was a perfectly routine ap approach.
proach. approach. We expected to break
out of a cloud and see the run runway
way runway lights ahead.
"The pilots were using the in instrument
strument instrument landing system and were
dead on. The next thing I knew
we were in the water.
"The only thing I can suggest
is that they might have had a
mixup with those new altime altimeters.
ters. altimeters. They are a new type and
there was some difficulty read reading
ing reading them."
Cook told his wife the altime altimeters,
ters, altimeters, which tell the pilot the
plane's altitude, might have been
misread because 'it isn't easy to
cross check between the pilot's
and co-pilot's instruments in that
big Electra cockpit."

Westerman Accepts Brandeis
Medal For Humanity Service

NEW YORK On becoming the
first person from a Latin Ameri American
can American country to receive the Louis
D. Brandeis gold medal, Panama's
UN Delegate George W. Wester Westerman
man Westerman said he accepted the accolade
"not as a personal tribute, but as
an expression of the friendship and
goodwill of the Jewish Forum As Association
sociation Association towards the President
and citizens of the Republic of
Panama, who are with you in
ideals, in hopes and aspirations for
a world of peace and prosperity in
which all peoples will have an
equal opportunity and a just meas measure."
ure." measure." The award, presented at New
York's City Hall, is made annual annually
ly annually to individuals who, in the opin opinion
ion opinion of the Jewish Forum Associa Association,
tion, Association, contributed significantly to
"services in the cause of humani humanity."
ty." humanity." It commemorates the memory of
the late Justice of the United
States Supreme Court who grad graduated
uated graduated with the highest average in
the history of the Harvard Law
School, and later attained an out outstanding
standing outstanding judicial career.
This year the award went to
Ambassador Westerman, New
York Mayor Robert F. Wagner,
Floyd Cramer, president of the
Washington Height Federal Sav Savings
ings Savings and Loan Association, the
United Hias Service, now in its
75th year of public celebration,
and Dr. Henry Raphael Gold,
psychiatrist, sociologist and rab rabbinic
binic rabbinic scholar.
Participating in the program
were the Rev. Dr. Herbert S. Gold Goldstein,
stein, Goldstein, Dr. Isaac Rosengarten. Dr.
Harrv Cohen. Charles H. Silver
ocinnt nf thp New York Board
of Education, N.Y. Supreme Court
Justice Birdie Amsterdam, Carlos
t Toraoic nrpsident of the United
Hias Service, Dr. Bela Schick, dis discoverer
coverer discoverer of the Schick Test for dip dip-theria
theria dip-theria realtor Louis J. Glickman
unri nthprs.
The following is an excerpt from
nf The Jewish For
urn covering the 1959 recipients of
the Brandeis awards:
"From steno-typist of the Pana-
Shock Waves Show
Severe Earthquake
Near Peru Border
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UPD
The Georgetown University seis-
mological observatory picked up
strong shock waves early today
indicating a severe earthquake
near the border of Peru and Ecua
dor.
H caiH thp Hiclanrp war rnmnilt-
ed at rouehly 3.000 miles to the
southwest but it was impossible o
say whether the earthquake oc
curred at sea or on land.
It said the first shock wave was
recorded at 4:44 a.m., and was
followed by a second at 4:51 a.m.
11 said this indicated the earth'
quake occurred at 4:37 a.m.
"Shock waves kept rolling in
until 7 a.m.," officials at the ob observatory
servatory observatory said.

The Tribune said the cockpit
contains two of the new type of

altimeters, one for each pilot,
and thev are regarded as the
best instruments is t'ie;r field.
However, they were misread
bv American flight crews tramJ
ing in the Electras, which only
recently were put into service,
and American Airlines haa plan planned
ned planned to install a third aliimeter in
the center oi the instrument panel,
according to he Tribune.
The newspaper s.iid Easern
Air Line crews who are flying
Electras also have complained
that the new altimeters are ea easily
sily easily misinterpreted.
Cook told his wife there was
"absolutely nothing wrong with
the airplane and the way it was
operating."
ma Power and Light Company
secretary to industrial manage
ment company, crusading journal
ist for social justice, promoter of
cultural activities, research direc director
tor director of the National Civic League,
and political leader, to United Na
tions Delegate of Panama's diplo
matic service, is a career ot in
dustrv. perseverance, self-sacri
fice, integrity, scholarship and
leadership spanned by George W.
Westerman.
"Regarded as a specialist in US
Panama affairs, Dr. Westerman
has published several studies on
this subject. These have served as
the basis of discussions before the
U.S. Congress and the National
Assembly of Panama. His "Sore

Spots in United States-Panama Re Relations"
lations" Relations" and "Fifty Years of Ne Negotiations
gotiations Negotiations between the United
States and the Republic of Pan Panama"
ama" Panama" are universally accepted as
authoritative works in this field.
"This Panamanian diplomat and
social scientist represented his
country at the World Congress of
Sociologists and Political Scientists
in Zurich, Switzeralnd, where he
presented a paper on "A Minority
Group in Panama."
He was also a delegate to the
Second World Congress of Socio Sociologists
logists Sociologists and Political Scientists held
in Liege, Belgium. Many of his
published studies treat of sociolo sociological
gical sociological developments on the Isthmus
of Panama.
"One-time sports writer and co
lumnist of several Panama lian
newspapers, he became singles
and doubles tennis champion of
Panama and Olympic representa representative.
tive. representative. He is the founder-director of
the Westerman Concert Agency
which has sponsored many world
famous concert artists.
"On various occasions, he has
served as chairman or treasurer
of civic, cultural and educational
organizations and in numerous
instances he has been cited for his
efforts in fostering better race and
international relationships.
"Ambassador Westermen holds
membership in such organiza organizations
tions organizations as the International Asso Association
ciation Association of Sociologists, the Amer American
ican American Sociological Society, Rural
Sociological Society, the Ameri American
can American Academy of Political Sci Science,
ence, Science, the American Association
for the Advancement of Science,
the International League for the
Rights of Human Beings, and
the Royal Institute of Philosophy.
"Since 1956 Dr. Westerman has
been a Delegate to the General
Assembly of the United Nations
with Ambassadorial rank. He has
been awarded his country's "Vasco
Nunez de Balboa" decoration and
was presented with its "Merito "Meritorious
rious "Meritorious Citizen Golden Jubilee A A-ward."
ward." A-ward." Following the ceremony at City
Hall, Mrs. Susan Brandeis Gilbert,
daughter of Supreme Court Jus Justice,
tice, Justice, extended an invitation to the
Panamanian Delegate to visit
Brandeis University and speak on
US-Panama relationships, which,
she said, her father held a keen
Interest because of the Canal con construction.
struction. construction. ....
t:

House, Senate Demos Slash Housing,
Airport Bills To Meet Ike Half Way

WASHINGTON (UPI) House
Democrats, in a surprise economy
move, slashed 875 million dollars
off their catch-all housing bill yes
terday, leaving it just 440 million
dollars bigger than the President's
program.
The new pared-down $2,090,000, $2,090,000,-000
000 $2,090,000,-000 bill was then approved by a
House banking subcommittee. It
will be put before the full commit committee
tee committee Tuesday.
The bill approved by the sub
committee was 565 million dollars
smaller than the companion meas
ure wnicn passea me &enaie
Thursday night.
Republicans protested that it
was still too big. They promised
to wage a House floor fight to
cut it further and to knock out
provision which would authorize
an additional 200,000 units of federally-subsidized
public housing
units at a rate of 35,000 a year.
The paring-down of the housing
bill followed a similar surprise
Democratic move in the Senate
Friday lopping 100 million dollars
from a five-year, 565-million-dol-lar
airport construction bill. Re
publicans also had protested the
size of this Democratic measure.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn
don B. Johnson said the cut was
intended to "meet the president
half way" on the airport issue.
Hope Abandoned,
Search For Danish
Ship Called Off
COPENHAGEN (UPI)-A sad
dened Danish, nation abandoned
hope yesterday and called off the
search for the 95 men, women ana
children of the freighter Hans
Hedtoft which hit an iceberg in
the North Atlantic last Friday.
Prime Minister H. C. Hansen
sadly told parliament that after
seven days of intensive search ef efforts
forts efforts the ship must be presumed
sunk and the 70 men, 19 women
and 6 children aboard lost.
He said small Danish ships
would continue searching the area
off Greenland for traces of the
wreckage.
A. U.S. Coast Guard spokesman
in New York said zhe cutter
Campbell still was on the scene
although snow, which cut visibility
to a mile, prevented planes from
covering the area. There was no
indication when the U.S. search
would end.
Ud to last night searchers
had found no concrete eyidence of
the ship although some unidenti
fied objects and oil spots had
been sighted by plane spotters.
The Hans Jedtoft was making
the return journey of tis maiden
voyage to Greenland when it ra radioed
dioed radioed that it had struck an ice iceberg
berg iceberg and was shipping water.
Violation Of
Charged In
MONTGOMERY. Ala. (UPI)
The Justice Department filed suit
in federal court here yesterday
charging the Macon Courtly Board
of Registrars witn violation oi
Negro voting rights.
The suit sought a permanent in injunction
junction injunction against the board to ban banish
ish banish alleged discrimination in the
registration process.
The Justice Department made
it clear the suit had ndthing to do
with the federal' Civil Rights
Commission, which recently com completed
pleted completed an investigation of alleged
violation of Negro voting rights in
three Central Alabama counties,
including Macon.

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Chairman Albert Rains (D-Ala.)

of the House subcommittee told
newsmen the housing bill had a
good chance of passing the House
without significant change. He de
fended it as a "broad and for
ward-looking bill."
Rains emphasized that federal
grants and loans called for in the
measure would be spread out over
a number of years.
According to the administra
tion's own estimates, he said, the
bill would increase treasury out outlays
lays outlays in the next fiscal year by less
than 100 million dollars.
Eisenhower gave a lengthy de
fense of his housing and airport
requests at his news conference
Wednesday. He said the lawmak lawmakers
ers lawmakers who want to spend more
should provide new taxes to pay
the additional costs.
The Johnson amendment took
nothing but time out of the bill.
The proposal originally would have
authorized 100-miUion dollars a
year for five years; the change
made it the same amount for a
year less.
The additional 65 million dollars
would be for emergency use over
the entire period.
Eisenhower called for a sliding
aid program, starting at 65 million
dollars in the first year and drop dropping
ping dropping to 35 million dollars in the
fourth year.
Senate Republicans, led by Sen.
Andrew F. Schoeppel (Kan.), a a-greed
greed a-greed to battle for bill that would
provide 63 million dollars a year
about the current level for four
years.
Although the President side
stepped a news conference ques
tion whether he would veto the
Democratic-sponsored airport bill,
Senate Reoublicans predicted a
veto if the Democratic bill passed.
British Press Savs
US Trying To Sell
Old Submarine Gear
LONDON (UPI)-Two British
newspapers reported yesterday
that the United States was tying to
sell Britain an old-model reactor
for its first atomic submarine.
The News Chronicle and the
Daily Express reported that one
of the main reasons for Vice
Adm. Hyman G. Rickover's cur current
rent current trip to Britain was to pre prevent
vent prevent the deal from collapsing.
The British Admiralty refused
to comment on the reports.
The News Chronicle said: "It
seems the Americans are not an anxious
xious anxious to let us have the latest
type (reactor), which might put
the Royal Navy on a par with
the American Navy."
The Express said that "unless
the Americans agree to provide a
completely new and modernized
unit, the deal might well be
called off."

Negroes Voting Rights

New Federal
Tie suit also tests, for the first
time, the use of segregated facil facilities
ities facilities in the registration process.
Negroes outnumber whites 7-1
in Macon County, home of famed
Tuskegee Institute and located in
the Heart of the cotton growing
black belt which stretches across
the center of the state.
The 1957 Legislature attempted
to abolish the county in an effort
to maintain white supremacy, but
failed when counties surrounding
the Negro dominated territory
could not agree on how to absorb
it.
Dtfendants in the suit are re-
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Volunteers Needed

For LatAm School
Recreation Plans
A call for volunteer workers to
assist with the extensive sumimer
recreation program, which will
start Feb. 16 for all Latin Amer
ican elementary scnooi siuuems,
has been made by Mrs. Inez mc mc-Kenzie,
Kenzie, mc-Kenzie, coordinator of the pro program.
gram. program. Training classes for those who
wish to work with the students
during the vacation months- wiu
be started .Dy mrs. mcjveuwc
Monday morning m the raraiso
Elementary scnooi. ine uiascs
will continue during the week at
Rainbow City, Santa Oruz and
Pedro Miguel.
Registration for the summer
recreation program, will sun
Feb. Sixteen in the Latin Ameri American
can American communities in the Canal
Zone with students from grades
one through jeight registering for
the courses at tneir iesii.uvc
schools. Regular classes will start
shortly afterwards. They will be
held from 9 to 11 a.m. Mondays
through Fridays.
A comprehensive program ot
activities has been mapped out
for the vacation period, accord according
ing according to Mrs. McKenzie. It will in include
clude include a. wide variety of arts and
crafts, square dancing, swimming
instruction, bicycle safety classes,
a number of athletic events and
a series of dry season outings.
The summer recreation pro program,
gram, program, which is a United Fund ac activity,
tivity, activity, will continue until April
23 when a general exhibit is held
of the best arts and craft work
done at all of the schools.
CTCAl RIG BOMB
MANILA (UPD-A 500-pound
hnmh which could endanger a
large area if it exploded, has
been stolen from the U.S. Navy
base at Subic Bay. it was an announced
nounced announced Tue-day. The Navy said
the general ourpose bomb was
stolen last Thursday.
Money doesn't go for, but wha I
it lacks in distance it makes up ir
speed. SHE
Court Action
signed registrars Grady Rogers
and E. P. Livingston. Both men
refused to testify before the Civil
Rights Commission hearing here
Dec. 8-9.
The department said the men
were named as aetenaanis Be Because,
cause, Because, under the law, they' are
required to serve as registration
officials until their successors are
appointed.
This is the second voting right
suit filed by the department's
new Civil Rights Division created
last year. The first suit charged
Errell County, Ga., registrars
with refusal to register "fully
qualified" Negroes, four of whom
were school teachers. Trial is
pending at Columbus, Ga.
Yesterday's suit complained that
in Macon white voters registered
to vote number 3,016 out of about
3,100 or approximately 97 per
cent. The suit says only 1,110 Ne Negroes
groes Negroes out of approximately 14,000
or 8 per cent, are registered.
"The disparity between the re respective
spective respective percentages of white and
Negro citizens of voting age," the
suit contended, "has been brought
about and is being perpetuated by
racially discriminatory acts and
practices of the defendants.'
She suit charged the registrars
utilized "different and more
stringent standards" for Negroes
than for white applicants. It said
one regulation applied to pro prospective
spective prospective Negro voters was that
they be able to read and write
any article of the U.S. Constitu Constitution.
tion. Constitution. The complaint listed 12 college
graduates, most of them with ad advanced
vanced advanced degrees, and 12 high
school graduates who were turned
down by the board "for reason of
race or color."
The government charged the
board with failure and refusal to
convene and function in order to
avoid receiving registration .ap .applications
plications .applications from Negroes as well
as other "evasive ichejnei.

I LITTLE L.IX

WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UPI)-The United States said
yesterday it hoped shocked world opinion would fores Rus Russia
sia Russia to produce the facts in the case of an unarmed O.S.I
plane allegedly shot down by Soviet fighters five months
ago- ; ..r
The State Department pledged especially to do every everything
thing everything possible to determine the fate of the 11 men still
unaccounted for out of the crew of -17 that went' down
with the Air Force transport over Soviet Armenia.

At the same time, department
press officer Lincoln White said
he understood that President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower approved release of tape
recorded evidence which this gov government
ernment government said showed the Russians
deliberately shot down the plane
without earning.
However, White said Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles ap approved
proved approved the timing ,of the disclos disclosure,
ure, disclosure, which Was made Thursday
Dulles is now in Eurooe for vital
talks with British, French and
West German leaders on the So Soviet
viet Soviet threat to Berlin.
The U.S. evidence included a
tape recording of intercepted
conversations among the Soviet
fighter pilots charged with shoot shooting
ing shooting down the plane and articles
from a Russian air force journal
describing just such an incident.
White,, termine this evidence
strictly "authentic." said, "we
hope in the light of revelations of
the facts and the shock to world
opinion that it has produced, the
Soviet government will come for forward
ward forward with the facts in this case."
His appeal came as two uniden unidentified
tified unidentified airmen who were killed in
the incident were given heroes'
funerals irv Arlington Nations!
Cemetery. The Air Force accord
ed full military honors and h"m
officials ioined 250 airmen in the
solemn rites.
The two were among six bodies
the Russians acknowledged finding
in the crash. They turned them
over to U.S. authorities. The So
viets deny anv knowledge of the
11 still unaccounted for. They also
claim the mane crashed and burn burned
ed burned after "violating" the Russian
border.
Among those attending the Ar Arlington
lington Arlington ceremonies was Mrs. Ha
-Mello, Columbia, S.C., wife of
one 6f the American crewmen.
Her husband was T. Sgt. Arthur
L. Mello. Erie, Pa. He could be
1 one of those buried or one of
thest still listed as missing.
White did not my what stems the
State Deoartment planned if Rus Russia
sia Russia failed to produce any addition additional
al additional information. But other officials
said several courses of action were
open to this country.
It could level a new demand
that Moscow acknowledge its guilt
and promise there would be no re recurrence.
currence. recurrence. A claim also could be
filed for financial compensation
for the human and material loss.
Or the case could be carried to
the International Court of Justice
to have Russian conduct in the af af-afir
afir af-afir branded as "uncivilized."
White issued a statement in re reply
ply reply to questions he had received
as to the timing of. this country's
re'ease of its evidence in the case.
It was specifically directed to
oublished reports that the U.S. ac
tion rtnght halt a "thaw" in the
cold war with Russia, or compli complicate
cate complicate efforts to negotiate a reduc reduction
tion reduction of tensions.
White made it clear the de department
partment department failed to see any
"thaw" in the cold war in light
of "the persistent Soviet attitude
in this case over the past five
months."
He said, "we simply fail to un understand
derstand understand such reasoning."
The State Department still did
TIMID ROBBER
YOKOSUKA, tfapan (UPI)
isamu sugita, 22, told police he
was too timid to rob anybody
else's home but his own. He was
caught tying up his 78-year-old
grandmother and making off with
4i.b ana a life insurance poll
cy.

LAST SATURDAY!

TODAY I V HUH
HELD OVER! 6th BIG WEEK!

It Was the unique experience of a lifetime.' We
are not the same after we hve lived through the
experience, of following Moiei through this picture."
DR. -W. A. CEI8WELL'
First Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas.

EXCLUSIVE AND ONLY
VISTAVISION

O

not say how it obtained its tape
recording in connection with the
incident. However, the Soviet pi pilots
lots pilots conversations could have beei
monitored by American or Turk
ish stations near the Soviet Afc
menian border.
The U.S. plane went down aboit
21 miles inside Russian territorj
and about 105 rnlies off its course.
The State Department said. it hall,
been flying between three towns'
in Turkey on an Air Force studjr
of radio transmissions.
Little Leaquj
Girls 6, Bow 2
t
i.
Twins, both girl, were born 4
SK-1 and Mrs. Robert Garvin ft
Coco Solo, Jan. 29, at the Coco sl sl-lo
lo sl-lo Hospital. SK-1 Garvin is stfj
tioned at the Galeta Island Radio
aiauon ot tne Coco Solo Navil
Base. The parents have nn nthr
child. Both SK-1 and Mrs Gat-uiti
are natives of Illinois, The ii
have been named Denise Lynn
ana plane Louise.
It was definitely crirl's wsst tt
the hospital, with four more girts
born during the week. bringing tKe
total to a half dozen for the period
ending at midnight, Feb. 4. If
t-arents of the other four girls
are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, of Rainbow City: SP-5 and
Mrs. James Edenfield, of Frahoe
Field; Mr. and Mrs. Everald
Brown, of Colon; and Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Galvez of Colon.
Two boy? were-bora during the
week. They are the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Garcia, of Colon;
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis,
of Puerto Pilon.
During -this same period 67 pa patients
tients patients were admitted and 55 were
discharged from the hospital.
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hours ending 8 a. m. today b
prepared bv the Meteorological
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TEMPERATURE:
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Low

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86 83
54 79
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RAIN (Inches) 0
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LAKE1 ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 85.02
Madden Dam 245.79
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SUNDAY, FEB.
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