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PANAMA, R. F MONOAT; FEBRUARY IS, 1959
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1 r(tfPl)Th Urtit4 state?,
Lent; notes ta Russia proposing
ministers conferencs Bar Bar-security.
security. Bar-security. 1
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n IVloscow any too ay u wi
Jrijgj open for further negotiation.
I the. western' powers preferred
d" In Geneva or Vienna In late
:he East and West Cernian ad-
mtie U.S. note saidfthat the
mvpftTKr should "deal with wie
orobiem or uermany m n i
i .a1i aavM AAnfy i tte
aspects ana unpuw
raised in recent ewa8c. u
notes between the' west, ana
Che Western Powers1 again
nmnhasiized that fchev reserve
trie rieht to uphold byall ap-
roTriate means" ..meir acceoa
t-ri wsr.frn Berlin.
Thev again reiectea Kussias
rrrTrsal that:' West Berlin be
made a iree, aemmiarizea my.
' Russia's.' threat .to turn over
its occupation responsibilities in
West Berlin to East Germany
on May. 27. was denounced ii the
. -,iTFti'danger -to world, peace
Inherent in this Soviet Initia
tive '-'Is evident., the United
Witnowt bemff", ,specmc, tne
western allies rejected- Russia's
proposal- of Jan, 10 that a 28 28-nation
nation 28-nation Oerman peace confer conference
ence conference be held in Prague or War Warsaw
saw Warsaw within two months.
With Alien Wives
Th knotty proWtm ef Incent
tx tto for Amorican citixtn
omployod and residing in
Canal Zone with alion wlvtt mov
d on stop closer to solution to.
day with tho announcomont that
tho law firm ef.JD Castro and
Roblos has boon retained by the,
group ta act in their behalf..
Tho local counsel will be as
sociated with aNornoy William
S. Tyson, Washinflton, D.C. Ty
.ton ui turn will bo aided bythe
Washington tax firm of Miller
, Do Castro mni Roblos are m
the process of preparing con contracts
tracts contracts and necessary powers of
attorney based on Washington
advice As seen at thedocu.
ments are ready for signature
there will be a public notice of
a general meeting of thosa, peV
son with alien wives. 1 v
. interested individuals are ask
ed to watch for the announce,
men of the meeting date.
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Ready To Check
sician Hopeful Dulles
Can Resume Partial Duties
Aides Filling f in For Dulles
As Democrats Urge Stevenson
Six Rubber Checks
Scnil AF fmploye
Before Judge Crove
A 32-year-old American pleaded
guilty before Judge Guthrie E.
Crowe at U.S. District Court, An An-con,
con, An-con, Friday to six separate charg charges
es charges of writing bad checks. He was
sentenced to one year in jail on
each count, with, the sentence sus suspended,
pended, suspended, and placed on five years
probation u- j v
During the middle of January,
Bobby Dean Wencf, iintil last week
employed as a contract maintain maintain-ance
ance maintain-ance worker for the Air Force;
cashed six checks at the Albrook
AFB Officers Open Mess. The
checks were drawn on the First
National Bank of Lincoln, Neb.,
and totalled $275. All of the checks
Wend has no prior police record,
either in the United States or in the
For two Veeks, umpires for Ex Exercises
ercises Exercises Banyan Tree have been in
training at headquarter! of-, the
rnntrol firoun. at Fort
fciaytOB-aed; Bio'Wata, preparing-'
for thet maneuver Deween K8res-
sor troops aaa tne zno AirDonre
Battle Group, '501st Infantry which
will begin Thursday, with aa. air
borne assault at kio Haw.
TTni1r.pAtYimand: -Of COli A. '' Jv
Sutherland, chief umpire, we con control
trol control group moved, into the field at
pin Hat todav to rehearse its
operations until tne aay tne ex
Umpires Wil be on ouiy wnn au
combat units of the airbone oatue
i.inn inpinrfini? comnanies. bat-
teries, and platoons. Even staff of officers
ficers officers of the battle group vul find
that they are, being venecaea Dy
Teams will mark concentrations
Using a special conraiuracauons
network, the umpire personel wui
lroon thn chief umDire advised of
nrnorpsn or ouerauuiw mu
send in reports and comments on
unit operations. a
Laree numbers of officers and
enlisted umpires have-'been sent
here on detail from units in the
United States for temporary duty
during Banyan Tree to join control
personnel who have Isefcn sleeted
Onm local units of USARCARlB.
Since Feb. S aU umpires have
been attending school, which will
continue until Wednesday. Half
their training is iff classrooms and
half in the field. They? will wind
uo this training period wttn a re.
hearsal being held with aggres
sor forces today, tomorrow and
Wednesday of thieV'Srcek at Ri
US Policies :
Hot To Change.
Nixon Claims ;
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) WVici
President Richard M. Nixon term termed
ed termed notice yesterday there .would
be bo change in U.S. foreign' poli policy
cy policy at the result of Secretary ,f
State John Foster Dulles' illnes.i
Nixon told a news conferencf
hr on his arrival from Port
hand: rtr.: that whatever decision
U made regarding whether Dullef
would return to f uu direction of
U.S. policy, the Eisenhower-Dulle
nolicv of "firmness on principle
and flexibility on tactici" -will
IT S. nolirv is not Bolnf to
Change as a result of Dulles' Ill
ness or leave of absence or what
ever happens after that, JNixon
Nixon, who arrived here lor
sll-dav series -of talks-Witn van-
fcrrnia 'Republican leaden, said ft
WASHINGTON (UPI) Secre
tary of State John Foster Dulles'
lieutenants moved quickly to
day to take over the stricken
statesman s rngjoo ot running cue
United States' far flung interna
President Eisenhower, who re
gards Dulles as his good right
arm in, the complex field of for
eign policy, prayed for the ailing
secretary at ; early morning
cnurcn service yesterday
The- President bowed his head
is his pastor, the Rev. L. R. Ed
ward Elson asked God's help in
finding tine cause and cure ot
Meantime. Dulles aides spent
the day readying themselves to
take over the reins of the State
Actinir Secretary of State Chris
tian A. Herter, who talked wiilh
Eisenhower on the telephone Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night and with Dulles yes
terday, conferred with Deputy Un
dersecretary Loy W. Henderson
and fiscal experts on the State
The first bie State DeDartment
development under tne new act
wg. leadership was the dispatch
spoked onv-the telephone. R'!W
DuHer aftehe latter hadeal mfmomi' a fiig
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16-(UPI)
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, encouraged by his doctors
in his fight against cancer, began
undergoing radiation treatment to today
day today at Walter Reed Army Medical
One of his physicians said he
"expected" and "hoped" that the
70-year-old cabinet member would
be able to resume at least partial
duties provided there were no more
complications and he responded to
Dulles demonstrated last night
that he is not ready to be counted
out. He summoned acting Secre
tary of State Christian A. Herter
to the hospital for a 15-minute
conference on department matters,
Herter and other Dulles lieu
tenants in the state department as assumed
sumed assumed a more 'active role in di
recting foreign policy affairs in
the absence of their chief, who is
on indefinite leave.
In his first appearance in Dulles'
place, Herter was to testify this
morning at a closed session of a
House Appropriations Subcommit
tee on tne State Department budg budget
et budget i
- At the sam time, Undersecre Undersecretary
tary Undersecretary of State C. Douglas Dillon"
was designated by Herter to rep represent
resent represent the department at the usual
Monday' meeting of the National
Security Council at the White
Medical bulletins, from the hosni-
tal have reported that Dulles Shas
MEXICO CITY, Feb. 16 (UPI) The meetina hs. K f
tween President Eisenhower and Mexican President AHol.
f& Lopez Mateos of Mexico at Acopulco this week might. h
spur negonarions ror tne construction ot a new Atlantic J
Pacific canal across Mexico's narrow isthmus, official
sources said today,
The Tehauntepec isthmus canal project, an idea 110
years old, has attracted new interest in connection with
hemispheric defense problems, and the increasing vul- '
nerability of the Panama Canal, the only hemispheric
short cut now between the two oceans. t', t
Sources said the Eisenhower-Lopez Mateos meetina at
A .--..I.- -k TL....J J r t ..
ntuMito iicai i nursuuy ana rnaay undoubtedly would
touch on the feasibility of an isrhmnc
V,. . :.;.;,'V::;i.Wj
f ft a)
uia,ii Kues Dacr m 1111
when the United States under '?
President James K. Polic bid lor
iiv,er?nsIt rih; crosa
the neck6f land.
The .fehuantepec cinal ldst .'l
out to' two rival routes tht
Panama canal and tho.tran.
Nicaragua-canal. The Nlcer.
Dulleir aftei"the" latter' had' Men
informed Saturday mat ne qaa a
recurrence ot cancer,
"ft is remarkable that lie has
taken it at stoically as he did,"
Nixon said'. "His spirits were ex excellent.
cellent. excellent. He' asked me to come in
for a chat when I returned to
Nixon said no man has a bet
ter understanding of the Berlin
crisia than Dulles and "it is most
fortunate, that Dulles' is not re re-sienine
sienine re-sienine and will be available for
consultation on leave of absence."
He ruled out any discussion of
possible successor to Dulles as
Nixon met witn tne itepuDiican
leaders in JSan Francisco yester yesterday
day yesterday and LOs Angeles today in
efforts to rebuild the Republican
Party thatVsufered a smashing
defeat at the hands of the Demo
crats last November.
Urged To Dreak
rntEllJ will include operatlona euch as the 'above photograph depicts.
ill ref uer FlOO supersoni c fighters' in mid-air as' the fighter approach
K the air strike by fighters and B-57 bombers, r-130 troop carrier air
ired nere wui paraarop eiroorne Army croups e ouior irwp r,rnor
at-land men and eauipment. (Official usa rnoto)
CARACAS Veneiuela, Feb. 1-(UPI-
President Romulo Betan Betan-court,
court, Betan-court, urged on by Latin Americ American
an American leaders demanding repudiation
of dictatorial governments, will
decide this week whether to break
off relation with the Dominican
Republic" informed sources said
They saldTTenezueia may orea
with the rJominican government
if the TrujUo. government fails to
issue a safe conduct declaration
for 13 Dominican refugees now liv
ing in asylurt in the Venezuelsn
embassy in Ciudad Trujilo.
Betancouri who was inaugur inaugurated
ated inaugurated Friday as Venezuela's first
freely elected President in 11
years, hadlunch yesterday with
21 Latin American leaders, in
cluding former President Jose Ji
gueres of Costa Rica, who issued
a statement condemning the gov governments
ernments governments of the Dominican Repub Republic,
lic, Republic, Nicaragua and Paraguay.
The statement, called tne "de "democratic
mocratic "democratic Declaration of Caracas,"
demanded that all dictatorial gov governments
ernments governments be ousted from the Or
ganization of American States.
"We condemn as inadmissible
within a hemispheric community
ruled by- the principles of free freedom
dom freedom the present governments of
the Dominican Republic, Nicara Nicaragua
gua Nicaragua end Paraguay," the declara declaration
tion declaration said. ;
2 Retrieved Bikes
At Police Station
Two bicycles .were recently re
trieved in Margarita by a roving
patrol car drom the Cristobal dis district
trict district police station.
The bicycles ; aire' presumed to
be stolen property and presently
repose at the Cristobal station,
where they may be claimed upon
fun and proper Identification oy
t our ioreigay ministers' meeting
this Spring on Berlin. -'Germany
and European security,
, The possibility that there wm
be a foreign ministers' meetina-
soon and doctors' uncertainty con concerning
cerning concerning Dulles' condition and re
covery, fed speculation about the
state Department leadership.
The big question was who the
United States would have as a
spokesman if Dulles could not
attend a Big Four meeting.
Well-informed officials said me
United States might be able to
continue with an acting top ech echelon
elon echelon for a short time during Dul Dulles',
les', Dulles', absence, but doubted it could
maintain the situation in the face
of an Impending international con conference
ference conference with the Soviet Union.
One congressman, Rep. Emanuel
Celler of (D-NY) said t'it is
essential to have somebody m the
drivers' seat," and suggested the
President name Adlai E. Stevenson
M. i 1 F.'
secretary 01 siane.
Celler, chairman of the House
Judiciary Committee, told a tele television
vision television panel (ABC College News
Conference) that appointment of
the 1952 and 1956 Democratic
presidential candidate would
"mean a real bi-partisan foreign
$100 Fine Assessed
To Drunken Driver
Robert L. Wertz, 45, U.S. citizen.
appeared in Cristobal Magistrate's
Court today and pleaded not guilty
to a charge of drunken driving.
Wertz, who lives at CocoSolo
and is employed as a milling ma machine
chine machine operator at the Pedro Miguel
Locks, was weaving along Balboa
Road at the time he was appre
He was found guilty and fined
$100. In addition his driver's li
cense was suspended for one year.
Wertz was convicted in 1945 On
the same offense. ( ;
Other!' likely topics Include
U.s; tariffs on Mexican metals,
dumping U.S. cotton, the treat treatment'
ment' treatment' of Mexican braceros (mi
grant farm workers) In the UJ5.
and stabilization of the Mexican
Other matters include a pro
posed Mexican tUJS. military
pact ana action to develop the
Mexican', oucnenucai Jttioysi
been realln.aomfortahlv. and t-LJt,'vry.tnt-t''knti-hj-m
condition har bmUitei,f, jeyfch Is the project for w canal
since his operation Friday,.' '.-1 across .the 134-mUe-. -istnmus.
the fuan canal never wa built, al
usta though toe U.f Ms VeS w
Castro Takes Reins Of Cuba,
MayH ave Eye On Presidency
HAVANA, Feb. 16 (UPI)-Rev-olutionary
le a de r Fidel Castro
formally takes up the reins of
government today as premier of
Cuba, at 32 the youngest in the
turbulent 57-year history of the
Caribbean Island Republic.
Intimates said the bearded
young lawyer would make labor
and agriculture hi primary b b-jectives.
jectives. b-jectives. Castro was named premier Sat Saturday
urday Saturday by President Manuel Urru Urru-tia
tia Urru-tia following the resignation of
Jose Miro Cardona, in what was
generally viewed as the first step
toward the presidency.
A revision in the provisional
constitution last week lowered the
age requirement for president
from 35 to 30 years.
The political developments vir virtually
tually virtually overshadowed the opening
today of a new trial for Maj. Je Jesus
sus Jesus Sosa Blanco, the Batista offi officer
cer officer branded Cuba's "No. 1 war
criminal." Sosa Blanco was con condemned
demned condemned to death by a military
tribunal sitting in the. Sports Pal Palace
ace Palace last month.
Some 30,000 spectators jammed
the arena during the trial which
was broadcast and televised. The
proceeding drew heavy criticisms
The death sentence against So Sosa
sa Sosa Blanco was annulled and a
new trial ordered held at Camp
Liberty before the same military
The superioi court invited dele delegations
gations delegations from civic organizations
as well as foreign and local news
men to attend the proceedings. It
said the tr.al will be broadcast
but not televised, and the gener general
al general public will not be allowed en
Castro, who led the years-long
campaign which ousted dictator
Fulgencio Batista, has taken leave
of his post as supreme command
er of the armed forces to head
the government Informed sources
said the military post probably
will be given tt his younger broth brother
er brother and comrade-in-arms, Raul, re recently
cently recently named second in com command.
mand. command. Castro held a series of private
conferences yesterday with mem
ber of his cabinet. A majority of
tne outgoing ministers would be
included in his government, Cas Castro
tro Castro said.
He added that he considered
himself completely subject io
President Urrutia and is prepar
ed to step down if Urrutia com
WASHINGTON (UPI) Rep
Emanuel Celler (D- N.Y.) today
gave this thumbnail sketch of
possible Democratic presidential
candidates for I960:
Sen. Paul H.
Sen. John F. Kennedy
Adlai E. Stevenson "Too often."
New Jersey Gov. Robert B.
Meyner "Too minor."
Oelier's choice Sen.
Kids Get New Twist To Numbers Game
PITTSBURGH (UPI) A 20th-
century version of the ancient
Chinese abacus perfected by a
Milwaukee mathematics Instruc
tor is the latest addition to teach teaching
ing teaching techniques in elementary, a-
It may also go along way to
ward proving that Rudyard Kip Kipling
ling Kipling was somewhere in left field
when he predicted "East .is East
and West is west, and never the
twain shall meet' ,.,t
With the device known as
the "Numeraid" normally stag staggering
gering staggering problems don't even faze
For instance, a nun at St. '' Se Sebastian's
bastian's Sebastian's School in Rose Town Town-sh'p,
sh'p, Town-sh'p, Pa., teus her ; first grade
"Children, multiply 1,547 by JK"
In a matter of seconds, the an answer
swer answer choruses back from all cor corners
ners corners of the classroom "3,094.'
"Just a routine problem.', said
Sister JuditB. '.'-,
The ancient computer is one of
the first counting devices known
to man. Its introduction into 15
classrooms here last September
may take some of tne grinding
labor and headache out of
The children enjoy it almost as
much as the teachers.
"Normally, first graders learn
to count and write up to 100 by
the end of the first semester,"
Sister Judith points out.
Her present class already is
working with figures in the thou thousandswith
sandswith thousandswith apparently little effort.
The 20th century version of the
abacus differs only slightly from
its ancient predecessor. It is com
posed of five rows of differently
colored discs, nine in a row.
The device is divided into two
sections. The upper portion con contains
tains contains corresponding rows but with
only two discs per row. These
discs represent five times the val
ue of each one in the lower sec section.
tion. section. Msgr. John B. McDowell, su
perintendent of parochial schools
in the Pittsburgh diocese, said
"Numeraid' was brought in
"strictly on an experimental basis."
He said teaching results of the
device will be studied closely and
reported from time to time. So
far, he adds, "Numeraid" and its
corresponding teaching cycle ap appear
pear appear "suprisingly successful."
in aditlon to the relatively
complex problems fed to the pu
pils, mey aiso get a sreaay aiet
of ''math' vocabulary.
This consists of words com commonly
monly commonly used in explaining or pre
senting arithmetical problems.
McDowell said .that if tne sys system
tem system measures up to early expec expectations,
tations, expectations, it will be adopted in all
diocesan schools. ;' v
The increasing jn. j
Panama cinaT in ttS et antf
rocket acre and iirn. oti,7-i
.ii, -jtepuDuc of Panamsl r
nave made action on a new in
tSfin sWPPtas: bypass rtriAf
tegically urgent, source said. ,r
The sources said two main
r.l i "uia run into hn
dreds of millions of dollars, and 1 1
the Question nf ini,.'
th, Cmu zone llii. T
Bonnie Rulh Miller ;
Injured In Accidenl
On Rodman Slreel
Bonnie Ruth Miller. 11 11
jured when stiruck bv a
urday afternoon at Rodman Nav
al Station. ? ; i
Bonnie is the daughter of CPC f' f
and Mrs. John A.. Miller of Rod
man. Miller is assiimpH t fht i
naval forces at the station. 1
The child had alighted from
bus traveling west on T a n i vf
Street, and walked from the nor4
to the south curb ahead of thi
stationary bus. She was struck bj
the front of a private vehicle ant i
knocked to the ground by the ra
pact. The car was driven by Ma Ma-no
no Ma-no Cardoze, a salesman of Pana 5
ma. ,t r
Bonnie was treated". the Rod
man Dispensary and 'J .moved tt
Gorgas Hospital, where she wai
found suffering multiple abrasion;
ana neaa contusions.
Investigation revealed rto viola
tion on the part of Cardoze.
Group 01 Cubans
Who Aided tislro
Fly Here Tomorrow
A delegation of Cubans wh
fought beside rebel leader Fide
Castro will arr ve at Tocumen to
Those expected are Jorge' Enri
que Mendoza, Rafael San Martin
Rev. Guillermo Sardinas, Mark
Hidalgo, Reael Diaz, Orlando Be, t
ni'ez, V oleta Csals, AmparoCe
lesterin, Ricardo Valladares, Ce
sar Fonseca, and Francisco Lit.
go Viera. S ?
, The Cubans will be received t i
noon tomorrow at the Parque Po-
rras by the Charge d'Affairs ol
the Cuban Embassy and by re representatives
presentatives representatives of the July 1 26tb
Movement, the Committee el
Friends of the Revolutionary
Movement of Fidel Castro in -Pa
nama, and other groups friendly
to the Cuban rebel cause, f-
The visiting Cubans w'll be
widely feted locally. During the
day they will pe received by Pres
ident Ernesto de la uuardia, Jr
at the Presidential Palace
at S p.m. they will hold
conference at the Cuban
sy, after which a general
tion is planned,
rdia, Jr.. J
ice, 'ano ' (
a presi J
al recsp-' 1
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SHE MAIL BOX
I don't know whether the people who make up the schedules for
CFN radio and TV work together or separately from each other, but
1 think it is a shame that both should schedule their good music pro program
gram program at the same time.
i WheH you consider how little worthwhile music we get locally,
does it make sense to have the Firestone Hour on at 10:30 Sunday
Bight, while the radio plays a different program of fine music? Is
someone at CFN so deaf to the desires of music lovers that he be begrudges
grudges begrudges us the chance to hear both programs? Why must we choose
between the two, instead of having the privilege of hearing both at
Come on, now, CFN; I think you're pretty good all around, but
don't give us such a poor deal on the subject of classical music.
k Rosa Lea Smith
I should like to make plea for less double lockages at Miraflo Miraflo-res
res Miraflo-res Bridge. This month, with the ferry out of operation, the traffic
across the bridge is very heavy, and these long tandem-and-double
lockages which we seem to have so often at least every other time
I cross the bridge, it sems to me really tie up traffic way back on
Ah4 the tragic part about it all is that very often the ships are
not all ready at the same time; more than once I've sat in my car
and watched the second gate swing open way ahead of time, while
the Hast ship was still several minutes away from being ready to go
out or come in making a long double lockage out of what could very
well have been two singles.
After all, the sides of the bridge work independently of one an another,
other, another, don't they?
What would the Canal stand to lose by a small display of
(: Non-Admirer (Han!)
SHOP WHERE YOU MAY
, And y
Fair minded Panamanian (Mailbox, Feb. 13), is either a fool or
one of the few remaining naive, souls on the entire Isthmus, or indeed
in this: hemisphere.
He surely does not think that just because a US-operated grocery
etore is sitting on foreign soil that gives everybody theright to shop
there. That is the injpression I get from his letter. What a dreamer.
As an American, I wouldn't care if Panamanians at large were
allowed to use the US commies, so long as they left enough for me.
Tmrwould only.be helping US business in the States by buying im imported
ported imported catsup, powdered milk and vegetable oil.
j Panama businessmen would scream even louder than the Amer Americans
icans Americans who control the commissary passes. They would all be dead
birds in a couple, of weeks if everybody in Panama could buy where
tly pleasedAWhat would they do' with the ditty rice nd other sub substandard
standard substandard products QW, bepg, sold at oftenTeybitant grieesia Pana Panama
ma Panama City etftes? "' ' ""
i Fair-Minded Panamanian should take a Cooks' Tour of the
States. Then he would see that cut-rate commissaries are operated
for military families only and few people even consider trying to
worm their way in., These closed-door groceries are not,. as he sug suggests,
gests, suggests, peculiar to the Canal Zone. The US government takes care of
l9 JJCUpiC, WJIC11VC1 UICJ' AIC.
Fair Minded isn t really crying about not being able to spend his
money on the Zone. He's just looking for a bargain. I could tell him
trat some things in the commies are more expensive than on the Io
cs market like oranges and fresh vegetables. The same goes for
sdme of the products in the exchanges.
Fair Minded ought to know that competition might work in the
S jates, but it sure wouldn't work very well here if Panamanian busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen tried to compete with US commies. Their bulging billfolds
wjmld shrink right away, and they're not about to see that happen.
i Look Around
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ICED MILK, ANYONE? Mark Marcihkowski, 12, wears an
jpen-mouthed look of dismay and his cat, Ginger,- turns away
With disgust after 10-bclow weather froze their breakfast milk
in Milwaukee, Wis.
830 Xa. fianamd 1090 Xa. Colon
By VICTOR RIESEL
Am d the crash of brick-shatter
ed store Iron, plate glass Win
dows, tne acrid smoke ol strange
nres and the stomach-sickening
stench oi tiny stink bombs, some
Teamster ofucials have collected
millons of dollars from restaur
ateurs and uvern owners under
a system devisei by Jim Hoffa s
Ohio war lord, one William Pres
For some the juke boxes make
music, for the Teamster locals
se up under Presser's directiin
and tutelage, they made unac
countable inilions by terroriz ng
the two-billion dollar coin machine
industry and the five-billion dol
lar restau-ant field.
Admir ng mobsters came from
ail par.s uf the na.ion to Ueve
land to study under Professor
Preser, president of Teamste: Joi
Council 41 (all Cleveland locals)
president of the Ohio Conference
of Teamsters; president of Local
555 (the Taxi Drivers), and pres
cient of the Teams ers National
Over-the Road con e'ence covering
tens of thousands of truck drivers
speeding anywhere in the U.S.
from city to city.
Presser has o her dist inguished
titles president of the Teams er
Year Book trustee of several multi-million
dollar Teamster Welfare
Funds and administrator of Local
114 (the Bakeij Drivers).
Yet Presser found time to be
account execut ve in charge of the
money machines. Know his sys system
tem system and you know the patte-n of
what the McClellan Commit!1 ee
and its counselor Bob Kennedy are
exposing this month.
Presser simply tormeo an asso
ciation of juke box distributors.
He then waited in his office for
tavern keepers and res aurateurs
to come and ask for music boxes.
If they didn't, then ihe boys would
simply arr ve at the bistros with
glistening new music maker
and install .t. And out came the
old music maker suppl ed by those
who tried to compete, with the as-
sociaton. Then all had to join
Presser's Teamster local.
Those who serviced the ma
chines paid the so-called union at
least $50 a month in dues and as assessments.
sessments. assessments. Regular dues were five
dollars. Then every time a service
man went out on a job, he paid
the unon a buck a machine. This
money, however, actually came
out of the pockets of the employ employers
ers employers via a complex rou e.
The service man simply charg charged
ed charged the eate-y owner the same a a-mour.t
mour.t a-mour.t he pa ;d his union.
But don't think Bro.her Press
er an unimaginative piker. This
was just tile start of the take. He
enrolled tha iuke box owners (the
distributors) as! members of the.
unit, iw. iui uijs p.ivuege mey
paid f fty, cen s a month for each
machine, and in the Cleveland a a-rea
rea a-rea there were well over 20,000
machines at tha last oount five
Now comes Ihe restaurant own owner's
er's owner's turn. He pays a buck a month
for a juke box, seventy-five cen's
lot' a game or pin ball machine
apd two bits for a cigarette d s s-penser.
penser. s-penser. It wa& such a fine income
that when Prefser wen' into To Toledo
ledo Toledo he thought he could do bet better
ter better and raised the union members
dues to $25 a month and all oth other
er other rates proportionately.
This patte-n has been repeated
in most of the coun'ry's b g cities
so the McClellan Committee de decided
cided decided to look into it, since the
combine could also control the
restaurant industry without any
waste of terror.
Back in Sep'ember, Presser
proved that, for a while anyway,
the empire was unassailable. When
the committee demanded the rec records
ords records of the unions and councils he
leads, Presser just couldn't find
them. Thousands of bank records,
cancelled checks, minutes, retire retirement
ment retirement fund bocks, correspondence,
bills, day books, pay-oil data, not notices
ices notices of loans nd disbursement
books had simply d;sappeared.
The Teamster juke box local
ruled the vast music making and
gaming industry in Cleveland and
Presser ruled the local despi'e all
these exposures. Recently the
Teamster monitors asked provi provisional
sional provisional president Hoffa to fire sum summarily
marily summarily some 60 union officials
with Presser high n the list. Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa d;d not move.
Now that the moni'ors have had
their power reinforced by the Fed-e-al
court, they again will ask
Hoffi to move against the juke box
combine. If Hoffa doesn't, then
this will be one of the points in
the monitors' demand that Judge
F. Dickinson Letts remove Hoffa
and his entire high command.
"At Last! THere Starting to Be Reasonable'
In spite of their great weight
elephants are very good swim
mere. When they come to
deep river, they can cross it
easily. The mother elephants
either carry the young on their
backs or carefully guide 'them,
with their trunks. Elephants
are very fond ef water and
they bathe at every chance.
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NEA Sarjrict, Jnc,
Elsa, The Friendly Lioness
by BOB RUARK
MOROTO, Uganda, East Africa
I was up to no real constructive
business in the Kenya desert, a
place called Kinna in the north northern
ern northern frontier, the other day, and a
man came into camp with a note
for a basically shy, timid chap
like me. It said:
"Elsa, my tame lioness, has re
cently been released on the river
at Duigie Kaite Rockj about a mile
and a half below the crossing of
the Kinna Tharake tract.
'Please avoid camping In that
area, as Elsa is extremely friend friendly
ly friendly and might walk into the tent.
"Should she appear unexpected
ly in a camp or at a car, there is
no cause for alarm. She will mere merely
ly merely wish to make friends, in which
case the best thing to do is give
her a large piece of meat and
quietly move away.
"Shots fired In hearing distance
are quite likely to attract her, al also.
so. also. It would be much appreciated
if you would k:ndly refrain from
shooting any lions In the vicinity
of the area described, as I am ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly anxious for Elsa to join
up with a lion and there appears
to be only one male near here.
"George Adamson, Senior Game
Warden, Northern Frontier Dis District."
trict." District." Now, heaven knows, I do not
wish to shoot any lions, or lioness lionesses
es lionesses either, but as I saw four lions
that morning (none of which was
Elsa) I got to worrying a little
How, I wondered, will I know
that a fully mature lioness is El Elsa,
sa, Elsa, who only wants to play? How
big a piece of meat will I carry
with me at all times, so I can
quietly go away when foi'''
weigh ng about 250 pounds, equip equipped
ped equipped with fangs and claws, wants
to make friends with me?
I know Mr. Adamson, a nice man
with a beard, and lover of all wild
animals, but I believe even Mr.
Adamson was a little shook up
one night when Elsa came home
from a promenade to case the loc
al fellows and brought a boy
friend (wild) into the tent. I should
find this rather unsettling to an
already jangled nervous sytem.
I presented this business of the
identification of Elsa to my com
paoions, ana we arrived at no sa
I have always gotten along fair fairly
ly fairly well with cats, including one
Sees Crisis Unless
Sugar Prices Rise
TAIPEI, Feb. 14 (UPI) Natio
nalist China faces an imminsnt
economic crisis if world sugar
pnees remain low, the genera.
manager of the government own owned
ed owned Taiwan Sugar Corp.. declared.
Manager Leo Pao Hua painted
a gloomy picture of the worn !u !u-gar
gar !u-gar market brought about by in increased
creased increased production.
He told a news conference that
Formosa's export sugar losses this
year, might run as high as tl3.5
This potential loss represents
nealy half of nationalist China's
1958 favorable trade balance of
$37 million, he said.
Leo told newsmen that increas
ed sugar production in Cuba fol
lowing the termination of the Cu
ban revolution and bumper harv
est of European sugar are caus
ing an oversupply and forcing
down world prices.
In addition, Formosa expected
to harvest a record sugar crop of
950 metnc tons this year, he said.
The world sugar conference to
which nationalist China belongs
requires member states to reauoe
export quotas if world sugar pn
ces fall below 3.25 (U.S.) cents per
pound on account of surplus sup
New York sugar quotations are
now around 3.1 cent per pound,
He said if the price remains be below
low below par until Feb. 19 the World
Sugar Conference will call ai
tm lAAisaful ....J i.
....... .v.uKu vuicum; out u
Iseems to me that you can take
1 Viia -1 1 I I
una laL-iuvuiB miuMic hn t
1 ... t, VJX xi.
A lion in your lap ain't no Siamese
1-14-.- 117 J..U. i
KjAicu. we aecaaw we woulrt all
keep large pieces' of meat handy,
m case Elsa did show up, and we
would certainlv tuvt .... ..
tential boy fnends, and when a
uuiicss siuck ner nose out of a
bush the other oy a friend o'
mine said, "My, what t large hye hyena.
na. hyena. And we did not dissuade him
because this might very well have
been Elsa, seeking human com companionship.
panionship. companionship. But as time wore on the meat
ve kept handy for Elm got lit little
tle little gamy, and you can only shoot
so many things on a license, so
ve picked up Mr. Auamson's con con-muniaue
muniaue con-muniaue anrf
When we came to the last part of
,.-.s.F we Knew we na
U made. We packed up the tents
and luecace and annm mil
, : O mat ivuil,
ami quietly moved away.
As far as I know, Elsa still
roams freely, and may even now
be knitting things for twins, be because
cause because there was a big male and
lour young sort of sailor types in
It will be fun to learn some year
hOW all Of tfUa'e rAmunnn nr, fk.
plains turns out, but we'd better
nave a large piece of meat han handy.
dy. handy. Derails vn tam.
... w vn.iic UI1IC393
have been known to fcet hungry
iu a Hungry iion is not exactly
l Fashion vSp
Kv fihSMnlA ijl
WlL LUCHO AZCARAGA f
rfj EVERY MONDAY IE I
fa l A:
ill 6:30 10 7:00 p,m' ul
ill VOUR COMMUNITY NETWORK ffl
r 130 Kilocycles unn 1090 Kilocycles J
PANAMA nOU COLON Jf vf;
Large Groups Need
Permission To Use
Summit Picnic Area
Because Of the nnnnlarit nf
Summit Gardens and the lar.e
number of visitors, especially dur during
ing during the dry season, organisations
or laree narties denfrinff tn int-
the picnic areas, should request
permission wen in advance, it
has been announced by the Com Community
munity Community Services Division.
ABDlicationx xhnulrl h maAi In
writine bv a rnnnhil vffipr
oi we anai one organization
desiring to use the Gardens
Forms are available at the Com Community
munity Community Services Division office
They should be sent to the Chief
of the Community Services Divi Division,
sion, Division, Drawer 8, Balboa Heights,
Written applications muit h re
ceived at least seven working
aays in aavance ot tne date re reservation
servation reservation is requested. Approval
will be made in -writing to vhe
first eligible applicant whose request-is
Tours of school children with
responsible adult supervision,
scheduled adult tours, and small
family or informal groups will
not be required to make an applt applt-cation.
cation. applt-cation. Tours for children will be
limited normally to Mondays
: Printepl ground fUies to be ob
served by visitors to the Gardens
ara distributad tn n vi.
These rules Inform visitors that
ina curang oi punts without spe specific
cific specific permission U strictly forbid forbidden:
den: forbidden: grounds should n nr v..
uttered after picnics; and waiks
""wya snouia De tiled at
11 Umes to avoid tramplini the
plants: and amait rhiiifr-n wtn
not be allowed to roam the Gar
WASHINGTON Presldenli El
senhower has been letting -some
interesting Ud-biu) drop at his
breakfasts with Republican Urti
gressmen. They range trora por
trait : painting r to balancing the
budget, to tne sbmeimes ; dour
visaae of Horberi' Hoover
Regarding the' budget, Ike has
let it be knows that he was not as
optimistic, privately, about balanc
ing it as he has been pubUciy.
it was Charlie Halleck of India
na, the new GOP House leadei;
who precipitate 1 Ike's .budget
views by reminding him that it
would be extremely difficulty if no!
impossible,, to thwarf Democratic
demands for greate? spending for
missues ana aeiense,w?w.-
There would also be trouble
holding down Congressional spend
ing for housing, rivers and harb
ors, flood control, and farm price
supports, tne President was told.
"Everyone in Congress wants lo
economize at the: expense, of the
other fellow, w' remark! one brak-
fast guest, 4Nobody is willing to
sacrifice his own pet projects.
That's the chief problem of keep
kng the budge balanced.
aidn" seem to appreciate
"Well, toen, Congress is out of
tune with avecent Galluo ooll."
ne remaned, ."it; showed tnat tne
general public flavored cuts all
down the line in nondefense spend
ing and that the public wants us
to balance the budget."
-WHITH HOUSE ART
Conaresswoman Edith Nourse
Rogers of Massachusetts got on
to more personal maHers by in
forming th president that she had
awakened at ;3,:30,;,a.m.
'I was so anxious to be on time
tor this jbeakjfastf that I didn't
wait ror ;my',aiara ciock to ; go
on, she reported.
"By he way,' she asked, "have
your efforts to encourage the arts,
by giving painting kits to the
White House staff, been success
fui? I da not;see any ev4dence of
it around here -and Tr have "been
wondering if this gift lo your staf
nad produced any results," prod
ded Mrs. Rogers.
The President replied that, ex
cept for his own amateur efforts
won the brush ana easel, ne naa
not. heard of any budding aimst
imoiif the Whita House-staff.
"While we art' on thts subject,
you may nave observed that we
have a new portrait of former
President Herbert Hoover be in
the White House," he said. "The
old por'rait. which was here when
I became President, and which I
never considered a true likeness
ed Hoover,, recently was remov removed."
ed." removed." -v.- ;:a ..,:;:,
Note The ; old Portrait of the
ex-Presjdent i was painted ,fhen.
ho looked a ,if he was worrying
over the depression which marred
the latter days of his administra administration.
NEGRO PAGK BOY
Silver-crested Congressman Bar
rett O'Hara of Chicago undoubted
ly meant well in bringing a Negro
boy to serve as page in the House
of Representatives, but he could
have saved the boy a heartache
and his colleagues a lot of head headaches
aches headaches ir he had appointed a color colored
ed colored page so Tie time ago instead of
bis own grandson.
The appointment of pages, Ca Capitol
pitol Capitol policemen, doorkeepers, ele elevator
vator elevator operators and other employ employes,
es, employes, of which there are some 100
on Capitol Hill, is. made according
to political patronage. When there's
an opening and it's a Congress Congressman's
man's Congressman's turn to make an appoint appointment,
ment, appointment, he can appoint anyone he
wishes. The appointee must be
competent, but no examination is
required as in a Congressman's
apr-'itmenk of youngsters to West
Po' ox Annaipolis. v
A few years ago, Mr. O'Hara,
the Congressman who brought
James Johnson, Jr., to Washing Washington
ton Washington to become a page, had an o
pening for a page boy. Whereup Whereup-on.
on. Whereup-on. according to his colleagues,
Q'Hara appointed, not a Negro,
out his owu kVAnaoon.
Beiore he drought iames John John-son
son John-son -o Wahingj)a from Chicago
ne telepnonea Congressman, Tad
Walter ot Jeuiisylvama, in charge
oi House pa.ronage. v
'V1 send Wm," Walter 'wanf
eay ihere la no vacancy. It witf
only cause ;, confusion and ; but ;
WaUar has appointed Negroes U
every post4 m the ..Capua!, thi
Hoube pos utticetioorketper? ele elevator
vator elevator oper-'tors. He also desegre.
ti ted the ,tpi oi page boy i'
school five, years ago. Neither the
Senate nor the -House patronage
committee ha any idea who tha
boy aire, or the" color of i.iheir
skins. When thej are recommend
ed by a Congressman and, it's his
turn for a vacancy,, his recomv
mended appointee, gets the job.
f-WHAT'$-N A -NAME?-- ;
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i Capitol Hill's punsters' have vol volunteered
unteered volunteered to: help" House: ? leaders
find annm i.-ij.f rUni'mnn tn t a
-rr-,.w1 yuuni iv sicsu
some of the- newi, suhcomhiit eesi
Here are thcriioinineet)u v4?
I innn PAntiMl TT-I ..
' VVUM'Ul- tunc oiflSa6!
(D,; W. VahRiver and Stawama
Mendel Rivers D, S.C-wiOi
Overton Brooks h(P.rl, f.
chairman; Weather-Albert Rains
(D., Ala.); Highways and Bridges
-George RhooeV (D., Pa, L-with
Herman Toll (D.;; Pa.), ccchair.
man; inflation Mel Price (D;,
HI.); GamblingCarltoaJUoser CD',
Tenn.J; Religion Sam Deyine R.;
Ohio) and Marguerite rhurch (R:,-1
111. ), co-chairman; : Ceme'eries t t-Frank
Frank t-Frank Coffin (p;,. Me.) a n A...
Charles Diggs (D.r Mich), :
chairman: -, Artillarv -ici ri
Cannon (D., Ma.);; Flood, Control
-Dan Flood (D., Pa. J;-1 Fisheries
-0. C. Fisher (PHt Tex)r Bag.v
gage Handling Charles Porter (Di 1
Calif. ) ; Dayliglifc Saving ;fime
Paul Kilday,- (D.', -TexJiFood'
Consumptio n Page Belcher (R
Okla.); Drinking Wat? L. H..
Fountain (D N.C.); Motherhood
Walter Mumma R., Pa.);
Banking Ludwis Tel'er (D.'N.Y.l
Rock and HolI Emilia Daddaria
(D., Conn.). i r -f-.
Note Congressman Diggs oi
Michigan incidentally is the son of
an under' aker. -
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NO COMMENT One-year-old
Matt Kitchins finds can canvas
vas canvas by Australian,. Patsy Foard
sobering experience, Paint Paint-ing
ing Paint-ing was displayed at the Com-1
mon wealth Institute in London I
f ANKER RUNS AGROUND
. SAID, U-Ai, (UPI) i
An 8,000-ton Norwegian tankeT
ran aground in the Sues Canal
yesterday, delaying, a 14 ship
convoy sailing south to Sues and
the Red Sea. The freighter Jain Jain-fa
fa Jain-fa crunched into the mud near
Kantara, halfway between Port
Said and Ismtilis, ;
Answer to Prevtout Pl)!
1 Mother tWagtrs
Hubbard's S Region
cupboard was j- -ereund
S In Mistress 4 Finished
Mary's garden t Estop
(See ".. 6 Number,.
la "Emeral? We" ReWnti of
13 Century plant s'Y
u j, Birds
17 Tune is Blackboard
18 Wiser partner
IB Old-timer 20 Be,i ,iyt
21 Double jj wash lightly
you! ; v (4 and,
S3 Sun tortoise
it Moral wrongs
, it Streams
il Peril J
- ta Panittta
Ctt Pieces out out-41
41 out-41 CompiM point
41 Spare the-
, and spoil the
, 44 Wiles i
' 4 Interpret
' RS da
88 What Simple
68 Light brown
28 Jewiih service
30 High cards
il A child
40 Kind ot fig
48 Trading plac
47 Hip bona
48 Italian rivf
65 Uke two peal
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MONO AY, FEBRUARY 1, 1959
tat PAJNAMA AMtKlCA AH XStflOriLHUtMt UhlLt NfcWoAiiiA
J -7, ':,' II i- if
v V f 7 ' V
KOTC CADETS RECEIVE RECOILLESS RIFLE TRAINING A
Sgt. Darsnekand an unidentified assistant.
They Just Play
Arid Don't Listen
y DICK KLEINER
NEW vYORK (NEA) Being
part of a two-piano i team ,. takes
concentration. 'You have to play
Four part and 'not worry about the
Champion concentrators, as well
as champion duo-pianists, are Art
Ferrante and Lou Teicher, who
can be si, long-hair, ts you want
or play pop with the best of them.
Their' current album, H'Ferrante
and Teicher with- percussion,' is
a good jsamplR- of .-their 'expert
About theiri;conceirlrating. They
can keefr'theirMhiiida on" their
work" Wsuch a; extent 4hat they
can have, their "panos dovetailed
an45e"practicing. two different
piecf? mithmit bothering. aqh oth oth-.erijiey
.erijiey oth-.erijiey i car also,,' conversely,
practice theiti individual parts at
home, roUesvaway from each oth other,
er, other, heia come together and play
as one umtt"-r
Ttly'v, neen playing together
for n, years, protesstonaiiy, ana,
in lBittimeV;htfveAeven come to
look ssJike., Both are' medium-sized,
dark, -wear horn-rimmed glasses
and-have? an afi? of juvenile owlish owlish-nesrf
nesrf owlish-nesrf about themi They are ex extremely
tremely extremely serious abqut their music,
but not about themselves."
One; of their, most popular feat feat-uresis
uresis feat-uresis their :''prepared piano," a
device whereby, hev' insert little
blocks tof glass,?, irubber, plastic,
sandpaper and other material eith either
er either onvtop of or in-between the p'a p'a-nos'
nos' p'a-nos' strings. This' changes the
loundVin many ways, and creates
They were coming back from
England, after a recent tour, and
all these odd-looking blocks were
in Teicher's suitcase. All the way,
over "On the" plane he worried a a-.
. a-. bout what he'd say to the customs
in8pecto?sabcrut them, how he could
explain? what they "were, doing in
a trans-Atlantic traveler's luggage.
He .needn't, have worried. The
inspector,.:iknew Ferrante and
Teicher, picked up the blocks and
ai4,: "So that's how you do it."
Ferrante and -,Teicher, classically-trained
. musicians, spice up
their concerts with pop numbers
"because we like nop music."
It's ar refreshing attitude.
Betty -Johnson,, the pretty little
blonde with the pretty "big voice,
may have a hit in her new record,
"I Want a good Home for My
Cat," oa, Atlantic
The song is the product of three
writers. One i? mt husband, Char
lie Grean, :Who also wrote novel novelties
ties novelties such as "The Thing," Anoth Another
er Another is arranger Johnny Murphy.
The third is the point of this little
item he's Ralph Bess, who gen generally
erally generally makes ha l ving as a Copy
researcher in the big advertising
.agency; "Voung and Rubicam.
So the cat is probably, one pf
those gray flannel ad .alley cats.
' Ever havl a yen
songs h on a record?
V "'' s-'
Lou Teicher Art Ferrante
your chance, through' a promotion
ai gimmick Nfor a new widen
Crest release. After the' success
of their "And the Banjos Sing,' a
rousing sing-along album, they've
decidecf to issue a follow-up. L
' At record stores -around the
country, 'you'U be able td -vote for
what s'onfis' you'd. lik tBaVe 'in
this second album.' According to
president Clark Gatehouse, if you
pick any one of the 12 tunes that
ultimately will be recorded, you 11
get a free copy of the album when
back with another good one on
Roulette, "Better. Loved You'll
Never Be,". Others: "Who Cares"
(Don Gibson, RCA); "Meloilie
Perdue" (Dalida, Felsted); "She
Say" (The D'amonds, Mercury);
"Drifting" (David Alien,. WB);j
Watermelon Heart" (Henri Rene,'
RCA); "Hummin the Blues Over
You '(Brenda Lee, Decca); "The
Barney ooele March (Sauter-
FineEan Doodletowr Fifers, Kapp);
I Wish I Knew (Georgia Carr,
Odds and ends on new pop al
bumsa fine group of folk and
modern folk songs on "Jimmy
Crack Corn,", on Kapp, sung en engagingly
gagingly engagingly by Bill Hayes; the sexi sexiest
est sexiest cover in a long time is on
MM's "This One Is the Toni,"
featuring the lovely? Toni Carroll,
and she sings beautifully, too; Co
lumbia has "Benny in Brussels,'
featuring. Goodman as he perform
ed at the World's Fair last sum
mer; television background music
comes into Its own with RCA's
"The Music From Peter Gunn,'
composed- and conducted by Hen Henry
ry Henry Mancini; a unique album is
Dot's "And Baby Makes Three,"
on which pediatrician Dr. John
Kruglick talks to new parents a a-bout
bout a-bout baby care, and the jacket is
full of hints on. diapers, formulas
Two good recent classical piano
releases on RCA, Byron Janis,
with Munch and the Boston Sym Symphony,
phony, Symphony, plays "Rachmaninoff's Con Concerto
certo Concerto No. 3 in D-Minor; on Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, Eugene Istomin, with Orjnan Orjnan-dy
dy Orjnan-dy and the Philadelphia Orches Orchestra,
tra, Orchestra, plays Beethoven's Emperor
FORM PERMANENT GROUP
MANILA (UPI) The United
States and The Philippines have
formed a permanent body to' co coordinate
ordinate coordinate the activities of thek in intelligence
telligence intelligence agencies here, it was
group'of RO'l'C Cadets from' Cristobal !igh School get" lpstructions
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BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
( NORTH II
East South Wett North
3 Pass Pass Double
Pass .4 -Pass Pass v
Opening lead 8
East had a "good pr-emptive
bid but Mrs. Ben Fain of Hous
ton who sat North had too much
to be shut ouA She doubled and
Homer Mason "of San Antonio
made a gambling four-spade bid.
He only had four spades to the
jack but he knew that Mrs. Fain
would not double without good
East' and West took two hearts
and a club quickly and a second
club lead left Homer 'in dunimy.
He decided that East's pre-empt
indicated a singleton or at a best
a worthless donbletohvin spades.
Hence he tame to his own hand
by ruffing a th ird club and led the
jack of spades. West could do no
better than cover and Homer won
in dummy. Back in his own hand
with the ace of diamonds, Homer
led the -nine of spades.' West duck ducked
ed ducked so did Homer. Another spade
lead took care of West's-ten spot
and Homer made his' contract.
The hand was played at the Lone
Star tournament in Houston and
the top score contributed to a po popular
pular popular victory for Mrs. Fain and
It was a nicely bid and played
hand, but some thanks must go
to the pre-emptive bid which had
bounced back and hit East in the
Q The bidding1 has been;
East South West North
1 4 Double Pass 1 4
You, South, hold:
AQJ6 VAQ75 4AK9t 5
, What do you dot
. A Bid four spades. Tour part part-!
! part-! tier may not make it bat you will
i always feel yon were very un-
lucky if be doesn't.
j TODAY'S QUESTION
Again you have doubled one
, ciud ana your partner has re responded
sponded responded one spade. This time
AKJ106 AKQ95 4! 44
I Answer Tomorrow
New shipment in
White House Nixes Horseman's Plea
For Short Interview With President
'.' WASHINGTON (UPI) Jim
Gergory, 26-yearold farm hand
from Kingsburg, Calif., is finding
out that it's harder, to see the
President than to' ride 3,400 .miles
'; Gregory exhausted four, horses
and spent nine months riding
across the country plugging high highway
way highway safety. But he made no head
way fast in his attempts to meet
The White House flatly refused
his reques yeserday for an ap
. Friday morning Gregory" called
at American Legion headquarters
for help. Gregory is Korean war
veteran and was told tney got
people who can steer you right."
But the right people apparently
weren't there when he walked in.
No luck either when he tried
to reach the American Automo
bile iAssn's.v Highway Safety Cour
Thett he sought help from Rep
james a. uk n-uaiii.;. jbui uu
said he was the wirong congress congressman.
man. congressman. Utt said Gregory's congress congressman
man congressman was B. F. Sisk (D-Calif.). But
But Gregory couldn't reach Sisk
"So ar I haven't made any
headway at all," he said after his
f rst efforts. "The least the Pres President
ident President can do is see me for three
minutes . I'd a went home a
long time ago if it weren't for a
He -tried to arrange an appoint
ment by phone after going to a
hotel (his horse :is staying at a
stable across town). White House
aides said it would be impossi
ble. Gregory said he's not giving
up until he's tried a congress
man and- a senator or two.
Gregory started out from Hol Hollywood.
lywood. Hollywood. Calif., on his first horse.
Nadine, mostly for adventure. But
he said he became sold on high
way safety en route. His father
On Miami Hotel
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 14 (UPI)
Actress-singer Dorothy Lamour
revetled here yesterday that she
had settled a ?1 million law suit a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a Miami hotel out of court.
The suit against the Monte Cr Cr-lo
lo Cr-lo Hotel was settled for an undis
Miss Lamour said her attorney,
Murray Sams, Jr., of Miami, no notified
tified notified her that an' agreement had
been reached Thursday and the
settlement concluded yesterday.
The suit resulted from a knee in
-jury Miss Lamour said she receiv
ed while appearing in an act at
the Hotel Feb. 4, 1958.
She said she suffered the inju injury
ry injury when she tripped coming off a
rise on which a piano had been
placed contrary to her contract
Miss Lamour said the Weaken Weakened
ed Weakened knee caused her to fall and
break her ankle later.
dho tha new
from C Co. 1st BG instructor
was killed in a highway accident
"Nadine carried him &s far as
North Carolina. He got Trigger at
Raleigh, and later, after selling
Trigger at a charity auction, was
given Miss Greensboro. This bay
mare was replaced at Henderson,
N.C., by Whirtey-Whirler.
Gregory hopes to reach New
York in another month and a half.
Then he plans to head home y
airplane, get married, settle down,
and write a book.
By 2 Congressmen
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16-(UPI)
Sen. James E. Murray (D-Mont.)
and Rep. John D. Dingell (D-
Mich.) today sponsored bills to
set up a national health insurance
The program would be financed
by equal contributions by employ
ers and employes of 1 12 per cent
of earnings, but not more than $90
per year. Benefits would include
up to 60 days hospitalization a
year at the outset.
Hangs Over Parley
Of CIO-AFL Council
SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico (UPI)
AFL-CIO deanup forces might
suffer a double setback when the
mersed labor federation's execu
tive council opens its midwinter
meetine here today.
Informed labor observers said
there was a fair chance the oust
ed International Longshoremen's
Assn. (ILA) would win the first
round in its fight to re enter the
They said there also appeared
little likelihood the council would
vote to expel Maurice A. Hutche
son as an AFL-CIO vice president
or otherwise discipline his 8o0,
000-member United Brotherhood of
Carpenters and Joiners.
The ILA was ejected from the
AFL in 1953 for corrupt leader
Hutcheson was asked to come
to the meeting to explain charges
that he was involved in a hign
way land swindle in Indiana on
which he has been indicted. He
rejected the invitation.
However, it appeared likely th
council would not go so far as
expelling him from the vice pres presidency
idency presidency for fear his whole union
The council was expected to be
gin to.lav by discussing union
reform legislation with Labor
Secretary James P. Mitchell.
Mitchell faces tough question
ing from some labor leaders who
charge the Eisenhower adminis administration
tration administration bill shows anti-labor bias
and political motivation.
The council's members want to
At Staff Mtins
At a recent meeting ot tne com
missioners SUtt oi uie inienvauu inienvauu-nai
nai inienvauu-nai Rnv Scouts of the Canal Zone,
held at Rainbow City during the
nast week, a discussion of the
Local Council's Annual Camporee
held the latter part, of January
woe fotiir(l with a "critique" in
which the Scout Executive Ray
mond George complimented ali
the nfficr& and 1 ders for tne
success of the camporee.
Constructive criticism was also
nffwed bv the Scout Executive re
garding certain faulty phases of
the program with a view to effect effect-In
In effect-In e lmDrovement on the overall
activities of ail luture camporees
A joint meeting of the commis
sioners' Staff and the Scouters
Council from both the Atlantic and
Pacific Districts was planned at
the Santa Cruz S e r v c e center
to review all aspects of the past
camporee. All leaders wno wotk
with troops of the organisation
have been invited to attend this
Girl Scouts Mt
At Rainbow City
The annual meeting of the Ca
nal Zone Council, International
Oirl Scouts of the Canal Zone,
held at the Rainbow City High
School on last Sunday was both in
terestinig and inspiring. High Highlighting
lighting Highlighting the session was a talk on
leadership given Dy Mrs. merce
des L. Stone. National Cemmis
sioner of "Muchachas Guias of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, who was special guest of
Other important features of the
meeting were Hie annual report
of the Executive Director Mrs.
Una Genore, giving an over all
pictures of the organization's ac
tiviities during 1958: reports from
the district chairmen and other
committees of the organization.
Convene, Predict US
Foreign Oil Curbs
SAN JRANCISCO, Feb, 16 (UP1V
The American Insittitf of Miff
inc. Metallurgical and Petroleum
Engineers opened its annual con
vention here today witn some
000 delegates on hand for the five five-day
day five-day meeting.
Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg, Chancel Chancellor
lor Chancellor of the University of California,
delivered and adress On "This Nu
clear Age" at a welcoming lun luncheon.
cheon. luncheon. Dr. Augustus B. Kinzel of
New York, AIME President, pre
Some 400 technical papers will
be presented during tne conven convention,
tion, convention, affording the latest develop developments
ments developments and views in many branches
of the profession and the minerals
Howard C. Pyle, President of
the Monterey Oil Company of Los
Angeles, said yesterday President.
Eisenhower is expected to pro
claim curbs on imports of foreign
oil within two weeks.
He said present foreign imports
are equal to arxmt 22 per cent of
domestic production, but that the
quota would be cut to about 14 per
cent, Pyle said the Administration
would make the import cuts ef
fective March 1.
The Medical Association of the
Isthmian Canal Zone will meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening at Gorgas Hospi
After a buffet, the scientific pro program
gram program on "Cancer Survey on Can Canal
al Canal Zone Women" will be presented
by Dr. I. J. Strumpf and Dr. h.
pin down Mitchell's views on
whether picketing and boycott re restraints
straints restraints should be in any reform
WISHES SPEEDY RECOVERY
LONDON (UPI) British For Foreign
eign Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lioyd has
sent a message to ailing U. S.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles wishing him a speedy re re-Aworv
Aworv re-Aworv it was announced
The visit of Lady Baden Powell,
wife of the founder of the Scout
movement, the late Lord Baden
Fowell, who is due to arrive on
the Isthmus in July,: was also dis
cussed and a tentative program
planned to welcome her.
Senior Girl Scouts Pauline Mc Mc-Farlane
Farlane Mc-Farlane and Elana Winter, who
have been selected for a two-week
visit to Our Cabana in Mexico in
August, as represent "tives of the
organization on scholarship
grants by the West Hemisphere
Center of the World Association
of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts of
New Ydrk were presented.
The session also approved the
selection of Mrs. Lulitta McFar McFar-quhar
quhar McFar-quhar and Miss Clara the Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners Conference of the
World Association of Girl Guides
and Girl Scouts to be held at Our
Cabana, Mexico, beginning Feb.
The meeting concluded with the
nomination and election of offic
ers for the new term. Mrs. Lulitta
McFarquhar remains at resident
Miss Clara Wattley, vlce-nresi-
dent; Mrs. Edith Walker, secrets
ry: Sylvester D. Callender, treas
urer. Following the induction of
the officers-elect by Mrs. Stone,
the assembly went to the banquet
hall for the annual dinner. Rev.
John A. Spalding offered the in
vocation annd Cyril D. Atherley
the closmg prayers.
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOUR!
th BIO Inning
fd fcifli. fittfc box.
FREE WEEKLY RAFFLE
THIS WEEK'S LUCKY WINNERS
Trlbanal de Menores
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Patrick V .Sylvester
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Where You Can Double Your Money
SSNTRY OF THE MONTK
Marine Cpl. Glennard E.' Booze
of Jamaica, N.Y., was named
"Marine Sentry of the Month"
by visiting and regular passers-
by of his post at the Rodman t
Naval Station. Booze, recently
married to Miss Lorenza West of. V
Colon, was awarded a meritori meritorious
ous meritorious mast. (Navy Photi))u ?
LAUNCH DRIVE ON BEGGARS
KARACHI (UPI) City polfct.
have launched a drive to clem
beggars off Karachi's streets. Tht
chief commissioner announced tha -'
crackdown netted 255 beggars dur during
ing during the final week of January,
, Aathmt ud Bronchitis attack nil
rant le, undormln your itrength.
nd waakan your heart. Mondte
a tart to work through your blood t
overcome asthma and bronchitis at attack.
tack. attack. It help dlaaolv itranflinf mu mu-u
u mu-u and promotes free, easy braath braath-1n(.
1n(. braath-1n(. Menoico'i action i effective Te
in old and stubborn case. Get Men Men-dice,
dice, Men-dice, from any druretore today and
how much better you Bleep and
reathe tonight, and how much better :
you will feel tomorrow. Mendee
flghta diaeomfortt of Mthma,
fMUa and Hay ferer.
, The most wonderful
does it best.
'yff'lM:'tar- ever .made
S aJflk a M a
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- xn power ikiu hi ior-
' w 1 ground holds the lelner
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drllting toacK into y n. fteUMtf 1(,rtl61l k elaan iW.eo wlth ftfllm rfind. 8h- Mg hfif ewn technlbUe, p.
YOUNG SALT Sailor John Bulford hoists his
three-month-old son Steven tot a first look at
him in Spithead, England. Stnven wbb on hand
to greet dad when his ship returned from an
extensive training cruise In the Mediterranean.
THlY'Rl BOTH CLOWNJ PorpoUos Susie (left) and Clown
perform a high ballet leap at the Miami, Fla,, Seaquarlum.
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omethin about jklini. Her mother. Mrs. Gordon McWade, helps her down that gentle slope in Newbury, N. H.
'REIN.-ING' TV QUEEN
THIS may coma as a
ahock to fans of the
television aeries Hav Gun,
Will Travel, but that
suave, quick-witted hero
Paladin lets a woman tell
hirA what to do. Tha wom woman
an woman Is actress Ida Luplno,
who "cracked the whip'
over Richard Boone (Pala (Paladin)'
din)' (Paladin)' and crew in a recent
episode of the high-rated
western. In the past 10
years, she has directed
seven feature movies and
six TV films, but even this
peppery star turned di -rector
wouldn't wateh a
bloody fist fight which the
script called for. "I just
let them ad-lib It," she ex ex-plained
plained ex-plained Although the cast
Ind Crew kidded her on
the set, Ida left no doubt
that she was the "trail
boss" of this western out outfit.
fit. outfit. Everybody from star
Richard Boone on down
carefully took her orders.
Ida should get a calling
card of her ewn nnw
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY U, l$5l
tmt PANAMA AMESICAN AN INDEPENDENT DATII NtWSPAPEB
oaai ana vsin
V Jd t U nuhJ kttfluut
WORTHY ADVISOR OP CRIITOlAk KAIN10W AIIIMILY
i .'.'!. ..l. .....'1 ilimJ liUotku Awlur ai
mill marpwwriTa; inillH l innaiin .1. -
tobal Asismbly Two, Orwr f the Rslnbew fr Oirls, at an speii In.
tallation of officer! hold in !Ko Cristobal Maoni Ttmplt. The group
vof moro than ISO attending included Rainbow Girls, OoMolay Boy,
tholr parent! and frlondi (rim btth alslei tha Jithmui.
Mill Milt Rinkln, who wa Omolofli hor Wrm "Worthy
AJulaM. k... i.t.iiir.. aMIaar. ... Othaf InttalllM fflltfl HMludod
Sandra Jono. marshal; Carla Moihw ehaplaln; Mr. Joan D.
Judot, P.VUk.i nwiwi Carol RrMland, orianiat; and -Mrs. Idwllt
C. Webster, guest soloist.
eaicuiies, rocneis u ;
wore UMd to deeeraw tha Afeu$
oiy Room rockets ; were plseed
.. i,.itu tt',mu and lane
stairs ifl ipproWiato colon
rtMed on Md of. rt t the
H WIS C1W J
baio of tha fioior Miioni. (
Mill aaieflw ,wai v iuulled
orthy Advisor, tha hifhait, off
(lea in tha Aiiambiy,. ai.ar ba ai
iieerted to tha altar bf'to a a-itallatioo
itallatioo a-itallatioo plfedgM Lby her liitw,
Mary Alice Eajelka. Al iht Bil Billed
led Billed the eoiflff atatiofl. each w tha
ifficers preseftteft ( her t with a
ipraof red carnation to .form t
souqW 'thy, Blded ajf
sooperltioa md luppert, lo vim.
The elevif eremony wm wriitan
AfftMtM vhn Will lerva wltm
Kin gelke.wera. theD Mm
aeludiflg Mar on .Leach, Worthy
Mioeiata fdvliSri CUa WhUe.
Charity 1 Iretie Meehan, Bopei
rudy Qriffofl, Tiithj Joan. Page,
aTorderi Brenda dolUna. toft.
jrer; Karen Coate, chaplan;
len Clute, driU leader? Marval
Davison. Lov! Ji?;
ion, religion! Buey Lee Mm Mm-Marlon
Marlon Mm-Marlon fm tk, Imfflonalityi An An-irea
irea An-irea Trreil, Pjtfelity 1 A.ephante
Greyer, satr otlim; Andra. Lee
K Wviees iiabeth MLar;
in, confidential bierveti Becky
IfeLcod, ou.ei observer, Imilv
Hearn, muiiciaa an4 Mary Alice
Snaeike, choir director.
Mm, Jean Sleakely waa elects
d to lerve a Mother Adv or.
Saltern Jtara and Maa'er Ma.
aom who have been a&po inted to
aerva on the 1859 Rainbow Advi
aery Board are.Mn. Peggy A,
fauth, Mm. Marine fiionr Mm.
Wilmt Crump, Mra. Jean D.
Judge, ,Mri. Marilyn Marih, Mri.
AuriliaD. Hadaritr Mrs. BevA?ly
F. Weems, Mrs. OlgaD. oe, MM.
Ann Pennock, MM, Bertha Brown
MM. Dorothy 1 Meehan, Mrs. yKl.
tal Clute, MrsiThaeseeyer,
Mm. Charia Roush;- Mri. Tommy
iT'L. Wrerr M?rleoi ""I"
MM. MaHMjJEuVSL,ommv JTotn and Harort! aliitt.)
.M. hthiu Mrs ? corviio Anuer
aon Mrs. Margaret Sblpieyt Mm
Vera Fattier, Mrs. Evelyn Johni
ton, Mm. Gladys Hufflphriy,
Mr. and Mrs., Ernest E. Fartl, Mr,
and Mm. John H. Leach and
John H, Leach, elected to serve
hi Rainbow Daddy, wai present presented
ed presented to the Assembly.
Al her first official act. aflef the
off iceri and Rainbow Board had
been installed Rita presented Bon Bon-nie
nie Bon-nie wkh her Past Worthy Advl Advl-acv'a
acv'a Advl-acv'a jewel, a gift from the As Assembly,
sembly, Assembly, Ehe then introduced the
Get the one and only
Votir Comniunily Network
tm Lu MHO 0 94 W U-. 0,00 0J.IO ml
, , ,
flrla Who have been appointed to
serve i substitutes during her
term: Diaha SmiJi. Sharon tooDer
term: Diaha SmlJi, Sharon cooper
fiuzaoetn ewiu, seveny uaorte,
carla Mtehan, Vlvki rettir, Pa Pamela
mela Pamela Johnston, Harriet Hewitt,
ue feartield, Slcabeh Pear Pear-son,
son, Pear-son, Pamela fheriot. Ann Me Me-Clelland
Clelland Me-Clelland and Rita Gayer,
. Mm. Webster wai guest sololUt.
nnnnuitlilal Kv fntnl HfiiUhH at
the. organ. la a humo-oua ceremo-
uy, wriuen try mri, ionn n. tacn
Mill Rankin wai taken on an
Imb wlnai-j tmm'fk Am infnaa ikat
lill tuaii mm n au ivit? ru uob iiic
Isthmus ou the "ghamrock fepe fepe-cill".
cill". fepe-cill". At the end of her trip, she
was presented wun a iram case,
gift Anih he. nflpari in inar.
slat oft of her work during the
pan lerm. ;
Mr. Engelke presented his
ilo.irtktor wllh a atal eA ftaflira
wood, suitably inscribed and tied
with rainbow r'hbon streamers, t
use duping her term of ofice.
Mm. ftfv A. Smith, on behalf
of Royal Palm Chapter No, i,
Order of the Eastern Star, which
nanaM tho flainbdw Atimblv.
preien'ed Mrs. Beverly Weems,
outgoing wotnei aqvisot, wtn a
aitl Mi fin.. 1m a a il .. j.i
ha tlwi mnn alfhful aarulna aha
gave to the Assembly dur fig the
past year, She was alio preien ed
the pollera ana mon'uno figurln-
i t e1 At nnra'atlnn lanm tha
officer and members of the As-
Mi'i. tiladv B. Humphrey.!
Cuanmin Oi .je .HSU Auvnoiyi
dOdru, pie&enieu service awarui
10 tlie gins wno nau eamou uteiu
ifl.a ba. .erm, i'ne touowing girii
woo nau eompie eu uieir amt
utti.s and eHruea tneir "Pot o
aoiu" were urettai toiiint, decay
MCLAOU. iiiana iiinitii, Josh Page
t.m ueorgta smun,
bpeciai guns liiirouuveu uui.iib
the evening .ncluueu m. p.eggy
bmitn anu a. crawtey, vtortny jm
roll auu muruiy rau'Jii 01 noyai
. t. . Li liS ..1.
ommy noun and riaro.u aiiia.i.
wortny Mflt.lnn ana Worthy Pd-
irw, of .Cofal Cahpter No. I,; U,b K.
Nancy Webster, wortny Advieor
Of Pedro Miguel Assembly No. 3
Order of the Rainbow for Girls;
Butch Frangioni, Ma'stev Council Council-ore
ore Council-ore of Pacific Chapter, Order of
DeMolay; Frank Baggot Jr, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Mas er Councilor-elec: Mrs.
Beverly Weems, outf o'flg Mothef
AdvUor of Cristobal Assembly;
Herbert O. Engelke, the new Wor Worthy
thy Worthy Advisor's father and her grand
father( Albert Wood,
Following the installation an in-
ReafhM yeu 8UFlc4lly ItlrilH
a Midi to stay Activity Ann
ttfittb tef up lo 4 months in ui I
Inhibits or dnthtyi ALL tyM
af itmii that fall aa er hold to tt t
Casal Jewelry Store
Central Avi. 16-107 Near Kuerii y Ui
lib. . i M
What s Your favorite
1 Oavid Constabli
fa'mal reception was held In the
banquet hall with Mrs. Ernest
l. arid aa cha-rmaii, itM -ueb
had wa in charge o. the a.trac-
tive doeotauoni in Uie Assembly
Ofr Wong Spoak
Af Mooting Tomorrow
Di.' juuu vu.ik, wiuminent sur
geon n Panama, Will 0 guest
4taer a. a meeting 01 iQ au au-f
f au-f ufl AUar-KOsary soc.e y tomorrow
evening a a at Sacred Heart Cha
pel Parian iiau in Aneon.
Hll Subject Will be "GennMl Cofl'
ceota in itlalltmant Diaeasa"
Memoeri sia urged 10 b.'.g
guests 10 ids nweuflg. au m.er m.er-eated
eated m.er-eated women are invi.ed to atteno.
Meets With Mri. Hidalgo i
Mary-BaMeu Circle 01 the Qftitt
boa union Cliuceh met last week
at the home ot Mrs. Juan Hldalao
in an jrrancieco ae u taieta, :
Mrs. J. R. Campbell, chairman,
presided at the meeting, and Mrs.
P. u. 'Nevilie read ne morning
devotional and a dennedida for
Mri, M. Meyers, who is leaving lor
tne etates uiis mon n.
Mmbj'l d atu-ssed and planned
a square Jatwe supper for early
Presiding at the refreshment
table were Mm. J. R. Campbell
and Mn. J. A. gnodgrass.
Othet"! attending the meeting
were Miss Minnie Gray. Rev. and
mm. w, m. Aiuerton, mm.
Bradney, Mrs. W. Garbor, Mra.
C, W. Rv.er. Mrs. J. a Eraser.
Mm, P. ui.an, Mm. W. fi, Grler,
Mrs. N, J, Lewter, Mm, M. Mey Meyers,
ers, Meyers, Mri, J. I, Maclean, Mm. K.
Moehi'ke ana Mrs. Hidalgo.
Tho Damn 0 K S fluh w'll hld
its regular meeting tomorrow ev
ening 7!3u i tne uatun juaeo juaeo-nie
nie juaeo-nie i'emple.
Mra. Charles W. Oonn -Due
Mm. Charles W. Gunn, nation national
al national president of the Amef.'kaa Le Legion
gion Legion Auxiliary, is scheduled to ar arrive
rive arrive in Panama tomorrow for Aft
Oificial visit. i
Plana for her visit include offi official
cial official calls on dlsgnitares of the
Canal Zone and military installa installations
tions installations on bo.h sides of the Isthmus
several social events have been
planned ifl hr honor,
Clayrr" tedleaiidf ';
The Fort Clifton" Protestant La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' Guild v,ill have a regular
monthly meeting Wednesday mor.
hing at 9:30 at the Religious Cefl Cefl-ter,
ter, Cefl-ter, Build tig 126. Mr, K. T. Simp Simpson
son Simpson and Mr Q. R. Biscklidge will
be the hostesses.
Ail Protes ant women ire Invit Invited
ed Invited to attend,
Send Toys, Dolls
To US Friends i
NEW'DELH (UPl) Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of American children will
receive gifts soon from Indian
shildren under a program spon sponsored
sored sponsored by "the share your birth birthday,
day, birthday, foundation" of New Delhi,
The foundation was created in
Philadelphia 10 years ago to cre create
ate create good will among children in
The New Delhi branch hai col collected
lected collected more than J.OOO J'ft par parcels
cels parcels containing toys, M s and
handicrafts. These will be handed
over to the U.S. Embassy,
BANGKOK, Thailand (UPl) (UPl)-Field
Field (UPl)-Field Marshal .Sarit Thanaral,
"itrongmin7' leader of the revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary party, was elected prime
minister o' Thailand ye;erdav 1 y
the constituent assembly. The
election of Sarit, wno led last Oc October's
tober's October's bloodieSI military coup,
was pronounced in I royal decree,
4ti0 to 8 p.m.
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mCfTION 6UISTI Among dlsitnguished guests at the seventh annual formal reception of the Consular Corps of Miami was Mrs.
Sofia Wolff, Vice consul of Panama. More than 300 guests and dig ni alries attended the reception in the Sky Room of the DuPont Plata
Hotel In Miami, -In a meeting of teh Consular Corps before the social event, Mrs. Wolff was elected vice secretary of the corpi, the firit
time the office has been held by a woman. Pictured from left are Carlos B. Fernandes, Vice Consul of Uruguay; Raul Caceras, Con Con-BuJ
BuJ Con-BuJ of, Honduras; Arthur A. Atkinson, Consul of Finland and general ch'iirman for the reception; Mm. Wolff; Henry Davidsen, Vice Con Consul
sul Consul of Norway; and Gustavo Ochoa, Consul of Ecuador.
P.;.M1iiIMIIl lyjyulll I 1 f'"m' "" ""
w" f i f
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0AVIL IXCHAN0I Miss Marguerite Engelke, right, recently
installed as worthy advisor of Cristobal Assembly Two, Order of
Rainbow for Girls, receives the gavel from Miss Bonnie Rankin,
outgoing worthy advisor,
House Group Accuses Red Lawyers
Of Perverting Democratic Processes
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Commi.tea on un-Ameri
can Aetivit charged yesterday
an "elit corps1' ol Communist
iawyers was promoting the party's
cause in courts, Congress and
A report .esuea by tne commit commit-its
its commit-its Mid CnmniiinUt ledai sub
version was a vital iprobiem tor
"Adtlv'tie of the Communist
lawyers include abuse of ihe
courts, misbehavior before Con Congressional
gressional Congressional eommittees, circum circumvention
vention circumvention 6f the law, espionage,
subversion ilfl gOVOffifflent and
propaganda for Communist
causes," tne House unit sam.
It rorlUM flnta.iloH (ho nrtiVlilp
of 39 lawyers who were among
more than 100 of their profession
deHUfled as Communiate before
the committee in the last decade.
"The fact that they are very
much ih a minority does not al alter
ter alter the seriousness of the siturf siturf-ton,"
ton," siturf-ton," the committee said,
ty-hy gaining entry into the le legal
gal legal profession are la a unique
position to serve as instruments
in thnta itlhH rtliltl nOCvairt the
IVI Miyov lino va tr -
very, democfi.t' pf&cess it taw;
yer u worn w aeffendi"
. fhki ,ttitttmj4.Mfi HttLH niirHmuhibt
m. iiv vviiisiuvtvv obji tywiuiHuinD.
lawyers have taken part Ih at
least 'me ease, oeiore tne urn.
supreme court involving tne par-
Although, it didn't say so, it was
Uhlereidod the comm,4te would
disWinetit 1 action gainst those
identified in the report as Com-
Following are those attorneys
l.lan.l laH lib Iha HHMMilKafe aa
niembera of the Communist par
ty, based ea material in I'S niesi
MllfnHU l kamilul UnddHalfllH
Charles J. Kali, Seymour Man Man-del,
del, Man-del, Richard L: fcvkoff, Lawrence
K. sperDer, s.reo h. 5teinmeT3,
Jack Tenner, Robert Ev Treuhaft,
-y &W t;y -X :-':
Aubrey W. Grossman, Doris Srln
Walker (Mrs. Mason Roberson),
Porter, Betijamin Dreyfus, Ber
tram ticiises, uen Margoiis, ran ran-Inn
Inn ran-Inn Trm.niH I Allan H'r'afilrut
John T. McTernan. Charles R.
Garry, Richard Gfadsieln, Rose
8, Rosenberg, Selma Mickels fla-
chetis, ana Esther Shantiief.
New York: John J. Abt, David
Tvt tWfimttti Fffk J. fionner.
Harry M. Jus'iz, Harry Sacher,
Robert J. Miiierstein, ADranam
unger and Nathan Witt.
Also: Harriet Bouslog, Hawa i;
Maurice Louis flraverman, Mary Maryland
land Maryland and the District of Columbia-,
ohn Caughian, Washington
siaie; Abraham J. isse'tnan and
Leon joxephMJii, New Jersey-, Da David
vid David Rem, iJ.Ct Allan R, Roseii
berg, Mass., and Hymen schle schle-slhger,
slhger, schle-slhger, l'lt.btifjli
Returns To Resort
For Reducing Rest
PttiiiPWlY AMI fttPtl Ma.
mle Elsem.ower arrived here yes yesterday
terday yesterday for a week's vacation at
tfiitfantith APitfl' Main f'httnfn
hettuty and health resort.
it's the first iaays seeotia trip
n tho -panrl, which Rnppiali7.es
in rest, reduc'ng and Beauty
A year ago, Mrs. Eisenhower
ulb flnWh In t'htttM lib tho
Presldehl, who got in a round of
tjoif wniie sne checked into me
She arrived by trak in
the president's special railroad
car, accompanied by iter siitar,
Mrs. g. Got-ddn Moore, who also
stayed with Mamie at Main
Chance last year, it wis reported
Manve shed five pounds during
her stay last year and thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly enjoyed herself. ,t,
. .w v-k-m;
fCfl TH VOCf OF
P Dorothy KMgallen
JOTTINGS IN PENCIL
Treasury agents are turning "the
heat" on Harlem's numbers rack racketeers.
eteers. racketeers. A doien were nabbed the
other day. and almost elmultane-
Lousjy, a bevy of underworldJigtir
les usually to be found in-that arer
rirnntwd nut of S aht...BNa we uar-
dot has formidable competition on
her home ground a new and
beaut'ful French screen charmer
named Jeanne Moreau. She just
won a Paris newspaper poll, fin
ishing ahead of BB, R1U Hay-
worth and Gina Loiiobrigida, in
that order, and Alfred Hitchcock
wants her for his next picture ...
One of the biggest names in the
opera world Is causing his' wife
grot angusi because of nis in
terest in a young ballerina.
F,stes Kefauver is considering
offers to write a comprehensive
book on crime cartels in the U,S.
The Senator has tons of .research
on the subject much of it exple
tive furnish to guarantee him a
bpst seller., .Moscow just may be
come chic in the near future. Cor Cornelia
nelia Cornelia Otis Skinner, hardly the pro-
letsrian type, 1s taking Russian
IJnitrd Artists records will spend
an unusually law sum to pro
mote 23-vesr-old Billy Barnes on
the strength of the success of his
rlphtit disc, "I'm Coming to See
You." They think he mav be "an "another
other "another Billy Eekstlno"...WIth sever-
a s uti os and ntiumeraBie tncx-
er stars reported Interested in do-
ina a p dure based on Ftaei Cas Castro's
tro's Castro's career, producer 8am Kats-
man is moving in tne opnnsite di
rection. He plans a movie on the
life of ex-President Batista, wun
the Castro chapter as its finale.
Javhe Mansfield's headlines Out
of Rio de Janeiro, where she "suf "suffered"
fered" "suffered" the loss of her dress top,
was just what the press agents
ordered In Miami Beach. She's
scheduled to open the Montmartre
Hotel there on Feb. 14. and the
ecstatic management will request
nrictleally half the town's police
force to "protect" her from furth further
er further embarrassment.
Labor union leaders are blue blue-tirintins
tirintins blue-tirintins a muttl million dollar
campaign, to be launched within
the next few months, to unionize
the Milli ons of white collar work
erssecretaries, clerks, reception-
sts. etcetera In the Oreater New
York area... Male moviegoers are
apt to flip over the cute figure
and pretty face of Nina shlpman,
Who appears in the Cbllege se se-UUenceS.
UUenceS. se-UUenceS. in ,'CompUlslon1, The
producers needed some fresh
young types for those scenes, and
ihe decorative Nina decided to
switch careers just In time to be
hired, until a few months ago, she
had planned a career si a con concert
cert concert pianist.
Eleanor Powell, famed as a tap
dancer in the early talkies, Soon
will preside as hostess on a reli
gious TV program tor emidren ...
Diners at Hurt) Co Salla's the Other
night couldn't Identify Slant-Carlo
Menotti's dare, but the over-all ef effect
fect effect was elegant and he kept call calling
ing calling her "Princess.'
June Blair, long linked With
Lindsay Crosby, Is finding it fun
With John Gabriel.. .Within hours
after J. P. Richardson, "The Big
Hopper" was killed in that Iowa
plane crash, one of the lesSer rock
'n' roll labels signed a sinter who
Cblls hlreself "The Little Bopper"
...It's war between the Japanese
and U.S. flaemakers. The Japan.
rese already have shipped their
: i -
', 1 I ..'it.f
first batch of the new 49-star A-
merican banners .They say John
Huston never did get around to see seeing
ing seeing the final version of "A fare farewell
well farewell to Arms.' His rhubarb with
David 0. Selznlck over tha dlrac-
tion cl -tb, Hemingway fujyeL will
history., --- '"
Paramount executive are so im impressed
pressed impressed with Van Heflln'i per performance
formance performance in "Tempest1 they plan,
to tout him for an Academy Award
a year from now, bolstering his
prestige by re-releasing the great
western, "Shane"..,There'll be no
trouble spotting ladles of fashion
through the London mists during
the coming season, judging by the
new collection of tha British de designers.
signers. designers. Hardy Amies, who often
whips up little numbers for Queen
Elizabeth, has gone all out for col colorstrong
orstrong colorstrong fluorescent tones of hot
orange, sherbet yellow and "shriek
ifig emerald." ;
The wildest rumor on ha Con Continent
tinent Continent has ingrld Bergman Schmidt
knitting tiny garments ... Mickey
Rooney, who scarcely needs Whit Whittling
tling Whittling down, looks an Inch ghorter
than usual in "The Last Mile" be because
cause because his role calls for a orison
The important west coast gamb gamblers
lers gamblers anticipate "an upssr next
month when Davey Moore meets
Hogan (Kid) Rassey for tn feath featherweight
erweight featherweight crown, ..Students of crimi criminology
nology criminology who attended the oremief
of "The Legend of Lltle" found
it ad htnuhrdrenoatdsdn
it hard to understand how any
playwright could make such s
fascinating mystery seem so dull.
Too bad; it had a tasteful produc production
tion production and an earnest cast,
Stale Dept. Urged
On Cuban Killings
WASHINGTON (UPH -Justice
Michael A. Musmanno of the
Penssylvainlfl 8 u o r e m e Court
urged the State Department yes yesterday
terday yesterday to seek a united Netions
investigation of violations of hu humanity
manity humanity in Cuba's Castro regime
Musmano said the United
tafes was "duty-bo;iL'l
nort the stand if tooi' in Ihe
Nuremberg war tHI'l It wtiieh he
Served as Ih iMe4..''t.al judge j
"If the law Of humanity has
l.een deliberately breached in Cu Cuba,
ba, Cuba, and if goei urtCon-lfttineii by
-lie United Nation,", Musmaano
said "the precedent msy woil be
twited upon in other countries and
;y other absolute rulers fur emu emulation
lation emulation and repeti ; it until all thu
wi gained iu Nuranborg in the
eiWereement.of the un'veMnl law
of justice will be tost Completely.
"I cannot believe that the Unit'
ed states cm be indifferent to
such a catastrophe in UlS inalM
MUkmanno set forth his appeal
in a letter to Assistant Secretary
of State Francis 0. WUcbX, follow
ing contact witii U.N. Secretary-
General Daft Hahmrlthftlrl arid
U.N. Ambassador Henry Cabot
LONDON (tn) Christopher
Columbus was beaten to the New
World by unknown European a a-vigatora
vigatora a-vigatora Who charted a courM 1
that he used on hla yoyase, ae
cording to a Russian historiaa
quoted by Radio Moscow ye star
A lecturer identified only as
Superny, of the Alma At Peda Pedagogical
gogical Pedagogical Institute, said his re research
search research was based on studies of
documents In Portuguese, Spanish
and Italian archives, chart.
Italian chronicles of the 15th and
17th centuries and other docu documents,
ments, documents, .
"Before his departure Colum Columbus
bus Columbus handed to the captains of Us
ships secret Instructions which
they were only to open ahould
the group of ships be scsttered
in the ocean by storms," Superny
"Ferdinand, son of Columbus,
who wrote out thes instruction,
said that Columhua. .knew abdut
the presence of lands to be found
780 leagues (1,250 miles) away, to
the west of the Canary Island.
Superny added that Columbus'
diaries and other documents
ahowed that before he left on his
fist voyage he had a chart with
some islands of the Antilles group
marked on it and thia "makes it
possible to conclude that before
Columbus, European navigators -had
visited -the New World. ;"
BUTTON, BUTTON .
GENOA, Italy (UPH-Thlevea
ae In fot a big surprise when
they open trie three suitcases they
stole from salesmen Dante Re Re-beechl's
beechl's Re-beechl's car.
They contain 50,000 sample
don't waste It
store to store
IN ONE TRIP!
(Side by Std$)
Aho torn brands
ALL ON THE
This Week's Lucky Win Win-tiers
tiers Win-tiers In Our Free
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Carlos At da Urrtoli. -Agusttn
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OT PANAMA AMERICAN AK INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPEsT
MONDAY, FEBRUARY i 1951
To SixtK ,aMBbeal
Gibraltar Cops First
Puerto Rico Whitewashes
Panama 1-0 For Isthmians'
Sixth Consecutive Defeat
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
PACIFIC LITTLI LIAGUI
.. fc i V.,- .'" 5 : '.h
Pacific Little League
CARACAS, Feb. 16 (UPI) Washington Sen Senator
ator Senator righthander Canv Pwual hurled Cuba to its
sixth Caribbean Baseball Series title last night with
an 8-2 win over runnerup Venezuela.
In the first game of the doubleheader third third-place
place third-place Puerto Rico shut out Panama 1-0, which was
the sixth straight loss for winless Panama.
The twinbill was played before
9,000 spectators at Caracas' Uni Uni-ersity
ersity Uni-ersity Stadium.
Piscual limited Venezuela to
jur hits as compared to Cuba's
jn safeties off starter and loser
im Owens, Ramon Monzant and
Cuba cashed in on poor control by
Xwens in the first inning when two
uns came in on two walks and a
iouble by Rocky Nelson.
in the sixth Cuba scored twice
tga.n on singles by Tony Taylor
ind Nelson, an infield out, a base
n balls to Dick Brown and Bob
Allyson's single to take a 4-0 lead.
The score was 7-0 in the sev seventh
enth seventh when three taffies crossed
the plate on five straight hits
which included Angel Scull's dou double
ble double that started the rally.
Cuba's last run was the product
of a two-baggei by Allyson and a
ingle by Pascual in the eighth.
Up to the eighth Pascual had
permitted only two hits but in that
frame Venezuela spoiled his shut shutout
out shutout b'd by plating two iruns on two
hits, an infield out and an error by
leftiielder Edmundo Anvoros.
Pascual fawit. ten batters and
Owens whiffed six. The leading
hitter of the game was Nelson with
In the ninth inning with two outs
group of Venezuelan fans threw
paper balls at Orlando Pena and
another Cuban pitcher who were
warning up in the bullpen.
The hurlers responded to the
provocation by throwing dirt irlo
the stands which caused a com commotion'.
motion'. commotion'. Capt. Francisco. Guenra, Vene Venezuela's
zuela's Venezuela's director of sports, hurried
to the scene of the disturbance
where players from both teams
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RUNAWAY 4 'SjiiV V;'- &Wf!r
fj;h DOWN A I Iff A M
Kir MN wo I If dLV
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and the umpires had congregated
as time was called.
Guerra punched a UPI photo photographer
grapher photographer who tried to take a pic picture
ture picture of the incident and the dis disturbance
turbance disturbance reached its peak when
security agents clubbed the arbit arbiters.
ers. arbiters. The trouble ended after police
officers cleared the agents from
the field and the game was com completed.
pleted. completed. In the first game winner Ruben
Gomez held Pananua to seven hits
while Bud Black, who permitted
four safeties, went the distance
for the loss.
A double and a single in the
sixth produced the only run of
It was the first time in the 11 11-year
year 11-year h'e(ory of the classic that a
team has lost all six games in the
series. Puerto Rico dropped five
and tied a game against Cuba in
1952 in Panama.
Panama had finished last twice
before, on both occasions in Ve Venezuela,
nezuela, Venezuela, winning once and losing
Puerto Rico has won the Series
four t imes, Panama once and Ve Venezuela'
nezuela' Venezuela' has yet to be crowned
The next Series will be played in
Panama in February, 1960.
Th eilne scores:
Panama 000 000 0000 7 0
Puerto Rico 000 001 OOx 1 4 1
Black and Peden; Navarro and
Venezuela 000 000 0202 4 2
Cuba 200 002 31x 8 10 1
Owens, Monzant (7), Hoskins
(7) and Jones; Pascual and Brown.
T IV O LI
Van Hellift -
fflGH MAN John Thomas, 17-yeair-old
Boston University, fresh freshman
man freshman started what should be a fa fabled
bled fabled high jumping career by mov moving
ing moving the world indoor record to
Art Tyler Retires
Alter Leading Team
To Bobsled Crown
ST. MORIT Switzerland (UPI)
Art Tyler; 43-year-old physi physicist
cist physicist from Weston, Mass., won Ihe
world four-man bobsledding title
Sunday and then announced his
retirement from the dangerous
Tyler, and his crew of Gary
Sehffield of Lake Placid, N.Y.,
Parker Vooris of Bcllmore, N.H.
and Lt. Tom Butler of Saranac
Lake, N.Y., captured the lite
with an aggregate of five minutes,
10.82 seconds for four runs down
the twisting, one-mile St. Moritz
They finished 0.35 seconds ahead
of an Italian sled captained by
Sergio Zardini of Cortina D' D'Ampezzo
Ampezzo D'Ampezzo and 1;13 seconds ahead
of a German team skippered Dy
Franz Schelle of Ohlstadt, Ba Bavaria.
varia. Bavaria. The other U. S. entry of Stan
Benham of Lake Placid and Jim
Lamy, Neil Rogers and Chuck
Pamdolph, all of Saranac Lake,
finished eighth in a field of 13
sleds from, eight countries.
Tyler said after the race he
will sign a written promise to his
wife, Agnes, no1 to race anymore.
"Yes, it means that I'm retir retiring,"
ing," retiring," he said with a smile. "Al "Although
though "Although you can never tell whether
the bobsledding bug won't bite you
again. My crew will surely try to
get me back."
Tyler won the title in his
fourth try his best previous plac placing
ing placing in a world championship was
He was the first American to
win it since Lloyd Johnson pilot piloted
ed piloted an American four-man sled to
victory to the 1953 meet at Gar Gar-misch,
misch, Gar-misch, Germany.
Tylers do-it-yourself sled a
technical marvel that has im
pressed Eruopeans' as much as
his cold-blooded driving took the
lead in the two-day championship
with a record-smashing run of
1:17.42 in the second heat Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Tyler's crew was tops again
in both of Sunday's heats.
One Day Attraction!
Nf W CHILLS FROM
THE WORLD'S MOST
with Tony Curtis
Teams C V PR P W L Pet. GB
Cuba.. x 2 1 2 5 1 .833
Venezuela 0 x 2 2 4 2 .66t 1
Puerto Rico ....1 0 x 2 3 3 .500 2
Panama 0 O O x 0 6 .000 5
Totals ....1 2 3 6 12 12
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS (2).
Puerto Rico 1, Panama 0
Cuba 8, Venezuela 2
BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Paper Mate Pens
rado 175, Nickisher 173 Rudy 170.
(Ladies): Rudy 152, Metzger 150,
Canada Dry 2 Dillon-Hleman 2
Before hostilities started the two
teams were separated by half
point, and when the bowling balls
were put away for the evening the
difference was still that same half
point. With only one more week
to go to decide the first round win
ner, this halt point looms very im important.
portant. important. Canada Dry drove enough pins
off the lanes to pick up the first
point. The Dillon-Hickmans took
over in the middle game, and
their margin was enough to insure
them the TP. The Canada Dry and
Dillon Hickmans, battled right
down to the last frame, because
this point meant first place, and
in the end the Canada Drys prev prevailed
ailed prevailed by 17 pins.
The two big guys in both line lineups
ups lineups came through, Canada Dry's
Bruce Hassler smacked 525, and
DH Lee Clontz clicked with .538,
both scratch. In the handicap
class, all of the Dillons came
through, Shirley Cavanaugh 523,
Trudi Garni 544, Glenn McNall
501 and Bob Carlin 536. For the
first placers, Manny Fernandez
545, Jinny Hassler 518 and Mimi
Camel Winston Salemt 4
Bass Shoes 0
Still in the running for the first
round crown, the R. J. Reynolds
smokers of Camel Winston and
Salem cigarettes, coasted to four
points, leaving them only one and
half point away from the first
place spot. Maxwell Lindenberg
of Quarry Heights, and Jerry Hill
of Summit gave the Camels the
drive they were seeking.
Lindy hit a 562 scratch and 619
handicap, and Jerry kolted enough
pins to register 526 scratch and
580 handicap. Assisting this devast devastating
ating devastating duo, was another pair, when
Ann Hill hit 523 handicap and
Berth a Pate 544. The Bass Shoes
flacked the polish to shine through
with any winning games. Captain
Kleischman, minus his beard was
high with 552, Jim Catron 518, Don
McGuire 508 and Betty McGuire
Ideal Bread 4 Grecha Music 0
The Ideal Bread sliced enough
wood off the lanes, to give the
Grecha Music a severe jolt to
their aspirations to take over first
place. Last week they were only
one point out of the top spot, but
after this week they are three a a-way.
way. a-way. While the Grechas have a
mathematical chance for the pin pinnacle
nacle pinnacle the chance is very slim.
Three of Ideal Bread loaves had
a successful evening, Earl Freund
and his wide sweeping curve,
knocked over 503 scratch, and the
two ladies in his camp. Doris Bar Barnes,
nes, Barnes, bound for Alaska said good goodbye
bye goodbye to the Zone with 515 handicap
and Lelia Freund 533 handicap.
The only Grechas that, performed
somewhere near their standards
Was Don Rudy with 515 scratch,
and Bev Halliday, 557 handicap.
Pabst Blue Ribbon 2
Paper Mate Pent 2
The Paper Mate Pen broke in into
to into the win column with a big bang,
enjoying a margin of 114 pins. The
I'ahst Blue Ribbon staged a come
hack in the second game, and
went on to win by 25 pins. They
repeated their 25 point victory in
the nightcap, and both teams set settled
tled settled for a stalemate. This elimin eliminated
ated eliminated the Pabst Brewers from any
chance of winning the first half.
Only the Carters of the Pabst
Blue Ribbons, were able' to break
into the 500 handicap class, Dee
getting 508 and Minnie 506. The
same held true with the Paper
Mates, Alvarado getting an even
500, and Carmen Flores 515.
Boyd Brothers Insurance 3 Turco 1
The Boyd Brothers Insurance
had the correct protection and col.
lected a premium of three win winning
ning winning chits. In the middle game,
the Turco Sultans, kept up their
streak of never dropping all games
in winning their solo point.
Bill Nickisher got a 520 scratch,
but it did not save the Turcos
from getting spanked. Hi better
half, Rose scored a 506 handicap
ana vie uruz 5H ditto. For the
insurance hustlers Paul Karst and
Curly Bates took command of the
situation with 526 and 531 handi handicap
cap handicap series.
Pascual Cookies 4 Ebonites 0
The hot Pascual Cookies kept
up their upward climb by trounc
ing unmercifully the last place
Ebonites. Big Joe Bieber of the
Windy City in the States, celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated a 520 scratch, and 559 handi handicap.
cap. handicap. But it was Bob Blaney that
accounted for the most pins to the
Pascual Cause, with a 563 handi handicap,
cap, handicap, the two ladies, Mim Smith
and June Blaney were on the
beam with 516 and 517 handicap
sets. Even Ralph Dietrich got in into
to into the act with a 515 handicap set.
The Ebonites apparently were
saving their strength for the next
round, Bruce Morrow collected 503,
Burt Deveau 509 arid. Bess Shep Shep-ard
ard Shep-ard 500. For the coming WIBC
tournament to be held this coming
weekend at Diablo Bowling Cen Center,
ter, Center, the Balboa Mixed league is
entering five teams. Under the
auspices Dillon Hickman, one team
will include Inez Davis, Anne Hill.
Betty McGuire, Bertha Pate, and
Under the name of Pascual
Cookies; Mimi Metziger, Shirley
Cavanaugh, Rose Nickisher, Lelia
Freund and Bess Shepard. For the
Boyd Brothers, these ladies will
compete, Nancy Johnson, Ginny
Hassler, Trudi Garni, Mimi Car Carter
ter Carter and Priscilla Reade.
The fourth quintet, bowling for
Camel Winston Salem will be He Helen
len Helen Glud, Lena Burqfhett, E 1 s 1
Kleischman, Pat Bailey and Ma Mary
ry Mary Morrow. The Turco maidens
that will endeavor to cleanup in
the tourney, will be Mim Smith,
Carmen Flores, Juanita Karst, Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Nceley and Ginny Deveau.
In the event, any of these bowl bowl-erettes
erettes bowl-erettes w ll be unable to perform
on the lanes, the Balboa Mixed
League has recruited from the
Clayton Coffee and Donut League,
several standbys, such as Wally
Morgan, Anita Passon, Mary Lund
and Dolores Castro. Any of these
female bowlers would give ac account
count account of themselves.
Pacific Women's League
One Eye Open
The Coffee and
closed shop this
gals will have to
forms of activity
week, and the
turn to other
The bevy of five Beauties, start started
ed started out slow but climbed consisten consisten-ty,
ty, consisten-ty, and once they reached the top,
they coulcT not be dislodged. The
Beauties bowed out of the league
in full glory sweeping all of the
four points, at the expense of the
The next point on the bowling
agenda of the Pacific Womens
League, will the participation of
these bowlerettes in the coming
WIBC tourney, at Diablo. The (ftf (ftf-fee
fee (ftf-fee and Donut league will place
on the approaches a few teams,
that wll serve notice on other
These damsels from Clayton,
will try to bring to Clayton the
team championship same as the
men from Clayton have captured
two. years in a row, the team
championship in the means ABC
Final First Half Standing
Gibraltar I Mice 4
The Gibraltar Life's scrappy
diamond performers took the first
half laurels and assured them themselves
selves themselves a spot in post season play playoffs
offs playoffs by defeating tht Police team
8-4 before a -large, trowd.
For half of theibaU game,, the
Police, winless in ten tries, play played
ed played the championss to a stand-still
and for a brief time were ahead
m the ball game. They broke into
the scoring column and were lead leading
ing leading the Gibraltars,
Jeff Riley, the Police chucker,
was mixing up his offering in mas masterful
terful masterful style until, with one on, Joe
Hunt, stellar shortstop for Gibral Gibraltar,
tar, Gibraltar, blasted the ball over the cen cen-terfield
terfield cen-terfield barrier This gave the Gi Gibraltars
braltars Gibraltars a. lead they never relin relinquished.
quished. relinquished. .
Hunt duplicated his home run
blast in the third inning when the
Gibraltars exploded for five runs.
Besides his power hitting, Joe
fielded his position with poise and
grace. Twice he cut off runs at
the plate with accurate throws.
However, Joe was not the only
standout for Gibraltars, because
Kevin Yocum was nominated to
hurl the championship clincher.
Yocum was not counted on for
pitching duties, because it appear appeared
ed appeared that Dickje Ebdon and Gene
llermmany were going to south southpaw
paw southpaw the Gibraltars into the flag.
But Gene came up with a sore
arm, and next in line was Billy
Bougner. A dose of, measles shelv shelved
ed shelved Billy and since Dickie Ebdon
pitched earlier in the week, the big
game, was Yooum's task. And he
did it in a veteran like- manner,
scattering the hits and being tight
in the clutches.
This was Kevin's first start and
what a start. Ebdon. who is lead leading
ing leading the pitchers with a 6 and 0
record, wil now have some assist assistance
ance assistance from Yocum. The Police.
though losing all ten of their game
are not as helpless as their record
indicates. One bad-inning, usually
spells defeat for the Coppers. If
they dan settle down in the field.
they wilj make trouble for rest of
The major division of the Paci-
fic Little League, will have a
week's rest to prepare for the sec
ond half drive. Gibraltar will, try
io come up wun a number two
pitcher. Lincoln Life needs some
relief pitching. Elks will try to
overcome leaving too many men
on the base paths. Seymour- needs
hitting, spur Cola also could use
some more hitting. Police, must
overcome tne one bad innine thev
experience in too many contests..
Dallas NEA) Roy Harris
and Julio Mederos heavy heavy-weights,
weights, heavy-weights, box 10 rounds in Dallas,
LAGOS, Nigeria (UPI) -, Mt.
Cameroon, a 13,353-foot volcanic
peak in the British Cameroons of
West Afire a, eruped yesterday,
spewing lava and rock over a
wide area. Reports received here
said the mountain erupted in two
places, bur officials termed the
TODAY -ENCANT0-35 -201
Gregory Peck, in
"THE BIG COUNTRY"
- and -Robert
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:25
"ITi LOVE AND WAR"
In Cinemascope & Color!
COCO SOLO 7:00
Natalie Wood, Gene Kelly
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"NO QUESTIONS ASKED"
John Smith Fay Spain
"THE CROOKED CIRCLE"
Cornel Wilde, in
In VlstaVlBlon & Color)
NTA CRUZ 7:00
'THE LADY POSSESSED"
CAMP B1ERD 7:00
. "WILD IS THE WIND"
ATLANTIC LITTLI LIAGUE
Standi! as at Feb. 11
W L GB
Mutual of Omaha T 1
Elks 6 4 2
Legion 5 5 3
Pouce "4 4 3
Coca Cola '.-v 6 '4V4
Pirates a 7 5VS
Coca Cola defeated Lesion on
Monday, Feb. 9, at the Mareari-
ia riaygrouna at tne Bottlers'
board of strategy pitched Ralph
tfnfler rr tne, first three innings
of the game and then followed
with Rick Sanchez on the bill for
the last three..
yCash Paulson, Legion manager,
bad the same maneuver in
mind as he started with Wardie
Redman, unc- ten this season,
and then brought en Henry Shirk
from first base to start the
fourth. However,. Mamiherin
Hank had to return to the initial
sack since he had pitched four in
nings of Little League ball last
Friday and was not eligible to
hurl again until Tuesday.
The Gatun boys were able to
touch each of the Coke pitchers
for but one single as Ornn tie
ment got his m the third off en en-der
der en-der and Redman nicked Sanchez
for a hit in the fourth. The Coca
Cola "twins".; combined their ef
forts for 11 strikeouts, Bender
having five and Sanchez six. The
tatter did not walk a man while
Ralph gave up two base on balls
The Bottlers, scored in the third,
when after two were down, Bob
Hutchings hit the only extra base
blow of the game, a douVle, to
score Terry Tobiii, who had reach
ed as a pair of bases, on balls
sandwiched between two errors oy
Redman accounted for the brace
of runs. Sanchez was the only
player to get more than one hit as
he had a perfect day at the plate
with a single, a walk and nis se
cond one base wallon.
The i-egion got their run In the
fourth when Sanchez booted Lou
Austin tap to the mound, Redman
got a single, Lou went to third oh
the throw in from the outfield and
then stole home. Redman struck
out four for the afternoon and
gave up a like number of bases on
ban?. .-v, -.,
Coca Cole -v
WUlUo-6 2b i i-Snyder
Snyder i-Snyder rf
Hutc iings, c.
Griffon H., If
Score by innings
Coca Cola 001 2003 6
Legion 0C 1001 2
Mike Burza's Little Giants, the
Mutual of Omaha team, slugged
the Pirates on Tuesday for a 13
to 4 win by getting 13 hits, field
ing well, and limiting their vic victims,
tims, victims, who had nine errors, to six
Ronnie Riefkohl, who now has
a 4 and 0 record, went the route
ior Mutual ana never was in se
rious trouble. Three of the four
Pirates' runs came in the fifth
when Rapid Ronnie gave up a
double to Tom Hiekey, the losers
pitcher, and a towering over, the
ience tormer to Bis E. Wibenz.
Frank Tortorici had reached first
ahead of Hkkley on an error,
Hickey also got himself a single
to be the1 only player on his team
with more than one hvt.
For the winners, Harry Dockery
Mutual s pepper pot first base baseman,
man, baseman, who has been out of the line lineup
up lineup for several weeks with a. bro broken
ken broken arm,' had a double and 2 sing singles
les singles while the Quinn brothers, Lar Larry
ry Larry and Luther had 5 hits between
them. Larry had tw sharp singles
while Luther, standout pitcher und
batter, and a home run, a aouDie
and a single. The win left the Mu Mu-tuals
tuals Mu-tuals within a step of cooping tne
flag for the first half of the Little
The box score:
Mutoils sf Omaha Ab R H E
Quinn Ti., 2b 5 2 2 oj
Evans, c 5 2 l 'J
Billison, 3b 5 0 10
Quinn Lu., ss 5 2 3 1
Highley, If 4 0 .1 0
McBride, rf 3 10 0
Leon, rf 1 o l o
Seeley, cf 4 21 0
Dockery, lb 4 3 3 1
Riefkohl, p 2110
Total 33 13 11 2
Tortorici, 2b 3 10 2
Hickey, p 3 12 1
Christoph, c 3 110
Wiberg, lb 2 111
Thompson, ss 3 111
Nunley, cf 3 0 1 0
Sanders, If 2 0 0 0
Urruiola X 1,0 0, 0
Smith, rf 2 jO 0 0
Gegg, rf 10 0 0
Ebdon, 3b 4 0 0 4
Spector XX 10 0 0
: .,.i'. w '
BjatteJ for Sanders ift;Utir
XX batted for Ebdon' -ja sixth -5
Totals ; w 24 i f
scor, by kmhmilS
, ; ,050 413-13141
? 100 030-4
The Legion and i Elksmt
their usual thriller on Wednesday
as Cash Paulson' hoys bested
their arch rivals, the B.p.o.E.era,
mt and the Legion two.K.Jacki
Blaay big Legm;Mkhe; ;tl
difference ta;the loe'ii
hit a booming Ji.m rwt iai h
ltrst.with Willy ( .Bdtt15J
as .the .Result a1-walk, jerry
Pabon, third aacker for MHt San.
mL' iiS' only
blow in the ttirdi
game bid for lus fifth -victory
tt except for the fat pitch ho
toehold at the plate -as ;tha nitcir".
came in and there was not much I
doubt as to wherei the ball would I
land as it left Blair's bat. Jacki. 5
nas been a powerful' ww num. ?
ing the first half of theseasen
and has rotten hfmw .1, "!?
tra, -bat hits.
Thw was his first homer ahdw
brought a tremendous, -hand from
the many Legion rooters ih ai
stand including several rows ofi
under teenage aduirer who givt
the game championship r ttatw" ttatw"-with
with ttatw"-with their Cristobal High School11"?
and .the ir own home inadercheersi t
SfJe" 'truck out ten andl!'
walked three while Henry Shir set'
down iten, also and allowed four li
base on bolls. Each team "has now now-ft?
ft? now-ft? it9Jta ?am the firstV,
naif and the win for Legion gatf' -them,
a five- and five record white
the loss put the Elks at 6 arid 4" -and
out of the. running if or : tha,
championship at oresent. :(
The box score: j-,'.
De Boyrie, cf. :
Sanders Jo.; yp
Sanders Ja., fb
, : 17 2
ooi ooo : i
200 000 2
CURUNDU LITTLI LEAGUE
Puerto Ricah Lions
Balboa Lions Club. ''
Club 20. V '
Wednesday Results ,.
Bafooa Lions Club 11
- Puerto Rican Lions1'!
The red hot Balboa" lions- Club y
won their fifth straight game bys
tagging .sixteen hits off. of thresh
pitchers in a free-for-all corinan
fest The loss for the Puerto Ri z
can Lions was their fourth-ih theii
last five games and seriously nurt
their first half pennant, hopes.
. The Puerto Ricah's. led all thT'
way until the bottom of the fourth vT
when a barrage, of fiv straight?'"
hits by the Balboa Lions put them
one behind Balboa then held Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rican scoreless for the first 51
time in the fifth and:-clinch th'''
game in the bottom of the fifth -with
another barrage of four hitsi"
The Puerto. Ricans were not al allowed
lowed allowed to come to bat in "the sixtlt .,
because of a time curfew,1' s wL
The outstanding batters for Bfll
boa Lions were Slugger. Stanley
Ronnie Evers, who hit the firs,,,
home runs of the year, Jini Col- -bert;
Joe Bremer; and v,Ste.veff
Clark. Frank Camp was the pest v
batsman for the Puerto Ricaus.rtr,
There was brilliant fielding i m m-both
both m-both sides as only two-errors wert;
made in the gams. '.
The box score; v
Puerto Rican Dsns
Turner p, lb
Baggott, R. Ss
Camn rf,. p, cf
Vecchione lb, cf
McFadden, E." 3b, c
Klaman 2b v
Wilson c, 3b
McFadden, J. p
Baggott, A. rf
Baiboa Lions Club
Stanley, J. cf, ss
Stanley, S. c
Evers ss, p
Bremer p, cf
ClarW 3b r"
Carpenter cf, rf' . ;
... I 3
Smith lb : i
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.with director Billy Wilder in Hollywood. They're cap-to-cap
even If thejr don't quite see eye-to-eye.
y: : by .'
AJUjcghTc'heck.og on whit -defunct
Notre Dame football coach coaches
es coaches do after deparipg. the campus
his.,not been one of our dedicated
pursuits, we'd have to believe .Ter .Terry
ry .Terry Brennan M. the first one to join
big league ball club as a body
Thia j no doubt a noble calling,
if not an exalted art, for no- one
can xazep upon the majestic mus mus-.cular
.cular mus-.cular masses which Prof. Chairles
A.las ;.. to name just one ot the
cuU..uses. in his advertiisements
without experiencing a certa n un un-tasyawe.
tasyawe. un-tasyawe. In comparison, Bor Bor-glum's
glum's Bor-glum's chisel-and-mallet sipectacul sipectacul-arsare
arsare sipectacul-arsare pathetically pygmean.
But Brennan has not been .dis .distinguished
tinguished .distinguished for his work iin this
field, and since all things ace if
lative, no disparagement is lntfend-;
edwhen Wei say this move strikes
us as -a thoughtless sacrifice '"to
nratlimi anf tvnsitinn. n fl f."v.
in. what nuroose? Is the
t attachment to sports
i ,rrioni6 vtpd that aaf active
wM.a'i;n is beyOriS' hi ttnv
ialT Certainly, it can't be money,
knn li't work in the Reds'
spring camp, trimming sueiy waisi
lines, n?Qiy promises si".'
es. "Is "this, then, his way of keep keeping"
ing" keeping" his name in print?
G'abe Paul, general manager of.
the Reds; was contacted by long longdistance
distance longdistance phone. Brennan had prev previously
iously previously 1 announced he was quitting
coaching for business. Perhaps the
Cincinnati portfolio had implica implications
tions implications that bad not yet been hint hinted
ed hinted at. '
"If tfie conieoture is that he s e-
yentually coming in with us on a
nii-minni nasia. rne buswci s
" Paul. "I've had this i-
dea of a sipecialized physical pro pro-giJfcm
giJfcm pro-giJfcm m mind for aonie time. I
iotmded out Brennan and he was
.ntivi Mv understanding is
thif ha's inin mi a. Chicago bank-
ina -Urm in Anril. I imagine the
time-gap influenced his decision.'
pj,i i a vounc. alert, on-the
ball executive ahd the; possibility
that he was interested m arennau
more as' a publicity Source than
a corrective fo: a slothful sinews,
it Bt to be ignored. A year or so
ago a similar pitch to Paul Brown,
the-Cleveland pros' maestro, was
spurned. 'Brown would have made
a good spring camp story, too.
- H' Been Done Before
"I believe Brown 'was appre
hensive that his presence might be
upsetting, to mir manager, Birdie
Tebbetts, volunteered Paul, adding-
eueh fears were, of course,
Kansas City Signs
NEW YORK. Feb. 14 (UPI)
rhi- Kanxaa Citv Athletics have
signed piteher Ray Herbert and
Infielder Wayne Terwifleer, a pair
of Veterans wno are Deing coumeu
on heavily to help ttie club climb
out of the second division this
-'Herbert who previously hurled
for Detroit, turned in several fine
performances last season while
compiling an 8-8 record with the
A'.. "'' ; 1 .
We feel he's just coming into
hir own," said a Kansas City
Terwilliger, i a 33-year-old dnft
eheice, figures prominently in the
eWb's second base plans, He pre previously
viously previously played for the Cubs, Dod Dodgers,
gers, Dodgers, Senators and Giants.
, There wasn't too much other
signing actitity around; the majors
Pindh-bitter Bill Reona, who but
ted .268 last' season, agreed to
.terms with the Red Sox, while the
' pirates -announced .the signing of
outfielder Howard Goss and pitch'
era George Perez 'and Don Wil-
''Hams. -:'.-..!! - T
i Goss batted .239 with Columbus
of. the International League; Perez
had aa U-8 record with k Lake
' City of the Pacific Coast League,
add Williams had an 8-5 mark with
the same ciud.
groundless..' So far as is publicly
Known, Paul's present manager,
Mayo Smiih, has expressed no re
sentment in this case.
As a matter of fact, Brennan
may be of help to Smith-.'m a way
thai has nothing whatever to do
with organized nipups ,Having
finished in ihe cellar with the Ph 1 1-lies
lies 1-lies last season, Smith's appoint appointment
ment appointment touched off no -wild debauch
eries, of ecstasy in the olC- r ver
town, so une mare aaention Bren
nan receives the more time ihe
manager will have to work out his
problems. . .
Bringing in an athlet'tc, xejebri xejebri-ty
ty xejebri-ty from another field to help con con-diitioh
diitioh con-diitioh a ball club is not an inspir inspired,
ed, inspired, innovatfoij. John McGraw, who
also knew, the valueof' publicity,
added Bernie Wefeir.s...a. trackman.
4o the. Giants -staff in prehistoric
-times. .Les,: MacMitcheUV also of
track and .eld, similarly served
the Dodgers in more recent days,
and the Phillies, during the., brief
jownershipi oi Bill Cox, dtftef an
uiympic juames' coach, prompt prompting
ing prompting the manager, Bucky Harris,
to inquire optimistically whether
tne Olympiad awarded medals for
It's No. Help in Business
There are always scores of Dhv
skal conditioners of demonstrated
abil? y available, and the fact that
uie iteas oy-passed The services
of an expert cogently implies (1)
there is no valij need for one and
) tne primary interest ues in
If Brennan is determined on a
business future, the type of pub publicity
licity publicity which attends the ambigu ambiguous
ous ambiguous role of body builder is not
likely to accelerate- h success.
Nor is tne sentimentally popular
impression that h's dismissal by
Notre Dame was, in no sense due
to personal shortcomings likely to
We are beginning to believe the
popular, personable young man
still needs someone to" call the
signals for him. He is now going
through a cris's, a small one as
life is measured, yet how he hand handles
les handles it can have a positive bearins
on his future.
Terry may fear he'd look fool foolish
ish foolish if he reversed his field and de decided
cided decided not to go through with the
transparent baseball shill.. but it
could be that he d look ever more
foolish if he decided otherwise.
News Of Annual Pan-Canal
City Bowling Tournament
A spokesman for the tourna-
men. committee announce., tna
Governor Potter because of pre previous
vious previous comm ittmenti will hot be
able to get 18th annual Pan-Canal
City Bowling tournament under
way Saturday, March 7.
'the Governor, However has de delegated
legated delegated his heal.h director of the
Panama Canal Zone, col. raison,
to act as his pinchroller. This
year's tournament is ued ca.eo
tw the Sponsors.
For years, bowlers of many
leagues in the Canal Zone have re received
ceived received greak. support, trom the
merchants, contractors, insurance
brokers, manufacturers and com commercial
mercial commercial firms and the Pan-Canal
fowling Association wan.s to
acknowledge their apprec ation by
dedicating the 18th annual Canal
Zone tournament to these 'angels.
The various leagues which will
have 100 per cent representation
in tne tournament will be repre represented
sented represented by one of their sponsors.
For the Class League Ciav Ran-
del of Seymour Aaencv will inns
a ball. For the Major League, Wii-
nam noma ot ti. l. noma, sen
ior member of the league will en
deavor .o produce" a srike hit.
Arturo Illueca, public-relations di director
rector director o; the 'Panama Natona)
Brewery will represent the Ba'boa
Men's League,and Roy Glicken Glicken-haus,
haus, Glicken-haus, noted local thespian, golfer
and distributor of Pabst Blue Rib Ribbon,
bon, Ribbon, current champions, will roll
- By DAVID M. MOFHT
- ATIJtNT '(UP1) -The unbeaU
en Auburn Tigeri g af-er their
30th consecudvd vic.ory tonight to
set the stage lor their all mpor
tant weekend meeting with the
That victory No. '30 is figured
a pretty sure thing for tne auu
ling Tigers. They e play ng at
home and the opposition is fad
But Saturday night is another
mat er... That : contest- will be at
Lexington, .,-where the Wid
i is .seldom lose. ..
' Auburn had no trouble picking
up won No. 29. ihe Tigers salughi
erA Louisiana State 115-7 Oe
bind anotner, remarkable shooting
performance hitting on 59.4 per
cent of meir snots.
Lost Prestige Regained
Kentucky, figured to be the best
third olace rteam ever in' the
Southeastern Couierence, regain regained
ed regained some of its lost presage by
oeating Notre Dame 7152 at Chi
sago, And Tulane, which has
plunged from contender to aiso aiso-ian
ian aiso-ian in two short weeks, was edged
oy Alabama 74-72 lor its fourth
There are three o-her Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern conference came today
niuht.' Misiiis.i tae. wniwi
roared past rior.aa ivo oo w i
20 Ji win lh 21 Starts, will- be at
Georgia,-84 61 winner over.' Mis Mississippi;
sissippi; Mississippi; Alabama will be host to
Louisiana State; and Florida will
entertain Mississippi in the game
which may decide who ends up
last in the con.erence.
Saturday night's top thriller was
nere in Atlanta where Georgia
Tech beat Oklahoma City 7165
ia a non league tripie overtimer.
And, at Nashville, ten., Jim nen nen-ry
ry nen-ry and the Vanderbilc Commodor Commodores
es Commodores endd Tennessee's tournament
chances in a secono-nau rout tnai
produced a 76-60 victory.
Individual honors' for the week weekend
end weekend go to high scoring Bailey
Howell of Mississippi State.' How Howell
ell Howell scored 43 points -against Fldr Fldr-ida
ida Fldr-ida to ra se hi season's total to
600, his average to, 28.6.
Other weekend jlieroeS:
Sophomore Roger Kaiser of
Georgia Tech scored 27 points in
that win over Oklahoma City, in including
cluding including 15 straight free throws throws-six
six throws-six in that overtime ppriod. Little
5-9 Lenny Kaplan" of Alabama,
scored 27 points against Tulane
including a last second field goal
that made the two-point difier difier-ence.
ence. difier-ence. Sophomores Billy Lickert of
Kentucky and Gordon Darrah of
Georgia had 24 and 23 points re respectively
spectively respectively and Junr Henry Hart
hit 20 for Auburn.
Those fellow all played for
winners. Florida's Bob Sherwood
was on th losing endi in that How Howell
ell Howell led rout by. State but had a
great night himself, with 32 points.
The week's schedule: Monday.,
Tulane at Auburn, Louisiana State
ab Alabama, Missippi at, Florida
and Mississippi State at-George,
Tuesday, Tennessee at Georgia
Tech. Wednesday, Vanderbilt at
Kentucky and Gerogia South Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina at Augusta, Ga. Thursday Thursday-Friday,
Friday, Thursday-Friday, no games scheduled. Sa Saturday,
turday, Saturday, Alabama at Tennessee,
Auburn at Kentucky, Florida at
Vanderblt, Georgia at Georgia
Tech, Mississippi at Tulane and
Mississippi State at Louisiana
for the Balboa Mixed League
These 100 pec cen. sponsored
leagues will enter 31 teams .a the
tournament, and this total of 31
means that four leagues will have
one hundred percent o? their male
Dowiers partclipaung in the an annual,
nual, annual, bowling iclassic.
Assisting the h e a 1 1 h director
and the sponsors will be Phil
Thornton, director pf the service
centers in the Canal Zone. Also in
the spotlight will.be Ron Amato,
defending all-events hdep cham
Pon. ( ',
To acknowledge the interest in
the Junior Bowling program and
the' next generation of the ABC
members, the tournament com
mittee has invited Jerry Sullivan
of the 15th Naval District to roll
a ball. Jerry was wet captain of
the Junior Bowling team that took
the Zone Junior Bowling title last
summer at t;.e Clayton lanes.
Looking to the future of another
decade, l ttle Bud Balcer,. whose
name is Paul and who is six
years old, will roll the last ball;
After "Little Bud" does his chore.
eigtr teams will line' up and strive
to carry off the loot M cash' And
: Fo- the benefit of spectators,
the tournament committee ... ex
peets to have large b uU 1 e t i n
boards, showing the progresa and
resul's of each team, player and
,,'From the Atlantic aide, three
BY A HEAD Playboy hits the finish line a head to the good of runnerup Philipipon In Saturday's fea featured
tured featured $650 one mile race for third series imported horses. Manuela Pedraza is third, a nostril ahead
of mutuels favorite Bucalemito, and Gavilan fifth. Ruben Vasquez rode the winner while Amado Cre Cre-didio
didio Cre-didio had the leg up on Philipipon. Guillermo Milord (Manuel Pedraza), Fernando Alvarez (Bucalemito)
and Virgino Castillo (Gavilan; are tne otner riders.
Don Luchp Scores Nose Win
In Remon Racetrack Thriller
Frank X. Zeimetz classy three-
year-old Chilean colt Don Lucho
yesterday afternoon came tnrougn
with a strong stretch drive to nip
Alpina by a wh'sker in the featur featured
ed featured seyen furlong dash for second
series imported througnbreds at
the President Remon racetrack.
Mutuels favorite Horacio was third,
a Short head behind.
Quickie wound up fourth by
three-quarters of a length back of
Horace while Micnaux was an another
other another "short length behind. The rest
of the field strung out after the
Don Lucho raced within strik striking
ing striking distance o! pacesetting Quick Quickie
ie Quickie to tine f nal furlong where Alpi Alpina
na Alpina moved up and took command
then Don Lucho advanced on the
inside while Horacio came on like
train on the outside. The f'rst
three Horses hit the finish line like
a team with a photo being neces necessary
sary necessary to separate them.
Amadn Credidio. who is enjoy
ing one of his hottest winning
streaks, was aboaird Don Lucho.
The latter paid a juicy $15.60 win
and $10.80 to place. The Don Lucho-Alpina
one two combination
-retumec96.6Q,i;': ; r J
. Braulio Baeza, as usual, was the
winningest rider with three tri-
mez calls Claude Osteen the fin
est young pitching prospect ne nas
seen in years.
U. Via. an nrnllftnt fast ball
and curve, enough to pitch in the
majors now," says tne lormer
Yankee great in describing the 19-year-old
left-hander coming to the
Osteen was on his way to break
ing practically ail wonnwesi
League pitch.ng records wnen pro
moted to the Pacific Coast League
I., miH.Tulv Hp won 14 while
losing 4 for Wenatchee. He had
two shutouts, and a 3.08 earned-run
average with a 5-4 record aa a
membei of the Seattle club.
Be Crowd Getter
For Cinci Royals
riNflTNTVATT fNEAi If the
Cincinnati Royals of the National
Basketball Association can stana
the gaff of red ink for this sea season
son season everything' should work out.
it loQct vnu'fl pYinprr ir lo. ine
presence of Oscar Robertson, the
Big O oi tne un versity oi cmcin
nati, will guarantee crowds, uscar
a innlnr now. becomes the Royals'
proper'y when he is graduated.
jerry Jicas, e- iresnma"
fmm Miftiiiotnwn mitside of Cin
cinnati is stirring Ohio State fans
with his first year showing. Lu
cas would .lean plenty to tne no no-yal's
yal's no-yal's gate, too.
teams from Margarita will travel
across the Isthmus to carry away
of the laurels. Powells will send
brown, Hogan, Stepp, Gibson and
Badger. The Aces wil lineup wun
Uipp, Moorman, SUlson, Gorski
and Spinney. yoiCe of music win
be in the tourney, with DeVbll, St.
John, Brooks, Graham "arid John Johnson.
Last year's champions' in the
Doubles wil not be able to de defend
fend defend their scratch and handicap
honors because one member of the
championship duo returned to the
States, instead or Irv Oesterle, Bud
Brown W'U have as his partner,
Other entries 1q the doubles
will be Dick Soyster with Mac
Lane, Father Karry with Ed Kun Kun-kel,
kel, Kun-kel, the Panamanian brothers Pe Pe-pe
pe Pe-pe and' Adtonio Damian, Rollie
Gliechman with Bob Boyer, Al
Kaelin w th Del Charters, Bud Bal
cer wi'h Earl Best, Lou Glud with
Claus Kleishinan, the Navy dou doubles
bles doubles champions, Ray Rube with
George Bell, Bob Toland and Don
Rudy, Ted. Melanson with Phil
Vescio, Johnny Palm and Joe Burt
goon, Ted Albritton wth Andy Dis-
umphs. Guillermo Milord and Ru-
ben vasquez were the runnersup
with two eaeh.
, The dividends:
1 Alhajar $4.40, $2.40
2 Contralor $2.40
1 Granadero $4.20, $2.80
2 Aldar $3.20
First Double: $11
1 Don Vito $5.80, $2.40
2 Rock'N'Roll $2.20
1 Pilluelo $5.60. $3
2 Silver Girl $4.60
1 Corviglia $5.60, $2.60
2 Ramio $2.80
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in iht Ofdiniry Drawing No. 2084 February 15, 1959
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprises the two series "A'' and "B"
No. Prlie No. Prizes No. Prlws No. Prized No. Prlze No. Prize! No. Prixe No.'l, Prize! No. Prizes No. Prize
0009 1SS.00 1009 150.00 2009 150.00 3009 156.00 4009 156.00 5O09 156.00 6009 156.90 7A09 150.00 8009 156.00 9009 156.00 f
0109 2,600.00 1)09 2,600.00 2194 2,600.00 3 1 Oft 2,600.00 4109 2,600.00 1109 2,600.00 S109 2,0.M 7109 2,600.00 8109 52,000.00 9109 2,600.00 I
0209 156.00 1209 150.00 2209 156.00 3209 156.00 4209 156.00 5209 156.00 6209 150.00 7209 156.00 8209 156.00 9209 150 00
0309 156.00 1309 150.00 2309 156.00 3309 156.00 4309 156.00 S309 156.00 0309 150.00 7309 156.00 8309 156.00 9309 156.00 j
0409 156.00 1409 150.00 2409 156.00 3409 156.00 4409 156.00 5409 156.00 6409 150.00 7409 15600 8409 150.00 9409 156.00 i
0509 156.00 1509 156.00 2509 150.00 3509 156.00 4509 150.00 S509 156.00 0509 156.00 7509 156.00 8509 156.00 9509 156.00
0009 156.00 1609 156.00 2609 150.00 3609 156.00 4609 156.00 5609 156.00 0609 150.00 7609 150.00 8609 156.00 9609 150.00
0T09 156.00 1709 156.00 2709 156.00 3709 156.60 1 4709 150.00 5709 156.00 6709 156.00 7709 150.00 8709 150.00 9709 156.00
0809 150.00 1809 150.00 2809 150.00 3809 156.00 4809 156.00 5809 156.00 6809, 150.00 7800, 156.00 8809 156.00 9809 150.00
0909 156.00 1909 150.00 2909 150.00 3909 156.00 1 4909 156.00 5909 156.00 6909 150.00 7909 156.00 8909 156.00 9909 156.00
s s s s s s s t
8100 520.00 8101 520.00 S104 520.00 8106 520.00 8109 520.00 8111 520.00 8113 520 00 8115 520.00 8117 520.00
S101 520.00 8103 520.00 8105 520.00 8107 520.00 8110 520.00 8112 520.00 8114 520.00 8110 520.00 8118 520.00
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
$ s S S SS St s
0066 260.00 1066 260.00 2000 260.00 3066 260.00 4066 260.00 (066 200.00 S06S 260.00 7060 260.00 8006 260.00
057 130.00 W)5S 130.00 9061 130.00 9063 130.00 9065 130.00 9068 130.00 9070 130.00 9072 130.00 9074 130.00
OSS 130.00 9000 130.00 9062 130.00 9004 130.00 9067 130.00 9009 130.00 9071 130.00 9073 130.00 9075 130.00
9 S S S S I S
0314 156.00 2314 150.00 S314 150.00 4314 150.00 5314 150.00 6314 150.00 7314 150.00 8314 156.00 9314 150.00
1305 104.00 1307 104.00 i 309 104.00 1311 104 00 1313 104.00 1316 104.00 1318 104.00 132o" loToo 1322 104.00
1300 104.00 1308 104.00 1310 104.00 1312 104 T0 1315 104.00 1317 104.00 1319 10.00 1321 104.00 1323 104.60
Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were seld at: The 1st. in Panama, 2nd.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending In 9 and hot Included in the above list win Fifty
WITNESSES: Manuel E. Benitez Ced. 47-22734
Silvino Riverol Ced. 8-28935
The winning ticket with
orjlv onlv to
The First Prize end the 2nd and 3rd
proxlmatlons are calculated on the
a ticket should carrv the numbers
claim oayment (or each.
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, February 15- 1959
Drawing Number 715
Third Prize. .....
It r v t
1- Maglia $6.40, $2.60
2 Deauvill $3
1 Al Justo $10.20, $6.20
2 Sicabu $6.20
Second Doublet $53.40
1- Jaco $3.60, $3
2- Tolola $5
1 Don Lucho $15, $10.80
2 Alpina $11
-Coltro $40, $3
-Airtic Process $2.80
1 High Day $4.60, $2.40
2 Princesa Gitana $2.80
OF THE NATIONAL lOmUJit BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA- .'J
Approximations Derived From First Prize
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
whole ticket has fifty-two pieces
by: The Governor of the Province of Panama JOSE A. CAJAR
The Representative of the Treasury JOSE MANUEL SILVERA
the last cipher and with the two last
the First Prlz.
Prizes are drawn separately. The en
First. Second and Third prizes In case
of each prize, the holder Is entitled to
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTSOR TAXES
Hungry Politico Take
Racing Back Up North
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Thoughts
at this time of the year used to
center on Hialeah and Santa Anita
and maybe thf picturesque New
Orleans Fair Gounds. Winter
racing became first class and was
a lot of fun.
But with New York politicians
needing money things ha 16 chang changed.
ed. changed. Now U you can think of.
while packing for a Florida trip,
is Thanksgiving Day on the
lawn a Jamaica and the punters
thoughtfully gnawing on sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches while watching the odds
board for any sudden show of mo money
ney money on a good thing, A turkey din dinner
ner dinner w'th the family was some something
thing something for the pilgrims.
It seems like yesterday. Which
it almost was. And now in front of
us a handout from the New York
Racing Association not ng that Ja
maica will open on Mar. 20. With
nine races a day, the ponies will
gallon on the New York circuit
until Dec. 1.
A telephone call Irom a bus
company informs that 40 charters
daily are leaving New York for the
races at Bowie, up the pike
ways from Baltimore, where they
resumed improving the breed as
early as Feb. 7. Don L'llis, presi
dent of Bowie, decided to buck the
weather rather than severe com
ALL OF WHICH GIVES a duali
ty of lmenss t the former that
it was necessary to neaa soutn in
order to keF uj with the horses.
You hardly get a breather these
It also points out a disturb ng
situation in New York, where
private track enter price
was taxed out of existence. Since
the running horse game was pla placed
ced placed in the hands of the state legis legislature
lature legislature the results have been ap appalling.
palling. appalling. The season has just been extend extended
ed extended to 220 days with a ninth race
added. This is aimed, quite
frankly, at fleecing the suckers out
of their last two bucks all the way
alone the line and especially when
they jam the new 32 million
lAaueduct layout, opening late in
J 1 ,i .it ( at
which comprises the two series "A"
Notary Public, Panama
The prize will be paid In accordance with the Official List of Panama la
Ihe offices of the National Beneflclent Lottery situated on Central Avenue.
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2085 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1959
Divided In two erle of 20 fractions each denominated "A" and "B"
1 First Prize. Series A and B, of
I Second Prize. Series A and B.
1 Third Prize. Series A and B. of
18 Approximations. Series A and B,
9 Prizes, Series A and B. of
0 Prizes, Series A and B. of
100 Prizes. Series A and; B,',f
IS Approximations. SertM X and B,
t Frlze. Series A and B. of,
IS Anprexlnutiona, Series A and B,
9 Prizes. Series A and B, of
Price of a whole ticket
Prirt of a 52nd part
Where New York Racing long
ran from early April until mid-October
with six races a day, it will
now operate from Mar. 20 to Dee.
1 w th nine races.
Meanwhile, bills to leealiz off
track betting, have been intiroductf
Nowhere doei it sav that th nn.
liticians consulte. Marshall r.a...
sidy, the man respons ble for put-
uni on racing in New Yont.
The Big Annie, at W Vnrv
racing was long called, has been' f
turned into one bie crans nun ':')
a take-the-suckors-over carnival 5
which easily could crash into
There are now so many track.4
that racing secretaries have had
trouble filling eight races. Tin
superior horses are thinly spread.
As it was hard to get enough 1
horses to fill early spr ng cards i
in New York. To fill nine races."
a, liberal sprinkling of billygotas- '-three-legged
platers and shipper f
from minor tracks will be in of-
der. When the big leaguers art
ready in early May, it will be ne
cessary to ask the bums to ge
Far years sensible people in pro professional
fessional professional sports hewed to one rule
keep out politicians.
The running horse people not
only were forced to let the politic-"
ians in but to give them a set
Those truly in'erested in racint
are concerned. They wonder where
it is all going to end.
Trouble At Home
For Bob Harrison. ;
NORMAN, Okla. (NEA) -Asked
to name tht greatest play
ers he playeo against during hi;
three vear var 'ty career a'
Oklahoma, Bob Harrison, the
All America center, named
Prentice Gautt and Stan West.
Harrison faced his fullbackiBf-
teammate, Gautt, in squad scrim-' 1
mages. He played against Wesf."1
burly 1949 Sooner guard, in two
spring Varsity-Alumni battles.
in Panama end 3rd. in Colon
Two Dollars ($52.00) each
PABLO A. PINEL M.
126.000 00 each series
7.800 00 each series
3.9O0 on each series
200.00 each series
1,300.00 each series
78.00 each series
26.00 each series
05.00 each series
ISO 00 each series
t 1.872 00
52.00 each serin
71.00 each series
CLASSIFIED IA D S
t THIS SPAC IS fca SALt' ;
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FOR RINT : Completely hir hir-aished
aished hir-aished chalet. 3 bedrooms, 1
batht, maid room with bath,
parch, terrace, araae. het water.
El Cansrejo. Phono 3-0598-
FOR RENT: Larto homo for
Clubhouio In uan Dia. garden,
river aide property. Phone 2 2-3479.
FOR RENT: -Cheap, all onve onve-ni.nc,..
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48th Street No. 15-
FOR RENT: Nicely furniihed
house on the Trans-Isthmian
Highway 10 minutes from the
city. Ideal for Americans who
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Three bedroom with closets,
large living and diningroom. kit kitchen
chen kitchen with refrigerator, sas stove,
hot water, maid' goarter, fenced
yard, iwimming pool, garage,
telephone. Rent $50.00 monthly.
To responsible party only. Phone
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FOR RENT: Two bedroom fur furnished
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gre. Alegre. Tel. S-2795.
If you need a warehouse or fac factory
tory factory building well located near
the center of the city, we are ot ottering
tering ottering to construct on our 2728
eg. meter lot in Calle Q. In ac accordance
cordance accordance with your requirements.
Phone Dr. Valdes, Panama 2 2-0893
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Do you know
$25.00 Reward for the
name of any person we
can tell a car to in the
next 30 days. If you know
of anyone Planning on
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Panama t-0870 or -019
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Authorized service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury.
Wa cash checks and Lottery
ticketg At any time.
We are located rlrht across
froni the Aneon Bus Stop.
af -,Mr arefetslonal er amatenr
ta-uMmlseo nerds Mpalrlna, talkl
with Mt Rafael Diss, eur
TROPaco, s. a.
MMmtra Deal Manager Tel.
14M! k eStfe aU A Via bpalta.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom aparmeirt,
hot water, Campo Alegre, linen,
dishes. Phone 3-5024.
Furnished1 and unfurnished
apartments. Telephone 1386.
New Alhambra Apartments. I Oth
FOR RENT; Apartment near to
the Hatlving, dining roam, two
bedroom independent service,
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co Francisco do 4a Caleta. Tel. 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
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No. 43, San Francisco de la Ca Caleta,
leta, Caleta, Tel. 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
livingroem, bedroom, bathroom,
kitchen, big back porch and two
independent entrances. P r ic
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For information call telephone
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FOR RENT: One room apart apartment,
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elor bachelor only. $37.50. 51 Street No.
38. Phono 3-6090.
FOR RENT: Going on vacation.
Furnished apartment, 2 bed bedroom,,
room,, bedroom,, living room, dining room,
garago. From March 1st to April
30th. Chalet Conchita, opposite
Mini-Max. Phone 3-2084.
FOR RENTi Two bedrooms
apartment, livingroem, dining
room, balcony, hot water, $140.
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FOR RENT: 2 and I bedroom
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and ether extra. BASILIO FORD
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FOR RENTr Cangreie. Nicely
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with hot water and balcony. Call
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
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private bath and entrance. No.
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' v "Frangipanl St
- Ttl. 3-1870
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
eight, four door with power glide
and radio, top condition. Phone
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Special
hard top convertible, fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. $1150.00. 6-451.
FOR SALE: Austin-Healy
Sprite. Call Balboa 2-321 5. f
FOR SALE: 1951 duty paid
Chrysler New Yorker, 4 door
sedan, automatic transmission,
power steering, 3 new tires, car
in good condition $375.00 cash
Navy 2318 after 4 p.m. Navy
3365, during day.
FOR SALE: 1957 MGA, top
condition, wire wheels, w.s.w.
tires, reasonably priced. Call 83 83-2183.
2183. 83-2183. before 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford sedan
four doors in perfect condition.
Inspected by Police Trafic De Department.
partment. Department. Call Panama 2-2517.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 2
door, sedan, power-glide, un underrating,
derrating, underrating, 10,000 miles, perfect
condition. Call Balboa 2-1405.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Montclair sport coupe, in excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Call Balboa 2 2-1372
1372 2-1372 between 4:30 and 5:30
FOR SALE: 1952 4-door De De-Soto,
Soto, De-Soto, 5 good tires with tread.
Car never damaged. Two owners
since manufactured. Excellent
motor, radio, $475. Tel. 4-0291,
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Offered At YMCA
A new course to be conducted
at the Balboa YMCA-USO will af afford
ford afford the arm-chair adventurer an
opportunity to get out and do
some real jungle exploring.
The program' will begin mor morrow
row morrow evening by We Townsend
ttrhn will conduct the program
bout jungle trails. Sunday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, the group will actually take
a field trip on tiie Las Cruces
In a short periodic time, those
enrolled will have traveled- with
the experts over historic trails
and rivers, and explored caves
The concept of combining the
knowledge and experience of loc
al military and civilian persons
who have lived and trained oth others
ers others in jungle lore is unique and
1957-58, Herd-Top, S eyl. automa automatic
tic automatic drive, two tone, Hke new, only
ll,0O miles ww tire, radio,' duty
paid. Phone: Panama 3.M91.
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P o t?
FOR SALE: Modern mahogany
diningroom set, China closet, 6
chair table and pads. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4422.
FOR SALE: Book-cat bod
frame, eecretara, fan, foam rub rub-bar
bar rub-bar tofa, washing machine. House
0813 Plank street, Balboa.
FOR SALE Bleached mahogany
dining table, chairs, buffet. G.E.
Muiaphonic radio. Porch glider.
Lamps, Westinghouse refrigera refrigerator.
tor. refrigerator. Kitchen table. Wicker chain.
Assorted plants, ferns. 0302 Cs Cs-bla
bla Cs-bla Heights. Phone 2-4278.
FOR SALE: One livingroom tot
7 pes. one set diningroom, one
table w6 chairs, 1 buffate, one
China closet a glasson table and
buffete. One gas stove 4 burner
Iclorex), one 6 cu. ft. rdefrig rdefrig-erator.
erator. rdefrig-erator. ( Kelvinator) Panama
City. Tel. 2-0271 1 p.m. to
FOR SALE: 9 ft. Frigidairo re re-frigerator,
frigerator, re-frigerator, 60 cycle, $50.00.
5612-D, Diablo. Phone 2-2864
after 4:00 p.m.
NOWi China Closets 22.00, Kit.
chen table 7.00, double bed
12.50, wicker chairs 4.50 ward wardrobes
robes wardrobes 25.00, vanities 15.00,
crib w mattresses 29.00, aide aide-boards
boards aide-boards 12.00, small table 2.50,
mattresses 6.50, spring 12.50,
metal desk 29.00, pillow 1.25
ALSO beautiful wrought iron and
mahogany living and diningroom
t at rock bottom prices
Auto Row No. 41 (Ave. Nacio Nacio-nal
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FOR SALE: 3 piece livingroem
set 151 O A Gavilan Area, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Stove, refrigerator,
2 end tables, one small desk, day
bed. Call Panama 2-3066. 30
51st street, apt. 3.
FOR SALE: Furniture and rugs.
Excellent condition. Bargain,
price. Phono 3-6775.
No Riot M Florida
Just Von'f Obey
RAIFORD. Fla. (UPI) An
thoritoes aaid yesterday a disturb
ance at the state prison here was
caused by a new prisoner who
refused to obey orders from a
Dewitt Sinclair, superintendent of
the prison, said that reports a riot
was in progress at the prison were
"out of proportion."
He said the disturbance was of
a minor nature which he settled
quickly when he returned heer
Saturday night from field trip
to Fort Myers, Fla.
Sinclair said the trouble began
Friday when a Negro prisoner at
tna prison reception center re refused
fused refused by obey orders. When assist assistant
ant assistant Supt. L. E. Dugger and sev
eral guards attempted to restrain
him, said Sinclair, other convicts
went to his aid. He said several
additional attempts to remove Hie
prisoners Irom the reception cen center
ter center failed.
Sinclair said that following his
arrival he took 20 guards and
went into the reception center,
gathered up the rebels and threw
them into the prison stockade. The
prisoners will be taken before
disciplinary board today.
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To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return . $365.10
FOR SALE: Baby Grand plane,
In perfect condition $390.00.
DeSote car 1952 $200.00. Call
31 No. 4.41.
FOR SALE 1400 watt Amateur
Transmitter. Seventy foot oec oec-tional
tional oec-tional tower. Complete Mobile
Rig, Sideband exciter, Frequency
Meter,, other ham gear 07-31 b.
FOR SALE: General Electric TV
24" screen $150.00, atalnlete
steal tep kitchen tabla 47'jx30
inch, $25.00; stainlota steal top
tabla 32x30 inch $15.00, largo
box of tool $55.00) mahogany
desk $25-00; mahogany bedside
tabla 5.00; meat grinder, wicker
clothe hamper, card tabla and
misc. household item. House
3220 Empire Street, phona Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2612 before 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: TV CBS, 2 youth
beds spring and mattress, ana 60
cycle motor (washer) all for
$140.00. Phone, Navy 3535.
FOR SALE: By Sealed Bid, two
metal office desk and eix Gib Gibson
son Gibson air conditioner, window
type, one ton, good condition.
Can be inspected at U.S. Em Embassy,
bassy, Embassy, Balboa Ave., and 37th St.,
Monday through Wednesday.
FOR SALE: Large 4 plate ga
stove. Tel. Panama 4-0291.
FOR SALE: One Crib,
condition, 0303 Cable Hts
eon. ,: iv':.
To Hold Three Day
Assembly This Week
The Panama branch e the
Watch Tower Bible and Tract So
ciety will sponsor a three day cir circuit
cuit circuit assembly of Jehovah's Wit Witnesses
nesses Witnesses Friday, Saturday, aod Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. r 1.1 I I'M 1 11.1 In
,T "SY.-S rI
fo, and is for the purport oTBible
mviriKTviun anu rawmuiwu au
pel-preaching in this area, repre representatives
sentatives representatives for the (roup announc
All three days of this assembly
will consist of Bible talks, discus discussions
sions discussions and demonstrations. All ses sessions
sions sessions are open to the public with
A. V. Raper. Panama watcn
Tower branch supervisor of min
isters will be the featured speak speaker.
er. speaker. He will appear on the program
all three days and will deliver toe
main public address at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday. His subject is, "What are
the Prospects for Lartlng
Peace?" He wul answer juesf
turns of worn: wide importance,
such as, "Will permanent peace
ever be realized" and "H w,
when and by whom will lasting
Delegates rrom raraiso, iam iam-boa,
boa, iam-boa, Colon, Cativa, Rio Aba jo,
Pueblo Nuevo and other areas
are expected to attend. An at
tendance of about 1000 ig expect expected.
ed. expected. should prove te be very Sot creat creatine.
ine. creatine. The public is invited to attend
tomorrow evening at T:30 p.m.
tree of charge.
FOR SALE: Let 5W end 1.00B
motor, tm tha Nueva Hipodrema
Urhaaisatiea, ecreoe tfca Rome
Racetrack. AH lot with atraat
front, eawaga, water aula and
electricity. Cal W, McBamatt,
FOR IALE:-Lot 1.066 aguara
metere t) tha bast locatioa of
La Cresta, tituated between "V"
Street and new atraat. Far Infor Information
mation Information please call Tel. 2-217
from I a.m. to 12 aaaa and from
2 p.m. te f p.m.
FOR SALE: Corner let. hectare,
aiaa, Campana Hill, near San An Antonio
tonio Antonio Inn. Call Mia. Davioe 3 3-0996.
0996. 3-0996. Dogs
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel and.
German Shepherd puppies. Ma Mariana
riana Mariana Arosemena street Ne. 39,
apartment 3, abava Farmacia La
Official Of Electrical Vorlcers Union
Visits Zone Regarding Merit System
Vies President and Mr. ff. XJ
Barker of tine Internatianal Bro
therhood of Electrical Workers'1
AFL-CIO arrived on the -nal Zons
last week for an inspection and
orientation on the new Canal Zone
Merit System with its associated
evaluation and nay okn
Barker it no stranger to the Can
al Zone, having visited manv
times during his 28 yean as vice
president of the Fifth District of
the International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers. This district
covers five southern state, Puerto
mco, and flu Canal zone
Ha is visiting the Canal Zona
after spending three weeks in Puer
to Rico a the labor member of
the, S01 termininf ,.ttejM
serin Puerto Kic as nro-
vided by tnc t &tt Luaor stasdardt
During his stav here' he has met
with Rocco Siciliano. sneciai as
sistant to President Eisenhower,
Warren Irons, executive director
of the U.S. Ctvil Service Commis
sion: Joseph E. Winslow, adminis
trative -assistant hi Siciliano's of
fice in the White House, and Ro
bert Willey, personnel director ot
tne Department of the Army, now
on the Itshmug studying the im
plementation of tne Merit System.
He has also met with Col. David
B. Stone, chairman of the Canal
Zone Civilian Personnel Policy Co
ordinating Board and its executive
secretary, Gordon Fnck
Mutual ef Omaha
Cyrnee M Msralter Life 1
In a sluefest. the Cyrnos wallop
ed the Gibraltar Life Juniors by
k lopsided score of 18 to 7 In ef
fort to stem the onslaught of the
Cyrnos team, Gibraltars cleared
their bench and every player on
then roster saw action.
In each of the first three Innings
Cyrnos outfit scored four runs and
were blanked in only one inning.
On the mound for the winners was
coach s son, Dar Junior Pope
who helped his own cause by be
ing the leading hitter for tne day
with three out of four trips to the
The box scoret
18 Jenkins, lb
IFoster P, rf
W Jenkins, t
F. Deveau, rf ?
E. Deveau, t
Far better Heme Service, Always
Phona 3-7607 Panama, Servlee
from 9:00 a.m. ta 10:00 p.m.
-Fatter, mere economical. TV, Ra Radios,
dios, Radios, HI-FI Transistors specialist.
W service all make and models.
We don't pretend to guarantee
Wa guarantee ft.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivgli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Protect yaur heme and proper property
ty property against fitted damage.
Prempt scientific treat meet an
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 ar Cofon 1777.
LOST: Green parrakeet (budg (budgie),
ie), (budgie), female (brawn noseband).
Finder please return to Wigg,
Balboa 2-3479, reward.
Another neetint waa huM with
uanai wo uov. Wiiliam Pot Potter.
ter. Potter. He) attended tha rmilai- mnnrh
ly meeting of L. U. 397, I. B.E.W.I
at Wriz Memorial Building in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa He was the principal speaker
at a joint meetine of LU. 397'i
and L.U; 677's executive boards
ahd officers Friday evening in th
conference room of the Industrial'
irainHje; urner, Jtanboa Heights.
Mrj; and a Mrs. Barker were
guests of honor at a rldnrmr h)
m line patio of tbe .livoii Guestt
nwwe sacuroay eveOutg, sponsor!
on m Atiantw and Pacuic sides
C SundaVu Barker MnH.H thJ
Clar iZone Central Uhw Unfoo
ana juevu TOades Council meeting
in Balboa, and will wind up a busy
schedule by attending the regular
monthly meeting of L.U. 677, I.3. I.3.-E.W.,
E.W., I.3.-E.W., tonieht at the Mismia rm.
pie m liatun.
ah members of Lu. 67T ahd
L.U. 397 I.BEW are urged to at attend
tend attend this meeting to receive first firsthand
hand firsthand Barker's observations on the
isems ot current interest.
Ae 78r Dies
Al Home In Colon
Mrs. MareareUtumberbatch. a
former residenfof Santa Crui,
Canal Zone, died at her home in
Colon yesterday. She was 78
Mr?. Cumberbatdi came to the
Isthmus from her native Barba
dos in 1907. She is survived by
wee daughters. Eidica, Hermina,
and Norma; a son, Isaae; 9
grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren;
and two sisters. Mrs.
Julia Edwards and Mrs. Maude
Funeral arrangements wM be
announced at a later date.
Six Young Children,
As Tiny Home Bums
SOUTH BEND. fed. (UPI)
Seven members of a family, in
cluding-six -children, burned to
death early yesterday wh they
were trapped te a fire that swept
their tdny home.
The children were tne sons and
daughters of Mrs. Amelia Parker,
32, who was away rrom nome at
tne time of we fire. A seventh
child, Mrs. Parker's daughter,
Queen, 6, escaped from the blaz
ing structure and notified neigh neighbors
bors neighbors who apparently contacted
The seventh victim was Mtrs.
Mary Reeves, 58, the children's
grandmother, who lived in the
email 22-foot by 28-foot house and
was baby-sitting while Mrs. Par Parker
ker Parker was absent.
Authorities said the victims ap apparently
parently apparently were asleep when a
stove in the living room over overheated
heated overheated and touched off the tragic
The Parker ildren' who per per-iished
iished per-iished were identified s Wilbur,
10; Terry, gj Harold, 5: Laurel,
3; Mary EUzabeth, 3, and Jeanne
Having trouble with1 your e e-lectronie
lectronie e-lectronie Eouipment? Call
and yon will be promptly
serviced. Tel. 3-7489
WANTEDtLady ar gentlemaa
to offer domestic appliances from
dear t dear. Salary and commi commi-oion.
oion. commi-oion. References and phoregrapl
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ma Panama American. ...'
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BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.X.
PHONE BALBOA 370
Dr. Wendehake Medical Clinic,
opposite Chase Bank, Central
Avenue 1B-117, Phone 2-3479.
WANTED TO RIMTs Sina.1. er
eablan cloted aarage ar Similar
"a freferablv vicinity
El Cangreie ar Bella Vista. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 3-0098. '.
WANTED: One bedroom anfura
iished apartment by America
rf, JJCaegraia. Call I J-
I 43a S '' -1
WANTEDt American family,
lent term,, two bedrooms chalet.
I 7317 C,m" Al"' T1,
School Of Religion
llighl At SI. luke'j
A school of relieion for all mam.
bers of the community will he cnn.
ducted at the Cathedral ef St. s
uujic, Aneon, Degmmng tomorrow
and continuing on every Tuesday
nigM inrougnout tne lenteq season.
i: 'i :
iiitr' BL-nooi win onea rim
ayening- Prayer Service at 7:30
p.m. conducted by the Rev. Carl Carl-WKflSfc
WKflSfc Carl-WKflSfc Morales, assistant at St.
raui f VBttrcn, Panama. During
this service he will lead a series
of meditations on The Holy Spir
It,'; JTrpra SrsS to 1:45, there will
be three elelective eourses: "Un "Unity
ity "Unity in Christ" by the Ven. Lemuel
a, snmey, sector of St. Paul's,
Panama; 'Tips for Church School
Teachers' by the Rev. Carl P.
Ijams, Assistant to the Dean of
the Cathedral; and "The Message
of the Apocrypha hv tha nr
John HTownsend, executive sec secretary
retary secretary of the Missionary District
oi me ranama canal Zone.
Tha final nart nt thm .ln. in
begin at 8:45. and will rnn.i.t r
ine snowing of the Moody Bible
Institute color motion pictures on
Religion and' Science. Thn
" snown at we erst session
Will DO Xhe God Of rraatinn
Thlwfllrbe followed by comments
by th Very Aev. Mainert J. Pet Peterson,
erson, Peterson, Dean of the Cathedral.
The school: is- under the sponsor sponsor-ship
ship sponsor-ship of the Department of Chris
tian aaucauon of the Episcopal
Church, but is geared to meet the
needs of alt Deonle who wish to
learn more about the Christian re-
iiHiua h is uvea and expressed
in me me ei me cnurch, Evaryo
Point 4 Engineer,
Leaves For Thailand
William L. Stephens, water re resources
sources resources engineer for Point 4. hat
been transferred to Bangkok,
inauana, where he win coordin coordinate
ate coordinate engineering features of a pro program
gram program to gather basic data for
development of tht Mekong Riv River
er River basin which extends through
four countries. Stephens left to
Stephens came to Panama In
January, 1955, 1955, and directed
the establishing of a hydrology
data gathering program to ee?
ure necessary stream flows, pre
cipitation records, seoimemaraon a
data am! other information ne-l
cessary to determine the best me methods
thods methods of developing the natural
water resources of Panama. This
program is being; carried on in
SCIFE (servacio iwperauvu in inters
ters inters merica no de Fomento Econo-
mico). a cooperattve service di
rected jointly by the Institute de
Fomento Jixonomico x ranama
and Point 4. Af tor two years -tha
program was placed under the di direction
rection direction of Risardo Arosemena and
with the assistance of Stephen
as advisor,, tne program na in in-rJnHed
rJnHed in-rJnHed a. study of hvdronower no
tentials of the entire Republic of
Panama. As a result of this st
dy, which has shown the possihU
utv ot deveiopuat consiaeraoie
hydroelectric power, more detail
ed studies of specific dam pro
jects for power are now nemf
During the past yae Stephens
was presented a letter of com com-mendatioA
mendatioA com-mendatioA frcnt Point 4 together
with a monetary award for e
ceotlonal performance. Mrs. am
phens wifl .leave ( Panama jai
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Today's XV Program
1:W CrS NEWS
3:15 Dinah Shore
J: JO 8nn..i- ...flr
4:00 Trduurt: ,-
4:10 Mr. Wlurd
1:00 Hoy Rogers
T:00 High Road to Danger
T:J0 Roynt Playhmmt
8:0 Club Checkboard
S 45 Movie Time:
10:30 Stan of Jau
11.00 CFN NIWS
11:15 Erie: Voice of
Firestone and Schllta
Courtesy of Aeroflaa Panama Alrwaa
PHONESl PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 3 HM
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to p.m.
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 (U PI) The House Space: Co mm ittt- today sought to tearn how toon if eveiw man
jnay be able to wage war by changing' the weather. v
Some experts have warned that ability to control the weather would bt a more terrible weapon than th H-
The committee summonea Tor questioning iup u.a.
tion research programs.
The theory of using weather con control
trol control as a weapon of war is simply
nation able to control the
weather oould, without firing a
shot, destroy another nation by
preventing any rainfall and there thereby
by thereby turning it into a starving dust dust-bowl
bowl dust-bowl 6r one nation might deliber deliberately
ately deliberately flood another with great
rainstorms. .... L L
Or, one nation might devastate
another with hurricanes.
i Weather modification is still in
ite infancy. However, some experts
hive "said that progress could be
speeded up considerably by financ financing
ing financing new and broader research pro-
US scientists' also have noted
that Russia is putting considerable
emphsais on weather research and
the traniing of experts in this field.
American experts stress mai .c
of weatner comrui
for peace are even
of the weather even
Prof. Hans Janowilz
Al Olympic Stadium
phony tomorrow night the sec second
ond second performance of the Summer
Artistic Season at the Olympic
Stadium at 7:30.
.Janowitz will play Uw? Con Con-cferto
cferto Con-cferto in E flat Major, with Ed Ed-uardo
uardo Ed-uardo Charpentier Jr., conducting
the -orchestra. The grand piano of
the -National Theater will be taken
out for the first time, and trans transported
ported transported to the Stadium as a well well-earned
earned well-earned courtesy toward a very
8XhePprogram, which includes the
overture of ''Robin of the Woods"
by Weber, Liszt's Les Preludes,
anchCharpentier's Capricho Tipico
No l, will end with the Rhapsody
in Blue of George Gershwin.
Panal Zone residents are espe espe-uiiv
uiiv espe-uiiv invited to this concert.
Tickets will be available at the
Stadium the night of the concert at
from ten to fifty cents.
. The concert is sponsored by
in.AYrn to promote artistic and
. 9:00 P.M.
S:ln 4:50 8:55
IN THE ROLE
THAT FITS HIM
LIKE A GUN
RUT DRAMATIC MOTION PICTURE!
A deeply moving etory of a
truly remarkable family and
a mi m mm
LSI Tohnloolor wssf
X t TOMMY MW- KEVIN CORCORAN
vmtox mmtjm chuck amon
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only limited control would save
billions of dollars and thousands
of lives by curbing -or preventing
natural disasters. ;
Moreover. It would enable lauCe
desert areas to be converted iintol
Increase In Gas, Fuel Tax
Unlikely, Says Tax Writer
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
top tax writer in Congress turned
thumbs down last night on
President Eisenhower's request for
an increase in federal taxes on
gasoline and aviation fuel.
Chairman Wilbur D. Mills of the
House Ways and Means Commit Committee
tee Committee said he aw no chance, for
any tax increases this year. He
also predicted there would be no
tax cuts either.
All tax legislation in Congress
must originate in Mills commit
tee, so the opposition of the Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas Democrat virtually seals
the fate of the two tax hikes pro proposed
posed proposed by the President.
Eisenhower asked Congress in
his budget message to increase
the present 3 cents a gallon to
4Vi cents. He said the boost was
needed to keep the special fund,
wnicn finances the interstate high highway
way highway program', in the black.
Witnout the tax boost, the Chief
Executive estimated the fund
would be 241 million dollars in the
hole by June 30, I960. The hike
would bring in an estimated 690
million dollars next year.
Federal Wage Bill
Entered In Congress
To Protect Workers
WASHINGTON (UPI) Legis Legis-lation
lation Legis-lation to "raise the federal mini minimum
mum minimum wage to $1.25 an hour and
extend wage-hour protection to an
additional seven million workers
was to be introduced in Congress
The bill will be sponsored in
the Senate by Sens. John F. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Wayne Morse
(D-Ore.) and in the House by
Rep. James Roosevelt (D-Calif.).
They said in a joint statement
the bill would bring under the
wage-hour law seven new types
of enterprises. The measure also
would remove or modify the ex
emption now provided .to 12 other
types of enterprises.
The sponsors said their bill
would correct the "shocking" fact
that millions of citizens "cannot
earn enough, no matter how many
hours they toil, to maintain them themselves
selves themselves and their families at a
higher level than bare subsist subsistence.'
ence.' subsistence.' The love story of the
COLOR M LUXC
ID i-. IT"-! I II
H 1SQBEL LENNART
scientists who direct th fovernment's weather Mnodifica-
farmland to feed the world's rap
idly expanding population.
The National Science Founda
tlon's new budget proposes spend
ing two million dollars in fiscal
1960 on the government's weather
But Mills said in speech be before
fore before the Tax Executives Institute
that when the fund was set up
Congress ordered a study of costs
and maintenance of the highways
to better determine "an equitable
basis for the distribution of the
tax load." This s(udy is due by
Jan. 3, 1961.
"Unless tiiere are eompelling
reasons of which I am now una unaware,
ware, unaware, I cannot vote to increase
the gasoline tax to keep the fund
on a pay-as-you-go basis prior to i
the submission and analysis of the
cost allocation study due on Jan.
3, 1961," he said.
The President also, proposed to
increase the tax on aviation gas gasoline
oline gasoline from 2 cents a gallon to 4
cents, and to impose a new 4V4
cent levy on jet .fuels. The pur purpose,
pose, purpose, he said; would be to make
users pay a greater share of the
cost of airway costs.
Mails said the adminisitraltion
had provided no details on reasons
for the increase er how airway
costs were to be split between
military "and cOmJmeTcial nsersvHe
said the Commerce Department
was making one: study m national
transportation policy and tne en
ate, Commerce Committee propos
"Here again it would appear to
be inappropriate for any increases
to be made in the tax on aviation
gasoline until considerably more
inform atfrni la available as a it-
suit of these studies," he said.
GuillermO de Vicente, S3, Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, was fined $25 today in Balboa
Magistrate's Court for being drunk
and unable to care for himself in
a public place.
John W. Crawford, 41, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was assessed $10 for driving
on Diablo Road without a valid
Rafael O. Zambrano, 26, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was charged with driving
a bus with dangerously worn tires
on Balboa Road. Since the bus was
not his, he was- placed on one
year's probation for the effense,
but he was fined $10 for driving
the bus without a Canal Zone li license.
cense. license. white mieeionary and
under the China sky!
Agree To Help UAR
Build Aswan Dam
LONDON. Feb. 1 UPD
Prague Radio said today that
Czechoslovakia and other Com'
munist countries, as well as
Russia, have agreed to help the
United Arab Republic build the
huge Aswan Dam on the Nile
A broadcast heard here said
the U.A.R. recently concluded
negotiations -with the commer
cial attaches of Czechoslovakia,
Bulgaria. Romania, Poland,
Hungary and East Germany, it
said these countries have set
up a special agency to coor coordinate
dinate coordinate work on the first stage
of the giant hydroelectric and
MISSED AT LAST
9ITHA, Israel (UPD-Mrs-. Leah
Samuel told police her husband
has been missing for five months.
Asked why she didn't report
his disappearance sooner, she ex explained:
plained: explained: "1 didn't mas turn wmui now."
Engineers In Panama And Canal Zone
Plan Special Observance Next Week
During the week t Feb;
22-28, engineers in the canai
Zone as weu as inrougnous we
United States will celebrate En.
gineers' Week. Here on the istn
mus, engineers or panama wiu
Join those of the Canal Zone
in participating in various efc
vents sDonsored by the Engi
neers' week committee, this
committee Is composed of mem'
bers of the several engineering
societies established In1 Panama
and the Canal Zone. Tne out outstanding
standing outstanding activities of the week
Canal Trip. Tuesday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, Feb. 24, engineers are in invited
vited invited to transit the Panama
Canal from Gamboa to Diablo
Heights aboard the Craneboat
U.S. atlas. Tne purpose 01 tne
trip will be to vlew the various
cut widening jobs, cut lighting,
locks lighting and other f ea
tures of the Canal.
Reception. The Panamanian
Society of Engineers and Archi
tects will have a reception in
the Building of Arts and Scl
ence in Panama, on Tuesday,
Feb. 24, at 8:30 p.m. The recep reception
tion reception will form a part' of the
program celebrating Engineers'
week. Beginning tne reception,
new officers of the Panamanian
Society for this year will be
sworn Into office. The rest of
the program will include a but
let and dancing.
The fee will be $3.00 for
gentlemen; ladles will be ad
mitted free of charee. All Ca.
nal Zone and Panamanian en
gineers and architects and their
wives are invited to attend.
Science Quiz Show. At 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25, CFN
TV will televise a 30-minute
program featuring two three-
BIG BOOK! BIG CAST!
A great book comes to the screen. . Streaming
with the juices of rough-and-tumble life! See
Spencer Tracy in 'THE LAST HURRAH" some some-thing
thing some-thing to shout about! Co-starring Jeffrey Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, Dianne Foster, Pat O'Brien, Basil Rath bone.
The Canal Zone Committee for
the PhvsicaHy Handicapped has
approved the expenditure of $8,875
to aid 20 different persons.
The money will he used fos phy phy-siotheranv.
siotheranv. phy-siotheranv. elastic correction, spe
rial braces, hearing and other
iH. and noecial shoes.
In some cases the money win
take care of treatment for as long
In addition to the $8,875 alloca
tion, the committee also approvea
an amount totaling $700 to cover
over-expenditures. -C p m m 1 ttee
members were told of the difficul difficulties
ties difficulties in estimating' overall costs for
certain cases because Of the lengxn
or some treatments and other un
The smallest amount allocated
was $100 for braces and physio physiotherapy
therapy physiotherapy for a boy. Many allocations
were in the $500 range and one
was for $3,000. .
Persons' and families receiving
aid must show need of aid from
the committee, which in turn pays
costs over and above that com compensated
pensated compensated by insurance.
The committee also gave formal
approval to its executive chairman,
Forrest G. Dunsmoore,, for his ac action
tion action in mithnrizinC committee
funds to provide transportation for
handicapped cnuaren-to iwimmuns
therapy classes at tne aaiDoa
YMCA. It also amended its bylaws
to authorise annual instead of
quarterly meetings, and left much
discretionary power in the hands
of its trustees. v
man teams of high school stu
dents who will compew m an
swering questions on science
and tvifttnemaucs. xuacn team
win have two students from
Balbofc High School ana one
from Cristobal High School. The
students will be chosen by their
respective school's iac u 1 1 y;
Questions and answers for the
nrnoTum will be orenared by
teachers In the Balboa and
Cristobal High' scnoors Maine Maine-matics
matics Maine-matics and Science Department.
Annual Banqnefc--on saiur-
dav. Feb. 28. the Tivoll Guest
House's ballroom will be the
site of the annual Engineers'
Banouet for eneineers, their la
dles and guests. Tne evening s
activities will begin at 7:00 p.m.
with a social hour, followed by
a steak dinner.
Guest speaker for the eve
ning will be Cdr. Charles J.
Merdinger, CJB., USN, who is
director of the u.s. Naval civu
Engineering Laboratory at Port
Hueneme, Calif. "5,000 Years of
Engineering" will be tne sub subject
ject subject of Merdinger's color slide
Two Week Leaves
For Good Prisoners
WASHINGfON, Feb. l8-(UPI)
Chairman Emanuel Celler (D-N.
Y.) ''of the House Judiciary Com Committee
mittee Committee favors granting two-week
home leaves to federal prisoners
wun good records.
ueuer said he would Introduce 'a
bill today to authorize leaves
without cost to the Government, in
cases wnere the visit would rehab
ilitate a prisoner.
F:' f i-lft, ..-!
WEST TERRE "HAUTE, Ind.,
(UPI) An .unexpected second
crest of the flood-swollen. Wa
bash River slammed its mleht
against a weakened sandbag'
gea levee yesterday, posing a
rresh threat f of West Terre
The surprise crest, blamed en
a fresh run-off of heavy rains
ana wie tnaw of earner mild
temperatures, followed on the
heels of an Initial crest which
by-passed the citv Saturdav.
tmmy contamea oy me sand'
, .The river of .,, storied fame
sdPged' ,to?axew critical level
of 24.0vieet V- 10. feet above
flood stage early yesterday
Hua ncia waay aiier reacnini
a depth Of 24.6 feet in the firm
crest Saturdav and then fallinar
t tA n ..r
Meanwhile. Gov. Harold rtunA.
ley personally lnsnecteri the ice-
threatend Wabash Valley, flv-
ing over a 12-mile-long ice gorge
oeiween Lafayette and Delphi
The mammoth W inm has
been threatening to break up.
A sudden breakun.' authorities
iearea, could damaee and wreck
bridges downstream. 1
Although the breakun nrvnear.
ed Imminent Saturday, author authorities
ities authorities said the Ice gorge how ap appeared
peared appeared to be vholdtaff fast
with Only some minor ahlft.-
For Civil Defense
WASHlNGTbN' rtfpn tw.
pirector Lewis B. Hershey pro proposed
posed proposed today that young men re rejected
jected rejected for military service be
drafted for a few hours of ivii
defense work each week.
He said civil defena ilraftoo.
and would ''not. necessarily" have
to be- paid.
Hershey said the nation needs
to trin "Urge numbers of peo peo-ple
ple peo-ple for civil defense and expe experience
rience experience shows mat. a -training' Drn
gram works better when it is
Weather Or Not
This weather renort fnr it
hours ending- g a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographle Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
, Balboa Cristobal
(max. mph) N-23
RAIN (inches) 0
Gatun Lake .. 84.73
Madden Dam . .. .. 244.17
1:10 X:87 5:00
AT THE REQUEST OF OUR PA PATRONS
TRONS PATRONS WE WILL SHOW AGAIN
"CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF"
Crest S ams
lng tat sub-freezing temnera.
turei. There was jno movement
oi ice downstream.
(UPI) Only a giant boulder held
back a 300,000-ton landslide that
threatened yesterday to bury this
Picture book vAlplne? tillage f
The fact, increased the tension
and danger that has turned Her-briggeo-jpopulation
215 into a
virtual ghost .town with potential
destruction banging 3.000 feet
. The village! Roman Catholic
pnest, Father Emil Schmid, told
Sarishioners who gathered for
lass yesterday morning the slide
was onlly "fleximr its tnuseles" be
fore breaking loose on the town.
ae saia' earini: rocs am ice
tumbling slowly down the steep
siope ot mount jadcinorn, less
than a mile from here, was build
ing un around a "natural ob
stacle.", sBut' he warned 'the hur
dle cannot stop the landslide."
me landslide is progressing
every hour, the priest said, and
. t i 5itf i i. : a. .1.
eveuiuauy win orean iree to ue
scend on. the town. A
Women r and -mountaineers knelt
before a tiny makeshift altar set
up for tiie Mass in Herbriggen's
The school house itself was in
the evacuated 'danger zone" at
which the slide is aimed. But
guards kept watch outside
throughout tho service to signal
the alarm' should the landslide
begin, its push' down the moun
Other guards on a special ob
servation post on nearby Mount
Reckholder kept a round-the-clock
vigil over the crumbling moun mountainside.
tainside. mountainside. They will sound tne
alarm to the remaining villagers
if and when the threatening slide
begins its big' push.'
The English film star,
has made an enviable
I Finnir I
of horror, will next be seen as the unforgettable
human vampire of Bram Stoker's famed novel in
"HORROR OF DRACULA", a new ; technicolor
motion picture ftarring Peter Cushing, Micliaef
m 1 wmbi imiiiimm mmm"
i 4 J H'
I r-'r i4-
WJ fig f vm'? I
7:03 9:06 P.M.
All the sultry drama of
Pulitaer Prize Winning Play
V it now on the $creen!
In MCTROCOIO l
- wmmm' mmmm
sfory on paga 7
nanoiey and John McConnelC
Indiana adjutant general, con
ferred with National Ouardsmei
and local authorities after thi
aerial inspection tour.; Tl
After the conference, author
ities announced that Handles
and Guard, officials had decidf
ed not to use dynamite to bla4
the gorge loose r unless severi
cold or heavy, rains developed
Then-, the use, of: explosive
would be reconsidered. J
i Quardmen -patrolled th id
gorge area f .between Lafayetts
and Delphi, preventing ight
seers from entering the- area
and possibly-creating; a, traff is
bottteneck U an emergency del
veloped, u -fi I
1 -During "Its week-long rampagi
across lndlana,?tho Wabash, hat
forced about 2000 families front
their homes," claimed at i least
three lives, and caused an estt
mated 45 million dollara dantj
age. i .:-. 5
Vlclory f or Moyadc
World .famous Movado watcheS
go from triumph, to triumph, ac
cording to the cable quoted be
low and sent;' by- Movado JacJ
torles to their reoresentailves i
Panama,- Casa fastlich. I
The test, to whlch: the eabl
refers, held In the Observatorx
of Neuchatel Switzerland, Is ex
tremely- severe; rand to triumpa
in it is an honor ambitioned by
all the great Swiss, watchmak
ers. i J S
i'Fon the third eonsecutlvi
year Movado wins the keenly
disputed contest for wrist chron
ometers at the Neucxiatel of;
flcial Swiss Observatory stoa
Movado gains a double victor
obtaining first place ln the
grand list and beating; all re
cords for the series prize cover
ing four best wrist chronome
Christopher Lee, who
reputation as a harbinger
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