The Panama American

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

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

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Bfoncf Gets Firm
Assurance US Will
Defend West Berlin

t ; WASHINGTON, Feb. 11

firmly usured Mayor Willy Brandt of West Berlin today
that th United States will "defend' the German city
against any destructive efforts of the communists.

Brandt a.id he was given

conference with Eisenhower and Livingston T. Merchant,
atsistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
The president gave me the firm assurance that the
United States shall defend the people of free Berlin against
any effort 4o destroy their freedom," the 44-year-old mayor
(said In statement.

Brandtt said the President also
told him "no communist threap
whatsoever anal Meter me uueu
Statet from the discharge of its
responsibilities to the people of
Berto nd iat the United States
will not be pushed out of free Ber Berlin."
lin." Berlin."
Brandt described Eisenhower as
pleated to hear- thai m f
citizens are iiot in the least fright
ened by the renewed communist
threata against their city and that
they ara absolutely certain that
the T western, alliei wdl stand, by
thenu v.
Fr-NYrf-CldCy
;7ci::.:3lcrPuc3
LijisrciCy -r.
A fMV-yeir-eM boy was run v-
er'by slow-movmg atrtomobafyes atrtomobafyes-whiin
whiin atrtomobafyes-whiin waitine with lus
father for. the Carnival farade to
pass aion; Fourth ft July Ave
nue.
M.- JL1M CatnVl Wll
'atandtog with bis father, Navy
Cmdr. RidwafdjA. Sexton, along
the shoulder j Columbia Road
fltawinr&taiff Fourth of July. "Praf-
fic along ColuirJua was congest-
d and wowflnowmg. ..
Aopnrdinff to volice reports, the
antall boy stepped:; backward into
n auto driven by? Edward Kot,
so tl-S. mnloyed by the
Army at Coroial. The impact
knocked the child to the ground
and the Tight front wneei passea
ever his left thigh.
Onlookers shouted' for the driv driver
er driver to stop, but : the confusion
the oar came lo S stop with the
boy still pinned under the wheel,
ponce t0V'r.'eww.-i'' i.-
He was quickly removed ana
taken by his father to nearby Gor Gor-ti
ti Gor-ti Hospital. Doctors at the hos hospital
pital hospital said that an examination
and X-rayi indicated that the
child suffered a fracture of the
elvio bon and minor abrasions.
In so email a child, the Injury
was aot coosldered serious, they
aid.- He is expected to remain
under observation at Gorgas for
a day or two, then will go home
for bed rest.
Police investigation ox tne inci
dent indicated there wa no viola-
" tion ,oa the part et xatii
D!MIt
As GrgefcShifr
' A dramatic rescue at set came
to light whea the Creek Motor
'.,Veitrt.'la....'iaohed..-'Ctlstobal
Monday witi aia persons rescued
from a motor yacht which sank
in th open sea eff tbe Bahama
Islands: V' v
Oa board the Igor were Al Ard,
44, of Santa Monica,' Calif., own owner
er owner of the lost yacht Harpoon, and
his wife Betty, 18; daughters
Sharon, 20, Candy,' 11, and San Sandra,
dra, Sandra, .10;' and Bruce Roberts,' 88, a
British (abject and" resident
Bimini in the Bahamas. Roberts
was a paid hand aboard the boat.
The' Harpoon, a W foot twin twin-screw
screw twin-screw gasoline powered bolt put
ut from Miami Jan. 16 for an
uneventful passaged to the Baha Baha-mas.
mas. Baha-mas. t ---j i
On Jan. the yacht, .with Rob Rob-arts
arts Rob-arts also aboard, put to sea from
Nassau bound for Cristobal V and
the long voyage to California. :
During the night, of ; Fete 4 It
v was apparent that the Harpoon
- was taking "a severe pounding in
we neavy seas, ana early on the
V morning or. cd. 8 an
extreme
bock BDlit tne starboard hew.

-.Or H.i .,'1 i

(UPI) frwident Eisenhower
the assurance. In a 30-mmute
Soviet Russia has insisted that
the four-power occupation of Ber Berlin
lin Berlin end by May 27 with the former
German capital becoming an open,
unarmed city under some sort of
international protectorate, possiDiy
under the United Nations.
Th United States and the other
western powers have rejected the
Soviet plan on grounds it is merely
a thinly-veiled dot for a commu
nist take-over of the city.
A
Filipino Senator
CrPtniiniCcnsuF
MANETjJ Tebl 11 UPlV Jphi
iippine Seal. Ambrosio Padilla de-
manaecytioaay us ounussai or
honorary-' Phillppuie consuls in
Chile and Panama.;
. The Senate's majority leader re returned
turned returned recently from Latin Amer American
ican American where he led the Philippine
delegation to the Third World Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball Tournwment in Chile,
Padilla demanded In a letter to
the foreign office that the ap appointments
pointments appointments of Ernesto Arias in
Panama and Carlos Ortiz in Val Valparaiso,'
paraiso,' Valparaiso,' Chile, were cancelled.
Padilla said the two consuls
were nowhere to be found and
did not even bother to say hello
to the Philippine basketball team
members when they visited the
two cities.
The Senator said the honorary
consuls were not Filipino citizens
and that they "merely used their
positions to advance their person
al prestige and enjoy the privileg
es attendant to sucn office.
Padilla recommended that the
honorary consuls be replaced by
Santos Samson, Philippine born
though now a naturalized .citizen
of Panama, in Panama, ana ut.
Hernan Garcia, George Pinto Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson or Rafal Bouffard in Chi
le.
Padilla also demanded that the
foreign office "correct" the situa
tion wherein a Filipino seeking a
visa in Chile far Argentna and
other mints had to apply at the
U.S. Embassy.
Unfolds
Rosses Canal
The boat was taking water at
a much faster rate than the pumps
could empty it and at 9:30 that
same morning the owner radioed
a general SOS. The yacbt's post
tfon at. the time wai aDDroximate-
ly 25 miles south of Castle Island
ia, the tower. Bahamas.
Fortunately, -the Igor was on
ly a mw miles off when the Har Harpoon's
poon's Harpoon's SOS was received and she
proceeded Immediately to the re
ported position. All si v persons
were removed "without mishap by
Igor ilifeboatVv;''rtv''':'': '.. v
i, Twenty-fiva minutes .' after ; the
safe removal, U and before' any
salva preparations could Be un undertaken,
dertaken, undertaken, the Harpoon went to
the bottom, taking with her ; all
personal gear of the Ard family
and Roberts. tu's-M ;v.
'.The Ards continued with tha i I I-gor
gor I-gor after the Greek vessel transit transited
ed transited the Canal, enroute to San Pe Pedro.
dro. Pedro. Calif. Roberts, left the ship
at Cristobal snd his return pas passage
sage passage to Bimini is being arranged
by Wilford and McKay Inc., as
local atrent for the Ieor.

Let th9 people

':S:SJiSSSato?,
felt) I s6ife

CAPXAIN CAROL,- 'The' Canal
beiry of .attractive girls Iji her

BEAUTY AND A BEAST r- Panama's Queen Renee t flanked
Panama City'"' streets yesterday. Sharing the regal bonora ura

slBfisJsiejje

CHINESE BEAUTIES Among
Queen of the Chinese colony

know the truth and the

PANAMA R. P, WEDNESDAY,

C ARM IVAL HI GHtl GHTS

Zone's Queen Carol I presides

court were garbed In appropriate, more or less, sailor-style-suits.

the eiaoorate noats in yesteraay s uarmvai paraae wh wie wnrei-wnw w uaijfu i

and her
t court. The "peacocH"

country U "$afen Abraham Lincoln,

FEBRUARY 11, 1959

at the helm of the Zone's nautical entry- in the Carnival.; A

4
a, J" M J

J" :n it

by uniformed escorts, reigns
members of her court.
plumage was fashioned of gilded

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At

high.! atop her -colorful through
,

palm branchea

Ellender

Overdependence

On Canal Zone
WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (UPI) Democratic
Sen. Allen J. Ellender has reported to the senate that the
economy of the Republic of Panama is overdependent on

rue canal Zone, and too vulnerable to fluctuations in thtv
level of world trade.
Ellender included his remarks about Panama in an
overall report to the Senate on his recent tour of Central
and South America.
"Since earliest colonial days, the Panamanians have
lived by supplying goods and services to persons transit transit-ma
ma transit-ma the Isthmus, first bv road rhin kw miImukI

the Canal, by ship, comoletely neglecting their own in interior
terior interior resources," he said.

"A consequence of this neglect
of its own resources is the pres present
ent present overdependence of Panama
upon the Canal Zone. Thus, the
Panamanian economy is vulnera vulnerable
ble vulnerable to fluctuations in the level of
world trade and of U.S. activity
in the Canal Zone, both matters
over which Panama can exercise
no degree of control...
""''Tkhvimielv th Annnnmw nf Vt.
W.wuw HIV V. V11U1I1J JL mil
ama is much too dependent upon
.vj. B.' -ir-H- If-. ... !.r-.
ii ... .. -.rM.- : r i.
that this dependence has resulted
in Panama levying demand aft after
er after demand upon the United
States for mere money, In one
form or another, in order to sup support
port support projects and similar under undertakings
takings undertakings which in other nations
would bo financed from ether
domestic economic sectors...
"I foresee no end to this as long
as the United States allows itself
to be coerced into supporting a
country which is not willing to try
to stand on its own feet."
He concluded that the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian government "must realize
the Panama Canal cannot be relied
upon as the only means of econo economic
mic economic survival for the entire coun country.
try. country. as it is, Panama is very rich
in natural resources, but little or
nothing has been done to use these
resources to the country's best ad advantage."
vantage." advantage." Governor To Meet
With Atlantic Side
Council Officers
Canal Zone Gov. W. E. Potter's
community conferences with Civic
Council officer will k h.M
Rainbow City and Margarita this
U1U11U1.
Thf Tlllhlir- m..tinii iui.U
of the Latin American communi-
ues wiu De new at tne Rainbow
juy aign scnooi study hall on
luesaay, f'eb. 17, at 7:30 p.m.
xue governor s meeting with of officers
ficers officers of th TTnitof Cfo..
communities will be held at the
Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 p.m.

Ship Seized At Cristobal;.'
Name Of Owner Unknown

The 1050 ton motor vessel Ma von I
I was seized at Cristobal by the
V.i. Marshal Monday after a suit
brought by the captain and crew
for non-payment of wages.
But the owner of the ship has
yet to come forward. In fact, no
one seems to know who the owner
is, and many facts concerning the
ship are shrouded in mystery.
The Mayon I, excellently equip equipped
ped equipped for shrimp fishing and freez freezing
ing freezing operations, and reputed to be
worth more than $300,000, has a
curious history.
She was built in 1947 and sailed
first as the MS Pacific Reefer,
plying Central American waters.
In June, 1933 the boat was seis seised
ed seised for non-payment of wages and
other oblisations.The owners nev never
er never came forward and the Pacific
Reefer was sold. : at auction for
$100,000 to a firm' known as Pro Pro-veedora
veedora Pro-veedora Internacional S.A. Peer
Blok, of the Blok Travel Agecy
bid as agent for. the firm.
Now sailing as Mayon I the ship
returned to Panama in November
M5I to be 'seized la connection

mrc rrvrf

Sees
Local Rifle Range;
Included In Bill
Sent To Congress
According' In a ITnlW Pr.. in.'
ternational ,tjdis9atch the Defense
nrnviai nn
-f IIVIM4 tWl
spending 228,000 in the Canal Zone
zor Army trainmr faciiitii t vt.
Kobbe.
Caribbean Command UmaAnu.
ters spokesmen believe this item
laenucai witn a recent Army .re .request
quest .request for the same amount with
which to build rifle ranges at the
Empire Ranee are on th
bank of the Canal.
The Empire Range area is ad administered
ministered administered bv Fort Kohh aiithni-l.
ties.
Hepatitis Hits
Sailors In Med;
One Is Dead
HEIDELBERG, Germany, Feb.
11 (UPI) An outbreak of ihfee
tious hepatitis in the U.SJth
(Mediterranean) fleet has caused
one death and put 75 sailors in Q.
S. Army hospitals in Germany
it was announced today.
It was impossible immediately
to determine the extent of. the
outbreak of the highiy-infectious
liver ailment, commonly Called
jaundice because of its most no noticeable
ticeable noticeable symptom.
Sufferers traveling in strict qua quarantine
rantine quarantine to prevent the spread of
the diseaR hav httmn .mjw
since Thursday at hospitals Ta
lianastuni and Muenchweiler from
duty stations in the Mediterrean.
The name of the man who died
of the disease was withheld until
his family has been notified.

jwHiM.nwej-'r 'i"' suomii tea
tiS.01igrS a military constructioa
Tbflrwhieh'tatftidftri nni.in fe

I

with a $1500 lawsuit brought by a
creditor in San Jose, Guatemala.
The ship was released after three
weeks when settlement funds were
deposited with the court. t
The Mayon I then proceeded a-
long the east coast, of Central
America to Bluefields, Nicaragua
nresumably to await instructions
from its owner or owners. But bo
instructions were forthcoming.
Finally, after nearly two and a :J.-

1IOIL1 I1IV1IHI9 VI WUUIl wiimwi
nay. the ship's stores were Just a
bout depleted and further credit
was cut off at the Nicaragua
The captain returned to Panama
on his own authority; bringing tha
full 14 man crew. Their suit ask x
in back oav and a totsl.pf
1H in repatriation funds.: ,S
The full list creditors hal hot
vet come to light, aloueh It J
renortert that nearly ttO OOO If due
errors buts'de Psnam.l v
In the event ex'itln claims are
not settled, tha ship will be sold
at auctio jl.



page two

THl PANAMA AMERICAN AN IKDEPENDENT DATLT NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY. FttRUAM U, 1951

THE PANAMA

" -OWNtO AND euBllSHtD mi THl PANAMA AMIKtCAM MUI, INC
' rouHOIO av NELSON KOUNSCVILL IN I'lt
HARMODIO ARIA. COITO
IS-S7 H Strut P O o t34 pk. or P.
TtLtPHONI 1-0740 IS Llxii
CLI addkii PANAMEItlCAN. Panama
Colon Officii 12 170 Cintiui Avtuuf itwien 12th no I Jth tiit
FORtlSN "flWIIMNTHTIVIS JOSHUA B POWIPS. INC
49 MADItON AVT. NEW YORK "7 1 N. Y
IOCM Mll
Ptn MONTH IN ADVANCt t '70 $180
Fen Six months in Aovanc SO J? 22
POD ONI VtA IN ADVANCt '8 SO 1 OO

THIS IS YOUR tOUm THl READERS OWN COLUMN
Tke Mail Boi it in eptn lerum far readera at Hi Panama Amarican.
Letters ara received araMully and ara handled in a wholly confidential

ymm contribute a letter don't ba impatient if if eeetn f apptar we
1 ijf. Letters ara pubHthtd In Hit order received.
Please trr ta keep tht lettcri limited ta ana ptat length.
" Identity af lattar writart h) kaM hi ttrktett confidence.
Thii newspaper aitumei no reiponiibility for ttattmanti ar opinions
expretied in lattan from readers.
THE MAIL BOX

"LADY" TOUCHES STRANGER'S HEART
I'll make this short, and snappy and, thy to be as concise, and
3iev to Lit uue, so 10 speaK, aa mutn as is witnin by anility to ao so.
,xn las,t n:guts paper veo. 4). I noted upon the Iront page a
picture of a smilling, kind, ana sweet-faced woman, named Muriel.
&ith a hrieht-iacea little bov, ner grandson. To bring to mind the
had upon me-a!ter reading the article pertain pertain-3nC
3nC pertain-3nC to said p.cture-I refer you to the word, of one of Chinas great
rSfnl and philosophers, (not-Confucius!) "One picture 11 worth ten
PIndeedTTords, no matter how many, or how effulgent, could
"never quite express my reaction to the referred to.picture It speaks
lor itself A face glowing with the inner light of joy, and happiness
St hS "-cue for the ieast of these" a kind deed. Muriel ha
4iven a home, she extends a welcome and wipe away the lone lone-Klines,
Klines, lone-Klines, and the hurt of a tiny, ragged homeless waif of a mutt A
4ltle mutt that was happy, playful, and full of the joy of life i untU
ihrouKh an e.Mibercnce of spirits, she chewed on a rug, or something
i r-r another uf her master's and he -(what sort of a man he is I can-
not comprehend) brutally attacks the small mutt, and threatens her
with wors, if she ever darkens his door again!
Todav we read so much about wars and rumors of wars Of
hot, cold "wars. Of disturbances all over the world, among all na nations.
tions. nations. Man kind is sorely beset with dictators -men of lust for
power-men who have unlimited wealth, yet they hunger for more
wealth Greedy men, and women, gangsters, and hoodlums holding
the ultimate power of Unions in their grasp Unemployment .higher
and higher prices for the necessities of life. The youth of today, that
will be the men. and women of a future tomorrow, entirely lacking
in manners, consideration for other, an ambition to emulate tne
worst elements of our degenerating social orders.
I could go on, and on recounting, or detailing volumes of those
trials, tribulations, and t-oubles that dog our footsteps today, but it
would take up too much time, and no doubt, wear thin your patience,
and general good nature. T
Enough to end this by stating that Muriel is won! i"?;
' and I can onlv wish there were a whole lot more like her! With best
wihes to vou. and vour excellent paoer for a continued success,
and niav yon nevr forget to note, and orint such interesting items
of news as tha of "The mutt, nd the Lady."
Just a stranger passing through.

WITH TONGUE
Sir:

t rsrmot HI HorWu' Panamanian the joy I felt when I finished

re3'l:"' his lenr in the Feb. 4 Mail Bov.
K i on? hunH-H nerrnt ri?ht. Who needs these busy body
American anvwuv? Tfmembr when they were in charge of keen-!-
nir trept H-an? T?membe' how nice they used to keen them?
v'hi v-n cp,ri them HiHu't we' Ye sir. we took over this little job
r Thi a ri-mioht unite clear'" to mv mind last night as
r ... ,...H 'H, h( ijju r the tret looHn? over at the sidewalk
. t-iih v'''n purh-iwo sod rtpad nalm branches 'hat
: - im-ocHMe to use. But I think it looks better that way. don't
T'!' '-011 rmthinj ele. T ret a biff kick out of. I think It Is
uct p-t tViR wTr none of U' hv tn nrorrv about traffi" safetv

u v-x. m. pt HWy en an"
3 :MTt TiJZ
HrA r

(..- r ttio wnn M pf tre rna". I hat It wnen I nave
js rni 7, Rav, ihv rn"" wtrh toii rinse nver
th. w-nr't prt is you can't get a ticket fixed when they

I'm with Hopeful, let them all move back where they belong.
I lone for the days when the mosquitoes were everywhere, I hate
I r"rff."l can't stand order. The sight of all the new projects which
t!iy re unrierstaking make me sick to my stomach, and worst bf
p.ll 'is the nvllions of dollars they are spending here. Why can't they
ju- 1p:svp us elone. or like you put if, let us "starve to death."
I'm nfraid there are not too many of us that have the brains to
see wvit a terrible spot we are in.- but I don't think that should
st"p u'. if thev won't go away and let u' starve in peace, why don't
. fori tvm? lt'. he ann" T, and all the others who are Hopeful
Panamanians, just stop eating.
Another Hopeful,
Panamanian.

A WORD FOR RECONSIDERATION

Sir:
to "Kernn-'Tation"
to The Mail Bex. I
moi-p on- understanding

ros pi' ner-"snl'- mean agreement, it certainly permits disagree disagreement
ment disagreement "i"iout neor.
f; a mr -f fa-t, one such organization that "Reconsider "Reconsideration"
ation" "Reconsideration" su"'t, al" exists, and is a visible proof of what he
ff"i. T Tvfr to the Tnm National Museum Society. Both its
f..r.,:n-. memhers and its present membership are rnmmetely
Tv--rJ. "'Ml, ;t official lan?ii!e is Snanish, the use of English in
mipHnes is romnttlv free, with the nne proviso that if an English

"-'"-' 'n be followed by another English speaker, a translation

IS gl"P first.
Ti'"e'-t for languaee or accent there i no visible difference be be-twppn
twppn be-twppn thi. pn!ru'asm, nprev and in'ellience of American and

Panamanian mmbers. We a'e all

ing not onlv fn- Panama but for our personal satisfaction in pro productive
ductive productive cooperation.
Richard Eisenmann.

MONEY INSTEAD OF MEDALS

Sir:
I was privileged to be at the
,or tne Administration Building on

on the front rages of the dailv napers for more than a week, on the

rWiations of morals and certificates to employees with service of

40 years and over.

Tne Asst. Secretary of the Army and chairman of the board of

directors, ocrge H. Roderick, presented medals and certificates to
two employees with more than 50 years of service and other pre-

sen'ions were maae 10 as o'ner employees by.nurau heads.
I wondr if a note was elirmed to each certificate saving "You
are di'e ti o nut on (mavbe) Oct. 5. 1959. will Civil Service retire retirement
ment retirement benefits so be sure to leave the Canal Zone and all privileges
Someone must snggosrd his mdi1 and certificate business and re received
ceived received a vsrv fat snnes'ion award.
Mavbe the authorities can suggest how a medal of gold nad
dianr-nrfs ran assist anv local rate emoloye herause, after one
week, more than nne half of thee emplovees will not be able to
present their awa-d. if asked to do so
t'ow ni'ich better it would be if each employee, upon retirement
should rectve a moprtirv award of abnn" l nor vear for each
yopr of ,.-vre ri"'-r.rf Thip WOiild assist him in oaving a month's
r-t. o' transportation of personal items to his native land or some
other useful cause.
Wondering.

Ml

f30 3ci Panama

AMERICAN

IN CHEEK
p Zv
" nf t stre't arift MUT)le prn
for a constructive attitude that
agree that the more activities we
will grow. While understanding
very proud of earn other, work
ceremony that was held in front
Jan 28. and that was disDlaved
1090 Xa. fal6n

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL
This is an exclusive report on
whai happened benina the eiotou
uoors o. Gov. Rockeleller's lirst
ineeung witn top labor leaders
who fought him in the recent
campaign.
Mark aown six p.m. on Monday.
Feb. i, as the moment when Nel
son A. Rockefeller began u realise
mat becomuiL the peoples million
aire is the toughest hurdle in the
presidential sweepstakes. Espe Especially
cially Especially for a sincere polical lead leader
er leader who would rather not make
the race in his old silks.
At six o'clock that evening Gov.
Rockefeller and some 20 New
York State labor leaders gathered
tor cocktaus in the Executive
Mansin in Albany and grouped
themselves around the old tele-
vson se. At 6:15 Gov. Rockefel Rockefeller
ler Rockefeller and his guests watched Gov.
Rockefeller (via pre-tlamed tape)
telecast an appeal for tough hga hga-er
er hga-er taxes.
No ore congratulated the Gov
ernor on hn performance. They
went politely through their roast
beef dinner for (he next hour all
seated strictly according to proto protocol,
col, protocol, personally arraneea bv Rocn-
efeller himself. To many, the new
Governor seemed strained.
Even the most militant ef the
AFL-CIO leaders hated te tee
this, for they like "Nation" and
were unhappy at the thought
that they' have te slice him
like the roatt beef. Finally, Mr.
Rocketellei spoke for tome 45
minutes but net en taxes, ex except
cept except for a few moments at the
end.
The Governor called them toaet-
her for another reason. It was his
personal experimeni. He plans a
series of these sessions with them.
Earlier his aides had drawn un a
list of the state's top 50 union
chiefs. For this dinner conference,
the ros:er was trimmed to 20. It
waa Mr. Rockefeller's first effort
to conU ct labor on a personal,
intimate basis since he had taken
office a month earlier.
He was elected without labor
support, But now to be a success successful
ful successful Governor and run a state n
such manner that it could be used
as a springboard for some future
presidential nomination, Rocke el
ltr, the Republican, needs these
labor leaders. He explained that
he wants a favorite industrial
climate in the state. He would
welcome their support and counsel
mg, he said. He wanto to woo ba:k
to New York the industry it has
lost in greater proportion than
other states h?ve.
Then erne the few words on his
unswerving demand fa: higher
gas. cigarette and income taxei.
qi ine nai erg union, nose quip quipped
ped quipped that he. waa glad to see that
Mr. Rockefeller did not consider
those who opposed him as "anti "anti-Party
Party "anti-Party eople" who should be pure
ed. The union chief said he was
certain that Mr. Rockefeller did
not want the labor men just to
come and thank him for the din dinner.
ner. dinner. Rockefeller nodded his head.
Rose told him that labor wants
to be consulted before ac'ion,
such as the tax increase move, is
taken and not. afterwards.
Seen the fleer was taken by
Rockefeller's perianal friend,
Jack Petefsky, head of the Am Amalgamated
algamated Amalgamated Clothing Werkert Un
ion one of the founders ef the
eld CIO. Peiefsky, who had been
seated at the Governor's tide,
hat never been one te bait a po political
litical political opponent. It was Jack Po Po-tefsky,
tefsky, Po-tefsky, for example, who
thought and said publlclcly that
it wat unfair te needle President
Eisenhower for hit efforts te
eate tentlent with a few hours
en the golf links.
Gentle-voiced Potofsky then hit
Rockefeller ha: The men's cloth
ing chief pointed out that his an anion
ion anion has 175,000 members in the
state and that they have restrain restrained
ed restrained themselves from asking tor a
wage increase for three yea.
.hey have not wanted to hurt 'he
industry in New York by raising
costs and putting local factories at
a competitive disadvantage with
firms in other states.
Thus they believe they have aid aided
ed aided business, saved jobs, fought in
flation and served the public by
keeping down tl. p'ce of clothing
.hipped throughout the U.S. Now,
said Mr. Potofsky, Mr. Rockefel Rockefeller
ler Rockefeller comes with heavy tax de demands
mands demands which will hit the clithing
workers who have not been work
ing a full year and full weeks any anyway.
way. anyway. Mr. Potofsky told the Governor
o try and close tax loopholes else
where to raise the money. Labor
is going to fight the new Governor
hard and if Mr. Rockefeller wants
labor support and wants them In
for future discussions, they want
'o be consulted first and not told
fter the fact.
It was Mr. Rocke'eller's first
hurdle. It looks like he'll hav to
run the course all over again.
SLIDE KILLS EIGHT
TOTTORI, Japan (UPD-Eight
workmen were rilled when they
were buried in a landslide on a
construction project here, it was
reported today, two others were
injured.
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Changing Face Of Africa
By BOB RUARK

NAIROBI, Kenya, British East
Africa. it is coming on nine
years since I first hit this town,
and, of course, the fares are
more familiar now more of
them, many grown older, t h e
young bloods now fathers and
men of property.
But the face of the town has
lifted, the feeling of the town has
lifted, since I was here two yean
ago, since I was here three, four,
six years ago. There ii a magni
ficent new airport at Eastleigh
now, new hotels a-building, vast
new office buildings, slum clear
ances.
You no longer get the striking
impact of the spell and feel ol
Africa, as you did when I first
drove wide eyed down Race
rCoursa, Road, coming through the
native slums, the howling, reek reeking
ing reeking bazaars, in which every
smell known to the East mingled
in one magnificent heady stench
a blend compounded of rotting
fruit and dust and curry pesaer
and wet plaster and ancient liv living.
ing. living. The noises were as exciting as
the sights and smells. Fifty shrill
dialects mingled with the blare
of Indian and Arabic radio broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts and the tinny screech of
hand-crank: phonographs. Women
shouted and dogs basked and chil children
dren children played in between the plod plodding
ding plodding legs of the adults.
Then you could see the bush
native come tp town, and occa occasional
sional occasional haughty Masai wearing no nothing
thing nothing but a spear, wire orna ornaments,
ments, ornaments, red-clay make-up and a
goatskin cloak. . old-fashioned

Kikuyu with enormous c-arvdlroom oojs in while night dress

Walter Wincheli In

THE BROADWAY LINE
Gwenderful Verdon's contract
with "Redhead" (it opened last
night) gives her 7V4 percent of
the pronts. . me L,egena ox liz lizzie"
zie" lizzie" has a cast of 31, one of the
most populated lor a s.raigni
nlav this spasnn. It OPeilS at the
54th Street Theater (nee Adelphi)
. .The Bost critics enthused
over "God and Ka.e Murphy."
London's Fay Compton stars.
The play debuts here first week
in March. .uov. KOCKeieuer naa
been getting an average of 100
speaking requejts aauy. ron
ton Berle's soon due book,
"Earthquake," has execs of an
ad agency talking to their bar barristers.
risters. barristers. .The N.Y. Times censor
was caught snoozing. The "Epi "Epitaph
taph "Epitaph For George Dillon" ad
(highlighting a man s paw on a
nrl's pos'erior) ran iwice oeiore
it nn killed Union Irony:
John Foster, guitarist for the off-
Broadway sno maiaens aim
Mistresses," get three time the
salary paid to Leueen MacGrath,
the star.
Religious pamphleteers )n
Broadway comers now warn that
man's race to Outer Space is the
work of the Devil. ."To intro introduce
duce introduce ains to other planets". .
Sally Rank wiU be back on the
Take-Off Circuit. Six of the &nd
Street strin spa s are bidding. .
Castro's friends report that he'd
enjoy playing himself in the mo movie
vie movie about his career. He once
played bit roles in Mlxican
films. His second choice is John
owns 70 vanes and 50 overcoats
. .Tony Martin pa'ched up his
tiff with the Copa and stars there
May 28th. .Fay Spain plays Al's
girl friend in "Al Capone," the
film. She wear low-cu frocks frocks-displaying
displaying frocks-displaying scads of sheography.
You'd think Madison Square
Garden, wltii its record-breaking
attendances the.'O nights, could
kfford to buy an American flag
with 49 stars. .An $18,000 Rolls

Their military Cutbacks"

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wooden plugs in the distended 'es called kanzus, who padded si si-lobes
lobes si-lobes of his ears, women clad I leartlr barefoot acrosj the tiles.

only in a one-piece wraparound
kikoi, with the invariable baby
slung on their backs, a tiny wool woolly
ly woolly head peeping from under an
armpit. The men mostly wore
appalling tatters, with patch on-
patch, and all the wool hats
seemed to have been left oui. in
the rain.
The bazaars reeked of rotting
meat and gooey sweets and
swarmed with flies. The colors
of the people ranged from shin shining
ing shining plumb black to the lighter
Swahilis from the coast, the ivory-skinned
Arabs m djelabah and
caftan, the swarthy Greeks and
the sallow East Indians, the
fiercely bearded Sikhs .in b $ i 1 1-uank.turfcans,'
uank.turfcans,' 1-uank.turfcans,' tthfc hawk-fated So Somalia
malia Somalia from the northern deserts.
Shinisg black faces under bright
red tarbooshes, here an Arab
woman with a Haik drawn across
her face, showing only a pair of
enormous eyes, and tiny slipper slippered
ed slippered feet from a shapeless robe.
It all seemed very romantia,
that first time, because in the
next few days I would be going
out hi the vast plains of Africa to
shoot a lion, anc 1 perhips I didn't
really want to shoot a lion. Ev Everything
erything Everything about the town was ro romantic,
mantic, romantic, the eddying crowds oh
Delamere Avenue and Govern
ment Road, the black traffic po policemen
licemen policemen in neat khaki and high
blue wool socks, the settlers in
shorts and floppy double terai
hats, the busy drinkers in the
bars at the New Stanley and the
Norfolk Hotels, the waiters and
Royce cruising our town (License
DAS3) has a plaque over, the
plate reading: "State Commission
of Correction." No wonder State
U.xes are going up. .TV obser observer
ver observer John Crosby hopes to ex expand
pand expand his horizons. Finds TV cri criticism
ticism criticism too confining. .Mercury,
Coral and Del-Fi (recording com companies)
panies) companies) lost lots of coin when
.hose three Rockandroll lads per perished
ished perished in that crash out West.
They sold records fast. .There's
a platter called "The Rich Get
Richer" by the Poore Bros. .A .A-pril
pril .A-pril Stevens resumes at the Ve Vegas
gas Vegas El Rancho in April. Her
brother, Nino Tempo, has his
first disc, "15 Girl Friends" and
"Loonie About Junie." He's on
his way. .Vincent Assor, who
died this week, refused to allow
Hitchcock to se his St. Regis
Hotel for background movie
scene.
The Judy Garland-Alan King
concerts are se for the Met 0 0-pera
pera 0-pera House during May. Each
periormance sponsored by a dif different
ferent different charl y. .Rlcki Covette is
the "biggest thing" in Glrlesk.
She is 6 ft. 8. .Lauren Bacall
leaded the London apartment own owned
ed owned by Viscount Furness, titled
theatrical p oducer. .The an an-hony
hony an-hony Valentines expect their ba
by on Valentine's Day. Mr. V. is
cn Ar bur Mur ay's TV air
Mrs. Valentine wat Mary Mich
aels, former Music Hall Rocket!
. .When tourists are taken
through the N. Y. Times building
they invariably inquire: "Which
one is Margaret Truman's hus
band?". .the s6ng, "How Can
You Forget?" (which the juke jukebox
box jukebox plays in "Suzie Wong"), is
from the CareJe Lombard movie,
"Fools For Scandal." Rodgws
and Hart are Its parents.. .Greer
Garson has an album, too. It is
called: '''Greer Garson Babysits."
Kathryn Murray's series In the
Satevepost, ."My Husband, Arthur
Murray," pulls no punches. Even
ells how she attempted suicide
in 1930 jumping from s window

V
That was colonial Kenya white
man's wintry. H was called f-f-ty
or sixty thousand whites and
six million blacks. That was the
country in which every native,
regardless of age, was called
"boy." And less than ten ears
ago,
Now it has changed. The slams
and the old bazaar qiurterssbave
beet razed burnt down during
the ""emergency." whicn is what
the Mau Mau terror stilr is call called.
ed. called. You do not see so many na natives
tives natives clustered in tno streets any
more, not in the swarming, knots
of yesterday, because the history
of the bitter Mau Mau conflict
has made mobs unpopular.
The natives in' town seem bet better
ter better dressed (ban befor?, and, al almost
most almost all of them wear European
clothing shirts, shorts, slacks,
dresses. They no longer seem to
stare flatly with the African's
ma sued gaze, but look more o-
bliquely, mofe ityly. And less,
considerably, respectfully at the
white bwanas ana mem-sahibs.
Mau Mau has come and has
been put down, and a new secret
order, the K.K.M., seems to have
been effectively dispersed. But i i-solated
solated i-solated attacks on people and
persons "persist, and have in increased,
creased, increased, and the paper is full of
politics bordering on violence.
Somehow you hear a low mutter
of distant thunder in today's A A-frica,
frica, A-frica, thunder which will not be
followed by the relatively brief
squall that was Man Mau. which
at the time was described as an
uleer indicative of the state of
the restless world of color.
Mew York
and injuring her spine. Because
sue ieu sne naa no part in his
me. mow sne's the star. .Re .Remember
member .Remember Hel-t Tt.il ati- n ih
German silent film, "Maedchen
In Univorm"? She lives in SwU-
zenana, worss as a movie thea theater
ter theater cashier and doubles at wait-
ress in a coffee shoo. The Rut
offered her a theater bearing her
name in E-asi uermany, but she
turned if down, strnnoiv .nti.N...
zl, too. .Molly" Bee's real name
is Mollv Rearh.hnarH Th wil.
- i lit
liam MtoTit offira haa riiiPAu!-.
ed Diane .add. BnK-t
drops her a
a- j ym iBtucjUGIH I IS
join Ben Blue's show.
Barbara Ri n AAm ekftst Una
band Windsor Lewis have 20 odd
pen. in meir flew York aprtment.
Miniature marmoset, cats, ham hamsters,
sters, hamsters, turtles and six Golden Re Re-tri?.veL
tri?.veL Re-tri?.veL PUDa- -"Yncy Derring Derringer,"
er," Derringer," TV's only "Southern" (New
Orleans in the 1800s) doesn't hire
anyone with a Southern accent.
. .Harry Richman, Paul White White-man,
man, White-man, Rudy Vallee. Fifl D'Oraav
Mid Buster Keaton clicked wi'h
their Vegas show in Miami
Beach. .one of the few style
trends which originated in the U.
S. and was taken up in France:
Color hosiery. .Ear ha KItt will
be Cleopatra lo Lloyd Nolan's
Caesar In the movie, ""Caesar
and Cleopatra." The first Ebony
actress to pla, Cleo.
Girlsl Elvis Presley'a address
is: APO t New York. 1st Me Medium
dium Medium Tank Battalion; 32nd Ar Armored,
mored, Armored, 8ra Armored Division,
Friedburg, Germany, . .James
Garner ("Maverick") V came o
Hollywood as a model for iwlm iwlm-suts.
suts. iwlm-suts. .Frances Faye, hurt in a
fall months ago, li okay now. Re Resumes
sumes Resumes at the Riviera (Vegas) A A-pril
pril A-pril 14. .The day of the audi audience
ence audience participation game isn't o o-ver.
ver. o-ver. ABC-TV Just bought t Satur Saturday
day Saturday qulzzer, "Add and Win." It
debuts March 15. Pearlwick Fur Furniture
niture Furniture sponsors, v Eleanor Wood,
a hatchick at the Albert French
Raitiuranl mi I an mA An a
(lancing role in the off-Broadway

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v WASHINGTON If you anylayse
carefully Secretary of Defense
Neil McElroy'a .atemeot that the
United S atea will not aXempt a
match the production of Russia's
dread, long-range Intercontinent Intercontinental
al Intercontinental Ballistic Missile, UCBM,) it a a-moun
moun a-moun to" the most-' depressing,'
defeatist admission made by
public official since the United
State became a work! power;-"
In effect it's sn official ; admis admission
sion admission that ihe United States is will
ing to accept the status of "sec
ond-class power.";-.' ..
tws is especially so when cou
pled win Nikiia ... Khrushchev's
eon kleat harangue' before the
Communist Party congress, com
psruig Russia's 8.6 percent annual
increase in. industrial production
with the American increase of two
percenL
Tnesr facts mar trave been new
to the American people but they
are 'not new to the men inside
the National Defense '. Advisory
Council,, nor to some of the news
papermen who have been accused
of being "Cassandra, nor to the
autnort of the book USA Second
Class P6wet?',r '
Foe Weeks experts in the State
Department and Pentagon, whose
job it is to study what makes Mos Moscow
cow Moscow tick; have been; warning that
the balance of power was shifting.
The emergence of Russia as the
world's No. 1 missile power now
puts a final period after that shift.
N WHAT IT MEANS
Here, in simple language, is
what that shift means to the Aner-
ican people and the peace of the
world s
1. Balance ef. Power Yetterdav
was with the United States.' For
the past 15 year's, Russia knew
!hat any aggressive faction by it
means- the risk of heavy and ef effective
fective effective retaliatory action by the
United States. It knew we had the
power to retaliate and it, did not
"Udy In The Dark." She's a for former
mer former '!Miss Ohio". Jews Item:
'Bit ol ichIl toumd at wreckaae
of stolen car helps police find guil guilty
ty guilty party". .The heck with ihe
gaily party. Warn the Fort!
Eroll Flvnn sold hit private is
land off Jamaica (plus the large
resiart hotel theire) to. Washingon
socialite Perry Boswell. . ".The
Zsa-Zsa Gabor Marie McDonald
feud has eotten t of control.
Somebody's liable to get. wound-
ea. .jn Desmond, breath-taking
show-jel at the Latin Quar
ter, was an assistant buyer at a
big store in -Hollywiod. .-.The
Willie Bryants reconciles. .Mau
ry Sher, inventor of Western U U-nion's
nion's U-nion's Candy-Gram is one. of the
mam characters (,1a I'See. iHere,
Frtvate HafgroVe," the wartimft
best-seller.. .The State. Dej and
Cadence Records may send the
Chordettes, Andy Williams and
the Everly Bros. to. Russia to. woo
their teen-agers. .Sophia Loren'i
text film, "Black Orchid," In In-elude
elude In-elude the exceptional talent of
Virginia Vincen..Writeri! Don't
get discouraged. In his first ten
years Somerset Maugham averag averaged
ed averaged $10 a Week,
We can remember all the way
back when Ed MurrOw led the
pack calling some of u "contro "controversial"
versial" "controversial" commentators. .Harry
Sosnik, conductor of "Your hit
Parade," has onfe of the old Bre Bre-voort
voort Bre-voort Ho'ei's marble columns as
an antique in his Park Avenue
living room!. .Earths Kitt's line:
"One of the most sensuous and
exciting things in the world is in innocence".
nocence". innocence". .The town's newest
hotspo', the tiny Raintree, has
only 8 table. ."Ambrose," the
new hit song, and the oldie, "Now
See HowYou Are," are prckil prckil-ly
ly prckil-ly twins, note for note. .Grou .Grou-che
che .Grou-che Marx may Change his for format
mat format next season (and time-slot,
too) to a panel-type show. .. .His
editor bhee said of Mike Berger,
the New York Times' ace, chro
nicler of Manhattan sights and
sounds (teiry ill at University
Hospital): "He not only has no
enemies. He has no critics!"
About Beasts
ACROSS
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(Homed
ruminant
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13 Military
assistant
14 Stir
It Be successful
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City in in-Soviet
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Tiny
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quality
10 State
11 Exploit
17 A pone wears
1 Ventured
23 Rva funam
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strips
tO Vigilant x
21 Fuel
22 Vend
24 Polish river
26 Skin growth
once thought
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80 Revoke
32 Zodlae aim
24 Mineral, rocks
25 Remove

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(Regrets
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41 Meadow
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41 Candle
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vrtni to; risk fiat reUliatkm.T
't ime a .er time the IS. t e m 1 1 a
wok exploratory steps to Ust tht
United states, then backed down.
In W4, he Red Army was on tht
northern border of Iran ready 10
march in, when the United States
thren ened action. J V 1 u
-In 194J-50 it -tested American
readftess to retaliate b: the -Ber-h-ttflift,
We-h4 the balance of
power. iAgain Moscow retreated.
During the Korean war anoth another
er another probing operation Russia?aup
Sued planes, men and materiaX
utwat. careful not to risklanj
bead-on showdown with, the Unft
cy ouica.
Jl V.
. jnuuig. Mu ouea css tne Jrem
lin sent blunt : warning! ."to ; tht
wes wn sept oum Again, when
the United Staej landed troops in
Lebanon last summer Moscow
wrote notes and "made speeches
but scrupulously avoided. any; .mi .mi-litarytest.;i',
litarytest.;i', .mi-litarytest.;i', 4 :
; The balance of power up ontfl
tnen-was wMh-the 'United States.
? The Balance ef Fewer Teday
is on the side of Russia. It began
to awing iMt. jear. The.swini be became,
came, became, evident wit IRhlrushchev'i
sU'ement to Sen. Hubert Humph Humphrey
rey Humphrey regarding his latest long-range
ballistic missile," whicn. went 4 un unchallenged
challenged unchallenged by Eisenhower J ,J
And with McElroys" j'ecnti ad admission
mission admission that we vwould 'not try to
match Russian 1CBMV the shift
of power became categoric and
definite. - .,.
This brings out from tiie diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic shadows the unpleasant rea reason
son reason why Russia is so touch re regarding
garding regarding Berlin, why MiKoyan of of-fered
fered of-fered no compromises in the Rus Russian
sian Russian position. Moscow knows that
it has the balance of power. It
is no longer too greatly worried
over American retaliation. It can
afford to si' tight. 1
It knows that a new Berlin air
lift would not be ef eetive. The A A-merican
merican A-merican air force is now smaller
than the Russian, three Russian
radio jamming stations, could pre prevent
vent prevent American navigation into
Berlin in bad weather.
It knows that if Amarican tanks
attempt to open up the highways
into Berlin the strength of the
American Army's 17 divisions is
no match for the Red Army's 175
divisions. The balance of power has
shifted. f
; This is why columnists like Mar Mar-ouis
ouis Mar-ouis Childs. Jo Alton and thii
Writer have been hammering upon
American defenses until t lot of
feeders : are tired of. ft.''
' EFFECT ON ASIA
The'balance of power affects not
merely Berlhii is likely to af affect
fect affect the entire neutral or pifb-West
per'imeter Russiai'!-
. Jn the Asian couhtrtei surVound surVound-injt
injt surVound-injt the. Soviet-bloc- eountries, on
thing; and one thing only hat kept;
Moscow and Peiping from moving
in -'ear of American striking po power.
wer. power. X..!." '. yvr:V4,"J":-! ""
. Pakistan, Burma, Thailand, In Indonesia,
donesia, Indonesia, the Malays have been re relatively
latively relatively free of Soviet threats. They
are relatively defenseless;.' Their
chhsf protection Is the" forte of
public opinion backd up by tht
power of the United, S'ates..
The Kremlin's' hope was gradu gradually
ally gradually to put its owii pro-Communist
governments in. power .In many
of these countries, '::.., hdWever,
strongly aoti-Communisf govern governments
ments governments have recently taken over,
in some cases dictatorships. This
anti-Communist trend may well
tempt the. Kremlin to use strong strong-arm
arm strong-arm tactics. .
It now has the balance of pow power.
er. power. W'll it use that power to move
into the, neu'ral countries of Asia
and Africa?
, Already three shiplosds of Soviet,
arms are en route up the Persian
Gulf of Iraq, once a member of
the Baghdad Pact, a country from
which England gets a large .part
of is oil. ;
This may be the first test of
the new balance' o' power.; This
mny be the first result of Mc Mc-Elrov's
Elrov's Mc-Elrov's admission las' week tht
he Uni'ed States would not keep
nm with Ttussia in building tht
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pw swwi nn r.....j. Tiujiii- i mH Stnr.Spnut Donelaa Stover of

during jjoy scout weeK. rirsi i,uu. cum.. runup ras, .;: Cnnnt.
1 BowScout TroopU5 assemble a field dinner table out of bamboo under the supervision of Asst. Scout-,
, puyocuui xii-upvij ,. . . hi,.. Khun rnnlcinff mt. and .other

i master Jimmy v. mggms. ine xroop-Ao Ulf'.ia,? ui ';r 1 rT.T.i -70 n nt. Th
items,4s one of 20 displays "open to the public" on the Isthmus by-Oie CanarZone Boy Scouts. TM
Troop 15 display is on exhibit in front of the Service Club Center at Albrook AFB.

WAV" : If-

' 1 v V

w 1 cvrTMr.TON mtptv-A. Prot

estant organiiation undertook yes
terday to defend the Catholic
Kniehtt of Columbus against the

implications of a. "hate docu

ment bow Demg circulated m a-

merica.
D.qtonti mnA athmr AmMlCtnS

United for Separation of Church

and State (FOAU) sau me aocu aocu-meet,
meet, aocu-meet, which purports to be a se-
mv "naih" taken bv Knithtg of

Columbus, is completely -firauau-

lent.f
"niUSvitfi' nuched in fantastic

lsfunuixt m ainDOsed to bind

Knights of Columbus to Vage

war on their opponents ana to

a statement Issued here by POAU

Mid.

"It seems strange that credence
should be given to a manifest
fabrication of this sort," it added,

"yet we are convince mat ine
'nnih' im hfir.O wiHplv circulated

and that it is gaining acceptance
in some Quarters" as a valid

document.

POAU said that "careful re research"
search" research" bias proved there is no
fniiariaiMnn whatever for ttl docu

ment. K is sometimes passed off

as auaienut on tne grounas mat
it was once published in the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Record. This is true,
POAU said but it was published
in the record (in 1913) only s "m

sample ot otgoaTr.

Industrialist Bars
Mom From Wedding
Alter Her Threats

TOO YOUNG TO UNDERSTAND George Lewins, 8, tples to
1 hide his tears in a Houston,- Tex.,: policet station as officer B.
M Jordy explains to the boy that he's -not really being sold.
1 Georee's mother and stepfather Mr. and Mrs. Clark Stillion,
' were arrested aff er they sold the boy for $300 to police officer

posing an aaopwng cuupic.

Men Prize Hubby's
Role As Provider;

Vomen Want Friend

Knew vnmr cupi A m

HnMia mil bv Parade miaigazine

dar-Aav that, men and

women nave wiaeiy uwiwuib

abniit what, constitutes a

good husband.

Hffiet TVl ATI onntatpd in theisoll

tiioug'ht a good husband was' pn
ori.lv a mvnrl nrovideir. the ma

zine said. Most women thought
he shoud be primarily a "good

friend" and a "gooa lover.

Parade said it bad asked 6,000

nt mmm' "Which one 01

these qualifications do you person personally
ally personally consider the most valuable and

desirable in nusnanu;

good lover, B) good flromraer, w
0 m w J JLi r.mt rift"

nf s.000 wftmetf spoiled; 41.6

per cent said good friend," 33.1
per cent chose "good lover,'' 18.1
per cent picked "good, lather"

and 7.z per cent aaia tswu k1"-vider."

Of the 8,000 men polled, 62 per
cent said "good provider," 17.4
per cent chose "good friend," 16.3
per cent picked "good father"
and 4.3 per cent "good lover."

Parade said it appeared that

men regarded the role ot nus-

Kn,nji tinman nr a an economic

uauiv

nno whiiA women reearaea n

mainly in emotional terms.

,iiiliiiiiiiiiirt . iiifiwiiW"

Soldier-Statesman William Donovan
Buried Today At Arlington Cemetery

WAKHTVnTnTSI fTTPIV Mali

Gen. William J. "Wild Bill" Dono Donovan,
van, Donovan, a World War I hero who di- i
rected America's cloak-and-dagger
operations in World War II, will
be buried today at Arlington Na

tional Cemetery.
The 76-year-old lawyer-soldier
died Sunday at Walter Reed Army
Medical Center where he had been
notiAnt fnr more than a vear

suffering from arteriosclerosis. A

post-morten was being neia 10 ae ae-termine
termine ae-termine the exact cause of death.
A phief of the super-secret Of

fice of Strategic Services during

World War 11, Donovan supervised
American espionage, sabotage and
other intelligence activities be behind
hind behind enemy lines.
But he was a military hero long
Vtafara ho nrffnni7pH -thf OSS. ac

quiring his nickname of "Wild
Bill" while serving as commander

iof New York's famed "Fighting

69th" Infantry Regiment in World

War I.

A generally mild-mannered man,
Donovan was wounded three times '.
and won the nation's three highest
militarv Hppnratmn-t-th" fTinerea

sional Medal of Honor, the Distin-

guisned service cross ana tne Dis Distinguished
tinguished Distinguished Service Medal for- his
exploits on the Western Front.
Allen W. Dulles, director of the
Central Intelligence Agency, .fiaid
tribute to Donovan as ','the lather
of central intelligence in the Unit United
ed United States." Dulles said "America

has lost a soldier and a patriot ;
Army Secretary Wilber M.
Brucker described Donovan as one

of the nation's greatest soldier-

statesmen. He said the former
OSS chief was a "renowned hero
who was first and foremost a great
American."

""

r(WBOU!lJtfSFt,siKriean" feafto handle snowshoesJJ
1 S &mseTkheft-fc The three-year-ol

r vwinam. VJintfn nmM earlv and stavsjl

ftCZ. JgW-faT HH1

PASAT1FMA. Caltf. fUPI)

Industrialist Louis Purmort, who
barred his mother with a court

order from attending his marriage
tn nrAttv riivnrriwe. said Yester

day he and his new bride would
. . 1.2 1 i IT. ..

said wraay ior a nuueymwu ui n-

waii.

Purmort, 34, president of the

United states ruier o., awiicnea
th Kma nH nlar of the weddinff

ceremony Saturday to avoid pub

licity.
He and Mrs. Barbara Stanley
Thorndyke, 26, mother of two,
were married in a b.uiet ceremony

at the Micniuanaa rresDyrerian
Church. His mother did not at

tend.

Vtii-mnrt crnt a SivnprWvr Court

order last Wednesday to block his

mother from amending tne service.
Purmort claimed his mother
threatened to kill him if he went
ahead with the marriage, 10
strongly wa she opposed to th

match.
Body Mixup Adds

b Tragedy In Wake

Of Plane Crash

Leader Says IIAACP
Cannot, Shall Hot
Abandon Battle

NEW'YORK, (UPD Roy Wil Wil-kins,
kins, Wil-kins, executive secretary of the
: Naitonal Assn. for the Advance-
t rnlnrarl PpnTllp. SalQ SUn-

day night that the orgamzation

"cannot and shall not" give up us
pattle for equal rights for Negroes
x Wilkiris spoke on the NBC show
Chet Huntley Reporting" with
ThomarJR Waring, editor of the
Charleston- : News' and .Courier.
Waringaid' -the NAACP ''creates
division and animosity" and should
Withdraw fronv the. southern seg seg-aegation
aegation seg-aegation battle. ; '
1 Wilkins-said -wlthdrawar would
ainduht.. to jiving in to a request
ftiat f'm and oup- children vsit by
the- side of the road while others
loonvpast us into the space age."
it mtA thot if Noornpo nppprlfi

jib Baiu wiMi. o-"

"we would have no ngnt to De
Americans, or to enjoy the respect
of our fellows, or to receive' the
love and honor of our children."
The men appeared on the pro program
gram program 1o comment on a proposal
made by Huntley on his Feb. 1
program that the NAACP should
withdraw because "rightly or
wrongly, present Negro leadership
eWt make the opening approach
because it will not be accepted.'
Huntley said that he thought
there Would be a better chance for
desegregation schools "if there
were less reliance on the courts
and on the federal power.1 i
"AlMhe -history of race relations
In the 'South refutes this thesis,"
Wilkin replied, "Never in its his history
tory history on this question has the South,
at a; region, wjthout outside pres-
nr tolron uaton vnlitntnrilv tO

grant the Negro, bit iti.enship

flgUWv-.-..Jr..t.l
" .'1 111 i
AM UIT DlDinc

TOKYO (UP!) helping Radio
aid yesterday' the songs most

popular in communist cnina cur
innflw liMlnJJ. Itrlll U tl

lw 1J. ... S. ; Imperialists Jto Ride

Kougnsnoa uver tne feopier, ana
"The -reople's ommune- Are
Good. , .

MP To Intervene

In British Mom's
Twin-Selling Try

TONDOM ('TTPI A member of

Parliament plans to appeal to
.... n i r 1

T.lnvrl tn intprvene in the

case of a British mother who al allegedly
legedly allegedly put her 8-year-old twins

up for sale W Houston, Tex.

Tho father of the twins. 28-

year-old George Lewins, has asked

his representative in ramameni,

rwwiaa HfMienton.i 10 nem mm.

His former wife and mother of

the twins, Mrs. Rosemary tm
lion, refused to return- the chil
dren to Britain.

Lewins made his plea for the
rt the rhilHrpn in a trans-

tinniin talonhnnp pall last week.

Auaiiuw

He offered the boys a good nome
and said he would pay their fares

to England.

sh flatlv refused to, send

them, but I will fight for the re-

titvn nf mw OAT1Q np SBlU.

Tha nun nffninct Mrs. Stillion

and her, second husband, Dean

Stillion, was dismissed on a lecn-

nical poftnt at Houston on imura imura-dav.
dav. imura-dav. It was alleeed they offered

to sell the boys for $500.
i Houghton said he hoped to see
tJInvrf and Home Secretary R. A.

Kiit AF...tnflav tn.asK mem 10

help arrange, to bring the twins
to England.
TTa AAtA that ha mloht raise

the matter in the House of Com Com-mons.
mons. Com-mons. .'' r

Ellender Scorns,
Benson Approves

Ike'i Farm Program

WASHMGTONKI)---r Chalnv

Alton T VMimAnr of the

iiuau. nLu --

Senate Agriculture comimiiwee

said yesieraay mere was uui
.1-1 t- t a Jharvpe" 4th at Con-

glivai. Vi a ------ -
gress would approve President

Eisenhower s new ra;ni hub"" hub""-The
The hub""-The peppery Louisiana Demo-
;a iha ir.iaanhnumr Tlan to

UIW ouu v
permit reductions in prace pegs

for 12 farm crops did noi proviue

a "real solution w lawn i
iM iripfln lower in

come as well as lower pnees for

farmers.

The program, ne saio wouiu
not provide any "stability" to ihe

As EUenuer voicea ma wnu wnu-:
: wnu-: ninnla4 Nww Orleans.

L I Sill MX a avx-v..
La. radio speech, AgncuMure

Secretary azra i uenson um i
a television interview that the
administration proposals were a

"realistic" move away rronaprea

Benson said n me mieivjcw

rih sak. Xftnnpfh B. Keaune tn

N.Y.) that the Eisenhower .pro

mnm aruiM Tnoan "VHrV SUDSian'

tial reductions' in federal farm

Benson said in the interview

"greater freedom for the Amen

can laimcn.
Benson is scheduled to testify
before the House Agriculture

committee tomorrow n ui u-

1 "J .t... J..n!l. hi.

fillenoer saiu duv. unyn
views, his conuniWee would give
- 4 uaAMHUIpAntlAlll

lii&cnnower reuuiunreuwwuuD
"close and serious coll8idertioIT.,'
Ti mnA tt omiiik a Ida ivnilln

consider any proposals auomitted

by farm orgaoizaxioni or maiviu

imia a mfimy nr Tarm njiifl ivkiii

wtaii nr,0rtkKmtn IWOOI1M17

UV1RHV -.wa- -..m.-- -r
are drafting a measure, to raise

instead ot .lower price empporw.

BOMBARDMENT RESUMES
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) Com Communist
munist Communist Chinese artillery .opened a
light bombardment yesterday on
the Notionalist held Quemoy Is Islands,
lands, Islands, as is their custom on odd odd-numbered
numbered odd-numbered days. The Nationalist
Defense Ministry said at mid mid-afternoon
afternoon mid-afternoon that 83 Communist
shells, had fallen on -the island
gone midnight,

tti.uM. ha nalna of H h.limatlam.

Arthrltla, Nauritl. Lumbago, 8ol 8ol-atloa,
atloa, 8ol-atloa, atlff mniaiaa and awollaa
iotnta maka you mliarabla, (at
tOMIND from roar drufgiat at
ma nAUTWn anlnlrlw MnM .n

taitio rallaf ao iron aa ilmp, work

ana iiva in cominn. von c iiuaj

awaOManqr, wai mvjuw isoaj

KTvva vniiiir etwtl A traffic

mixup of bodies of airplane crash

nr... nipinpn vesieraay.

TlLuuia "
Two women who bore a sharp

resemblance to one another were

among the 65 persons xmea m
last Tuesday's crash of am Ameri American;
can; American; Airlines Elect here.

One was Euzaoetn Ann a.c
nlcky. Chicago. The other was
Mrs. Dolores Hunt, whose hus

band also died in the acciaem.

After the crash, one- 01 w

bodies was -identified as mat
Miss Kalnicky by Jamea Hurley,

r im.-, vnrir a fripmn ana Dusmess

associate. The body wa sent to
rki.A Kut whom Mka Kalnicky s

mother aaw it, she taid-it waa not

hI WVaa.- a

jjetecuves jneoiujfjuna
Nan Vyt- mnraiue meanwhile

noted another body similar to the

one ttiat had been aenc o cm cm-cago.
cago. cm-cago. :An aunt of Mrs. Hunt waa found

m Chicago. She identified the

body that Had oeen sent mere as
that of Mrs. Hunt. The body still

in New York wa that ec met

Kalnicky.
Mrs. Hunt's body was returned
hor. fnr ruiriial with her husband.

The other body wa to be sent to

Chicago.
cn.-Qoa prwa nulled returned

h viptlm's bodv from Rikers

TlanH channel this morning, n

mam atravwwri ki a aeat.

The entire cockpit of the big

nam tiirfrnmrrtn airolane also was

hrmicht to the surface. Included

mam tha antirp HUltruiment nanel.

which Was intaw. ine ciock aun
: -ttX 1 iJ .J

was running, am uumciai atu, u
the rest of the cockpit section was

in excellent condition.

Wcrld's Rcost
fensoss location

2000 up to m minute reams
VefySinslblsIrtH Include
TV and Air Conditioning

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THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPV.

WEDNESDAT, FEBRUARY 11, 1955.

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DISTINGUISHED VISITORS ARE ENTERTAINED
BY ADMIRAL AND MRS. WALES THIS WEEK
Rear Admiral and Mrs. George Wale, entertained I at
dinner last evening at their quarters at Fifteenth Naval Dis District
trict District Headquarters. After dinner, the guests joined Carnival
festivities at the Union Club. ,
On Friday evening, Admiral and Mrs. Wales will enter-
tain at a cocktail buffet at their quarters.
Their house guests this week include Rear Admiral
Donald Eller, commander of the Military Sea Transportation
Service in the Atlantic Area, and Capt. Ernest Usworlh,
Chief of the U.S. Naval Mission at Bogota, Colombia.

:1AWC Committee
: Plans for Ball
, I '; The Asilo clc la Infancia torn

mitte oi the Inter-Amencan
1 -s Women's Club hai announced

"plans for a bail masque ior ine!enls antj jther qualified residents

benefit of the Asilo.
The costume party is planned j

fSr Saturday, February 21, from j Photographers Visit
. 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Corr-, Governor's Residence
munity House at the Fifteenth Seventy photographers of the
Naval Dis'.rict. A midnight sap- Diablo Camera-Club visited and
per, door jwzes, costume prizes photographed the new y-landscao-and
Other entettainmenf are in-.e-i gardens at Gov. W. t.
eluded in the ticket price. Tick-jser's residence at Balboa Heights

ets are now being sold by mem- thir, week. Governor ana mrs
ben of the committee, at the;Po'ter see ted the shutterbugs on
club office, and.will be mailable! the terrace ana pointec oui the
at the door. flowering shrubs and trees oi spe-
' ciai beauty.
Writers' League Following the morning tour rf
Meeting Tomorriw the grounds, the camera enthu-

The Armed Forces w r 1 1 e r s i
League will meet tomorrow eve-
mt Tin in iho lihrarv .if thR
USO-JWB in Balboa. Script

John B. Wright and Mrs. Marcela B. de Wright,
Dr. S. E. Barraza and Mrs. Maria T. de Barraza
will be grateful for your company at the funeral
lervice in memory of
Mrs. ELIZABETH B. WRIGHT
whlcr will be held at 4- pm. tomorrow, February
12th at St. Luke's Cathedral, Ancon, C, Z.

Get the one
GERM-FIGHTING

ATTENTION
YOUR

FAMILY'S

HEALTH
COMES FIRST!

TRADE

A GUARANTEED

i and Otlieiwide
Bij Staffers ,r

2-0 740 i-Oltl Uwa S.-OO iJ 10

ing. story and pbotog'aphic oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities in Exercise Banyan Tree
will be discussed.
Leagu(l membership is open to
imrv personnel, their aepend-
I of the Canai Zone and Panama.
siasu vimic;i uuwj n. I
r'O Azul, raiiams, uir icu icu-tiful
tiful icu-tiful lake. with its swimmers and

writ-'picnicking parties were subjects

and only
TOOTHBRUSH
Reache you Surgically Sterile 1
Made to ttay Activity Anti'
teptic for up to 4 months in use!
Inhibits or destroys ALL type
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It's the
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FROM THE FIRST YEAR of Ufe throujth School age.
all children need the vitamins minerals, and pro protection
tection protection of a good milk.
TO DEVELOP STRONG BONES, healthy teeth and
enjoy good health, everv child should drink one
quart of milk daily (Adults V quart).
IDEAL EVAPORATED MILK, a guaranteed NESTLE
product conserves intact those precious elements
of health It is elaborated with the best cow's milk.
BECAUSE OF ITS ECONOMY. IDEAL EVAPORATED
MILK solves the problems of milk in vnur home.
GIVE VOUR FAMILY the high quality and valuable
nutrition of IDEAL EVAPORATED MILK which is
available at any erocerv store or pharmacy In 6
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YOU WILL BE SATISFIED with

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&x 134,

P.
anama
-If
of great interest. The outing was
ended with a visit to the finca of
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Flye, over overlooking
looking overlooking a spectacular view of the
Fe-las Islands and the Bay of Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. It was announced that plans
a romnlete for the club s photo
graphic field trip to Buga, Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, on Feb. 21. The locsl pho photographers
tographers photographers will visit one of the
largest sugar mills in the Cauca
Valley.
Charity Card Croup
Mr Thursday
Th nharitv Card Group of the
Balboa Woman's Club will meet
w Hecirt and cards tomorrow
at 12:30 at the Fort Amador Of
ficers' Open Mess.
Mrs. William Black, a non non-member,
member, non-member, will be hostess with
Mrs. Lawrence Adler. Panama 3 3-4890,
4890, 3-4890, and Mrs. V. A. Daniels, Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4711. Canal Zone women
should contact Mrs. W. C. Mer Merchant,
chant, Merchant, card group chairman,
Balboa 3317.
Kol Shearith Israel
Has Important Meeting
Members of Kol inearnn
Is-
rael will have an, important
meeting Thursday evening at mi
the Communit: Hall, Avenwa u-
ba nnd 36th Street.
Tho future of the Auxiliary
Chest, a matter of importance 'o
the community, will be aiscussea.
Meeting
d .ui riwlr Council
The Pacific Civic Council wll
have ts regular montniy meerog
vanin at 7:30 in the Con
trol Room. op floor of the Civil
Afairs Building in Ancon.
U.llinlMi- CtriH
A meeting of the Rainbow City
and Santa Cruz Civil Defense Co Co-lunteer
lunteer Co-lunteer Corps will be held tonight
and tomorrow respectively. The
Binhni ritv meeting will be
held at the School at 6:30 p.m.,
.nH Santa C.Tn. meetina at the
Service Center at 8 p.m.
ah mom.wrc rf the Civil De
fense Volunteer Corps are urged
Dttonri thp meetines and the
general public is invited.
Alkrnnlr Chanol Guild
The Albrook Ladies' Chapel
Guild will meet at 7:30 tonight in
the basement of the chapel.
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THI CELEBRITIES
Ingrid Bergmin is reported ex-
citeu ove- a new comedy, i
Route de New York," senpteo d
Prp.tnn 55Lurses. the talented writ
er who deserted' Bollywood tor
Pans a few years ago, u ner mm
commitments can be cleared, In In-ifrid
ifrid In-ifrid would like to star in the pro
duction at the Theatre De Paris
in October, with Spurges directing
and her husband, Lara Schmidt,
producing. She's influenced not on only
ly only by the play but by- hr hus husband,
band, husband, enthusiasm and her own
love of French audiences, who
were so warm to her when she
played there in "Tea and Sympa Sympa-thy"...Connie
thy"...Connie Sympa-thy"...Connie Francis, the young
recording skyrocket, is being woo wooed
ed wooed by David Summerville of The
Diamonds.
Television Alley is rife with per persistent
sistent persistent rumora that Jack Paar will
be given a Saturday night show
in the present Perry Como slot,
with Perry moving to Wednesday
evenina's Kiaft time for his hour
of relaxed entertainment.. .Talk a-
bout hot prqperties. "The Scarlet
Feather," by Dale Van Every,
isn't due for publication until
March, but thre; top film makers
alreadv are bidding for the screen
rights Gary Cooper, Burt Lanca
ster and Jerry waw.
Wall St. circles believe Sherman
Adams will be ready to announce
his new affiliations early in the
Sping... Local Jazz fans get their
firs look at uonna mgmower,
the hot new singing attraction, on
KU Wl Say..
Home isn't a place the aver average
age average husband wants to get away
from every chance he gets. It s
a place he has to be lured away
from.
That is something the wives
wnn comrjlain their husbands
don't want any kind of social life
ought to remember. It's easy for
a woman to forget that fact, be
cause home is a place a lot of
women want to get away from in
the evening. Simple reason is
that they've been there all day
long and home is actually their
place of work.
When a woman is anxious to
get away from home, she'll set settle
tle settle for iust about anything a
second-rate movie, a second-rate
dinner, an evening with a bor
ins couple, a dull lecture, or
whatever happens to come along
But a man returning home aft
er day away is rarely in that
frame of mind. Home iooks gvm
to him and he'll be tempted to
Wave it, only if something else
looks better.
So the wife who wants to gO
out in the evening ought not to be
surprised or hurt if her husband
is reluctant to leave his easy
chair.
Instead, she should regard his
willingness to stay put as a.chal
lenge to try and find something
interesting enough to do so that
he will want to do it.
She may have to scratch off
dull friends and seek more inter interring
ring interring and entertaining ones.
She may have to wait, for a goid
movie to come along before
suggesting that he take ner io the
theater. She may have to search
out concerts and lectures and ex exhibits
hibits exhibits that arouse some spark of
interest in her husbjBjjd instead
of expecting him' to go along just
because everybody is goinr.'
But that shouldn't be too difficult.
And it offers a rewarding pre
mium to the wife who makes the
effort.
It will make her own evening j
out more than an escape from
boredom at home. It will make
them evenings that are worth
going out for.

MORRISON'S
4th of July and "J" St.
LEWIS SERVICE
18-52 Tivoll Ave.
CASA ZALDO of Calldonla
Near Tivoll Theatr
CASA ZALDO of Santa Ana
13-17 Central Ay:

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

Feb. 10. She's been signed to ap
pear at the Village Vanguard .or
a week... Gene 'i'ierney's friends
are rallying to encourage ha: re
covery at tne Menninger Clinic.
They'll do all they can to con convince
vince convince her that she's going to make
it back to a normal life, -and when
she does, film roles will be wait waiting
ing waiting for her.. .Some Manhattan mov movie
ie movie house is about to show a sneak
preview any minute of "Some
Like It Hot,T the flicker in which
Marilvn Monroe plays the ukulele
and (fasten yo. r seatbelts) Jack
Lemmon and Tony Curtis join a
girl orchestra wearing wigs, high
hoAls nvlons and makeup. Any
synopsis of the plot makes it sound
as 11 eirong nerves win ueTcuu ueTcuu-ed.
ed. ueTcuu-ed. but preview audiences on the
West toast seemea io uiiun it iuu iuu-ny.
ny. iuu-ny. The resignation of the Duke of
Windsor's private Secretary, Vic Victor
tor Victor Waddilove,' was dignified .f
ungrammatical. Quoth Mr. Waddi
love: "There has been no ainer-
ence of opinion between uie uuxe
anH T" Tjfidsav Crosby's date at
the Embers was Copa cutie Glo Gloria
ria Gloria Curtis.. .Martha Raye made a
thoughtful gesture at the upstairs
at tho Downstairs the other night.
She had to leave be'ore the end
of the revu-, but sent a magnum
of champagne backstage to the six
performers "in apology."
Election campaigns iu "6U"U
et pretty funny. One British M.
Nieel Nicolson. has a ruthless
(and rather imaginative) opposi
tion: in oroer io kui on ms vubih: vubih:-ts,
ts, vubih:-ts, they've charged that he's the
ghost writer of "Lolita" ...That
spectacular Times Square fire the
other night interrupted .Fire Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Cavanagh's Gourmet dm
Ler at Oafe Chauveron. But once
the blaze was under control, he
iariirnri tin ioin his wife and the
Billy Leedses and the Ben Fin Fin-neys
neys Fin-neys just in time for his share
of the- oakea Aiasna.-
Joyce Bulifant, who is married
to Helen Hayes' son, Jimmy Mac Mac-Arthur,
Arthur, Mac-Arthur, gets a telephone call from
her bridegroom (in Hollywood ) ev every
ery every night withi. five minutes af after
ter after the curtain goes down On her
Broadway show, "Tall Story" ...
Lyda Fairbanks returns to Got Gotham's
ham's Gotham's musical scene with her en engagement
gagement engagement at the Living Room
starting Feb. 23, and her reper repertoire'
toire' repertoire' will include at least one song
guaranteeed to stumio all but the
experts. It's titled "Talk to Me.1
(Who wrote it Give up? Rudy
Vallee!)
One of the major networks is
showing interesting the pilot film
Tommy L e o n e 1 1 i made with
Gretchen Wyler...Ava -Gardner at
last haa sold the villa she occu occupied
pied occupied just outside Madrid,, and it's
rumored .the hew owner plans to
change i'.s name. When Ava lived
there the place was known as
"The Witch's House" in honor of
the weathervane, not the chatel chatelaine.
aine. chatelaine. Many of- the baseball experts
feel the baUle between Mickey
Mantle and the Yankees over sala salary
ry salary isn't nearly as serious as it
seems. In fact they suspect the
headlines are being used to bal ballyhoo
lyhoo ballyhoo the ooenina of Mickey's bow
ling alley.. .Catty Parisians are in intimating
timating intimating that Roger Vadim's new newest
est newest contribution to the cinema,
"14-year-old" Gillian Hills, actual actual-lj
lj actual-lj is closer to 18. ..The co-aUthor
of a new book, "The Trial of Ma Mary
ry Mary Todd Lincoln," should be pret pretty
ty pretty adept at adding up his royal royalties.
ties. royalties. He's James Rhodes, audi'or
of the State of Ohio... Elizabeth
Taylor is losnig weight fast, so
she'll be back to her usual shape shapely
ly shapely silhouette by the time she starts
her new effort for Sam Spiegel.
OVERSEES CONSTRUCTION
WARSAW (UPI)-Brazilian Adm
Fontes Ferreira has arrived in
Poland to oversee construction of
merchant ships for his country.
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Remembrances for
those you love on
VALENTINE DAY
February 14th

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Walter Wolff of San Antonio
writes, "Here is one for your de
partment of utter confusion:
"My opening spade bid was due
to the tact that l was applying
an individual tournament and
wanted to bid the major suit first.
My partner i four no-trump res
ponse was a typical individual bid
and the fact.' that I showed just
one ace did not encourage him in
the slightest.
"As he explained later, he was
a great believer in the law of
symmetry and since he1 was void
of one suit, he was sure that I
was void of another. Of course, I
can't be sure that he simply mis
counted our aces by one, but that
is neither nere nor there.
"East doubled. He had two aces
and sort of felt that we had our
signals crossed. Fortunately for us
his partner also held an ace, and
it happened to be the ace of clubs.
He smiled happily and laid it
down. I ruffed in dummy, drew
trumps, discarded his one diamond
on my king of clubs and conceded
a heart trick.
"P.S.I won the indiyudual. Do
I deserve congratulations?"
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in the first plae and your part partner
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Pius Xl's Unfinished
Appeal For Peace
Revealed By Pontiff
ROME (UPDAn ; appeal for
peace to avoid '.'homicide and sui suicide"
cide" suicide" throughout the world had
been prepared by Pope Pius XI
only months before World War II
started, Pope John AXlll re
vealed yesterday.
The Pontiff's appeal never was
issued, PoDe John said, because
'sister death" struck Piux XI;
and "his tired hand came to an
end before he could conclude It."
Pone John told the Italian cler
gy he wished to issue the last
message prepared by Pius XI.
who was succeeded by the late
Pnne Pius XII. because of the
many "fantastic things" that had
been said about him as war
clouds gathered over Europe.
The appeal for peace, prepared
seven months before Nazi forces
marched into Poland, said:
"We invoke and appeal for the
advent or return of the religion
of Christ to all. people, to all na nations.
tions. nations. . We appeal for tranquility
and peace, peace, peace to this
world which appears seized by a
fblly of armaments similar to
both homicide and suicide, but
which desires peace' at a(l cost
and which together with us im implore
plore implore this peace and hope to ob obtain
tain obtain it from God."
Paraiso Church
Announces Special
Lenten Services
A preaching mission will be con
ducted at St. Alban's Church. Pa
raiso, every Wednesday evening
beginning at 7:30 p.m. with the
Ven. Archdecon L. B. Shirley, oc occupying
cupying occupying the pulpit, during the Len Lenten
ten Lenten season. v
Every Friday evening at T p m
there will be the Station of the
cross and sermon by the Rev. Al
lan R. Wentt.
ON THt "ROCKS"
LONDON (UPI) The British
army's problem boy rock 'n roll
star, Terry Dene, has been "sent
to a civilian hospital for treat treatment
ment treatment of "emotional strain.' Dene
a frank Imitator of Elvis Presley,
entered the army in a glow of
publicity last month but was put
under psychiatric observation aft after
er after only two days of duty.

Aged Londoner Tells Scotland Yard

Woman-Hating Cousin Was 'Ripper' :

LONDON (UPI) Scotland
Yard is checking out a report
which may result in closing out
the docket on "Jack the Ripper"
after 70 years, 'according to tne
London newt paper Reynolds
News. ; !."'-.-:- ;
"'Jack the Ripper" wai one of
most infamous murderers of all
time. He brutally "murdered iix
women in London's saalit streets
in the 1880s. s
He was never caught and never
identified.
The Reynolds news said Sunday
that an 82-year-old retired black
smith named George -Henry 'Ed 'Edwards
wards 'Edwards told Scotland Yard that
"Jack the Ripper" -was his cousin
Frank, now dead.'
It quoted Edwards as savinff he
kept silent until now because
'otherwise I mieht have been
done in, too."
According to the newspaper,
Edwards told Scotland Yard nf a
night in 1888 when a woman was
muraerea in London s East End,
one of the series of killing whirh
terrorized the city.
A few hours later, according to
Edwards, his cousin Frank ar arrived
rived arrived at the Edwards home
Frank, an accountant, carried an
auacne case in wnich were a razor
and a bloodstained collar.
Three crucial weeks in Americ
an history, Christmas week. I860:
the April week in which Southern
batteries began firing on Ft Sum
ter: and the week of Palm Sun
day, 1865, when Grant and Lee
met at McLean's farmhouse in
Appomattox, are analyzed in a
new book which was placed in cir
culation this week by the Canal
Zone Library.
The new book, "The Great Re
bellion", by E. S. Miers, covers
the weeks "during which the Ame
rican people caught in the surge
ana tiae or the Great Rebellion
struggled toward a victory called
Freedom."
The author has transmuted the
military struggle into the struggle
fur men's minds and souls and
shows the tragic conflict rooted in
human aspirations.
The complete ret of new books
and their authors follows:
Non FictionMy Vjli in Art, 64 64-melmans;
melmans; 64-melmans; For the Life of Me, Bris Briscoe;
coe; Briscoe; Making the Most of Every
Move, Dodson; Marble Palace,
Frank; The House of Your Drams
Firkpa trick; West Side Story, Lau
rents; Delinquency, Sickness or
S'n? McCann; The Freedom to
Read, McKeon; The Great Rebel Rebellion,
lion, Rebellion, Miers; The Russian Revolu
tion, Moorehead; How to Make
Flower Decorat'ons, Roberts;
Marriage on the Rocks, Rose; The
Atlantic Rook of British and Ame American
rican American Poetry, Sitwell; Double Ex-
oosure, Vanderbilt; Theory of
Games and Economic Behavior,
Von Neumann; and A-Boating We
Will Go, Wolf.
r
Fiction The Dangerous Years,
Criurch; The King's Agent, Clark;
You've Got Him Cold, Dewey;
Mrs. 'Arris Goes to Paris, Galil Galileo;
eo; Galileo; The Admen, Mead; House
Happy, Resn'k; Anna and Her
Daughters. Stevenson; and House
of Many Rooms, White.
Children's Books Going on Si
teen, Cavanna; Rocket Shin Ga Galileo,
lileo, Galileo, Heinlein: Hillbilly Pitcher.
Jackson: The Wonderful World of
Music, Britten; the First Book of
Congress, Coy; and The Land and
People of Austria, Wohlrabe.
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4ay is very oonomloal,

The newspaper quoted E4- j.
wards as saying Frank wore a v
bowler hat, gold-rim r spectacles ;
and had a black moustache. A
newspaper report at that murder
said a policeman spotted a man
wearing a bowler hat, goldrim
glasses and with a' moustache
walking ;away; from the murder
scene .- v-'i. "j-----
Reynolds News said 'Edwards
told Scotland yard Frank was al always
ways always saying he hated women.' He
said Frank picked v quarrels
easily, mainly over women. J
-Mrs.-Bertha Parkhurst, 75, an another
other another -jof Franks cousins, "vt
quoted ; as; saying of him:- ''Wom ''Women
en ''Women in ibis opinion were Just no
good. have a vague memory ne
was supposed -to. have murdered
a woman in London but L can't
remember the details."'-

Advenlisls To Open
Big Tenl Sunday ?j
Might Al Cristobal rW
EVANGELIST HOLNESS
With the arrival of nslirf
O.U. Holness from the British

West Indies, the "Big Tent" for
the 1959 evangelistic season of
the Seventh-Day Adventist Chuich,
will be opend at 14th Street and
Bolivar Avenue, Cristobal at 7:30.
Although new to the Colon
community, Holness is; no' straw
geir to the republic qf Panama,
having conducted a very large :
and successful evangelistic effort
on the Pacific, side two years a a-go.
go. a-go. It is anticteated that.

who heard him before will; be,

coming over from Panama City
to listen to his interesting lee
tures.
Holness who hailsi from thejlsv
land of Jamaica, where he com completed
pleted completed his college' training- in the- :
plogy, bag had, vride aevahgeiis- 'f
ttc experience. He aasfravelle4
thru many 'parts of the United
States and has just completed a
tour of Puerto Rico and manyo
the Islands of the B.W,I. Federr
ation in the Caribbean. i :
A choir of more than fifty voic voices
es voices will be on hand every- mght,
to preceded the lectures with sti stimulating
mulating stimulating songs services. The vis-
iting evangelist will have as ; his
associates, Pastor G. A. Jeffries
and Ricardo Cargill, a ministerial
intern assigned to the Bocas del
Toro district. .
Meetings will be held, every
night except on Saturday.
i

Sleyer Berger,
PuMlxer Reporter,
To Be Burled Today
NEW YORK (UPI) Funeral
services will be held today for
Meyer Berger, 60; Puttier Prize Prize-winning
winning Prize-winning reporter and columnist for
the New York Times who died Sufl Sufl-dsv
dsv Sufl-dsv following a stroke. ;
Berger was noted for his straight
forward but poetic narrative des descriptions
criptions descriptions of emotion filled events.
He was nominated for a Pulitier
Prize in 132 for h's coverage of
the trial of Al Capone for income
tax evasion. Ff won th. prize in
1950 for reporting the shooting of
13 persons by an insane man in
Camden, N. J.
Berger was forced by poverty
to leave high school after two
terms. He took a job as a mes messenger
senger messenger for the old World at $150
a week. After serving as a ser sergeant
geant sergeant in World War I, be became
a police reporter for the World.
In 1928 he joined the staff of the
Times and never left except for
one year as a writer on the Vew
Yorker. v
Berger wrote a thrice weekly
column of anecdote anH humn
interest, "About New York," ia
addition to reporting chores. In
1943 he wrote "Men of Maryknoll,"
a history of the Catholic mission missionary
ary missionary order with which he in'ntl-,
ed a long association, although
he was a Jew.

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WEDNESD AX,' FEBRUARY ll, 1959

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THS PANAMA AMUUCAi A UUfcjrMLNX DA1L1 Ett&iAFK
Congress 'Saved'" 22 ; Billion Dollars
By Cutting Ikes Budget Requests
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NOT 60 NICE NICE No minbathin today at the famed French resort ot Nice. A would-be
' -stroller is forced to scramble to avoid being drenchtd by wave breaking over the From'
Jji-nade dee Anglais (Englishmen's Promenade). A heavy storm in the Mediterranean sent huge
'"breaker rolling, over the promenade, littering it with gravel. In good weather, It is thronged -with
vacationing sunseekere- i
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President's Program Of Federal School Aid
Aims At Construction Of Needed Classrooms

WASHEWTOKMUPI) Presi President
dent President oEiienhower asked Congress

yesterday tq approve a S2,5Q0, S2,5Q0,-000.000
000.000 S2,5Q0,-000.000 program of federal school

construction aid for w communities
and eolleffet unable to finance

Jieededclaasrooms on their own.
Arthur &S."lemming, secretary
of, health, 'education and welfare,:
emphasized the program was a
temporary' emergency plan "lo
urgstim w
stimulate Jand ; hasten local; ac action
tion action where Tthe demand is most
urgent."-
The federal' outlay, to be spread
over 25 years, would go toward
helping needy school districts and
colleges pay, off construction
bonds;.?,' ,.-.( i
Flemming said the pr o gram
-would .-not throw Eisenhower's
narrowly? balanced? 77 billion billion-dollar:
dollar: billion-dollar: budget out of balance be because,
cause, because, lit woiild require no cash
payments: in the new fiscal year
Starting Jilly 'l.
Und,er the program, the govern government:
ment: government: would; put -up a maximum

of 85 million dollars annually lo

pay .principal and interest on

bonds for new elementary and

high school construction. States

would have to match this on a 50
50 basis.

The 'federal funds would apply

toward new construction started
in the next five years. Flemming
said there was a need for 140,500
new classrooms, with construction
running at the rate of 68,000 to

70,000 rooms a year.
Flemming pointed out that pub

lie schools currently were hand'

ling about 2,000,000 students in

excess of normal capacity.

He said Alabama. Nevada. New

Mexico and Rhode Island fell into
the most serious need category

for federal aid but that every

state had school districts unable

to finance new classrooms oa

their own;

Under the program for college

classrooms and housing, the gov government
ernment government would put an annual pay payment
ment payment of 25 million dollars toward

debt retirement assistance 'and in

Subject Of Congressional Inquiry:

1

WASHINGTON' fTJPIVConeres

sional investigators ha ve launched

an inquiry 'to find out u tne gov government
ernment government is heckling the public
with'alot of repetitious questions.

The ;inviestieation. conducted by

the House, Civil -Service Commit

tee, is kilned at the government:!

big -statistics- collecting Business.

The, investigators are trying to
find out how many different agen

cies 'areasking the same peopie
for Identical'or" similar informa
tlOn. M y'
Thejr ;.suspeet there Is conslder conslder-able'
able' conslder-able' duplication-in the gathering
of official" statistics.
Ar an example, one sourse said,
employers' must, report wage sta sta-tisitos
tisitos sta-tisitos to both the Internal Revenue
Servjceiandythe Social Security At
minittraton.', v
The floover Commission has es es-mated
mated es-mated thatmploye Jte
timated that employers would save
22 million-dollars, a year if reports
to on of -these agencies were .eliminated.--
'
.The inqulry is timed 'to coincide
with preparations, for the govern government's
ment's government's biggest statistics collect collecting
ing collecting job of them all the 10-year
population census in I960.
Other congressional news :
Economic:. The Joint Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Economic Committee sum summoned
moned summoned spokesmen for the U. S.
Chamber, of Commerce, the Na

tional Association of Manufactur

ers and the AFL-CIO to hear their
views on the state of the nation's

economic health.

Airport: ; The House Commerce
Committee launched, hearings on

President ; Eisenhower's 400 mil

lion dollar airport aid bill and a

rival 565 million dollar Demoacrat-

ic measure which the Senate ap

proved. -v

Farm: Chairman Allen J. El El-lender
lender El-lender (D-La.) of the Senate Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Committee said President

Eisenhower's new farm program
did not stand "a ghost of a chance"

of winning congressional approv

al. He said tne plan to permit

lower pnpe supports would cut

farmers' prices and income. But
Agriculture Secretary Ezra T. Ben
son' defended the President's pro pro-posaas
posaas pro-posaas a "realistic" move away
from 'unsound" programs.
0 Civil Rights: Arthur" S. Flem Flemming,
ming, Flemming, secretary of health, educa education
tion education and welfare, said he hoped
Congress would turn down sweep sweeping
ing sweeping civil rights proposals and a p.
prove the President's, plan. Sen.
Prescott Bush (R-Conn,), who will
co-sponsor the Eisenhower pro program,
gram, program, said he wished the Chief
Executive had proposed cubs on
racial and religious discrimination
in labor unions. v

addition "guarantee repayment one
billion dollars worth of construc construction
tion construction loans:; t ;
- Both state and private colleges
would-be eligible for this assist assistance
ance assistance but hone would get mors
than five million dollars. The aid
also would be limited to projects
serving "the national interest in
increasing enrollment capacity
and' expanding teaching and re research
search research in the sciences and
engineering." V-
The 'public school pro gram
would cost, the government bout
two- billion' dollars sover 25 years.

compared with,; 500-million dollars
for the college program.-

Flemmmg said : the President's

program stood a 'good chance'

of being approved T)y Congress.

He explained mar it assumes

federal responsibility only f o t

temporary, emergency assistance

to stimulate and hasten local ac

tion where the demand is most

urgent." ,,.

"This M the first time the gov

ernment will be able to meet

school needs." Flemminc said

He added that nip to this time
there has been a lot of "talk but

no action." -r

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LINCOLNESQUE Anybody
looking for an Abraham Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln type is in luck if he Visits
Mentor, Ohio. There he'll find
42-year-old Jack R. Luck,
above. A machine shop fore foreman
man foreman and volunteer fireman.
Luck has a part in a commu community
nity community pageant. He's playing the
role of Lincoln, naturally, ;.

Pi','

,ANt AWAY WE CO!-- (ALMOST) SalinaKKan. auto mechanic Bob Bcggs' ground tests s
J.y-Jiis gyro-cOpter," a homemade affairKas It's. hauled, on a truck. Thtf 30-m.p.h.. wind velocity v
: M sufficient to make the midget 'copter strain against the ropes holding it to the -trailer. Beggs'
'" say,.he11. ,tfit th marhtn thnrauchlv befor tnkin ntt in eo1 PnwM' will h 'ninnl4

' WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
Democratic Leader Lyndon B.
Johnson claimed yesterday con-
Sess has "Saved? 22 billion, dol dol-rs
rs dol-rs over the last six years by
trimming President Eisenhower's
budget requests,

Replying to GOP charges of

loose democratic spending, be
Texas Pemicrat eaid in a Sen Senate
ate Senate speech Congress traditionally
.'has not been spender, it has
been a saver,." i
.'The Republicans controlled Con Congress
gress Congress in the first two Years of the
period cited by Johnson. The
Democrats, had a majority in the
last four : years.. Johnson said
Democratic Congresses had a rec record
ord record of "prudent progressivism"
where spending was concerned.
Johnson's remarks brought
quick retort from GOP Leader
Everett M. Dirksen (111.) Dirksen
said former President Harry S.
Truman left nine billion dollar
deficit as a x "Christmas present"
for-the new Republican adminis administration
tration administration in 1953.
Dirksen said Eisenhower, with
the help of the then Republican
Congress, cut this projected defi deficit
cit deficit by eight billio.. dollars.
- The exchange came as the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce and the
AFL-CIO gave conflicting opinions
about federal spending in testi testi-miny
miny testi-miny before the joint Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Economic Committee.
The chamber cited government
spending as the greatest single
cause of Inflation and urged a cut
in federal outlays. The AFL-CIO
called for heavy federal spending
and said Eisenhower was fighting
inflation with the wrong tools.
Johnson said the Senate would
go over the President's barely
balanced 77-billion dollar budget
carefully and have the adminis administration
tration administration "justify everything in it."
He said a similar approach in
the past six' years "saved,
slashed, cut or reduced ,his (Ei (Eisenhower's)
senhower's) (Eisenhower's) requests by a total of
22 billion dollars."
"Each year,", he said, "con "congressional
gressional "congressional appropriations have
been less than the President
wanted us, asked us, urged Us to
spend."
Johnson said he did not think
either party should be labeled as

being a saver or a spender."

But, he added, "there has been Canal Zone.

much more saving done by Con Congress
gress Congress in appropriations than by
the administration ( in budgets."
Hew Army Office
Issues First Radio
Amateur licenses
1 .'-
The first new amateur radio sta station
tion station license issued by the office of
the. coordinator of radio amateur
activities, J-5, (Communications)
Caribbean Command, has been is issued
sued issued to Everett- R. Kimmel of
Gamboa, user of Canal Zone radio
amateur call KZ5AW. 1
The office of the coordinator,
newly instituted by the communi communications
cations communications division of the Unified
command headquarters at Quarry
Heights a sa public service to Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone amateur radio operators,
issued the first license t Kimmel
because he holds the oldest active
amateur license in the Canal Zone.
Kimmel's original license was
issued, in February, 1947, accord according
ing according to a records search made by
the radio amateur clubs of the
Canal Zone,
Prior to 1947, the issuance of
"ham radio":? operators licenses
was limited to military personnel
of the armed forces stationed here
in the Canal Zone. Kimmel, as
acting secretary of a proposed A A-mateur
mateur A-mateur Radio Association, was
instrumental in bringing about the
present association which -includes
civilian personnel as amateur ra radio
dio radio operators.
The licensespwhich ;will be dis displayed
played displayed by all amateur radio sta stations
tions stations in the Canal Zone, will be is issued
sued issued numerically to the operators
who have actively held licenses the
longest.
Beginning, with license number
1, which was issued to Kimmel,
the next four and their original
dates of activation are Roger W.
Adams, March 1947; Elmer H.
Gardner, March 1947; John F.
Manning, April 1947 and Robert H.
Sfewart, May 1947.
There are presently 151 "ham
radio" operators licensed in the

DEMAND
FOR SALESMEN
ON THE INCREASE!

Day by day the growing population creates
new business and augments business already
established.
In order to help this progress grow and de develop,
velop, develop, more salesmen are. needed. But these
must, be good salesmen.
The good salesman "sees all." He observes
closely what is going on and what is being done
on his zone. He must be aware of everything
directly related to his line of work. He is con constantly
stantly constantly on the look-out" for new buiness es establishments
tablishments establishments and Industries and aware of gen general
eral general changes and developments in alreadv pstah-

Lllshed firms.

The good salesman should not just sell per personality.
sonality. personality. The good salesman sells products, the
good salesman checks into the local advertise advertisements
ments advertisements having to do with his products and its
competitors, in order to offer his clients the
advantages and quality1 of the product he sells.
Good salesmen have it made. But his success
depends on his attitude toward his work! Each
day more salesmen are needed, but they must
start their career with enthusiasm. They must
appreciate the product they sell!
Everywhere in the world hundreds of indivl indivl-dcals
dcals indivl-dcals are being trained in the art of selling!
pie majority of them submit themselves to a
warning period. Thev learn thoroughly to un understand
derstand understand nrodlip.ts. t.ht nnllcw nt tVipIr

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WORLD DAY OF PRAYER The first Friday of the Lenten

10 a.m. service at the Cathedral of St. Luke In Ancon. The pur
bond of prayer, to pray for all the peoples of the world, and to
Shown above, from left, are these women who will participate
representing the Balboa Union Church; Mrs. William Robin

Gamboa Union Church; Mrs. Robert Shimp, of the Fifteenth
Church; Mrs. William Grady, of Fort Kobbe; and Mrs. O. C. D

season will be observed this week as World Day of Prayer at a

pose of the special ooservance is to unite all Christians In a.
make an offering for Christian missions at home and abroad,
in Friday morning's service: Mrs. J. A. Flenniken, narrator,
son, of St. Luke's Cathedral; Mrs. William C. Oarber, of the

Naval District; Mrs. J. c. MCEineny, of the Balboa union
arling, Jr., of the Curundu Protestant Church.

Big Jewel Robbery
Is Investigated
At Luxury Hotel
MIAMI BEACH (UPD-Author-Ities
compiled a partial list to today
day today of an estimated $400,000
worth of gems reported missing
from a $l00-a-dsy. luxury hotel
su'te.
One of the baubles was a marble-sized,
23-carat diamond worth
$190,000. It was in a ring setting.
Others included diamonds and
emeralds studded in rings, neck necklaces
laces necklaces and bracelets.
The victims of the apparent
robbery one of the largest in a
long series of fabulous jewel thefts
from Miami Beach hotels were
wealthy New Yorkers, Mr. and
Mrs. Leon C. Greenebaum and
her sis.er, Mrs. Arthur Cole.
The victims were. questioned
twice by FBI agents yesterday in
eforts to get a more exact de description
scription description of the gems.
There were scores Of police,
plainclothesmen, private detec detectives
tives detectives and FBI agents at work on
the case. At least 20 FBI agents
were working on the case, but the
FBI declined to disclose any de details
tails details of the investigation.

Bal Harbour Police Chef G.W.
Ovjens, in charge of the investiga investigating
ting investigating had a quick "no comment'
for all questions. Officials of the
hotel itself, the Americana, re refused
fused refused to discuss the case.
The feems were taken from the
trip's suite sometime Sunday. The
victims said they d scovered them
missing at 4:30 p.m. as they were
packing to leave. They had been
out of the room since abou: 10:30
a.m.

Airlines Reinstall
Old Type Altimeter
After Fatal (rash

NEW YORK Feb. 11 (UPH A'

merican and Eastern airlines

planned to resume normal turbo

prop airliner, operations today by
resuming use of old-ityle altitude

gauges with the permission of

the Federal Aviation Agency.

The FAA had imposed strict
bad-waeather landing restrictions

on tne two airlines Lockneed E

lectra planes with new altimeters

after the. crash of an American

Airlines Electra in the East Riv

er near Laguardia airport Feb.

3. Ihe tragedy took 35 lives.
The agency said the restrictions
would hi llftpri If th airliilps ro

verted to the use of altimeters

mat were la miliar 10 uieir pilOu!,
and American and F. adorn a.

-greed to do this yestrday. m

aiauauon or me oioer typ inslru
ment was begun immediately.

Thirty-four bodies and 1 mil million
lion million dollars in stocks and bonds
have been recovered in the East

Kiver by salvage crews, but 31
persons still are miss.na. Onlv

eight persons survived the crash.

i Dentists Claim New

Longest Word
In English Tongue

CHICAGO (UP!) Local den dentists
tists dentists scoffed yesterday at "anti "anti-disjestablishmentarianism,"
disjestablishmentarianism," "anti-disjestablishmentarianism," Alle Allegedly
gedly Allegedly the longest word in the
English dictionary, and came up
win a jawbreaker of their own:
"Psychos:ethokyrtographman o o-mbfer.'
mbfer.' o-mbfer.' Dr. Harry C. Peake of Park Park-hill,
hill, Park-hill, Ontario, told the dentists of
thfc psychostethokyrtographm a n n-ometer
ometer n-ometer an instrument to meas measure
ure measure changes in respiration which
ixur in a patient as he reacts
to sound.

Magazine-Publisher

fries! Sentenced

8y Warsaw Court
W ARSAW (UPI) Roman Ca Ca-tholic
tholic Ca-tholic priest and publisher Mar Marian
ian Marian Pirozynski was sent to prison
for two years Monday on charges
of bribery and corruplion Of of-i-cials,
publish'ng without consor consor-ship
ship consor-ship permission and foreign ex exchange
change exchange offenses,
Ten othr defendants, printing
house managers and employes,
received prison1 sentences or
fines; three were found innocent,
and one ease was droppd.
"I am guilty," the ascetic ascetic-looking
looking ascetic-looking priest said in his closing
defense statement. Then he asked
to bear the punishment for all
his co-defendants.
The court insisted that political
factors were not Involved In the
trial, even though some of Father
Pirozynski's publications did con contain
tain contain "anti-state texts."
The priest was sentenced to two
years imprisonment for allegedly
bribing officials to print his mag magazine,
azine, magazine, Homo Dei, without permis-

Public Hearing
Planned To Air
Pentagon Policy

WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (UPD-

Rep. Melvin Price (D-Ill.) today

tentatively scheduled a public air airing
ing airing March 4 of charges that Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon policies have put America
benind Russia in nuclear plane
development.
Price, chairman of the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Atomic Research Sub Subcommittee,
committee, Subcommittee, said he would call De Deputy
puty Deputy De ense Secretary Donald A.
Queries, whoe sharp remarks last
week brought the decision to have
public 'hearings.
Hearings on such touchy milita

ry, issues usually are held behind
ci5sed doors.' But Price and other

Democrats took offense at Quar

les' remarks sbout their charges
of a delay in the nuclear plane

Pogram.
Quarles described as "intemper "intemperate,"
ate," "intemperate," "a great injustice" and "hit "hitting
ting "hitting below the belt" a Democratic
sta.ement charging that the ad administration's
ministration's administration's $150-m'illion-do!lar -year
nuclear aircraft program
was a waste of the taxpayers'
money.
Price said In an interview he al also
so also disagreed fundamentally with
Quarles on whai the effect would
be if, as exipec'.ed, Russia flies a
nuclear plane this year. The Unit United
ed United States .now has no hope of get getting
ting getting an atomic aircraft aloft be before
fore before 1962.
The congressman said he be believed
lieved believed the effect of the possible
Saviet "first" might be almost as
great as that o: the Sputniks. He
would be '"closer to the people,"
"under manned control," and of
"vlrually unlimited range."

slon of the. censorship o'fce or

the Ministry of Culture.

A two .f month sentence to be

served concurrently 'was imposed
for publishing without consorship

approval. A third sentence of six

months, also to be served 1 con

currently, was for obtaining news newsprint
print newsprint illegally and breaking for

eign exchange regulations by sell

ing subscriptions to- Homo Dei-

abraad.
Another 94 days will be added
to Father Prlozvnski's term if lie

is unable to pay a fine of $190.

House Group Okays
Special Tax Break
For Old-Age Savers
WASHINGTON (UPI) Ths
House Ways and Meahs Commit Committee
tee Committee brushed aside Treasury objec objections
tions objections yesterday and votad oover oover-whelmingly
whelmingly oover-whelmingly to grant a special tax
break to self-employed persons
try ng to save for their old age.
The bill would allow such per persons
sons persons to defer until age 70 taxes
on as much as 10 per cent of theif
Income, provided it was placed in
a special retirement fund. Persons
past so would get an even bigger
freak.
Treasury officials objected th
measure would upset President
Eisenhower's precariously bal balanced
anced balanced budget by trimming 363
mill on dollars a year from anti anticipated
cipated anticipated revenues.
Some lawmakers also protested
the measure was discriminstory.
They argued It would not provide
any tax relief for employes whose
bosses do not provide them with
pensions. However, lawmakers
acreed the skids were creased

for House passage, probably next

week.

Elizabeth Attends
Ballet Starring
Margot Fonteyn

LONDON. Feb. 11 (UPI)-Uaueen

Elizabeth took a party of cgm,
including her slscer Princess H ar area
ea area ret. to see Uilma ballerina

Dame Margot Fonteyn dance last
nieht at Covent Garden In .the ti

tle role of Frederick Aston't nw

ballet "Ondine."

Thp Unval narfv went informal

ly and sat in the front row of he
grand tier. Immediately behind
them sat Roberto Arias, the for
mer Panamanian Ambassador in
London and husband of Msruot
Fonteyn. He was with David Ni Ni-ven
ven Ni-ven and his wife and Greek ship shipowner
owner shipowner John Carraa.

During one of the intervals the
Queen received Margot In one of
the ante-rooms together with her

partner Michael Saomes ana cno
reographer Henry Ashton.

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Mrt. Aleman d TApia, Pn Pn-ama's
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Pollora at Amador Offiora'
Optn Mesa on Friday night.

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TAMBORITO
Mn. Milton L. Ogdtn and Cel.
John D. Coney, dance the
tamborito at Carnavalito at
Fort Amador Offloer' Open
Mete on Friday night.
( Army Photo).

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Panama

Seeks

First

Venezuela-Puerto Rico
To Battle In Nightcap

CARACAS, Feb. 11 (UPI) Panama seeks her
first victory in the 11th Caribbean Baseball Series
today when she plays Cuba in the first game at 5:30
p.m. at Caracas' University Stadium.

Puerto Rico and Venezuela, vic victors
tors victors last night, will meet in the
nightcap.
Panama will send, righthander
Bud Black, against Cuba's Cami Cami-lo
lo Cami-lo Pascual as each team tries to
get out of the cellar.
In yesterday's first game, Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico, trailing 1-0 in the bottom
of the ninth, scored two runs in
that inning to defeat Cuba 2-1.
In the second contest Venezuela
edged Panama 3-2 in 13 innings.
Panama scored twice in the ninth
to tie up the game and send the
contest into extra innings.
Ruben Gomes, who went the dis distance
tance distance for Puerto Rico, was the
winning hurler while Oriando Pe Pe-fia,
fia, Pe-fia, who also went the route, suf suffered
fered suffered the defeat.
Pefla had allowed two hits up
to the ninth and needed one out to
insure a 1-0 win.
Th finnans had scored their
only run in the fifth on a single by
Dick Brown and a double by Jim
Raxes. I
Pefta retired the first two bat
ters in the ninth before Pedro Alo
mar singled and scored on a two
bagger by Jackie Brandt.
' Pacific Little Leagua
Teams
Lincoln Life
Gibraltar Life
Elks 1414
Seymour Agency
Spur Cola
Pnl'l
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Elks 15 PoMet 4
The Police went down to its ninth
successive loss at the hands of the
Elks, 15-4.
In the third inning, the Elks
lodgement sent fourteen men to t
plate, and eleven of these got sale
blows, to score ten big runs. They
again erupted in the fifth inning
when they sent eight batters and
n fnnr hits fnr three tallies.
Leo Austin of-the Elks fattened
his batting average by getting four
for four, two -or which were dou dou-Hiot
Hiot dou-Hiot stn Brown and Lew Fontaine,
and Bridwell of the Elks had three
The victim of this barrage of
hits and runs was Evans who wentj
the whole distance on the mounu
for the Police. Billy tgou ioea me
mound for the Elks and he held
the Coppers fn check except in the
third when the Police tallied three
times.
Folic
Lessiak, If
Doherty, 3b
Darden, 3b
Evans, p
Micek, 2b
Bundy, lb
Catron, lb
McGrath, cf
Burda, c
Brennan, ss
Askew, ss
Wright, rf
Ab
3
3
1
3
2
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2
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1
2
Elks 1414
1
2
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'Brown, ss
-JflujiMqel, 3b
Adams, If
Bridwell, c
Fontaine, cf
4 23
2 1
1 1
2 3
1 3
402
Egolf, p
Savmour 0 Gibraltar Lift 1
in one of the best and fastest
eames played this season the Gi
hraltar Life team scored a one
to nothing victory over the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Agency. The game was play,
ri in fiftv minutes, with Boboy
Farrel pitching for Seymour and
Dickie Ebdon on the hill for the
Gibraltar Life.
The victory was very sweet to
the Gibraltars because it put thera
into a tie for first place with the
Lincoln Lifers. With each
havine one more game to
team
go io
finish the first halt, it is quite pu:-
sible that the season may end Willi
both teams tied. If that happens, j
he two teams will meet in the
a one game sudden-death playolfi
In the second inning, Joe Hunt
opened with a booming douoie,
down the left field tour line. Two
more hits produced the only runi
of the bail game. It was a tough
game for Farrel to lose, because
he held the Gibraltars in check,
striking out eight would be hitters
For the Gibraltar Lifers Joe
Hunt was the leading batsman
with three for three, followed close
ly by Rightfielder Harned with two
safeties.
Dick Ebdon. scattered four bin
gles and was in trouble In the
TODAY
CAP IT OHO
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THE LONG HAUL
- with -Victor
Mature
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SCREAMING MIMI
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Anita, Eckberg
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Orlando Cepeda and Vic Power
received intentional passes and
Bob Lennon singled home Brandt

with the winning marker to leave
the Cubans on the field.
In the afterpiece Babe Birrer
limited Panama to seven hits
while his mates pounded out 13 off
starter Dick Luebke and reliever
Stan Arthur who was charged with
the loss. Arthur took over in the
eighth after Luebke had been lift lifted
ed lifted for a pinchhitter with Panama
trailing 2-0.
Arthur permitted three consec consecutive
utive consecutive singles in the 13th with one
out which gave Venezuela the win.
Venezuela pushed across single
runs in the third and sixth inning
and Panama- got its first tally in
the ninth with two outs on a dou double
ble double bv Elias Osorio and a single
by Carlos Heron. The second Pan Panama
ama Panama run came home on an error
by
cia
thirdbaseman Camaleon oar-
Elias, with four-for-five, was the
leading hitter of the game.
A crowd of 35,000 persons wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the doubleheader.
third when second basemen Kean.
eally opened with a double, but
died on the basepath.
Stymour
Keneally, 2b
3
2
3
3
3
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0
0
Rogers, cf
Black, ss
Canavaggio,
Spencer, 3b
Robinson, t
Stabler, lb.
Farrell, p
3 01
0 1
rf
0 0
0 1
3 ,00
0 0
Zambito, If
2
3
2
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f
0 2
0 0
300
Gibraltar
Harned, rf
Ebdon, p
Thompson,
lb
Hermany, cf
Hunt, ss
Rathgaber, 2b
Lawyer, 3b
McGraw, t
Halliday, c
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3
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2
J
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Farm Division
i Seymour
Kiwis
Mutual Omaha 43
Gibraltar 3 4
Cyrnos t 1 5
Police Jrs. 1 6
Seymour 9 Polic Jurv'ors S
The strong and mighty Seymoiir
kept their winning string intact
by scoring a 9 to 5 win over .the
last place Police Juniors., Young
"Dick" Brogie held the Juniors to
four hits, and his opposing mounds
man, Wall was combed for 15 bin bin-gles,
gles, bin-gles, with Seymour's backstop
Yuzna getting three safe blows.
Seymour Juniors
Brogie, p
1 1
1 2
423
Moses, 2b
Yuzna, c
Wallce, 3b
Gallardo, If
Whitney, ss
Anguizola, lb
N. Ostenso, rf
R. Osteno, cf
Rogers rf
Police Juniors
G. Folger, lb
Daubin, ss
Chesson, c
Wall, p
Koslowski, rf
Herrington, 3b
W. Folger, cf
Dempsey, If
Chase, 2b
Mixek, rf
McGorodry, If
Toland, cf
2 2
' Curundu Little League
Stand ng
Puerto Rican Lions
N.F.F.E.
Balboa Lions Club
i Club 20
V.F.W.
Last week's action at the Curun-
du Little League balbark proved
to be the most thrilling so far.
Balboa Lions Club extended their
winning streak to four straight
while N.F.F.E. has tied Puerto
Rican Lions for first place
Tuesday's Results
Club 20 S Puerto Rican Lions 4
The first place Puerto Rican's
went deeper into a serious slump
when they lost their second
straight game last week, this lime
to Club 20. Although they oiilhit
their opponents, the Lions njade
costly errors and failed to get hits
when most needed.
Club 20 wasted lilMe time as they
scored a run in the ftrst inning

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"THE GREAT DAT
Virginia Mayo

Littler Wins First
Major Tournament
Since Early 1957

'PHOENIX. Aril. f UPI) .Gene
Littler, labeled only five yean ago
as the probable successor to. Ben
Hogan's golf crown, but a flop as
a winner for the last two years, is
back on his (tick.
The blond San Diego links star
annexed the Phoenix Open cham championship
pionship championship Sunday for his first ma
jor tournament victory since early
1957.
His pitting game is back on the
beam and a slight change in his
swing has given the three-time
winner of the tournament of cham champions
pions champions the confidence he needs to
be' a big winner again.
"I
went back to the putter I
used four years ago," said Gene
after he had stood off the closing
rush of Art Wall to win by a sin single
gle single stroke. "And I putt like a
demon all week."
Gene had a closing round of 71
to go with early performances of
67-63-67 for a 268 total 12 strokes
under par for the distance on the
Arizona Country Club course. The
win was worth $2,400.
There was a three-way tie back
of the leaders at 275 for third
place between John McMullin, A A-lameda,
lameda, A-lameda, Calif., Marty Furgol, Le Le-mond,
mond, Le-mond, 111., and Jimmy Clark, Hunt Huntington
ington Huntington Beach, Calif., each collect collecting
ing collecting $1,133.34.
Harness Racing Sets
Attendance, Bellini
Records For 1958
NEW YORK (UPI) Harness
racing enjoyed a year of great
progress in 1958 with record to totals
tals totals reached in wagering, attend attendance,
ance, attendance, purse distribution and reve revenue
nue revenue to the state. Commissioner
George P. Monaghan said Mon Monday
day Monday in his annual report zo the
state secretary of state.
The commissioner said two bas
ic factors contributed to the
growth of the sport:
1. Strict enforcement of rules
and regulations.
2. The program of capital con construction.
struction. construction. During 1958 attendance reached
an all-time high of 7,050,022 while
betting- totals reached $465,384, $465,384,-651
651 $465,384,-651 A total of $12,313,450.90 was
distributed in purs5) and the
state of New York received 36,-
829,304.50.
Counties and cities in which
tmcks are located profited to the
extent of $2,352,413.54.
Attendance climbed 15 per cent
over the 1957 total of 6,137,990;
betting was up 20.02 per cent
ver the $387,757,390 of 1957;
purse distribution climbed"20 per
cent from $10,268,442.20 and the
state'i share was 12.40 per cent
higher than the $32,767,271.49 col collected
lected collected in 1957 and funds raised by
local communities was up 19.39
per cent from 1957's $1,970,352.07.
There were eight pari-mutuel
meetings held .during the year.
They staged 654 programs from
Apri.-1 through Nov. 29. Not one
day was lost due to inclement
weather or any other reason.
when John Marcum walked and
then scored on an error by the
center fielder. Another error in
the third and a base hit by Glenn
Price -resulted in two more runs
for Club 20. The only honest runs
came in the fourth on hits by Bob
Hall, Don Tuckr, and Tom Park Parker.
er. Parker. Ace pitcher Jim Hearne was a a-ble
ble a-ble to keep, the Puerto Rican's at
bay most of the game as he struck
out 12 and walked one. ln the

out vt ana waixea one. nn inei,. s. ti. i
third, however, it looked like theyj'e t of a first place tit inthe
h.j L,i .. .. iii. PAF on Saturday at Jarmah

had found Hearne s secret as they
tagged him for three runs on hits
by Rupert Turner, Mike Vecchoine
and Duke Wilson. Hearne then re retired
tired retired the side in order in the
fourth and, fifth innings, but (he
bottom almoBt fell out in the sixth.
His by Vecchonie and Wilson and
an error made the score 5-4 and
nobody out. Hearne then calmiy
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Stan

$1:3,000 Gbbttii

By STAN MOCKLIR
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 11 (UPI)STan
Musial, it appeared today, will
be rationed like wair-scarce gaso
line when the St. Louis Carinals
make their bid for a 1959 Nation
al League pennant.
The 38-year-old veteran s y a t
signed his second straight $100,-0O0-a-year
contract yesterday amid
the customary flurry erf grinding
cameras, popping flash bulbs and
predictions for the coming sea season.
son. season. Stan, who bee am the eighth
major leaguer to reafch the co coveted
veted coveted plateau of 3,000 base hits
last year, looked fit and ready
for the coming campaign.
But general manager Big De-
vine revealed that n ana neia
boss Solly Hemus had agreed J to
handle Musial like the precious
diamond commodity he is, rather
than play him into exhaustion.
"We are in thorough agree agreement
ment agreement on the necessity of rest fof
Stan," Devine said, "and also on
the importance of timing the
brea theirs we give him."
Stan nodded agreement of the
prospective program and added
the opinion that stationing him
in the outfield would enable him
to do a better job at the plate.
"I know how to relax in the out
field." he said, "and it will b a
lot easier for me than playing
first base.
Concerning his hitting, owner
August A. Busch, Jr. was wildly
optimistic "Like to see him hit
.400 this year," he said.
Stan, with his customary con
servatism, replied by staying
he hoped to hit "well over .300."
On other subjealt Mustal,
who broke In with the Cards as
a $4,200-a-year performer, ex expressed
pressed expressed himself easily and well.
Did he think any particular
player has a chance to reach the
3,000-hit career total?
"Richie Ashburn," he said with
out hesitation.
Did he think he has a shot at
an eighth batting criwn

Albrook Flyers Trounce
Amador Troopers 14l3

After toppling the Clayton Cava-
r. : I j .1 L.iu. TrnAfiA,, oil
r ieiu, me aihiuui nwiret v
before a 12-hit attack, including
three home runs, to the Albrook
Flyers yesterday CSunday) 14-1.
Saturdav.' the Troopers pushed
across iiine of their 12 runs
first four lnnmgs as they 'putiea
Mip at'rinp on the heavy i hitting
Cavaliers for the second; tiin-J Wsj
year. Thy opened scoring mr .tne,
first inning when TlOger Fraijsen
led off with a walk: He. thn cm
home on a Cavaher trior. .' 'Or
After tallying once; mprevinisthe
second, things broke wide5 ope W.
th third fnnitte aii five ranseame:
home otf ttireeic?e8ycilks;;
and backrtoftaCksBinRvfi'r
Williams and ;Vic fipiiimar a
and .another error scored, ahother:
martvin the fourth, Thcy':gOt mfen
across the plate once more -in 'the
seventh and twice in the. fighth
for a total of 12 on only seven hits
and three errors.
The Cavaliers scored single' runs
in the first, third, fourth and sixth
innings. In the- first. Sandy ; San San-ford
ford San-ford led off with a walk and scot
ed on a single to right. -In ithe.
third, Sariford led off again and
wa hit hv a nitch. After a fields
erls choice, Bunkv Steppe, 'one, of;
tne league s oest niuers, inptea w
left center but was out at home
trying to make it anxjnside the
nayk home run, The Cavaliers
then had runs in the fourth and
sixth on five hits and five errors. ;
At Fort Kobbe on Saturday, the
Regulars held on to their first
Mace lead by' edging the Albrook
f Flyers 4-3. They opened scoring .to
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"Yea.'andl inkAsiAil
lie Mays, Bob Skinnerandi Hank
Aaron will' be the metvtoeat."
wnat caa fna miRjcJ -it would
take? c v: -VrA.vcft
VAboutf.S40..m WM::t&
records, ."Mtvt"j64uftri'..
standanjs.;; :vm
r'at i ,m' close toxe,f -I'll .work
on,lt' he;gnteC. v ist'
He is ;onIy-afaiE twoibasehits a-
way ifrottii Honw';Wkg?i:f eijrd
ior oouoies, a mare i;ne pignt
mov up'lta' tii .iirsijniion(h so
of; the Siastfni)!, t- i ai.' :"
"His big goal?,. .' ;; i.h
'Td likev to',- wind up 'f my e e-reer'with
reer'with e-reer'with -akdid. has-hitif.ftahUai'
ny i National -Leagujt -hittelr.r.Vh
Wagner, hdimnf: -WtKijfeiikii.
lso. bad 8.430 Mts.MaaiiiliiiMds.
,05,it0i4et:;new standajdet'i;-
i ingure i- ;.flV tw:gooa
yersleft fcnd I-think k
good chanipf to do "Jf'i
Looking at bi bVonzedv itand.
tonfideiitj yofut have to agree.-':
The New Yerk", vYankesi
meanwhile, continued their drive
to line up all t beHerymen
fore theyrn out fw- the
opening workout Hxt week; iThltt
ha.- t6fp.$i9kwfiftnt-:
Johnny. Kucks -tto vv0iekt Maa
Kucks, who' wkittp-Cwtar'.,-
mediocre 8-9 record, 'last se'an,
wajs believed, to hav-Tece-ivedV ''a
slighed pay ;cirt while iMa'asjwhe
had a Mmwtoi : 114 ;rorkKWp.
Kansas City and ,:3ie Yankees,
reroortedly drew asliirtit raise,
utner comra signings py
clubs:" ;- H
nett asox-i-uatcneiri f eie utuey
and outfielder -jwarty Keough, 5
Brave s T -bAtfieldeirsi Ate Span Span-eler.'and
eler.'and Span-eler.'and Ed Haas, infietder ,Kr-
ry HaQhebrinkvahd pitcher Don
prates -IwieineTS Kenny Bajft
Unv Dick Schofield,
BripW O--'i
and
Hatry
Bright.. uJ..,:'; -i...
Athlelks-rFtcers Jack ifrbajn
ana incK lomaneK.-? : v
the first -as Pai'Scbuhi was, sale
on an error, Viiwent Medina
men nit by a pjtch and. mil Dud
vyeks, t- danieWirjs( Mttati; fM
men on Dase-,trtnri"tilrirl
j- u, a vju.i ia c r jbilevwi in
wmjr Athj-idd eri:r;;
off wtkriJ )auhmMmm.
ershad, thelp IhreKrun itieht
Bits rld three 'tfrafr 'fh&JUkn-
its had ifour' CTrtstn,hty iiVe'
bits.nd'lwb- errors:-A:;:.' v'S 't'
Amaddr. the V-TnoBeiraffeltfM'
the Flyers, 14-l.?Th 4?lyisr fedred
lf runs in; the first tinniiigs
all but wrap ', lfo-iftmfa
4ttAmadr.l;
: 1 nere iwere jour, hom,-vTuris ;'t w
nMvhr Bob Castleman. The Flyer,
juonv janiB aiiriai-ii.T., in rttin
Km. In the secprid by. Rortr. nm-,
merman with tfo .on.r-fo,tfie' fifth
by Joe .Patrie With ohennd. in
the seventh bv John Tavtntr .wirh
one.on. It was the flneet iilplaVflf1
www put on Bv any -team i. wis

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rne. wwi scoring contest i .gthre, by
the Flyefs, ifa ; the;othefc ifitodt
stVernWcojjei
hoard in th fhiVfl h,,;Trinrt-

year as &lrlvmkVM&icii V " 111 '"mli -their- p-V--..-l!aTi
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'A1I 'lolf :'xoure 'Wiethe' Isth-'

mu ares aettiar ntore rta' in the
last .week than thas -bee seen in
a longUme,. mad it 'is all for one
reason. jeven"oni trrine la- set
k: j; I. ,.,1.. .v"
utiwji iDa go, fame in- iimpr-j
iofi ine yM Merxurio Amateur
Gol Ckamnonship,' i i
T?Xftevo&MSi' Golf
ChajnpiposWpf wm find the. finest
ftfldin ananv. a, season- AH the
Wg names witt j.be playing,. the
tR2eya, Mitten, Beall, the Des-
Londes's, LomWoia:.. Smith. Jan
kua Jacks:-Sla eel. Creishton. and
many others incluqipe last years
defending champion. Bill -LeBrun.
.tourney i uua. year .aa last
y'eafjr iiga.Jbe 52 'hofei med medal
al medal fplayJon the majors courses
on the .Isthmtnr. At the end; of 36
hols. thi field.. will; be: re'duced to
we mir uu: gontr ; VThese men
ma fi devlled ijnto! flights ac
Wjttgi score,
Wet1 low l ;ih the; 1st flight', the
unta;complet .'flights b a v e
been-'frtMed. ; ;
' hm im of the toiirney
reo.iv W complete list of en
trjeil 'bi:idiyid :into two
wupfr, -the Wm handicans. and
ttte high handicaps. TJe low han handicaps
dicaps handicaps cwiJt; JUy t 'jlMnam and
the high' irandUcapsiiriQ play at
Fort JJJavM: pa,, the 'second, day,
.Te.Wjpsrffl,'Ja. the
at Pam and lowihahdicaps atl
Fort'Davii. !"' &'.l : 1
TneSEridiy; morning -and eve-
niiff papers wiU carry' the start start-lngtan0i;
lngtan0i; start-lngtan0i; and; ramea:1orTlsiyeM
i jwiq courses. .
Puti-elitries wfO iaecmu
at botit courses, en S ia t nru
niMlSiiyiiAi res-
ent themselves at the tee ,m lat
er inan? r,m .m. ;td be assured
of'a- starangtrtime: ;'' i'
' Merclffio'ssweleeii of Panama
nave donated one of the most
beautiful-grotrps of pri2es to be
given away in :a ; go -tournament
e vj? held on' the Isthmns of Pa Pa-namae
namae Pa-namae lhere wUP be- tWo prizes
in,- eac-jij o the", flights: plus : the
tournament medalist prize, and
even mis, is not saJL ; after- the fi fi-naMay
naMay fi-naMay of. ply. its Brazos Brooks
avjfreer buffet; will5 be' held; for H
Ejayezi -ana ;tBe? families.
'Get your entry blank pnmni
ed -by 'Tif;$iifi,:.ia yoii
,cim share : inA thisr'fine '.f.Iiimrna-
t im$ golt ;club call the
mnagerHand he wftl Gladly Jill
out h .'entry, iHiwnt'
time. ,!'..
Once again. Mtraritlee.s'a PGA
card and all you need then are
golf clubr aniooijl caddy.
UPI Basketball
NEW- VbftK H Wlfflie rifted
Priws Wternajlioiial ma jr college
basketball .raltags5: (tost pl
botes; and w.on-lost record
through, f ebAJfc; parentheses)?
,-. .Item, r- ?....( c. ;rwm
LKehtucky f (to'tfrf-Di, .318
I N. Carolina ft).. (14-1);; 298
iJ-ltansas'Stat; (7) (17-1- 273
e.jCjjie'iurati (1) (16-2) 23
': N. Carolina St. Cl-i) 190
. Auburn (16-0) 179
7. Michigan State -IMX. V108
I. -: Bradley' (17-2) 89
9. St. Louis 14-2) i- SS
M.,West Vlrgihia&(lf-3) 49
II. -Marauette: 39: 12. Califor-.
Mat l7rvlir. Utaht lfl: 14;fTexaS(
iChrMi.n 18;,; "15, ; Mississippi
Stated IB4' (tie),' Wentphts State,
Hndianh and ; Tnpe$se rtStatsj. '3
each; 19. i tie), ( Notre JOame,: m.
Bona venture;, se.auie ana uKiano-
ma City. 2. eachi 23. St.- John's
(n.y. i., . ,,.':,
y
; AtBURAla. CUPI)-Auburn's
football telm, i' unbeaten in : 2
straight samesireoorts for spring
..a :
training today. Only; six regulars
from last season's team have .been
lost to graduation an Coach salph
pniig fioraan preqicis anomex. oan
.ner;w.forhiersi; ;'it
LUAjlSPORt: PaltPI)" PaltPI)"-Braniih
Braniih PaltPI)"-Braniih Rickey. Sr.-, chairman of
thj board of doctors of the, Pitta Pitta-bureb
bureb Pitta-bureb Pirates wUl be honored at
a- dinner highlighting the Eastern
Regional Conference of Little
league baseball in Newy York Feb.
W.iHe: will receive ; an honorary
lif. ine.mbei'ship 'i to 4 the ;, Little
Ugue.'a,toardvof ..-djretitor
irfORA, Sweden': (l)pI)U ;The
BelTeville McFarlahds, Canada s
representatives in the forthcoming
worloY.e, hockey '.champtonships
at: JPrague, .whipped team of
Swedish-alstfjirs,, 1M, -Sunday,-
hitjlh- the ;game 'Ipo'only two' .;
rors. The Troopers, had eight hits
'butive'errmf?.-:;;:
the.AUanticside Sunday aft aft-ernon,v
ernon,v aft-ernon,v the Kobbe Regulars- won
again, tWi time against the. Faf Faf-cons,'
cons,' Faf-cons,' lVj The RetMlar1 are now
buHlng'away front the real of the
field .despite many (rlose decisions
In, th pap( fewrwieeks! r. ;
ITODAT ENCANTQ 35 701
i Marie 'Wi(3.wr,-.m ..
I. "ISLAND WOMEN'f
4';.f)Mili f fat.
t tifah'-kriM IK''.'
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V Edjtori CONRAOO 8ARCEANT

team's j''"
Marlboro r.. ....'.,'
Seymour Agency
VI
SI
41
39,
Agewood
Carta Vveia
37
.- Leading Averages iBaicer 197,
Pepe Uaraian 193, Lane 192. Col
bert. 192.-. A -
Head Pin i Tournament at the
Diablo Service Center valentine
Day, Feb.. 14.
" Marlbore 3 Ago wood 1
The pack of five v Marlboros
kept Up their steady "output t
strjkes and spares, and rolling at
championship, clip", and maintain
ed their 10 point lead over the
runner-ups of the circuit.
Their victims rolled' a com commendable
mendable commendable game in the lid lifter.
but the Marlboros had the extra
punch to overtake the Agewood
Bourbons by 19. pins. The Marlbo
ros slipped in the second game,
and the Agewood took advantage
of ..this lapse to win by 38. The
Bourbons went into the nightcap
with?a reserve of 29 fficks but
with "Mac Lane,; hitting : m the
Marlboros overcame -the 29 defi
cit and took three ;pointa.i4. u
xane was tne omy one to go
ver 600 in this match.' Agewood
managed to -stay oat of toe eel
lar, .since Carta; Vieja also
lost
threevmarkers. -!'
" Carta Viea 1
v Seymour Agency 3
In a -Jow scoring opener, the
last place Carta Vieja took the
point by 17 pins. The1 Seymour
Agency came back very strong,
and trounced the Rummies by 97.
In the finale Carta Vieja jn the
eany stages went strong!, and had
21 marks in V the fourth frame,
however unimpresed the Sey Seymours
mours Seymours kept pace and were r only'
three marks downMn this frame.
However the Carta Vieja team
cooled off, and the Seymours con
tinued to pour it on and won go gome
me gome away by 37.
! Bob; Toland's 244 in this climax
was -a?, determining factor, Toland
added to this 244, 19 and ; 210
game to come out wnn 653,; tne
besij jor tne league this week,;
Carta Vieja
Vescio
185
192
206
167
146
181
202
184
185
144
201
150
19IV
213
167
567
534
Dube
Burgoon
Rudy
Melanson
Totals
581
565
457
886 896' 922 2704
Seymour
168 202
199 210
156 179
151 194
195 178
Soyster
Toland
Sot o
Karry
Kunkel
Totals
184 184-244
244 184-244 181
169
18
554
653
516
514
554
869 963.959 279
Marlboro
Lane
192
175
191.
187
201
185
150
157
216
181
248
176
169
167
208
625
paipian A A-Schmidt
Schmidt A-Schmidt 501
517
Colbert
Damian J.
. Totals
570
590
946 889 968 2803
Agawood
Glecichman
Boyer,
Albritlon
Fistonich
Baker A
Totals'
199
172
172
208
176
196
165
200
189
187
172
176
170
173
190
567
513
542
570
553
927 937 881 274
Tournament Tid Bits: Tasco bat
,teries of the Cosmopolitan League
is entering a strong team in an
effort to land the scratch cham
pionship..
The Tasco Team wit go dh the
boards with a team average
934 and. will have in its lineup
(he .only two bowjers who ". ever
rolled perfect 30 games on the
Isthmus of Panama, Bud Balcer
and Peoe Damian. At the ores-
ent.tirne Bud has a 198 average
ana repe, j?5. v
The. third big bowler will be
EartI Best one of .the all time
stars ki local., bowling circles.
Best's average is 189. Fireballer
Dick Soyster will be. the fourth
luminary, of this all-star aggrega
tion. i
Dick will catch the fancy of
the crowd with one of the fastest
balls thrown on local lanes. When
Soy ster throws that sixteen pound
nau the pins fly and pin-boys
must 4 on euard and ever alert
to avoid, gettr'og slacked by the
' Completing the roster, is Ed
towande, who now has a 169- av average
erage average in comparison to Soyste'r's
183, ".Ed at times flashes cham championship
pionship championship form, and has a good
working baU. If he is 'on" he ia
capable of matching' the other
four mark for mark. ; t
jpor sneer scratch bowling, this
team 'will attract the attention of
the spectators but whether they
can win the big money, which is
in tne handicap division, is anoth another
er another story. ,;
If this team rolls its : average
plus a handicap of about 44 pins,
it would bet them around ; 2934,
which would be 18 pins better
than the winning total of the Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery team which took the 1958
championship. However, the big
"in- is u tney can. consistently

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Last year a
was divided -by the handican
bowlers, wlfh r ttnn 7
going, io v the
... 1 ... an
uayton team: i
Tournament manager Bud RaU J!
cer announced that hi
partner will be Earl Best.. ?!
PACIFiC WOMEN'S "LIAGUI
Teams'
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Beauties .
50
30
Gutter Gals
Broadsides,
Roses ;
Martians s -Luck
Dreamers
45Va
34H
40
40
38 ,' 41 -J
V, 3743 5
v33r,'
One Eye Opefk ;
a!l -V.
It. is f-all OVp .. lnM,,4:. ,tJ"

shouting, m the Coffee and Donut
League at Clayton Lanes; By ;
frouncing the last plac4eam, Al Al-ley
ley Al-ley Cats, the Beauties sewed up
the championship, ana enjoy i
five and half point Jead and with
VW Points td o they could
drop all four, the final morning
matches nA .. .tni JL-

iChampionsh-iporonat, Tbef- win-
muik icaiii iiirea un
Jeaa i Sayior,; Jean SuUiviih,KOaph.
v -wmi, ncijna. r usseu-i and

The runersun:' Giitt.-

avrvi-cx nil in i MarviBAi v i

sewed up second place spot be because
cause because they too havcf five, and half

yvuiia advantage over the" third
place Broadsides; The v 5 6 n t e r
Gali included ;Kay CMbot; Marge
Wilburn. Nell e Walt: -Ra n.i.

lard and Leone Stechlerx
The third nfapo UnuiiiUk. j...

ing the course of ht e season r
flashed good, form and with a .
few breaks could have been,;, up ?
there in the distribution of the
!pt- The five ladies bearing; the '"

x j -faowaes w-werej-j Betty -.
McCIOUd. Domthv ninrlriin M.h.l

Leshe Margotv Arthur aadShirley'
Van Osdel.

Although the' Rohm. "-

ling and still have a chance for

uura place, thev have -1 t a.

pnd lowest ranking; .handicap
the champs, Beauties, have a bet
team average ihan; the. Roses.
In Wallr Morgan and. Anita Pas- .-Jons,
Jons, .-Jons, the. Roses have -two of the -pest
'women .bowlers;. b, the 4 -leagui.
' Helping thesei. two, were -Dolores;
Castro; -I Fran Haoltslan-7,
der. The gals out of outer apace
named Martians, were out of first
place by eleven and- half nnint.

They finished in third place as i --
far averages were i concerned. jJ
At times the Marti an MaMon. ..

made it rough on all; tearfts; with .-.;
their -lineup studded witfc'prbmis- r
ing keglerettes, Beverly Jackson, ;;!
Billie Davis, Erna Foster, Thel- ;
ma Guibert and Charlotte Dod-
son. r -
The Lucky Dreamers andKOne
Eye Open teams tied' yU "' M"
games won, but the'Lucky Dream-1,0
ers own a better team average, il I
Both teama displayed, j tophotch "-'
form at times, but then, would
ull Into bad habits. Captain Eva ; : .!
Le of the Lucky Dreamers had
for assistance, Anne' Hill, Joan
Prusinowski, Jean French and
Lois Wells. Mlarcella Plucker T
was the skipper of the One Eye
Open quintet, and her crew 'con-: 3
sjsted of Louise Broadhurst; Nan- '"
cy. Mokray Priscilla

1V1 Wolitarsky. ,;Ai;
r ftll.".! A lt j-a t .: -' -

.me Auey -cats just could not
scratch enough points to. avoid '- t
being delegated to the cellar. The 1
Cats were never an easy mark
for any team, for example this '",
they lost one game by 26 and an an-other
other an-other by 3 sticks; In fact their to-'
tal, of 2486. was he third best of
the morning1 and yet they, lost
all four points. This same story "'
repeated itself many times fdur- Z
ing the season. The happv last" "'
placers, Alley Cats were Dolorea -Taylor,
Bert W ade, Mary Lund, '"
Connie Re.chart and Margaret -- i
Hicksl

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TH1 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NXWSPAPEB
PAOi HIM
loS Against Johnny Busso
Pacific Softball League
Champ Choice

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 195

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TOP PAIR- What used to be strictly for Europeans has been
taken over by Carol Heiss of Ozone Park, N. Y., and Colorado
Springs' David Jenkins, who won their third straight na national
tional national senior figure skating championships. A very neat pair.

might as m ;i,V t : r "' 1
ausso a shoi! .v . . .

Dwn in Houston. ,-v "- j t o t , i
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be regarded as some1 1-,,, vlt. s jejaJL4-ibS aaiiAf 'Lm i sJ

ATLANTIC LITTUS LIAOUK

(Standtngt Ftb. 4)

Teams.

Mutual of Omaha
Elks
Legion
Folice Pals
Pirates
Coca Cola '

W L 61

1

1 1-2
2 1-2 4Mi

The Elk threw a monkey
wench into Mutual of Omaha's
plans for' clinching the first half,
when they;.defeated the up to now
unbeatable Mutual club, 2 to 1
in a brilliant game played on
Thursday afternoon. John Sanders
bested Lnther Quinn in as fine
a game as one could tee in any
league,
Mutual -went out In front in
the second inning on Dougie Bil Bil-lison's
lison's Bil-lison's fourth" home run of the
yeirThts proved to be their on only
ly only score and fora while, it look looked
ed looked 15 It jnightandiup.
floweveHn the fifth inniitg;
Pancho Motta singled to right
fld and vent- to second on a
wild pitch Pabon then -singled to
center fie'd and Motta scored
when the throw home was over
the head of catcher Evans. Pa Pa-ton
ton Pa-ton moved to third on the bad
throw and jeered on a passed
ball. Quina than proceeded to
strike out the next six men to
lace him, hut the damage had
been done.
Mutual hit the ball hard in the
fifth and sixth innings, but great
fielding plays by Bob WiU and
B'll Hopkins prevented them
from getting a rally started. Pan Pan-cho
cho Pan-cho Motta was the only man to
have: two hits and his teammate
John Sanders collected his fourth
win to lead the league's pitchers.

Shirk who gave way to Jack
Blair in the fourth. With one
man out and two on the bases,
Tom Coffin was called in to put
down the Police rally. He struck
out one man to make two out,
but then served up a nice fat one
to Woodie Smith who knocked it
Out of the park to end the ball
game.
The Legion scored all their
runs in a six run third inning
when McNamee walked seven
men and allowed Leg'on two of
their three hits. After his one
bad inning, Mac palmed down
and sailed on to the win without
much trouble.' Doubles were hit

by John Hotsko, Louis Autin and

Tom Coffin.,
The box score:
Legion Ab R H I
Clement, ss 10 10

Borsellino, If, ..11
Blair, lb, p 3 1

Shirk, p
Austin, 3b, lb, 2b
Redman, cf, 3b

Brians, c

The box score:
Elks
VWJ, rf
Erooks.'N., si
Sanders, Jo., p
DeBoyrie.tcf
Motta, e
Pabon, 3b :
SandersJa., 2b
Acheson, lb j.
Hopkins, If t
Totals

Ab KHE
3 0 0 0

21 2 I 1

Mutual ef Omaha
Quinn, La., 2b
Evant.t
Quinn Lu. pi ,s
Billison, 3b
Kighley'Ti''
Seejey, cf
McBride, ss
Kredelk, If .-v
Riefkohl, If
Bialkowskilb Vs j
Total .I""-

24 14 1

' Score by innings
011.4 v non fati.

MuUl of Omaha

000 020-2
010 000-1

Friday afternoon 'another thrill thriller
er thriller took pl3.ee a the suprisina Po Police
lice Police Pals .turned back a strong
Legion club 7 to 6, and did it
by coming from behind with a
lastUnning, two out, three run
home run by Woodie Smith, ?
Vrnon McNammee went the
distance tor the Police to pick
up ba first win of the year. He
was opposed ,( by starter Henry

Coff n, 2b p
Dugan, rf
Hblcomb, rf
Wood, cf
Totals
Polie Pals

Crump, ss
Hakanson, R.,
McNamee, p
Karpinski, c

Owen, 3b
Hotsko, cf

Carden, If

Hakanson, L.,

Favorite, n

Smith, lb

Totals

To Keep. Title.

NEW YORK ;UPI) Thirty once
was conildered an impossible light

weight age, a a division where

speed and. .stamina .are at a pre
miumv tmrJoe 01d Bones) Bruwa
goes out again tonight -.to make a

sucker out of the averages rt

Old '"Rocking "Chair," as Brown
also is known, is the lightweight
Archie Moore. The champion is S3
eo.ne on 35 and yet has madte

tiVe title defenses in a little over

two years.

He'll be a solid favorite on yoori

television screen t
gives young Johnny

at the crown a

. Busse

Busso may

what ot a ureat, nowever.. In an
ovet eight bout tnree months ago

he decisioned "Old Bones" on

what Brown described as "one of
my lazy hie-. j." Brown uoesnt

have many, for tnat loss interrupt interrupted
ed interrupted a string ot 0 straigm vicwnea.:
'This time I'll make it official,"'
says Busso, who walks with t

Hockey Graziano swtgger, in tus

strictly East Side patois.
Brown, the one-time carpenter

from Baton Rouge,, la., merely
raises his eyebrows at the cocki

ness of his 24-year-oid rival. .Alter
all. this didn't, reauire a personal.

answer such as the. Lme Kenny

lane called nun an old atifi. i
"Why for he bad-mouth me?''
Joe asked wonderingly before go going
ing going out to give Lane a boxing les lesson.
son. lesson. ,v
A Boxing Marval

Another time, when there was a

debate as to how many times
Ralph Dupas, an added -'im,
had been counted out, Brown set settled
tled settled it with authority when he
analyzed:
"That don't cut no squash. I
could have knocked him out five
times if I'd had to."
Brown is a late-arriving boxing
marvel to go along with the stor storied
ied storied likes of Moore and. Jersey Joe
Walcott. He- bad been fighting 10
years with little or no recognition
when he finally got into the ring
wuh lightweight champion Wallace
(Bud) Smith. When it was over.
Smith was the ex-champion and
the old man from nowhere sud suddenly
denly suddenly found himself on top of the
heap.
CHS Track Team

To Open Season

Friday Afternoon

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form is flawless at the hdghVof the ? backswing. The ball is1 at shoulder level and Isn't

wjfiu wiuuft iiu Dcfc nau amiyera int tu properly irom close to the left ankle and
' With .flnger lift and, oU xatfiejf than a lugb-apeetf heave. He's called a piciur bowler.

W L Pet.
8 0 1.000
6 3 .667
4 3 .571
3 7 .300
0 8 .000

vs Jant-

19 8 3 3

2b

20 7 5 0

Score by innings

Legion 000 000 6 "3- 3

Police Pals 101 230-7 5 01

Playground Sports

Panama's Women's
Golf Association
The first match of the PWGA

Inter-Club Matches' sponsored by
Mercurio S.A., will.be played at
Fort Amador Golf Club on Satur

day. Feb. 14.

Four teams will be vying for the
silver cup which is a roving tro trophy.
phy. trophy. Teams from the following
clubs are participating; Panama,

Brazos Brok, summit, and Fort
Amador.
Play will be the three point Nas

sau sys'em. Teams consist Of the
four low handicpipers with two
alternates from each club. 1 and

3. 2 and 4, ae partners.

For the first ma'ch on Saturday
Fort Amador clavs Panama' Bra-

zo Brook plays Summit. The sec

ond match will he played at Pa

nam a Golf Club on Feb. 28; and
'lie third and final match will be
n'ayed at Brazo Brook, March 21.

May the best club win!

Whatever
Wawmiwi to". .
v ASSAULT
. Assault, winner of the 1946 Ken

tucky Derby, went on to win the
triple crpwn and piled up a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous record as a stakes run run-ace
ace run-ace in h's later years. The
King Ranch star continued until
1950,. through his seven year old

season. All tokJ, Assault started

u times in ms.six years of cam
paignins. won 18 times, was sen

ond six timet and. finished third

seven times. He won $275,420. I
Whatever happened to Assault?
Now 15, he's a "nensioner" on the
King Ranch in Texas.' He proved
sterile when tried as a stallion,

This- Friday c Cristobal' Hftfh
School will 'open their 1959 Track
and Field Season when they tra travel
vel travel to Balboa, for the: first; of
three interscholastic 1 Triangular
Xr&ck Meets
With the 'loMf of .two outstand outstanding
ing outstanding trackmen', 5BiL Gibson "and
Charles Detore, thru graduation,
the Blue and Gold team will, be
depending on underclassmen" to
carry the point load for C.H.S.
Walter Woodruff, a sophomore,
running the Low and High Hur Hurdles,
dles, Hurdles, has been improving each
week along with Danny Smith
and "Babe" Marquard.
Last Saturday morning at Mt.
Hope Stadium, the third Official
time trials were run, in prepara preparation
tion preparation for Friday's meet, and the
times were Very slow due to a
very strong wind. The", only twi twiners
ners twiners enjoying this day were the
Hurdlers who had 'this mild hur hurricane
ricane hurricane at theft backs.
Keith Kulig and Donald Humph Humphrey,
rey, Humphrey, both experienced- Trackmen,
w'll be setting their goals for one
of three interscholastic individual
championships when they t s k e
the Track this Season. Kulig,
will be a entry in the Discus,
Broad Jump, and Shot Put;
Humphrey, in the High and Low
Hurdles and Broad Jump.
March 11, a Wednesday night,
will be the 3rd Annual Cristobal
Track and Field' Night,,, starring
at 7:00 p.m. CristoBaL HJgh
School, will host the Atlantic E E-lementaty
lementaty E-lementaty Schools, C.H.S. Junior
High School, Athletic Club ' and
members of the Armed Fftrces.
Any servicemen stationed off the
Atlantic Side and A.C. Trackmen
can enter this meet by calling. 3 3-1815,
1815, 3-1815, Cristobal, Gym.
Results from Saturday's
Tim Trials
70 Yd. High Hurdles ast,
Humphrey, 2nd, Woodruff Time
9.3
too yd. Dash 1st, Valdes
Time 11.1
, One Mile Run 1st, Lorenzo,
2nd. Sterling Time 5:13.9
440 yd. Dash 1st, Tompkins,
2nd, Newhard, 3rd, Whittaker
Time 60.8
180 yd. Low Hurdles 1st,
Humphrey, 2nd, Woodruff, 3d,
Marquard Time 22.3
880 Yd. Run 1st, Irving, 2nd,
Smith and Sanders Time 2:14
Shot Put 1st, B'llison. 2nd.
Kulig, 3rd, Ender, Distance
33'3"
Broad Jump 1st, Humphrey,

2nd. Kulig. 3rd, Valdez Dis Distance
tance Distance 20'
High Jump 1st, Swalm,. Ht.
t'10" .
Discus 1st, Kulig, 2nd, En Ender,
der, Ender, 3rd. Irving..- Distance 118'
10"

A double by Douglas Pnester
drove in the winning run in the
game that the Macaws took from
the' Conelos yesterday with a

store of 4 to 3. This victory put

Robert Smith's boys at the head
of the Fastlich League, after
having tied with the Ocelots, with
whom they meet on Thursday

afternoon in a game that will de decide
cide decide the winner in the first half

of the Fastlich Teenage League

The Macaws scored two runs

:n the first innings on singles

by John Fihlason, Bobby Smith

and Fnester and bod fortune
and an error, but the Conejos

came back with three runs on

the last half of the same inning
After two outs, Fortune gave a

wav five consecutive bases on

ball and Priester made one er
ror.

"The Macaws scored the tying
and winning run in the sixth

frame. There were two outs when
Frank1 Reichart came through

with a homeren over th ecen ecen-terfield
terfield ecen-terfield fence. Then Finlanson
got on base on an error made by
Jimmy Dykes at shortstop went

to second on a single by Bob
Smith and crossed the "plate
when Priester connected a hot

liner eood for two bases. Finlan

son scored the deciding run from

second.

Fortune gained his seventh vic victory
tory victory after overcoming a bad
start. The League's strikeout

king clatm4d"U victims' yester

riiv and ran ma total for the' sea

'son to 99. But he showed wlid wlid-ness
ness wlid-ness in 'the first and third In Innings.
nings. Innings. He walked 5 in the opening

frame and 5 in the third, but tne
Conejos cpuld only fake advant advantage
age advantage of it in the first when they
scored all their runs. Two mag-'

hificent throws by catcher Smith

retired two runners and Dykes
struck out to eliminate the pos pos-rbility
rbility pos-rbility of a bis inning for the Co

nejos In the third. Fortune, who
regained control in the last three

frames, allowed only two hits in
the encounter. The first was t
hard double by his worthy rival

Bobby Brandon, who pitcnea
good game. The other was a sin single
gle single by George Hovan. J

. juiwuy juyuei, tiiuu uascmaii
for the Conejos, was the best
player afield: He was invincible
at the hot corner.
- Standings' of 'Teams
Teams W L Pet
Macaws 7 2 .778
Ocelets 6 2 .750
Pericos '4 3 .571
Pumas 3 5 .375
Conejos 2 5 .286
Palomas 2 7 .222

Bells Bomb Powells 12-7
In Atlantic Twilight Loop

Standings
Taasm
Abernathy Unisport
Pan Liquido
Jantzen
Ambassadors
Glub's Mariners
Next Games
Feb. 9 Ambassadors

zen.
Feb. 10 Abernathy vs Mariners.
Feb. 11 Pan Liquido vs. am am-bassafors.
bassafors. am-bassafors. Feb. 12 Jantzen vs Mariners.
Feb. 13 Pan Liquido vs. Aber Abernathy.
nathy. Abernathy. Mariners Victim
Of Eighth Straight Defeat
Lou Glud's Mariners were a a-gain
gain a-gain the victims of another one one-run
run one-run difference ss Albrook's Am Ambassadors
bassadors Ambassadors edged the Navymen 9 9-8.
8. 9-8. 'Tex' Atkins fm the goodwill goodwill-ers
ers goodwill-ers and Hobbie for Glub's Mari Mariners
ners Mariners pitched the game. Both
teams combined a total of 19
hits.

The Mariners scored four runs
in the first and single runs from
the th'rd to sixth frames on sev seven
en seven hits while the Ambassadors
two runs in the seventh and four
in the game's first quarter gave
the advantage.

J. Harding hit three-in-four fo

the Ambassadors and Gagne an.

MiDevers carried th Naw'c hi

ting banner with two hits in fou
trips each.
The linescore:
Glud's M. 401 111 08. 9
Ambassadors 230 .00 29 10
Unisport and Janlsen in the gim ),
Abernathy Unisport c u r r e n t
league leaders and Jantzen, thir '
place holders proved solid con
tenders for th c first half titl
with the league's first tied game

rmai score was

Another exhibition of power hit
ting for the fans saw Unispor'
and Jantzen slap across 17 safe
ties including bernathy's pitch
er, Lou Hilzinger's homer to lef

Hilzinger and Carratini wen
the route with both pitching el
fectively.
The same's break for Jantzei

mis lor seven uig runs gave as
6 lead. Unable to play steady u
the sixth Un" sport took advanta
ol Jantzen's flaws scoring tw
runs without a bingle. Flunn's tri
pie and Hooper double tie hti

uau-ga inc.

Standings
(Second Half)
Atlantic Twilight Baseball

Teams
Bells

Cristobal High
CHS-Alumni

Powells

W L
1 0
0 0
0 0
0 1

Pet

1.000

.000
.000
.000

Sunday's Result

Bells 12 Powells 7
Thursday's Game
CHS vs Bells
By TRIVOR SIMONS
The Powells dynasty in the A

tlantic Twilight League appears
to be at an end. Bells trailing 5 to
1 going into the 3rd inn ng, staged
a brilliant uphill battle and un

leashed an 11-hlt barrage against

a pair of fowelU pitchers tor a
12-7 win in the opening game of
the second half.
It was Powells' second defeat
in a row and the second time that
their leaky defense has played
as big a role as did the hitting
power of the opposition. The de defending
fending defending champs committed six er errors
rors errors and two of them came at r
crucial moment in the sixth frame
when Bells staged a five-run up uprising.
rising. uprising. Either of the two errors
would have been double-plays and

would have taken Powells out of

the inning.
Jim' Mann went the route for

the winners and survived an 11-hit
attack by Powells iii what was the

third successive slugfest at Mount
Hope Stadium. It was Mann's third
win of the season, making him the

winningest pitcher in the league.
Chris Haas started far Powells,
but was lifted in the sixth after
giving up 9 hits and 11 runs. High High-ley
ley High-ley finished up the sixth frame
and was charged with 2 hits and
1 run.

Laurel Highley and George Dow

ning, both from Powells, each had

three hits to pace the losing at

tack. Highley's 3 far 4 sent his

batting average soaring over the

.500 mark to place him in the lead

with a .533 average. Only Jtoze

meski and Hensley failed to hit

safely for Bells with Nolan, Mann,

Gooding and Hayden pacing the

hit parade with two each.

Yesterday's Results
(4 innings)
Macaws 4, Cenees 2
Week's Game
Tuesday 10 Pericos vs Palo Palomas.
mas. Palomas. Wednesday 1 Conejos vs Pu Pumas.
mas. Pumas. Thursday 12 Ocelots vs Ma Macaws.
caws. Macaws.

Friday 13 Pumas vs Pericos

Macaws

Reichart E., ss
Finlason J cf
Smith R., c
Priester Doug, lb
Fortune R., p
Beck G., If
Wilson James, 3b
Smith K., 3b
Chase F., 2b
Mounts W., rf
Totals
Conejos
Abernathy c, rf
Monrbwe, rf
Linfors E 2b
Brandon R., p
Joyner J., cf
Hearn R., cf
Hoban G., If
Bowman R., fb
Seam J., c
ykes J., ss
Totals

Ab R H PO A

2 1 1 0 3

1 0
2 10
2 5

1
0

0

0

0

0

17 4 8 18 7
Ab R H PO A

19 3 2 18 6

Score by Innings
Conejos 300 0003 2 3
Macaws 200 0024 8 1
Summary
, Earned Runs: M 2; C 2; Er Er-ros:
ros: Er-ros: Priester, Brandon, Hare,

Dykes. RBI: Reichart, Priester,
Fortune, G. Hovan, Bowman,
Home Run: Reichart. Double:
priester, Brandon. Left on Bas Bases:
es: Bases: M 9, C 9. Stolen bases: Rei Reichart,
chart, Reichart, Priester, Hare. Strike-outs:
Brandon 8, Fortune 11, Bases on
balls: Brandon 4, Fortune 1. Hit
by pitch: Brandon 1 (Fortune)
Wild pitch: Fortune 1. W. For Fortune.
tune. Fortune. Loser: Brandon, Upirer:
A. Alonso, Frank Stewart, Time
of game: 1:51 h. Scorer: C. A.
Palomo.

The box score:

Powells

Ab R H Po AE
Manning, cf, 2b 2 0 0 0 0 0
Hall, lb 3 0 0 8 1 1
Dedeaux, ss 4 12 111
Highley, 2b, p 1 1 3 0 3 0
Hooper, If 2 110 0 0
Fortner, 2 1 0 0 0 1
Sapp, rf 2 1 0 0 0 0
Downing, 3b 4 13 12 2
Angermuller.c 3 117 3 0
Haas, p, cf 3 0 1 1 ,1 1
Totals 29 7 11 II 11
Bells
St. Cyr, 2b 3 2 1 2 3 0
Nolan, c 4 4 2 3 0 0
Bell, cf 4 2 1 3 0 1
Boyd, 3b 2 2 10 2 0
Mann, J, p .3 2 2 1 3 0
Godding, ss 4 0 2 1 0 0
Hensley, If 4 0 0 1.02
Hayden, lb 4 0 2 8 1 1
Rozmeski, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Score by Innings
Powells 0320200-7 11 6
Bells 1 0 2 0 4 5 x-12 11 4

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PHILLIPS Oceenslo Cottages
Santa Cbra It do P. Ptien Pa Pa-ama
ama Pa-ama I-1 177 Cristobal 3-1673.
aMwIn'i furnished apartments
at Santa llara teach. Talaphona
Smith, Gomboa 302
rattar cottages, between Santa
Clara ana" Rio Hate. New low
ratal. Phono lalboa 1866.
Houses
FOR HINT: FURNISHID
RESIDENCE, thraa bedrooms, two
bathrooms, fc watar, garage,
with refrigerator, atava and wash washing
ing washing machine. Next ta "El Can Can-grejo".
grejo". Can-grejo". For information phono
3-6070.
FOR RENT: Furniihad houia.
two bedrooms, taraga. for two
montht. at Sa franeisee. Call
3-5631.
WANTED
WANTED 3 bedroom unfurnish unfurnish-ad
ad unfurnish-ad hauaa by North American
j El Panama room 207.
executive Contact Serrano.
WANTED TO RENT: Residence
3, or 4 bedroom, with garden.
Raiidential aona. Phone 3-68S4
9 te 12 and 2 ta 6 p.m.
Refrigeration Job
At Corozal Hospital
Goes To Aire Frio
A low bid of $24,975 was offer offered
ed offered by Aire Frio, S.A. of Panama
for the construction of a new walk walk-in
in walk-in kitchen refrigerator and cool
room at Corozal Hospital. Bid3
were opened Monday at the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building at Balboa
' Height!.
1 "" Bids on the project also wer
entered by Isthmian Constructors,
' Inc., and the) firm of Diaz and
Guardia. .
; Tha project wffl eeasist ta Hie

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Central Avt. 1 2.1 1 6 Colon
WE INFORM
Our tardy customers that we will wait until 28th
of this month for thai to visit our offices and make
their payment, on merchandise and rent, or otherwise
make satisfactory arrangements for them. This in includes
cludes includes the Canal Zone Employes. After this date we
will have to take matters through legal channels.
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FOR SALE
FRIGETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
$270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
BLAST AT RELIGION
VIENNA (UPI) The Hungar Hungarian
ian Hungarian Communisty Party review.
'iar lalm; Szemle, in its latest
issue called for a considerable in increase
crease increase of atheistic propaganda to
counter the "still strong influence
of religion on the minds of our
people."
"The total of somt 50 books and
150 articles that have been pub published
lished published so far against religion is
far from being sufficient,' the re review
view review said. "Not a single atheistic
work baa been published since the
1956 counter revolution." The
miffazin said this was responsi
ble for "the scandalous fact that
even outstanding scientists .
can be seen regularly to attend
church services.'
It your professional er amateur
tratwmlaaor needs repairing, talk
with Mr. Rafael Diaz, our
TR0PELC0, S. A.
Hrrvtr Dept. Manafer Tel. No
I-T4S.
4Sth St. A Via Banana.

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Apartments
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment in Bella Vista. $80.00
with utilities, Ave. Mexico 69,
Phone 3-0553.
On 48 street Bella Vista modern
two bedroom apartment. On 46
street, Riviera Apts., another two
bedroom Apt., dining, living
porch, balconies, two bathrooms,
maid's room and garage. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-4696 from 8 to 12 noon.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3, 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
Rainbow City Group
To Present Program
In Honor Of Lincoln
The Rainbow City Civic Council
i ..onnoH fnr tnmnrrnw a
IldS HU6 ;
special radio program in honor
of Abraham Lincoln, 16th presi president
dent president of the United States. This
program will be Droaacasi uvei a
Colon network beginning at 4:15
p.m.
nPimlial item of a oatriotic
character pertaining to the life ot
the Great tmancipaiur
prepared for the occasion by out outstanding
standing outstanding and promising local ar
tists.
A miftstionnaire on Lincoln will
be given during the broadcast,
and tnose answer Vu
...:n v ;,,, tiptpu tn attend the
Will ur 6'" ,.
Sunday evening matinee at camp
Bierd theater aviaaaj.
removal of all existing kitchen re
frigerator equipmeai snu in installation
stallation installation of a complete, new walk-
in refrigerator, me w ub .!
lu V... .miinnerl With
ana- ireeze win .rr P.
new kisultaion, ceilings rnd floors
and a new cooling system.
. a AF
Full day excursion
SAN BLAS
Su" February 15
COPA twin engine
DC-3 Transport,
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. 2-1661
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIOCE
General Agent
Gibraltar Lin 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
Super chargers
for your
Volkswagen and Ghia
MGA, Dauphine
50
more power
Cia. Istmena de
Auto Servicio, S.A.
Frangipani St
Tel. 2-1870

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac
hardtop coupe $2600. Off. 82 82-3117.
3117. 82-3117. Res. 84-5216.,
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.
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,
turone, radio, WS Wall tires,
excellent condition.
1957 Chevrolet, hardtop, turone,
radio, WS Wall tires.
1956 Buick hardtop, tutonc,
airconditioned. WSW tires.
1955 Ford Country sedan, 4
door, tutonc, new WS Wall
tires.
1955 Plymouth Station Wagon,
4Door, tutone, radio, New white
tires.
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 & 2 2-4966.
4966. 2-4966. FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
eight, four door with power glide
and radio, top condition. Phona
4461.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford station
wagon, two parcelain refrigerator,
recently converted. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3252 for appointment to
sea.
FOR SALE: -Chevrolet Vi ton
1950 pickup. Very good condi condition,
tion, condition, radio, other accessories.
12 to 3 p.m. Thursday, Friday.
0765-B, Williamson Place, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Special
hard top convertible, fully equip equipped,
ped, equipped, $1150.00. 6-451.
FOR SALE: m- '956 Chevrolet
station wagon and 1 948 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet pick-up truck. Inquire Balboa
YMCA.
A SHORT CEREMONY
napt.FS Ttalv fUPD Mario
Rnlanplln 28. and Lina Traverse
27, were married here yesterday.
This would not De unusual, except
that the bride and groom are both
three feet tall and the wedding
ceremony took place in the middle
of a circus ring. The newlyweds
are the popular midgets in the
Orfei Circus.
r e HAH tMAMU
h.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES CP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Pbone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
The New
IP
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vtewfinder System
OUTBOARD MOTOR
REPAIRS
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4616
Authorized service for
Johnson, Evlnrude, Mercury,
West Bend.

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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. Phona 6-444,
Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Modern furniture,
lamps and beautiful rugs. Deluxa
model mangle ironar. All in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, phona 3-6775.
FOR SALE: Electric 1MB type typewriter
writer typewriter 100.00, 3 wooden kitchen
chairs 3.00, mahogany dining dining-room
room dining-room table 6 chairs 100.00,
single bed springs on legs 10.00,
quartermaster bed complete
15.00, maple platform rocker
35.00, square end table; 11.00,
6x8, 9x12 green rugs with black
stripes 30.00, all items in good
condition. Call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: General Electric
automatic washer, excellent con condition
dition condition $150.00 An-Fm radio and
record player console $35.00.
Qtrs 246, Albrook, phone 86 86-5215.
5215. 86-5215. FOR SALE: Luggage. 1 match matched
ed matched set, ladies wardrobe and largo
puliman case. 1 large pullman
case. Telephone Balboa 1291,
after 6 p.m.
Thomas' Seven-Foot
Jump May Not Be
Recognized by AAU
BOSTON, Feb. ll-(UPI)-Stolid
John Thomas, the skyrocketing
Boston University freshman, buc
kled down to training with an add
ed incentive today after being in
formed his history-making seven
foot indoor high jump might not
be recognized.
The 17-year-old Thomas master
ed the seven-foot barrier 10 days
ago in the Millrose Games at New
York. However, the National AAU
said yesterday that the mark
might not be accepted because of
a technicality.
A.A.U. officials failed to re
measure the bar after Thomas'
awe-inspiring jump. Thomai was
mobbed by photographers, offi officials
cials officials and teammates, and lit the
confusion Olympic thin pion
Charlie Dumas knocked the bar
down in an unsuccessful attempt at
the height.
"If the A.A.U. records commit committee
tee committee decides to be technical, there
is a very good chance it will not
accept Thomas' record when it
meets in Miami in December,"
said secretary emeritus Dan Fer Fer-riss
riss Fer-riss of the A.A.U. in New York.
"The rules eall for the bar to be
re-measured and it wasn't."
MECHANIZE FARM METHODS
TAIPEI. Formosa (UPI)-Agri-
culture officials have launched a
long-range program to mechanize
1,000-year-old farming methods on
this island stronghold of the Chi
nese Nationalists.
BIRD DOG There must be a
little bird dog in Squire, a fox
terrier who's right at home in a
tree In New York'a Central
,Park. Squire went out on a
'limb chasing a squirrel.
Have you fot a High Fidelity aet,
Radio or TV set In need of repair?
No matter what kind It U, rail our
Tel. No. 3-748S, and we will (ladlyi
repair It.
TR0PELC0, S. A.
45th St. Via Efcpafta.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE? Baby Grand plana,
in perfect condition $390.00.
DeSoto car 1952 $200.00. Call
31 No. 4.41.
FOR SALE: TV 24" Capahart.
table model, located in the Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu Community Build Building.
ing. Building. Check with A. Piria at Com Community
munity Community Building er with Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du Clubhouse manager.
TO THE HOLDERS Of BONDS
OF THE INTERNAL DEBT. As
the redemption of bonds 4161,
5070, 5474,5060. 5575 is
about te take place, we wish te
announce that we have lucrative
occupation for their return at a
14 fixed annual profit. Ap Appointments
pointments Appointments for details may be ar arranged,
ranged, arranged, by ringing phone 2-1434.
FINANCIAMIENTO PARA SER SER-VIDORES
VIDORES SER-VIDORES DEL ESTADO (Pan (Panamanian
amanian (Panamanian Government Employes
Finance Service).
FOR SALE: Piane $50. Phone
5-557 Gatun 223-B.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire 7.4 ft.
Fraeser across top $100.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4449, 2250, Carr Street,
Balboa.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel and
German Shepherd puppies. No. 39
Mariano Arosemena Street, Apte.
(Continued from Page I)
struck out tiie next two and got
the third on a ground ball.
Scores by Innings
Puerto Rican Lions 0 0 3 0 0 14
Club 20 1 0 2 2 0 x 5
The box score:
Puerto Rican Liens
4
AbRH
Turner, lb
4 11
Velez. 3b
Baggott, R., ss
Camp, cf
Vechionne, p
Wilson, c
McFadden, If
Leidig, rf
Wright, rf
2
Totals
Marcum, 2b
16 4 6
Club 20
1
Taylor, ss
0
3 10
S ft 1
Russell, lb
Price, c
Hearne, p
3 0 0
Hall, If
Tucker, cf
2 11
2 1 1
2 0 1
lift
Parker, 3b
Cobb, rf
Totals
21 S 4
Thursday Results
Puerto Rican Lions V.F.W. 7
"Never say die" was the motto
for the Puerto Rican Lions last
Thursday as they made a sensa sensational
tional sensational comeback aided by a very
costly error, xne win ended a los
ing streak and enable them to re-
mam in first place.
The Puerto Rican's did every
thing they could do give the game
away as tney made seven errors
accounting for all seven runs for
V.F.W.
The score was 7-3 when the
Lions came to bat in the sixth,
and when the dust had settled
everyone had forgotten about the
errors that were made that dav.
uukc wnson started the rally
with a lead off double. A walk and
two ouis followed leavini most of
the spectators thinking it was all
over, ineir thinkme was aom
ChantMi when Ruoert Turner. Ed
die McFadden, and Robert Baggot
tagged pitcher Billy Reichart for
tnree straight hits to tie the cmrt-
Thines went from bad ti fatal fnr
V.f..W. when an error an Franfr
lamp's ground ball allowed Bag-
Hntl 1-
evil, iu acuie me winning run,
Scores by Innings
v.r.w. 3 0 1 1 6 2-7
Puerto Rican Lions
P.K. Lions 0 0 1 0 58
the box score:
V.F.W.
Taul, lb
Creque 3b
Reichart, p
Smail, c
Brown, 2b
Hicks, ss
Feherenback, cf
LeBlanc, If
Shirey, rf
Scaroni, rf
Totals

AbRH
3 1 1
4 ft 0
3 11
3 2 0
4 2 0
2 11
2 0 0
0 0 0
2 0 0
2 0 0
15 7 J
I
2 2 1
4 2 2
4 11
3 ft 0
3 0 1
S 11
0 0 0
0 2 0
10 0
2 0 1
10 0
2 0 0
2! I 7

Puerto Rican Liens

Turner, lb
McFadden, E., 3b
Boggott, R., ss
Camp, rf
Vechionne, cf
Wilson, c
Klaman, M., If
Klaman, B., If
Hughes, L., 2b
Boggott, A., 2b
McFadden, J., p
Velez, p
Total

Real Estate

FOR SALE Lett 500 mi 1.000
meters, in the Nueve Hipedrome
Urbanization, serosa the Remea
Racetrack. All lets with at re at
fronts, sewage, water main anal
electricity. Call W. McBamett.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE: Lot 1.066 aquaro
meters in the best location of
La Cresta, situated between "V"
Street and aew street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from B a.m. te 12 neon and from
, 2 p.m. te 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: In El Valla. Large
four-bedroom concrete house
193 square meters. Completely
furnished. All modern conven conveniences
iences conveniences including hot water. Sep Separate
arate Separate concrete servants' quartan
with bath. Private crystal clear
spring watar supply. 31 ,342
square meters of land could be
subdivided into building lot. Ap Approximately
proximately Approximately 100 hearing fruit
trees. Beautiful location. Bargain
at $17,500, Balboa 2-3060.
RfPLACI JEPNIY
MANILA (UPI) The "jeep "jeep-ney,"
ney," "jeep-ney," a public conveyance of
World War II vintage incorporat
ing features of the U.S. Army
jeep and the jitney, finally is on
the way out,
The Public Service Commission
announced that the vehicles Will
be banned and replaced by mod modern
ern modern buses in Manila and its sub suburbs
urbs suburbs by the end of the year.
Monday's Results
N.F.F.E. 7 Puerto Rican Lions i
The firs game of this week's ac
tion saw N.F.F.E. come from be
hind to win a "must" game from
the Puerto Rican Lions and moved
into a tie for first place. A win
for the Puerto Rican's would have
clinched the championship of tha
first half, which ends this week.
Star Ditehep- for N.F.F.E,- R
bin Lane, 'couldn't find his control
as he walked eight batters in tne
first three innings. Timely hits byi
Rupert Turner, Frank Camp, and
Arthur Baggott, added to the walks
resulted in five runs for the lions.
Puerto Rican pitcher, Mike Vec
chione, had little trouble in the
first four innings as he gave up
only two runs. He was enjoying
a comfortable 6-2 lead going into
the firth when N.F.F.E. proved
they had not given up just because
most of the spectators had.
A double by Robin Lane and two
walks made the score 6-3 with two
outs. A base hit by Bill Hunter
then closed the gap to 6-5. But this
was not the end as Norman rus
sell got a hit Just inside the first
base line going all the way to third
and scoring on a wild pitch to
give in.f.f.e. a 7-6 lead.
Brilliant relief titchinc by Mike
Moras stonned the Puerto Rican's
just short of a run in the both the
fifth and sixth innings to prevent
a counter rally.
leeres by Innings
N.F.F.5. ft 2 ft S 9-7
Puerto Rican Lions
P.R. Lions 2 11110-6
The box score:
N.F.P.I.

AbRH
0 0 0
3 0 1
4 0 0
4 11
2 1 1
12 0
3 10
3 12
2 12
2 ft 0
24 7 7

Worsham, R., V
rrice, if
Lane, T., 3b, p
Lane, R., p, 3b, sc
Lastinger,' c
Moras, ss, p
Worsham, J., ef
Hunter, rf
Fussell, lb
Hayes, 2b
Totals
Puerto Rican Liens
Lynch, 2b

110
00
411
3 ft 0
4 2 2
3 0 0
2 11
0 0 0
0 10
3 0 1
10 0
10 0
22 4 S

Klamn, 2b
Turner, lb
Baggott, R., ss
Camp, cf
Vecchione, p
McFadden, E., 3b
Klaman, 3b
Wilson, c
Baggott, A., rf
Leidig, If
McFadden, Jr., K
Totals
4-
ANNOUNCI SINKING
TOKYO (UPI)-Communlst Chi
na said yesterday its forces sank
a Chinese Nationalist gunboat
caught trying to kidnap fishermen
off the coast of Fuken province.
a naaio reiping broadcast moni monitored
tored monitored in Tokvo said 11 National
ists aboard the boat were killed
and 12 others were captured.
MNAIUVIRS KILL 1ft
STUTTGART, Germany (UPI) (UPI)-Six
Six (UPI)-Six American soldiers and four
German civilians were killed in
7th Army maneuvers that ended,
last week, the U.S. Army said
yesterday. Three of the Ameri Americans
cans Americans and the four civilians died

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from 9:00 a.m. te 10:00 a.m.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Faster, more economical. TV, Ra Radios,
dios, Radios, HI-FI Transistors specialist.
We service all makes and models.
We don't pretend to guarantee
. our work, v'
We guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tlvoli
Ave. 11-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Prefect your home and proper property
ty property against Insect (damage.
Prompt scientific treatment en
emergency er monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 1-7977 er Colon 1777.
Lessons
Piano Lesson $1.00. Beginners
Group (6) American. Legion up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. Monday, Wednesday, Fri Friday.
day. Friday. 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Maria
Terbert. s
Coroner's Warrant
Issued Against Dad
Of Slain Youngster
BRIDGEPORT, .Conn. (UPI)
A coroner's warrant was issued
yesterday holding a 40-year-old fa
ther under arrest for further ques'
tioning in the slaying of his illegi
timate 4-year-old son whose froz
en body was found in a makeshift
forest grave Saturday.
Louis Kish steadfastly denied he
had anything to do with the death
of his boy, Albert, who had been
shunted from home to home until
he went to live with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Rotzal last September.
Kish was detained immediately
after the boy's body was found. He
told police he was asleep at the
time his son disappeared from a
S-and-10-cent store f Friday wnue
his new foster, mother bought him
toys..: ;
Bail of $50,000 was set when Kish
was arrested on a technical charge
Saturday. The coroner's warrant
enabled authorities to keep him in
jail for further questioning.
A welfare worker said Albert, a
ward of the state, was just begin
ning to overcome feelings of inse insecurity
curity insecurity and emotional instability
when he was slain.
AlonpThe Fairways
BIV DILPER SHOOTS HOLI IN-
ONf AT AMADOR .;
The highlight of last Thursday's
Ladies Day at Amador was Bev
Dilfer's hole-in-one on the 120-yard
number three hole. The shot was
executed against a strong wind
with a five iron which dropped the
ban within inches of the cup.
: Bev's hole-in-one fired uo her
determination. Despite an out of
bounds penalty on number 12. she
went on to shoot a scintillating 76
which tied her opponent, Sylva
Carpenter, for low cross. Also
playing in the group was Peggy
Mayden.
The low net winners in the first
flight were first place. Gennie Senn
with a 63; second place, Helen
Sliker with a 67 and third place,
Ethel Perantie with a 68.
Lila Strumpf took first place in
the second flight with a 73. Foy
Fraunenheim captured second
place with a 75, and Sara Wilson
came in third with a 76.
Jean Sullivan's 33 putts won the
weekly low putt tournament.
Tomorrow, Feb. 12, the tourna tournament
ment tournament will be low net again, and it
is hoped that the good crowds and
good golf will continue.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE CANAL
ZONE
CRISTOBAL DIVISION
In Admiralty. No. 2272 Notlee ot
Hearing
Carlo Auaroacn, sauarao auven, i.
Fidel Padran Newton, Jozas Carlos
Floret, Jose Rodriguez, Jaime Letona,
Juan tTrquljO, Alfonso Taylor, Matlas
Perez, Juan Ennqucz, Martin rajan-
do. Hubert couina ana Jonn tuner,
Llbellanta, VS. M.S. Mayon I., her
boilers, tackle,, furniture, apparel, etc..
Respondents.
Wherea on the nth day of February,
159. Carlo Anerbach, et al, filed a
Libel In Rem In the District Court of
the United States against the Motor-
ship Mayon i., ner callers, tackle.
furniture, etc., in a .cause of Contract,
Civil and Maritime:
AND, whereas, by virtue of pro
cess in due rorm ot law to me direct,
ed, returnable on the 25th day of Feb February,
ruary, February, 169, I have seized and taken
the said Mayon I., and have her In my
custody:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
District Court wiU be held In the
United States District Court Room. In
Cristobal, Canal Zone, on the Z5th day
of February, 195, at 10 A.M., tor the
trial of said premises, and the owner
or owners, and all persons who claim
to have any interest, are hereby cited
to be and appear at the time and
olace aforesaid, to show cause. If any
they have, why a final decree ehould
not pass, as prayed. ',,
United States Marshal
February 11, lilt
Charles R. Ramlret, of Van
Slsclen and Ramtrea, Itoetor
for Llbellanta.

WANTED .--Lady '! gentleman
teeffer domestic appliances from
door to door.. Salary and commi-ston.-.
References and photograph
department "C" 134 The Pana Panama
ma Panama American.

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Seven, girls and nine boys .were
born at Gorcaa Hncnit.i j..-:
the week endmg. at midnight Mont
day, according to the hospital re.
port. Five of the babies were born
P'17'-Patients were admitted
and 179 were discharged.
Parents of the two girls, who
share the same: birthday, Feb 3
are Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Eldredge
of Curundu. and Mr .and Mr. w
N. Roach of Panama.- Parents of
me ooys Dorn tnat day are SP-S
and Mrs. P. J. Franklin and Mr.
and Mrs. N. B. Hernandez of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, and SSet. and Mr. j.m.
Tudor of Locona.
The other girls were born dur during
ing during the week to Lt. and Mrs. D. L.
Knotts of Ft. Kobbe; Sp-5 and
Mrs. E. C. Gallagher of Curundu;
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Petit of Pana Panama
ma Panama City; Sgt. and Mrs. RrJ? So Sobers
bers Sobers of Ft. Clayton and SP-4 and
Mrs. D. P. Sigler of Panama.
Parents, of-the other boys are
Sfc and Mrs. C. M. Ackerman of
Ft. Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. Kun
Chen-of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. R. N. Wilson of Balboa; Mr.
and Mrs. George Ruth Jr. of Co-
cqii; Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Carpen Carpenter
ter Carpenter II of Diablo and Mr. and Mrs.
L. T. Sandiford of Pedro Miguel.
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SURABAYA, Indonesia (UPI)
The police commission of this
east Java city has banned such
oances a mecha-cha-cha and
rhumba "in order to safeguard
general order and to keep up
moral norms."
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WASHINGTON, Feb. U (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The House Information subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee today ran into trouble ev even
en even getting sotm infamtion a a-bout
bout a-bout information from the White
House.
.
Siibcommillfie rhairman John E.
Moss (D-Calif.) sought for the sec second
ond second tfm tn nh' in "iriildflllnas" is
sued by ttie White House for re release
lease release of information by the Penta Pentagon
gon Pentagon particularly about missiles
and satellites.
A subcommi'tee spokesman sa'd
"the least the White House can
do is tell American citizens what
kind of things it won't tell them."
The subcommit'ee's particular
target is the White House's pow powerful
erful powerful Operations CoordinaMng
Board, operating arm of the Na National
tional National Security Council.
The subcommittee previously
contended in a reorct that the
board is "calK.ig the signals on
imoor'ant informao.. policies."
Moss first asked board chair chairman
man chairman Christian A. Herter, under undersecretary
secretary undersecretary of s'ate, for a copy of
the board's "guidelines" on rs rs-lease
lease rs-lease of information.
He no'ed that assistant defense
secretary Mtvray Snyder, the
Pentagon's chief Dress officer, had
cited the "guidelines'' as he bas basis
is basis for determining what he would
and would not ell the public
about U.S. mom shots.
Gerald D. Mnrsra.n, ''p'du'v as assistant
sistant assistant to Presiden' Eisenhower.
renlleH fm rrrtpr The reply was:
"no with "reeret."
"The operations coordinating
board is nart of the Notional Sec-
wi-ote. "With the exception of pro-
WANT REDS FREED
BAGHDAD, Iraq (UPI) A
"democratic" grouo of teachers,
wr'ters, intellectuals an doctors
issued a statement yesterday ap
pealing to the United Arab Re
public to release imprisoned Com Communists.
munists. Communists. The statement also called
for a halt to newspaper criticism
between thp two countries and
asked the U.A.R. to heln protect
Iraq against "imperialism our
sole enemy, and its leader, Amer America."
ica." America." A0OVAS PANAMA
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urity Council structure," Morgan
cedural and organizational mat matters
ters matters National Security Council pa papers'
pers' papers' have never been made avail available
able available to committees of Congreit."
Moss replied with a request
that Morgan state "on what sta statutory
tutory statutory a- other authority" he re-

fusedto aena; along the "guide-
The chairman also' asked for aa
explanation of "how the publie
interest is benefited by withhold
ing from Congress an official do document
cument document staling the official policies
of the government."
Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON Labor leader
Walier P. Reuther in eliminating
crooks and racketeers from the
labor movement:
"I Want the people who aire
guilty of things like Mr. (Jimmy)
Hoffa is guilty of to go lo jail be-
cause I think they're a danger to
America."
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"I love the European handles handles-ing
ing handles-ing technique, bu, I miss throe
clean-cut, close cropped husy
American males.
WASHINGTON Rep. Frahk
Kowalski (D-Conn.), a retired
Army colonel, in charging the
armed services with was'ing man manpower
power manpower by usins enlisted men ai
houseboys and chauffeurs.
"Something has to be done by
Congress or we are going to fo
down the path of complete was e
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the wais' :
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the bosom of my dress. They
star'ed picking them. When the
flowers were gone, they went jft--er
the dress."
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THE PROOF The United States charged Thursday that Rus Russian
sian Russian fighters deliberately shot down an American transport
which crashed over Soviet Armenia Last September 2, and
released this photostat to back up its charge. The photostat
is described as the second in a series of two articles which
appeared in the Russian Air Force Newspaper "Soviet Avia Aviation,"
tion," Aviation," and described activities of the Russian Defense Force in
intercepting an "enemy target." The U.S. claims this refers to
the shooting of the plane. The photo is described as showing
plotters oa the ground who directed the fighters which shot
down that "enemy target."

Iraq Swiftly Moving Toward
Communism, Observes Believe

' BEIRUT
rich I'aq,
Lebanon (UPD Oil Oil-a
a Oil-a pro-Western mon-
r,chy less than a year ago, is
in grave danger of seizure by the
Communists, Western observers
Said hero yesterday.
' A swift succession of events in
Baghdad during the last fouir
days pointed to major Soviet and
local Communist advances, and a
deepening of the struggle in the
Arab world over Gamal Abdel
Nasser and his call for an, overall
Arab union under his leadership.
There were these developments:
Iraq signed a peat with Rus Russia
sia Russia providing for a substantail
amount of technical and econom economic
ic economic aid, with an influx of Soviet
technicians to help carry out a
five-year development program.
The government announced
Col. Abdel Salam Aref, the No. 2
man in the revolt that overthrew
pro-Western King Faisal last July
14, had been sentenced to death
for plotting the assassination of
Premier Karim Kassem.
The last anti Communist min ministers
isters ministers in the Kassem cabinet re resigned
signed resigned and were replaced with
leftist ministers.
'In Damascus, Syria, the local
Jtfees reported still another shake shake-up.
up. shake-up. The papers said Sheikh Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed Mendi Bubba resigned
nil membership in a three man
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sovereignty council get up last
July in protest against "Commu
nist influence" in the cabinet.
The Communist Party in Iraq,
suppressed under King Faisal,
came out into tne open alter tne
July revolt and fed on the dis dissension
sension dissension caused between the Kas Kassem
sem Kassem and Aref factions. Aref
wanted union with Nasser's Unit United
ed United Arab Republic. Kassem op opposed
posed opposed it. As the death sentence
for Aref proved last Saturday,
Kassem won the battle.
It was noted that Aref was con condemned
demned condemned only for an assassination
attempt, and was found innocent
of a second charge of conspiracy.
This apparently was a sop to Nas Nasser,
ser, Nasser, to prevent further ruffling of
the troubled Mideast Arab na nationalist
tionalist nationalist movement.
The re-shuffle in cabinet left the
nation's Nasserite and anti-Communist
elements without a voice
in the government.
Informed Iraqi sources in Beir
ut said they doubted any of the
new cabinet ministers were Reds.
All were known for their per personal
sonal personal loyalty to Kassem which
apparently is why he called on
them. But the sources said all
were leftists and might not pro protest
test protest against any further drift to towards
wards towards Communism.

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WASHINGTON (UPI) The

State Department challenged Mos Moscow
cow Moscow yesterday to tell the Russian
people about a U.S. tape record
ing WMCfl WIS COUIRIjr L-ilcu aa
proof than Keo. puois sum u
an unarmed American plane last
September.
Department rress yuicei Lin
coln White said soviet omciais,
who branded the recording a
fake, "can yell low ana nae un until
til until they are blue in the face but
the facts speak for themselves."
He reaffirmed the authenticity of
the tape. , J
The department last mursuay
made public a tape recoraing
which it said showed Soviet fight fighter
er fighter pilots deliberately shot down
a U.S. Air Force transport wren
17 men aooara alter n. strayea
across th soviet-Armenian bor border.
der. border. J? m
The Russians returnea ooaies oi
six airmen but nas never ac
counted for tue remaining iu
Moscow denied responsibility ior
the tragedy, claimmg tne piaoe
crashed after apparently Decern
ing disabled.
On saituraay, ivnuscuw ue ue-nounced
nounced ue-nounced the recording as a fab fabrication
rication fabrication and "clumsy farce.'

US Sailors See Panama Today
On Visit Of Navy Task Force

A U. S. Navy task force of six
ships, the largest American fleet
unit to visit the Panama area in
the last two years, was transiting
the Canal toda; after arriving at
Cristobal at 6:?0 this morning.
Nearly, 1,000 American sailors
will converge on Panama and the
Canal Zone for a four-day vis-
Led by the modern destroyer
USS Mitscher, U.S. Task Force
88 was scheduled to berth at Rod Rodman
man Rodman Naval Station. The ships
ram here from Guantanaino
Bay, Cuba, and will leave Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon to participate in
joint anti-submarine warfare ex exercises
ercises exercises with Navy units of Colom Colom-v.io
v.io Colom-v.io F.cuadnr. Peru and Chile.
The six ships ot me nas wre
4ninori tnriav hv the USS Ed-
son, a new destroyer on its ini initial
tial initial training cruise. The Edson
arrived from San Juan, Puerto
Rim and will leave Saturday
morning to join the Pacific Fleet.
Rear Adm. Lloyd M. Mustin is
in command of the fleet unit. His
firkin thn Mitscher. is the
first of a new class of long-irange
chins nWened for anti aircraft
nnrl onti.ciihmanne warfare.
Displacing 4,500 fully loaded,
the Mitscher Is nearly 500 feet
long and has a beam of 50 feet.
She carries a peacetime crew of
279 officers and men.
Other ships in he task force
are four destroyer escorts, the
Dealey, Cromwell, Hammerberg
and Courtney, and the submarine
Diablo. Their combined crews
number about 720 officers and en enlisted
listed enlisted men.
The last large Navy "invasion
of the Isthmus was a visit in
June 1957 of eight ships carrying
midshipmen. The group was led
hv Rear Admiral Lewis S. Parks.
then heading the cruiser force in
the Atlantic Fleet, rants was re
ppntlv announced as the new
pnmima ndant of the 15th Naval
TYistrfpt and will succeed Rear
Adm aenreti Wales early this
spring.

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White, obviously angered by the

Russian allegations, noted that
these Soviet changes were aired
by Moscow radio in languages
other than Russian.
Charging the Kremlin had "stu
diously avoided" informing the
Russian people of the facts, White
called on Soviet officials to ta
their people about the U.S. tape
recording in language they could
understand.
He recalled that Undersecretary
of State Robert Murphy wanted
to play the tape on Nov. 13 for
Russian Ambassador Mikhail A.
Menshikov and the Russian Em Embassy's
bassy's Embassy's air attache. But White
said they "studiously avoided
hearing it."
Murphy, at his meeting with
Menshikov, handed a transcript of
tiie "recording in Russian to the
Soviet envoy. Menshikov said
then he could tell his govern government
ment government about it.
White said U.S. officials did not
offer to play the tape for Deputy
Soviet Premier Anastas L Miko Miko-yan
yan Miko-yan when he wa hetre recently.
But he said he was sure Mikoyan
knew about it because Menshikov
had promised to relay the infor information
mation information to Moscow.
ADMIRAL MUSTIN
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending; 8 a. m. today is
prepared by tne Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:

High 91 83
Low ,. 7 79
HUMIDITY:
High 82 83
Low 49 78
WIND:
(max. mph.) N-20 E-23N
RAIN (inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) . 77 79

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake .. .. .. 84.87
Madden Dam ., .. 245.10
BALBOATIDES
THURSDAY, FEB. 12
HIGH
Time 1 Ht.
8:48 a.m. 14.6 ft.
7:08 p.m 14.8 ft.
LOW
Time Ht.
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12:51 pjn 0.2 ft.
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CLOSE CALL Andrew Bird, 70, sits In his car at Cleveland,
Ohio, Hopkins airport and contemplates how close he came
to death when a propeller on a four-engine Air Force plane
sliced through the roof of his car six times as he drove under,
the plane. Bird said that he wanted to watch the planes
landing. Damage to, the plane is estimated at between $35,000
and $170,000.

Fori Amador Mess
Employes Charged
With Stealing Hams
Three Panamanian employes of
the Fort Amador Officers' Mess
were arirested yesterday in con connection
nection connection with the alleged theft of a
total of 16 tinned hams since the
first of the year.
The arrested trio are Felipe
Gonzalez, 29, Manuel Camano, 27,
and Harold V. Gayle, 42. They are
charged with the theft of six hams
on Sunday. The six hams are
valued at $52.65 totaL
The hams were recovered in ra-
. ... j j l
nama, along witn an aaaiwonai
ten which presumably had been
Stolen previously.
All three men nave oeen charg charged
ed charged with grand larceny.
PanCanal Asks Bids
For Air Conditioning
Of Mf. Hope Office
tiria in now beins solicited by
the Panama Canal Company for
the Installation of air conditioning
in the mail office of the Industrial
Division at Mount Hope.
The bids are to be opened Feb
ruary 27 in the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
The work will include the cons
truction of an air conditioning
system for the Industrial Division
Headquarters. The project is one
of the final phases of the remodel remodeling
ing remodeling of the former Paint and Rig Rigging
ging Rigging shop building into a modern
office building.
The actual remodeling work was
completed several months ago by
the Colon firm of Wright Brothers
at a cost of $67,198.
Governor Proclaims
World Prayer Day
For Coming Friday
TYidav has been designated by
Gov. W. E. Potter as World Day
of Praver in the Canal Zone, and
residents of the Zone are urged to
observe the day by attending serv services
ices services and pausing for a minute of
prayer at high noon.
Tn a raroclamation issued at B'aJ
boa Heights, the Governor pointed
out that World Day of Prayer will
be observed this year in many
places throughout the world 'Vhere
numme peoples nvmg agauisi
background of universal tension
and uncertainty will bow their
heads and lift up their hearts to
Almighty God In prayer."
POPE RECITES HYMNS
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope
John XXIII recited three "Gloria
Patri" hyms of praise Sunday to
gether with 10,000 pilgrims who
applauded him.
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Cuba Asks Panama

For Extradition
Of Ramon Insua
HAVANA, Feb. 11 (UPI) The
government formally asked Pana Panama
ma Panama for the extradition of Ramon
Calvifio Insua, indicted for nine
common crimes including murder.
uaivino went to raoama tor asy-i
lum on a safe conduct earlv ltvJ
January.
NATIONALIST TRADE BOOMS
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist China earned a favorable
trade balance of 37 million dollars
last year, the Foreign Exchange
and Trade Control Commission
said yesterday.
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Generals, Claim McElrbyi
Reje'cred Missile: Plan I

WASHINGTON (UPI) Two
Army generals testified yesterday
tnat Defense secretary weu a.
McElroy rejected their urgent pro
gram to produce a defense mis
sile that could shoot down Rus
sian intercontinental rockets.
Maf. Gens, William W. Dick Jr.,
Army special weapons chief, and
Dwight JS. Beach,; Army an de defense
fense defense director, told the House
Space Committee that other ad
visers swung McElroy away from
the. development project for the
Nike-Zeus anti-missile missile.
"Who are the croup of ghosts
who stopped this program?" de
manded Ren. James. G. Fulton
(R-Pa.).
The generals smiled but said
they did not know. Committee
Chairman Overton Brooks (D-La.)
said the question would be put to
McElroy when h appeared be before
fore before the committee March 2.
Gen.. Dick, also -said he felt
there were delays in the Army's
missile program because of slow slowness
ness slowness in decisions at the top. He
said this appeared to be the situa situation
tion situation "at least from where I sit."
Dick and Beach acknowledged
that there was a basic difference
of opinion within the Defense De Department
partment Department over whether the Nike Nike-Zeus
Zeus Nike-Zeus was in the proper stage of
development to go ahead with ac actual
tual actual production facilities.
They said they strongly believed
it was. They said they recom recommended
mended recommended 30 million dollars for the
program in the current fiscal
year and 700 million the next, but
the amounts were out from the
defense budget.
The generals balled the pro program
gram program important is the light of
Soviet missile advances. The three
stage Nike-Zeus, powered by solid

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able Rio summer resort to avojfl
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white blouse. She stepped upoft
the table to demonstrate her hula
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shouting male admirers. She kept
the hoop circling her hips tq
about 15 minutes, while the en enthusiastic
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him at the table. There were Hf
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