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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Ii TOURIST RITES
I to NEW YORK
i BRANIFF
fc Tel. Papatoa S-OfM

AN INDEPENDENT
Janama American
"'Lei the people know the truth and the country it safe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. Pn TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1958
S3rd YEAR
FIVE CENTS

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$msfooo Suit
Against Canal Co.
f m

For Trial

Nov

Up

The first big admiralty suit to go to trial in U. S.
Dittrictv Court in some time was called today.
It involves two accidents suffered by the 408-foot
Aurora Borealis while making a southbound transit of the
Canal almost. seven years ago.
While in tow of the Canal tug, San Pablo, ihe coal coal-laden
laden coal-laden ship first struck the east bank of the Csrtd south
of Qamboa. While proceeding, and after a second tug had
been summoned, H struck the west bank.
Considerable damage recited from the two sheers.
The Sociedad de Transportes Maritime, S. A., a
Panama corporation which owns the ship, Utuing the
Panama Canal Tor $125,000 in damages. Nazaki & Co.,
i. Tokyo concern, is suing for another $60,252 for the.
coal cergo.

ike Plans Pay Raise For GIs

Congress To Get

0,000

Adjustment Bill

WE PULSE
OF PANAMA

i

FIVE LETTER CARRIERS will
be confronted with each other to.
morrow before Dist. Atty. Dano
, Sandoval in an effort to clear up
their conflicting testimonies.
All have deified participation in
the mail theft uncovered recently
by the Panama Secret PohaS in including
cluding including Delfin PalometrtfT
whose home detectives fount 5009
letters, some o them orfen.

Libellants have charged incom incompetence
petence incompetence and negligence on the part

of the Canal company and its pi

lot.
Specifically they allege that the
hawser between the tug and the

ship was too long, that the pilot
failed to maintain proper supervi supervision
sion supervision over the tug captain, and that
after the first accident the ship
should not have proceeded until
the second tug arrived, Attorneys

Charles E. Ramirez and Woodrow

DeCastro are handling the libel. J

Canal Counsel Davw Markun,

who is assisted by attorney T. P

Daly, read to the coiirt thi morn morning
ing morning a quotation from in .official

regulation stating that a Canal m

lot "will not be found guilty of
negligence for a. i' Were-' error of

judgment.

vers to

iatebal.

ipany,

POLLY IN MORGANLAND Polly Miller, 2, plays with Mieke y, Minnie, Finnochio, Lady, Dumbo antf an unidentified Disney
critter on the far lefts These toy's will be given as prizes at the Morganland festival, which will be held at Morgan's Gar

dens oh Feb. 1. The festival is the annual fund-raising project oi St. lukcs tneorai. yroceeas are usea lor tne enurens

Krnoio: en jucy;

activities and charities.

Salk Anti-Polio
Shots To Be Given

In

A notorious c evidence man is
said to Be is Panama tiay. He is
variously known as Antonio Nava Navarro
rro Navarro Fernaudet, Cojmt Navarro,
Kid Chicago, Prince Romanoff. IBs
real name is Abram Sycowski.

Panama detectives are keeping
an eye-on the 62-year-old SydW SydW-ski,
ski, SydW-ski, who is said to have swued
King Farouk or Egypt andhe Je
Italian Premier Bmt Mussolini.

Counterfeit $0 and $10 bills and
50-cent and 25-cent coins are Said
to be in circulation here. Police au authorities
thorities authorities have warned tee public
to-examine all bills tnd coins of
those denominations carefully.
Fisherman Throws
Wife In Well
QUIBERON, France, Jan 14
(UP) Police held retired fisher fisherman
man fisherman Jean&arie le Hyaric 59, to today
day today on charges of dumping bis
wife, Augustine, 56, into a well
rilled with 13 feet of water.
Mm. Le Hyaric cannot swim
but she clung to tufts of grass in
the rock walls of the well and
screamed at the top of her lungs
until police fished her out. They
found Le Hyaric calmly eating
dinner at his, sister's house.

-A

with

the federal attorneys was Cant.

Elmer f. AbbotV assistant Port

Captain at Balboa. He will be a

witness. The Usual nas also sum summoned
moned summoned as expert witnesses two pi-

wis wno naa noining io ao who
the ship's transit. They are Capt
H. L. Wentwerth and Cant., Jens
Nilsea.

Also on hand, and expected to
HHLt todav. was Cart. Weslev

LAndenon, now a towboat captain

m New York, but who mastered

the tug San Pablo at the time of

the accidents.
A deposition made in the States

by Capt. Julius F. Dietz, a former

Canal pilot now living in Glen
Reek, N.J., was read to the Court.

Dietz was probationary pilot at

the time of the accidents. Before
joining the Canal he had long serv service
ice service as master of United Fruit
Company ships, and others.
Dietz; stated that though he was
toKUin Cristobafby the Aurora Bo Borealis'
realis' Borealis' master, after questioning,
that the -ship was in good shape
and handling well, he found it an answering
swering answering badly before Gatun Locks
were reached.
At Gatun, he, said, the ship went
forward when he gave a "full

stern" order, putting an abnormal

strain on one of the lock mules. No
accident occurred, but because ef
this Dietz telephoned the Port
Captain for a tug, and later asked
for a "clear-cut" through the nar narrow
row narrow Gaillard channel.
Besides "the basic claims, the li

bellants claim they had to put' up

an additional $30,000 as a general
average figure of their share of
salvage operations in transferring
the coal at Balboa.
The accident occurred July 20;

1951.

Asnart of aa all-out effort to see

that every child in the Canal Zone

is immunized against pono De De-fore
fore De-fore summer, whether the children
are going to the States on vacation
or remaining here, officials of the
Health Bureau have made arrange arrange-metns
metns arrange-metns to have Salk polio vaccine
shots given in the schools.
The inoculations will be given
either to children who have not
completed the series of three in

jections, necessary for the anti-po

lio vaccine to ne Tuny enecuve, i
to those who have not started the
series. I
Health officials pointed out "that
a child who begins the series of
three injections at once will be
able to complete the series m Sep September,
tember, September, when the local polio sea season
son season begins. Even if a child is leav leaving
ing leaving on vacation before that time,
two of the three injections are con considered
sidered considered as some protection a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst polio.
Parents who wish their children
olete the Salk vaccine series

or to begin it, should send a note

to the child's teacher. Arrange

ments will then be made io nave
a school nurse visit the school and
give the inoculations there.
Serenading Fee
SANTA CRUZ DEL RETAMAR,
Spain, Jan. 44 (UP)- The local
male population, which outnum-.
bers the female population three
to one, has moved to cut down out outside
side outside competition.
Hereafter outside swains will be
charged $10. for the right to take
part in Santa Cruz Del Retamar

serenades

Rocket Scientist Navy Secretary Hedge
On Chance (dJiny, US Sputnik This Week

Li -itWlli
GATF CANAVER.It,!iPPPbyiJP) Scientist Indicate today they will not he sur sur-BEyFthe
BEyFthe sur-BEyFthe tiny test satellite to be carried aloft in the ty?k ) ooX Jails torbit.
The secontt launching attempt is expected this week. t'fW'f
There has be no official word on the firing, hot there were strong indications It will
come thi week if weather conditions are favorable.
Officials have made it clear to tbe scores of newsmen and photographers here that there
will be no advance notice unless there Is an' official policy change in Washington.

$508,0

tration

out a 508

The

to reward

Pre

The Baltimore Evening Sun re reported
ported reported last night that this week's
satellite attempt would be made
with the Army's Jupiter-C missile.
There was no indication of this
here.

Divisional Bumping
Stems From Closing
Of La Boca (ommy
"Bumping" as a result of the
closing of the La (Boca Commis Commissary
sary Commissary on Dec. 31 is affecting sever several
al several Canal divisions, it was learned
today,
The closing resulted m elimina elimination
tion elimination of 12 fulltime positions and

three WAE (when actually em employed)
ployed) employed) jobs.
Almost all of those affected are
non-U. S. citizens.

Most of those whose positions
were abolished h d long service
records, and many of them have
exercised retention rights to bump
those with shorter service in com com-my
my com-my or other divisions.

The elnsine of the Pacific Ser

vice Center resulted in no shrink

age oi pusiuuus.
All of the four fulltime and 30

part time positions tnere were
transfer-ed to the new Pacific
Luncheonette opened in the Indus

trial Area on Jan. 1.

Main reason Vor the news black-la satellite to match Russia's

out surrounding the Vanguard is! ready -orbitting Sputniks

al-

that officials want to avoid anoth
er serious blow to the nation's pres
tige such as resulted from the fail

ure Dec. 6 to orbit an artificial

satellite with the Vanguard.

It was emphasized before the
December launching that chances
of the six-in'en test satellite going
into orbit 300 miles in the sky were

'remote.

Still, officials evidently feel, U.S.

prestige suffered from fanfare giv

en the nation's failure to produce

PC Directors
Pay Visit
To Coco Solo

Members of the Panama Canal

company's board of directors vi

sited Coco Solo this morning and

were scneouied to hold a a form

ai session this' afternoon and

nignt.

ne group win go to tne Atlan

tic side tomorrow mornmg and
after an inspection of the n;w Le
Tourneau towing locomotives will

attend a luncheon planned at Fort

San Lorenzo.

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M;mWM. W Mk mWM rfcWAI COMPANY BOARD OF DIRECTORS, who arrived in Cj

.York aboard the Pnnamf liner Cristob!, pose with Gov. W. E. Potter at the shio's side. From

Reed. Jehn W. Martyn, Maj. Gen. Glen E. EdKerton. W. M. Whitman, secretary of the comi

Gen. Julian L. Schley, Ralph H. Cake, potter, assistant secretary of the Army George H.
Ogden SL Reid.

istoba.1 yesterday froni New
left to right arc Charles S.

Howard C. Peterson, Maj.
Robert P. Burroughs, and

Navy Secretary Thomas S. Gates

Jr. pointed this up in Washington

last night when he appealed "to

the public and to the information
media to lend us every assistance
in keeping this test in perspective."
Hinting that a Vanguard test was
near, Gates said there was only "a
small possibility" that the alumi

num test sphere in the rocket's

nose could go into orbit.

"I want to emphasize that the
next Vanguard test will be just

inai a lest," be said.
The December launching at attempt
tempt attempt had as its primary objective
testing of the three-stage satellite
carrier rocket rather than orbiting
of a man-made moon.
This Is tro of the coming Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard sheet, as well two or
three other due before the cru crucial
cial crucial attempt in March to fling up
a fully instrumented 20-inch
satellite.
It has been said by a scientist
that if the sphere did happen to go
into orbit, "of course such a result
would be welcome because of the
additional data which could be
gathered."

(WASHINGTON, Jon. 14 (UP) In a fast follow-up
to We$ient Eisenhower's budget message the adminis-

ned to hand Congress a bill carrvina

lion dollar pay raise for th Armed Forces.

aenr said in yesterday s message he wanted
oficiency and merit" to stimulate trained

men to follow military careers.
The pay bill was expected to follow military careers.
The pay bill was expected to follow recommendations
made last year by a committee headed by General Elec Electric
tric Electric Co. President Ralph Cordiner.
Eisenhower's budget contained provisions for military
pay adjustments" totalling $182 million for the Army
$142 million for the Navy and $184 million for the Air
Force.
Eisenhower said, he aimed to cut out the present sys system
tem system under which military men obtain pay raises simply
by remaining in service. Under the "longevity system" the
President said, a man of lower rank today can receive
more pay than one of higher rank.

: Jfoe. President said he soughtl The
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nu1Uun ui two pay graaenomect next Jtilv 1

wvii iuu cum men, xne miUtarv

r.buu.,suij w give greater lati latitude
tude latitude for pay raises for trained
people.

-Widening of pay differentials
between grades by means of sub substantial
stantial substantial increases for senior offi officers
cers officers and senior enlisted men.
Establishment of u n i f orm
starting pay rates for each rank.

w pay scheme to

he wanieit

go info ef-

Wf TS H,

V SVMfcllKjIttrtwiaK

overhauled. BMnho&r ..w E

minin,. NIL. T "" LW

reducmg the number of men in

rang and increasing those as as-ed
ed as-ed to combat mit. 8

'he measure

propose pay increases for every every-one
one every-one with at least two years ser

Congressmen Want Cost-Of-Living
Raises For Classified Employes

Poslal Rate Hike,
Retroactive Pay
Raise Foreseen

Several of the directors, includ including
ing including assistant secretary of the Ar Army
my Army George H. Roderick, chairman
of the board, arrived shortly after
noon yesteday aboard the Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. They included Maj. Gen. Ju Julian
lian Julian L. Schley. Charles S. Reed.

Howard C. Peterson and John

W. Martyn. Also arriving aboard
the Cristobal was W. M. Whit Whitman,
man, Whitman, secretary of tbe companjf.
Board members who arrived by
olane '.,..'e Mai. Gen. G' : TP.

Edgerton, Ralph H. Cake. RolVrt

if. burroughs and Ogden R. Reid.
The Cristobal group was me) at
shipside by Gov. W. E. Potter,
other board me'inrs and mem members
bers members of the Governor's staff. They
returned by Panama R 'road io-

tor car to the Pacific side and

witnessed the ticklish job of put putting
ting putting the beamy ore shin Cosmic

through Miraflores locks.
Tht official motor car was
stunted off to Miraflores 'e al allow
low allow the group to view the Cos Cosmic
mic Cosmic being locked through on
hr third transit of the canal,
the largest ore ship to mart the
transit and th third largest com commercial
mercial commercial vessel .to utilize the waterway.

to utilities and taxing author!

MOat. of the dirertors will leave and nihera whn have in uas first

the isthmus Wednesday afternoon class mail in large quantity

or meht. Mrrtyn and Peersen However. Monroncv said. he

t- . ir ii Ti i aiin

ae among oe 41 passengers ex- would sunnort an increase to four

pected to sail Wednesday aboard cents, with perhaps raisss m otb-

the Cristobal. Petersen if accom- er forms of postage to help meet

pamea oy us wne. me pes orxioe aeiicu.

WASHINGTON. Jan. 14 (UP) (UP)-President
President (UP)-President Eisenhower's fiveeat
stamp nrooosal today Was given
a chance for passage in the Se Senate
nate Senate once it is knocked down
to four cents.
It also appeared certa:n anv
higher postal rates would tve tied
to a pay raise for postal work workers.
ers. workers. Chairman Olin D. Johnson (D (D-S.
S. (D-S. C.) of tlie Senate Post office
Committee said he was opposed
to the fivecent proposal. But he
ie';nowledged support for some
form of postal rate bill if Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower approves a pending Senate
bill to hike pay scales for postal
workers retroactively.
Sen. Frank Carlson (R-Kan.t,
ranking GOP member of the Sen Senate
ate Senate post office group said 'it hink
very definitely Congress this year
will pass a postal rate bill but...
we've got to keep in mind that
we should pass a rate bill if we
are going to pass a pay bil."
Sert. A. S. (Mike) Monroney (D
Okla.), Second-ranking Democrat
on the committee, said "i am
gainst the increase to five cents"

pecaust it would add heavy

Members of Congress were told
last wc-k, according to Washing Washington
ton Washington Post columnist Jerry Klutlz,
tha the administration plans to
ask Congress for a minimum six
percent cost-of-living in the sala salaries
ries salaries of classified Federal employes
postal employes, and military per personnel.
sonnel. personnel. Any pay boost, they were told,
would be contingent en the fate
ef the pending bill to raise post-.
I rates an additional $500 mil million
lion million a year.
Columnist Kluttz, whose column
"The Federal Diary," keeps sharp
tab on pay changes, said employe
problems seemed to have been
Shoved into the background at Con Congress'
gress' Congress' opening by foreign policy,
missiles, general defense and the
budget.
The columnist reported Speak Speaker
er Speaker Sam .Rayburn (D-Tex.) as non non-commitial
commitial non-commitial on the pay raises. S'' S''-ate
ate S''-ate Majority Leader Lyndon B.
Johnson (D-Tex.) made no mention
of them in a statement on what
he thought Congress would de (his

RP Vagrant Held
For Burolary 01
Ancon Car Stalls
A vagrint picked up in Acnon
Jan. 7 and sentenced to 15 days
in Balboa jail has beep bound over
for trial in U. S. District Court
on two charges of burglary.
Juan Vega G., 3, Panamanian
is charged with having burgla burglarized
rized burglarized two stalls in Garage 457,
in Ancon, on the evening of Jan.
He is accused of having taken
tools from one gsrage and paint
and electrical cord from the oth other,
er, other, the total value of the proper property
ty property being about $30 or $40.
Vega is charged with having
broken the padlocks ind pried off
the haspf of the garage doors for
the purpose of gaining entry to
commit larceny.
When picked up for vagrancy,
Vega had h. his possession a bar
and a kitchen knife missing from
one of the garages, Balboa Ma Magistrate
gistrate Magistrate John E. Deming was told
today during Vega's preliminary
hearing. . .

In the Magistrate's Court, bail
was fixed for Vega at $500 on
each charge. It was not posted

ay bill

oney

employe!

year.
The Senate Post Office and Ok
vil Service Commits ;. 2?

ed anxious for ariv ..j it?

able action. Sen. A. S. Mike
roney (D-Okla.i ha

agieemeni on a
than can be enacted,
takes the position that

"need money now."

Kep. Elford A. Cederberg fR.
K the .Houc. Port 'office
Civil Service Committee, has
introduced bills to give a flat se-ven-and-a'-half
percent r.i.

classified, postal, legislative, judi judicial
cial judicial and foreien xnrviea,

nel.
A aILh v:tt s... .. ... .

miuuici uiu, iniroaui-en sy Rep.

i. mroyniu ( K-va. wou d

1-2 percent raise

issified and post-

Joel

give a flat 12

to the 1,500,000 das

al employes.

Rep. Richard E. lankfon
(D-Md.) has put in a bill to
give the 1,000,000 million clas classifieds
sifieds classifieds en average of 11 percent
and the 500,080 pestal workers
an average ef mere then 10 per
cent.
But others are working tor job
economy.
Rep. Ren Jensen (R-Iowa) it
reported to have lined up support
from both Republicans and Demo Democrats
crats Democrats for his proposal to force
Federal agencies to abolish one
of every three jobs vacated.
He plant to offer bis amendment
to agency budget bills as they are
debated in the House.-
Zone Veterinary
Chief To Attend
University Course
Dr. Robert G. Matheney, chief
of the Division of Veterinary Me Medicine
dicine Medicine of the Health Bureau, is ex expected
pected expected to leave the Isthmus Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night for Ann Arbor, Mich.,
where he will take a five-month
graduate course in public health
at the University -of Michigan.
The course, which is given for
physicians, veterinarians, dentists
and public health men, is one that
deals with current public health
problems in the United States and
other parts of the world and prov provides
ides provides an opportunity for public
health physicians to exchange i-
Dr. Kenneth Zimmerman, mem member
ber member of the Division of Veterinary
Medicine, will act as chief during
Matheney absence.

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1951
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CHEAPER FIRES
Sir:
BeiM man from the military, and therefore interested to
the SStitant sum toe military pays for fire protection fu n n-tshed
tshed n-tshed bTthe Canal Zone Government I have made a little in investigation
vestigation investigation and come up with the following:
SSng toe last war and after the retirement of toe late
Fire Spfctor Charles Campbell there were appr oximately 19
fire stattona under the Jurisdiction of the Canal Zone Flre. Divi Division
sion Division At tola time practically all toe building, were wood -:iarfe
multiple-family or bachelor quarters. The Mechanics r, vl vl-Sidon
Sidon vl-Sidon was working 24 hours a day. the harbor s full of shins.
;to?d "ks wSsg loaded with inflammable id explosive war
-material, and much construction was n Proftrew.
The whole flrefightln force (under the old Police and Fire
division, of which both the chief
fcemen and knew nothing about firefiTittng wa .run i hv one
Inspector. Cant. Stewart, and two captain... one on each awe
f TOlPwffta the davs of iron flremeiV and wooden build build-i
i build-i tops. Now we come to the era of wooden firemen and concrete
buU rUnwi. flre 8tation four less than before
under the lurlsdletlon of the Canal Zone rvernment. Prac Practically
tically Practically all homes are small one- Or J"n
l ings, the Mechanical Division has closed down, there f nn
ihlns In the harbor, t docks are emnt en- p0 constrn- ion
4ork is beinir done' Who runs toe firefly m
I The Civil Affairs Director, one fire mar-Mi (th as
i created out of nothing, two flre chiefs en four PA.nt!n'
i In the Interests of economv and common ne t
! that Gov. Potter should knock o'f the flre rthi. n
two cantatas, two office clerks, close ;e office down
the division as it used to be run, wit n ;M r?" "r
and two district MmmsMers or on ;;ch si- of
Clerical work can he don- in toe pfft- rf be r,?
ttftrstaVons bv firemen who now sit in the office ell dav
their feet un on. the desk.
This change woui" save toe Canal Zone wwiiim mor
than $50,000 a vear e vw wonld be reflected in tne cost
Of fie t)rotction for toe mttirrv.
The Governor mav have toe pWards eomm'tW senf toe.
Check for this ror-t.n to the American Re Cjt, 'rv
could alo oraniro nietre of some bureau head. orrinr.
like a ChesW Cat atlng bumble bees, handing toe cbek over
i to someone else. .JWe. Smokey Joe

Wt!' WAGES
Sir:
These, letters concerning "the poor, abused maids' and toe

starvation waaes inev receive rc us'iwR w i"i --The
The --The most galling point 6f toe maids "i"?!:

the first place, how do they know what Ptateside W we

rm euro moat or mem nave never uci s irrc
place, this doeant happen to be toe States, nor is Panamas
economy baaed on Stateside wages.
S Let's examine a typical maid's wage, and see how bad
ly she fares. A conservative averaije wage received is aPPrWm aPPrWm-It$
It$ aPPrWm-It$ $86 per month. In a month's time the average maid has
everv Sunday off plus every other weekend. This means that toe
maid in question has en averaee of six days off per
that she works 24 days. Twenty-four days the maid receives
"three maels a day at an average cost of Mfjnti
; $39.80 worth of food per month. This $74.8" waws phw
meals received is further supplemented by the fact that toe
"maid Is usuallv given a uniform or two and has n laundry ex ex-nenses.
nenses. ex-nenses. (Maids usuallv bring in their own family wash and
do it in the washer with the soap of their employer.
I would hazard a guess that if a scale were drawn of Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian wages, the maids working for Grlnros wonld be close
to the top. Panamanian maid's should aee how their counter counterparts
parts counterparts make out in nlaces like Colombia, Guatemala, Nicaragua,
' Peru or Ecuador. These people here in the Zone flont know
! the meaning of Jong hours or starvation waees. A waiter T met
In an Ecuadorian hotel worked from six in the morning till trie
dining room closed at 10 o'clock each night. His wages 830
Sowali and moan all you nice, Maids of Panama, but don't
bite the hand that employs you. No one forces you to work
to the Zone. Yours is a free country, so work where you like.
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' have no Idea what predominates; out mere were are an awim
! lot of thtei around. It seems as if only a short time ago every everybody
body everybody was commenting on what a huge number of station wagons
I were seen on the street, but now the little cars all seem to be
i favored, even bv oeeple with several children.
1 I cant believe it is purely a matter of economy, because
! many of these little can aren't In the economy class, and
! gasoline in toe Zone is relatively inexpensive. It can't be the
parking ease only, because most drivers seem to manage toeir
parking with ease, anyway. (At least, women do.)
So why the enormous popularity of the little car among
people who, traditionally, i are everlastingly after something
"bigger and better"?
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those little cars and find out.

WANTED: CIVILIAN BEACH

Sit:

I understand that Gov. Potter Is Interested In the recrea recrea-S
S recrea-S tlon and the general welfare of the people of the Canal Zone.
I We appreciate this interest. We have enjoyed the free swim swim-7
7 swim-7 ming, and are proud of the baautif ication of Balboa.
There is, however, one lack in recreational facilities here,
and I think It could be remedied. This Is the lack of beaches
available to civilians.
We used to be able to bundle the kids in the car and ?o to
Amador beach for wonderful time whenever w-uld find a
spare hour or so. Then they upped the price to $18 a month,
which puts it out of reach of most of us whe have children.
The pther day I let my six-year-old daughter peep in the gate
there. She hfcs never played to ocean and, yet she has lived
only two miles from the ocean all her life. She begged so plti plti-,
, plti-, fully to go in, but being a lowly civilian I could not take her.
I did take the kids to Farfan one afternoon, and brought
them tearfully way. I am not prejudiced, but few white
women would venture alone An a beach where the only other
1 occupants were jwo Negro men.
Balboa pool the only civilian pool on the Pacific side
has classes in toe afternoons. The shallow end, where little
children play, most afternoons has a class on each side.
Since we civilians live here permanently, and not just for
a year or so as the military people do, couldn't we have Ama Amador
dor Amador for a civilian beach? After all, the military people have
Kobbe beach, and z wonderful pool at every base.
swimmer'

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(Sen to Committee exposures
of the racket network inside
labor have stirred the public
and many labor leaders them themselves
selves themselves into an awesome wrath
against Hie mobs. What's next
on the racket front is predicted
hero in a special article by Vic Victor
tor Victor Riosol.)

Some o; the boys in Las Vegas
will be busier than a one-armed
bandit this vear. The slot mach
ine city, where they gamble on
me green late into tne uesert
night, is due ior some spotlight spotlighting
ing spotlighting by Senate racket-busting
counselor Robert Kennedy and
his staf
The Las Vegas story will be
one of manv the SrniotA S
Committee on Improper Activi
ties in me L,auor or Mauagement
Field will tell in every part of
uie iana in so. tew Know just
what' unions the McClellan Com Committee
mittee Committee has been nrnhine alnno
the gay strip but the investiga
tors nave oeen mere. Toe town
is on the committee's list and
the word is that there has been
violence and that some union
chiefs are linked to the tough
forces in the gambling oasis.
But the committee will head
west in easy stages. It will jo
south beiore it goes west. The
line for the hearings be ow Mason-Dixon
will be a look-see into
management battles against
southern unions in several indus industries
tries industries meaning that the hear hearings
ings hearings will involve more than just
textile manufacturers.
Before the committee heads
south, it will pay its well-deserved
disrespects to a small eastern
union in the next few weeks.
These public hearings will be
para led bv behind-th
paration of a report on what the
racKoi-Dusters learned from 427
Witnesses aiieotinnitrt in oa m
Sessions and scores mnr. hoorH
in other closed meetings in 1957.
niixr ipai wui come what may
well be the most climactic hear
ing o: an the inquiry into the
industrial hattlo Vnu m-
Kohler United Autn Wnlra..
strike, now in its fourth year.
This Will be mnrn than .mk.
of both sides in this strike al although
though although there is no doubt that both
management and lahnr laaitm
will be sharply questioned with
oquai intensity. Tftis will develop
into an inquiry into all activities
of the .union Walter Reuther leads.
Tne wg show, with its star bill billings,
ings, billings, is scheduled for the last week
in Januarv or the first da
February. -There will be drama
and all the nlavr im wall
pared the Auto Union chiefs,
the Kohler executies and
Bob Kennedy, who has been in
uetrquit, Sneboyan and Chicago
recently. What friends of the. com committee
mittee committee hone is that this drama
doesn't turn into tragedy for the
committee ana tne public which
looks to it for succor from the
crime cartel.
This grimness can develnn if
the committee hurls itself into the
political arena, and splits wide
onen. It can hannen if. the Ronnh.
lican committee members, honor-
aoie men all, take on Walter Reu Reuther
ther Reuther in a running debate on politi political
cal political issues when Reuther takes the
stand.
It can haDDen if the Democratic
members, honorable men all. take
out after the Kohler executives
when comes their turn on the hot
seat.
It can haonen when mavors.
even governors, and other political
leaders testify and political enmi enmity
ty enmity reolacer the cold nhlertivitv
needed to isolate the instances of
terror and the moments when law
enforcement broke down or the
public was disdained.
Friends of the committee hope
that Democrats and Republicans
make their peace when they con-
ter in tne coming week. If peace
within this committee does not
prevail, the public will not Prevail.
No committee has had such eager
acceptance among workers of
hand and brain. The committee has
been the nation's shield against
the highwaymen who ride with
Apocalyptic arrogance against all
decent forces.
If inner feuds do not stymie it,
the committee has much te work
on. It has uncovered considerable
new material on the Teamsters, for
axemple.
It has new evidence of terror
and violence in the east and mid midwest.
west. midwest. It has evidence of the mis mishandling
handling mishandling of millions of dollars in
pension and welfare funds. It is
deep in the Apalachin-iks and the
unions in which some 20 of the
crime convention have operated.
If the committee s unity sur
vives the next few weeks, many of
the rackets won't.

"The Doorway's Big Enough If You
Leave That Stuff Outside7'

Walter Winchell I

NEW YORKERS ARB
TALKING ABOUT ...
The barbershop harmonizing in
"The Music Man." Glorious corn
every kernel a nugget ...Liz Tay
lor's youngsters, the kids who
have everything including sod
gold hairbrushes ... The Book-of
the-Month: "Anatomy of a Murd Murder,"
er," Murder," a deftly written tingler ...Es ...Esquire's
quire's ...Esquire's stunner about the dangers
of love-making. Should be read
by males hi the 40-plus category
Brigltte Hardot s Doy-oaitingi
Five current flickers exhibit her
nudiful charms.. .Barbara Mc-Nair.
one of the column's favorites, who
is in The-Body Beautiful."
will dazzle first-nighters with
song magic, her beautiful fig
ure and her Very Nice Face.. .Hol .Hollywood's
lywood's .Hollywood's latest suppressed scand scandal
al scandal (according te blind items in
Coast columns) which stars Sam
my Dsvts, Jr., and a blonde box-
office gold mine
Newsweek's story about a great
man: Dr. James Price, a leading
cancer researcher ... The boom in
Noise. Inc.: The Paramount's rock-
nroll show grossed $185,000 in one
week ... The latest tantrum-tossing
by Maria CallaS, the aria-juggler.
Hammy eno?h to dunk in
mustard ... Yul Crynner, who eats
steak for breakfast ...Marilyn Mon Monroe,
roe, Monroe, who calls her husband "Foep "Foep-sie."
sie." "Foep-sie." Goo-goo! ... Mickey SpiUV.e.
who hasn't turned out a book in 5
years. His logical explanation: i
don't need the money." A most
lucky fella ... The Winchell postcard-letter
poll on your favorite
TV Droarams Will vou please
say if you buy the products of the
sponsors. Address waiter wincneu,
N.Y. Mirror, 235 E. 45th St. N.Y.C.
17.
The Soviet Union's economic in
vasion of Latin-America. An eco
nomic victory for Russia is a mil
itarv defeat for the United States
... The stunning climax in 'The
Bridge on the River Kwai." It can
best be viewed from the edge of
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your seat. The Ladies Home Jour

nal s by-jove news: British nobles
are making a fast buck by charg charging
ing charging admission to their ancestral
estates ... The director of a long long-run
run long-run -hit show reportedly drinking
himself into membership to Alco Alcoholics
holics Alcoholics Anonymous.. .Francoise Sa Sa-gan,
gan, Sa-gan, the French novelist queen,
who is broke. High taxes plus
high living equal zero ... Marion
Anderson on teevee beauty, tal talent
ent talent and dignity.
The :.-ony of the Gaither Report
suppression: Many of the facts are
derived from Congressional com committee
mittee committee reports anyone can read...
The enitanh for 'Raintree Countv"
by Time mag's citic. To wit: "It
begins in tedium and ends in apa
thy" ... A new ballad, "The Gift of
Love," which sounds like music.
Screen Album quoting Jane Rus Russell's
sell's Russell's reaction to her sexy publici publicity:
ty: publicity: 'People expect me to come in
with three naked men thrown ov over
er over my shoulder." Shoulder? ...
this tragic fact: Public indiffer indifference
ence indifference is forcing i manufacturers of
polio vaccine to destroy hundreds
of thousands of doses. Imagine so
many people ignoring a miracle ...
The coin being spent annually by
tv sponsors to woo you: Over $660
million.
The scarcity of horses for West Westerns
erns Westerns as a consequence of the tv
splurge. Incidentally, the nags earn
$10-a-day ... Shirley Booth's per performance
formance performance in "Miss Isobel." An ac
tress ... Sylvia Syms" "Songs of
Love" album. A torchy beat, espe
cially hor version of "Hands Across
the Table" ... A mag's historical
note: Khrushchev is the biggest
tyrant-drunk since Alexander the
Great.. .Saga mag's photo o fPrin fPrin-cess
cess fPrin-cess Grace in a revealing swim swim-suit,
suit, swim-suit, Gee whizzy ...James Garner,
who was a $40-a-week actor not
long ago, now riding high as the
star, of the "Maverick" series ...
The Sputnik cocktail concocted by
Harper's editor John Fischer: One
part vodka, two parts sour grapes.
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29 Indigo
30 Steamers
(b.)
31 Essential
' being
39 Begin
40 Daybreak -(comb,
form)
41 Persian
water wheel
42 Maple genus
43 Chest rattle
44 Fillip
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The U.S. News-World R e p d r t
predicting mat in 58 an American
will be the first to zoom into outer outer-space
space outer-space with a manned-aircraft ...
Modern Screen's denial that So Sophia
phia Sophia Loren wears falsies ...Diane
Varsi in "Peyton Place," who has
the Stardust touch. A wholesome
beauty who can act ...Jayne Man Mansfield's
sfield's Mansfield's new hobby: Studies Shake
speare ... The fact that not a single
actress is among the Top Ten mo
vie box office stars. Why Gal
teenagers represent the majority
of moviegoers ... Tina Robin's
"Believe Me" platter, a dreamy
thing. Welcome relief from the
rocky rhythms ... Dinah guesting
witn Frank and their sunny-honey
dueting.
The earning statements recently
released by film companies show showing
ing showing a hefty boost in profits. Wai
ner's and 20th Century-Fox ...Mer ...Mer-vyn
vyn ...Mer-vyn LeRoy's romantic news via
Film Bulletin: "Having played an
elusive philanderer lor almost a
decade, the motion picture indus industry,
try, industry, for whom television has been
a beguiling convenient mistress, is
about to make an honest woman
of its faithful paramour through a
proposal o f marriage with pay pay-tv"
tv" pay-tv" ... Paddy Chayeisky's Descrip Description
tion Description of art itlms as "dedicated in insanity"
sanity" insanity" ... Van Wyck' Brooks'
"From a Writer's Notebook" A A-mong
mong A-mong the quotable observations:
'Earnest people are often people
who habitually look on the serious
side of things which have no seri serious
ous serious side."
Anna Magnani giving off sparks
in "Wild is the Wind.'7 Shenas a
fiery quality no other actress can
match ... josh Logan's affection
ate description of Truman Capote
"He's like a little hooligan out oi
'Alice in Wonderland' ...Disney s
"Old Yeller" at the 52nd Street
Trans-Lux ... The temporary clos
ing of many film temples as a re
suit of the scarcity of top-flight
iucKers...w. j. Hemr novel, "The
professional," an ftective. real
istic story about pugilism. The au-
tnor was once a x.Y. Sun sports
historian ... Debbie Reynolds' con-
tession: rra afraid to sleep
the dark."
in
The many network sod advertis advertising
ing advertising execs who privately concede
they are skeptical about the ac accuracy
curacy accuracy of ratings. Nevertheless,
they are influenced by them.. .Kim
Novak's eccentricity: Refuses to
wear hats, girdles or anv othr
restraining devices ... The soon soon-due
due soon-due treat for hi-fi addicts: Stereo Stereophonic
phonic Stereophonic records ... The 'emoting by
Helen Hayes and Susan Strasberg
in "Time Remembered' the sea season's
son's season's most expensive straight play.
Cost $150,000 ... Jean Kerr's litera literary
ry literary parodies in "Please Don't Eat
the Daisies." Her Mickey Spillane
and Francoise Sagan spoofs are
wordiful ... The old horror films
on teevee. Most of them are not
as frightening as they are funny...
The new L f. movie theatre, Tne
Plainview, where they sell hot
dawgs ... Tony Perkins, who play played
ed played a sensitive 17-year-old m his last
B'way play, "Tea and Sympathy,"
and does ditto in "Ljok Homeward,
Angel."
Thrush Judy Lynn on "The Big
Payoff" ... The eoidemie of 'Si
forecasts in mags Most are' gloo
my, rowever, tne only tnug cer cer-tain
tain cer-tain about tomorrow is its uncert uncertainty
ainty uncertainty ... Sinatra's latest soinner.
"Witchcraft." A sweledy ... Eva
Marie Saint, who recently turned
down s Time eover story Refused
to interrupt a vacation with ber
husband ... The Saturday Review
being very previous. Editorially
discusses the legal problems that
will arise after the first nation
reaches the moon ... "Two for the
Seesaw," starring Henry Fonda,1
winning fondaful notices in tryout tryout-towns...
towns... tryout-towns... And the reason Broad Broadway
way Broadway Show Backers are called An-;
gels. Because they're m Heaven'

WASHINGTON A groupof

American businessmen, mcluc
Paul Hoffman, former head of
. i, in-
Marshall Plan and chairman
Studebaker Packard, met in New
York the other day because of
their worry over the rapid down-
slide of the United States is a
leader of the free world.
All of them, were Republicans,
most of them were among the ori original
ginal original backers of President
hower, and some of them lave
been close friends and advisers
Worried Over signs that Russia
had taken the initiative from the
USA, they' expressed private be
lief that our present foreign po
licy, under John Foster Dulles
was deadlocked.
Among' other things, they exa
mined Premier Bulganin's note to
Eisenhower sent just befdte the
NATO conference, bebived sever several
al several of his idas offered avenues for
fufthr discussion.
One was Balaamn s offer of a
free, neutral zone between the West
and Russia: another his offer of a
nonaggression pact with the-United
States: another his offer to ban
all arms shipments to the Near
East.
The group felt that Secretary of
State Dulles was so rigid in his re
fusal to talk -to Russia that Some
way must be found to circumvent
in ass.
Thev considered the idea of get
ting Chancellor Adenauer, shrewd
tough friem' of the United Ststes,
to break the ice by talking ,to Bul Bul-ganin.
ganin. Bul-ganin. They also considered the
idea of getting a special American
negotiator to talk to the Russians
possibly Harold Stassen, though
he was discarded on the ground
that Dulles dislfked him and so
did Nixon and various Republican
leaders.
Finally a confidential delegation
was sent to see the President in
Washington with the idea of per persuading,
suading, persuading, him to circumvent the
sit-tight policy of John Fos ter Dul Dulles.
les. Dulles. The President, however, turned
a deaf ear.
"The more I see of Foster," he
said in substance, "the more he
impresses me. I consider him the
greatest Secretary of State the V
nited States has ever had."
WORRIES OF ISRAEL
Before Premier Ben-Gurion tri tried
ed tried to get arms from West Germu Germu-ny,
ny, Germu-ny, he wrote two urgent letters to
Dulles pleading for American sup support
port support to counteract the growing A A-rab
rab A-rab power on Israel's borders.
In the first letter, Ben-Gurion
gave Israel s side oi uie poner
dispute with Jordan, noted that
the USA has shipped arms to Jor Jordan
dan Jordan while banning arms shipments
to Israel ... Ben-Gurion followed
With another strong Jetter asking
for an American guarantee that
we will defend Israel against any
attack by the Arab nations. He
pointed. out that Russia is openly
siding with the Arabs and pour pouring
ing pouring arms into Egypt and Syria.
Israel, he said, has nowhere to
turn for help but to the West ...
Dulles refused to give Ben-Gurion
any guarantee of American aid,
assured him of sympathetic sup support.
port. support.
DINING WJJH THR DEVIL
Blunt-talking Rep. Weyne Hays
of Ohio had a long conference with

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t Nasser in Cairo recent-
; which the Omeaa asee?
questions about the bos-
oi Soviet aid lesdinc to
the 'penetration" of Egypt
"Recent history would indicate
that one usually follows the oth
er," remarked Hays.
"I'm not worried about that,"
said Nasser. "I'm going to keep
Egypt free of anybody's domina domination.'
tion.' domination.' "That is a notc.jrthy ambition,
Mr. President, and I hope you are
successful," observed Hays. "How "How-ever,
ever, "How-ever, in that connection 1 would
bite to remmd you of an old Am American
erican American proverb He who dines
with the devil Should have a spoon
with a long handle.'
Nasser was silent for a mo
ment, then erupted into hollow
laughter.
17 JEWELS ARE ENOUGH
Not manj big businessmen are
as frank as Ralph Lazrus, presid president
ent president of iBenrus watches, who told
s Senate subcommittee that the
value ol jeweled wtciiea ftor 17
jewels was chiefly "eyewash."
Lazru was being, questioned by
Sen. Paul Douglss of Illinois.
Douglas: Does the addition of
this further number of jewels xj xj-ly
ly xj-ly add to the efficiency of tne
watch or is so much eyewasu de designed
signed designed to give the watch grester
sales?
Lazrus: Mostly eyewash.
Douglss: The 2i-jewel watch is
really not any a ore efficient?
Lazrus: It does add slightly to
the efficiency.
Douglss: Is it more salable?
Lazrus: That is It more sal
able.
Douglas: In other words, not
just the touch of garlic which re redeems
deems redeems the soup, bat eUy a s ir ir-plus.
plus. ir-plus. I would ssy that if "fr" hear hearings
ings hearings do no more than to spread
those words abroad through the
country
Lazrus: we won't be ble to
spread it far enough.
WASHINGTON WHIRL
Max Rabb, the Cabinet Secreta Secretary,
ry, Secretary, will try serving tea before Ca Cabinet
binet Cabinet meetings to reduce tension
and save ulcers. The suggestion
was made, by Kiichi Aichi, Japan's
cabinet secretary, who claimed
that the Japanese habit of drink drinking
ing drinking tea before talking business
accounted for Japan's lower heart
and ulcer rate... Rabb bought a
tea set in Tokyo and promised to
introduce the Japanese custom at
American Cabinet. meetings .Ope
Cabinet officer who won't approve
of the innovation is Secretory of
Agriculture Benson, the Mormon
apostle. His religion forbids the
use of tea and coffee.
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7712 Lamp Table
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5321 2 pc. Sofas
9005 End Tables
2856 4 pc. Snack Table Set
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160A Chair
6290 Record Stand
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TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, lftSt
2 in a
octal ana yut
v7! MAK FRIENDS
Bi Staff.
Hrt
anama
Jt mill L ml Lf uLfL P-um. 2-0740 m S-0741 Lt, 9.00 J 10 m.m. mlf.

BOARD or DIRECTORS ENTERTAINED WITH

KT AIL-BUFFET IN T1VUU
Riimii nirvcton of the

Government and members of the Governor's stall anu their
strives rave a reception in honor of the Board of Directors
of the Panama Canal Company and their wires in the patio
Jtf the Hotel Tivoli last night.
. A Panamanian theme was used, local dishes were served
and the Conunto Cajar performed native dances for the
visitors' entertainment.
About 150 attended.

Kleefkens-Ridge
Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kleefkens of
Margarita announce the engage engagement
ment engagement of their daughter, Leida Lo Lo-reen,
reen, Lo-reen, to Elbert F. Ridge, son oi
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ridge Sr.;
fortnet Canal Zone residents flho
now make their home in Trenton,
New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Ridge
arv-pttseotly visiting on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. Miss Kleefkens graduated from
Cristobal High School hi 1956 and
from the Business University of
Tampa, Florida, in October. 1957.
er fiance graduated from Cns-
bal High School in 1951. He serv-
wittt the U.S. Army trom 1953
1955, and is now employed by
Marine Bunkering Section in
ristobal.
i No date has been set for the
feddmg.
am and Mineral Society
To Hold Fish Fry
S. turday. Jan. 18 will see loads
of activity in and around the Gem
id Mineral cie'y Clubhouse m
alboa Pier Area (ttdg. 57), for
second annual fish fry will be
progress. President Slim Ban-
nan promises plenty of fish and
all the fixin's. Danny Rudge and
fob Stewart arc putting together
i display that will be ox interest to
II who know rocks and minerals,
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NEW WAY TO
WASH FACE
Improve Skin Amazingly
Lather face a full minute twice
daily with Cuticura Soap. Ap Apply
ply Apply CuticuraOintmantnifhtly.
Sea blackheads, externally
caused pimples clear
exciting new eolt-
m appear in 7 dayal
Buy today.
CUTICURA
Help Yourself to
Daily Vigor
v-s
ii a trademark
of tin
makariof
Campball'i Soups.
. The juices of 8 different garden.
irean vegemuin are uienueu imo
this famous drink. You'll love its
I lively flavor, and thrive on its
vitamin-packed goodness. At
r. mealtime or between meals-V-8
gives you the refreshment
1
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NOTICE
Due to the great success of our
ANNIVERSARY SALE
and for the convenience of everyone we
are extending it for 2 days more
UNTIL THURSDAY the 16th.
Don't miss it

MORRISON'S
OPPOSITE THE OLD ANCON POST OFFICE

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Panama Canal Canal Company
and also to those who would like
lo become acquainted with them.
The time is from 4:00 p.m to
7:00 p.ui. the. pace is the G. and
M. Clubhouse near Pier 18, auu
tickets may be obtained from :lub
members, or by calling Mrs. 0,
K. Woriey at 2-4203, Slim Baa
man at 2-4452 and AYs. Hamilton
in Quarry Heights at 27-2-2265.
Soroptimists Hold Tea
At El Panama Wednesday
The Soroptrmist Club will hold
its monthly tea Wednesday after
noon at 4:30 in the South Pation
of the El Panama Hilton Hotel.
40th V.Vdding
Anniversary Celebrated
Mr. and Mrs. it J. Danielsen of
Gatun entertained tt a cocktail
party at the Fort Amador Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Open Mess on Saturday eve
ning in honor of the 40th wedding
anniversary of Mr. Danielsen s
parents. Mr. and Mrs. H-mry J.
Danielsen of Chicago, 111. and
Clearwater, Fla. who are visit visiting
ing visiting their son and da lighter -in iaw.
Despedida At Tivoli
Honors George Girard
Mr. George E. Girard, who has
resigned his position as Chief of
the Internal Audit Staff to accept
a poition with the G.A.O. in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, was the guest of honor at
a despedida cocktail buffet held at
the TivJi Patio on Saturday eo
ning.
On behalf of the members of
theStaff, Mr. Floyd Baldwin, Chief
of the General Audit Division, pre pre-str.Lvd
str.Lvd pre-str.Lvd Mr. Girard with a gold belt
buckle. A musical program was
firovided by Mrs. Malcolm Whee Whee-er
er Whee-er on the electric Hawaiian gui guitar,
tar, guitar, accompanied by Joseph Quin Quintal
tal Quintal on the electric standard guitar.
Mrs. Girard left on Saeurday by
plane for the States arid Mr. Gir Girard
ard Girard will leave this week.
Miss Verla Illmore Sleeted
President of Combined Guilds
The combined Guilds of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Cathe
dral of St. Luke, Ancon, met on
Thursday evening, in IBishop Mor Morris
ris Morris Hall. Following a devotional
period elections i.i officers of the
Auxiliary for the codling 'year
were held. Chosen t serve were
Mrs. Vera Elmore, president, Mrs.
Maion Mallory. vice president,
and Mrs. Dorcas Pudie, secreta
ry.
Following the meeting a film on
the World Day of Prayer was
TC3AY-ENCANTO-.25-.i5
WAHOO! $115.00
Phil Carey In
"Shadow In The Window"
Dennis OKeefe In
"DRUMS OF TAHITI"
TODAY IDEAL .25-15
"DEADWOOD DICK"
- Chapters 1-2-3
"Fury At Gunslght Pass"
"A Yankee In Indo China"
I D K I V t I N
I It TODAY IS I
I FRED MacMURRAY I
" VERA RALSTON in
f'FAIR WIND TO JAVA"!
In TECHNICOLOR!
Tomorrow!
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$1.10 per CAR!
BOB HOPE in
"FANCY PANTS"
In TECHNICOLOR)
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shown for the first time on the
Isthmus.

Auxiliary President
Calls On C. ernor
Mrs. J. Pat Kelly, National Pre President
sident President of the American Legion Au Auxiliary,
xiliary, Auxiliary, who is making three three-day
day three-day visit to local auxiliary units
in the Canal Zone, paid an of official
ficial official call on Governor W. E. Pot Potter
ter Potter yesterday morning.
She was accompanied by Mrs.
Frances Gilley, national executive
committee woman; Mrs. Eleanor
Becker, president of the depart department
ment department of Panama; Mrs. Louise
Griffin, department secretary;
Mrs. Crayce vatt, chapeaux
of the departmental of the 8 and
40 and Mr?. Marjorie Bill, secre secretary
tary secretary to Mrs. Kelly.
Mrs. Kelly arrived here by plane
SurJay and is expected to leave
the Istlinuis tomon w.
Legion Auxiti ry
Holds Monthly
Bingo At Gorges
On Wednesday, Jan. 8 the mem members
bers members of the American Legion Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary conducted their regular mo mo-ly
ly mo-ly bingo party on the' Red Cross
Lounge at Gorges Hospital. About
23 patients attended the party
and received prizes of games,
candy snd cigaM' Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments of home-made cake and
punch were served. Hostesses for
the event were Mrs. 'Mary E.
iBecker, Chairman, Mrs. Dorothy
E. Knox and her daughter Doro
thy Ann.
mmm
lach notice for inclusion In thla
column Mould bo submitted as
tyet-written form and Mailed to
the boa number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," er delivered
by hind te the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Guild Of Or, ..Ists
To Moot At Ft. Clayton
The Isthmian Chater of the Am
erican Guild of Organists will meet
on Monday evening, Jan. 20, at 7: 7:-30
30 7:-30 at the home of Lt. Col. and Mrs.
Max Turner, 408-A Miles St. Fort
Clayton.
Members are requested to bring
music as-there, will b. an opportu
nity to play the Turner s newly in installed
stalled installed Hammond.
IAWC Board Will Moot
There will be a meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women's Club at 9:30
on tomorrow morning in the Club
Office of tht Tivoli Guest H.oue.
Evening Guild
Moots Tonight
Th Evenina Guild of the Cathe
dral of St. Luke will meet this eve
ning at 7:30 witn Mrs. .,siv;r
Byrne, House 356 Apt. U7 Mamel
St., Ancon.
Isthor Circle
To Meet MoncUy
The Esther Circle of the Balboa
Union Church will hold its next
meeting on Monday, Jan. 20, at
m.aa mi. 41.. hnrn nf Mr S.
Rtlss Cunningham, 1538A. ftalboa.
Mrs. A. ib. uarron win ue w
hostess and Mrs William Mitchell
wil have the oeveuons. ine pro program
gram program wil be a continuation of the
study of the Major Protectant Re
ligions.
Cristobal Federal
Credit Union
Th. annual mpd inB for the mem
bership of Cristobal Federal Cedit
Union will De new on rnuay,
Jan. 31, at the Rainbow City gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium at 7:30 p.m.
Th maetinff- is announced by
j v a,
u.. raoairlani Waltar Maxwell.
UIC i
will record a successful year ot
operation, a resume oi uie acti activities
vities activities will be given la detail.
in addition, the members will
elect some directors, committee
mn and vote on important poli
cies including those plans recom recom-monrlinff
monrlinff recom-monrlinff the metier of the Atlan
tic side Federal credit unions for
economical and administrative!
purposes.

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MODEL TEENAGER 4 Patricia Cawl models a blue taffeta
party frock trimmed with sequins. Pat is one of the many
teenagers who will wear clothes they made themselvej at
"Chez Eloise" Fashion Show, which will be held on the front
lawn of Balboa HighsSchool tomorrow at 8 p.m.

Youthful Canadian To Be Featured
Singer At Graham Panama Crusade

HOMIR JAMES
During the Billy Graham Pana Panama
ma Panama Crusade, people of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus will have the onnortimitv nf
hearing Homar .Ta
Canadian, who is in the forefront
of modern-day religious singers.
He will appear nightly in the Cru Crusade
sade Crusade at the old Tivoli Cnmniis.
sary building starting on Sunday,
r eo. z tnrougn xnursaay, jj'eb. 6.
At 25 vears nf aBe ha la ra
pidly becoming a favorite soloist
lor evangelistic crusades, as well
as a pupmar lauio anu recording
artist in North America.
James was preparing for pro professional
fessional professional music career in his home hometown
town hometown of Ottawa, Canada, when he
came to a Christian exDerienrp
which led him to the decision to
use his voice in full-time religious
service. Turning down a lucrative
offer to enter the operatic field,
James' attention was attracted to
the neglected field oi the irymnt
of the i-hiiri-h
While onlv II. Jamei madei
his first trans-Canadian tour,
.iiwi .ino mint -iwmmvr
conferences. Ho furthered his
musical education at Marion Col College
lege College In Indiana, then became a
soloist In large evangelistic cam campaigns.
paigns. campaigns. From 1935. he has been assnrtat.
ed with the Rev. Leighton Ford,
associate Evangelist of Bily Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, in united evangelistic cru
sades. He will also be with Rev.
ford while in Panama, as Ford
will deliver the nightly sermon
at the old Tivoli Commissary dur during
ing during the first' five days of Biliy
uranam a Manama urusade.
His first religious recording
last spring was "How Great Thou
mi, an oiu nussian nymn that
has been a favorite in each city
that he has performed. He wifi
sing this hymn with the large
vi usaue cnoir nere.
James' musical "evangelism"
has taken him to many of the

FLY CACSA

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to coiorfui

NOW

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ROUND
LEAVE PANAMA. .8:30
ARRIVE SAN JOSE. .9:15
Consult your
Travel Agent
a mpp
SKRVING THE HEART

Jusio Arosemena Ave Between 31st and 32nd Sts.

countries of the world including
trips to Europe, Nassau, and
twice to the British Isles prior

to ine present Caribbean tour.
A cousin of George Beverly
Shea, soloist that will appear in
the Graham team in the Panama
stadium on Feh. 7 and ft Jimpc
has folowed in the footsteps o'p
nis lamous relative, using" his dra dramatic
matic dramatic tenor voice" and personality
to bring spiritual impact to the
lives of thousands.
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MISS PATRICIA ANN LEACH,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Leach of Margarita has been
elected fisst vice-president and
rush chairman of Beta Lambda1
Chapter of the Delta Zeta Soror Sorority
ity Sorority at the University of Tennes Tennessee.
see. Tennessee. Patricia has just returned to
schoo lafter spending the holi holidays
days holidays with her parents
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There's nothing wrong with in

viting friends for a Dutch treat
New Year's Eve celebration. But
if you get up the party, be sure to
mane ine reservations well in ad advance
vance advance and take care of other de details
tails details of Dlanning
Even a Dutch treat affair needs
someone at the head to manage
ithings, if it is to go smoothly.
tU With
If a bride of a few weeks or
months or even a year thinks the
man she married is close to per perfection
fection perfection as a husband and that she
is lucky indeed to be sharing her
ine with him that s not news.
But when a woman who has
been married 25 or 37 or 43 years
still feels awed at havintr won such
! a poize it ought to be reported. So
.. 0 -
here 'goes.
Some time ago I wrote a column
listing a whole string of qualities
that make a man a good husband.
"Does he sound too r?ood to be
true?" I asked.
The letters started pouring in.
"He's not too good to be true,"
wrote wives from all over the4 coun country.
try. country. "I know because my husband
does all of those things and then
some."
I acknowledged the flood of pro
testing letters in a later column,
'i i j i e it t j i
uui poimeu out a iaci i nau noucea
about them : all of them were from
young wives.
OLDER WIVES RESPOND
Then the letters from women
married long enough to have grand grandchildren
children grandchildren began to arrive. They
wanted to make sure I knew that
today's young men aren't necessa necessarily
rily necessarily tetter husbands than men in
their foties, fiftes, and sixtes.
Such poud, happy letters I've
never had before. So men, don't
ever think it doesn't pay to go half
way in making your marriage a
success.
And don't think that a wife
doesn't appreciate a good husband
when she has one. Or that time
makes her take his good qualities
for granted.
I have stacks of letters from
wives married for years to prove
that a middle-aged or older wom woman
an woman can be just as sure as any ;ride
that her husband is one in a mil million,
lion, million, j
1 .tail
Man Jailed For
Forcing Child
To Drink Beer
PARIS, Jan. 14 (UP)-A crim criminal
inal criminal court today sentenced Desire
Guillemot, 32, to four months in
jail on charges of forcing a 6-year-old
child to drink beer and
wine. He also was ordered to pay
a $47 fine.
The incident occurred in May,
1956. Guillemot was drunk at the the-time
time the-time abd underwent treatment for
alcoholism at a mental institution.
SERVICE
CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALLET TICKETS
ON SALE
Dally 5:30 to 9 p.m.
CRISTOBAL 7:00
"SHADOW ON THE
WINDOW"
GAMBOA 7:00
"HOT SUMMER
NIGHT"
GATUN 7:M
"THE LAST MAN
TO HANG"
MARGARITA 6:15, 8:20
"Walt 'Till The Sun
Shines Nellie"
PARA1SO
6:15 & 9:00
"FOUR BOYS.
AND A GUN"
"APACHE"
7:30 only
SANTA CRUZ
6:15 & 7:50
"OVERLAND
PACIFIC"
CAMP BIERQ
6:15 & 9:25
"GLASS WEB"
"HARVEY" 7:40 only
ICAPItOLIO
25c. 15c.
35c.
BANK! $125.00
THE LAST HUNT
with Robert Taylor
Also.
RR.RKN FIKE
with Stewart Granger

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DR. FRANK FARRELL BLISS will arrive in Panama tomorrow
to speak at the Isthmian Dental Congress, which will be held
at the Union Club on Jan. 17. Dr. Bliss graduated from
Harvard Dental School in 1938. He is a member of the Amer American
ican American Dental Association, R.l. Ste Dental Society, Granston
District Dental Society, American Society of Dentistry for
Children, American Academy of Gold Foil Operators and Bos-
ton Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine.

We're a nation of orange eaters
Government figures show that the
average American eats about 38
pounds (farm weight) a year of
fresh oranges.
Select firm ones, heavy for their
size, indicating good juice con
tent. Color has little to do with
quality. Those with considerable
creen may be fully ripe, and rus-
Minnesota Solon
Dies At Bethesda
Of Heart Attack
WASHINGTON Jan. 14 (UP)
Rep. August H. Andresen (R (R-Minml
Minml (R-Minml died of a heart attar at
hte Bethesda Taval Meditafrten-
ter early- this morning, his office
announced. He was 67.
Andresen was the ranking Re Republican
publican Republican member of the House
Agriculture Committee. He was
completing his 16th term in the
House.
He entered the hospital last
Dec. 1, for treatment of a gastro gastrointestinal
intestinal gastrointestinal disorder.
''He was making a good recovry
when he suffered a heart attack
at 10:30 last night," his secretary
R. T. Bergquist, announced.
TICKETS ALSO

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IN PERSON

BALBOA THEATRE

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20c,
R I O
25c.

THE BIG LAND
with Alan Ladd
- Also: -THE
D. I.
with Jack Webb

SUDDENLY-,
' V ... ".
with Frank Sinatra
- Also: -SPRING
REUNION
with Betty Hutton

- HmmmmmmmM

Look For Weight, Firmness
When Selecting Oranges

setedlruit is as good as those with
the traditionally bright color.
s Besides being very rich in as ascorbic
corbic ascorbic acid (vitamin C), oranges
contain fruit sugars and minerals.
Orange pulp and meiabrane offer
substances called bioflavonoids, re reportedly
portedly reportedly helpful in treating disord disorders
ers disorders of the circulatory system, un un-der
der un-der medical supervision. In eat eating
ing eating the whole orange (segments)
you get these bioflavonoids as' well
s the other nutrients.
Fresh Orange-Vegetable Slaw
(Yield: 4 servings)
Combine 3 cups medium shredd shredded
ed shredded cabbage, 14 cupsd iced fresh
apples, 3 diced medium oranges,
4 cup chopped fresh dates. J2 table
spoons fresh lemon juice. 2 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon sugar; 4 t&spoon'alt and
1-4 cup mayonnaise, Toss lightly.
Serve on head lettuce. Garnish
with fresh orange cartwheels.
Fresh Orange Broiled Lamb Chops
Place loin lamb chops, cut 1 1-inch
inch 1-inch thick under the broiler. Cook
18 minutes, turnipg to brown both
sides. Remove, from broiler,
sprinkle each chop with 1-4 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon Salt and 1-8 foaxnnnif orniinil
Wack pepper and top with a plice
oi orange cut ,1-4-mcn thick. Brush
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1958
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m PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

(NEA Telephoto)
McELROT GOES BEFORE COMMITTEE-Defense Secretary
Neil McElroy (right) enjoys a laugh with Rep. Errett Scrivner
m Kan ) (left) and Rep. Harry Sheppard (D-Calif ) prior to
Key's appearance befbre the House Military Approprta Approprta-osubcommittee.
osubcommittee. Approprta-osubcommittee. Earlier, Democratic congressional leaders
amred McEkoy they will support whatever military spend spending
ing spending essential and adequate to keep America ahead of any
potential aggressor.

wASHWfiTON President Ei-

..nknuur nmnAsitii? in reniv to a

letter from Soviet Premier Nikolai

Bulganm that Russia ana tne unit united
ed united States stop testing military
missiles in space:

rne time io swp u bow.
WASHINGTON House GOP
T TnDAnk Uor4in ni UfiBII.

XjCdUCA tfUBBpu w.
chusetts, in saying America had
rr r' v. ., tk

no reason hi ue icanui u u
launching of the Soviet satellite.
"If we are only frank with our ourselves
selves ourselves we would realize that the
reason that they were able to
launch the satellite first was be because
cause because they stole the secrets from
the United States that gave them
that advantage."
WASHINGTON Lt. Gen. James
Gavin, retiring chief of the Army
research and development, in
summing up his dissatisfaction
with the 1958 budeet:

"Last vpar's hnrtppt I was verv

unhappy about. This '59 budget

isn i going 10 De an awiui 101 oei oei-ter
ter oei-ter for research and develop

ment.

H flVteirWSafJ el w

I I Bel:': WW I mm I II Wi MM

Supreme Court Rules City Ordinance
Requiring Permit Unconstitutional

WASHINGTON (UP) The Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court today ruled uncon unconstitutional
stitutional unconstitutional a city ordinance that
requires union and other organi organizers
zers organizers to get a permit before signing
up members.
The case at issue concerned a
Baxley, Ga., i ordinance. .SunUar
local laws are in effect, in other
localities in Georgia, Mississippi,
Alabama and, Kentucky.
In Baxley, the mayor and eity
annntl t 1SC1IP thft DeriTlit.

Today's opinion, written by Jus

tice Charles E. Whittaker, said tne
"makps eniovment of

uiuuwuvv, r ... p
cnppph rnntineent uoon the will of

tho mavnr and council of the city

although that fundamental right is
made free from congressional
abridgment by the First Amend Amendment
ment Amendment and is protected by the
Fourteenth from invasion by state

action.
ThP vote was 7 to 2. with Jus

tice Felix Frankfurter and Tom
C. Clark dissenting.
Forbidden Burden
"Whittaker said "The ordinance,
on its face, imposes, an unconsti unconstitutional
tutional unconstitutional prior restraint upon the
enjoyment of First Amendment
freedoms and lays 'a forbidden
burden upon the exercise of Uber;
ty protected by the Constitution'."
rnu jAitnn nwrwil thft con-

victiott Rose'Staub, employe of

the International Ladies Garment
Workers. Miss Staub was convict convicted
ed convicted in the mayor's court of Baxley
on charges of soliciting member membership
ship membership for the union without a pr pr-mit.
mit. pr-mit. She was sentenced to 30 days
in lail or a fine of $300.

The ordinance also imposes at
$2,000-a-year tax on paid organi organizers,
zers, organizers, plus $500 for every member
obtained. Tne tax did not figure

in Miss Staub's conviction, now
avor.

City Atty. J. H. Highsmith told

the court n nas aaviseu uie tu

onvpmment mat the tax is un

constitutional. He said he has no
question as to the responsibility
ef Miss Staub or the union and
that she would have been granted
a nermit without cost had she

applied for one.
A Largs Issue

The American Civil Liberties

Union said in a brief filed as a
"MmA of the court" that the ordi

nahce could apply to the Boy

Srmita: tha Democratic Party. Al

coholics Anonymous or thousands

f other organizations as wen as

unions.

Highsmith said the purpose of
the legislation was "to protect the
citizens of this community against

beine unknowingly sold member

ships in subversive organizations

by parties of questionable repute
tion."

The two dissenters, for whom

Frankfurter spoke, said the appeal
should have been dismissed on
procedural grounds, Ghe Georgia
Court of Appeals, which upheld
the conviction, said the ordinance

should have been attacked by spe
cific section and not as a whole

Frankfurter said the Georgia
court should have been allowed
to apply this local procedural rule.
The, case, he Said, carries "a
large issue, for it concerns the
essence of our federalism due re regard
gard regard for the constitutional distri distribution
bution distribution of power as between the
nation and the states. ."

m

ATLANTA Lt. Gov. Ernest
Vandiver, in declaring that white
schools in Georgia will never be
open to Negro children:
"There will be no mixing of the
races in the schoolrooms of Georgia."

AT A CHARTER NIGHT DINNER at the Tlvoli recently, the charter of affiliation with
'he National Society of Professional Engineers was presented to the Canal Zone Society
of Professional Engineers. The dinner was at tended by over 125 engineers, their ladies and
guests. Shown above Is L. B. Sartain, standing left, president of the Canal Zone Socie Society,
ty, Society, receiving the charter from Dr. Clark A. Dunn, vice president of the Southwestern Re Region
gion Region of the National Society of Professional Engineers, and nominee for the presidency of
hhe national group. Seated are U. Gov. and Mrs. Hugh M. Arnold.

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Easl-Wesl Parley
For Summit Talks
Said Unlikely Soon

WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 UP) UP)-Diplomits
Diplomits UP)-Diplomits said today an east-west
foreign ministers meeting to pre-
- "Crvimit" rnnfprpnre

parr: ivi a uujjiuu.
u unlikely before April or May at
flu arlifct.

This would push a possible heads

of state parley bacK to mm-summ

or fall far later than the "witn
in turn or three months" demand

ed by Soviet Premier Nikolai A.
"Rnlaanin

Only a new ground swell in
western EuroDO could possibly

force a speed-up in arranging talks

between the Kremlin, president
Eisenhower and other free world
leaders to ease east-west cold war
tensions, diplomats said.

Congress at the same time was
tacklinc the problems of control

ling outer space for peaceful pur purposes
poses purposes as advanced by President

Eisenhower m his reply Sunday
to Bulganin.
Chairman Hubert H. HumDhrev

ID-Minn.) said Us Senate Disarm

ment subcommittee decided to

launch a study and call in several
witnesses, including presidential

disarmament adviser Harold E
Stassen and United Nations Am
hoaanrinr Posrv P.ahnt Tlriep Jr.

In his message to Bulganin. the

president made a surprise offer to
end production and testing of out

er space weapons.
CRASH KILLS ELEVEN
LIMA, Peru (UP)- A military
transport plane missing since Jan.
g has been found smashed on a
mountain peak in the Amazonas
Province, the air force announced
Sunday. The eleven persons
aboard, seven passengers and four
crewmen, were killed.

Actor Chaplin Jr.
Booked On Charge
Of Drunk Driving

HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 14 (UP)

friarli rtionlin 1 W oMm inn

vuwHv vmviwm v a i evivt wvu
of the, famed comedian of the sil

ent screen, Was booked on drunk
driving charges today at the West
Hollywood Sheriff's Station, offic officers
ers officers reported.

California highway patrolmen

G. R. Stewart and W. R. Scott

renorted thev stoDDed Chaolin aft

er he had run two red lights at

high speed. .They said he failed

to pass a sobriety test.
"I've been to a million parties.

I've had a million drinks and a

million laughs," the officers quot

ed Chaplin as saying. They sard

he was dressed m dungarees ana

sweater.

A drunk driving charge against

Chaplin was dismissed last July
15 by Municipal Judge Robert Clif Clifton.
ton. Clifton. The iurist said it was not

his policy to convict first offend

ers,

Speaker Says Reds

Ho Present Threat

To Latin America

MIAMI- Jan. 14 (UPV- Assist

ant Secretary of State Roy R. Ru

bottom Jr. said today that Com

munism is a "constant danger
to Latin America but "represents

no immediate threat."

He eaid he certain the cur

rent Communist campaign of 'sub 'subversive
versive 'subversive intervention in the intern

al affairs of other states.. ,wiu nev never
er never succeed' in the Americas.

Rubottom also reitewwed an ear
lier U.S. suggestion that Latin Am
erican nations spend less on mil

itary outlays so they can concen concentrate.
trate. concentrate. more on trying to raise
their standard of living. Treasury

Secretary Robert B. Anderson
made the same suggestion at the
Buenos Aires Economic Conference

last August.
Rubottom discussed "Cobb u

nism in the Americas" at a joint
lunch meeting of toe Miami-Dade

County Chamber of Commerce and
United Nations Association ef
Greater Miami.
"The first and foremost point to

remember is that tne communists

oy tnemseives represent no lm
mediate threat to the Latin Amer

ican countries themselves nor to

United States national security, for
they are in no position anywhere
in the hemisphere to ain power

fit Miffl. lArtlfimote maane ho

Vaccine Poisoning

j 4 Children.

Infects 14 Others
ALBEROBELLO, Italy, Jan. 14
(UP.) Doctors fought today to
save 14 children infected with a
faulty anti diphtheria vaccine.
Four children were dead from its
effects.
In Rome, federal health author authorities
ities authorities sent out telegrams ordering
the seizure of 15,000 doses of the
vaccine scattered throughout the
country.

Health commission inspectors
joined regional doctors in an on-

the-spot investigation of the situa

tion here in this village of 10,000,
A young doctor, Vittorio Marraf

fa, spread the alarm yesterday
when he found symptoms of vac vaccine
cine vaccine poisoning in several children.

Vaccinations were given to 62

Alberobello children Friday as a

precaution against a diphtheria
epidemic which killed six children
here last winter. The inoculated
children were from one to two and

a half years old.
he vaccine, called "Anadifter

al", was made by the Sclavo In

stitute of Siena. The institute de
clined to issue any comment pend
ing an investigation.

through

said.

General Taylor
Visits Iran For
Talks With Shah

TEHRAN, Iran, Jan. 14 (UP)

Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, U. S.
Army chief of staff, flew in here
today from Iraq for talks withOhe
Shah of Iran and top military lead lead-era.
era. lead-era. Tsylor will go to Pakistan
tomorrow. He is touring certain
European and Middle East coun countries
tries countries before going to Ankara for
the Baghdad Pact meeting later
this month.

East Berlin Court

Convicts American
On Smuggling Rap

BERLIN. Jan. 14 (UP)-An East

Berlin Communist court todsv con

victed an American civilian phy

sician of smuggling and sentenced
him to 10 months in prison. It was

precedent-making act.
The doctor, Walter Steinberg. 35

of Alhambra, Calif., was found

guilty of illegally taking $5,000
worth of camera equipment from

East to West Berlin.

It was the first time an East
German Communist court had

jailed an American. Up to now the

Russians have handled such cases.

he court sentenced a Swiss

friend of Steinberg, Joseph Gut

mann, of Zurich, to four years im

Drisonment. The four months thev

had spent in jail were credited to
their sentences.

The court said it was lenient

with Steinberg because it acctpted
his statement that he believed Gut Gut-mann
mann Gut-mann had been authorized to buy

in the East when most of the pur

chases were made.

However, the court said Stein

berg knew the last purchases

made were illegal.

Steinberg had an East German

attorney provided by the court but

no interpreter as is assigned in

western courts. The court denied

his request for a West German at

torney on grounds they were not

licensed to practice in East Ger

man courts.

The United States did not intend

to let the case drop.

u.8. consul Kichard G. O'Brien

said he would ask the Soviets to
investigate whether Steinberg had

a fair trial. He said tne United
States also would conduct its own

investigation.
"Three times we asked the Rus
sians for information on Stein

berg's whtreabouts and three

times they replied they knew noth

ing about him," U'JJnen said.
Another Priest

Refuses To Act

At Sagan Rites

CAJARD, France, Jan. u tur)
Another Roman Catholic priest
said today he would refuse to-per-form
a marriage ceremony for
novelist Francois Sagan, 22, unless
she changed her "hare brained"
ways. ;
Abbe Brau, aging parish priest
here in Miss Saganrs home village,
told the magazine Noire and Blanc
that he regarded Miss Sagan as a
"Wp-hrained nihilist."

He said he would officiate at her
onlv if she "intends to

make an Act of Contrition and if,
for her. marriage is something re religious,
ligious, religious, not only S worldly formal-

Another Caiarc priest, the Rev.

Pierre Corbeille, said last month
he would refuse to officiate at her
marriage because her books were

"immoral.':
Miss Sagan is engaged to nub

Usher Guv Schoeller. 45. She has

authored three best selling novels
whose heroines are, to say the
least, wise in the ways of the
world.

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m PANAMA AMERICAN AN fNMPfNMNT DAIW NEWs?A1K
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 151
Jehovah's Witnesses Stage
Four-Day Isthmian Convention
A four-day convention with at
tendance near a thousand is set
for Panama and the Canal Zone.
It will be held in the Jamaican So Society
ciety Society Hall, where ample facilities
are available, Friday, Saturday,
Sunday and Monday, Jan. 17, 18,
19. and 20. It is sponsored by the
Watch Tower Bible Tract Society,
governing body for Jehovah's wit witnesses.
nesses. witnesses. Extensive Bible instruction
and gospel-preaching, will mark

JAMES H. MARTIN, Boatswain's Mate Firat Class (right), receives a commendation from the
Marine Director of the Panama Canal Company for his "prompt and decisive action" while
to command of the Navy tug boat Nahoke during a recent canal transit. The commenda commendation
tion commendation resulted from Martin's quick decision to give assistance to Panama Canal Company tugs
who were having difficulty in towing the Harvey S. Mudd through QaWard Cut durine a
north-bound transit Dec. 11 After seeing the ship strike the banks of Galllard Cut two
times. Martin gave assistance with tlu Nahoke which was also in north transit at the time,
and enabled the large ship to complete transit of the Cut without further damage. Th3 com commendation
mendation commendation read in part: "The initiative shown by Martin in taking this prompt and decisive
action is considered to be commendable. On1 behalf of the Panama Canal Company, It is de desired
sired desired to express the Company's appreciation for the valuable service rendered in this case."
Sartin was presented the commendation by Capt. Kenneth W. Hlnes, commanding officer of
e Jtodman Naval Station. (Official U. S. Navy Photograph))

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the assembly.
A famous Christian minister and
educator, M. G. Henschel, will be
the featured speaker. He is a di director
rector director of the above mentioned So Society
ciety Society and one of its principal

spokesmen. He will arrive Sunday

afternon at Tocumen airport.
Conventions of this group are no notable
table notable events. At very large assem

blies, such as the Yankee Stadium

convention of 1953, the police and
other city authorities have express expressed
ed expressed amazement at the utter lack of
disorder of any kind. The police
simply saying, "we have nothing
to do here." Past assemblies here
in Panama too, have been marked

by love and brotherliness.
Delegates to the convention
will come from all parts of the
Republic including Bocas del
Tore and Chiriqui provinces. A
large delegation is expected from
the Atlantic ride.
The four days of the English
program will have afternoon and

evening sessions and all meetings

are open to the public. Mr. Hens

chel will apeak Sunday evening at

8:00 p.m. and again on Monday

at 4:00 p. m. His mam talk, "A New
Song For all Men of Good Will,"
will be given Sunday night.

The entire program for this

Christian assembly follows:

Friday, Jan. 17, at 1:45 p.m.,

Songs and Experiences, G. Al Al-leyne;
leyne; Al-leyne; 2 p.m., Pursuing my Pur Purpose
pose Purpose in life as a Pioneer, H. A.

Miller; 2:15 p.m., Jehovah Brings
the Increase, W. R. Gilks; 2:43

p.m., Find your Place in the New
World Society, F. H. McPherson;

3:15 p.m., Show Respect for Jeho Jehovah's
vah's Jehovah's rganization, G. A. Luning;
3:45 p.m., Theocratic Ministry

School, W. T. Campbell; 6:45 p.m.,

Songs and Experiences, D. Mar

shall; 7:15 p.m., Faith on the
March, G. W. Thomas; 7:45 p.m.,

Your Service Meeting, L. O. Rog

ers; 8:45 p.m., Teaching and
eeping Kour Youthful Ministers,
A. V. Raper;

iSOBt NkUVIM STATE OF UNION MESSAGE This was the scene in the House Cham Chamber
ber Chamber as President Elsenhower delivered his State of the Union Message to a joint session
of Contra. Oh rostrum behind Mr. Eisenhower art Vice president Nixon (left) and
House Speaker 8am Rsyburn.

Actress Sarah Churchill

Jailed On Drunk Charge

MALIBU, Calif., Jan. 14 (UP)- Deputy Barney Miller and his
Actress Sarah Churchill, daughter partner, George Gentzvin, said the
of "Britain's Sir Winston Churchill, daughter of Britain's wartime
WIS arrested on a plain drunk prime minister was in an "ob-
eharge today. Sheriff's deputies viously drunk condition" whan
handcuffed her after they said she they arrived at the home at 8 a.m.
caused a disturbance at her home.
The deputies said that Whan
Deputies said they went to her they started driving her to the
borne after the telephone company station she began cursing, kick-
aoraplained a woman had been ing and hitting at them and finally
using abusive language on the tel- had to be handcuffed and carried
ephone for about two hours. into the station when they arrived.

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Bee "THE PAJAMA GAME" in colors starring Doris Day
d co-staTriag John Mattt and Carol Haney OPENING
TOMORROW AT THE IUX.

She was wearing slacks snd a

blouse and carried no identifica

tion when arrested.

An NBC television spokesman
said the actress hsd failed to ap appear
pear appear at the studio this morning
for rehearsals. She has a starring

role in the production of "The
Makropoulos Secret" on NBC's

Matinee Theater.

Miller said whan the officers
first arrived the actress began

warning them the United States

was aoomea.

"W didn't want to main an

trouble,". he said, "and my part-
.nl T AiAJ 1..-. f

uvi uiu a ucuwu tu xcave.
But he said when they returned
to their car. 'Miss Churchill ran

out and jumped into Gentzvin

"She still hH a drink, f r.m

in her hand." Millar iiiri adHino

she wouldn't leave When ordered

irom the patrol car.
Miller declared that a battle an
sued with the actress and hi tapir,

et was torn and the lining ripped

out.

"She kept up the cussing and

lauung about now London was so

ing to bomb the United States,"
Miller continued. "She said 'There
will always be an England, but
I'm not too sure of the United

States.'
The officer said when she. eon

tinued refusing to leave the car

she was warned they would take

her to the station.

She told us, 'Go to hell, you're
not going to book me,'" Miller

said.

Following the booking, Miss
Churchill was transferred ta

county jail.

About five years ago, she wss
involved in a dispute with the
owner of s hamburger restaurant

who accused her of refusing to

surrender a drink of beer at the
legal 2 a.m. closing time in California.

Goldwater Appeals
To Colleagues
for Full Support
WASHINGTON, Jan., 14 (UP) (UP)-Sen.
Sen. (UP)-Sen. Barry M. Goldwater (R-Ariz)

Mid today be bad appealed to
all senators to back bis bill calling
for a national right-to-work law
prohibiting union shop contracts.
"It is my sincere belief that

the only means by which the un
ions of this country can help them

selves out of their present dif

ficulties is legislation which will
make trade unionism voluntary

rattier than compulsory," he told

them in a letter.
Goldwater said "voluntary" un

ionism was desirable and .should

be encouraged by the federal gov government
ernment government but that "compulsory"

unionism was inconsistent with

our form of government.

M. G. HENSCHEL

Saturday, Jan. 18. 1:45 p.m..

Baptism Public Declaration of

Dedication, W. R. Gilks; 2:30 p.m.,
Pursuing My Purpose in Life as a

Member of Bethel Family, W. Nic

hols O.; 2:45 p.m- Serving Where
Need Is Great, G. A. Luning; 3c 15

p.m., Keep Your Eye on the Prize,

W. A. Campbell; 3:45 p.m., Do
Not Loiter at Your Business, W. T.

Campbell; 3:55 p.m.. Do Not Loi

ter as a Pioneer, J. Williams; 4:65
p.m., Do Not Loiter as a Publish Publisher,
er, Publisher, A. Kerr; 6:30 p.m., Songs and

Experiences, V. Marshall; 7:30 p.
m., Pleasing Jehovah, R. N.
Brown; 7:45 p.m., Pleasing Jeho Jehovah
vah Jehovah by Preaching, R. G. Browne;

8:00 p.m., By Living Up to His

Word, L. Rogers; 8;30 p.m., Ap Appreciating
preciating Appreciating Your Privileges, W. R.
Gilks;

Sunday, Jan. 19, 2 p.m., Do All
Things Jehovah's Way, F. Kiefer;
2:30 p.m., Reviewing The Watch Watch-tower
tower Watch-tower Lesson, F. H. McPherson;

3:00 p.m., Become Seasoned by
Knowledge. W. T. Campbell; 3:30

.m., vuiuvaung mgni uesires,
If. R- Gilks; 4 p.m., Isolation or

Association?, G. A. Luning; 8 p.

m., iuwie Meetm; A New Song

For AH Men of Good Will" M. G.
Henschel;

Monday, Jan. 20, 1:45 p.m..

Songs and Experiences, H. A. Mil Miller;
ler; Miller; 2 p.m., Keep Balanced in AU
Things, L. Rogers; 2:30 p.m., Study
with a Purpose, R. G. Browne; 3
p.m., Feed My Sheep in House to
House Witnessing, R. N. Brown;

3:11 p.m., Through Magazine

Placements, W. Nichols O.; 3:22
p.m., On Back-Cals, G. Alleyne;

3:33 p.m., At Bible Studies, W. R.

Gilks; 3:44 p.m., During Incidental

Witnesing, I. Maldonado; 4 p.m.,

Discourse, jh. Henschel.

Carnavaliro Hop
Set For Feb. 22
At Juan Diaz
Invitations a Mechanic's Car

navalito Hop" were issued last

wekk at a committee meeting of
the Isthmian Star Lodge No 13.
The dance is scheduled tor Feb.

u 10m l p.nv to midnight at
Juan Disz with door prizes and

music by Al Martin and his or
chestra.

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DULLES BRIEFS COMMITTEE Secretary of State' John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles (left) confers with Rep. Thomas Gordon (D-UD,
chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Dulles
was summoned before the committee to brief members on
the world situation.

11 INJURED IN TRAIN DERAILMENT This was the scene at Portage, Wis., after 11 of
17 cars of the Milwaukee Road's Pioneer Limited jumped the track. Eleven railway mail
clerks in a baggage car which overturned were injured.

Teacher To Appeaj

Decision Denying
Him U.S. Passport
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP) -Federal
Judge Richmond Keech
today dismissed a -suit by Corliss
Lamont, Columbia University phi

losophy instructor and author, lo

torce the state Department to is issue
sue issue him a passport.
Lamont, 58, re used to answer
the passport ap'ication question
whether he ever had been a Com Com-munistion.
munistion. Com-munistion. He said a citizen has
"a natural right to travel without
regard to his political or economic
views."
The State Department then re refused
fused refused to process his application,
saying he had not competed it.
His suit challenged 1956 passport
regulations. The U. S. Court of
Appeals previously uphe'd similar
regulations under which artist
Rockwell Kent and psychiatrist
Dr. Walter Briehl were denied
passports after they refused to
say whether they had been Com Communists.
munists. Communists. The Briehl and Kent cases are

being appea ed to the Supreme

Court.

Judge Keech dismissed Lamont's

suit on the basis of the Court o

Appeals ruling.

Lamont said he will appeal.

NFF E Registers Strong Opposition
To Reduction In Federal Personnel

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Maengkom, Justice minister of
Indonesia, has ordered the ex expulsion
pulsion expulsion of all Dutch nationals
from his country. The Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian government also ordered
the closing of all-Netherlands

consulates.

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another actor who has turned

iwDoy u nae we tv range.
He's seen everv wak o tn

star of "Restless Gun." It's not
all straight "bang.bang" stuff,
says Payne, noting a trend in
the "adult" western. Comedy
characters and situations help
relieve the tension.

Strong ow" to the announc announced
ed announced plan of Rep. Ben. F. Jedsen
(R.-Ia.) tb se:' the imposition u
an arbitrary 10 per cent reduc reduction
tion reduction in federal personnel has bson
Iced by Vaux'Owen, presi" rr.
of the National Federation of Fe Federal
deral Federal Employef.
Jensen has stated that he will
try to have a "rider" attaclkd to
each appropriation bill permitting
the filling of only one m every
three vacancies. This is a new
version of the Jensen riders ap approved
proved approved in 195? and 1953, and which
brought in their train a variety

of costly administrative problems.

"lne iNrr E will oppose this
proposed new rider as it opoosed

ihose enacted previously," Owen
declared, 'because all experience
proves that arbitrary, m,nt-axe
methods of any kind do not serve
the cause of true economy or ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency in the oublic service. It

also has been shown conclusively
that efforts, no matter how well

intentioned, to p. :orm a purely
administrative function 1 y egisla egisla-''"i
''"i egisla-''"i usually are ineffective snd
expensive in the long run.
"The J JFFE does not believe that
any Federal d tmeht or agency
should have even one more em employe
ploye employe than it needs o do its job

properly in the nJjnai interest.
' before, and we say
agam, that overstaffing and under under-.
. under-. are twin tvUs. Usually
tut certainly not alwars, they stem
from inept administration. But
these are evils which can not be
corrected nrnnprlv W

board legislative action oi by the

mcdi-axe appro. nowever mo modified.
dified. modified. They key to this-poblem
is Improved ; '.a: .istraton, based
on sound and progressive person personnel
nel personnel policies through Which the fe federal
deral federal govern., ent far un full

to its responsibilities as the Na-

. .ns largest emp'oyer an em employer
ployer employer upon whose effectiveness"
the security t: tf Nation rests
in largest measure.
"When Wislalinn i mnlnv.J

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to accomplish an administrative
taskvthw situa" n, on the record,
generally is worsened rather than
bettered.

"Graphic example'" lo the Fe Fe-dersl
dersl Fe-dersl personnel field include not

only the earlier Jensen riders but

ais 'ine wnu.en ndc which has
arb'tr Ily restricted promotions,
creating in many cases inteler inteler-able
able inteler-able situations which have lost to
the Government employes whose
special skills could ill be spared."

310 Students Expected At Opening
Of New Class At Caribean School

Three hundred and ten new stu

dents from 14 American nations

are expected to be present for the

opening of the new elass at the
U.S. Army Caribbean School at

Fort Gulick on Jan. 20.

Nations which are expected to
have men enrolled in the new

class are Bolivia, Colombia, Costa
Rica, Cuba, Ecuador. El Salvador.

Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Ni

caragua, Peru, Uruguay, venezue
la, and the United States.

Instruction will be offered in the
following courses: light artillery
mechanic, motor officers, wheel

vehicle mechanic, special armor

ers, command and general staff.

Infantry weapons and tactics, mil

itary police enlisted, communica

tions chiefs, radio repair and

gineer officers and engineer non

commissioned officers courses.

AH thaao rniiraM nrnvMa vital

theoretical and practical instruc

tion necessary to the efficient utu-
ization and nnerattnn nf an armv

The lenrth of course varies frnm

eight to 46 weeks, depending on

uic particular curriculum. All
courses are designed to hrina- a.

bout a basis for joint cooperation

Between ail the Armed Forces of
the Western Hemisphere.

The U.S. Armv Caribbean

School, which wss founded in 149,
is designed primarily to give in instruction
struction instruction to Spanish speaking
Americans in U.S. Armv methods

of operation and equipment.

Students of the Latin American
countries are invited to enroll in
the school by the U.S. military
missions in their countries through
the proper military authorities of
the individual nation. The United
States does not charge any tuition

fees. Students attending the School
live in quarters commensurate
with their rank the same as Unit

ed states Army personnel are

quartered.

The overall mission of the school

is to sat as an available training
ground for the development of

mutual hemisnhene defense a-

gainst potential aggressors.

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hio'ihkr OF 11 CHILDREN DIES IN CRASH Firemen and a frogman at Ashland, Mass.,
stramleto extricate tnVbody of Mrs. Ouistina Puntini,4. mother of U chJJdren. from
the wreckage of her car which skidded into the Sudbury River during a heavy snow storm.

A son of Mrs. Puntini was rescued from the Icy waters

St. Peter's Benefit
Society Elects
Kaw Officer's
At the first meeting of the St.
Peter's Mutual Bene.it- Society
held t their new meeting olace,
the parish hall of the St. Alban's
Church, Paraiso, the following
oficers were elected for the 1958
term.
Karl L. Harris, president; Chris
E. Haywood, vicepresident; Au Au-renrtei
renrtei Au-renrtei A. Hall, general secretary;
Ivan E. Haywood, asst. secretary;
Eulene A. Harris, asst to the ce ce-cretariei;
cretariei; ce-cretariei; Arthur Riney, treasurer
Evelyn Hinds, warden; Egbert
Best, Herman Bayne and William
Mytie, trustees.
Members also elected to the
management committee are M.
Pond. C. Blackman, F. Jones, W.
Johnson, L. George, E. Joqes and
Inez McKenzie. Scrutinizers are
W. Pond, C. Atherley and P. Ash Ashley,
ley, Ashley, -Sick visitors appointed are
S. Hinds, D. Thomas, F. Undo
and I. Grif ith.
Installation of officers will take
place at the rfext meeting of Jan.

Just Right Club

installs Officers
The Jjist Right social and sport sporting
ing sporting e ud held us installation u of officer,
ficer, officer, at the home of Mrs.' Waln Waln-nilred
nilred Waln-nilred James, in Paraiso last
Friday .night.
Of icers installed were D. Dot Dot-tingp
tingp Dot-tingp president; Amy Grant, vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; L. McClean, secretary,
Chris E. Haywood, business ma manager;
nager; manager; V. Martin, chaplain; L.
Craig, and E. Fields, trustees.
The master of ceremonial was
Ernest Fields, who also instated
the sew o f icers and took charge
of thort program and buffet that
iollowed thereafter.
The next meeting of the club has
been announced for Friday, Jan.
24, at the home of Amy Grant,
302-E, Santa Cruz,
All members are requested to
be present to discuss matters per pertaining
taining pertaining to the outing to the Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian village of Veracruz, where
the movie, "The Naked and the
Dead" is being filmed.

23 commencing at i p.m. Meetings
of the Society are now being
held on the second and fourth
Tursday at 54 Alban's parish hall.

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rArmy sernt adopted the children. Carol Ann xe,
to be i bi Christmas tor the youngster and their new pawnta

Baha'ls To Sponsor
Lecture By Noted

Anthropologist
The Baha'is o. the Canal Zone
WJ lP?nsored a free lecUire an
movies to be given by Dr. Ear e
.Reynolds tomorrow, at 8 p.m. 'n
the Curundu Community Center.
Dr. Reynolds is an nthpol nthpol-gist
gist nthpol-gist who has done research work
for the U. S. government on the
Sects6 of radiation is mroshim

tically nothing bout .sailing.
The Reynolds family consists o'
Dr Eare, Mrs. Barbara Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds their $on Ted 1?, Jessica
13? and- a Japanese friena. Niu
Makami. They have visited Tahi Tahiti,
ti, Tahiti, Australia, Gocos Islands, Mail
ri ius Islands, ports around the
rPe of Good.fiope St. Helena
Islnad. Ascension Island, razu,
New York and arrivd inaC
in December. Last Thursday they
Sansited the. Canal i" prepara preparation
tion preparation for leaving for Japan via
Sagos Island.
lands, and Hawaiian Islands.
Mr. Reynolds writes family stori stories
es stories for Scribners .g
pany and has a lively faml'y of
n own. Besides the son and
daughter who are traveling with
themt they have a son in the
n. S. Army language school in
California.
Judge Turns Down
Motion To Stop

Steel Merger
NEW YORK, Jan. 14 (UPV-A
federal judge today turned down
a gwrS motion for a sum sum-mS
mS sum-mS judiment to block a merger
of Bethlehem Steel Corp., and
YouSstwn Sheet & :Tube do. He
ordered a trial to determine the
trial date.
The government sought a wm-
rpmber 1956.
Weinf'eld ruled the sumnftry
judgment rule under wh cn the
government acted did not appy
to this case. He said .it would
be sound judicial administration
to permit a trial for admission
o any relevant additional evi evidence
dence evidence and clarification.
"Si
Bethlehem is the nation's second
largeit steel producer ahd

youngaiuwu iou 1, ,u
ernment claims a merger of the
two would reduce competition sub-

stantiaiiy or unu -&"v-

We&eld held in a. nine-page

opinion that sucn an f.,-'u
be determined only m a trial.

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case involves analyses of aspects
of the iron and steel industry on
" '.u. nl Will

a nauonwiac,

level.
Famed Jesse Lasky
Collapses, Dies
In Front Of Hotel
TUT-irtruT v TnT.iJ? Calif.. Jan

j TT1Tilwi ninnflftr Jesse h.

Lasky collapsed and died today
in front of the Beverly-Hilton Ho-

tel. i j
t .irv who was 78. was stand

Ing at the motor court i entrance
c the hotel waiting for hia car
when he died. Only minutes ear ear-v,
v, ear-v, y,a finished addressing

a book review group, discussing
his own recently published book,
"I Blow My Own Horn."
The white-haired producer, who
was born in San Francisco on
Sept. 13, 1880, was pronounced
dead by the house physician.
During the book review meet meeting,
ing, meeting, the famed producer appeared
the picture of health.
Lasky's wife, son and a daugh
ter, summoned to the scene im immediately,
mediately, immediately, arrived after he had
died. The three had been on a
movie set with Cecil B. DeMille
during the filming of the "Buc "Buccaneers"
caneers" "Buccaneers" when they received the
call that Lasky had colapsed.
DeMille was a long-time close
friend of Lasky.

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Cerveza Balboa (Benedict 3-2 and Spencer 1-1) vs.
Carta Vieja. (Davie 6-2 and Umbricht 1-2).
Game time 6 o'clock.

Bayer, Other Pros To Arrive
Monday For Panama Open

George (Poco PelO Biter, j

former Washington Redskins foot

ball star, will arrive next Monday

to compete in the 1358 ranaraa

Open Golf Invitational tournament
according to an announcement by

the tournament committee ot tne

Panama Golf Club last nignt
The committee also announced

that Arnold Palmer, whose entry
in the Panama Open was announc announced
ed announced a few days ago, will, play

under the banner of Chesterfield
piearettes. and that Dow Fiuster-

wald will be sponsored by the Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Co.
Art Wall, Jr., will play this year
under the sponsorship of Fidanque

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plenty opportunity to take all the

pictures they desire.
Dick Dehlinger, chairman of the
tournament committee, said yes yesterday
terday yesterday that Doug Ford, Arnold
Palmer, Dow Finsterwald, Wall,
Bayer would all arrive Monday.
The remaining professionals, who
arrivals will be announced later
this week, will arrive on Monday
as well.
An interesting tidbit has been
dug up by the tournament com committee,
mittee, committee, as follows:

Birdies in the 1957 Open Finished

Ford 21 1
De Vicenzo 20 4
Finsterwald 18 2
Palmer 16 6
Eaglet in the 1957 Open Hole
Palmef 1 17
Sanders 1 5
Cerda 1 3

For those local players having

missed eagles on No. 5 (the long

est hole on the Panama course
547 yards) they can take satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction in the fact that only Doug
Sanders did it in 1957. Any local
golfer making an eagle on No. 5

is eotited to the solid gold Ca

dillac.
Golf fans wishing to attend the
biggest sport event to hit Pana Panama
ma Panama each year can get their tick tickets
ets tickets at all military posts and Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian golf clubs. Tickets are on
sale at $5 for the four days of
the tournament ($3 to military per personnel),
sonnel), personnel), and $1 for the tickets to
the golf clinic.
After the clinic, all ticket hold holders
ers holders are invited to attend a cock cocktail
tail cocktail party in the Panama Golf
Club clubhouse, presented Sea Seagram's;
gram's; Seagram's; represented in Panama
by Cia Cyrnos, S.A. At this party,
the "Calcutta pool") will be held.
Tripleta tickets are now on sale
at the Golf Club.

brothers. Roberto De Vicente, as give all amateur photographers

announced yesterday, win te spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Tabacalera Istmena (Vi

ceroy).

Bayer, a tremendously popular
player at the Panama course, did

fairly well in bis 1957 pro season,

capping it oil by winning the Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian Open in July. His tie for

second place in the Kansas City
Open Invitational was punctuated

oy a one score of 282, compared
with his 281 and fifth place in
the Panama' Open. in 1957.

Popularly termed the "Seattle

Slugger". Bayer joined the ranks

of the PGA professionals on tour
as a reformed professional foot football
ball football player. He is a mammoth-

sue man standing six feet five
inches and weighing 240 pounds.
Contrary to a tradition that has
been growing in recent years in
circuit play, Bayer shows mat

promise of becoming an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding tournament player in spite of
his prodigious clouts off the tee.

those who have watched him

perform with the long irons at
the golf clinics can testify with
their annual "ohs" and "ahs" as

he drives the little -white pellet
out of sight over No. 4 tee from
the clubhouse clinic area.

He played a considerable amount

of golf before his collegiate days
at Washington University, but fol following
lowing following his graduation he signed
a grid contract with the Washing Washington
ton Washington Redskins. He returned to golf
in 1951 and in 1954 be decided to

play the game for more than rec

creational activity.

His proclivity for beltine a coif

ball is so fantastic that he slugs

penet out of shape after onlv

three or four holes, and carries
a measuring ring to make certain
that the ball in play stays with

in the bounds of regulation. By

actual measurement, Bayer has
hit a ball 420 yards at Las Vegas

(where everything is done In a

spectacular fashion) and in a re

corded driving contest, has pow

ered a ball over a green 365 yards

trom ihe tee. His contestants just

walk away from the tee and con

cede the prize.

Lately, however, Bayer has been

improving his scoring in the tour

neys along the PGA gold dust

tour, and it is laid to his willing willingness
ness willingness to forego the attempt to clout
the ball nine miles off the tee in
favor or greater accuracy.

uayer came in 12th in the mo

ney chase during the 1957 season,
winding up with an official total

of $17,657.21 (the 21 cents for ear

iare).

Jimmy Ridge, in charge of pro programs
grams programs announced that an "Open
maganize" will be distributed free

to fans who buy tickets for the

open.
It'll have, according to Ridge.

pictures, stories, past records

and results of all players in the

coen, and will have a total of
36 pages.

The tournament committee aga-n
announced that, no cameras will
be allowed On the course during
the tournament, except for nro-

fessional photographers. All other

pictures must he taken during the
golf clinic which will take place
at 4:30 p.m., Wednesday,. Jan.
22, near the cluhouse. At the cli clinic,
nic, clinic, the pros will display all shots,
starting with the wedge and go going
ing going through to the driver, and
exhibiting how to make the vari various
ous various shots with each club. This will

BHS-JC Open
School Baseball

Season Tonight

Balboa High School will play

host to their cross campus rivals

from Junior College tonight in

what will be the first game of the

Interscholastic League baseball

season. The original opener was

rained out at Mt. Hope last week,
so it falls to this two clubs to get
things off to a flying start. The

first pitch should Me sailing plate plate-ward
ward plate-ward along about 7 p.m; at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium tonight.

The Bulldogs are the defending

champs and will be out to take

home the title for the fifth conse

cutive year. Junior College, on ihe

other hapd, should have one of its

stronger teams which win mean

plenty of trouble for th? h i g h

school boys.

The rival ccaehes. Larry Horme

of BHS and Stu Brown of J. C.

haven't made public, their choices
for the starting pitching assign

ment but an educated guess would
say Ronnie Mead for the colle collegians
gians collegians and Lorn Kirkland for Ihe

school boys.
Mead didn't play baseball while

in high schcol so if he gets the nod
from TrCwn his stuff will be some some-thirr
thirr some-thirr n?w lor the oiwosirx mat

ters to look at. Kirkland played

outfield aha caught for the Bull

dogs last year, but has had some
experience on the mound in the
twilight league and teenage league.

Pitching is estimated to tne trom

70 to 90 percent of winning base

ball, so it wouldn't be too tar on

to say thtt whoever the starting

hurlers are, on their shoulders win
rest the greater part of the final

outcome.

Atlantic Twiloop

Vs. Rain Tonight
At Mount Hope

Chesterfield
Whips Clayton

In an exhibition game at Fort

Clayton's Jarman Field, the Ches

terfield Smokers pounded two Ca

valier pitchers for 13 safeties and

convincing 10-3 triumph last

night.

The Panama professionals struck

early in the arc-light encounter
and coasted to their victory be

hind the combined pitching efforts
of winning hurler, Anselmo Co-

rrea, and Justo Hudson.

Led by the bitting of Clyde Par

ris, an outstanding "sticker" with

Montreal in the International

League, the Smokers pulled away
to a 10-0 lead after the first four

and one half innings. Before being

pulled out in the fifth for a sub,

Parris pounded out three straight
hits (two doubles and a single)

and scored two runs.

Other hitting stars for the down

towners were Carlos Heron with a

homerun, Pablo Bernard with a

pair of safeties, Bobby Prescott

with a single and two walks and

Eddie Napoleon with two line sin

gles to left field.
Cavalier outfielder Walt Sauer-

brun stole the show at the plate for
the host team with a homerun and

triple. Both blows were nit w

Correa.

Manning Weaver suffered the de

feat. He was relieved in the fifth
inning by another righthander Joe

Donahue.

Standing v
Atlantic Twilight Baseball
Teams w L Pet

roweus l o i.ooo

wia-Aiumnt o o .000
Mercury Outboard 0 o .000
CH.S. 0 1 .000

Tonight' Oame
CH.S. V CHS-ALUMNI
By TREVOR SIMONS

Heavy weekend downpours mln

sent baseball players running for
cover and the first Atlantic Twi Twilight
light Twilight League double-header sched

uled for Mt. Hope Stadium last
Sunday afternoon was placed on

the "postponed" list. Of the four

scheduled games thus far this

year, only one the opener be

tween Powells and CHS, has been

played.

Again hoping for dry weather.

11. . i .... 11 l-. t . 1

me Auamrc i wuigm League scnea

ules the debut of the CHS-ALUM

NI nine tonight against Cristobal

High School. Either John Coffey
or Raul Swalm will be Bill Hughes'
selection to start for the Alumni,
from Bill Gibson and George Kirk

land to try and get the High school
ers into the win column. 1

Sports Briefs

DUNCAN WINS TOURN5Y

RYE, Esgland (UP) Anthony

Duncan, 43-year old British Walk
er Cuo golfer, beat Richard Gardi

ner-HUl. 3 and & Sunday to win

the Oxford and Cambridge Golfing
Society's tournament for the pres president's
ident's president's putter. Duncan also won

(the tournament 10 years ago.

SLAVS MAKES DEBUT

NEW YORK (UP)- Velisa Mu

gosa, a 26-year old student from
Yugoslavia, wi'l make his Ameri

can track debut next Saturday

sight in the Boston K of C meet

Mugosa has run 1500 meters in
3:43 the equivalent pf a 4:02

mm.

Yankees Tackle 2nd Place

derveza Balboa At Stadium

In Twi-night Doubleheader

0

The well-rested, front running Carta Vitja
Yankees, who have not played since last Wednesday
night, return to the league wars tonight against the
second plac Cerveza Balboa Beermen at the Olyia.
pic Stadium in a twi-night doubleheader.

Although the Yankees have

been idle for five complete days,
they fio back into action with the
same one-game margin they en

joyed when their "vacation" be

gan.

Last Wednesday they split a twin

bill with the Beermen and then
the Beermen and the Smokers di divided
vided divided a bargain bill Friday to
make the situation in the standings
remain the same.

A change would have come a-

bout had the Smokers and Beer

men gone through with their sched

uled contest at Colon Stadium Sun

day morning, but the game was
postponed because of wet grounds.

If the Yankees take two tonight

they will increase their leaA te
three full games. If the Beermen

win twice they will move into top
spot by one game over the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. The Yanks will send righthander
Jerry Davie, the winningest pitch pitcher
er pitcher in the loop with a 6-2 record, a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst lefty Dave Benedict, who is
three-and-two on the season in the
lidlifter which is set for seven
frames.
Carta Vieja's Jim Umbricht, 1-1
will oppose Lev Spencer, 1-1, in the
afterpiece.
In nine meetings this season
Cerveza Balboa has beaten Carta
Vieja five times, for a one-game
edge.

sf j. hwud&on pi.

Dodgers To Play
r58 Homes Games
At Wrigley Field

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 14 (UP) -The
Los Angeles Dodgers finally
have decided where they will play
their 1958 home games maybe.
Dodger President Walter C. O'-

Malley called a hurried press con conference
ference conference yesterday to announce in
a nrenared statement:

Negotiations to use Pasadena's
famed Rose Bowl had collapsed.

The Dodgers would USfe bandbox-sized
Los Angeles Wrigley

Field for their 1958 home base.
But then he tempered the latter
statement by saying, in answer to
a question, he had "not altogether
ruled out the possibility" of using
the massive Los Angeles Memorial
Coliseum.
Then, he quickly added, "But at
the moment, the decision to play
in Wrigley Field is final."
He did announce he would meet
with Los Angeles Mayor Norris
Poulson, to "discuss" the Coliseum
and Wrielpv Field. Poulson. in a

followup statement to O'Malley's
announcement, said that Wrigley
Field was a "splendid structure"

but added that the Coliseum "is

the best place available."
The Dodgers own Wrigley Field,

securing it as part of the deal
which transferred the now defunct

Los .Angeles Angels from the Chi
cago Cubs family to the Dodgers.

It is small in comparison to most

Major League parks. It also has
such problems as short foul lines,
practically no public parking facil

ities, and a non-too-accessible loca
tion.

MILWAUKEE Braves farm

hand Humberto Robinson says he

is willing to try to develop a three three-quarter
quarter three-quarter or overhand delivery if
Milwaukee Brave coaches suggest
that he do so at the Braves' Bra Bra-denton,
denton, Bra-denton, Fla., training camp this

spring.
Robby made the statement in
response to a query after he had
read a recent article in which Wid
C. Matthews, liaison representa representative
tive representative of the Braves, was quoted as
saying that the sidearmer would
probably eatfp a regular berth with
Milwaukee if he had an alternate
delivery.
Matthews said Robinson, who
has been up for three short spells
with the Braves, had great talent
and potential but would not be
sufficiently effective against left
hand hitters in the majors, using
only sidearm pitches.

Robinson agreed there is consid considerable
erable considerable logic to the theory and re revealed
vealed revealed that he does "come over
some more" when facing left hand
swingers, but he added that he has

more confidence in his natural
sidewheeling style, and that is why

he has been reluctant to change.

The 27-year-old Colon-born six-

footer, whose regular weight is a-

round 150 pounds, says he feels

somewhat dejected about not hav having
ing having made the majors permanently
and is willing to try anything that

may contribute to his staying up

there.

He said this was not the first

time the "c h a nge-of-delivery"

matter had been brought up by

Braves representatives.

18 games with the Toronto Maple

Leafs.
He said he was treated royally
in Toronto and if he didn't make
the .majors this season, he hoped
he would be sent back to the Leafs.
Robby, who expects to leave
Panama Feb. 21 to begin working
out with the Braves under the hot
Florida sun, said he will leave his
flashy 1958 automobile, which he
calls his "pride and joy," in Colon
until he knows to what club he has
been assigned.
After that he'll have his car
shipped to the States.

ASKED why he has been a hold holdout
out holdout before the start of the last two
Pro League seasons, Robinson who
is easily among the top ten minor
league pitchers, had a' ready an answer.
swer. answer. He said he considers himself as
good or better than any imported
hurler in the local loop and has
nothing against his Chesterfield
club paying their importees big

Ethel Perantie Wins

January PWGA Tourney

Ethel Peranite turned in a groi-

75 (net 63) to win over forty otu-

er lady golfers last Saturday at

the Summit Hills Golf and coun

try Club.

Other winners were:

Pearl Trim t
Eve Wright 69
Val Lucas 69
Maggis Dalton 69
Bev Dilfer 70
WHma Riley ,70
Ruth Tortorici 70
Nellie Smith 70
Pat Waring 71
Linda Longmore 71
Beth Daugherty 71
Connie Bishop 72
Irene Robinson 72
Cleo Burns 72
Helen Owens 72

Included in Saturday's toumout
were three new members: Edna
Dales, Phyllis Mansfield and Eve

Monteith.

Louise Jones, PWGA club re representative
presentative representative at Summit, distribut distributed
ed distributed the prizes. Each month, in ad addition
dition addition to the prizes purchased from

PWGA funds, are donations which

help so much in making the PWGA

tournaments successful. Regular

donors are:
Jack Schor House of Lords
Scotch.
Destiladora Nacional Age Age-wood.
wood. Age-wood. ..
Pan American Airways Flight
Bags.
Three surprise gifts were'woweV
ed by the Summit Club to those
girls who had worked the hardest.
Clare Godby received a bottle of

champagne, and Helen Thompson
and Fran Twomey also received
interesting bottles.
The new PWGA president for
1958, Pat Waring, had some very
interesting announcements to
make.
1. The 1958 PWGA interclub
matches will be played in Februa February.
ry. February. Four man teams, each with
two alternate players, will be made
up from the lowest handicap play players
ers players at each club. Handicaps in
effect Jan. will be the basis for se selecting
lecting selecting team players. Teams will
be competing for the beautiful sil silver
ver silver cup donated several years ago
by Mercurio Jewelers. The Pana

ma team has won the cup for

tne last two years in a row and
one more win will retire the cup
to Panama Golf Club.
2. Summit Hill Golf and Coun

try Club will be host to two of

the outstanding golf tournaments
of the year. Qualifying rounds for
the Bestball tournament, sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by Destiladora Nacional, begins
for lady golfers, around the .first
of February.
3. Two weeks after the (Bestball
tournament, the Juvenia Tourna Tournament,
ment, Tournament, sponsored by Mecurio Je Jewelers,
welers, Jewelers, will be held.
Watch the papers for exact dates
thse tournaments will be held.
Despite the fact that some of
the girls complained that the cups
on the greens were too small and

some of the late starters were

caught in a dry season shower.

all PWGA. members enjoyed the

warm welcome extended by the

staff of the Summit Hill Golf and

Country Club and look forward

to playing there again soon.

ROBBY was the biggest winner

in the Class AAA International
League last summer where he won

"But" he continued, "1 cn see

no reason why I should male less
than any of those guys. I have
proven what I can do here in Pan Panama
ama Panama and in the States over the
years. Down here I usually work
harder and win more than other
pitchers who are making more
money, and I can't accept that as
fair."
Robinson said he could beg off
from his regular turn sometimes
on the pretext of having "a slight
sore arm" or other similar excus excuses,
es, excuses, but he explained that he likes
to work and developed the habit
long ago of putting out his best ef efforts
forts efforts at all times.
The guy does appear to have a
good reason for his beef.

Even Triple Teaming FaUs
To Stop Cinci's Robertson

They triple teamed Oscar Ro Robertson
bertson Robertson and even quadruple-teamed
him but Cincinnati's hot-shot
sophomore wrecked all the man maneuvers
euvers maneuvers by taking over the national
scoring leadership with a 35-point
performance against North Texas
State.
Robertson's exhibition came in
a 127-57 victory over North Texas
Saturday night and it catapulted
him ahc.d of Wit (The Stilt)
Chamberlin of Kansas for the na nation's
tion's nation's scoring lead.
The spectacular 19-year-old Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati ace now has a scoring
average of 32.3. to Chamberlain's
32,2.
Despite the fact that North
Texas State put three and some sometimes
times sometimes four men on him at times,
Robertson also had 22 rebounds
and 12 assists.
Eclipsed Upsets
So brilliant was his performance
that it completely eclipsed a pair
of major upsets that took place
Saturday night also.
Maryland toppled third-ranked
North Carolina, 74-61, while Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech handed previously-unbeaten
Mississippi State its first
defeat in 12 games, 78-61.
The Maryland North Carolina
contest was even until near the
end of the first half when the
Terrapins opened a 30-23 lead. At
one point during the second half,
Maryland led by as many as 20
points and although the Tar Heels
narrowed the gap they failed to
avert their second defeat in 13
games so far this season. Al Bun Bun-ge
ge Bun-ge was high man for Maryland
with 14 points.
A pair of guards, Terry Randall
and Buddy Blenker, Were the
sparkplugs in Georgia Tech's up upset
set upset win over the 11th ranked Mis-

. a Mat k

sissippj state Maroons, menxer
pumped in 27 points and Randall
23 while center Jim Johnson of
the Yellow Jackets held Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi State star Bailey Howell to
13 points.
No. 1 Wins 12th
West Virginia, the country's NO.
1 team, rolled to its 12th consecu consecutive
tive consecutive victory by smothering Geor George
ge George Washington. 93-66. The losers
battled valiantly, pulling abreast
of the Mountaineers, 29-29, during
the first half but West Virginia
took the lead before the half-time
intermission and never relinquish relinquished,
ed, relinquished, it thereafter.
Seventh-ranked Bradley employ employed
ed employed a full court press to rout Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, 116-80. The total represented
Bradley's all-time high.
Bob Vernon sank two free
throws with five seconds left in
the second overtime to give Duke
a 76-75 triumph over North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina State. Whitey Bell of North
Carolina State was individual high
scorer with 29 points.
Larry Hedden registered 21
points in leading Michigan State
to an 84-75 triumph over Purdue,
while St. Louis opened defense of
its Missouri valley Conference
title with a 61-47 victory over
Drake.
Oklahoma state extended its
winning streak to 10 games with
a 51-53 win over Tulsa, and Bob
Litzow scored 19 points in leading
Wisconsin to a 67-64 conquest ot
Ohio State.
In over games, Rutgers nipped
Penn State, 64-69; St. Joseph's de defeated
feated defeated Xavier of Ohio, 70-68;
Northwestern beat Michigan, 93 93-72;
72; 93-72; Indiana topped Illinois, 89-82;
Wake Forest defeated Virginia, 8fc
72, and DePaul beat Duquesne,
63-54.

BDOBTa

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT



THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE MM
Manuel Ycaza Tabbed As Future Great
BROTH
Panama Jockey
2nd to Hartack
With 306 Wins

TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1951

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WATERMARKED PAPER DOLLS Cutting across water, these beauties add a precisely right look to the scene at Cypress
Gardens, Fla. It would take fancy scissoring to duplicate these dolls in paper. Lovelies like these helped to make water skiing.

HQOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Football Scoring System
Undergoes NCAA Change

t--vr rr itmiflTin At f

Carlos Eleta Has oougni a top-, iuuy dk, wmu vuucu uH i-iuj u (UP) The NCAA Foot
. L II.. lU nAH nmnlA4inn tho fifth vino IT .. ...

...t.h mam. rerjortedly the after completing the fifth race

most expensive ever acquired fori was set down 21 days by the

racing purposes here. The mare, track's veterinarian.

ranterina. a four-year-old chest

nut daughter of Chocker-tantare-la,
Is a winner f nine races, in including
cluding including four classic and two spe special
cial special races.
On of Ctnterina's win was
tetrad ovtr Jalisco at approxi approximator
mator approximator ono milt and five-eighths
(2,600 meters). Sh won htr last
race on Dtc. IS.
oOo
A group of six Argentine-bred
two-year-olds five fillies and one
coltwill be auctioned at 5 p.m.
Thursday at Remon racetrack's
paddock. The fillies are Coquille,
Mi Locura, Mi Cautiva, Doble Fi Fi-ja
ja Fi-ja and Loberia. El Pobreton is the
name of the colt.
Prospective buyers must deposit
$225 or ten per cent of the total
value of theanimals to participate
in the bidding. The horses will be
cold to bidders offering the highest

Hflwn navments. but the price of

the animals will not exceed $2,250.
If two or more prospective buy buyers
ers buyers bid the total $2,250, a special
drawing will be held to decide who
gets Hie horse.
oOo

' raffled amonp; the various stritt
(tr classes) Is scheduled for Sun-
i dev. Thf. nmtf tht handicap
will b announced tomorrow.

It had originally been planned to
name the race in: honor of a group
of Veneiuelan engineers who were

scheduled to visit Panama. How However,
ever, However, the engineers will not be a a-ble
ble a-ble to make the trip due to the
present political upheaval in Vene Venezuela.
zuela. Venezuela. oOo
Jose lalavera and Carlos Quiros
were thefonly jockeys suspended
over the 'weekend. Talavera got
four meets for crossing Canoe
(Bias Aguirre) with El Agheila in
Saturday's ninth race. Quiros got
a like penalty for Crossing Filon
(Julio Jimenez Jr.) and Bagdad
(Catalino Iglesias) with Nacho
during Sunday's fourth race.
Edith Piaf, which again refused
to start in Saturday's second race,
was given an indefinite suspension.
Her case has been referred to the

San Cristobal drew a 15-day sus

pension for bleeding from the nose
during Sunday's fourth race. He

had to be pulled up and finished a
distant last.

ouo
Last Sunday before the running

of the Jim Towey Handicap, which

honored the memory of Isthmian

horse racing pioneer James J.
Towey, the President Remon race

track's announcer mentioned that

among the highlights of Towey's
career as a trainer was the fact

that he reared and trained Royal

Eagle, the only local-bred horse

ever to compete against the top

imported thoroughbreds (Class A)
and defeat them.
It Is not the intention of this
writer to detract from Towey's
merits as a trainer, trm turfmen
and gentlemen. However, we are
sure that Old Jim would prefer
to have the facts straightened out.

Rnval Fade, a bie 2rev horse.

was bred out at Juan Franco by
Enrique Medina for the late Don
Arturo Delvalle. Towey broke the

colt and taught him the ABC's of
racing,, Under Towey, Royal' Ea Eagle
gle Eagle raced exclusively against na native,
tive, native, mpctition and even, suffered
defeats by Lena, Pauline and Ex Excuse
cuse Excuse Me. Pauline was owned by

George Williams, who Is still an
ardent turfman."
Delvalle died while Royal Eagle
was under the care of Towey and
he was sold to Humberto Carbone.
The latter turned the big colt over
to Henry (Takeway) White who
scored the greatest triumphs with
the son of Suspiro-Fifi.
Under White's handling, Royal

Eagle climbed through the import imported
ed imported classes from "F" to "A"

and climaxed his ascent with a

surprising post-to-post victory over

the track s best norses, including
President Ernesto de la Guardia's
Administrator, at one mile and
one-eighth with Donald (Sammy)
Ferguson in the saddle.
When Carbone met a premature

Panama Gambling Control Board and untimely death in a nightclub j

for a ruling. stabbing incident, wnite bougnt

ball Rules Committee today
changed the football scoring sys system
tem system to allow a team which has
scored a touchdown to earn two
points for running or passing the
ball over the goal line.
It was the first change In foot football
ball football scoring since the NCAA was
formed in 1906, and will go into
elfect next season.
The vote by the 10 member
committee was unanimous. The
committee, comprised mostly of
football coaches, agreed enthusi enthusiastically
astically enthusiastically that the new rule would
make the game much more inter interesting
esting interesting and lessen the chances of
tie scores.
Under the rule, a team which
has scored a touchdown will be
given the ball on the three yard
Fine instead of the two yard-line
as in the oast. The team will then

have the option of trying for the
traditional conversion boo
have the option of trying for the
traditional conversion boot
through the goal posts, which

would be worth one Doint. or run

nine or passing the ball over the
goal line, which would be

worth two points.

Most Striking Chang
"It is, one of the most striking
changes in football history," said
outgoing rules chairman H. O.
(Frit) Crisler, athletic director of
the University of Michigan and
author of the rule. "It's a progres progressive
sive progressive step and should inject more
drama into football's dullest,
most stupied play."
Crisler, who first suggested the
plan seven years ago, brought it
up againa t this meeting. But yes yesterday
terday yesterday it was tossed into a sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee for study until next,
year.
However, the coaches in the
Rules Change Committee, headed

by Ray Eliot of Illinois, were so

enthused over the plan mat tney

brought it back for consideration

today.

The Rules Committee also voted
to liberalize the substitution rule

and made four .other ruies

changes.
Loosen Substitution

The loosening of the substitu substitution
tion substitution rule was the lirst major
change in that section since the
committee tossed the two-platoon
free substitution rule out of the
window five years ,ago. lit pro provides
vides provides that all substitute players
will be allowed to re-enter each
period one time.
The rule last season permitted
once each quarter.
It changed the kickoff procedure
to penalize a kicking team five
yards for each boot that goes out
of bounds. In the past, the receiv receiving
ing receiving team took control of the ball
at the restraining line, usually the
50, after two consecutive out of
bounds kicks.

Linemen To Move
The coaches also changed the

rule on ineligible receivers. The
new rule permits guards, tackles
only starting players to return

to catch forward passes, to movtl

downfield from the line of scrim

Royal Eagle and continued to own
the speedy native thoroughbred un until
til until he died a victim of tetanus.
No other native racer has climb climbed
ed climbed as high, as Class B among im imported
ported imported horses. The closest was
Running Star which reached Class
C and reeled off 17 victories in one
year.

By ALIX KAHN
ARCADIA, Cabf Jan. 14 (UP)

Put down the name of Manusl
Ycaza as one of Amei'ca's great
riders of the turf in the next few
years that's the opiniou of ome
of the. best judges of iockey per performances
formances performances as they watch the Pa

namanian perform Santa Anita.

Ycaza received ms first real re recognition
cognition recognition the past year when '.e

finished second in North Ameri

ca to Willie Hartack in the num

ber of winners he booted in. The

20-year-old Ycaza had 306 winners.

While it is true that a maiority of
his victories were' suiith of the

border, he proved his ability a-

gainst United States competition
at Golden Gate last fall. And cur

rently at Santa Anita he has won
the respect of his profession rl'h
his hard-riding skill.
Bern Carle Manuel de Yea Yea-it
it Yea-it Jr., tht jockey shortened his
name to Manuel Yceia for id id-ing
ing id-ing purposes. Ycaia, who stands
S feet, 2 Inches tall and makes
IN pounds, was born two blocks
from the racetrack In Panama
City and started hot walking
when he was 5 years eld.
TI.e quiet-spoken rider comes
from a family of jockeys and he
has been around horses all his
life. Trainers say he "sits" a horse
well and gets more out -jf a mount

than most riders.

He learned to ride in Panama

and scored his first U.S. victory
at Longacres racetrack near Seat Seattle.
tle. Seattle. Wash., on June 26, 1954. And

he rode one horse at Santa Anita

that samo y?v, finishing lust.
iBut he became lonesome in the

United States and went ba k to

Mexico where until this year he
did most of ms riding at the III III-podromo
podromo III-podromo dc las Americas in Mexi Mexico
co Mexico City and became one of tliat na nation's
tion's nation's greatest idols.
Ycaza decided to take another
crack at riding n the United States
la-rt summer and after a brief

spell at Calicnte just across the
border, he came to Del Mar.
There his daring style or riding
quickly won him acclaim and a
steward's suspension. Ycaza was
injured the final day of the meet meeting
ing meeting and was several months re recovering
covering recovering completely.
But when the Golden Gate
Fields sear .n started, he astound

ed western turf followers with his
polished performances as he led

the meeting with 54 winners, zi

mage as soon as a forward pass
leaves the thrower's hands.
Previously, ineligible receivers
had to hold their position at the
line of scrimmage until the pass
had been touched by a receiver
or player on the opposing team.
Any act which obviously discon disconcerts
certs disconcerts an offensive team from put putting
ting putting the ball into play, such as
counting in cadence with the of offensive
fensive offensive quarterback by defensive
players, will be considered a
rules violation costing a 15-yard
penalty.
"Actually," said Crisler, "We've
made very few changes. We feel
we've got a wonderful' game as
it stands now, but we dare not
become complacent. The changes
we've made here prove teat
America's football program is
progressive, always searching for
something better."

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Althoueh he' snoke no English a

year ago, Ycaza quickly picked up

the language and now rs a popular
figure among the jockeys who re respect
spect respect his ability and concede

that he eventually will be one of
this country's leading riders just

as he was m Mexico.
Ycaza it compared with joc jockey
key jockey chempion Johnny Longdtn
In the ability to break a hone
fast, out of the gate. And at a
judge of pact ht Is beginning
to be compared with Eddie Ar Ar-care.
care. Ar-care. In the Golden Gate Futurity, for
example, he brought Silky Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan from 20 lengths off the pace
to score a victory.
"I would like a chance to ride
some of the better hor s." Yca

za says. "S'.lky Sulliva is proba probably
bly probably the best I've ridden so far. He
is going to be j nice horse."
Although he owns a 1958 auto automobile
mobile automobile and likes to drive, Ycaza
has little other inU.ests outside, of

riding.

"I get up early and excercise
horses at the trac':," he reports.
"Then I go home and rest until
the races, After I finish riding, I
talk over t next day's mounts

with my agent, look up their past

performances and go to bed."
Ycaza said he adopted his own

sty', of riding when twrely able

to sit on a hors: and has not studi studied
ed studied the form of other top riders to
copy them. But horsem like his
style and given a better break in
mounts he could be among the
leaders before the ; :ur .nds.

Amador Takes

Lead In PAAF
Baseball Loop

The Fort Amador Troopers took

over undisputed possesion of first

in trie Manama Area Armed Force
baseball league Saturday (11 Jan)
afternoon 'with a convincing 13-5
win ovar the Army Atlantic Bush'
hmasters at McCardell Field.
Coupled With Fort Koobe's win
over Albrook AFB Saturday night,
the win pats the Troopers 1- game
in front of therir nearest rivals.

Kobbe, Clayton and Army Atlant

ic. Albrook brings up the rear with
a 1- alate.

boutnpaw Wayne Tolbort was
hit often 9hits) bur the Amador
hurler came through in the spots
to preserve his first win of the year

He had lost a previsus decision to

the Albrook Flyers,

John Shirley, Army Atlantic's

pitcher, was tagged for 13 hists but
it was the defensive play of hit

teamtes that proved costly in the

final outcome. The loss was Shirs!

ey's first of the young season. He

has no wins.

The big hitters for the victors

victors were Mike Rivera, henn
Daniel, and Bruce Nolan all hat
two hits. Army Atlantic's Mick ta talent
lent talent pounded out four for four and
Larry Mocre and Heny Silvas
each collected two safetice.

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1949 Buick Super
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Radio 300.00
1948 Nash Super
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99.
FOR RENT: Three bedrooms
apartment with bathroom, maicf s
room with bath, living, dining
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area. Tel. 33 1 8 1 from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. fa 1-7192 from $ p.m.
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FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment
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hot water, air-eonditioatael,
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Avenue. Panama Tel. 2-1032
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Basketball
Results
Beat
Boston U. 57 Army 56
Dartmouth 82 Columbia 60
Cornell 58 Harvard 55
Pittsburgh 71 Syracuse 68
Connecticut 77 Holy Cross 68
Temple 83 Lafayette 66
Fordham 74 Adelphi 62
Pennsylvania 92 Brown 76
Rutgers 64 Penn State 63
Princeton 79 Yale 77 -Rhode
Island 55 Northeastern 54
W. Virginia 98 6. Washington 66
LaSllle 111 Villanova 105
Massachusetts 65 N. Hampshire 49
Niagara 93 Colgate 76
Marshall 69 Kent State 49
Georgetown (DC) 89. American 78
New York U. 87 NAvy 76
Dayton 47 Canisius 43
St. Bonaventure 75 Iona 54
South
Duke 79 N. Carolina State 75
Georgia Tech 78 Miss. St. 61
Tennessee 87 Tulane 65
Virginia Tech 86 VMI 63
Wm. at Mary 72 Richmond 66
Citadel 85 Furman 69
Wake Forest 81 Virginia 72
Kentucky 97 Louisiana St. 52
Maryland 74 North Carolina 61
Alabama 72 Georgia 58
Sooth Carolina 74 Clemson 67
Florida 90 Auburn 66
Memphis St. 75 Murray St. 66
Morehead St. 79 Tenn. Tech 69
Midwest
Wisconsin 67 Ohio St. 64
Michigan St. 84 Purdue 75
Indiana 89 Illinois 82
Kansas St. 74 Nebraska 59
Cincinnati 127 N. Texas St. 57
Northwestern 93 Michigan 72
Marquette 85 Louisville 79
DePaul 93 Duquesne 54
Bradley 116 Houston 80
St Louis 61 Brake 47
S. Dakota 62 N. Dakota 30
Iowa St. 62 Missouri 55
Southwest
Oklahoma State 51 Tulsa 43
New Mex. A&M 65 Har-Sim 51
S.W. Okla. St. 64 E. Cent. Okla. 50
Cent. Okla. St. 55 S.E Okla St. 46
Texas Wes. 65 St Edwards 46
Wiley 84 Arkansas St. 75
Arkansas St. 50 Miss. Southern 46
Wast
Oklahoma 51 Colorado 41
Wyoming 68 Denver 56
Idaho St. 88 Colorado Col 52
Loyola 111. 71 Air Force Aca.
Utah 81 Utah St. 57
UCLA 64 Idaho 56
Washington 60 Stanford 54
California 47 Washington St. 32
USC 73 Oregon 52
Lewis & Clark 63 Pacific U.
San Diego St. 83 Arizona 76
San Fran State 67 Nevada 52
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Automobiles
FOR SALI: 1956 Morris Minor
station wagon. Like new, $ 1 1 50,
or best reasonable offer. Quarters
305-B Ft. Kobbe. Phono 84-
3213.
FOR SALE: 1950 Packard very
good condition. 1958 inspection
$235.00. Call 4-261.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiae C
telina ww tires, accessories,
condition good good mileage.
Call Balboa 2-2989 2-2735.
FOR SALb '51 Ford station
. wagon, new tires, excellent mo motor,
tor, motor, radio heater, and direc directional.
tional. directional. Must sell, make offer.
Stephens office 87-5261 after
5 o'clock 87-7134.
YOUR PXtrr HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, coma, callous callous-ses,
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sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S,
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J. Arosemena Ave. 13-41
Tel. 3-2217
Cameras
at
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call
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for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
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Fldanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
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Monday thru Thursday
Balboa Service Center
Beauty Shop Upstairs
Call 2-2959.
Sports Briefs
ANDERSON COPS TITLE
PERTH, Australia (UP) Mai
Anderson, Australia's tennis-play
ing cowboy, won the Men's sin
gles title in the West Australian
championships Sunday when he
beat fellow countryman Neale
Fraser. 6-2. 4-6. 6-2. 6-4. Angela
Mortimer of England and Helen
waters of Australia won the worn
en's doubles crown with a 6-1, 6-0
conquest of Australia Jill Lang
ley and Margaret Robinson.
WELCOME FOR ITALIANS
BELFAST, Northern Ireland
(UP) The Italian soccer team
received a warm welcome from
Irish fans Sunday when it arrived
for its World Cup game with
Northern Ireland on Wednesday.
The Italians were three hours late
but a large crowd waited for them
on a snow-covered an strip.

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Real Estate
Lot, New Gorgona, 9500 so.
meters, near beach, Beautiful
view. Tel. 3-7790.
Motorcycles
FOR SAUi 1 Whisier Motor
bike 4 cycle engine 198 c.c.
belt driven. And 1 Jew Motor Motorbike
bike Motorbike 250 c.c. 2 cycle engine
chain driven. Call 3-2878.
Boats b Motors
FOR SAU: 1956 Evinrude 30
h.p., excellent condition. Used
in fresh water only. Call Balboa
2-1409 after 4:30 p.m.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Young white maid,
clean, with references, to take
care three years old girl sleep
in. Rochet street No. 12 apart apartment
ment apartment 24.
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BLEAK ELY AND COMPANY
KEEP CONEJOS ON TOP
Standings
W L Pet.
3 0 1.000
2 0 1.000
2 1 .667
0 2 .000
0 2 .000
0 2 .000
Conejos
Pumas
Ocelots
Macaws
Palomas
Pericos
By FRANK MILLER JR.
The fnnpins fill ths P:rlcOS met
eacn otner in a loe w loe uugi uugi-est
est uugi-est yesterday afternoon with the
Conejos coming out on top by
a score of 8-5. This was due large largely
ly largely to the hitting of Big Ed Bleake Bleake-ly,
ly, Bleake-ly, with able assitance from Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, Stewart, and Klipper.
The Conejos were no slouches
in rhai;3Hftlri either at thev truned
in then- best fielding performance
ot me season, un me ouier niuu,
the Ness brothers played havoc
with the Conejo pitching as they
accounted three of the Pericos five
runs.
The Con ion nicked un two runs
in the first inning on 4 walks an
error and a fielders choice. They
pushed over two more in the third
on singles by Stewart ana tuipper,
and a borne run by Miller. They
got three more in the fourth on
three walk; and Ed Sleakley's
first home run. The final Conejo
run was added in the fifth on
Big Ed's second home run of the
game.
The Pericos picked up one in
the second en an error and singles
bv Carroll and Marcum. They
pushed 2 more across on a single
by Dick Ness and a home run by
Gary Ness. They sot their final
two in the bottom of the fifth on
a single by Gary Ness and a home
sun by Archie Carroll.
In the field, the standout for
the game was Dickie Hern the
si T r 1 j I. .. 1. 1 1
Conejos ceuicineiucr wuu giauucu
a short fly off of his shoetops
in the first inning with the bases
jammed with Pericos, to haul Ed
Bleakley out of a real jam.
The leading hitter for the Cone
jos was Ed Bleakley who went
3 for 3 including two consecutive
home runs. For the Pericos it was
Gary and Dickie Ness with 3 for
3 and 2 for 2 respectively.
BleaKtey went ali the way for
the Conejos, picking up his third
win in as many tries. The Peri Pericos
cos Pericos used three pitchers, Marcum
started, Bright went in, then Gary
Ness came in to relieve and ft
nished up.
All in all. it was an excellent
hall game and it should be very
interesting to watch these two
teams when they meet again.
NOTICE
The following named boys are
in the oiayers Pool of the Fas
tlich League and are requested
to report to the player agent of
the Fastlich Teeange League Wed
nesday at 3:30 p.m. at the Balboa
Railroad Station, Bring your glov
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CARNIVAL! pollarai, blouses, FOR SALE: Piano, oeeaiional
monrunos, costumes, dresses and chairs, excellent tondirion. 8048
embroidered. You wilt find them Apr. Melendes 1 0th. St. Co Coat
at Coat Almaeo "La Flor de Calido- I""-
nia," Cenrr.1 Avo. No. 26-36. f0R gTJJ DiBttt,
FOR SALE- One stenograph set, cocktail table, two end
mochine, one camera 2 l4x tablee and step table. All solid
3 14 speed Graflex, wfocal- blonde mahogany. Reasonable,
plane shutter, flash. One China Phone Albrook 86-7222 after 4
closet, mahogany. 8420 Marga- o'dac.
rita. T.I. Cristobal 2598. FOR SAll:-Rarl.n socrionaf
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boa 2-2992-2735. house 5083-8, Diablo.
DUROBLOCK concrete build- FOR SALE: Almost new one
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the Canal Zone. No loss through one mahogany bedroom set. Call
breakage. We deliver. Call Mr. Tel. 3-0222.
Martina,. Tel., 3-6022. FOR SALE :Buffet bookcase,
Tutoring, quialifiod inatructor. with heating element. Solid ma ma-Reosonaablo
Reosonaablo ma-Reosonaablo rates. Phone Fort hogany, 6 ft. long. Best offer
Kobbe 6276. will take. Krager. (Navy 3 1 50
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FOR SALE: 30 discount on
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League
on this list and you tried out for
the league and were cut, come
at the same time with your gear.
Franklin Aseron, T. Archibald,
Bill Benny, Arthur Blystone, Pa Patrick
trick Patrick Bartlett, Bobby Bowman, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Coooke, Tommy Collins, Ro Roland
land Roland Dahlhoff, Robert D i If e r,
Jeorge De La Guardia, Thomas
Ebdon, George Fitzgerald, Garth
Feeney, David Glotzer, Fred Girk,
Ernest Jaen Guardia, Christian
Jensen, Pete Kelly, Edwin Krebs,
Lou Lombana, Michael LeBrun,
Jack Lubera, Morris Maduro,
Walter Monroe. Richard Morse,
John Paterson, Michael Quiros,
Paul Renolds, Robert Rambo, Da
vid Stewart, Mathew T. Wilder,
Robert Whcsler, William Weeks,
Albert Wmte.
The box scores
Conejos
AB R H FO
110 2
Linfors
Williams
2
2
3
2
1
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
3
Brandon
Miller
Srewart
Klipper
3
Hern
2
2
Rogers
Bleakely
Totals
Pericee
3
2
t
21
4 15
AB R H PO
Bowen
3 0 0 0
Wetheney
3
2
3
2
3
3
2
2
23
0 0
2 11
3 4
D. Ness
G. Ness
Bright
Carroll
Marcum
Berger
Green
Totals
15
SUMMARY
Eianwa runs, mucjua o, r
4. Winning Pitcher, Bleakley. Los Losing
ing Losing pitcher, Marcum. B. B. off:
rIpsVIpv 1 Marcum 4. Bright 5.
m J ", T
S. O.: Bleakley 1, Marcum 1,
Bright 4, G. IN ess 13. n. it. JJieas: JJieas:-w
w JJieas:-w 9 Millpr ft Ness. Carroll.
Umpires t D. Corrigan, J. Pierson.
Time game: x:oi.
Public Service
MTnnTRSBOROUGH. England.
Jan. 14 (UP) Truck driver Bruce
Bowes, 39, told a court here today
that he and his fellow passengers
grew tired of Waiting for a bus
driver to show up New Year's
Eve.
That was why, after stewing for
15 minutes, he moved behind the
wheel of the double-decker and
drove it four miles to a housing
project where all the passengers
were going, he said..
The passengers were happy, no nobody
body nobody was hurt and the, bus was
not damaged, Bowes said.
But the magistrate fined him
$28.
"I don't want anyone to think
you performed a public service,"
he told Bowes.

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III a s"aMM 1 1 1i
opsltted Victory
Over Kid Cenlella
NEW YORK, Jan. 14-(UP)-Lightweight
Frankie Ryff, who
gave Kid Centella a lopsided lick licking
ing licking last night in their TV fight, to today
day today attributed his comeback prow prowess
ess prowess partially to the fact that "I
gave away my cat."
Since he transferred his. black
and white tomcat "Tippy" to his
mother-in-law at Brewster, N.YM
three months ago, New Yorker
Frankie registered two comeback
victories, the more impressive be being
ing being last night's 29-1 win over Ni Ni-caraguan
caraguan Ni-caraguan Centene.Ua at St. Nicho Nicholas
las Nicholas Arena.
Blondish Frankie beat awkward
Centella so thoroughly with left
jabs and left-right combinations
that the rounds scoring for the
unanimous decision was 10-0, 10-0,
9-1. Only judge Artie Aidala gave
a roun dto Centella the fojirth.
Centenella, Jaking Jiis; Jfew
VnrV rlphnt hirst ht ritrht ev 9C-
ticallv cioseffHfi he suffered his
sixth straight defeat.
"I was breathing perfectly m
every round," explained Ryff, who
weighed 139 pounds to Centella's
137. "My asthma is gone com completely,
pletely, completely, now that I've given away
the cat. It seems I was allergic to
cat hafrs, and they caused an asth asthma
ma asthma condition that interfered with
my breathing and made me run
out of gas m fights.
Ryff, the 12-5 favorite who reg registered
istered registered his 23rd victory in 28 bouts,
added that having the bones of his
brows scraped during his eight
month lay-off also helped by pre
venting cuts.
Gillette Tourney
Rescheduled For
January 18, 19
Tho Oillete Tournament at the
Brazos Brook Golf Club original originally
ly originally to bo played January 17 -18
has been rescheduled for Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday January 18 and
1.
Entry may bo made on eith either
er either of these two days. Players
are reminded the tourmament,
II holes of model ploy with full
handicap. Is jer to all golfers
with established handicaps.
TITLE BOUT PLANNED
LONDON (TJP)- Jack Solomons
said Sunday night that he is plan planning
ning planning to promote a title fight be between
tween between world light heavyweight
champion Archie Moore and Trini Trinidad's
dad's Trinidad's Yolande Pompey at Kings Kings-tod,
tod, Kings-tod, Jamaica. Solomons said he
hoped to stage the bout between
March 1 and March 15.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
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Customers of the Poet Radio
Shop Fori Kobbe C. Z. who have
left sets there for over 30 daya
should claim them now or they
will be sold.
WANTED: American executive
leaving Isthmus wishes to place
excellent cook-maid. Call 3 3-7040
7040 3-7040 during office hours.
WANTED: Teacher to tutor
boy in 5th grade, after school.
Tel. Curundu 5151.
WANTED TO BUY: Chevrolet
or Ford Sedan 4 door, 53 or 56
model, standard gear shift. Call
Panama 2-4156 or Fort Davis
343.
Baseball's Status
As National Pasttime
In Danger -McPhail
IEW YORK, Jan. 14 (UP) -Former
baseball executive Larry
MacPhail has warned baseball
that its status as the national
pasttime may be in danger and
said it was a mistake for the
National League to leave New
York.
MacPhail also predicted that the
Los Angeles Dodgers will never
play in the Chavez Ravine area
of Los Angeles. He added that
baseball made its first mistake
in 1947 when it failed to give the
Pacific Coast League recognition
as a third major league.
MacPhail a former president
of the Brooklyn Dodgers and the
New York Yankees said "I think
the greatest mistake the National
League made was when it gave
the Giants and Dodgers permission
to go to the west coast. I made

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Jchayes Passes
Mikan As All-Time
Top Pro Cage Scorer
Adolpli Schayes of Syracuse has
passed George Mikan as the high highest
est highest scoring player in proessional
basketball history,
basketball 'history.
Schayes did it Sunday night
when he poured in '23 points in a
135-109 vcitory by the Nationals
over the Detroit Pistons.
The 29-year-old ex-New York
Unirsity star now has an all
time total of 11,770 points, which
he scored in 655 games during 10
seasons as a pro with Syracuse.
Mikan's previous record was 11, 11,-764
764 11,-764 points during a nine-year pro
span in 439 games.
Cincinnati scored its third vic victory
tory victory in as many days with a 115-97
triumph over Boston. Cliff Hag Hag-an's
an's Hag-an's 27-point performance led the
St. Louis Hawks to a 111-105 win
over the floundering Minneapolis
Lakers, and the Philadelphia War
rors defeated the New York
Knickerbockers, 115-110, in over overtime.
time. overtime. ,(
a bet with Bavasi (Buzzy Bavasi
of the Brooklin Dodgers) that the
Dodgers would never play in the
Coliseum or the Rose Bowl. Now
I'll bet they'll never play in
the Chavez Ravine."
MacPhail said baseball's posi position
tion position as the national pasttime was
in danger because it has failed to
keep pace with the times. He said,
"The country is growing and all
other sports figures are glmg up
but baseball is the same."
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Eisenhower's Missile age Lea

Caught In Raging Political Crossfire
I WASHINGTON Jan. 14 (UP) Top Democrats and Republicans flung new charges today in a raging political
crossfire over President Eisenhower's missile-age leadership.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn.) declared that "no amount of political hokum and bunkum" will con convince
vince convince Amei icans the-Eisenhower administration "has adequately taken care of national defense."
; Humphrey said one of the administration's first acts five years ago was to trim five billion dollars from for former
mer former President Truman's defense budgat and two billion from foreign aid.
The Minnesota Democrat's charge apparently was aimed at countering a broadside fired last night by Senate
Republican leader William F. Knowland and House COP leader' Joseph W. Martin. They asserted in a joint state statement
ment statement the Truman administration must bear most of the blame if the United States is trailing Russia in missile
development.
But in New York, Truman said last night they were trying after five years "to pass the buck" and it was -a
little late. ?

i Jruman started the running
fight Sunday in an interview by
saving Eisenhower was a great
military leader because "lie had
someone to tell him what to do."
But Truman did have one word
of praise for the President. He
tojft, reporters yesterday, Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower had written a "good" reply
tooviet Premier Nikolai A. Bui Bui-ganin.
ganin. Bui-ganin. Meanwhile in Washington Gen.
Themes D. Whit, .ir Fore
chief of staff, warned that the
$fegic Air Commend (SAC)
"will bo going downhill relative
to the Soviet threat" two years
from now because it was denied
700 million dollars In the now
Eisenhower defense budget.
ASAC will have doubtful si si-itiStiori
itiStiori si-itiStiori a year from now for a
bout a year," White also said in a

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censored transcript of secret testi testimony
mony testimony given to the Senate Prepar Prepar-edsess
edsess Prepar-edsess subcommittee.
But the Air Force chief declin declin-,
, declin-, ed to speculate under committee
I questioning whether failure to
keep up production of the nation's
No. 1 retaliatory weapon the hydrogen-bomb
carrying B-52 would
"imperil" United States security.
Instead ho said the B-52's wore
. "very necessary" to provide
"additional insurance" while bal-
listic missiles and the now B-58
bombers are still untested.
Adequacy of President Eisenhow

er's proposed $39,800,000,000 mili military
tary military budgetwas to be explored
further today by the missile in investigators
vestigators investigators in closed session.
They called George Bunker,
president of the Glena L. Martin
Co., Baltimore, and Bell Labora Laboratories
tories Laboratories president Mervin Kelly of
New York to testify. Martin is a
contractor for the Titan and Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard missiles and Bell does work
on the Nikeand other weapons.
Key lawmakers of both parties
agreed today the federal govern government
ment government is heading into" a new period
of red-ink spending despite Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's 'b a 1 anced'
budget.
Some Viewed this prospect with
alarm. Others figures in view of
the business slump deficit spend

ing isn t as bad as it Would have
been last year or the. year before
when the economy was booming.

The President in his annual
budget, message yesterday forecast
record high peacetime spending
of $73,900,OQ&,000. But .he looked for
an upturn in the economy to boost
tax revenues high enough to cov cover
er cover this and provide a 500 million
dollar surplus.
Informed sources said the Ad Administration
ministration Administration would ask Congress
this week for a temporary in increase
crease increase of about five billion dol dollars
lars dollars in the national debt coiling
to take care of increased defense
spending. The president called
the current 275 billion dollar debt
limit "too restrictive."
The debt now stands at $274,273, $274,273,-000,000.
000,000. $274,273,-000,000. The higher ceiling as ex expected
pected expected to apply to the rest of this
fiscal year and to fiscal 1959 start starting
ing starting next July 1.
iMany Democrats and RepuDlic RepuDlic-ans
ans RepuDlic-ans agreed the President orobab-

ly was too optimistic about the
business outlook. They figure the

government's income will fall-

short of the President's spending

program.
In addition some Democrats
claimed actual spending for some
program's will be higher than the

President said. Thev chareed he

resorted to unrealistic bookkeeping

practices 10 now aown me loiai

Paraiso (ran Game
Ends In Slabbino;

RP Suspect Jailed
In the wake of a Paraiso crap
game that broke up in an argu argument,
ment, argument, and ended m a stabbing,
Vincent Archibald Pbrter, 22, Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, was bound over late
yesterday for trial in U. S.. Dis District
trict District Court orf a charge of assault
with a deadly we pon.
In Balboa Magistrate's Court.

the complaining witness was Lio Lionel
nel Lionel Egar Sealey, who has been

hospitalized with multiple stab

wounds since the fract: on Jan.

1

A government exhibit in the hear

ing was a piece of steel described

as part of the blade of a pocket
knife. It was removed by Gorgas

doctors from Sealey's back, near

the spine. Sealey is still con confined
fined confined to the hospital, but was per
mitted out oh a pass to testify.

Porter denied 'the broken blade
was from his knife, and alleged

that Sealey hit him first. -.

(Bail of $500 was fixed for Port

er. It has not been posted.

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Was Weil-Known
Figure On Isthmus

First All-Isthmian

Dental

fated For Friday
The first Isthmian Dental Con Congress
gress Congress will be held in Panama on
Friday.

This marks the first time that

dentists from both sides of the

border are holding a congress here

Planned in conjunction with Pa Panama
nama Panama National Dental Health
Week, it will take place in the U U-nion
nion U-nion Club.

It is expected that about 60 peo people
ple people from the Canal Zone and Pa Panama
nama Panama will attend the day-long af affair
fair affair which will be inaegurated by
Panama's President Ernesto de
la Guardia, Jr. The Canal Zone's
Governor William E. Potter will
also attend the opening.
A typical Panamanian luncheon
will be offered the delegates at
pool-side. Talks will be given by
Dr. Frank F.- Bliss of the Ameri American
can American Society of Dentistry for Chil Children,
dren, Children, and Dr. Robert M. Hall of
Pittsburgh, Pa.
An official representative of the
American Dental Association Dr.

Edward R. White, will also give an

aaaress.

Burglar Slays On
At Riviera Villa

To Quaff Champagne
SAINTE MAXIME. France, Jan.

14 (UP) Police today reported the

arrest of a burglar who came to
rifle the. safe of a Riviera villa
and stayed for several weeks be because
cause because the food and champagne
were so good.
It was his thirst for champagne
and his appetite for food that
brought about the downfall of
Pierre Anioros, 28, police said.
According to the police, Amoros
sneaked into the villa of Mrs. Jac-

;ueline Dumarest, who was away,
o rob its Wail safe. He befriended
a watchdog with sugar. As he was
prying into the sate a maid ar arrived
rived arrived and Amoros hid in a small
basement room.
He decided to stay. But the maid
noticed that champagne and food
were disappearing from the pan pantry.
try. pantry. She became suspicious.
Amoros sneaked into the kitchen
once too often. The maid surprised
him. He nonchalantly offered her
a glass o champagne.
She accepted, drank it, and then
bolted from the room, locking the
door behind her.
Then she called the police. When
they arrived. Amoros was opening
another bottle Of champagne.

Watchman Partially
Frustrates Daring
Panama Burglary

A daring burglary of a Central
Avenue jewelry sto-e was partial partially
ly partially frustrated early today by a
watchman from a nearby theater.

PORT OF SPAIN,

TRINIDAD, which will be temporary capital

established n another part of the island.

of the new West -Indies Federation till a Federal capital is

West Indies' First Federal Election Scheduled For March

Central Theater watchman Juan
Rayna Nieto discovered four men
as they were leaving the Tahiti
jewelry store after hreakinj in
about 3 a.m. today.
Reyna said the men, whom he
could not identify, dropped some
of 4he loot and ran when they
were discovered.
The burglars had broken into

the store through a low plywood

ceiling in the doorway. Inside the
store they piled rings, watches,

earrings, and trinkets into, card

board boxes, some of which they

dropped or threw away when dis

covered by the watchman.
Rayna immediately called the
police who notified the Secret Po Police,
lice, Police, who arrived on the scene
mi ates af -sward.
Detectives found seven or eight
cartons filleci with jewelry on the
sidewalk in front of the store and
in a near) garbage can.
The -'.ore's personnel was tak taking
ing taking inventory today in an effort to
establish the exact amount of je jewelry
welry jewelry the thieves were able to
take with them during their hasty
get-away. ;

Gen. James G. Steese, whose
death Saturday was reported from

French Equatorial Africa Monday,

was a well-known figure on the
Isthmus, and had few peers in his

knowledge of the Panama Canal

and the Canal Zone.

His association with the Canal

organization started in 1908 when

he was assigned to the Isthmian
Canal Commission as a junior of officer
ficer officer of the Corps of Engineers,

shortly after his graduation from

West Point.

He served two tours of duty dur during
ing during the construction period and
returned to the Canal Zone at the
time of. World War II, during which
he served with the canal organi organization
zation organization as executive assistant to the
Engineer of Maintenance and later
as assistant to the Governor.

During that time, he also acted

as general; manager Of the Pana

ma Railroad, assistant Engineer of
Maintenance, and Engineer of

Maintenance.
A native of Mount Holly Springs,

Pa., Gen. Steese spent much of
his lifetime travelling. He last vis

ited the canal in January 1957, and

after leaving Panama planned to
swing around Latin America and

also visit the upper Amazon.

Aside from his many years of

service in. the Canal Zone, he was

a student of the history, of the ca

nal and had an amazing store of
knowledge of the when and why of

the construction and operation of

the waterway.

By i. M. SPEY
formerly Newt Editor
of the Trinidad Guardian
LONDON. Jan. 14-(BIS)-The

arival of Lord Hailes in Trinidad
Jan. 3 as first Governor-General i
of the West Indies brought into be-)
ing an interim Federal Govern Govern-,t
,t Govern-,t .mane whose chief duties

Will be the preparation of the first

Federal election, aua w uc wu
March
That will be the opening of a pe pe-rinH
rinH pe-rinH frflueht with difficulties but

The West Indies
EDITOR'S NOTE: The islands
of tho British West Indies, with
which many Isthmian have close
ties, this month joined in fed federation.
eration. federation. To mark this important
top towards self-government,
this week we will run a series of
articles on the pest, present end
future of tho islands and the
federation.

intents have been made to provide and that in others both the Fed-

rich in promise. ; 1 Conference in 1956 it was agreed
The Federation cannot ;that the preamble to the Constitu-

escape growing pains, uc"us';
it is a process of evolution and not

nf revolution, no Because

agreement freeiy entered into by
the delegates of governments
chosen by full adult franchise, it
canont fail.

TAKiNO.anAre
Already the pattern of the future

is taking shape. At theLonoon

Panama DA Chosen
To Head CZone
Bar Association
The Bar Association of the Pan

ama Canal Zone held its annual
meeting Monday evening at the
Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess
and elected its officers for the new

year.

The new president, elected by
unanimous vote, is Antonio A. de

Leon, a District Attorney in Pan Panama
ama Panama City, who served as vice pres president
ident president of the organization during
the past year.
Rowland K. Hazard, District At Attorney
torney Attorney for the Canal Zone, was
elected vice president. L. S. Car Car-rington
rington Car-rington was re-elected as treasurer
and Dwight A. McKabney was
continued in office as secretary.
Elected to the executive commit committee
tee committee were David Robles, Roy Phil Phil-lipps
lipps Phil-lipps P., and David A. Leon.

a skeleton administration.
The 16 delegates will become the
Governor-GeneraPs advisory coun coun-.
. coun-. cil until elections are Held.

In the Interim Federal Gov Government
ernment Government the advisory council will
consist of throe members, each
from Barbados, Jamaica, tho
Leeward Islands and Trinidad
and Tobago, and four from the
Windward Islands.
Once i elections have been held,

legislative power for the Federa Federation
tion Federation will be vested in the Gover

nor-General, a nominated Senate
of 19 members, and a wholly wholly-elected
elected wholly-elected House of Representatives.

The House of Representatives,

era! and Unit Governments will

tion. in statins the objects of Fed

eration, should set forth that there

should be the greatest possible L,hih rfpt s.k. n

freedom of movement for persons

and goods within-the Federation;

that all persons in the Federation

ty Speaker and Prime Minister,

will have 45 members.

Barbados will have 5; Jamaica

Jack Benny Braves
Symphony Orchestra

For Charity

CHICAGO (UP) Jack Benny
braved the Chicago Symphony
Orchestra Sunday night to raise
$106,000 for charity.
Benny appeared as guest violin violinist
ist violinist at a benefit sponsored by the
City of Hope MedU Center. The
proceeds are to be used to fight
cancer, heart disease and leu leu-ketnia
ketnia leu-ketnia Trouble with regular members
of the orchestra began in the first
of two selections Benny played
The first violinist, noting slurs
hor staccatos were indicated,

grabbed the musical lead away
from Benny.
Later, the cymbal p'ayer was
so eijried awat by the gOings-on
that he hanged when he should
have been testing, He and the vio violinist
linist violinist were banfshj to the wings
after Beany held a furtive con-.-vernation
with guest conudctor
Walter Susskind of the Toronto
Symphony Orchestra..
Benny played '?preunerweisen
by Sarasfe and ffie" Violin Con Concerto
certo Concerto in E Mine", by Mendels Mendelssohn,
sohn, Mendelssohn, a ehmposerl according to
Benny,, easier to. follow with music
in sight.
H raited for Irifosic stand. It

was brought by stage hand who

played a tew quiex Dars on a
borrowed violin before Benny
stared him down.
?t gotta lot Of guts," Benny
said of his appearance before the
symphony group.
"It's kind of like being alone on
aa island with Jayne Mans ie d
and her boy friend I feel almost
unneeded."
Benny justified his performance
a moment later.

"Ob well," he said, "you have

to practice even to be lousy.

should enjoy freedom of religious, 17. Antion ? tt rhri.VnnW.isio

wauK wiwi w ""irhhAiipillU .2; Montserrat 1;

uie usiuuis uHiuu, uiuuuiuj Trinirian an

internal free trade, should be in introduced.
troduced. introduced. The islands are committed to the

establishment of .a. Federal Su LEGISLATIVE PROCEDURE
preme Court staffed by judges with
in: --a:

...a.. ""..".. ... .. I It is envisaffert that in

Trinidad and Tobago 10; Grenada

2; St. Vincent 2; St. Lucia 2; Dom
inica 2.

In the case of Federal legisla

tion, only the House of Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives will have poweV to intro
duce money Bills.

The Senate will have the right to
delay ordinary Rifls for twelve
months, but money Bills for a
much shorter period.
The Governor-General is em empowered
powered empowered to assent or refuse assent
to Bills, or reserve them for the
Queen's pleasure. V
In respect of defense, foreign re relations
lations relations and maintaining financial
stability, legislatioir may be by
Order in Council.

The principal instrument of pol policy
icy policy vwill be a Council of State con consisting
sisting consisting of the Prime Minister and
seven members nominated by
him, and three members of the
Senate nominated by the Governor-General
on the recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of the Prime Minister.
In addition, three officials nomi nominated
nated nominated by the Governor-General will
have the right to attend all. meet meetings
ings meetings o fthe Council and take part

some in its discussions, though the need

Federal Legislature a-for their attendance will be

principle that the Federal Govern

ment may take over certain su supervisory
pervisory supervisory functions, exercised in

the past by the United "Kingdom

Government.

It is Intended: that tho Consti Constitution
tution Constitution will makO provision for
the admission of British Guiana
and British Honduras if at any
time in tho future they wish to
join tho Federation, Which would
become tho stronger, mora
stable, and more prosperous if
these Caribbean territories'
changed their minds and. joined
tho West Indies.
BASIS OF REPRESENTATION
A great deal of detailed work

has been done since the London
conference in February 1956, at
Which delegates front all the is islands
lands islands concerned agreed major is

sues about th FedeM Constitu-

rtidii.

The conference itself decided

that the delegation ,to; it should
continue as a standing body to as

sume responsibility for drawing

up a complete draft; constitution,

and creating an administrative

machine.

Four key officials fo the new
machine the Federal Secretary,

Federal Finance: Officer, Federal

kAttorney-General and Federal Es

tablishment Officer, have taken
up their duties,, and other appoint-

lone will have power to make laws,! viewed from time to time.

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Air Force Claims Crash Of Nuclear Weapon-laden Plane

Proves Point On Safety Of Toting A-bomb Around Globe

Weather Or Not

This weather report tor the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today
is oreuared b the Meteorolo Meteorological
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Company:
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TEMPERATURE:

WASHING. N, Jan. 14 (UP) -The
Air Force claims to have
proved its point on the safety a
carrying A-bomb and H-bombs a a-ro'md
ro'md a-ro'md the gloie.

It says one of its planes bear

explosion.

The crash was understood to have
happened within the continental
United States. But for "security
reasons" the Air Fore refused

o say when or where the accident
occurred.
A spokesman indicated there
bad been only one such accident.
The question of whether a nu

clear bomb could be explored ac

inn a nuclear weaDon crashed and Cident ally in a crash was hotly

burned without causing an atomic debated in Britain recently follow

ing disclosure that Strategic Air

Command bombers were flying
missions in and out of the coun country,
try, country, with bombs aboard.
In announei. ia Febraury, 1917,

be

that nuclear weapons would

used to arm V. S. Air Force in interceptors,
terceptors, interceptors, tilt then dctens se secretary,
cretary, secretary, Charles E, Wilson, made
this statement:
"Atomic weapons tests conduct

ed by the Atomic Energy t:om

mission have confirmed

possibility of any nuclear explo

sion occuring aS result of a
accident involving either impact
orfire is virtually nonexient."
The press has been given to un

derstand that atomic bombs must
be deliberately armed iu flight
before they will produce an explo explosion,
sion, explosion, i
Hep. Charles O. Porter (D-Qre.)
demanded an apology from the
Defense Department over the

ieTwletenfoY' Scoffing at his CTa$Rf

that is "is probable, not merely
possible" that hydrogen bon$.b
will explode accidentally some day.
Porter first made his claim en Dec.
30.

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Low 59 78
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