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INTIRN ATIONAL AIRWAY
PANAMA, R P., FRIDAY. JANUARY S, IMS
PanCanal Wvges Edging Up;
Number Of Employes Wane
Wages and salaries will go up, but the number of employes in the Panama Canal
organization is expected to go down during the next 10 years, officials of the Canal
Company believe. Due to increased labor productivity, and ascending efficiency, pay payroll
roll payroll costs are expected to rise more slowly than wage rates.
In practically all respects, the last fiscal year was the biggest in the Canal's 42
year history. Gov. W. E. Potter said in the Company's annual report to its single
stockholder Secretary of Army Wiiber M. Brucker.
Closing of the Suez Canal in October 1956 netted about $3,000,000 in additional
tolls for the Panama Canal. And the management hopes to retain a large percentage
of this diverted business.
In a special section on "International Cooperation" the report stresses that Pan Panama
ama Panama and the United States "are preserving their common interests, and peacefully re resolving
solving resolving their problems."
THE STAFF of the Post Office
Department has been increased by
170 throughout the Republic in the
new budget appropriation for 1958.
The appropriation was increased
by $250,000 over last year's.
The Carnival Committee will
held a press conference this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to explain plans for this
year's annual Mardl Gras cele celebration.
bration. celebration. The Carnival season will offi officially
cially officially start tomorrow with the
hoisting of the Carnival flag in
different parts of the country.
ftn newsnaser columnist com
plained today that the residents of
suburban Juan ma nave w run
the risk of drinking contaminated
water because the water main out out-lt
lt out-lt servine the area provides no
Her aiier a a.m. ;
AetorduM to the columnist.
much water as tney eeenr muiita
trickle which is available between
3 and 5 a.m. daily.
About $24,000,000 in wages and
salaries was paid last year to non non-US
US non-US citizens, chiefly Panamanians.
Direct purchases by the Canal
Company from sources in the Re
public of Panama reached a new
high of $5,200,000.
Curtailment of commissary oper operations
ations operations and abandonment of ship
chandler operations by the Com Company
pany Company transferred $12,000,000 a year
into Panamanian economy, the re
port noted. The Company "is thus
making a material annual con contribution
tribution contribution to the economy of the
Republic of Panama."
The Canal report to its stock stockholder
holder stockholder contained a "Master Plan"
for its operations. This makes it
possible to project future levels of
operation with reasonable accura accuracy.
cy. accuracy. Thus transits are projected at
an average growth rate of 2.2
percent a year.
Payroll costs are to increase
about 1.3 percent per year dur during
ing during the coming IS years. Sat
duo to' labor productivity md
efficiency, this percentage is
loss than half of the 3.5 percent
per year which wages and sala salaries
ries salaries are expected to rise.
Of wages and salaries of over
$39,000,000 pud last year, m ex excess
cess excess of $24,000,000 went to non non-US
US non-US citizens.
The "level of activity
trwftv tahteaeeniMons wit the Unit
Remillic of Panama. These oners- en
Charles A. Garcia
At Cristobal Court
.Charles A. Garcia, personnel as assistant
sistant assistant in the Personnel Bureau,
has been appointed acting magis
trate for the Cristobal Magistrate's
Court during the absence on leave
of Magiatrate E. I. P. Tatolman.
The appointment is effective
Tatelman is sailing tomorrow
for the United States on the Pa Panama
nama Panama Line. He will be on leave
until spring, when he will return
for a brief period before he re retires.
tires. retires. Garcia has served as acting
magistrate on number of oc occasions
casions occasions since 1952-. In preparation
for his present assignment he
sat with Tatelman on the ench
during the preliminary hearing
of a murder case this week in
the Cristobal Court.
A graduate in law of Fordham
University, ne. is a memDer oi
the New York Bar and practiced
briefly in New York City before
coming to the Canal Zone in 1940.
He is a past president of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Bar Association.'
tions are these subsidiary to t.
actual transiting of shis.
Bv 1966 it is expected that
porting operations will have fallen
anoiner iu percent.
The report went into consider considerable
able considerable detail as to the short-term im improvements
provements improvements in progress to increase
waterway capacity, and the tech technical
nical technical developments in progress
In discussing traffic, the report
said in part:
"For the first year in Canal his history
tory history the tonnage of cargo moving
An extensive repair program for
Ihatcher Ferrv terminals will be1
gin Monday morning which will
require a suspension of th ser service
vice service for a period of about1 six
The work is to be done by the
Maintenance Division forces and
will be conducted on a 24-hour
The ferry serviie will he suspend suspended
ed suspended at 6 o'clock Monday morning
and from then until Feb. 14, the
scheduled completion date, all ve vehicular
hicular vehicular trafffic across the Canal
will be routed over Miraflores
Both ferry ramps are to be over--haoled
and the east ramp will
be redecked. One of the principal
phases of the work will be the
replacement of fender piling at
BRINNINGOTN, England, Jan. 3
(UP) Band-leader John Wag Wag-sta'fe,
sta'fe, Wag-sta'fe, 27, was killed last night
when he threw his dagger in the
air as part of his routine, intend intend-..iag
..iag intend-..iag to catcb it coming down.
He missed and the dagger went
j through his heart.
For Finer Taste
Of Liz Clothes
LONDON. Jan. 3 (UP) British
fashion experts today gave Prince
Philip credit tor tne improvea
fashion taste that put Queen Eliza
beth II on the list of the world's 12
best dressed women.
They said that it was not until
her weddins in 1947 that Elizabeth
As a princess, she favored
dowdy, rather shape'ess clothes
and large hats that resembled
flying saucer on the back of her
But after her marriage to Philip,
Elizabeth's clothes sense began
gradually to undergo a change.
The first thing' Philip did, thi
said, was to induce the Queen
take off weight. She lost 20 pounds
under his insistance and caused
much newspaper comment.
However, the experts said the
loss of weight helped mold her
figure to the demands of her new
Then the Queen's clothes began
to change. She switched from pas
tel colors, traditionally worn by
royalty to more striking c othes in
deep greens and blues.
Form-fitting coats and head head-hugging
hugging head-hugging hats now are the rule for
from the Atlantic to the Pacific
'Ik' t 1. U
other direction. The demand on
the part of Japan for industrial
commodities such as iron and steel
scrap metal, and coal and coke,
coupled with the closing of the
Suez Canal, were responsible for
this heavy flow of commodities
from the Atlantic to the Pacific
The tonnage of cargo passing
through the Canal destined for
Japan during the year exceeded
1956 tonnage by 3,731,606 lone tons
or 59 per cent. The movement of
scrap metal alone rose approxi
mately 1,000,000 long tons, or some
arc per cent
"It is impossible to determine
the precise portion of this record
Panama Canal traffic movement
that is directly attributable to the
closure of tne Suez Cartel on Oct
31, 1956: however, it is estimated
that approximately 1,600,000 addi-
uona. long tons of cargo moved
mrougn tne Canal over trade rout
es which would normally use the
Suez Canal. Even more significant
than the rerouting of ships has
been the modification of world
trade patterns, which has been
advantageous to the Panama Can
al. Cargo moving through our wa waterway
terway waterway between the Far East and
Europe increased by 614,000 long
iona, or 619 per cent over the orev
mm year as a airect result of the
t closing; a
32 per cent. We havteestim
that the net gain in revenues re-
suiting from the closing of the Suez
Canal is approximately ss.nnn.nnn
Analysis of the gains made indi
cates that a arse percentage of
this increase will be retained."
In discussing the Company's
personnel, the report outlined that:
i-aoer roiarions were harmo harmonious
nious harmonious throughout the year. The
policy of keeping the representa representatives
tives representatives of labor organization
throughly Informed on develop developments
ments developments involving labor has result resulted
ed resulted in materially improved coo cooperation
peration cooperation between labor and -nan
Under the heading International
Cooperation," the report observed:
"The Panama Canal Company
which operates the Canal as well
as related enterprises is a corpo corporate
rate corporate agency and instrumentality of
the government of the United
States. Thus here on the Canal
Zone is a segment Of one of the
largest and most powerful nations
in the world living side by side
with one of the smallest in popu
lation, preserving their common
interests and peacefully resolving
their problems although there is
wide divergence in language, so social,
cial, social, racial, economic" and his
torical backgrounds. Our relation
Ship with the Republic of Panama
is a continuing interdependence
that has existed since the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama gained its independ independence
ence independence 54 years ago and construe
tion of the Canal was inaugurated
oy tne unuea states.
Big Search For
mH -met m IfffrWtfffler of his wife's baby
Wt JleB.. accompanied
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UNDER GUARD Pfc. Harold F. Res
son by another marriage, talks in
for Mrs. Blanca Castillo Rose
Rose's accessory. Standing
them to the courtroom.
Before Panamanian Judge, 8-man
low KM Hose Sta
A heated discussion
the acting District Attorney
the trial judge, and the drawing
to select the eight-man jury,
were the only highlights of the
preliminary session of the first
day of the trial of Pfc. Harold
F. Rose for the murder of a two-year-old
Justice Pedro' Fernandez Parilla
and acting District Attorney Hora Horatio
tio Horatio Velarde locked horns in the
secretariat of the First Superior
Tribunal ever the judge's decision
to call the trial today with or
without the prosecution.
Velarde argued that Fernandez
Parilla's ruling was improper and
after some wrangling the matter
with the intervention
d his wife. Blanca Cas
tillo Rose were brougHt te the
court this morning by two mem members
bers members of the National Guard, and
waited around in the corridor
while the jury drawing was' held
in the secretariat.
Rote, 20, a clean-tut, slightly slightly-built
built slightly-built youth, willingly allowed
himself to be photographed, but
his wife kept turning away or
putting her hand before her face
whenever a camera was pointed
in her direction.
Know Your Onions
BIRMINGHAM, England, Jan. 3
f UP 1 Four persons were hospffal
ized today because Mrs. Muriel
Bennet didn't know her onions.
Mrs. Bennet, her parents and
her daughter and the family dog
co'laosed ater eating a stew in
which she cooked her husband's
daffodil bulbs by mistake.
Failure Of Proof
Jailed For Murder
Donald S. Wright of Camp Bierd
who was being held in Cristobal
jail following a murder char.se
filed Monday in Cristobal Magis
trate's court, was released yes
terday on motion of Acting Dis
trict Attorney J. Morton Thomson.
The young Panamanian, who is
employed by the Canal's Naviga
tion Division was arrested Satur Saturday
day Saturday night shortly after Edwin E.
Clark, 33, also a Panamanian, was
found lying on Canal Street in
front of Building 1723, Camp
Clark, who was Weeding pro profusely
fusely profusely from a stab wound in the
lower left side of his back, iden identified
tified identified Wright as his assailant. Clark
later died in coco mho Hospital.
Police ssid that when they ar
rested Wright he admitted haying
the utahhing was is self defense
The two had been fighting over
a woman. It was reported that
Clark suspected Wright of paying;
attentions to nis (uartrsj gin
The Acting District Attorney to
day gave "failure of proof" as his
reason for moving for dismissal
il the muroer cnarge.
Magistrate E. I. P. Tatelman
granted the dismissal motion.
Also present at the drawing
were Col. Thomas Henderson of
the Judge Advocate Section, U.S.
Army Caribbean, several members
of his staff and two Spanish Spanish-speaking
speaking Spanish-speaking MPs.
Twelve iurors were selected on
the first draw, but three were re
jected one each by the two- de
fense lawyers and one by the dis district
trict district attorney.
A second drawing of six was
held later after it was discovered
that two of tne remaining nine
were not in Panama at present.
The selection of the jurors and
the preparation of summonses
took up almost until 10:30 a.m.
when two police patrol cars were
sent to round teem up. Alter an
ho -.- waiijj :udge Fernandez p
suspended the session until
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
ho toft.iaolfon Rote, who It
attached te the U.S. Army Gar Garrison
rison Garrison at Port Clayton, is being
defended by Jose M. Fayndes.
Rose is Charged with the murder
of. 20-month-old Eduarde Casti Castillo,
llo, Castillo, his wife's eon by another
Mrs. Rose, whose, defense is be
ing conducted by Adolfo Vargas,
is charged with being Rose's accessory.
Both were arrested Nov. 22,
1956, when the child died en route
to the hospital Mrs. Rose was re released
leased released about six months ago when
District Attorney Alvarado Jr.
asked for a dismissal of the charge
She was sgain arrested about
three weeks ago when the Supreme
Court reversed Alvarado's decision
and ordered her tried as an icces-eery.
Rose, who hails from Leaches
tint. Bursport, Me., has been
under arrest since 1956.
Of Forging Check
A preliminary hearing in
charge against a 'soldier accused
of forging a $100 check was held
W Balboa Magistrate s uoun yes
terday. The case against John H
Wiley, 23, American, was conti
Police said three additional
charges wil probably be filed
against the enlisted man.
stabbed Clark. But Wright claims!. Bailey is accused of forging a
check signed "Robert J. Hams.
sod made out to "Ronald J. Hen
ry." The false instrument was
drpwn on the Chase Manhattan
Bank and was cashed a tew days
hsrfore Christmas at the Albrook
AFB Post Exchange.
Detectives told the court that
Bailey had admitted the forgery,
Stating hat he needed the money
to repay a loan snare in
Ready To Go
The initial phase of the overhaul
of the Canal s Pacific Locks is
scheduled to begin early tomor
row morning when the large float
ing caissons used at each end of
the locks while they are emptied
are moved in place at Miraflores
The west chambers et Mira
flores will be the first to be
overhauled this year and begin
nine tomorrow, all traffic will
move through the east lane
f4e4tteitei nraoess is to be
gif- is w' as 'tit caisson at the
lowti .nd of (he locks has be"n
moved into place and sunk. Th
water in the two chambers above
sea-level will be spilled by gravity
flow after which the remainder
must be pumped out.
The main work of the overhaul
job is scheduled to start Monday
morning when about 400 work
ers employed locally report for
work, elona with a number of
craftsmen who aro being tern
porariiv transferred from the
Locks Division on the Atlantic
side or from other Canal units.
In addition to these, several em
ployments have been made in the
United States for specialized wore
The number of men to be em
ployed in the Locks overhaul this
year is less than in previous years
and will vary during the overhaul
period because of different work
schedule from previous overhauls
The difference in schedules results
from modifications to the Locks
Under the schedule established
for the overhaul this year, the
work on the west chambers at Mi
raflores will be completed in seven
weeks. After this the force will be
moved to the east chambers, fol
lowing which the overhaul of Pe
dro Miguel Locks will begin.
During the overhaul period
both Pedro Miguel and Miraflo
res Locks will bo operated on
24-hour basis, and Gatun Locks
will begin operations at 6 o'clock
in the mornings, an hour earlier
To expedite shipping, tandem
lockages two ships at a time
will be used when feasible and re
lay lockages will be used at Mira
flores Locks while one lsne there
is out of service. The relay lock
age system provides for the use of
two sets" of locomotives, each of
which maae a partial lockage.
The lockage, of ships will also
be considerably speeded up oe
csuse of modifications to the locks
which permit the use of double
culvert operation while one lane is
out of service, and the use of ootn
locks with single-culvert operation
Pana-when the center wall is emptied
7 Planes, 4 Boats
from Taboga Trip
An air-sea search for three soldiers, missing sin
Monday when they reportedly set sail for Taboga Isle
in an open 12-foot sairboat, was resumed this mom
by a combined fleet of Army Navy and Air Force be
Names of the three men were withheld pending noti notification
fication notification of next of kin.
The three soldiers were not known to be missing until
their passes exoired at midnight Wednesday. They left
on passes which started on Monday, with the announced
intention of sailing to Taboga. When they f ailed, to re return,
turn, return, the full-scale search was instituted yesterday.
I he Rescue Coordination Center at Albrook Air Force
Base was alerted and assigned responsibility for the
search to U.S. Army Caribbean. Planes and boats patrol-
tea rne warers ror mnes in ail directions all day yesterday.
The search was suspended at dark last night and
resumed early this morning by seven airplanes, two Navy
patrol boats, and two Army J-boats.
Capt. Richard E. LaBrode, 20th
Infantry is coordinating search
operations from the ground and
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Capt. John U Beles. 20th lafantar.
i coordinating opei atioaa jtt' Osj
lerly yesterday morning, an L
19 piano piloteeftjMet. Lt. John
ft. Ottlev. 10th Intantrv. mad a
flight ever taboga (stand. He was
Mowed by an H-23 helicopter
flown by Beler, who landed at
Taboga and spoke to the mayor
and other inhabitants.
The missing men and their boat
had not been seen by any of those
Cover for the Army helicopter
was flown by an L-19 piloted by
1st. Lt. Ellis G. Crummit, 20th
About 9 o'clock yesterday morn morning,
ing, morning, two L-19's flew along the coast
to Rio Hato. They were flown by
Crummit and 1st. Lt. Harold L.
Turner, 20th Infantry.
Half-an-hour later, Beler, flying
an L-23, flew a search pattern ov over
er over the waters past Taboga and
down the coast to Chiman. He was
accompanied by 1st. Lt. William
M. Lax, G-3 Section, Headquarters
USARCARIB, as observer.
At 10:30 a.m., and L-20 flown by
1st. Lt. Thomas' R. Smith, 20th In-
lamry, cnecKea the coast line
again new over Taboga.
vnne, Beler and Lax finished
Takes On New Job
Edward (Barney) Barlow might
well be said to haye canal water
in the blood.
After locking thousands of ships
through the Panama Canal as
control-house operator and super
visor ai miranores LOcks, ne re retired
tired retired a year ago with over 40
years of service.
During that time he also told
tens of thousands of visitors to
the Canal Zone how the Canal
operates both as a Canal employe
jind as a tour director in his spare
A year of retirement without a
canal to operate and no tourist to
enchant was enough.
iast montn Barney accepted a
job as consultant with the St.
Lawrence Seaway Corporation in
News of his new lob has just
been received by friends in the
Canal Zone, and was relayed to
The Panama Canal Review.
The Main Library in the Civil
Affairs Building on Gaillard
Highway, which is normally
open on Saturday mornings, will
bo closed tomorrow. It will re reopen
open reopen as usual next Monday.
The library is to be closed to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow because of work which
will bo going on In the Civil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Building In connection with
the permanent hook-up of th
air conditioning system. This is
one of the last phases of this
No fines will be charged for
books due tomorrow if the books
tne same time.
copier nown bv Cm mm it urfti. nt.
tley as observer, flew down the
f0"' to Chepo At Chepo they
landed for refueling, which was
acconished by landing an L-19
piloteoT by Turner, and carryttg
the necessary fuel.
At 1:30 o'clock yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon an Air Force C-47 took off
from Albrook Air Force Base. fol.
lowed by a T-33 jet trainer. The C C-47
47 C-47 was piloted by Maj. William D.
Small with Capt. James E. He
kins as co-pilot.
ine jet was flown by Lt. Cpi.
John L. Whalen All threi are from
Headquarters, Caribbean Air Com Command.
mand. Command. Minutes later the C-47 report report-od
od report-od a small boat about 12 miles
"east of Taboga. An investi investigation
gation investigation by an L-19 flown by La La-Brodo
Brodo La-Brodo disclosed a Panamanian
boy m a cayuee.
The 15th Naval District dispatch
ed the 63-foot patrol-type, beat, the
Dolphin, shortly after nooo yes yes-terday.
terday. yes-terday. The coxwain was Boat,
swains Mate First Class J. F Jor Jordan.
dan. Jordan. This boat has a 650-mile eruis eruis-ing
ing eruis-ing range and mounts r a
transmitter receiver with a. fin.
mile range. Standing by, the Navy
had the Jasper (Pc 486), cofi
manded by Lt. (j. g.) R. R. Rob Robertson.
ertson. Robertson. The 15th Naval District put out
a message to all Navy and Meeh.
am marine snips m the vicihit
nomying mem ot tne missing 1
The Jasper was set up tohi
any reports JXOm snips
The air-sea search
covered the area gene re I
mo coast from Punre
Chiman and about 20
to sea. The Air Pore
od to a distance of 150
The search fleet which
operations this morning a)
Two Army L-19's, flown
Crummit and Turner
Two Army L-23's, flown by
ler and Maj. Robert Winkler 1
R CAR IB aviation officer
One Army L-20, flown by g
with LaBrode as observer.
une ait f orce u-47.
Maj. ueorge O. Hants
ioiea Dy ist. lit. S.
one Air Force T-i
Col. Fred A. Camni
Two Armv J-hna
direction of Percival
Uthan A. Brown, be
The Commanding I
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announced today thi
excessively heavy tn
ments no hunting wi
ted in the JWTC an
nity of Ft. Sherman
through Feb. 21-
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the area will also
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May 1 through
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Now and again a letter appears in the Mall Box column
won written and In good taste. Such letters indade those by
nfi TWt PlXOphe?'MMall Box, Dec. 19), "Girl Across the
Border (Mall Box, Dec. 11) and M. R. CTewe fMail Box, Dee.
would like to comment on those so-called "lucky Amer Americans,"
icans," Americans," the Canal Zonlans. To many Latin Americans these
Americans might be considered lucky. Perhaps fortunate is a
better word. I disagree that they are either lucky or lortunate.
I itt nailyTNorth American, etatfoned with, the Marine
Corps here in the Zone. I dare say that many Zonlans ate
making four or five times the salary I am. and-at the sun
ttaohove neater social standing, prestige, etc. Many perhaps
are living at a higher standard than I ever will, even after I
to back home for discharge.
TWi is the fourth foreign country I have served in six
man. in none of these countries, including Panama, have
found anything, money included, that would induce me nrac nrac-tteally
tteally nrac-tteally to give up my birthright and settle abroad. No one
knows better than myself some of the shortcomings of living
to the States, for I was born Into a low social class. But I
iouidn't trade life In the States for any place on earth.
Most of ns Yankees know what's wrong with ourselves and
with our country. We don't need outsiders to-be forever giving
us pointers on how to behave abroad. Have you ever noticed
foreigners' behavior in the US? Americans don't have a mono mono-JKflyon
JKflyon mono-JKflyon rudeness. I have found quite a bit of it in Pana.na,
W .. m ill...-. tk.i T iHni main rflff llMllt.u Is the
1 personally ucuc v c max, wig vu jn,u .......
in chip on hit shoulder. He's too rjuick to look for an in-
or a slight where none is intended. ,
a. fnr Panamanians who have taken a few trips to the
tea. and then nrofess to be experts on the Yankee system,
it lt't laughable. You could put the Republic of Panama m-
home state atone ixuwuia;. ieu num aw
th. an Americans differ aa much as nieht and day. The
erence in the way of thinking of Americans from, say, Texas
Maine is remarkable.
raobellwta lot of Zonians are pampered, antaledand
ttmecessarlly rede. But I don't think they're lucky. They nave
ST live a good portion of their lives here, money and all, but i
have it better than they do. I can go home.
Panama's Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Ernesto Cas Cas-ero,
ero, Cas-ero, recently declared in a speech before the Panama Stu Stu-ta'
ta' Stu-ta' nonaraaa. and in the nresence of several cabinet thinls-
s, that Panama it not receiving adequate profit from the
and that h country snoum gei one nan oi mi iuu
ten annuauv 111 mc uuciruuh ui nrn ....--,
he tsyt. "goinn into legalistic discussions or mierpretauons
It it to be regretted that such misleading and fantastic
fas should be spread among our neignoors across uie uuiun
this irresponsible way. It is even more to be regretted when
it done publicly by nign-rantung government oureiws
r Dent upon umuung m mo muiuo ui rwuuua jw"b" jw"b"-am
am jw"b"-am nn nrafiuHu and notions hostile to the United States.
Of naaW. of' course dismiss the matter bv saying that all
harmful nrohaeanda. alone with the blasts against, per-
ne tales in the Commissaries and the imports of New Zea-
beef, is nothing more than political juggling oasea on
leap, demagogic outbursts. But in tne present instance me
case it really serious because Castillero, on account of nis oi oi-ficlal
ficlal oi-ficlal rank, is evidently voicing the views of the government of
PoTthie reason I would like to remind him of the follew-
, Panama received in 1004 the lump sum of $10,000,000 from
the United States for territorial and sovereign rights in the
Canal Zone. For these same rights Panama has since then
been receiving a very substantial annuity, recently Increased
from $430,000 to $1,9304)00.
The Canal was ouut and is maintained, operated and pro-
at the exclusive expense of the united states. Tins, in
ways, it alto a protection for Panama from any foreign
or invasion, it is a gigantic investment, running into
of dollars, to which Panama has not contributed a sin
gle red cent.
Panama, on the other hand, has derived, and is deriving
tthis moment, enormous benefits, both moral and material,
m the existence of the Canal.
1 The little republic would not be what, it is today, with its
flourishing commercial life, its university and schools, itsr eon eon-Jrete
Jrete eon-Jrete roads and paved streets, its good sanitation and general
arosperlty, were it not for the Canal constructed by American
genius and enterprise with American money.
If Panama by some chance had contributed half the money
i canai nas cost and u it were now paying nan tne cost oi
upneep, operation ana oeiense or tne wsterway, i couio
erstand that Panama mieht then think it should receive
half of the mosey produced by the Canal.
Since this is not the ease, it is absurd to pretend that the
States should share on an equal basit with Panama the
ne from the Canal. It is most mischievous to lead the
people Into thinking they have, any such right,
a, muuiy vi uo m me vnu ue ana in wie uiutca ownco
eel groat sorrow that such poisonous anti-American propa propaganda
ganda propaganda should be carried on in Panama at the present time by
tiiird-rate politicians prepared to mislead weir, people merely
to gain applause. Such damaging political agitation serves only
to create misunderstandings and bad feeling between Panama
and the United States. In the interests of all concerned this
should be stopped.
The policy adopted by Panamanian politicians and certain
itmanian newspapers of continual protest, complaint and
wring over almost anytning and everything American is in
end bound to injure the interests of the Panamanian peo peo-The
The peo-The United States has always been a staunch friend of
aama, and hat proved it repeatedly. Panamanians should
fprget VIM it was the United States who .helped them in
it timely and generous fashion to- become what they are
a nee, inaepenaent ana prosperous nation,
id it not been for the firm stand taken by the United
in November, 1903. when Colombian troops from Barran-
and Cartagena arrived in Colon to quell the independence
at, tne Colombians would have crossed the Isthmus to
City and re-established the rule of Bogota here. The
nlan patriots would have faced a firing souad. There
never have been a Republic of Panama.
Dr. Castillero and others of his ilk would do well to ponder
y upon mese coia ana nara tacts, instead of crusading
the United States for merely political purposes.
By VICTOR RIESEL
Along with Sputnik, the red-nosed
satellite, too many chamniona
of causes and civil liberties have
Men out of this world this year.
For some reason, the same men
who decry terror, bombings and
me aeniai oi tne right to speak up
everywhere, seem to have turned
their backs on the fight inside lab
or tor tne simple right to earn on
Just a short time ami. after lone
loud' silences, the American Civil
liberties Union issued a statement
criticizing the McClellan Commit
tee's use of wire tapped conversa conversations
tions conversations between Jim Hoffa and John
(Dio) Dioguardi. The ACLU said
accurately that the use of wire
tap evidence, obtained by any
prober, is illegal in a Federal
The ACLU also asked Congressi
al leaders to approve a rule prohi prohibiting
biting prohibiting the use of wire-tappeo ma material
terial material before all Senate Commit
tees. In a letter to Sen. John Mc McClellan,
Clellan, McClellan, the civil liberties group
"It is clear now ... that the se select
lect select committee practice X. was in
violation of the law. It mould be
emphasized further that insusing
this information the
was, in effect, condoning the con
duct of those local officials Who ini
tially made the wire tap in fla flagrant
grant flagrant contravention of Federal
However, wfun it Wat admit admitted
ted admitted in court by Teamster preai
dant elect Jamas Hoffa's d d-fanta
fanta d-fanta tha the had bugged the
rooms of hit aides ae ra could
intrude on their private con conversations
versations conversations to make certain of
tMIr loyalty to him, Hie Civil
Liberties Union said nothing.
The legality of Hoffa's putting a
mike in his assistant's offices is not
questioned. But what of the moral
ande thical principles involved?
What of the conformity demanded
by Hoffa in the name of loyalty
the type ofcemformity the ACLU
so bitterly denounced in the past?
My inquiry at the ACLU brought
a reauest that it be pointed out
that the civil liberies group does
"fully support the Select Commit Committee's
tee's Committee's object in obtaining informa information
tion information leading to the consideration
of legislation in the field of labor labor-manaeement
manaeement labor-manaeement affairs. We have long
considered denials of internal u-
iion democracy one of the mj
civil liberties problems before t
- Yet, despite the long series of
grim exposures by the Select Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, the ACLU has been almost
silent for a year on the racket racket-hiiKters'
hiiKters' racket-hiiKters' fieht for decency.
ft im a mattar of pmnhasi
the positive, too. For example
nave heard that'll is
nf tha Aixir Executive uirec
Pat Mann, that "to remain a rres
society you would better pass few
laws on the internal affairs oi
private organizations, even to pro protect
tect protect stockholders from irresponsi irresponsible
ble irresponsible corporate management, or
rank-and-file unionists from cor corrupt
rupt corrupt and tyrannical officers. But
wherever there it heavy concen concentration
tration concentration of power, eyen if private,
there is pressure on free speech,
due process and noh discrimina discrimination;
tion; discrimination; and the American Civil Lib Liberties
erties Liberties Union cannot ignore it even
though cur efforts with respect to
private organizations must be
principally educational, not lltlga lltlga-trve."
Why, then, don't tney eoucaw m
the field of labor as they attempt
in other areas
Why do sueh group always
accentvtatet he negativo? For
...mala whOn the ACL CIO
kWi command, under George
Meany, teak the position that
union chiefs, like Dave Beck,
who take the Fifth Amendment
to hide repreaalens and corrup corruption
tion corruption in a union cannot stay n n-side
side n-side labor, the ACLU Immedia Immediately
tely Immediately criticised the action.
The ACLU did not seem to cons
er the fact that a union omcnu
can cer himself with the Fifth,
but not his union. A union does not
w.i 4n ... man. it belongs to
115 11KIIUMM.1 J.1.1J
A uftbn's private anaira annum
n ha hiMan from its rightful own
ers -the duet-payers by a u-
nion leader taking tne rum un
h.t h. rtirf with ha money, tor
nunir "v. -
Crutlrasmen for Uie ftVbU VSU luc
it...., oro nrenarine a lone report
to be issued earlyin 1958 on union
democracy, trusteeships and cor corruption.
ruption. corruption. It will denounce muscle
rule inside labor. Thst is good, na
nt will it aarva if the impres
sion given throughout this year by
the ACLU is that me fight on dic dictatorships
tatorships dictatorships inside some unions hat
,imnt alwava used illegal tac-
Why is it always t eHtrflMlt to
win allies even among man
f good will ler'lao teed
Take Your Pick1
LONDON. Jan. 3 (UPJ-Queen
Elizabeth's Christmas message
blsnketed British TV, but it rsn a
poor seventh in audience attraction
among last wees a snows, iu
Arm saw toosy.
TV Audience Measurement, Ltd.,
xtimatad that tome 3.071.000 fam
ilies tuned in the Queen, compared
to the 3,260,000 who watched ''Take
Your Pfck", the top show of the
The Queen's message was car
ried both by the BBC and by the
independent TV network, "lake
Your Pick" and five other shows
that outdrew the Queen were
shown by only onr of the two net
a0tjBBlt 1 j "; rfy
'NEA Strvica, lnC
Walter Winched In New York
IN SHOW BUSINESS
Joan Crawford's most memora
ble drama starred Mister S.
Claus. After completing her screen
test, Miss Crawford was called
for a conference with several
studio executives. The young lady
was almost paralyzed with fear.
She could barely speak and was
unable to think. .When the exe
cutives declared they were im
pressed with her test, she re
sponded with a wide-eyed stare.
When they inquired if she will
ed to be an actress. Miss Craw
ford mumbled: 'No, I want to
be a dancer." When they sought
to persuade her that it was a
great opportunity, she continued
to look blank and said she was
going home for Christmas.
On Christmas Day. she receiv
ed a wire trom tne studio, inform
ing ner mat sne was to nave a
Irving Berlin's "White Christ
mas' has become a holiday clas
sic, oi course, wot many are a-
ware that the tone was insnired
Dy Hollywood. Tne following is
the rarely sung verse: "The tun
it shining, the grass Is green
The orange and palm trees
sway ... There's never been such
a day in Beverly Hills, L. A. .
nui u s uec. 24. . And i am
longing to be up North."
She is the very modal of a
modern sophisticated woman. She
is famous, talented knows most
of the answers and all the sues
Al SkT at. 1
uons. never ineiess, sne nas a
simple faith. For Santa is not the
sole property of children. He ap
peals to tne Kid in all of us
Maurice zoiotow. the matrazuit.
writer, once interviewed a famed
actress who "hang up my stock
ing on uinstmas eve and it's al
ways lined, i d use to see any
skeptic explain that!
The star, you may be startled
to team, is rauuian Bankhead.
vim novate, wno loom nice a
pMm, enjoys writing poetry. It
Is a hobby she began as a child.
When she was e teen agar, Miss
Novak composed a, prayer f o r
Christmas. To wit: "Faith and
low be your guide. .And tha
angela will bless you. . .Always
iova woo. .Always trust Cod.
rami ana nve will be your
guiae. .Faith and love will be
your wide. And tha Lard will
vwalk at your side."
Bee Lillie, the pixie, waa once
asked what she craved most for
ard was the ultimate in the for-
gory. She send Noel a baty alii
gator with a note: "So what else
Christmas. She responded: "A
new set of eaat iron nines for
those truckmen to play with un
oer my bedroom window each
morning at seven, s new be!
for my telephone, preferably one
wnrcn sounds nice a violin and
will announce only my friends
A new word to supplant pul
lease.; An audience that laughs
as easuy as it coughs. And oh
yes any old emerald necktpB."1
Incidentally, Miss Lillie will do
the darndest things to surprise
and amuse her friend's. One of
her Christmas gifts to Noel Cow-
Perry Como how hat everything
a man could ask for fame, for fortune,
tune, fortune, respect, love and happiness.
However, he fondly recalls a time
when he was poor and unknown.
The TV star has detailed a memo memory
ry memory of youth: "It was a happy
home. Lots of music and singing.
The house was always fun of m
struments. Organ, piano, clarinets,
horns. I don't knew how Pop did
it. And at Christmastime why,
we used to lay out a tabla that
would reach from here to Times
Square. There was room for thir thirteen
teen thirteen kids and any relatives who
might drop in. And there was hot
food on that table, and somebo
dy eating at it, right from Six O' O'clock
clock O'clock Christmas Eye through until
midnight Christmas Night. Thai
table was something to see, and
Christmas hasn't been quite the
same ainte it was broken up."
In short, Mr. Como is an ex ex-Ire.rely
Ire.rely ex-Ire.rely fortunate man. He was
ricu long before he became weal
thy--rich in things money cannot
"Rudolph the Red-Nostd Rein Rein-kir"
kir" Rein-kir" was created by Robert L.
May. He originally wrote it as a
book for children in 1939 and it
was used as a giveaway by a
department store. In 1947, the
tale was set to music. Ntithur
the book nor the music attracted
much attention. Then came San Santa's
ta's Santa's magical touch in 1949. A sec second
ond second musical version was written.
Result: Over 2 million books
were sold and mere than IS ml-
lon rucords. As a gesture of
sen, Robert L. May's lawn is en enhanced
hanced enhanced by a floodlighted life-size
figure of his brainchild.
Deborah Kerr writes in McCall's
that her happiest Christmas was
experienced last year tnanss to
her nine-and-six -year-old daugn
ters. The children overheard Miss
Kerr discussing with her husband
her studio's hope that she would
win an Acadmey Award for her
performance in "Heaven Knows.
Mr. Allison." After Miss Bergman
gained the Oscar for "Anastasia,
Miss Kerr's youngsters decided to
give her an awaro oi tneir own.
On Christmas morning, they came
m beanne a rolled parchment
lettered and decorated with a gold
seal and blue ribbon. It read:
"To Deborah Kerr Bartley for be
ing the most wonderful and beau
tiful mother in the world."
The star later commented: "Of
all my Christmas presents and
all mv awards, my children's
'most wonderful mother' award
is my most cherished."
In Movieville, where the bizarre
is commonplace, the most unusual
Yuletide sift was Barbara Stan
wyck's to Robert Taylor when
thev were Mister and -Missus. She
sifted him with a tennis court
Another in the odd-gift classifi
cation is the near! handled .44
Geheral Patton presented to Mar
lene Dietrich during World War
II. Miss Dietrich calls it her fa favorite
vorite favorite Christmas gift.
One of Bin g's biographers
writes: "Each year at Christmas,
Bing gathers hs Irishers in tow
and makes the rounds. Starting
at Toluca Lake, they visit the
homes of their first neighbors,
singing Christmas carols and pass-
teg the hat around. The money
collected goes to charity. They
go from friend's house to friend's
house, drop by the homes of
raing's parents and orotners, ail
the people close to him and his
family, little or big. when they
reach Bob Hope's, the singing
goes off without interruption. When
Bing passes then hat around, Bob
auios: 'Witch it. kids. Be care
ful to see he gets only ms mth
and not the works.
Tha marriac rhrittmat flirkpr
waa un.mht.alv "Miracle on 34th
Street." It was authored by Val
entine Davles while he was a
rnaiit Ruardatnan. The insoiration
tnr fa hnnlr iu after ha nar-
1W wun V I i V-
tirinateri in a Christmas shonOmg
T -i-i- ..1.1 u ...
scrimmage, ine oooa sura aooui
750,000 copies; became a nit mo
vie ana made Mr. uavies ncn.
He now dwells in an 8-acre man
sion overlooking the Pacific.
Newsweek duotes Mr. Dayles
"Sure, I still believe in Santa
Claus. He's been awfully good to
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lkn Rlrnmirl whOSfi life WSS
turbulent, was a wise and, witty
man who frequently expressed
himself thoughtfully and succinct
ly, r or example, ne once uuseiv uuseiv-"ffuvuVuwlv
"ffuvuVuwlv uuseiv-"ffuvuVuwlv Hnosn't believe
in Santa CTaus-Aut Santa Clsus
believes in Everyooay.
CAIRO, Jan. 3 (UPThe Court
of Appeals fined ex-rrmcess r aiza
$59,560 todav and sentenced her to
serve a month in prison on a tech
nical charge of smuggling.
The former princess, a sister of
ousted ex-King Farouk, was not in
the country. The sentence cannot
be carried out unless sne returns
The indictment charged that
Faiza used her royal prerogative
to bring unspecified "personal
goods" into Egypt in 1950 without
paying customs duties, bne sold
the goods in this country.
Girl Guide Leader
Felled By Sickness
PORTALND. Australia, Jan. 3
(UP)-Ladv Baden Powell. 70
year-old widow of the founder of
the Boy Scout movement, was hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized here today for treatment
of an undescribed illness
The titled Englishwoman, herself
the founder of Britain's Girl
(Tuiees, ws stricken during an
the Book Department of Morri-
&$;?n 4t& of July Avenue and
"J Street has the following Ju
venile and Children's Books on
The Rnhhaav Twin flarta.
Cherry Ames The Nurse
Nancy Drew Mysteries
Harriv Ban unturlM
Tom corbett, Rocket and
ttle Golden Books
Educational Books for 4 years
-i M a a
la years oia
Books for Cathblic Children
ana many more
Shop in Comfort In our Air-con
ditioned Book snop see our
; Window Display on "J street!
Jit BMW r I AISOM
NOUASSEUR. Ttoroceo- I have
spent quite a rnvi hours r e-tly,
flying over the dreary wastes oi
North Africa and the monotonous
blue of Atlr-ic Oce There's
nothint, to divert your attention
but the steady drone of plane
motors, and you have a chance to
What you can't help thinking U
that tha lima Prasirtant Fixan-
hower took to Paris just before
Chnstiris and this p u
enertain American troops both
would bj unnecessary if the m
were -iy wvrtong at tne pre-
cents and DrinciD'es of Him whost
birthday we have just celebrated.
If we were, we wouldn't havs to
holster NATO, and American
troupe could com home.
You also can't help tmnmng
that the folks back home are now
sweeping up the tinsel, sorting out
the Christmas cards, and on tne
whole not worrying too much
bout the Man who gives us the ex
cuse for the greatest shopping
spree of the year, but whose-; whole
life was dedicated tot toUuxurv,
but simplicity; not to h, but
love; not to war, but peace
Yet today all our emphasis is
aimed at just the omwsite of what
He taught. At Paris our leaders
talked about weapons lor making
war. They didn't agree to taut a a-bout
bout a-bout negotiations for making peace
until forced into it by our allies.
In Washington, our leaders talk a-
bout more money for Missiles.
plus education to develop scien scientists
tists scientists to develop more missiles; no nothing
thing nothing for education for peace.
Gl's Work At Peace
Ahnut tha nnlv npnnlp I have met
' - 1 ; -----
recently who are w o r k i ng for
iuim ara haro in North Africa.
where men drafted and trained to
fight war ar sincerely wonting a
mnne North African! for neace.
They are ready to fight if war
comes, but tney are worsmg nara
to prevent war.
Back in Washington, meanwhile,
the Defense Department har ad-
rtimaA fnr -otW r. tn bill
foot soldiers at 500 yards. The V
tomic energy commission is ex experimenting
perimenting experimenting with a fertrlis to
nuljify the poisoning of the earth
hy H-bombs. The Weather Control
Arlvianrv rnmmittaa warns that
Russia may be able to put us out
oi commission oy contro -ng im
The Chemical Warfare Service
has a ve gas, odorless and in
visible. at can paralyte th ner nervous
vous nervous system and turn its victi'it
into a rlark raving maniac.
The armed services have bac bacteriological
teriological bacteriological warfare gems stock
piled which could wipe o:'t the
cattle population of most of the
world aaoitttpty most of its cops.
Russia, hf i be issUmed, has
The Gaither Committee warns
that to protect Us from atomic
warfare we must spend half our
national bud; dir fne bomhnrnof:
blastprooi! shelters' To do the job
adequate y w a? n. t
spend nuch of o:r time lust die
ging, become human moles, pre
pare in ui. v var 10 ,:ve com;
The Gaither report also hints
that because he who strikes first
in the next war would win,, we
should consider a preventive war.
Meanwhile, Gen. Tom P o w e r s,
Commander of the Strategic Air
Command, states that 1,000 SAC
bombers are loaded with H-bombs
ready to take the offensive in 15
minutes, some of them constant constantly
ly constantly cruising m thsabv loaded with
- ;. :
Thus we concentrate on the ex exact
act exact opposite of the teaching of
Him to whom we pay such glsm
orous, sometimes cuady lip-service
on His birthday.
The Wrong Button
Suppose someone pushes the
wrong button? Suppose some trig
ger-happy upstart gives the wrong
commsnd? Who can ever node
thst fust fifteen minutes of ftelo-
rauat unleashed on the world?
How can it ever be explained that
it was all a mistake?
The other day at Gaoe Canave
ral a missile expert pushed the
wrong button in firing the Snark.
The other day, also two wires got
crossed on the. Thor. It appeared
to be going toward Orlando, Fit.;
was destroyed. Suppose someone
less responsible in a future Soviet
missile base in Poland, Czechoslo
vakia, Hungary, or on. one of our
to-be-built missile bases in west
Europe accidentally pushes the
wrong burton, or deliberately puss pusses
es pusses the right button?
Where is the world after that?
Visiting these North African bet
es, our most advanced positions a
gainst noscow, you get the im
pression that the world has reach
ed a military deadlock out of
which, at long last, may corns
peace. You feel that the weapons
of war have become so, awesome
thst the only alternative is peace.
When Charles Bohlen, our sh
iest envoy to Russia, was in Mos
cow, he reported that in his opi opinion
nion opinion the Kremlin wanted no war,
realized that modern war, would
leave no side the winner, might
mean the end of civilization. Oth
er American observers have re
ported likewise. William Randolph
Hearst, Jr., vigorous, battler a-
gainst Communism, reports that
the Russians genuinely fear the
United States, mat the Russian
people do want peace.
Our problem therefore is te get
some kind of guarantee of peace.
Treaties with the Kremlin can be
come scraps of paper. But a sym
pathetic understanding between
peoples such as that which exists
between the American and Cana Canadian
dian Canadian people cannot be destroyed.
This is not easv. but it can be
accomplished. Recently the Rus Russian
sian Russian Embassy in Washington has
shown itself much more amenable
to people-to-people friendship than
the State Department. We have
talked fiiff ahnut tha Iron Curtain.
done little to take advantage of
the fact that it has been lowered.
If our leaders in.' Washington
umrt at nuw with half the dedi
cation of some of our military men
in North Africa, the great goal of
Him whose birthday we recently
commemnrswn can ne aciueveu.
t The first recorded Olympie
games were held in 778 B.C.
on the plain of Olympia,
though they, probably were
held even before that. The
games were held every, four.
years for more than 1,000 years
until the Romans abolished
them in 394 A.D. The ancient
Greeks considered the games
so important that they meas measured
ured measured time by the interval be between
tween between them. The four years
were called an Olympiad. The
first of the modern day Olym Olympics
pics Olympics were held in 1IM at Ath Athens,
ens, Athens, Greece.
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I NORTH 17 JmmgUF jH1--. 1fff
bv Enkine JoImmm
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) I'm in
dutch with, a Ferry Como Ian
club, the "Como Melo Dees'' ot
Pittsburgh, Kan., and by "now I
should know you can't win trying
to argue with a fan club. Espe Especially
cially Especially when it is composed of
teen age dolls, although I am
just assuming that the Como Melo
Dee are teen age doUs. How
Vice President Jam Moon just
dion i get the message in my re report
port report that Ann Blyth, who is ex expecting
pecting expecting a baby, could not keep
a singing date on Perry's TV
iIum ttwitiiift her doctor ""said
it would be "too exciting" for
her. This was followed oy my
"Perry Como exciting
The Como Melo Dees are in a
stew, says Vice President Moon,
because they think Perry is "real
exciting ana wai my reman was
"entirelj unneccessary." I'm sure
Misi Moon knows how to spell
unnecessary and that she just ad added
ded added ail extra "c" In honor; of
Como, but I hope her spelling
teacher doesn't catch her at it
Anyway, you Coma Melo Dees,
I think Perry Como is exciting,
too. He is in fact the only singer I
i ,k k.tv rfart a four -alarm
&UUW 1TOV T
audienv. fire while yawning. Even
the Melo Dees, I bet, will agree
with me on that because he yewns
so often. I also listen to him every
week and when Perry sort of do dotes
tes dotes off, I short of doze .off too.
But I'm still listening to him, kids.
Hum hora The T, A. vie ami ad
armed with a iilm camera, showed
up for the second show, which
V.ivit laundered, but for a while
it looked like it really might be
jaunouse nou me uue ui
his latest MGM mm in the L.
A. jail. A lot of mothers and dads
were all for locking him up for
keeps because of his burlesques
bumps and grinds. The vice squad
blushed but E'vis left town with
his loot, about 161,000.
Theaters showing "Operation
UaH Rait" in Southern Caiifonia
reached for some additional light
Uulbs wnen fcainy uram marrieu
Bing Crosby. She's now billed on
"Mrs. (Bing Crosby Kathy
THE LATEr? national oven 'ght
TV audience, poll even has Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's horses ning. Two west westerns,
erns, westerns, Sugarfoot and Wyatt Earp,
Deal OUi ILUUie ruci, a uu wi.Yva.i
v Anton and Nat "Kins" Cole
in public favor. The ratings, taken
rtAfr 79 twerp-
c.oarfAnt 31 a- Earn. 28.6: Ed
die Fisher, 17.8; Silvers, 15.8; Ar-
den, 12,8, and tne nmg,
There will be more hay in the
barn tonight, lads.
Another big surprise in uw
camp week was URnny liiuwtD
.nH family outpointing "Twenty
One ana money.
29.4 and th quizzer a .r.
c Cnnin Melo Tett
and you-can call me a Como Melo
Dees, too, because -I'm an u-s-coma
Como fan when he's on the
.ir Aan't van think it was un
neccessary (now Jane's got ME
it) lor Ann s uoctw w
inn date wun ferry
,.,nfH K. tnn pxritine f or her?
Why, Ann and Perry couM have
just dod off together right In
front of tiw camera. It might eveh
have Been DCtier man a wccuu
in rest home lor Ann.
aia'' ifBWT ITS tthtfers cros
ed while Los Angeles newspapers
i a.a ltoia Prealev ai "ob-
ceiiftVin two singing performances
. th. m Fin racmc auohu-
A K 7
North and South (vulnerable
South West North last
1N.T Pass 2 NX Paw
Pass Pass H
Opening lead A S
ww News: Ernie Kovacs'
1'. nu Jhrf: "Zoomar"
rTVmhledavl is a novel in search
of a plot but, man he sure a
master of the descriptive phrase
Too bad they are so hind I cant
repeat a few. JuUe London
and her long time musical pal
in make LondOtltOWB
the scene, of their mamage late
this month, umaon, anKimm,
is. Movie trad PP ar,Pre4
dieting diyorce for Cary Grsnt
and Betsy Drake within s.x ronths
as Danny Thm tTTu
is sorry now "turns to the TV
i ...n, Fh 2 as the star
Rope, sne s oaa wmy -.
Hard Luck .Joe wrote down the
score- 70 below tne une ana w
"Whv does it always happen 10
me. Every time i stop ai iwu uu uu-trump
trump uu-trump the hand wbejris in for
n.m Tf I hid eme. the cards
jump into the most horrible places
and down i go.
"I don't know about your naxa
luck," said North. "You-had a
clear-cut, three no-trump ow.
"I did?' saw Joe. i omy naa
. "Your 16 points were inree aces,
Vine and iaek." said North. "Al
so your jack was the top of jack-
ten-nine-eignt ana you neia two
nther tens. Your hana was worm
closer to 18 points than a mere
Nnrth waa ripht The noint COUnt
does not give credit to tens but
they are mignty vaiuaDie caras.
Cm !, K1& tkat mnct vnert add
ou Tuuauic '"""v "f- -'
one-half point for each ten over one
and subtract haii.t point ror a
hand without a ten.
See how valuable those tens
were. West opened the five of
spades and East's jack forced
South's ace, but now South's ten,
in conjunction with aummy s nine,
gave Joe three spade tricks.
He went after the clubs and the
ten-nine of that suit gave him two
sure club tricks. The aces and
kings of hearts and diamonds
brought him up to nine ana nw
tenth trick came in when he es established
tablished established dummy's ten of dia
A . -.-'
Austin Studlnts, Nun Face
AUSTIN, Hinn. (UP) Eleven
high -tchool boys and Roman
CauW nun today faced ymh
ble cwrf injunction that wojdd
take if.' mouse out of their
"Wugm' rocket project.
The Humane Society in Wash Washington
ington Washington said Tuesday it would seek
a court injunction to prohibit use
of intee and other animals in rock rockets
ets rockets launched by the group which
calls i iSfett the Austin Rocket So Society.
ciety. Society. The young rocketeers, coached
by Sister Dim Scotui of thet
the m but with an artificial
The boys were able to bring
their rideF back "alive" when a
parachute-mechanism worked per perfectly.
fectly. perfectly. They were not as fortunate
Sunday when the "mousenik" car carrying
rying carrying a live white, mouse named
"Ulysses" fizzled on its launching
The Humane Society said Its or order
der order would be directed at the boys,
their parents, and Sister Duns
Scotus. A spokesman said a Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota lawyer had been retained
to seek the injunction.
Meanwhile, the boys who had
expected their artificial mousenik
Tl TU- tnlalslaLlaW 1
. m heiffht of 2.000 or
1,000 feet Tuesday planned an
other launcning aunaay wnu t
The boys decided a pipe which
split at about 400 feet was the
only flaw' in their rocket. With
thai nrnhlem aolvad. their mOUSe-
nik sEiuW zoom itto space and if
All goes weu a uve mouse wm
parachute blck to earth.
Sister Duns Scotus said after
Tuesday's experiment that she and
the boys were "very happy."
But it appeared the Humane So Society
ciety Society wasn't.
"The turn- of livin animals In
rockets of the type fired by the
Austin boys club is a pure cruel-
tv ran rrintrihiite nnthme to sci
entific knowledge, tnd appears to
us ill ov A vici vnnauvu ui, iuui
nesota law, which prohibits cruel
ty to animals," the society's state
"We and many thousands of
other people are appalled by the
fact that the religious order which
is sponsoring this cruelty seems to
be more concerned with material materialistic
istic materialistic aspects of education than
with consideration of character
building and moral values," the
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What do ytw dot
The bidding hee been:
You, South, hold:
What do yon do?
Claim New Record
HAMBURG, Germany, Jan. S
(UP) German shipyiirds let an
all-time record in 1957 by building
323 seagoing ships with a total dis
placement of 1,100,000 tons, ship
ping ociciais announced toaay.
More than half of the ships 136
vessels aggregating 870,000 tons
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longed prolonged New Year's celebration to today
day today by knocking over a limp pole
and fire box and sideswiDine two
cars with a bus on Riverside
Wiggins tbld police he had' taken
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tation Transportation Corp., garage and was re
turning to tne party to drive every
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CHICAGO (UP)-Burglars who
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dence residence apparently planned to set up
housekeeping. They carted .out a
coffee maker, a waffle iron, an
electric knife sharpener, a wall
clock, a bedroom clock, several
suits. 20 watches, 80 pounds of
frozen meat and four bottles of
whiskey. They also took an empty
piggy bank and 377 in cash.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY S,
MINISTER OF FOREIGN RELATIONS FETES
"FISPTTNG DELEGATE TO UNITED NATIONS
The Minister of Foei?n Relations Aquilino Boyd a ve a
luncheon today at Hotel El Panama HHton in honor of the
Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations, Dr. Koto Mat Mat-sudaira,
sudaira, Mat-sudaira, who is hero for brief visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Munro
of Aneon have announced the en engagement
gagement engagement of their daughter, Miss
Elizabeth Ann Munro, to Mr. Ri Richard
chard Richard Berns.
Miss Munro is a graduate of
Cristobal High School and Beaver
College at Jenkintown, Pennsylva Pennsylvania,
nia, Pennsylvania, and is at present employed
as an accountant With a con construction
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Mr. Berns graduated from High
School in Scranton, Pennsylvania,
and after serving with the U. S.
Air Force, completed his educa education
tion education at Tri-State College at Angola,
Indiana. He is now in business in
The wedding will take place in
Long Beach on r eDruary 8 ana
the couple will make their home
in that city.
Mr At Unif Club
Bmbers of the permanent Car Carnival
nival Carnival Junta met at the Union
School of Dancing
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9:00 am. to 11:00 a.m.
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Club last evening to discuss plans
for the forthcoming fiesta.
The Way Johnsons
Capt. hrmLJIrsr Ray Johnson
left by plane this afternoon to
return to their home in San Pe Pedro,
dro, Pedro, California. They arrived on
the Isthmus Dec. 14 to spend the
holidays with their brother and
sister-in-law, Capt. and Mrs. Ho Howard
ward Howard Johnson of Diablo Heights.
Mrs. Eva Hart
Of Archaeological Society
When members of the Archaeo Archaeological
logical Archaeological Society of Panama elected
Mrs. Eva M. Harte as president
of their organization, they elected
a woman to this office for the
first time, since they were formed
Mrs. Harte has lived in the
Canal Zone for the past sixteen
years, during which time she and
her husband have visited and ex explored
plored explored many parts of Panama. She
has written several articles about
her trips, some of which have
appeared in the "Month in- Pana Panama"
ma" Panama" magazine.
Her hobby, is archaeology and
she has explored and excavated
in Chiriqui, Veraguas, Rio Gran Grande,
de, Grande, Guacamaya Mt., Madden
Lake and Venado Beach, v
Sn is fascinated not only with
the history of the ancient Indians
in I' ana ma, but also with the In Indians
dians Indians of the present day. She has
visited and observed customs of
the San iBlas. Guaymi and Da Da-rien
rien Da-rien Indians.
Mrs. llarte has been a member
of the Archaeological Society for
many years, and held office as
secretary and treasurer, for two
successive year 1955 and 1956.
The following members were al also
so also elected to hold office: Don Sand-
, vicepresideiH, Thelmi Bull,
secretary and treasurer, A. u.
Turner, historian, and serving oa
the executive board are John Ack
er, Prof. Kenneth Vinton and Dr.
John Feldt. son of Mr. and Mrs
Harold Feldt, of Panama, a high
school senior at Kemper Military
school, Boonville, Mo., has receiv received,
ed, received, high honors this year.
He has been named to the
dean's scholastic honor roll every
month of the year for maintain maintaining
ing maintaining a high scholastic average, Col.
F. J. Marston, dean, announces.
He was awarded a varsity B
team grid letter for outstanding
performance on his team this sea season
son season in an athletic assembly con
ducted by Lt. Col. J. 6. Kralo-
vec, director of athletics, and
given high recognition for his
palying ability by his coach.
A member of the school band,
he has received first place in the
state and district solo contests on
Only a half year student at Kem
ef, he was recently designated
a private in a special order is issued
sued issued by Maj. T. S. Timberlake,
head ol Kemper's ROTC program.
Kemper, the oldest military
school west of the Mississippi
River, is in its 114th year. It has
been designated an honor school
by the department of the army
eve-V year since 1914 when the
rating was established. Its enroll
ment of 440 cadets this year is
its largest in a decade.
Group of Friends Friends-Johnny
Johnny Friends-Johnny Wise, sen ef Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson Wise ef Balboa enter entertained
tained entertained a group of his friends at
a Holiday Party at his home on
Monday. Games were played and
dancing enjoyed by the young
Guests attending were Trish Ko-1
cher, Nancy Brown, Kay sergeant,
Margaret Mahoney, Mary Ridge
Margaret Gangle, Barbara. Coy,
Sarah Ann Wagner, Brenda Barn Barn-house
house Barn-house and Melinda Mailman. Al-
1o Ricky Mahoney, Kit Price
Billy Coy, Paul Morgan, Frankie
Rvbick David Egudin. uroif
LomUno and Roy Rydeu
Mr. and Mrs. Kydbhi
Return Te California
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Ryden and
their son Rov Jr., former Isth
mian residents have returned to
their home in Laguna Beach, Ca California,
lifornia, California, after spending the Holi Holidays
days Holidays as the guests or Mrs. Bren Brenda
da Brenda Barthouse at the Tivoli Guest
Entertaining fort he Rydens dur during
ing during their visit were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Smith ef Panama
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Mitten, ef
Balboa, Mr. Chirks MacMurray
of Panama, Mr. and Mrs. Eric
number of Panama and Mr. and
Mrs. C. K. DiBctta of Cable
Mr. and Mrs. Ryden were hosts hosts-to
to hosts-to their friends at cocktiil party
at the Tivoli on Sunday evening.
Will Held Luncheon
At II Panama Hilton
The Soroptimist Club will hold
a luncheon at Hotel El Panama
Hilton imorrow at noon.
Club Will Tear
Members of the Balboa Wo-
man'i Club will four some of the
interesting Nacimientos of Pana Panama
ma Panama on Monday. Those who plan
to go are. asked to be at the Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli Guest House promptly at
9 a.m. Cars will leave in a group
and all who can furnish transpor transportation
tation transportation are urgently requested te
Reservations should be maae
promptly cslling Mrs. Jenkins,
Balboa 1392 or Mrs. Allen, Navy
24). After the tour, Mrs. J. V.
Carter will be hostess to the group
at her home in Las Cumbres.
a hlvh mm of thanksgiving will
be held tomorrow at the St. John
Church in Rio Abajo beginning at
6-50 a.m. The mass is being of offered
fered offered by John W. Charles for his
recovery from a major operation
at the Santo Tomas Hospital.
Members of the Mt. Olympus
iw No MB Auxiliarv No. 209
of the Knights of St. John, friends
and well wishers are invnea to
New Thoi Head
Leans To West
BANGKOK, Jan. I (UP)-The
Thai radio today announced the
formation of a cabinet headed by
pro-Western Lt. Gem Thanera -Kiti-faehorn
to replace the caretaker
regime that resigned pfter the Dec.
Prince Wan, president f the
United Nations 11th General As Assembly,
sembly, Assembly, will continue as foreign
minister in the new cabinet. Most
of the other department heads also
are holdovers from the previous
vhe now pfOBrii(fcrrjii(sfeo u 4S is a
close friend of Marshal Sarit
Tlianarat. new Thai 'stront man.'
He 'is considered strongly pro-West
ern and a 'firm supporter oi tne
Southeast Asia pact.
By MARY PRIMI
NEW YORK, Jan. S Ufll
become so zaty it will drive
sort vacationers to talking in their
New beach bags come shaped
like hps, hands, and boots. Hats
took like fish, faces and octopuses.
Beach towels are printed with
large black footprints and the
warning, "keep off my towel."
"The madder they are, the hap happier
pier happier the customer," said Vivian
Auerbach of Bonne Age accesso
ries, which specializes in bizarre
' People want to be different, so
they buy spectacular accessories
for the beach or country club po)
The trend toward these
items is growing," he saRL
Looks Like Penguin
"The firm's top selling bag looks
like a penguin. Other popular
numbers are watermelons, lemon
and orange slices, a pink hand.
and a 14-inch boot. Women also
go for a bag shaped like a pair of
lips. It zips open between huge
uppers and lowers.
'Customers tell us the bags are
doubly practical. They're rubber
ized inside to hold wet towels and
swim suits, have pockets for cos
metics, and can be used as pil pillows,"
lows," pillows," said Miss Auerbach.
Beach hats this season give men
good reason for cracking those old
jokes about ladies' hats. The sun
bonnets come trimmed with faces.
hands, and extra hats.
One number, designed by Wu-
liam i.i has a tall, rounded crown
in the form of an octopus. Tenta
cles twist out from the brim, and
black beads glitter from large
eyes on the crown.
"There's a real need for amus-
ing beach hats," said the designer.
u s a time to be arty, we're con conservative
servative conservative all week hi fbe office, so
weekends and vacations are for
He also showed a fringed Swiss
straw, appliqued with dragonflies,
wnicn tops an embroidered orean-
dy cuddle cap. The cap can be
worn alone for snorts car travel.
Other Unusual Nets
hatf includs a
a till, natural
straw, and the "glamor puss," a
highcrowned white Italian straw
Opportunity knocks again
CWferf ciaseelVor aJL ages in&ttcTlrff fumine; for Boys,
Women's clasfli; sfcial classes for pre-school and
kindergarten Totsf Intermediate and Advanced
Start the new year right, remember the so-called
"awkward stage" need never be If your child has
started ballet, the basic for every form of dance.
For all Information concerning these classes which
are taught at the Balboa YMCA
phone Mrs, Chase., Balboa 1751.
" 'ttMissPNissVFAlsH HPP mmm
for a limited
of the CUBAN
who has performed at famous
idbsl ISM -ISMWa
decorated with blue felt eyes and
feather eyelashes, topped with a
second straw hat with ruffled brim
and shoots of curled green feath-
Then there's the "hangover," a
black straw, cone-shaped hat ap
pliqued with White felt bands.
Rhinestones form a ring ana nn nn-gernails.
gernails. nn-gernails. The "seeing eye" features a1
crown which comes to the tip of
the nose. Holes are cut, out for the
eyes and decorated as eyeglasses
with dear plastic lenses.
For the less daring, beach ac accessories
cessories accessories come in bright prints
such as fish, and nautical designs,
roses, checks, and stripes. Colors
are bright lots of turquoise,,
peacock, shocking pink, green, and
red. More conventional hats come
in conservative shapes but have
unusual designs, such as one dec decorated
orated decorated with three bright felt mice
about to nibble at a piece of plas plastic
tic plastic Swiss cheese.
At Salon Estadio
Two musieal combos from Al
brook Field and several others;
from Panama City have entered a
contest to select the '.'Best Combo
f'the Year" at Salon Estadio next
Among the first to register were
the Dixie Cats and the Ze-Ze Tones
of Albrok Field, along with the
Gay Spats, The Jets, Victor Boa's,
Wafly Chllcotl's arid' others from
The winning combo will be a a-warded
warded a-warded a $50 prize, donated by
The contest will get under way
ataiobn Sfinday in Salon Estadto.
TAIPEI, Jan; 3 (UP )-Outgotng
U.S. Ambassador Karl Rankin was
k.nr here tonight at a farewell
dinner given by Generalissimo and,
Mme. Uttlang nai-ane :
Rankin will leave for the United
States tomorrow after nearly eight
voir, it envov to the Chinese Na
tionalist government. He is being
transferred to Yugoslavia
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of Havana, as well as In
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SANTA MQNICX, Calif Geor Georgia
gia Georgia (Mrs. Red) Skelton on the
New Year's teephone call she re received
ceived received from her husband from., the
comedians hospital bed:
"Sick as he is, he talked his
doctor into letting him call me at
TOKYO Atty. Abraham Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Wirjn enroute to Communist
China with the first 'passport is issued
sued issued by the U. S. government for
travel in that country:
"I have no desire or' intent to
be used as a vehicle of propa propaganda
ganda propaganda by any one. The sole reason
for my trip as as a lawyer pro protecting
tecting protecting the rights of his client, "i
WASHINGTON Deputy De Defense
fense Defense Secretary Donald A. Quarles
in hailing 1958 as a year of prom promise:
ise: promise: "The Soviet launching of their
Sputniks and rattling ot their bal ballistic
listic ballistic armor pose a challenge
that may well be a blessing in
MOSCOW Communist Party
leader Nikila S. Khrushchev at a
New Year's reception during
which, he toasted President Eisen Eisenhower;
hower; Eisenhower; "If the Soviet Union and' the
United States can get together and
reach agreement, most of the
world's p r o b 1 e m s would be
On Science Attache
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 (UP) -Chairman
John E. Moss of the
House Information subcommittee
asked Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles .todax Sot a "full
explanation" of. whv. science at-
laches, were, withdrawn from, U.S.
The California Democrat .also
asked Dulles what action was be being
ing being taken to put; the science at attaches
taches attaches back in the embassies
where they cotild keep tab on for foreign
eign foreign scientific stride's.
"The State" Department appar apparently
ently apparently took ho action to reestab
lish the science attache program
until Russia's Sputniks showed
the whole world the comparative
posture of our' scientific research
program, Moss said.
Dr. isidor I. Kabi, chairman of
President Eisenhower's Science
Advisory Committee, declined to
comment on what recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations the committee would make
to the President on the science
Bift'he told k reDorM- who oues-
I foiled hi'm about the matter that
"I hive always been strongly in
favor of the program."
The last of the science attaches
were recalled in 1950. They had
reported back to this country on
scientific developments in the na nations
tions nations to which-they were assigned.
Some congressmen have suggest suggested
ed suggested that Russia's apace achieve achievements
ments achievements would not have been such
a surprise if they had been kept
on the job;
Moss told Dulles In a letter that
State Department spokesman Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Reap recently had "disclos "disclosed
ed "disclosed that the department was
"considering : ; action" to restore
the program. Moss also said Reap
reported that the program had
been allowed to die for money
In this connection, he noted that
15a jKouse (Joverrimeht Operations
Committee, of which his subcom
mittee is an arm, voted unani unanimously
mously unanimously in 1956 to restore the sci science
ence science attache program.
Red Skelton Shows
SANTA MONICA; Calif., Jan. 3
(UP) Comedian Red Skelton,
stricken last Mon. with a severe
"cardiaesthmatic" attack show
ed improvement today at St. John's
The 43-year-old funnyman was
near death' when his daughter, 10 10-yearold
yearold 10-yearold Valentine, found him
gasping for breath in the family's
After emergency treatment,
Skelton rallied strongly and has
shown "very satisfactory" nrogress
since, according to ur. uartn k.
Graham, his physician
However, the doctor, said is still
was impossible to tell how long
the famous red;haired comic must
Stay in the hospital. Visitors are
still barred from seeing him.
' When you Come across a news news-oaber
oaber news-oaber picture or story about ar
anu man u iu mm.
lets him know you saw lt.
And it gives him an extra copy
If he wants te, send It along te
someone who wouldn't have had
a chance te see it.
J2XJ MAKE FRIENDS
NEA Pood and
What can you de wim ham or
turkey left over from the big hoH
day feasts? Anser: enjoy U.
Hot Habi Salad With Almonds
One-third cup roasted unWancb unWancb-ed
ed unWancb-ed almonds, 1 egg yolk, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons vinegar, 1-4 cup water, 1-2
teaspooL cornstarch, 12 teaspoon
salt, 1-4 teaspoon dry mustard,
few grains pepper, 1-2 teaspoon
grated onion, 1 cup diced cooked
ham, 1 cup thinly sliced celery.
2 hard-cooked eggs, 1 tah'espoon
diced pimento, 1 tablespoon chop chopped
ped chopped parslfe.
Chop almondsi Beat egg yolk
slightly. Add vinegar, water corn
starch, salt, mustard and pepper,
and cook and stir over hot water
until thickened. (It will not be
quite as thick as mayonnaise)
Add union, ham celery, diced eggs,
pimento and parsley. Blend lightly
and heat thoroughly. Just before
serving, stir in almonds, serve on
hot cooled rice.
A man who is busy these days
writing books for women and tra
veling the lecture circuit talking
to them claims that the trouble
with women: Is marriage, and the
trouble with marriage is men.
This ''authority" claims the A A-meriCan
meriCan A-meriCan man is just an immature
little boy who isn't up tu the job
of being head of a family. No doubt
such statements appeal to a lot
of dissatisfied wives.
Maybe some American husbands
are immature. But aTen.'t they the
exception, rather than the rule?
Just look around you at all the
husbands living in the suburbs and
traveling long distances to work
i because they want their kids to
have Si nice yard to play m. -Look
at all the hard working
men who spend their weekends as
do-it-yourselfers so the family can
have extra comforts and more
Look at all the men who put
tvg chunks of their earnings into
life insurance' aaa ner mean
of making sure that then. families
won't be in want if anything nap nap-pens
pens nap-pens to them.
Last Halloween five-year old
Bud went "trick-or-treatmg" for
the first time. He made a hit.
Dressed as a tramp m an old,
sweater of his father's and a pair
of his discarded tennis shorts, he
received more applause ana loot
then any other child on us street.
Last Saturday he found the snorts
smoldering in the incinerator be
side the garage. When, his mother
admitted she'd put them mere, he
rushed back to try and rescue
them. But they were hopelessly
scorched. Accordingly, Bud sat
down beside the incinerator and
wept over departed glory.
Poking his head but' of the ga
rage, his father said, stop tnat
moise! Do you want the whole
neighborhood te know you're a
If Bud's father possessed his
little .boy's honest acceptance
of helplessness, he'd hs a less
He doesn't possess it. -When
sales manager's secretary
says, "The boss is too busy to dis discuss
cuss discuss those accounts with you this
:-' ft u lfi.x Tt..A 2. j--J
muriiinK. hp nice suit, is uceu
by his inability to control the un
controllable. But' there all like-
Where Bud accept Ms helpless-
ness, his father resists it. Back
in his office, he starts abusing
himself for it. He imagines him-
self bursting into his manager's
office, thumping hts desk and
Artists of Solid Prestige
3 SHOWS 3
9:30 p.m. -1:30 p.m. -1:30 a.m.
SOON! Artim direct from Cuba!
Ham Or TurtaL
Chinese Turkey With V.oot.bVn
.(Makes 4 tcivinfs)
One-quarter cup finely diced e
nion, 3 tablespoons codklhg oil,
2 cups diagonally sliced celery, M
cup well-seasoned chicken broth,
I cup green peas, fresh or ffocen;
-ounce cansliced broiled mush
rooms, 2 cups thmiy sueea cook
ed turkey. 3 tablespoons corn cornstarch.
starch. cornstarch. 1-3 cup cold water, 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon kitchen bouquet, 1-2 taalpoon
ginger, 2 tablespoons sherry or 1
tablespoon lemon juice.
Saute onion in oil in skillet or
Dutch oven over moderate heat
about 5 minutes, stirring constant constantly.
ly. constantly. Add celerv and chicken, broth.
Cover and cook 5 minutes. Remove
cover and add pels and contents
of can of mushrooms. Lay pieces
of turkey over top. Coydr tighly
and continue cooking another 10
minutes or until vegetables are
barely tender. Blend together, and
add cornstarch, water, kitchen bou bouquet,
quet, bouquet, ginger and sherry or frmoe.
juice. Add turkey and ,cWrfstir ,cWrfstir-ring
ring ,cWrfstir-ring constantly until sauce thickens
and comes to boil. Serve itf me mediately
diately mediately with hop cooked rice.
; I mt, m
Husband Are Fine
Look at all the men who tend
their kids to summer camps while
working in a hot city themselves,
buy more labor saving devices
than they can afford so that their
wives won't have to work so hard,
and get in car pools so Mama
can have the family car most of
Look at all the men who work
so hard trying to give their fam families
ilies families "advantages" that they de depart
part depart this Ijfe earlier than they
might have it they had been a
little more selfish and a little less
eager to make life easier for their
wives andi children.
When it comes to husbands, A A-merican
merican A-merican women are the luckiest
women in the world. And let's not
fall for any, talk to the contrary.
The great majority of American
husbands aren't immature little
boys. They are fine men.
And we women ought to be sing sing-iaefetiieir
iaefetiieir sing-iaefetiieir praises instead of listen listening
ing listening to anyone who tries to make
us feel superior by running our
roaring, "Look here, J. B., if my
work isn't appreciated here, 111
go somewhere where it will ber
Because he can't do this, he
despises himself. For Bud's father
has a very grand picture of him himself
self himself as the All-Powerful. For years
it's been telling him that he
must manage any situation, no
matter how difficult, and settle
it right away. When he falls to
exert this omnipotence, this grand
image of himself says contemp contemptuously,
tuously, contemptuously, ''What a disgusting Cas Caspar
par Caspar Milquetoast you are!"
It causes him much unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary suffering. In this 'world there
are many situations beyond our
control. The Russians set utnik
whirling over out hads. Rivers,
flood. People die. Mothers put
treasures into incinerators and
sales managers get too busy te
see us when they promised to.
Perhaps Bud's father is asham ashamed
ed ashamed of ordinary experiences of help helplessness
lessness helplessness because someone used te
say to him, "Be a man. Shame
on you for a crybaby.
CRASH KILLS SIX
- 1 WARSAW, Polacd (UP) Six
oersons were killed and two is
ljured seriously when a fagt mov-
ing electric passenger train hit the
rear of a slow freight southeast
of Warsaw Tuesday, it was learned
today. Cause of the crash was he
lieved to be a faulty signal ays-
JR FAX IMA AJtnrTJUf AM TtMTWNQEST DAILY NEWSMPfJB
Irubnesiansrop Iron Curtain Over RP Ship
Answer to Previous Puzite
Leading US Educators List Seven 'Musts'
JAWAJtT S, 1151
Captured By Gunboat En Ro ute
L. B? I 1 H
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PAllfe VFAPC; IN PJRST
out of school' for not shaving when he was In Hie third grade,
"Susie," an English springer spaniel, is havjna a tough time
getting past the first grade at Blessed Sacrament School in
Washington, p.C. The pooch, patiently sitting alongside Martha
Ppnnejly, first visited the school by following his young master,
JSfcrtili's older brother, John. But who John moved on, Susie
decided to stay in the first grade, and though she's had an
almost perfect record for attendance, she Just cant seem to
master those doggone lessons. Seems shell never be promoted.
Margarita Union Church
The Rev. J. W. Limkemann of
the American Bible Society will
be the first speaker at the Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Union Church's Institute. sA
Christian Education. The meet meet-is
is meet-is i carted te 7:90 pan. Sunday
evening, Umkemates eiisyeot M
"Where Are We Going stress stress-sn
sn stress-sn she meads and floats at th
cnurcns reacnmg muusuy. my
m Ittereated ta the reli0i
tor the tea mm
4he Uaies Ohucca ate
W wM teohewvadMhe Eheneeier Met:
terete. Elders emu-
mm. e. wb
"FecbM FwraseV fce ohmr
li i ... jJ'IL 1 -M' 1 J
,9UA, Moat Mr Mr.
ate fata. Jaanaa M.
eaasm t church ate and hoetese
At 5 p.m. the Junior Fellowship
tar a iVMimin maMBm..
YooQh reuouwocp was. ioeni
3 an. tor a eKousaeen eswu-
i's a .Cheater." The pas
te will lead this disouseioii.
V. J. Wataon would like to
Hit opportunity of wishing
ders of this column a very
e first' Sunday of the near is
one ef bt oficaaiona when me art
all eaHed pen 4o renew our pledge
and covenant with God. Whatever
has hanpeaed in the pa.st year is
passed Thus 6unday la a ttme
when tie Ske to "atari with a
clean slate." G6d calls aU H peo people
ple people to come together and aurrend aurrend-tr
tr aurrend-tr afresh te un to surrender
Hie past, the present and the fu fu-beta
beta fu-beta in one lovely act of worship.
te swat it .at
he sacrament of the
wiil he Pbeerve
al preacher will be
fL ArnteRong who
ate much loved by
School wilt meet as
usual at S p.m. Oar Monday at 7:30
rjae y be prayer Meotel,
VK Ttew an mk taaaai Bmsii an tesjsswwti
Of excess pTopeny
The US Army Caribbean
tsr ahastem officer
caaa aaraoaal scot
aaaoieted oa Jan. IS and Jin.-20.
Bids te sterna being sold on Jaa.
18 will be opened in the tad room,
buildme 706, Corozal at 9
Those for the Jan. 20 sale
at 9:so a. m. rr
wMl he dteposed of in
J Jri t 11 J!
scu ana may as mspec
en the hour of 7:30-11:
1: 8:30 p.m. weekdtya ex-
idys nntll thf mormpg of
sate ay contactmg ie proper-
posil offiper at teephone 8 8-Items
Items 8-Items being sold tor tin main
consist of lots of miscellane-
hardware, much of which is
bib submitted in
cate and should De ac-
bv a bid deposit of 20
S. fee, amount of the bid,
19 .the form of posta) money order,
of cashier's check, or such other
form of security as may be ac
to the contracting officer,
made payable to the Treasurer pf
lag the paetor aril
nan. L. tfeatieri
is well known
our Mooie on
like the fellow who cot tossed
followed by classes. On Tuesday at
a p.m. rnmary timid and at 7:30
thetGirls' League will meet. Other
Wednesday. 2 to 5 p.m. Friend
ship Club; 7:30 p.m.. Men's Fel
lowship; 8 p.m. Crochet Club: 8:-
v pan., Htaie program. Friday,
8 P.m.. choir practice: 8 p.m.. Sen
ior Club. Saturday, a.m., Mr
m Meeting; : p.m., Junior
Ibener MetheeM Chare
at Rainbow City
MM its fhfta
jste. aarvice at 8'pjb., wi the
eacrewitnt of the Mrt'e Supper
aad annual Covenant Service. Rev.
v. J.watson will be she emeeher.
On Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. there
Plus Ultra Club. On Friday at
p.m. Choir practice
mr -wvm. K'rW nB.'.ISS iSB4U
pwoeded at T:flO by tah fuveafl
Cativa Morhodist Chureh
Sunday service will be held at
wwanl service asU be held with
Pneacher Rev. V. J. Watson in at-
.,JA. A Jaw" tew
church CAtiva sjtl be opened
jPyfW. HtlB, Sherlock, dutir-
nuw w ine Jamaica juistrict oi pt
British Methodist Church. The
femony .will begtn at p.m. Many
xne puvue u inviieu vo anenu.
The annual Covenant Service
ajdU be W $wif At ll a..
wth Mm, v, h Wftepa aa preach-
Hopes To Hire
The State Department hopes to
ye a new science advisor soon te
cone with problems of space-
thereafter the deparir
ment plans to recruit scientists for
assignment to five foreign capitals
(to; work on scientific matters, tt
bat $206100 earmarked to finance
the program during the current
The department's science at'
taehe program came to a halt a-
bout two years ago when the last
i i i
of a doten such men came home
and were net replaced. The 'State
Department has not had- a teieace
adviser since lata la UN wnea
. Joseph p. Koepfh of CaHforma
rtitute of Technology left the
xne oiaie vepanmeni gave
money as one of the basic reasons
for death of the program. It also
sam mosi oi me axtacnes ia tne
past were college professpra who
cook tne jobs tot oniy one' year, a
period too short, to be considered
Chairman John E. Mots of the
House Information subcommittee
yesterday prodded the department
to get tne program going again.
He ihsked Secretary of
Foster Dunes for an
of why the science
withdrawn and what was
done to revive the program
SINGAPORE, Ja. 3 tLP)-Tb
2.776-ton Panamanian registered
veaseL SS. Heoetia, is still te la
donesian hands four days after
she was captured by an Indonesian
JOflkt Wfeaas tfffi' P(Mf Jf sw4ft
pore from the Ceiehss, it was re reported
ported reported today.
Indonesian authorities here, the
Lias Sin Trading Company, chart charterers
erers charterers of the vessel, and agents
Chip Hwji Shipping Company have
ail simultaneously drooped aa iron
curtain on the captured ship.
The Indonesian naval a 1 1 a c e
said he has not received as
from Djakarta and could
any light as to tee
of the Honesta. He
however, a local report
at the captured freighter was be
ing held at the Indonesian marine
checkpoint 4 rose ftansooe, some
12 piles south of Singapore.
A venr reliable source told u-
nited Press that the Honesta was
captured in Malayan waters. ThisH
confirmed an earlier Hong Kong
report and a radio message receiv
ed from the skipper of the veasel
Captain Uu Jin Joag. Indonesian
authorities here insisted however
that tne Honesta was not scum in
Malayan waters but in the "open
-It was understood the charters
df the vessel and the ship's agents
wen negotiating with the Indone Indonesian
sian Indonesian authorities for release of the
The Pwamaiiiahl,CflPsuI Gener General,
al, General, Jose Yen Duraa, was only in informed
formed informed of the ship's capture this
Duraa told the United Press he
would get in touch with the lndo
netian consular representatives la
Singapore to find out what happen happened
ed happened to the Hoaesta. He said, how however,
ever, however, any protest that may have
to he lodged could only be made
to the Indonesia Ambassador at
Panama or by the Panamanian
Ambassador in London. Panama
p nonrepresented in Djakarta.
British officials are keeoint dear
from involvement although the
Commissioner General's office an)
the Royal Navy are cioetly watch
v it can mm prevail mmi mm
Hans st a wa captured in Malay''
est vsetm-s at ia certain she a
British pretest will be teates)
with ills In4wic sisn p8jsvrmwnst
at Diakarta, it was said here.
Indonesian sources here said
the freighter could have been seiz seized
ed seized because it carried inadequate
papers or that she had failed to
atop when ehailengad by an Indo
nesian guaaaat asms loaoaeeue
They did not heaevar rule oat
the possibiMy that the Honesta's
eagfa eouK he declared "eatea-
sssaja or wiMwria,saaewo.
The ehsa waa ieeaen wte eatn
fclsMK mmtt CtrifHvMt JS SVM
"aii iirTrttettaa 1
A ftBsakilWsslAft wm tfltf sjisl
Tradina Company, charterers ml
gel cerfe" m k wea aearaa
by e evewmte af Celabea.
released atesaa fim W
Thte reeort was
both the fndeneeian
ami tne liian sw i
nv The Indonesian naval attack
told tinted Pre he had telacahan telacahan-ed
ed telacahan-ed Pttea Sambo, te attef
mnA fflaa HrtHMtf. VII Ml VNTI. WkW
would not par where the vessel
es aaid it must bt atTIte
pang t Wpip Aretiipeiage.
Aral? litem Rem
Show tf legion Oub
rmance at we Amemsp asjiwa
ub on Saturday, bssfteuaff at
PD p.m. Memteri rf th east ar
leading entertainers w tne u.a.
on xne muiuiry
perforap. Admiaaion is JlxntS'lff
adults and SO cents lor cnunren.
tei State which wiB receive
all the proceeds from this per per-tersacvee,
tersacvee, per-tersacvee, ia aa American i legion
nrAffr.m deatened to teach boys
I !"- i ... r
their rescwaajteows mjp n
ttesw Boy'a Stete. held during
tie Easter vacation, combines J
teeth Wr ffrer?
the practical application or uj
tewr tr Mw toys fcravM their
own "state," electing public offh
cials ard periormwg Uki U civil
cial meeting is c
the ape-the Na.
zarene Christian Church. San Mi
guel, by the Iflsgstert Ceiunell of
Panama. Plans relative to the 1858
campaign service- Will be discuss discussed.
ed. discussed. A special mviUtien te extanded
to pastors, deacons,
t a mis-
bo hell at
in (iuaehaptU, on raoa, Jan. s,
at T p.m. Various ehurehai d
individuate will take sart. Iv, B
A. Morgan of the Bethany Baptiste
the coming campaign will be taken
Zone, .the benefit fum mww
only otawity te maw eanal
7n reTidentg to see these artists
aWSFp SrvSMSi W"
also announced tai
i 4" of Two
' Cities Cities-.
. Cities-. I imitate
l J Port tat
7 Abstract being
tl Twitching u
"tte Z-aSrl- 1T
n Health resort
M Wise 44 man
431 High earl
S4 Unit of weight
Afro Asian Conference Ends
Condemning Ikes Doctrine
CAIRO, Jan. 1 (UP) The unof-
fieial Airo-Asian Solidarity Coa-
terence ended yesterday in con-
demnatioa of the Eisenhower Dot-
trine, NATO and the) Baghdad
a final session, delegates al-
caUed on the Western powers
to accept the latest Soviet plea
for an immediate end to atomic
The final resolutions passed
unanimously by the noa govern
menial delegates condemned "im-
perialism in all its forma andlAlro-Asian bloc, won the last two
manifestation!, military and po-i battles of the week-long confer
liticsl pacta, military aid. condi
tionaf economic aid and; the estab establishment
lishment establishment of foreign bases."
The conference's final
resolution condemned Britain for
atrocltte agaisst the
Red Troops Patrol
I (UP) -Soviet
troops and arm
bntly searching for Red army de
Pd ast Berlin tp
day for the test time since the
awviet zone revolt of June, 1953
xne Dnauine rroon irnvitv no.
curred after the reported flight of
wee aoviet Mttars Jo the Feet.
A Western Allied official said the
soviet deserter's had .itH th.
(British for' asylum and the Rus
sians nan demanded their return.
Tk. ll. aa cmj.
luai nu inwr return.
"ffsetaa soldiers had
swh 4Mner Russian scKHera
At lessi i soviet armorwf cars
passed through AJeaateer Piatz,
cast Berlin s main square.
Soviet units of two or thrch mm
ana one officer patrolled Fried
teaase. Lsfprjger Itratee
oner pnariaal East lerUi
Other Batet atteara and sol
armed with aab-maehiM
BBS reinforced East termen po po-e
e po-e gnaraa at certaia East West
The Mtrate he ran nter aciivitv
late yesterday. The Ruteso te
attes Sfparantiy teak advaatagt
ot the holiday season, tff tasaaa
and try to slip across the border
tj the Westera sectors of Je
Tne west Benin "fil
droup Against Inhumanity
ate anti -Communist i
us as- .H
Soviet officer possibly a generi
-hadedeterted ate wag wjtag to
alip throaah to the West.
knew of no Soviet soldiers in Brit
Weetera Allied official said
Russian stteers were ia I
hands. The officials said the Sovi Soviets
ets Soviets bad contacted the British and
asked for the return of the te
West IBerlia police said the Sovi Soviet
et Soviet patrols were particularly active
Soviet and Preach sectors of Ute
LONDON. Jan. t (UPl-Bovd K.
ear, vice preeideat of the Boana
Air piaae Co., aaid today msiiaai
planes would eeauaue to oe
aaaav years te come
Bueey, ia a paper read to a
ference ea the problems of ate
"Or w fww w""w l,P'sw
present publicity regarding satel
lites ana missues.
RUNS IN TMI FAMILY
CRARLDTTESVILLE. Vs. UPi
Mrs. Robert Jonas gave Wrfh'
tp s daughter Wednesday, the fW
baby bora here in 195A. Her sister
had baby No. 1 ia M67, andtellnrewt venues sufficient, to
W3 her brother s wife toog the
u aflmesd each
40 Turn outward
4S Arrow poiio"
47 Sacred ianage
41 Copper coin
56 Modern (ah)
24 of Troy
zAWar jsd jsd-llOrderof
llOrderof jsd-llOrderof the
people of the Yemen." and for
"crimes in Kenvs."
It alao charged that France was
coaducting a polity of "atrocities
and egterminatioa" in Algeria,
and c 1 a i m e d the United States
waa "interfering with the inde independence
pendence independence of the Arab states"
through the Eisenhower Doctrine
and the Baghdad Pact.
ine Janets, who earlier had
made a considerable propaganda
jsp urge with offers of unlimited
economic aid for nations of the
cace uus morning.
India Loses Out
organizer Anup Singh to oronose
f?" W .YS,r' Ple O'rected
w mo vnaaa states and Russia.
m sovieta told Singh they
couin not accent tho H.i;0r .e
- JM0lut," it would
"" wr-mongering Amerl-
Later in th Hov fh t
rejected' a ftmlsian effort tn
cue aiian.M it us
iSSWff of the Eisenhower
"f, Ukn oul of the final
?Dd Placed by con-
oi tne U.S. power
The final i.j
the United States nH n.i
. m i.1 si "w"miwb amsrs itii in
follow th. ci-I "!rrJ,",
.. win leau ami Call
ts te biW,,f itoa,k
,.K..jBd for mass demon,
'Jr-acuic prov nr arounrii af ffni.,,1
4? m.: ' i"" T
'Pork Barrel' Boys
Push Pet "oork fear",
Committee toW aewssaeq that "te
wi ot tea Pentagon, the
wunfry is te s mood affiyterte
heeause of recent Soviet sstelliter
"A lot of people are roarlv Ia
i-mvwm aa it. ne aaid. H n.
A.n l. ". .. X . W
inere is a umtar need for
jwny now than ever before,"
Nevertheless, he aaid, "the pork
barrel fellows" are insisting on
vast federal outlays far.jpcsj.teoj far.jpcsj.teoj-ris
ris far.jpcsj.teoj-ris popular In their pariteulsr
Jttrjct?, Us mentteqed
"Where 'rytiotil defense is con con-aerned,
aerned, con-aerned, we Can't stop to count the
eost," Cannon said. 'Bnt tjlera te
no reaspn to get hysterical and
spend vast sums far everything.
There art a treat manv snenrien
who use everv event to hnlitor
Ifceir dealt ne far appropriations.
fclews Qt,,M, i0
He said other interests who
were utgteg Congress last year to
cut the budget are now demanding
stepped up spending in order to
istore misines tothe boom level
eras putting the finishing touches
an what promised to be the bigr
f est peacetime budget In histo
m cover federal spending in the
seal year sterling July 1.
'WllliuM'r.i, woe lr-
pected te recommend to Congress
a .. it wxetai ouUaya' ot aoout
r?4 billion dollars. He exnecta to
cover this total and to permit a
j "slight surplus."
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WAJMiNGTOM, Jan. J (UP) -A
commission of leading educa
tars issued 4 hat of seven mutts
y tor reforming, the U. S.
ol system to meet the chal-
leage of the "space era."
T,ne pre pet a U far overcoming
the "most urgent deficiencies"
.were advanceo by a commission,
a body o. 20 col'ege presidents,
'school superintendents and other
The commission is sponsored
jointly by the National Education
Association and tne American As Association
sociation Association of School Administrators.
Its chairman is Herman B. Wells,
president of Indiana University.
President Eisenhower served aa a
member while he waa head of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia University.
like many other groupa that
have studied the problem, the
commission concluded that the
overriding need of U. S. schools
It called for a "massive infu infusion
sion infusion Oi public and private support''
to raise the nation's investment
in education from the present 15
billion do lars a year to double
that amount within the next 10
But the commission said there
also were other "musts" raging
from stiff er courses for able high
school students te better' teacher
It also listed one important
America must not undermine
u own way ot lie by attempting
to "imitate the Soviet education educational
al educational syajem.
The report said Russia's school
system, which has received much
favorable publicity in this coun country
try country lately, was designed to create
an "elite class'' of intellectuals
ana a "mass of followers' who
are relegated to m erior schools."
It said only one-third of Russia'a
youtns actually graduate from
The commission said "imnrnve-
ments" were needed in the teach-
ung or science and
" C. S. schools. Bu
But it said some
critics have painted too bleak
nea too n eak a
picture oi their present perform
anee in these fields.
It noted, for, example, that 87
per cent or tne ninth grade slu
dents in this country took alge
ora last year. Enrollment for
11th grade chemistry represented
u per cent Ot Wi "nnnor htf
of the students in academic abi
lity, while 50 per cent o; the
upper half of the 12th ernd-
ers took physics.
the commission said these
courses "should npt be required
of students in the lower half nf
Laceoemic souirx in addition to
mere money ana "iniprovte ins instructs
tructs instructs a ifflWeii including
sctenee and nathf Em enmraia.
Al Diablo Theater
The set of scenery for "Wonder "Wonderful
ful "Wonderful fwmer," tp be given on Wed-
msdy ,,n- 9 at the Diablo
Heights Theater by the Canal
Zone Junior College, was prepsr prepsr-ed
ed prepsr-ed and repsintecj before the be-
( inning of the Christmas New
etr'S holidays by a special stage
Don Alexander Wnvn Rrnwn
Lrie BsrWer, Osmond Call, James i
Pitepetrick, Raymond Oakley.
arc ivanny Morris were the re-
fw.,f"fi'im4 eoU, students
who did this work. They will be
ia charge of transporting, setting setting-up,
up, setting-up, strikiag sad replacing the set.
Erie Larsen us listed as stage
mssnier of the comedy, and will
dftWbte at eletrwiaB as well.
Chsrle Morris and Bill Hatchett
WiU secure araaerttec. whiio fur.
2Snj. na provided by.teanj
fross the painting erew, asstetied
w aoesy Aeu, one of tha few
sirte connected with tha staging
Eleven students from the reeul-
ar academic class la dramatics
of the local college will appear
stsge" in the chuckliag, tow.
the straw hat circuit last summer
OJt Set To Stage
1. "Gifted" students rmi t
identified early by an improved
system of testing, ihty s.iw uj
given "challengteg' courses of
study ia which fhoir progress will
not be "bald back" by slower stu students.
2. "There must .pe better coun counselling
selling counselling and guidance'' services to
encourage gifted Ligh school gra graduates
duates graduates to go on to college, and
to direct students or less aca aca-dcmicabiity
dcmicabiity aca-dcmicabiity into a type of train training
ing training which will make the best pos possible
sible possible use of their talents.
1NTERCHURCH CENTER America's first national head,
quarters building fcr many of its churches. ,w.ill be a realUy
by 1060. Architect's presentation .above shows how the new
'20-million-dollar Intcrchurch Center will look upon its com completion.
pletion. completion. The block-long, 19-story building is being erected In
upper Manhattan in New York, on a site made available by
John D. Rockefeller Jr., next door to famed Riverside Church
overlooking the Hudson River. The structure will house the
National Council of Churches and a score of other church and
inteich'urch agencies. The building will also have ufuler ufuler-ground
ground ufuler-ground parking for 130 cars, and a pedestrian tunnel wiU
provide access to Riverside Church.
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3. The "highest single priority'
task is recruiting and educating
more" qualiiied teachers. Every
teacher should have "both a li liberal
beral liberal education and a knowledge
ia depth of the field in which he
4. There must be immediate im im-rovements
rovements im-rovements in the saUrie'-work-ing
conditions ar.d "socialr pres prestige"
tige" prestige" of teachers to attrtrt mnre
bright young peoile into the pro profession.
fession. profession. 5. "There must be more and
better equipped school and col college
lege college buildings."
. . Vu erdv
wjlch of mth pc,
Ih tit poss)n ;
an exprewion TK S
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FRIDAY, JANUARY S, U
Chester field-Cerveza Balboa Twinbill To night
Streaking Carta Vieja
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Increases League lead
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Those streaking Carta Vieja Yankee doodle
dandies who dumped Cerveza Balboa 8-3 last night
- for their seventh victory in their last eight games,
were relaxing today while the Chesterfield Smokers
and the Beermen readied themselves for an impor important
tant important doubleheader at the Stadium tonight.
Lait night's win gave the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees a two-game lead over Cerve Cerveza
za Cerveza Balboa and the Smokers drop dropped
ped dropped to two and one-half games in
The. Beermen would climb to
one game from' the top with a dou double
ble double win tonight. Two triumphs for
the Smokers would place them one
and one-balf games from the front
Chesterfield has n o m 1 n ated
rookie Leonard, r erguson aim
...t.n Hnmhrrtn Robinson to
oppose newcomer Lev Spencer
a uriirt Winston Brown on the
Cerveza Balboa manager Leon
Kellman, who ejready has h s
troubles, what with his infield
. star Heeotr Lopez serving out
an eight-day suspension until
Sunday, found himsalf with still
another problem today.
Kellman last night ordered the
Beermen's best relief pitcher Car Car-1.
1. Car-1. Thome, to turn in his uniform
fnllowine an argument over a $10
fine imposed by the manager be because
cause because the hurler missed two prac practice
tice practice sessions.
The Beermen pilot, wnou proo-
tbly heed Thome for fireman du duty
ty duty daring tonight's twinbill, said
that final decision would be
reacted after he conferred with
general manager Felix Luciani
In the meantime, Thome, who
claims he has been "fired," has
demanded that the club give him
an outright release. The consen consensus,
sus, consensus, however, was that the bowleg bowleg-ged
ged bowleg-ged Hghthander would be back
in uitiferm at game time tonight.
Righthander Jerry Davie, the
Yankee workhorse who was able
to win only three games for Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield during the 1056-57 season,
scattered ten hits last night as he
breezed to his fifth victory.
. Jerry, who has dropped two de decisions,,
cisions,, decisions,, is easily the winningest
pitcher in the league. His near nearest
est nearest rival for total wins is CB lefty
Dave Benedict, who incidentally;
lost the game last night to make
his record 3-2.
Benedict, who eve up four
runs and seven hits, gave way
to Stanley Arthur In the fourth
after he walked in a run to make
tha tcor 4-3 In favor of the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. The southpaw, who had control
trouble last night, allowed six free
pisses in his short stint on the hill.
Arthur permitted four runs and
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THE TREASURE OF
a like amount of hits, one of the
safeties being a two-run triple by
Billy Shantz, in the fifth.
Rookie Anselmo Correa worked
the last frame for the Beermen
and retired the side in one-iwo-
A single tally in the first
the Beermen a one-run lead but
they fell behind 2-1 in the second.
Cerveza Balboa moved in front 3-2
when they crossed the plate twice
in the third but their lead was
snoruivea lor the redoubtable
Yankees came right back with a
two-run fourth frame to go ahead,
and to stay, 4-3.
Three tallies in the fifth and a
lone maricer in the eighth on a Charles, 3b
throwing error by shortstop Clar- Robinson, ef
ence Moore provided insurance as 'p. Osorio, r
Davie, who had seemed shaky for, shields, If
the first three stanzas, held the Kellman, c
neermen at nay.
rirsr Baseman Tony Bartireme,
who was nursing a swollen right
rm which was hit by a Jim O'-
Roilly pitch In the game with
me Smokers the night before, sat
out last night's contest.
Tony's replacement, r e cular
right fielder Whitey Schmidt, did
such a good lob making 14 cutouts
flawlessly, that it caused the wise
cracking Bartirome to sav after
me game that his iob was
danger with Whitev nlavintr first
base like that."
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the eighth. "'" "7
Corky Glamn took over in right
field and made five nutouts with
No game will be played tomor
row. The Yanks engage Cerveza i
Balboa at Colon Stadium Sundav
morning at 10 o'clock.
1 'gjli ill.
lINI ICHO WINS AGAIN
CORAL GABLES. Fla nrP
With prti race favorite Gray
Phantom scratched from the
field, Pine Echo made it two
straight handicap victories at the
current Tronical Park
Wednesday when he won the New
Yar'a Day 'cap by a heaT'length.
TRAINER BUTTERS DIES I
NEWMARKET, England (UP) I
Frank Butters, generally regard-,
ed as one of the greatest horse'
trainers in the world, died heret
Wednesday at the age of 79.'
Gutters, who won 15 English1
classics, reached the peak of his
career as trainer for the late
Aga Khan, one of the world's
leading horsemen. j
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Atlantic Little League Will Open Eighth Season Tomorrow
THS STUf" E Wilt "hnm
berlain hobs up viih a new trcK.
Kansas'; fabulous ?even-:ler
holds the ball over the basket
with his kit hand and yanks it
down through the mesh with
the ri'.it, thrust through basket.
Yanks Draw Away
Kropf, cf .;.
'Shantz, C A'.
Boak, 2b ....
'Barron, ss ..
35 8 11 27 16
Gordon, lb 4 0
i Barnes, c
36 3 10 27
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Score By Innings
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batted in: Shields
Kellman 2, Shantz 3,
Schmidt. Earned runs:
Carta Vieja 7. Cerveza Balboa 3
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Shantz. Three-base hit: Shantz
Doubleplays: Barron, Boak,
Schmidt. Sacrifice hits: Davie 2
Schmidt. Wild pitch: Arthur
Struckout by: Benedict 4, Arthur
4. Davie 1. Base on balls off: Ben
edict 6, Arthur 3, Davie 4. Left
on base: Carta Vieja 12, Cerve
za Balboa 10. Pitchers record:
Benedict 4 runs. 7 hits in 3 2-3
innings; Arthur 4 runs, 4 hits in i
1-3 innings. Winning pitcher! Da
vie (5-2). Losing pitcher: Benedict
(3-2). Umpires: Thornton, tunai,
Moore, Time of game; 2:48.
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TRAFFIC IMPROVEMENT Wilfred Ketz, director of athletics at Union College, measures
the distance of an experimental basketball hoop designed by Ed Wachter of Troy, N.Y. The
hoop, 20 inches from the backboard and 10 feet from the floor, was designed to eliminate
congestion under the basket and make it harder for tall players on tap-ins. The hoop was in installed
stalled installed in the Schenectady school's field house for. the holiday tournament Seemed to helD.
The FastM Teenage League
will open its seventh season of
t-ompetitive baseball tomorrow af
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Carta Vlsja x
Cerveza Balboa ..... 3
Chesterfield ........ 3
TONIGHT'S GAMES (2)
V AT OLYMPIC STADIUM
Cerveza Balboa (Spencer 0-0) vs. Chesterfield
Came tune 6 o'clock.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vieja 8, Cerveza Balboa 3.
The Carta Vieja Yankees treat
ed their nemesis Dave Benedict
with little courtesy last night as
they belted his southpaw slants to
all parts of the diamond during
the three and two thirds innings
he worked. The tall Beerman
mound artist was far from his
usual self, as during his tenure on
the hill, the league leaders combed
him for seven base blows, three of
Control troubles continue to
plague the Beermen hill corps as
no less than nine free tickets were
issued by two of the three Cerveza
Balboa pitchers seeing service
during the contest. Benedict gave
up she, something rather unusual
with him, while reliefer Stanley
Arthurs issued three.
'Making hay while the sun
shines," was the exact thing done
by the Shantzmen during the
Christmas festivities. By winning
seven out of their last eight games,
they are now on top by a comfor comfortable
table comfortable two-game margin. In the
majors, "Being on top by July
fourth assures you df the flag." In
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Rock Hudson Jn
VERA DAY In
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Tomorrow! 1 f
ONB DAY RELEASE! I
ich Teenage Loop Opens
ternoon at one o'clock at Fastlich
Teenage Ball Park on Gaillard
The Palomas will take, on their
bitter rivals, the Ocelbts, in the
W L Pet. CB
9 6 .600
6 7 .462 2
6 8 .429 2
8 21 21
2-2) vs. Chesterfield
the Panama Pro League, that say
ing is applied to New year's Day
Floyd Robinson, although being
me lone struceout victim for win
ning pitcher Jerry Davie, collect collected
ed collected three singles in his five trips to
the plate. Pedro Osorio and Billv
Shields, with two base blows a
piece, gave the outfielder a total
of seven safeties of the ten made
by the club.
Last night's game brought out
the fact that the presence of a
consistent long ball bitter on the
club is woefully lacking. There
was not a single extra base hit in
the ten registered in the contest,
while the bat-happy Yankees with
three doubles and a triple in 11
hits,, registered eight tallies.
The league's ruling on the Lo Lopez'
pez' Lopez' case has apparently taken a-
way some of the spark from the
Cerveza Balboa outfit, Afield last
mgnt they appeared rather list-
jess, isuring tne late innings es
pecially, their-interest in the game
secmea at a low eon.
Last night Beerman hurler Car
los Thorne said that he was re
signing from the club. The .Cerve
za Balboa relief artist claimed
that he objects to a $10 fine slap
ped on him by club officials for
ins failure to report for a morn
ing practice session. Thorne did
not wear his uniform last night."
Much depends on the ability of
the Beermen to cop both ends of
tonight's twin bill We were unable
to garner any news about the
starting pitchers, but our guess is
that it should be Russ Evans
working the first game with Win
ston crown in the afterpiece.
The. Beermen last night trotted
out a Bocas del Toro battery to
nnisn tne game in the final Inning,
Manager Kellman was relieved
uemna me piaie Dy youxmui war
ier uaroes, wnue Anseimo uorrea
took over the pitching burden from
Stanley Arthur. It was Barnes
first appearance as a pro leaguer.
opener of the season. These two
teams battled it out right down
to the wire in the 1957 season and
are expected to pick up where
they left off when the Palomas
took the bitterly contested cham
Formal opening day ceremonies
with all the trimmings are reserv
ed for the lirst game of tne se
cond half in February.
The Fastlich Loop is composed
of ninety boys, aged 13 to 15,
divided into six teams of fifteen
players each, sponsored by A-
dalbert Fastlich, prominent Pana
ma business man.
There is no admission charged
at these games and the public
is cordially invited to support the
players and lee some of the best
basehaJl-played -On the Isthmus,
Keen, clean competition under the
guidance of an expert managerial
staff mark the Fastlich Loopers
and excellent ball ft the result
of the combined efforts of staff
Sportsmanship, high scholastic
records and close cooperation with
interested agencies and the pub
lic are Other features of this
League. Last year, a representat
ive group of players composed of
boys from both sides of the isth isthmus
mus isthmus defeated the "best in the
States" to bring back the cham
pionship laurels for the first time
in the history, of local teenage
Managers and coaches have been
working hard with their players
during an intensive "spring train training"
ing" training" and each camp reports sure
championship material, for a six-
wav tie for '58.
All boys who attenaea try-ous
but were not assigned to a team
are requested to report to the
Fastlich diamond at nine a.m. oh
Saturday. January 1L for a work-
nut and a came.
The schedule for the. first half
of the Fastlich Teenage League is
Sat. Jan. 4, .1:00 p.m., Ocelots
Mon. Jan. 6, Conejos vs Ma
Tues. Jaa. 7, Pumas Vs Peri
wn Jan. 8. Ocelots vs Macaws
Thurs. Jan. 9. Palomas Vs Co-
Fri! Jan. 10, Pumas vs Ocelots.
Mon. Jan. 13, Conejos vs Peri-
Tne. Jan. 14. Palomas vs Ma
Wed. Jan. 18, Conejos vs Pu Pumas,
mas, Pumas, Thurs. Jan. 16, Pericos vs Oce Ocelots.
lots. Ocelots. Fri, Jan. 17, Macaws vs Pumas.
Mon'.. Jan. 20, Pericos vs Palo Palomas.
Tues. Jan. 21, Ocelots vs Cone
22, Pumas vs Palo
Thurs. Jafl. Macaws vs Pe Pericos.
ricos. Pericos. t
Frt. Jsn. 24, Pumas vs Conejos.
Mos. Jan. 27, Palomas vs Oce Ocelots.
lots. Ocelots. Tues. Jan. 28, Pericos vs Ma-
Caw'ed. Jan. 29, Palomas vs Pu Pumas.
mas. Pumas. Thurs. Jan. 30, Conejos vs Oce Ocelots.
lots. Ocelots. Fri. Jan. 31, Pumas vs Matfaws.
Men. Feb. 3, Ocelots vs Peri Pericos.
cos. Pericos. Tues. Feb. 4,
Wed. Feb., 5,
Conejos vs Palo Palo-Macaws
Macaws Palo-Macaws vs Oce-
Thurs. Feb. 6, Pericos vs Pu
7, Macaws vs Pate-Hive
8, 1:00 p.m., Pericos
,. 3:00 p.m,,. Ocelots
U, Palomas vs Peri-
11, Macaws vs Co-
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The Atlantic Little League will open its eighth year of
baseball tomorrow afternoon at the Margarita Little
League field with the program due to get underway at
3 p.m. The members of all teams have been asked to
appear at the field no later than 2:45 p.m. in uniform.
Chairman Ewald Wiberg an announced
nounced announced that the curtain raiser
will see the 1957 champions, Mu Mutual
tual Mutual of Omaha managed by Mike
Burza, pitted against H o w ard
Will's strong Police Pals club'. The
game should feature the league's
best pitching, as both teams are
well fortified on the mound.
The opening day program will
begin at 3 p.m. with music being
furnished by the Cristobal High
School band, under the direction
of O. E. Jorstad.
The six league teams, all in uni
form, will assemble with "their
sponsors, managers and coaches in
front of the stands, where par parents
ents parents and others will have the best
opportunity of the year to photo photograph
graph photograph fhe teams. An introduction
of the teams will be followed by
the. march tot centerfield for the
flag raising ceremony. Assisting
in this colorful event will be the
Trpop 1, Margarita, bugle corps
of the Boy Scouts.
The throwing out of the first ball
will then take place to officially
open the 1958 season. On hand to
give the boys a good send off
will be the sponsors of the six
BALBOA .MENS LEAGUE
F. Icaza Scott Atwater
Tivoli Travel Agents
Blue Star Milk
Leading averages Coffey 173,
Pahl 173, Luttenberger 166, Hass
ler 165 La Beau 162.
Scott Atwater 3 Hillman Cars 1
The last met the first and there
was no upset, although the league
leading Scott Atwater had a scare
thrown into them. In the first heat
the motors just managed to come
under the wire by 21 pins. They
took the second by 130 pins, but
they should have saved som of
this pmfall foyTUie last heat be1
cause the Htijnukcars, driven by
Dorsey TyndaUTfctt beat the Scott-
Atwater motors by 56 pins. Tyndall
regained his finese by having 516
to lead both outfits, and Joe Kot Kot-larczyk
larczyk Kot-larczyk 501 was tops for the mo motors.
tors. motors. Tivoli Travel Agency 3 Zenith Tv 1
Bruce Ha&sler got his Tivoli
Travel Agents out on the road and
started the new year in grand fash
ion by blacking out the Crawford
zenith TV's for three points, in
the nightcap, Al Hele tuned in the
proper channel with a 204, and
salvaged the last point. The Zenith
TV's needed this point to retain
second place in the standings. Al
finished the night with 517, and
Bruce Hassler was- the best Trav Traveler
eler Traveler with 513.
Pepsi Cola Dunlop Rubber 1
After dropping the first game
by 19 pins, the Pepsi Colas start started
ed started fizzing and swept the next three
points and stayed within striking
distance, of first place. Three Pep-
sis cooled otf the Dunlop Rubbers,
Dube dented 523, Ray Schneider
shagged 524 and Lefty Luttenber
ger lifted a 545. The bounceless
and stretchless Dunlop Rubbers
had ueorge toigers 499 series as;
their best effort.
Kent Cigarettes 4
Martini Vermouths 0
The New Year celebrations ap
parently took out all the potency
of the Martini Vermouths, because
they dropped all four pomtst o the
well blended Kent Cigarettes. BUI
Coffey redeemed himself bv roll
ing a commendable 550 series and
improved his league leading av average
erage average of 173. His pupil Gil Gilleon
kept up with his tutor and team
mate with 519. The onlv Martinme
which was not watered down was
Wally Keller with 473.
Cafe Durarf 3 Balboa Beer 1
Here was a match devoid of anv
century series. The Balboa
Beer learned out the first game
by four pins, but then the five pots
of Duran Coffee started percolat percolating
ing percolating and poured out the next three
points into the win column. Les
Pahl with 491 was the hottest cup
of Duran Cafe, but he lost around
in his race with (Bill Coffey for the
league high average honors. Man-
a ' i ii
teams. Gil Morland of the Pirates,
and A. B. Cooper representing
the Police Asso. are back again
for the eighth lime as sponsors,
while Mutual of Omaha Insurance
Co. and the Coca Cola Co. are re returning
turning returning their teams to -the field
for the fourth time. Two new
teams will also be presented; the
Elks, sponsored by Cristobal Lodge
1542, B.P.O.B.,- and the Legien,
sponsored by the Nathaniel J.
Owen Post No. 3, American Le Legion.
gion. Legion. Should rain cause cancellation of
the opening day program, the
gafrie will be played on Monday
afternoon at 4:30 p.m. Thereafter
a game will be played each day
except Sundays. The weekday
days will start at 4:30 p.m while
the Saturday tussles will begin at
Tuesday afternoon, manager Art
Wiider and the Coca Cola Bottlers
will open their 1958 season against
Milt Sanders Elks.
Wednesday afternoon's game will
feature Ken Shelley and the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates in their initial start against
the legion club managed by Cash
ny Fernandez the Pan Liquido toe
bowler had a 467.
Canada Dry 2 Blue Star Milk 1
' The Blue Star Milkmen had no
defense against the barrage throws'
at them by Canada Dry Ui-SpotiV
Three Hi-spots were reillv on ih.
neami Joe SuinVan 208, Walt Gib Gib-bin
bin Gib-bin 203 and John Brbonr208
made it possible for the Canada
Dry to come up with 935 game
which is the league's highest team
game. Under this attack the Blue
Stars went down by 308 pins.
JUl Uc&g & m d"courge
the Blue Star dairymen, because
uiey took the next two games by
comfortable margins, but the three
nunared pin reserve was too much,
so the two teams divided the four
and IBarbour got their
with 515 and 507. and
Hoper earned the star nt
merit for the Blue Stars for a guilt
edge series of 502.
Honor Roll of 200 or bettter-Sul-Uyan
216, Giblin 203, Barbour
206, Coffey 212, Tyndall 214, Hele
204, Luttenberger 202, Dube 225.
Field & Stream
By AL MeCLANI
SHOULD you be headed south
this winter for offshore fLM.
keep in mind that a boat equipped
with oatriggers has a distinct ad advantage.
vantage. advantage. The primary purpose of an ,,.
rigger when angled out in fishing
pvsiuuu i iv uruu anytmng from
a strip bait for sailfish to a whole
fish weighing ud to several tmunria
for big marlin, either skipping it
annus oh me sunace or making
a dead bait fish "swim."
The bait is held at the ri.irt
trolling position by an arrange
ment consisting of a troll lm.
with a common, snap-type cfothaa.
pin on it. The trolley Una Mini
from the gunnel to a glass or
metal ring at the pit of the out
After the ban has bean lt m,t
to the desired distance, the clothes clothespin
pin clothespin is clipped to the fishing line
where it comes- off the rod tip,
and next pulled to the outrigger
tip while the reel still is in free
spool, allowing sufficient slack m
the fishing line.
While the bait is being trolled,
the rod may be played in a .jd .jd-holder
holder .jd-holder or held fay the angler. When
a fish strikes the bait, the fish
ing line automatically is pulled
out of the clothespin.
Another advantage in the use
of outriggers on a fishing boat is
that they allow four anglers to
fish comfortably at one time, with
two watching the baits towed by
the outriggers, each holding a rod
and reel connected to one of the
The other pair each fishes with
a flat line asV n directly off their
Outriggers are made of tha
lightest and strongest materials.
Alumimun is very popular at
present, and so fs bamboo mount
ed in a. spruce base for naiditv.
Most outriggers are 30 to 40 feet
long and consequently must be
tied inboard when sot in use.
FRIDAI, JANUARY 3, 1S58
TBI PANAMA AMEBIC AN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPKB
1000 Manuel Aranda Handicap Tops Race Card
Second, Third Series
Thoroughbreds To Vie
For Trophy In Sprint
The first of a series o "handicap" races which
ill be run each weekend throughout 1958 whenever
there is no classic race scheduled is slated to be held
tomorrow at the President Remon racetrack.
Second and third scries imported thoroughbreds
will dispute the $1,000 purse and silver trophy of offered
fered offered by the track management for the Manuel
Aranda Handicap, The race will honor the memory
of the late Chilean jockey who is the only fatality
ever in Panama racing ai the result of an accident
during a race.
Aranda was one of the" best
"breakers" ever to perform on
fecal shores. Besides being a fast
atarter he was a competent rtder
and one of the most xonsistent win winners
ners winners at Juan Franco up to the
time of his fatal accident in the
Singful and Michiripa, both
winners of three of their last four
starts, shape up as co-favontes to
cop this event. Singful will be rid ridden,
den, ridden, by Fernando Alvarez while A A-tejandro
tejandro A-tejandro Ycaza will guide Michi Michiripa.
ripa. Michiripa. Marlins To Lose
Franchise H They
Can't find Stadium
MIAMI (UP)-The Miami Mar Marlins
lins Marlins of the International League
have been given three weeks to
find a baseball stadium ot lose
League President Frank Shaugh Shaugh-nessy
nessy Shaugh-nessy issued the ultimatum 16 the
Miami team Tuesday after owner
George Storer reported no luck in
negotiating for a stadium. Shaugh Shaugh-nessy
nessy Shaugh-nessy said three other cities, in interested
terested interested in getting the triple A
The Jan. 22 deadline coincides
with the International League's
scheduled meeting to discuss plans
for the coming season.
The Marlins have played in Mi Miami
ami Miami Stadium, an ultramoden. oi-
vately -owned ball pak, for the
Mat two year. The team balked.
however, at returning to the sta stadium
dium stadium alter owner Jose Aleman de demanded
manded demanded the Marlins or the city
purchase it from him.
City Commissioner Otis Shiver
has suggested that the Marlins
play in the Orange Bowl, now de devoted
voted devoted entirely to football, but
Shaughnessy said he is against the
move unless it is only temporary.
"Moving into the Orange Bowl
w o u 1 d be only an emergency
move," Shaugnessy said, "and un unless
less unless the football stadium could be
re v a m p e d to make a suitable
home f6r baseball.
"We want to keep baseball here,
and I know owner George Storer
does not want to move his Mar Marlins,
lins, Marlins, but we will have to find some
help in finding a place for -them
"It's a aha me something hasn't
been done about buying Miami
Stadium- It is a wonderful park,
and people should be looking to
the future when the International
may become the- third major
Shaughnessy made it plain that
H Miami is not interested in base baseball,
ball, baseball, he will ask that the fran franchise
chise franchise be moved. He stid that Jer Jersey
sey Jersey City is interested in getting
the Martins, but refused to dis
close the other two cities who
want to join the triple A league..
For the convenience
of our patrons we are
now operating both at
4th and 8th Races
' I I I I i ill I
Kadir, a winner on New Year's
Day, ana Town's Wall, a recent
winner, also shape up aa danger dangerous
ous dangerous contenders'. Amado Credidio
will attempt to make it two in a
row aboard the consistent Kadir
while Ruben Vasquez hopes to
score an upset with Town's Wall.
Hostigador, second behind Mi Michiripa,
chiripa, Michiripa, and Bacancito, which ap apparently
parently apparently needs a rest, are upset
possibilities. No rider had teen re reported
ported reported for Hostigador at the time
this article was written. Carlos
Bovil, now in the, midst of a suc successful
cessful successful comeback, will handle the
reins on Bacancito.
Sprinters Gramilla, Louvre and
Gonetino round out the rxt nf the
field. Cristian Rebolledo will do the
booting on Gonetino, Braulio Bae Bae-za
za Bae-za will attempt to go all the way
aooara uuvre ana crancisco Jus Justinian!
tinian! Justinian! had the leg up on Gramilla.
SeVeral other mturntino rtnc
including a $850 special for import imported
ed imported non-winners, make up tht nine
Ernie Nevers, an AH-Anierica
fullback at Stanford, was one of
the all-time great ones turned out
by Pop W..rner. He excelled on
both offense and defense and wis
a star in the 1928 Rose Bowl game
though Stanford bowed to Notre
Dame and the Four Horsemen,
m-10. Nevers was equally .great in.
tne pro ranns, where ne also
coached, and briefly (1926-28)
pitched for the St. Louis Browns.
Whatever happened to Ernie
Neverse Today he's a successful
executive with a liquor firm in
ORIPDIRI IN ARMY
LOS ANGELES (UP)-Jon Ar Ar-nett,
nett, Ar-nett, Del Shofner, John Houser
and George Strugar, all of the
Los Angeles Rams of the Nation National
al National Football Lekgue, will enter
the Army on Jan. 28 for a six six-month
month six-month hitch, according to a
WASHINGTON (UP) Bill An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, co-captain of the Univer University
sity University of Tennessee football team,
has been sienpH tn National
Football Lea oil contra pf hv fk
Washington Redskins, who picked
mm as ineir tmra urait choice.
ftiiuerson, a xw pouna nai'IDack,
will be tried nut at Am
end or back by the 'Skins;
1st Race, etfc Strict Imp. f Fas. Pun S4M Peel Clout 1:00
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBUI
1 Oca la Mis4
4 Violin Viejo
5 Grey Juan
M. Guerrero 100
R. Vasque 115
A. Credidio 100
A. Vasquez 113
R. CrisUan 120
G. M on tern lis
C. Bovil 105
F. Alvarez 111
lnd Race, eth Series Imp. 7 F.
SICOND RACS OP THI DOUSL1
1 Bradomin A. Vasquez 113 Racing to beat form 3 1
2 Amat J. Talavera 107x Enjoying good form 10-1
3 Venganza B. Baeza 110 Could surprise 4-1
4 Lanero J. Jimenez 105 Nothing recently 15-1
5 Fifito C. Bovil 113 Should score again 2-1
6 Rutilante F. Alvarez 112 Good recent races 7-2
7 The Gipsy B. Aguirre 101 Last doesn't count 31
8 Camberwell G. Montero 110 Could surprise here 5-1
3rd Race, "Special'
Natives a Fas.
1 Stelita 100
2 Fult Moon G. Mentero 110
3 San" Cristobal V. Ortega 115
4 fiuca, F. Alvarez 108
5 Guacamaya J, Talavera 105x
6 Okiland B. Baeza 108
4th Race, "C" Natives 4 Fas. Purse $375
4 El Pequeno
5th Race, "B" Natlvea 7 Fgs.
3 Dr. Bill
B. Aguirre 112
A. Credidio 103
H. Ruiz 102
B. Baeza 115
eth Race, eth Series Imp. 7 F.
FIRST RACI OF
1- Miss Patience
3- Concrete Pipe
6- Febrero II
7- Ceiestial Fire
8- silver Heels
A. Ycaza 110
C. Quiros ffix
. H. Ruiz 110
B. Baeza 115
R. Cristian 110
A. Vasquez IK)
B. Aguirre 108
R. Vasquez lis
7th Race, ith Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400
SICOND RACI OP THI DOUBLI
1 Don Dani
C. Bovil 115
R. Vasquez 116
3 Cartillero B. Baeza 115
4 Elko J- Talavera 110x
5 Introduction A. 'Credidio 113
6 Destello F. Alvarez 106
8th Race, "Special" Imp. 4 Fet. Purse $450
1 Guadalcanal B. Baeza 105
2 Vergnieux F. Alvarez 115
3 Colifato G. Montero 105
4 Jack O'Lantern A. Credi. 104
5 Colmado R. Cristian 113
6 Lobo A. Vasquez 115
th Race, 2nd, 3rd Series Imp. 7 F.
Purse $1000 Peel Closes SMS
1 Kadir A. Credidio 113
2 Gonetino R. Cristian 113
3 Town's Wall R. Vaaquez,116
4 Bacanclto C. Bovil 115
5 Singful F. Alvarez 113
6 Michtripi A. Ycaza 113
7 Louvre B. Baeza 105
8 Gramilla F. Justinianl 7x
9 Hostigador 103
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
"MANUEL ARANDA HANDICAP"
9th Race 2nd and 3rd Series Imported
7 Furlongs Purse $1000 One-Two
1. KADIR ...A. CrediHk) 113
2. GONETINO R. Cristian 113
3t TOWN'S WALL R. "Vasquez ....... 116
4. V0AOANCITO C. Bovil 115
5. SlNOFUL F. Alvarei J 13
6. MICHIRIPA A. Ycaza 113
7. LOUVRE .B. Baeza 105
8. GRAMILLA .F. Justinian! ...... 97x
9. HOSTIGADOR 103
Lacks early speed
Will fight it out
Not good enough
Usually quita early
T-Should beat theae
-ouW make it now
Rates fair chance
Has late toot
Purse $400 Peal Cteses 1:30
Peel Chases 2:00
-Has shown nothing
-Will fight it out
Could get up here
Early speed only
Should be close up
Peel Closes 1:30
J. Talavera HOx Form indicates 3-2
B. Aguirre 111 Must go lower 5-1
G. Montero 111 -Better this time 8-1
S. Garvajal 113 Razor sharp form 2-1
B. Baeza 116 Should improve now 21
Peel Closes 3:00
Sure thing in mutuela 1-2
Not in best form 54
Should be runnerup 3-1
Excluded from betting XXXX
Peel Closes 3:40
Rates good chance 4-1
Must go lower 30-1
-Ran well in last 15 1
Form indicates 3-2
Last doesn't count 3-1
Not against these 20-1
Could get up now 4-1
-Has sizzling workouts 2-1
Peel Closes 4:15
Early speed only
Hard to beat now
In fight to finish
Seeks, repeat victory
Peel Closes 5:00
Has strong finish
Should best these
Early speed only
-Will fight it out
Has high rating
MANUEL ARANDA HANDICAP
Post position handicaps 7 2
Not in winning form 15-1
Will fight it out 3-1
Begging for a rest 10-1
Enjoying rare form 21
- Gould win again 5-2
Quits badly in stretch 20-1
- Fast pace kills chance 20-1
Excellent race in last 5-1
ENTRANCE TO THE
OF' 'Hif'- aaaVJ
St,' .4. ...i ... v 1 ...JHBm
BULL'S-EYE BEAUTY -Snow shovels may be standard
equipment in other parts, but archery is among, the sports
enjoyed during the mild winter season in' Phoenix, Ariz.
Georgian!) H amnion, 19. not only displays fine form wjth bow
and arrow, but is on target in the good looks department.
By Conrndo Smgennt
Manager Pablo Arose mena
Thayer once more proved his de desire
sire desire to put local horse racing on
the high level it deserves to be.
Immediately after the cancellation
of the New Year's Classic due to
the bad start caused by an im improperly,
properly, improperly, working starting gale,
Thayerannounced that the race
would be rescheduled for Sunday
with a $1,000 purse increase. He
also announced yesterday thy ad admission,
mission, admission, Witt again be free for 'the
runnihgTof the clafsic.
Thayer also deserves every
praise for his efforts In getting
two-year-old Argentine and Chil Chilean
ean Chilean colts that are being offered
far a total price of $2,250 with a
down payment .of only S2$j afl
that is necessary te get one.
At this writing, the following
Chilean two-year-olds were on sale:
Aluclnado, Campagnard, Eros,
Maese. Muchen. Pangal and For-
rn. Ems is a half-brother to the
hard-running Eric, being out of
Erna Sack also.
The selectors of "La Fija ," a
weekly Spanish-language racing
magazine, and The Pangma Amer
ican wound up deadlocked witn
283 points each for the month of
December. These two tipsters
waged a two-way battle virtually
the entire month.
La Estrelia de Panama's Donald
Vincent, the most consistent win winner
ner winner in recent months, could not
keep up this time 'and wound up
third. Vincent, however, consoled
himself by finishing
first in the
trimestrai contest with a total of
117 winners as compared, to ine
Panama American s ill runnerup
total. El Panama America was
third with 107 winners.
Only one newcomer is scheduled
to break into local racing this
weekend. He is the Chilean colt
Lobo,, a highly rated four-year-old
bay son of Licencioso-Cnilpa, He is
owned by the Stud La Enea and
trained by Hugo de la Penh. Al
9th Race -1 Mile and One-Eighth
Purse $4,000.00 Added One-Two
1. HORAC10 ..
2. KING'S PARK
3. TRASGO ...
5. GAV1AN ...
8. DOUBLE FOUR
10. BATALL0N v.
11. PLAY, BOY
RACE TRACK ON S
fredo Vasquez will ride Lobo in to
morrow s eighth race.
Tomorrow's Manuel Aranda
Handicap will be the first of a
series of $1,000 events to be held
each weekend that no classic is
scheduled. This Week there will
be both e classic and the handU
cap because of Wednesday's New
Year's Classic cancellation.
The handicaps, which also car
ry a silver trophy for the owner of
the Winding thoroughbred, will be
rotated among the Various series.
Sensational Panamanian jockey
Manuel Ycaza has" moved from
Golden Gate Fields to the Santa
Anita track. He continues to boot
home winhers with amazing reg.
1 Gray Juan
3 San Cristobal
CHARryTTEs v ft. t. v. v
Urjp )-Former Clevelarid Indian's
pitcher Don, Black, whose major
league career was cut short by
a pinched nerye, was reported to
i2 recovering from automobile
accident injuries today at the
University of Vircinia i Hnsnif al.
Black, who pitched a no-hit, no-
run game against the Philadelphia
Athletic during the 194? season,
suffered a brain Injury in the
crash on Saturday wnile en rout
to Biackstone, va., with nis lam-
for a holiday visit.
. B. Agirirre
..... ..V. Castillo
F. Alvaitz ........ 1 1 2
, A. Vasquez ....... 113
...A. Ycaza 118
. A. Credidio 104
....:.G. Rivera 108
I lake JTCU MUtlu an a j
land he's just another ballplayer."
We thought this s brilliantly per
ceptive and profoundly judicial ob
servauon. oinguiany, most reau reau-ers
ers reau-ers disagree," some violently.
Boiled down their rebuttal took
this form: 'Hitting is the sine qua -non
of big league stature. With
out a bat no balllpiayer, exclusive
of pitchers, ever won lasting re
nown. Where, for instance, would
Ruth have been without his hat?
Or Cobb, Hornsby, Foxx, Heil
mann. Sisler. et al
It would be ridiculous to di count
the importance of hitting on the
composition, of a big league ball
player, and it is .needless to say
we don't. Our observation was
confined to WiUias,nd Most Va
luahle Player vote, won by the
Yankees' Mickey ManSe.
At 39, the Boston.star hit a spec spectacular
tacular spectacular .3ft for a clun which was
ntver in contention and; therefore
sure. ve, in me pvaiuwn mm- 1111-
ting alone is not enough to earn
automatically the league's
We realize that te say Williams
csn do nothing but hit is like say saying
ing saying Bold Ruler can do nothing hut
run. Even so, the fact remains un
challenged that in comparison with
other great hitters his big league
credtntials fall short.
Ruth has been mentioned.
There's nothing Williams can do
that the Babe couiqnt' do better
-iield, throw, run, sjide, bunt.
And before Ed Barrow put him in
the) outfield lo exploit his power
Hum was tne pest ien nanaeu
pitcher in the league.
Cobb didnt' need a bat to beat
you. In a game against Cleveland
we saw him draw Pss, steal
second, go to third on a fly out and
steal home to beat Stanley Cov-
etesKte in extra innings. Hit? He
led the league nine consecutive
years, had four-year stretch at
.385, 420, 410 and .390.
MORE THAN A BAT
The Ruths and Cobhs. of course.
1)elon to tie extra, special cate
gory ana u s a lowering triDute to
Williams that he finds himself in
their company. And while they are
remembered mostly for their hit
ting as Williams certainly will
be they had valid big Hague tal
ents in other respects. Which is
tne point we strive to mane.
MACDONALO ft MUIR LIMITED, DlitllUr. Laith, Scotland
If hitting is to be the one and
only consideration, there is no
room for controversy. Among the
moderns Williams stands alone.
But if there are to be added con considerations,
siderations, considerations, a different approach
is called for. As a more exacting
criterion, e tend to the lah;'
points, some of which we must in-.
sist have no'hing to do with Wil Williams.
liams. Williams. The ballplayer t. g.. his
nrcnnal charities and military
service. The readers are on more
solid grjunr when they prottst a-
gainst writers who ranked him no
higher than ninth and 10th on their
This doesn't make sense to us.
either. And we agree with the
readers that the secret, or anony anonymous
mous anonymous ballot, is improper. There
are connotations of maneuver"
vucsuuu me w'jiisr s muuves, iou
that's not good.
MAKES 'EM PUBLIC
Because we have not been uni uniformly
formly uniformly lyrical in our comment
. i. i L. j
uu rtmiaiiis uie icaucrs uemann
to know how we voted. We don't
have a vote. Only regularly as assigned
signed assigned baseball writers do. If we
had a vote it would have gone to
A certain amount of individual
enthusiasm call it prejudice, if
vou will is inesrsoahlc in any
voting bastd or personal opinion.
Even Miss Meat Ball of '57 didn't
make it unanimously. And Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' long feud with the press bet
mskes any action against him su suspect.
spect. suspect. This all the more reason why :-.
m v in i ion annua i nncionotinnc
Thpv nucrht ti 1m willmcr tn AotanA
thsir judgment pubucy and we r$(l
caoahle of doing so. Even w"ij,ee -who
had Williams ninth and 10th;
BIG CITY SLICKERS
Dayton. O. (NaAV The Univor-
sity of Dayton basketbal' squid
hopes to go a long way this sea season
son season with the assistance of two
sharpshooters from New York
V.I.J. lit J 01 c inui llflUI UMW
and Fogo suck Case-
T t. tin v V
ew xora tixiLAi ir. rran;..
cis J. bweeney, basketball team
l : i i
pnynician, nas oeen connecieu
with ManhaHan TnlUsa olhWioi
for more than 40 years as tudent,
manager and medic
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
3rd and 9th RACES
Children Are ISot
Allowed At The
FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1931
this space is for sale
for Information telephone 2-074b?
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furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences. Pbone
2-20S1 or 2-1146T ".
FOR RENT: Beautiful complete completely
ly completely furnished apartment. Army
inspected. Via Espafia House
just before Minimax.
FOP, RENT: Beautifully fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished two bedroom modern
artment 'with maid's quarters,
splendid residential district. Ca Case
se Case Miraflores Gerardo Ortega
Street. Phono from 7:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Panama 3-3094.
FOR RENT: Now apartment,
large, three bedroom, hot water,
l one floor (second floor).
Can be seen at' 9 to 4 p.m. Me Mexico
xico Mexico Ave. 69 inside.
in a hypnotic trance that Is
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FOR SALE: 1955 gray-whifa
Pontiac Catalina, white wall tiros,
heater, radio with back and
front seat speakers, accessories,
beautiful condition, good mile mileage.
age. mileage. See or call 0434-1 Frangi Frangi-panl,
panl, Frangi-panl, Ancon. Phone 2-2989.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet,
four door Sedan, good condition,
Power Slide. Call 2-2735.
FOR SALE: U47 Dodge, duty
free, owner leavreg Isthmus. Best
offered, call 3-3525.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Sedan,
black "wtw" Mm Mtdkit
dition. Phono Balboa 1304, can
be seen 5775-A. Diablo Hots.
FOR SALE: '53 Studebakar
hardtop. V-8. 24,000 miles.
Good tires, best offer takes, can
be seen at Qtrs. 287-B Albreok
FOR SALE: '49 Dodge coupe,
new paint, complete engine
overhaul, new battery, new
brakes. Seat covers, $450.00.
FOR SALE: 1951 Packard, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, 4 door sedan
Navy blue. Navy 3706.
FOR SALE : Ofdsmobile 1 948,
Hydr., radio. Motor excellent,
body vary good. Call MaeRenii
i.l It MM ft.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
155 Central Ave.
Fidanque Travel Service
Thousands 01 U.S.
By Havana Weather
HAVANA, Cuba, Jan. S fU?) fU?)-Thousands
Thousands fU?)-Thousands of American tourists
were stranded in Havana today
by winds and rain of near hurri hurricane
cane hurricane strength. It was the city's
mntn ana worst Twreaster" of
No 'casualties were reported.1
More .than 3,000 persons, were
left In Havana harbor aboard th
giant crake ships Olympia, Niew
Amsteraan ana Homeic which
were not able to sail because of
Other huiidreds got a free over
night stay in Havana from inter international
national international Airlines, which, cancelled
late nignt scneauieg.
About 600 American tourists and
residents were stranded by swirl
ing waters in we swamc new 12
million dollar Havana Riviera Ho
tel as waters of the Gulf of Mexi
co crasned over adjoining sea
walls and isolated the 20 story
maiding in sunurDan vedado
The plush hostelry was inaces-
sible by car because of hip-dejtp
The Hotel Presidente also in the
neighborhood was isolated.
The famed Malecon seawall
drive along Havana's coast line
was, aoanaonea ny motorists as
waves crashed over It from the
gulf Palm trees and billboards
f"ll by the scores throughout the
Telephones fines were blown
rown and power blackouts oc
curred in many parts of greater
ffiSLSZ 2V."nB,i OrriCW At IS-St
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COLON. Central Ar... 12.165 Tal 4M
FOR SALE: Household fur furniture,
niture, furniture, Xood condition, very
cheap. Pbone 2-2919.
POR SALE: At very reasonable
prices and in excellent condi condition:
tion: condition: Swedish dining room set
including mahogany buffet and
roll-in bar; complete double-bed
mahogany bedroom set wkb
matching bedspread and rugs,
if desired; one Console Dumont
24" television set and aerial;
one RCA Console radio-phonograph;
one table model Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Hi-Pi phonograph; various
lamps, some pairs; two boo boo-gainvillea
gainvillea boo-gainvillea in planters, two large
Wonleel plants, various other
small petted plants; ether minor
kitchen equipment, glassware
and household articles. Call 3 3-4857,
4857, 3-4857, Apartment TVC, Edifleie
Urrace, Avenida Najarico Boyd
corner 46th Street, Bella Vleta.
FOR QUICK SALE: Philippine
Rattan dirliWMBn u tm nn
9x12 rug and gad $,
G. E. refrioerator. S 1:00 00
Simmons folding bed with Mat Mattress
tress Mattress $25.06, Full 24" cut pew pew-or
or pew-or mower $95.00, Rattan mag mag-axine
axine mag-axine rack $60.00, bicycle
$8.00. Call Balboa 3712 any
Four-Man Committee Studies
Whether NY Should Remain
Open City' On N.L. Map
NEtr YORK, Jan. 3 fUP) A
special four-man committee met
with Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick today to present its views
on whether New York should re
main an "open city" on the Nation.
al League map.
When the Dodgers and Giants
shifted their franchisee ta ik.
STt m York
American League owners sun-
ported the Yankees' claim that all
of Now York city, except Brook Brook-lyn
lyn Brook-lyn belongs exclusively to them.
However, the National League con-
leuus mar. iew rorK is ooen to
any club in the N.L. that Wants to
In order to help Mm "settle the
(territorial) issue in perpetuity,"
Frick selected four men at the
baseball meetings at Colorado
Springs, Colo., last month. Coinci Coinci-dentally,
dentally, Coinci-dentally, one ofhe committee
members is Gabe Paul, general
manager of the Cincinnati Red-
owel Crosley. owner of the
Redlegs, announced yesterday at
Cincinnati that the team is' "men
Sprinter Bobby Morrow Wins
Sullivan Memorial Trophy
NEW YORK (UP) Bobby Joe
H.waV. 4-1. 1 uHiiu mUh.
Morrow, the swinter who won
three gold medals during the 1956
Olympic Games, today was named
winner of the National Aaiateur
Athletic Union's James E. Sullivan
Memorial Trophy for 1957?
The AAU presents the award an annually
nually annually to the amateur jthlete
"who, by performance, example
and good influence did most to ad advance
vance advance the, c use Of goodisports goodisports-mahship
mahship goodisports-mahship during thenar.'
Morrow, a 22-yesrold senior di divinity
vinity divinity student at Al-1ene Christian
College, was the first choice on
213 of 586 ballots cast by sports
authorities who took part in the
doII. With five foints given tor a
first-place vote, three for second
and one for tmra, Morrow coueni
ed 1.548 points
-Four other Olympic cbjhipioni
Iinisneo ctoacsi hi munuw
- Tom Courtney. Olympics 800-;
meter champio from Livingston,
HJ.i was runner-up with 122 first first-place
place first-place votes and 1,057 points.
Harold rnnolly, Olympic ham hammer
mer hammer throw champion from Boston,
was third with 7 first-place votes
and 748 points. .Tommy Kono of
Sacramento, Calff., Olympic light
ROMANIA PRESIDENT DYING.
VIENNA (UKommunisi j Ro Romania's
mania's Romania's 72-year-old president, Pet Pet-rii
rii Pet-rii Groza, is dying, Bucharest
Radio indicated yesterday. The
radio said Groza s condition has
"considerably worsened" and "it
is not nossible to stop further
progress of the disease' He has;
been president since 1952. Be ore
that he had been premier since
... NEW EATING RECORD ....
BEDL1NGTON, England (UP) (UP)-Joe
Joe (UP)-Joe Steele, who claims .the title
of "worW 'eattisi champion
another record today.
ate seven feet, 10-inches o saus
age in five and a ha i minutes
He said he would have done bet
ter but he-lready hatt a hearty
breakfast only a few hours earlier.
"H" Wlr.' PANAMA- I.IBBKIIA
Ave. 45 LOUIDKS PHARMACY
SERVK'K A Tvpl "0 rllvl1 cvinfWiB.i.ruusm--i venuki r
OnaAn No 41 r OTO DOM V -Jinte
. vivii i n i tmAM vi i.ft.1 tit a wivnurn athm hmHi
ALICIA GRANT please call Mrs.
Madison 87-5220 83-5172.
Boats b Motors
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE;
Outboard Speedboat. 10 h.p.
Eviprudo. See at Abernathy's or
FOR SALE: large let and 6 6-room
room 6-room house, including living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, bedrooms,
kitchen, service, electric light,
water. Situated along Trans-Isthmian
Highway corner of "C"
St., 19 miles Panama, two minute
walk from road to house. Apply
on spot to Allan Johnson, own-
LOST: Siamese Female cat in
Diablo. If found, call 2-3121 or
Balboa Police Station.
tally closer to moving than at any
time in history."
Although he admitted he was
dlSaDDointed that nnthlno nr,.
tical has been done about parking
facilities" near the Cincinnati half.
part, crosley declined to predict
if the Redlegs would be doine busi
ness ai tne same stand this
Mayor Robert Wanner of
York has organized a special co;
mittee to hire another National
league team nere, and the Red-
legs are the leading candidates.
But this group is awaiting official
ciaruicauon of the territorial
rights before taking .any major a c
In addition to Paul, the other
committee members who met with
Frick tnrlav r Print Ton.
general manager of the Cleveland
muians; uick meyer, vice presi-
ucui, uj. uie oi. liouis l aruina is,
and Roy Egan, attorney for the
vliiLagu IIIIHC BOX.
Depemin on how much work
is accomplished today, other meet
ings between Frick and the com
mittee may be necessary before
the group offers its proposals to a
joint meeting .of the major leagues
here Jan. 25.
heavyweight weightHfting champi-
I 'L .1 - t I. .
on and only non-Russian to win a
title in the 1957 world champion
ships, was next with 71 firsts and
719 points. Gtenn Davis, Olympic
400-meter hhrdles champion from
Clinton, Ohio, was fifth with 27
firsts anl 353 points.
Sylvia Ruuska, Olympic swim swimmer
mer swimmer from Berkeley, Calif., was
sixth with 25 firsthand 238 points.
mer from Indianapolis, Ind., wall
seventh with 27 firsts and 231
points. Doug Blubaugh, national
AAU 168.5-pound wrestling cham champion
pion champion from Tulsa, Okla., was eighth
with 13 firsts add 140 points. Ter
ry Kand, a member or the uen
,ver-Chicago Truckers basketball
(team, was nmth with 10 firsts and
Corner "H' and Darien
PPOtClADO I Street No t.T AGKNC'I AS
tfz I. la.-asouHI. MKHM IC t-OM-
Arti-m! ve ani ,TI !W FAKMAril
FOR SALE: 25 cycle General
Electric refrigerator. Call 2 2-2735.
2735. 2-2735. FOR SALE: Speed Graphic, 4x
5". Used, but in perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. $149.50. International Jew Jewelry,
elry, Jewelry, Central Avenue No. 155,
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks. 4"x12"
x!2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123 20 per
thousand. Clayco t Alfareria. S.
wjK. Via Epaa' No. 37-46.
DUROBLOK concrete build building
ing building blocks. Approved for' use in
the Canal Zona. No less.thrpugh
breakage. We deliver. Call Mr.
.Martinet Tel. 3-6022.
FOR7 SALE! "Swedish Birch"
dining room Set; "Mallory"
piano; gelded horse. 2308 2308-8
8 2308-8 Balboa 3715.
DR. CLIFFORD LEWIS, presi president
dent president of Kansas City Bible Col
lege, who will open an 11-day se-M
lies in meetings ai me rirsi
Baptist Church of Balboa
Heights, The services begin on
Jan? 5 at both morning and eve eve-nihg
nihg eve-nihg services and continue
through Jan. 15 on each evening
Of Finance Meets
With Labor Unions
PARIS,. Jan. 3 (UP) Finance
Minister Pierre Pflimlin turned his
attention today from a foreign
loan to labor unrest on the French
Pflimlin scheduled a meeting
with union representatives de-
mandin a new wage boost for the
country's estimated one million
The Finance Minister is known
to be opposed to any new expenses
being imposed on bis austerity
budget. Informed sources said his
determination to hold the tine on
Government spending wis a main
selling point in his current efforts
to secure roughly 430 million dol
lars in international loans.
jjui rrencn worxers are angry
about spiraung living costs in
France and particularly a series
of hew price increases authorized
The new government decrees
pushed up the cost of most house
hold items and luxury items by
2.5 per cent and hiked prices up
to 50 per cent for subway tickets
ana 20 per cent for first class rail
Small raises in the prices of
Wine and bread, two French diet
staples, also have been authorized.
Pflimlin met at 9:30 a.m. (0B3t)
GMT) this morning with represen
tatives of the Christian Workers
Federation (CFTC) and at 8:30
p.m. (1730 GMT) with spokesmen
for the Socialist Workers Force
Union and the National Education
Federations which r e p r esents
NEW YEAR GRANDSONS
, ALEXANDRIA, Va.. (UPJ-New
Year's Day brought two grand grandsons
sons grandsons retired Brig. Gen. R. S.
Bwney of Nashville, Tenn., one at
the1 stroke of midnight and the
second four mhmtes later. Daniel,
bom, at thja, birth of the New
Year, weighed 6 pounds 8 ounces
and brother William tipped the
scales at 5 pounds 3 ounces.
CHICAGO (UP ) Marie MUrlev.
Cook County picnic permit clerk,
did a lattd office busines Wednes
day although the temperature hov hovered
ered hovered near zero. She becan issnine
permits at dawn to a crowd of
persons seeking choice locations
for club p tcmcs m the county's
forest preserves next summer.
BLOOD CURDLING PRICES
NOTTINGHAM, England (UP)
The parish magazine of St.
Nicholas' Church carried the fol
lowing book notice: "Do you like
thrillers? Get the -latest automo
bile assn. handbook. The hotel pri prices
ces prices will curdle your blood."
VT ANTED : ExserienttiJ ri.o.r
Apply to "Coeperativa Pesguera
DRAWER A. OIA6LW
BOX I2 j CRISTOBAL CZ
Army couple wishes to rent va.
cation quarters, beginning janu janu-ary
ary janu-ary 1st, 1958. Dial Balboa 2 2-3419.
3419. 2-3419. WANTED:,-!. Completely up upholstered
holstered upholstered 3 place sofa and 2 easy
chairs suitable for slip covering.
Call 3-4911 between 9 a.m.
and 6 p.m.
THIEF TAKES SINK
ATLANTA flo inr a kii
who h-oke into the hnmp nf Mrs
Katie Dorse didn't take anything
Dut tne Kitchen sink.
HANDY GIRL Showine she
ttson demonstrates the technique for remote handling of radio radio-Isotopes,
Isotopes, radio-Isotopes, at the. British Atomic Energy AuiBOriiy; Radie Radie-Chemicai
Chemicai Radie-Chemicai Center in Amersham, England. She is wcffkjng, in
hew extension of the center which opened-recentljf. Incressinf
Scope of' the center's work and world-wide demands for its
products necessitated the construction of more buildings.
BETTER THAN WORDS-Df. E. FinlCy Carter; direefcr of
the Stanford Research Institute, MeWo Park, Calif., used an
assist froni'NF A editorial cartoonist John Fischetti to convince I
a congressional committee that research in the 'humanities 1
should riot be neglected, while building up the nation's science:
program. He had Fischetti's cartoon "The Launching Plat- j
form" blown up for display before the Joint Economic Com Committee
mittee Committee in Washington, I.C, because it expressed his views
"befw 0rn' wrV"'
li b A CAMtRA- Almost
camera.' designed to photograph terrain features as far as 30 1
miles away, is shown in operation at Fort Monmouth, N J.
Cameraman Specialist Third Class John D. Dertners, of Syra Syracuse,
cuse, Syracuse, N.Y., aigbts through the built-in telescope), aa Specialist
Second Class George A. Paybins, Brockton, Mass. adjusU
retractable lens barrel. The camera, which will operate in the
infrared range, was originally developed at the Signal Corps
Engineering Laboratories at Fort Monmouth, and Was designed
and built by the Kalart C6. of Plainneld, Conn.
y or night. Calli
3 minute cai wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing ef
ears $6. Auto-Bane, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
For the best TV .service call
Dick, phone 1479 Colon, until
7.00 p.m. Work guaranteed 90
The best 'dinner,
are served"' in our
bar Hefel Internacipnal
WANTED: A good cook,
must sleep at work, reference
regtri.-er'. "Cpi,v!jIo del Uru Uruguay".
guay". Uruguay". CUft 32 K'i. 3-45.
is not nil thi
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First He Conquered
New Zealand's Hillaty Wins
Historic Race to South Pole
WELLINGTON, New Zealand, Jan. 3 (UP) New Zealand adventurer Sir Edmund Hillary radioed today he
had reached the South Pole the winner of a hiatoric trans-Antarctic race and the first man to make the over overland
land overland trek since Scott in 1912.
Hillary and four other New Zealanders won a desperate gamble against deep snow and ebbing fuel to plant
New Zealand's flag at the pole before a rival expedition made it 4-
A radio message announcing their success arrived at headquarters of the New Zealand International Geophy Geophysical
sical Geophysical Year committee here tonight.
Not since Britain's Capt. Robert Falcon Scott marched to the Pole in 19f? had it been reached overland.
Scott and Vs P Pf.nshed on
the way batt after discovering
Norwegian Roaid Amondsen had
beaten them to the world s south south-most
most south-most point only k month wove.
The big American base now at
the Pol ws manned and sup supplied
plied supplied completely by air-no small
achievement but hardly as dar daring
ing daring as a man-against-iee struggle
en tho ground.
Hillary, 38-year-old conqueror of
Mt. Everest, decided to make the
dash on Christmas Day. With a
minimum of supplies he and J
compatriots rode Sno-ca' tractors
through 500 gruelling miles of ice
Their object was to get to the
Je before Britain's Dr. Vivian
Kchs, who was hurrying there
from the oppsite side of Antafc
Hillary's mission had been mere-
J66 Rebels Killed
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Jan. 3
(UP)-Loyal troops in southern
aeo kuiea iw reue '"-r
up" numerous gang hideouts
iu la Pisht months of
?cH, pm announced today.
A' communique said 3Q0 rebels
Were captured with 247 weapons of
undescribed types. The announce announcement
ment announcement made- no mention of govern government
ment government casualties.
! It was assumed that most of the
rebel casualties were members of
the fanatic, anti-government Darul
Islam sect, which is particularly
Strong in Borneo.
Ike Appoints Tatelman to Try
Case of Burglarized CZ Judge
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 (UP) -President
Eisenhower found him himself
self himself involved in a legal tangle that
began in the Panama Canal Zone
when a footpad was accused of
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
Is nrenared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and fcydrofcrapble
Branch of the Panama Canal
Low ........ 74 79
High K M
Low 40 84
(max. mph) NW-1 N-W-17
RAIN (Inches) 0 0
(Inner harbors) 82 83
1:15 3:45 6:15 8:45 p.m.
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(rhymes with "pUtyprls")
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KAY KLNDAii TAINA ELG I
Mi Everest, and Now
ly to establish a supply base for
Juchs, leader of an epic attempt
to traverse the polar continent
from coast to coast.
Tho lanky New Zoalandor got
his base, 700 miles inland from
McMurdo Sound, built and sup supplied
plied supplied well ahead of schedule.
This success convinced him to
try tho race for th Pol.
"Heading hell-bent for Pole, God
willing and crevasses permitting,"
he messaged on Christmas Day.
To Harry Refugees
VIENNA. Jan. 3 (UP) Com
munist Hungary has bolstered its
espionage organization to spy on
re ugees who flee to the West,
it was reported today. w
The Austrian Socialise Press
Service said the Hunearina lega
tion here1 was a focal point for
the spy network. It said a Hun Hun-earian
earian Hun-earian diplomat attached to the
legation "played an important
part" in the campaign in Austria,
whiqh thousands of Hungartnas
nspd as a stemming stone to new
lives in the United States and
other countries after the Hunga
rian revolution in October 1956
The bress service said other
Wunearian sov rings had been
formed in neutral Switzerland and
robbing the house of the judge who
was to try him.
The White House late yesterday
issued ,an executive order by the
President designating Edward I
P. Tatelman. now a Canal Zone
magistrate, to serve as special
judge for the United States Di
strict Court in the Canal Zone.
Tatelman was assigned to pre preside
side preside over the case of the Canal
Zone Government vs. Federi Federi-co
co Federi-co Zapata.
Guthrie F. Crowe is the regular
Federal District Judge, but had
to disqualify himself in this parti particular
cular particular case because Zapata was
accused of having robbed Crowe's
Judge Tatelman said today
that ht has had no notification
of hit appointment. Ho will go
ahead with his plans for sailing
tomorrow en route to Florida,
whore he will make his home af after
ter after his retirement later this
He said today that when he re receives
ceives receives official notice of his ap
pointment he wi arrange to make
his services available
Zapata's case comes up for call
on the criminal docket on Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. At the call for the December
term, it was continued.
Previously there had been two
other continuances of the case at
Zapata's' request. The ex convict
at first pleaded insanity, but after
a period of observation in a Canal
Zone hospital was adjudged sane.
Another charge, fhat of return:
ing to the Canal Zone after depor deportation,
tation, deportation, is also pending against Za!
pata, who is 32 years old and a
Zapata is accused of buolarii buolarii-ing
ing buolarii-ing Judge Crowe's homo last
Aug. 13 and making off with
clothing, silver and gold jewel jewelry.
ry. jewelry. Part olf tho loot has been re recovered
covered recovered by police.
When the cse came before
Crowe last summer, he disquali
fied himself. He also. wrote to the
administrative office of the U. S,
Courts in Washington request requesting
ing requesting that substitute judge be nam named.
ed. named. This is the third time in the his
tory of the Canal Zone that a sim
ilar situation has arisen.
Royal Rot Catcher
LONDON, Jan. 3 (UP)-Britons
today could hire a royal rat catcn catcn-er
er catcn-er who catches rats "By appoint appointment
ment appointment to her Majesty Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth II".
The rat catcher, who does his
hunting at the Queen's i private
residence of Sandringham, was
among 539 persons and firms in included
cluded included in the annual New Year's
list o' those named by royal war
rant to seriff the Queen.
All are entitled to use tho words
"By Aptointjment" in their adver advertising.
Wichmann, Powell Selected
To Attend Training Course
William H. Wichmann, systems
accountant, and William J. Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, auditor, have been selected as
the Canal representatives to at
tend the U.S. Civil Service Man
agement Training Course, which o-
pens this month in Washington,
Powell left last Saturday and
Wichmann leaves today for Wash
ington to begin the five-m o n t h
traLine course offered to employ
es throughout the Federal Govern
ment on a compeuti" oasis, len
Canal employes passed, the exami examinations
nations examinations for the courjgwof training
this year; two places were assign
ed to the Canal organization.
Selected as alternate appointee
was Jack B. DeVore, accountant
in the Accounting Division.
All but one of the 21 employes
who took the competitive exami examination
nation examination were employes in the Office
of the Comptroller, and all ten
who quali. led were from that of office.
fice. office. Recommendations for the ap appointment
pointment appointment of two principals and an
Wm. Fusselman As
William P. Fusselman of New
Cristobal was installed master
councilor, the .highest office in Or
der of DeMolay, Atlantic chapter,
at a closed installation held re recently
cently recently at the Cristobal Masonic
Ralph W. Boggs, who was com completing
pleting completing his term as master coun councilor,
cilor, councilor, was the installing officer
and was assisted by Harvey S.
Gullickson as installing marshal.
Other officers installed to serve
during the coming term included:
William C. Lawrance, senior coun councilor;
cilor; councilor; Irl R. Sanders III, junior
councilor; John S. Willoughby,
scribe; Jackie D. Bedwell, senior
deacon; Thomas E. Sellars, junior
deacon; Leroy O. Werlein, senior
steward; Randall L. Deakins,
junior steward; Donald L. Hum
phrey, chaplain; Arthur N. Law
ranee, marshal; Lionel L. Bar-
field Jr., standard bearer; William
R. Hogan, orator; Frank J. Mc
Leod Jr., first preceptor; Ran
dolph E. Alberga, second precep
tor; Waldo B. Gilley Jr., third pre
ceptor; Gary W. Irving, fourth
preceptor; Walter T. Woodruff,
fifth preceptor; James L. Murray
sixth preceptor: John D. Camp
bell, seventh preceptor and Jay
W, French, sentinel.
As his first official act after be being
ing being installed Fusselman presented
Boggs with his Past Master's jew jewel,
el, jewel, a gift from the chapter.
On behalf of the DeMolay Moth
er's Circle, Robert R. Arnold pre presented
sented presented Boggs with a tie clasp with
the past master councilor's em emblem.
blem. emblem. Merit medals and awards earned
by the boys during the past term
were presented by Wm. B. Wray
How's That Again?
LONDON, Jan. 3 (UP)- John
Archbold, president of the National
Union of Teachers, today quoted
from a British government docu document
ment document to prove the need for English
teachers. It read:
"Separate departments on the
same premises are treated as sep separate
arate separate premises for this purpose
where searate branches of work
which are commonly carried on as
separate businesses in separate
premises are carried on in sep separate
arate separate departments on the same
Five well known employes of
the Panama Canal organization
have received official assi
for special training courses to be
conducted in the States this month
by the American Management As Association.
sociation. Association. Three of theemployes, Philip
S. Thornton, Supervisor of Hotels
and Restaurants in the Supply Di Division;
vision; Division; James O. DesLondes, Ad Administrative
ministrative Administrative Officer in the Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch; and E. B. O'Brien,
Superintendent of the Terminals
Division all WfH take the Executive
Action Course offered in New
York by the AMA for top super
alternate were made to Governor
Potter by the Administrative In
tern Selection Committee to lowing
personal interviews With the indi individual
vidual individual candidates.
The Civil Service Intern Train Training
ing Training Course has been taken by a
lerge number of Canal employes
since the training was offered sev
eral years ago.
Both of this year's trainees have
had many years of Canal service
Wichmann is assigned with, the
Accounting Policies and Procedur
es Staff. He entered Canal serv service
ice service in 1940 and has been continous
ly employed since, all of his serv service
ice service has been in accounting work.
Powell also entered Canal serv
ice in 1940, but resigned four years
later to enter military service. He
returned in 1946 and was employ
ed for five years In the Storehouse
Branch. He resigned in 1051 and
was re-employed last April as au
ditor in the Internal Audit Bureau,
of the DeMolay advisory hoard.
uuuickson, chapter advisor, on
behalf of Fusselman's parents,
presented the newly installed mas master
ter master councilor with a gavel made
of native wo6d, suitably inscribed,
to be used during his term of of office.
fice. office. Following the installation cere
monies refreshment were served
in the banquet hall. A lauge white
cake, appropriately decorated with
the DeMolay emblem, was served
with buffet refreshment.
Pub Owner Defiant
BLACKHEATH, England, Jan. 3
(Ur) Alfred Bounds defied the
local town council today to con continue
tinue continue selling ice cream to children
at his "Old Dun Cow" nub.
The council threatened to take
him to court on grounds that ice
cream would make pubs attractive
SATELLITE COIF With
space travel just a rocket or so
away, here's the coiffure to
wear on that trip to the moon.
Created by Ruel of Coiffures
Americana Salons, New York, it
features a halo of stand-up j
strands around the head, a j
wispy side-tilted bang, and, at'(
back, hair swirled round andj
round the crown. Sunburst at!
center has stars 4 swimming J
around in orbit. '
Canal Employes Receive
Training Courses To Be
visory persom?el. All fcree are.ed by the AMA m New York for
leaving the Isthmus this weekend.
Donald Brayton the Supervisory
Railroad Transportation Special
ist, itauroaa urvision, is salso leav leaving
ing leaving soon to take the Supervisory
Development course which is be
ing offered during January and
February by the AMA in Phila Philadelphia.
delphia. Philadelphia. The other employe selected for
AMA training is J. C. Randall.
Chief of the Housing and Grounds
Division. Randall is already in the
States He will attend-a three
day course on Managerial Per Performance
formance Performance which will be conduct-
In Fruit Ship
Industrial Division perso a e 1
were fighting today to save the
banana cargo aboau the fruit ship
Proteus which suffered a big gash
in ner port dow yesieroay in a
collision with the freighter Port
The collision occurred in the cut
about 4 p.m. near La Pita.
The Port Napier, a 559-ft. Brit British
ish British vessel carrying general cargo
for Suva from Curacao, suffered
no appreciable injuries. She stop
ped in Balbpa last night while
an investigation ot me acciaent
wa conducted at Gamboa. She
was to depart today.
The fruiter Froteus is in we
regular banana run from Ecua
dor to New Orleans, sne mes
the German flag, is 414 ft. long,
and because of her frequent tran-
sists has been- termed "the Ca
nal's best customer."
The hole in the bow of the Pro Proteus
teus Proteus is below the weather deck
but above the water lme. The
force of the collison pierced one
of her cargo I holds.
Temporary insulation is being
installed to protect her perishable perishable-banana
banana perishable-banana cargo; and a temporary
plate is being attachel outside ner
It is hoped the Proteus can sau
for New Orleans tomorrow.
Apparently there was no dam damage
age damage below ue waterline, but div diver
er diver are still inspecting the ves vessel
sel vessel in Cristobal.
Capt. Fred Poore, the Canal pi pilot,
lot, pilot, aboard the Port Napier, is a
Los Rios neighbor of Capt. John
Stuart.lwho was aboard the Pro Proteus.
Sex, Vodka Figure
In Trial Of 61
Accused Of Spvinq
WASHINGTON. Jan. 3 (UP)
Defense lawyers were slated to
be named today for the court
martial of an Army sergeant ac accused
cused accused of spying for Russia under
the influence of Vodka and sex,
The attorneys free the task of
saving M-Sgt. Roy A. Rhodes
from possible life imprisonment
for actions he committed while
serving, in the U. S. Embassy s
motor pool in Moscow from May,
1951, to July, 1953.
An Army general court martial
Was ordered yesterday after in investigation
vestigation investigation of charges that the 40-year-old
Army veteran had violat violated
ed violated U. S. espionage laws and sign signed
ed signed a false official document. No
trial date was set immediately.
As a witness in the trial of con
victed Soviet master spy nuawjj"
Ahi in Brooklyn. N. i.. last Oc
tober. Rhodes admitted peddling
information to tne ivuBina.
He said he became a itussian
Jnfnrmor ftr a wild hotel bed-
room party with a Moscow girl.
He i had an American wife at
Rhodes said he woke up after
the party with a Kussian woman
who startea nis comati m u
whndfi testified he had been
paid between $2,500 and $3,000 for
lntormauon on me
wic" of American Embassy civl
lian and military personnel or
Armv assignments he had held
and on a code training progrS)
he had undergone.
Prices Of Autos,
iwnRrnw Jan. 3 (UP) The So
viet regime raised the prices of
automobiles, motorcycles and al alcoholic
coholic alcoholic drinks 17 to 20 per cent
today, while ordering a compara
ble reduction in tne price or iv
sets. . ,
At the new price scale, a pint oi
vodka will cost $7.50. The price
tag on a car comparable to a
pre-war cnevroiet is sa.uuu.
,-TV sets, however, are available
at $350 to $47$, or 14 to 18 per cent
less than last year's prices.
The Trade Ministry decree re revising
vising revising the price structure said the
increases were necessary to in increase
crease increase government income, dis discourage
courage discourage drinking and restrict
speculation in vehicles.
The need for added income ap apparently
parently apparently stemmed in part from
the recent increase in pensions
and minim u(m wages, which
brought the pay of an average
Russian worker to about $200 a
the week beginning Jan. 20.
The seminar to be attended by
OBrien, Thornton, and DesLondes
will be held during the three weeks
beginning Jan. 6, 20, and 27. Dur During
ing During the intervening week DesLon DesLondes
des DesLondes will he assigned to duty in
the Canal's New York offices.
The -Supervisory Development
course to be taken by Brayton
will be held in two parts, Jan.
13 to 24, and Feb. 24 to 28. In
the intervening period BrayHe, will
be in official .duty status with'
the Pennsylvania Railroad,, to study
PC Board Of
The future of Atlantic side com communities
munities communities for American employes
and their families will be one of
the principal problems tackled by
the Board of Directors of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company at the annual
meeting in the Canal Zone this
month. This was announced in The
Panama Canal Review.
Because of the effect of the oc occupation
cupation occupation of the Coco Solo Naval
Station upon long-range plans, al already
ready already well developed, for the
housing and community installa installations
tions installations to replace those in New Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, Board members have sched scheduled
uled scheduled a visit to Coco Solo as the
first order of business and before
any formal meetings are held.
Several of the board members,
including Assistant Secretary of
the Army George H. Roderick,
Board Chairman, are scheduled to
arrive here Monday afternoon,
Jan. 13, aboard the Panama liner
Cristobal. Other directors are to
come by plane.
Reservations have been made
for the directors at the Tivoli
Guest House. A reception and
cocktail-buffet in their honor will
be held that night by the Canal
Bureau Directors and chiefs of the
Tho board will go to tho At
Haiti To Gel Sharp
U. J. Protest Over
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Jan.
3 (fjjfPi tfc S. "Embagsyofficials
today drafted a shro diplomatic
note protesting the alleged "man "man-hand'in?"
hand'in?" "man-hand'in?" of an American tourist
from Chidago on New Year's Eve,
Embassy sources said today.
They said the note would be
based on a sworn statement made
by Mrs. Rose Williams Allen, 27,
of Chicago, who said government
soldiers ripped her dress, pinched
her. stole her watch and dumped
the contents of her purse into the
street outside a Port Au Prince
Haitian Army Capt. Jean Beau
voir denied the charges.. He said
Mrs. Allen was arrested because
she bit a soldier and attempted
to strike him on the head with
The sources said Embassy of
ficials were Particularly concern
ed about Mrs. Allen s statement
that Haitian officers bragged they
"simply crush Americans5-t will.
She said Police Chief fcfe'-ol.
Franck. Beauvoir mumbled some
thing about Shibly Talmas that
she interpreted as meaning sne
was fortunate she if not receiv
ed the same treatment.
Talamas was a young Ameri
can who was bludgeoned to death
in police utody Sept 29. The
Haitian government has not yet
answered a previous American
note in the Talmas affair.
French Hunt Rebel
Band That Kidnaped
Three Near Algiers
ALGIERS, Jan. 3 (UP)-French
patrols today hunted a rebel band
that attacked two newspaper ue ue-livery
livery ue-livery trucks near here, pushed
them into a ravine and kidnap kidnapped
ped kidnapped their three occupants.,
The wrecked! trucks were dis discovered
covered discovered yesterday near Teniet-El-
Haad, 72 miles southwest of here.
Two drivers and a neiper nao
disappeared, the army said.
The attack was the fourth in
recent months against autol or
trucks by rebel bands in the same
More rebel voilence was report reported
ed reported vesterdav in Sidi Bel Abbes,
home: of thd French Foreign Le
gion, where a 27-year-old woman
was slashed to death on the street
early in the morning.
Near Guelma,- 18 miles from
the Tunisian frontier, rebels blew
up part of a highway bridge yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, but failed tc damage it
seriously, the army said.
The latest rebel incidents bring
to 35 the number of attacks in
the last two days against civilians
or military isntallations in Alge Alge-ria,
ria, Alge-ria, the army said.
Held In US
procedures and operations which
would benefit him in his work
Later this year several other
Panama Canal employes in top
Supervisory positions will receive
assignments, for training with the
American Management Associa
- The selection of personnel to
take such training is made by the
Bureau and Staff Office Directors.
An over-all program for such train
ing M anal personnel was ap-
prqyed lastyear .by the Company s
Board oi Directors
Directors Will Visit Coco4olo
Formal Annual Meeting Here
Untie aid Tuesday morning. The Directors arriving by Pana Pana-Jan.
Jan. Pana-Jan. 14, for an inspection of tho ma Line will be met at shipside
housing and other buildings at by Governor Potter and other
Coco Solo. board members already on the
Only one formal session has been Isthmus. The entire par$y'will re
scheduled. This will be held in the turn to the Pacific side by special
uuaru room 01 ine miuiuusuauw
Building on Tuesday afternoon and
evening. In addition to a consid consideration
eration consideration of plans for employe hous housing
ing housing and community facilities of a
permanent nature oh the Atlantic
side, the formal meeting will be
devoted to a management review,
and consideration of budgetary
and fiscal matters.
Members of the board are
scheduled to leave, the Pacific
side early Wednesday morning
for the Atlantic side, going first
to Gatun Locks for a demonstra
tion of tho now LeTourneau tow towing
ing towing locomotives. The remainder
of the morning will bo devoted
to the inspection of various Ca Canal
nal Canal installations on tho Atlantic
A barbecue luncheon has been
planned at Fort San Lorenzo on
Some of the directors will
board the Cristobal that afternoon
and others, returning to the States
by plane, will come back to the
Pacific side that afternoon after
the ship sails.
While subject to change, four
directors are t,o come to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus this month with Secretary
Roderick on the Cristobal. They are
Maj. Gen. Julian L. Schley,
Charles S. Reed, Howard C. Pet Petersen,
ersen, Petersen, and John W. Martyn.
Board members coming by
plane include Maj. Gen. Glen E.
fcdgerton, Ralph H. Cake, Robert
P. Burroughs, Ralph A. Tudor,
and Ogden R. Reid.
Also coming to the Isthmus for
the January board meeting will be
w. M. Whitman, Secretary of the
Manama Canal Company, whose
headquarters are in Washington.
Whitman is expected to arrive
by piano several days prior to
Nehru Takes Strong
Slap At Communism
On Goodwill Fligbt
NEW DELHI, Jan. 3 (UP)- In
dian Prime Minister .Tawaharlal
Nehru criticized communism pub pub-My.
My. pub-My. for the first time today. He
said he disliked it because it was
"too strongly linked with vitf
Nehru took his strong slan at
communism in an interview with
a group of American and other
newsmen on a round-the-world
I am unconcerned with Com
munist economics' he said. "But
politically I dislike it for two rea
sons. Firstly it is too strongly
linked with violence. Secondly it
has not shown that, regard for
standards I should like to see ob observed.
served. observed. "It's philsophy is violent and I
do not like that."
Despite Nehru's remarks, the
streets through which correspond correspondents
ents correspondents rode from the airport to the
Premier's official residence were
decorated with Indian and Czecho Czecho-slovakian
slovakian Czecho-slovakian flags in honor of Czecho Czechoslovakia's
slovakia's Czechoslovakia's Red Premier Viliam Si Si-roky
roky Si-roky who will arrive tomorrow for
an official visit.
Sizing up the world situation for
1858, Nehru said:
"On the whole. I think we shall
survive. It's a question of survival
"The present outlook is as bad
as it has ever been, but thinking
people realize that and therein
lies hope of it getting better."
He said he favored a direct con con-'erence
'erence con-'erence between the East and
West powers, but only at the sum summit
mit summit level.
"I think a meeting of people
who can speak with responsibility
is important," Nehru said. "Only
in that case would a conference
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iranama Kauroad motor-car
The departure dates of the di
rectors are -not definite in all cast
es, aitnough some return on th
1 40 Phils Surplus
Blood In Gorgas
Bank At Year's End
A plus balance of 10 pints was
credited to the Pacific Side Blood
Bank at the close of the bank's
first year of operation, according
v ngures compnea early tn De.-
cember atvBalboa Heights, the
Panama Canal Review has dis disclosed.
closed. disclosed. Tho blood bank, formally!
known as Tho Pacific Side Blood'
Replenishment Program opera operation,
tion, operation, is strictly a volunteer pro program.
gram. program. A similar blood bank is now
being set up on the Atlantic sidt
and should be in operation earlt
this month. 1
Under the blood bank programs
no Company-Gvernmeilt employe,
or member of his family, is charg-
ea tor wood taken from the bank..
The program on the Pacific side
got under way on Nov. 23, 1956. Its
headquarters are at Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. The first annual reoort for the
operation shows that all Company"
Government bureaus, except ond,
have a plus balance for the fin
year oi operation. s
Tho Army, Navy, and Air
Force, which have donated a to total
tal total of 505 pints of blood during
the vear, had a surplus on hand,
of 95 pints on Nov. 22, closing,
date for the annual report.
Under the blood replenishment
program, employes register aw
prospective donors in their re
spective bureaus. They are then
called upon if a fellow-emplove,
memDer or nis family, requir
Occasionally more blood is si
plied than needed, and the Div
sion or Bureau involved is then
creanea wun tne surplus.
The Housing and Grounds Divl
sion, for instance, has supplied 35
mi jus oi oiooo, dui oniy 14 or inese
t L1--J 1 1 . a 1 1 I
nave been used, leaving the dm
sion with a credit of 21 pints fern
some possible future use.
In special cases, such as when
donors cannot suddIv soeeifie
blood types, the bureaus have an
informal reciprocal agreement.
The donating bureau is credited
when this happen.
New employes, or others whd
have not registered as donors anq
who wish to give blood should $ee
their unit, branch, or division rep
resentatives as to the procedure tt
be followed for- participation fe
me blood program.
Model Of CanaFs
Visitors to the International PW'
er Exposition being held this
month in Florida can see In mil
niature one of the world's mosl
famous installations operated by
electricity the Panama Canal's
Miraflores Locks, according tj
The Panama Canal Review. 1
The small model was built in
the Maintenance Division's shops
in uaiDoa oy Aioen j. ueutscn
machinist, who retired from Ga
nal service last September anc
was engaged to construct the mo
The scale model of Miraflorei
Locks was built to studv the fea
sibilrty of constructing a large!
working model of the locks in the
BELLA VISTA I
have never seen its like
-and may never see
TECHNICOLOR' VIST AVWON'