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A?l KPP C5aT HfiNftllY NEWSPAPER
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rftKDOLA of the balloon Small World In which four Britishers completed the final 1800 miles
; :f i trapisatlantio trip fter being forcedto ditch their balloon They arrived : at Bftrbados
1200 Ait W'!
1800 Sea Miles
BRIDGETOWN, Barb a d O S,
3tZ. 6 UPD The crew of the
?-JLVe,ii world" said to-
TT Wild troplcax-storm fore
V&m -to dWrately cmh
land at sea on their aw.piap
aooo mile "float-. Along Colum-rwtVto-the
The British-manned galloon
' "left Tenerife In the .Canary
;,unds on Dec. W
4 'f. 4. itkHpb hut they1-
iV- -tnrrt forced them to let-
T.:. iu. hallnnn and Ke
' Thev;we towed ushore wj-
nfdav i bv a iisnerma w
1 SrtSd & 6ondla jour teUes
of the ( east -coast of this j-'land.-
The three men and, tfrj
.board had, spent
iea, durtne which they iad
tradewinds almost to tneir
' was aU.e-
" ,mary Mudie, 30, could say as
. S raced across crane beftch
N after the landing. Then
c 5mrV her husband Colin,
- 5?S53i Bushy- fflloartj 51,
In'd hl son TUn; 21, described
' theif experiences. y
' "It was just before mid-
" night on the third night ont,
. -Eloart aaid. .were in
, dange of being swept up to
?0.80 feet. It was becoming
bags v and even the -razors ha6
; ; v gen damped overboard be be-'
' be-' 1 "s cause of the earlier danger, of
the balloon falling down. I
1 -riia Mm the ereater dan-
,'' eer. We were whipped into a
- vnwma1 fundraft) ana
, ;rmight hsve .been swept up.
vmmo ra fesA- t.n come. ) 1
' The four were in good, shape
. and had plenty of food left de de-spite
spite de-spite the fact they saUed the
-last.lBOa miles In their gondola.
The strange voyage had ac ac-eompllshed
eompllshed ac-eompllshed what it was design design--
- design-- ed to do,-retrace the tradewind
route of Columbus', first trip to
The four were sighted a few
mum vff 'Rttrbados bv Costa
. Braithwaite, captain of a f lsh-
ins; boat He towed the gondola
Into' Crane Bay on the south south-;
; south-; eats coast of the island Monday
mornlntr and collected $29.60
service harge. m
. The word quickly spread
"throughout, the Island and
thousands of natives,', tourists
and officials rushed to the
beach to five the balloonist
"fHnw lifted the grlnnlnn bal-
' loonlsts on their shoulders and
rocked the shore area with
Braithwalte said he and his
on vnesier, Bputw wid, kuh-.S.-Aia:.wtt.h..an...uB.
a few miles
out to sea. The four Britishers
k accepted the w wn wimu
$15 Fine For ;
fi? RecKeiess anvine mrnigni a iu
" u i tis to. BcBito Blake 22. Pana-
, i i. manaian, who collided with anoth
r car on 'Jan. 31 in Rainbow City.
M Jdg Loren B.' Hillsinger sus'
n' pended the fine, however, until the
i;; ; end of the month' on condition
',-;;r;' that. Blake- pays for the damage
to the other car, which amounted
'.i-y.y to $30..
Panama 2-097S Colon 179 j
758 From Dredging Division
Sue PanCanal for'$711,000
Banded together s olaintlffs In a tult aralnst the Panami
Canal Company for three years
and 119 local-rate employes of
?711,000 in U.S. Distnot coun. ... i s
' .- This is believed to Jbe the first time that a group of permanent
Canal employes working at both the local and the US rates have
pOoledtheir Interests in an effort to Collect back wages they con consider
sider consider due them. ,. A
It is, however, the third suit filed In the local court by em em-olove
olove em-olove croups seeking back overtime, A suit by Canal pilots was
in- litigation for Yi years and in
recovered. A later suit by a steveaoro group was setued out. or
court with- what court circles called "substantial recovery" to the
.The local law
firm' of Van
Slclen & Ramlrea, with William
S. Tyson of,; Washington, filed
the suit recently for the predg-
lng vision men.vr
-fit versitheiT)eriod slhceOfCf
3i, I95,.,which is considered to
be the eaTiiess oaw upon wmcn
the statute sot limitations "on
juits iot such 'Claims has. not
run out.' i
Plaintiffs' have been em em-sployed
sployed em-sployed r as j engineer mates,
welders, lever m e n electri electricians,
cians, electricians, masters, operators, oil oilers
ers oilers and- seamen aboard Canal
dredges and other craft re required
quired required In dredging operations.
They claim to have worked
at least "10 hours each day of
work, and at least 50 hours in
each work-week without being
paid overtime for the hours, in
excess -Of eight in one day or
40 in one week.
-The suit, if successful, will be.
subject to exact computations
tor each man depending upon
his rate of pay and hours -work
ed.' ..-.7.: V
For several of the higher higher-paid
paid higher-paid men the- recovery could
be as high as $4500. For the
" lower-paid ."workers the po potential
tential potential sum being( sought is
naturally -much less.'
Van Slclen & Ramirez, with
Tyson; and associated with lo local
cal local Attorney Woodrow de Cas Castro,
tro, Castro, 'also -represented plaintiffs
in the pilot's suit.
Recovery ranged from $20.55
to $3,832.97, before one-third
was deducted for lawyers fees.
The sum was also subject to in income
come income tax:
The names of the 158 Dredg Dredging
ing Dredging Division men seeking over overtime
time overtime ftret 1
Spencer M. Anderson, Corne Corne-lfusT.:
lfusT.: Corne-lfusT.: Askew, William F. Bar
tholomew, Cliff ; Beaty, Mirt
Bender, Edmund T. Bleakley,
Joseph W. E. Boureois, Alfred
Bramfield,: David J. Burkett. K.
Chandiere, Rialto M. Chrlsten-
sen?'. Millard M. Coleman,
Charles J, Connor, Qerold E
Cooper, Reuben Dew, John T-
Dillon. John H. Droste. Walte
J.-Grymala, L. H. Gunn, Rob
ert J. Hanes, Bernice A. Her Herring.
ring. Herring. S T
Charles J. Holmes, A. Paul
Jones. Jr Dean L. Kelly, Lloyd
M. Kent, Peter S. Longe, Don-
aid: Mit Mario, cnaries o. mo mo-rency,
rency, mo-rency, Edward H. Olsen,' C.
Powell, George F. Reichel,;R. P.
Rivet, George D. Suddaby, Rob Robert
ert Robert B.1-Thompson, Edwin C.
Tompkins, William S. Walston,
Antonio Aguirre, Julian E. Al Albert,"
bert," Albert," Miguel Algandona E Le Le-roy
roy Le-roy A.: Alleyne( Manuel Andra Andra-de,
de, Andra-de, Irvln D. Armstrong.
Abides Asprllla, Theophllus
J.-Babb, Marcial A Barcenas,
Aubrey A. .Baxter, Isaac W.
Beech, Gladstone C. Bellamy,
Adrian Botello, Theophllus L.
Bowen,. Eurie B. Boyce, Wllbert
A. Brathwaite, Riley A Brown,
Alvln I. Burnett.: Lewis E. By-
noe, ; James L.s Burton, Eugenlo
Calame, "Jose t. Calame, Juin
D. calame. Encarnaclon Calde-
ron, Manuel p. Camarena,'Owen
Carlyle.-?;'i-';;r--;,i. ;.,; V-'
Aqulltno Castillo, "Roberto B.
uasuuo, Enrlaue Charles. Ar.
mando Chow, -Richard Connell,
naroia m. uooper, Wesley H
Cummlngs, Jose D. de. Leon,
Manuei ae ios Kios." Amos C
Duncan, Noel A. Dunn; William
Dunn, Joseph N. Edwards, Jas
?f the people
of back overtime pay, 39 U$-rat
tne urenging umsion are seening-
th end a total of $230,179 was
pei Failev. Felht Fabarin.-'ltu
pert Fennell, William H Fergus,
Marcellno a Figueroa, juajl T.
FleminBs. Manuel N Florefi pm-
Cual, a. Floras; Eufemio a. 3ar-
riflo, 'K'Ben-i, aiosfin.,'ibraiio
Darnley- Griffit. WaTtei CJ
uooaen,1 - ,
Isaiah- A. "Gordon. Stanlev it
Grant, Archibald Hall, Reginald
uwara, Keniora A. Hunvcar
ton C James Norberto Jeff era:
necwr lii. jonn, Arnold Jones,
uuugias neiiy, i'eiix-G. Lopez,
Santiago Lopez P.. Jos e n h
Lynch, seiford N, Lynch, Isiah
iviaciaiene, jacoo Murnio, Eva
risto Macias, Jose Martinez, Sa
fomon I. Martinez. Jospnh Ma
thurin, Juan A Melo, ntamraM-
muure, raui Morion, urban r
wesnem, Wllbert J. Nesfield.
William Nurse; R. F. Olascoagas
xv., Aiusera raiacio, Fatriclo Pe Pe-rea,
rea, Pe-rea, Lionel A, Perry, Edwin N.
Pertyman, Ralph: PhUliDs. Ar-
Vii.m n r.. ... . r
ruiuocK, William POW,
ricaiun rrnu eeivington H
Pusey. ; -
uamei Ramos. HArmnconM
jveunoB, oeriram Macjjean Ram
sey, narry Remice, Merril s.
Robateau, HehrV M. Robinson.
;ouiuie ttooinson, AaaJberto
Komero s., Jacinto Sanchez, Ni
uauur oancnez o., Jorge A.
Albert O. Sobers, cfnlhmimp
Sobers, Bldley B. Tappin, Basil
, iayior, i nomas d. Taylor,
Manuel M. Tello Erbertn Tm1
nci lunij j a nomas. Buiin A
Truick. Pascual Villecaa Phr.
cival Wade. Gvril A. warrn
Reuben Warren Egbert F. R.
Watson. Claudius a wmiorr..
Porf trio Willlngton,. Daniel Wil
son, xomas Wilson, Ernest Wray,
k"'io v. x oung, juiio za
rate and Benigno a;? Zorita.
Robert Bruce Cole, 15-year-old
son ofLt. Col. Robert O.
Cole, a,, fallen Medal of Honor
winner, met and talked yester yesterday;
day; yesterday; with Army Chief of Staff
Gen, 'Maxwell D. Taylor, who
wa in the Canal Zone for a
four-day round of talks and
Young Cole is the. ann nt Utrm
C, A., Bgall Jr., whose husband
is aajutant general of the U.Si
Army Caribbean. Cole's father
Ivas commanding of ficer of the
2nd Battalion; 502nd Parachute
Regiment, a part of the 101st
Airborne Division, which, Tay Taylor
lor Taylor commanded during World
War IL .
. Cole, t Carentan, jYanee
in 1944, personally led his' bat battalion
talion battalion lh forcing the last four
bridges on the road to caren carentan
tan carentan When his entire unit was
suddenly pinned, to the "ground
by Intense and withering "en
emy firee-.--'-''---jn i 4vi v.? .in .incompletely
completely .incompletely iniorintf th ene
my fire,' he( rose W his feet in
rront or msbattaiioft and with
drawn pistol shouted -to, his
men to follow him' in the as assault.
sault. assault. The colonel then caught
up a fallen man's rifle and
bayonet and charged on and
led the remnants, of his bat battalion
talion battalion across the bullet swept
onen cround and Into the ene-
knoto the truth and the
PANAMA, R, r TUESDAY, JANUARY fi, 195
For TV Theft
i The fate of Charles Henry Lester.
42-year old American resident' of
Panama, city whose aownnm ca ca-rear
rear ca-rear has led him to U.S. District
Court for the second time in a
year, hung in the balance today.
Lester was charged witn steal stealing
ing stealing a television set .from the
Veterans ot foreign Wars Ciuo
at Coroial and Jaeed possible
jail sentences for breaches of
probation in three forgery cases.
Sitting in the court was a wo
man with whom he has been liv
ing and who has had? three chil children
dren children by him. Clutching the young youngest
est youngest child of four months' In her
arms, the 29-year-old mother came
forward to tell Judge" Guthrie F.
Crowe that she had an uncle with
a farm in Chepo whoyould be wil willing
ling willing to let Lester, herself and the
children live and work there if the
court would not send him to tail.
jiester. wno was once a master
sergeant In the CS Army, but
Jiow looking gaunt and pale,
stood silently and with a trembl
ing lip while his lover made" a
pies for his liberty.
theft,, and his career was outlined
by assistant district attorney J
Morton Thompson, Jr.
Aprun-he ws convicted m pig.
.snct Conrt if three chsrea of
'haTj.e suspended for five Vests..
Thompson .saidi1 Lester alraarfr
naa a wae who was believed to be
living, In Panama' with Jwo ehil-
orensgea u ana is.
' Public defender 'WilUam Sheri Sheridan.
dan. Sheridan. Jr. said that Lester was th
V-ieUm of circumstances and his
own- weaknesses.. He said that
xyster nad wanted he TV set,
which he carried out of the club
and took home in a hArvnworf
to sell and orovida his hmiiv with
shoas andi clothes snjl; iood for
Th woman n the three chil children
dren children wer faced with art fvlcHon
order and the younirest srWld was
suffering from Malnutrition.
Thomson Mcommenlled that
Lester serve the three" years
penitentiary : sentence for the
forgeries and a further tear on
the theft of the TV set, making
xour years m nil, "r
Judge Crowe, referring to the
offer of the uncle to let Lester
on the farm, said he did not
know whether the court had a
moral right to set n man free
ui tnese circumstances, a,
"It seems sure that Jf he goes
free, there will be, a larger
family to feed pretty soon,"
added the Judge. The ageg of
the children are two and a
half. It r months and four
The Judgre said he would con continue
tinue continue the case until Monday
afternoon which would give the
uncle: a, chance to come before
uie couri. '. y.v. -.
Talks With Son Of Fallen
INFORMAL CHAT Army Chief of Staff Sen. Maxwell D. Taylor, visits with Mrs. C. A. Beall Jr..
and her son. Robert Bruce Cole. The Ixftr's father. Lt. Col. Robert G. Cole, who served under
Taylor during World War II.
country i$ iafe" Abraham Lincoln.
Jeep Tourists Doubt 1960 Deadline
For Fmkhing PanAmerkan Highwav,
1 v i. ;
irtdurtag motorist' who re
cently tried-.- and failed to
transit tne ranama Anwnwu
Highway from Costa Rica to
Panama predicted today, after
making the Journey by boat and
flatcar, that it would be 1964
before the road impassable to
Tourists Howard Boyd and his
wlf Polly are travelling in an
unusual combination trailer
truck which hag been partly
Latest information irom r,ne
contractors working on the
highway Is that it will be pas pas-sa)5le
sa)5le pas-sa)5le by 1960, but Boyd, and
an Oregan man, said he believes
it fill be passable only to jeeps
te had an exciting but gruel gruel-lftig
lftig gruel-lftig trip on the unfinished
highway. The contractors told
him they thought he wouM not
makdit through but consented
toilet him try.
'.The Boyds and another friend
In jeep who is travelling this
stage of the journey wiin tnem,
forded a couple of rivers suc successfully
cessfully successfully and made slow but
steady progress most of the
first day, although towards the
end the contractor had to send
a trader along in front of them
t6 prepare the way.
!They stopped aurmg tne
night but in the morning found
that heavy rain had "dissolved"
the road underneath them. It
was impossible to budge an inch
and the contractor had.to send
two graders, which had their
work cut out to hal -the two
-vehicles back one-by-one.
was killed hi action and aubseauently was awarded the Medal of
t j : L i
". ... f
j ft ifPif
- t -..- -y"fy
However back at the con
tractor's camp, the weary tra
velers were fea, the radiator re repaired
paired repaired and they were given
.-Comments Polly: "I was sur surprised
prised surprised that they were not snooty
about all the trouble we had
put them to when they had ad advised
vised advised us against trying. They did
say, though, that they would
not allow any more tourists
The couple called their wagon
"El Borrego Trepador" (The
Montain climbing; Sheep).
They bought a one-ton jeep
pickup and built on it an alum
inum truck DOdy which they
have fitted out as a neat, at attractive
tractive attractive living space, complete
with double bed, wardrobe and
Prospective bidders on the Gail-
lard Cut widening project will
meet tomorrow afternoon w.th Ca
nal representatives in a prebidding
The meeting will be held at 1
p.m. in the board room ot tne
Administration Building and will
be followed by a trip through the
Cut along Paraiso and Cucaracha
reaches which are to he widened.
The trip will be made aboard the
craneboat Atlas which will leave
' (UJ3. Army Photo)
Any New Blockade
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (lPI) High officials said
today that Soviet deputy premier Anastas I. Mikoyan in
his talks here appears to be backing down on Russia's
Mikoyan, who met yesterday with Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles and dined last night with Congres Congressional
sional Congressional and business leaders, was reported to have assur assured
ed assured officials that Russia has no intention of trying to force
Britain, France and the United States out of Berlin. '
' Informants said the Kremlin's number two man told
the dinner group last night that Russia was willing to pro promise
mise promise continued allied access to the Communist-encircled
city when the Russians turn over control of their sector,
arid the supply lines to the East German Cnmmnhittt
Mikoyan has insisted that Rus
sla intends to go through with
its promise to turn East Berlin
over to the German Reds at the
end of May and has urged anew
that the Allies evacute West
Berlin by that time and permit
it to become, a "demilitarized
However, be, appears to nave
'Hjear,lhst13:jj'"Rls,. does not
"tftlehd to trfi.' throafft the-
Gemtitom70Uvfcri- m- yi it
own action, to cut eii ana
Isolate the Allies M was done
In 1948. At that time the. Wes Western
tern Western powers resorted to
massive airlift- to supply he
blearured western sector of
The Russian official, dronped
strone hints that what his ooss
Soviet, Premier Nikita Khrush
chev, reallv wants Is a Summit
mefting with President Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower ort Berlin, other German
nroblems such as re-unification
and the question of European
This confirms the, belif of
ome american nfficts' tt
Khrushchev deliberate?" pre precipitated
cipitated precipitated the Berlin crisis In
an effort to get a Summit
Mikoyan has talked here
and return to the landing at Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel Locks.
Bids are to be opened Jan. 28
at Balboa Heights.
Tha widening of these two Mo Motions
tions Motions of Gaillard Cut ii a phase
of the short-range Canal im improvement
provement improvement program and it the
largest single project of the pro program.
gram. program. Because of the scope of the work
and the amount of money involv involved,
ed, involved, it is expected that lively com competition
petition competition will develop.
The work involves the widening
of Gaillard Cut to 500 feet in (he
Paraiso and Cucaracha reaches,
a distance of about two miles
north of Paraiso. The section to
be widened will also be dug eight
feet deeper than the existing mi minimum
nimum minimum depth of 42 feet.
All of the excavation will be
done along the west bank. Approxi Approxi-mtely
mtely Approxi-mtely 3,400,000 cubic yards of
material are to be removed in the
dry be contract.
An additional 3,000,000 cubic
yards will be removed by wet ex excavation
cavation excavation by the Canal's DreadK DreadK-ing
ing DreadK-ing Division.
The contract will cover all of
the dry excavation; all blasting
necessary for material to be ex excavated
cavated excavated including that below the
water line: relocation of about a
half mile, of Borinquen Highway
soutn ot cucaracha signal station:
and construction of a masonry
spillway on the, Rio Grande.
It is estimated that 1,000,000
linear feet, nearly 200 miles, of
blast hales w II be required and
the contractor will need 2,00u,000
pounds of explosives.
A major part of the excavated
material 1,006,000 cu. yds, will
be removed from Contractors Hill,
the site of a large excavation job
several years ago.
The hill will retain its present
terraced appearance although the
terms will be wider.
The Gaillard Cut widening is a
two-year project. The contractor
will be required to begin work
within five days after notice to
only of a Soviet-Ame an 1
meeting an dlt is not clear, yet f
whether he intends to include f
British and French officials, J i
The Kremlin's second Inveom-
meeting with Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles yesterday that
"there will be peace." F
Mikoyan said after the' parley :
h nd Plles discussed the,-,
miMif and.tradei m? ciliad" rt
"useful talk.' ;.r
Mikoyan stsO disclosed that he r
hower after he returns har. frT
ZZL. Via rasuient Eisen
VOTg20aroUnd th! mtrr J""
The State Denartmenf m,;a ii
koyan "brought an oral messate -i i
of greeting" to Dulles from Sovet M
rremier JVikita Khrushchev.. Mi.
e& Vecc0nd. ony to-Khrush.
,A itl the Soviet 'eadership, 1
Mikoyan told reporters, after
Iyta DuDm' State Department
cjegftst "I think it
.aer, Peakin before television
cameras, he said he believed dis dis-cushions
cushions dis-cushions with Dulles and other
American officials "should Im Improve
prove Improve prospects for peace and
ZS.,7 col2 war tensimis.
We J gee how it turns out." he
aid. Then he said through his
translater "there will be peace.''
. Mikoyan said h and Dulles
discussed m general terms in I
preliminary manner areas of com
SJntst- He said these. In.
eluded "the nnoot;.. r,fu
trade." fly' d"" and
"We intern) tn mA
I return from Vtrtp'SSk Itt5
lh be f.flJd' ? meetin wth Eis.
enhoser "has ben a.?.-ir..
The Stain rianotn..., i.
ftVmj is-, ,UBUl "ler coB.
rith-that Mlkoyan will 'meet
with the president about Jan. 19.
The conference with Dulles took.
Place despite the f.M ttv .2
secretary was suffer.w "EL
davSr,nction h P'cked up sun:
D.ullls. wai for"d to cancel
LUT 10 uaa yesterday and left
SeetinT ,mmediately the
Mikovan anrf Ki. ..
Stato fi..-"0.."lu". iwfint
Z: r" mrougb a cftr..
"a sta Depart,
ment security officers, who weri'
brought into the lobby "o hold
Jons CrWd rf.'lS!w
. Svm Hungarian oickef
ng across the street from e en
trance, chantedV'Red rmirder3
Muoyan left the building.' t
Alberto, Qaspar de Alba it f
aanan was-fined $10 by Juda
Jhl E. Demlng at Balbot Mar
isuaies vouri Inriav for riWir i.. ;
the Canal Zone without s license
7 V" ",so ""e0 Pr not keep ing
his promise to attend court n
later than Nov. 28 last year.
rcuoimo iiuerzon, za. Amel
ican Was fined SIO fnr Avert. lrm
pn Gaillard Highway, and fa din
to return to the right side of th
road before coming within lOO-fet
of an oncoming vehicle. 5
Kooert Ernest Stamp, 2ff."Pai
amanian, wha failed -to appear
court on the proper date was firo
$5 for this and $3 for the origin
offense, which was having no wu
staeJrf. sticker on his cat
f AGE TWO
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COMING HOME WITH HIS
la" tha next few weeks you
AJrHhat wonderful? Well Mom,
thereain't much to gripe bdoui.
my Twiddles asked me wno i
njjir TVil Vioro ennt.
I have a little confession to make. I try hard to follow the
,- ..... 1n( J 4nnin of hntflA fnr me. hut twas a Dlt GlIIlCUU.
Why. llQUor is so cheap here that you can hardly pass the thing
uo When you think that at home it's either corn or none at all.
Th T btherday one of the big brass was going home and paid
tot. is hnt.tiM extra in his baeKage. This is in
Edition to the 50 he himself was
ivi.. ehnniH T Virlnrr ohnnt. lv
Talk T about the rcholcert Vpote,
man ever got half day during me aims buuu,.
kSrttt that and In addition to the half day you can use the
haS or Uncle Sam to have fun, especially if you belong to the
..elected few. That's why I am coming home with all my -cavi
ties because once upon a ume aner rcluub .Vy
they called my first sergeant to cancel same. No explanation
given. And what do you think, since I was on leave I went down
foW'bowling about 9:30 in the mornin&s only to SJi the
dentist" there playing off a bowling match.
a., or a t.hP neon ( who receive the extra in-
Pntive a mean extra pay) to be
lor fun and use Army time to play off matches, so wno cares
If my gums ache? I guess if it is OK with sports minded CO s,
i. i... u rw nHtVi m .Tha tnn
One thing I am glad for Mom, is the fact that I could at at-.i.c
.i.c at-.i.c nt,M under this here USAFI program for when I
Tome back in thia Army, it will be with degree, trimmings et al.
Without that you are nowhere. These degreed people really
live. One of them had me over for the holidays and what a
life. Thank goodness there was someone who did not think
that all GI Joe's are nobodies. One thing I never make a mis mistake
take mistake about is letting any of my buddies know who Dad is. I
lust, tive them the opinion I am a nobody.
1 I shall! miss a lot of folks here too, Mom. I have run across
tome lovely Panamanian families. It grieves me when I hear
the captain over my master sergeant say the only Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians they know are the maids. Why, Mom, I don t mind mix mix-toe
toe mix-toe With the people in Panama and my closest friend is Prof
who studied at Columbia in New York. I envy him and
some of the persons I was privileged to meet through him.
When they hold a conversation your head grows.
One thing I found out about cultured Panamanians (unlike
a lot of us) they do not tell you their business. It s no that
they are secretive, it's just that their culture encourages closed
tongues. That's best, as Prof. Juan says, becaucse as he puts it
"your People arr-a bit on the envious side even with their very
Tke meant if floe's wife has a little more than Tom's wife,
" ho. hn rnnn nor around the
world serving the good old USA
'w; . Jti -v, j
eiliereQ a. Pio mm, mm
thrift was able to buy more of the niceties in un worm, duu x
Mom,0fmusfclose and see if I can get another ap ap-Mintment
Mintment ap-Mintment because this tooth is killing me and the bowling
matches are over. Oh, to be, a popular officer That's what I
yearn for and swear I'll be that when I get that degree. See
ju tp, the next few weeks. t0vt, '"' i ? ; '
I We Local Raters who formerly lived in La Boca, and who
wre affected so adversely by the treaty, are stiU waiting for
that pay raise. We were told that according to the treaty those
Sus who were put off the Canal Zone were to get a pay raise
help us meet the higher cost of living in Panama. More than
. .o, v,o. o-nn hv nnrt we have not received a penny. But
fitter Jate than never. Governor
ar still expecting that something
! Kthose Interested in boosting Panama's tourist trade might
uritrtH in this storv which I Intend, upon mv return
hmha tn tail envnn rnntemnlatingr a trio here.
t I bought a half-ounce bottle
i fanama store. Upon opening
tAmo more than one quarter
Soif me only $2 at that, for I
l1Ma Of Oil
YH have asked many people I
. and everyone says mere is nowuug i un uu -.
7 J complained to the store that I had been overcharged. The
owner told me: "We always overcharge tourists."
S'At least twice a week I get a large chuckle from an an an-ySwicement
ySwicement an-ySwicement made both on CFN and in the two English news news-jpapers
jpapers news-jpapers about some social outfit on the Zone which is forever
having some kind of a party or meeting.
sTne announcement invariably ends with these words: All
servicemen, their dependents, residents of the Canal Zone and
tof the Republic of Panama are cordially invited to attend.
T This is indeed a broart and generous invitation. What I'd
jllke to know is who is excluded from attending?
I All Inclusive
I CAiV FILL YOUR JSEEDSl
(seeing me home again
lookirjg back over the years
I was coming here all
Washington and they
a choice one
taking home. Ain't that some
why at Camp Timbucktoo no
in the Army. They get half day
while th othfer jjho might hivtH
rrian knr the meanlnir o0i
---- ---- -
Potter should be told that we
extra in our pay.
of French perfume for $15 at
it, I found tne pacKage coniain-
or an ounce, ana it snouia nve
don't believe it was French per-
have met, and In many stores,
A N.Y. Tourist
By VICTOR RIISEL
There is only one man In the
U.S. across whose desk flash the
first faint angry words of all la
bor conflicts. Many of these later
come roaring into the headlines by
shutting down huge plants or vast
national industries. Tha man is
Joseph Finnegan. chief of the Fe
deral Mediation and Conciliation
Service which annually settles or
prevents thousands of strikes. For
view of things to come, urn
column asked the following ques
tions of Mr. Finnegan, because nil
guesses are the most educated in
Q. What do you think will be
some of the sticky issues m
A. There are over 150 major col
lective bargaining agreements co
vering upwards of 4,500,000 work workers
ers workers that will come up for nego negotiation
tiation negotiation in 1959. I have no way of
predicting which one is going to
be the most troublesome, because
labor relations seldom follow a set
script. Without even dusting. off
my crystal ball, I think it is safe
to say that a troublesome rumoie
is in prospect in the oil industry
in the very near future. The union
is asking for a 25 cents package
deal and management has taken
the position that this is unwarrant
ed and inflationary. It has indicat
ed that it will sbremously resist
the union demands. More intense
feeling is building up in these ne
gotiations than has been charac
teristic in the past several years
and things could get explosive.
The steel industry, of course, has
always been somewhat of a wage wage-pattern
pattern wage-pattern setter, and it is the big
unknown factor for 1959. Some
tough talk has been coming out of
the steel workers union home of
fice. And many spokesmen for the
steel industry have indicated that)
the industry is tired of begin ac accused
cused accused of granting inflationary wage
increases, and this year is willing
to lock horns with the steel union.
It must be remembered that the
political and industrial settine was
different when the 1956 steel con contracts
tracts contracts was negotiated, and this
enhances the possibility of a real
Donnybrook in the 1959 steel nego
tiations. There are, however, some
pretty sophisticated bargainers on
both sides and public statements
don't necessarily have much con
nection with actual bargaining at
titudes when the chips are down.
problems affecting seniority, au
tomation, plant relocation, size of
work crews, and the like will prob
acy mark the 1959 bargaining pic
ture. The recent widely publicized
opposition of the Internat ot;al
Longshoremen's Association (IND
to automation in ,?hiplqading and
Unloading,!-' $ argn; oT thinga i
come. That contract, of course.
will be "up for grabs" next Sen-
tember. Remember, too, that his
torically the shipping industry and
the longshoremen have bargained
through big, unwieldy groups and
this will not make the task of me mediating
diating mediating the longshore situation a
ny easier. Certain trade union al
liances could also complicate the
longshore negotiations, nartini-
larly as they relate to other as aspects
pects aspects of the transportation field.
W. Do you see a tougher bargain
ing between labor and manage
ment, and, if so, why?
A. Yes, I do. I think this toueh-
er bargaining to which you refer
nas Deen gradually building up o o-ver
ver o-ver the last couple of years. In the
case of industry representatives
there has been a growing feeling
that profits are not as high was
the productivity factor indicates
they should be. The toughening up
process has been accelerated soi.ie
what by some develooments dur during
ing during the recent recession.
During this pnod of lower sales,
management examined many of
its production methods, standards
and processes and found them to
be outdated and uneconomic. By
introducing new methods and light
ening up on incentive standards
and the like, management found
it could compensate in a measure
for lower sales. Many manage management
ment management representatives concluded
that the way to improve profits
was not merely by playing for
increased sales, but by getting the
production to which they felt they
were entitled form the working
A concomitant of this effort was
a drive by management to assert
a firmer control of discipline and
authority in order to implement
therse production changes. I think,
ioo, in some industries there is a
mounting resistance to company company-wide
wide company-wide bargaining on the theory that
geographical wage differentia s
should be recognized by unions ra rather
ther rather than putting a flat price tag
on a particular job wherever per performed.
formed. performed. On the labor side, too, there has
been mounting pressure attribut attributable
able attributable in some measure to rank-and-file
pressure on labor laders to
get money increases to offset the
increase in the cost of living. Tech Technological
nological Technological advances in industry art
creating a growing demand on the
part of rank-and-file workers for
greater job security and better
These are only a few of the fac
tors which have contributed to a
tougher bargaining attitude on both
sides of the collective bargaining
table. From where I sit, there ap appears
pears appears to be a good likelihood of a
more active collective bargaining
scene than we saw during the past
Q. Tell us something about the
problems the Federal Mediation
and Conciliation Service has run
into in connection with the con construction
struction construction of guided missiU bases.
such as Cape Canaveral and other
A. There has been a rash of ju
risdiction squabbles from time to
time, but by and large knock
on wood there have bee no ma major
jor major problem in this field. Sure.
there have been tome troublesome
, "dust upa" due to refusal of dues
Walter Winchell In
Insider hear tha soon January
1st the CBS Rdio Network will
hardly be a network. Except for
a few hours a week. The rest w u
be local. .The chief backer of
Gwen Verdon's soon-due musical
show, "Redhead," is a reception receptionist
ist receptionist in an ad agency. . .Lambert
Bi others, a jewerly store at 60th
and Lexington, keeps passersby in
fnrmed ot the world's news via a
Dow-Jones (Ticker in its window
In downbeat's latest band poll
(just out) Done! Hampton isn't
eyen in the line-pp. He is merely
the Nat on's fop grossing record-
breaking jazz-giant and has been
for the past ten years.
Roosevelt Zanders (he drives
Maria Calls nd other celebs a-
bout town) just bought, a 2750O
ereen and cocoa Rolls-Royce:.
has 75 coats rtf batnt and soUdTlO
fixtures .Eartha Kitt'r a Big
click at the Waldrof. .Kim Novak
witnessed Lena Home's show, "Ja "Jamaica,"
maica," "Jamaica," twice in 10 night. Marc
Marno (he nlays an Amw'can
sailor in the hit, "Suzie Won,'
was a captain of waiters, at the
Tiiau before tackling Broadway.
The deejays are in love with "1
Enjov Bein a Girl.' Pat Sifnki's
hit from "Flower Drum Sonr. .
Ted S h a n i r o. accompamn for
Sophie Tucker 38 year, alwavs
calls her "Miss Tucker'.- Wait Waiters,
ers, Waiters, bus-bovs and o'hers call her
SopVe or Sonh. .Shaoiro' bl"
one hit was "T Had To Be You,"
th Duke o Winer's net.
DeMiie RevnolHs' heartbreak heartbreak-hearllinee
hearllinee heartbreak-hearllinee boosted her salary f-nm
150 to $?"i0,000 ner picture. .Wbv
anviety is ranioani ii Hollywood:
Onlv shout 200 nl'vers "'e under
contract to sttid'o-. Thousands
free-lane. .On of th film ma?
Hispoes that Eher Williams and
teff Chanrtler drive convertibles
that match. So in luff!, .Helen
Waves' brief hlnranh.v An ac actress
tress actress at 5, a star at 18 and now
a Legend. .rVllboard's ixi'l nf
national disc jockeys voted F. Si Sinatra
natra Sinatra net. ma! vocl't and he
was cited for Best LP "Corne
Fly With Me'. Once cain he
was the only double winner. .
Durin" the pewspaner ?triV ma many
ny many playwrights and produces
admitted that they missed the
critics. ..Anarentlv. the worst cri criticism
ticism criticism !8 hing ignored.
Steve Allen and Oenree Dnnln"
wrote two of the popular sonss of
the mov'e season. "Houseboat'
'nd "Bell. Book and Cane".
Thev wrote the theme for "Pic "Picnic."
nic." "Picnic." another click. .They have
never mef. Do all their collgror.t-
mg over the lnng-d'stanc nhone.
runin In Calrorma, Allen in
New Vork. .Jaye P. Morgan, the
recordin" star, who never appear
ed In a New York night clh, stars
at the Lst'n Q for a month start starting
ing starting Jan. 9th. .Horacio. who vs
he created the Mmbo, has a nw
dancing partner. Beentv Anii Oil
Ins. .Look offer' .Terrv Lewis'
confession: "I've onlv read
one book in my life". .The Bri
tish are having a m.ov(e promotion
rmnalgn. the s 1 o a n hein":
"Don't take your wity for Tant
paying union men to
side employes of non-union con
There have been divergent ph lo
soohie between the U.S. Army En-
gineer Corp and tlw Army Air
Fore with regard to contract let letting
ting letting which ha been troublesome;
but so far our mediators, witn tne
assistance of the AiivForc and
Engineer labor liaslspn represen representatives,
tatives, representatives, have been able to keep
things under control, (we nave set
up machinery within tha Mediation
Service to follow and quickly tk
action when we spot sttuat on that
call for actual or preventive me
Federal mediator keep close
tabs on development, at all ot the
bases scattered throughout the
country and report directly to rue
when they detect a situation that
might blow up with I resultant in
of Amedca'i defense
I Don't Want to Caddy Any
I Wont to Play"
ed. Take her to cinema I". .
Perry Como's secret for suc success:
cess: success: "If you get lucky and you do
what people like, then you last"
. .Miss Bergman's philosophy:
"Happiness depends on two as assets
sets assets which fortunately I have.
They are good health and a poor
memory". .The Rodgers-Ham-merstein
batting average: only
one of their shows, "Pipe Dream'
broke even. All the others made
money. . Ralph Bellamy, star of
"Sunrise at Campobello," is one
of those naturals. Never took an
acting lesson. Gerry Jedd is
London's new darling via "Tw3 for
the Seesaw.' She appeared in a a-bout
bout a-bout 20 Off-Brodway plays here
The London Chroicle critic gushed :
"Miss Jedd eniovs a triumph
UfilU take. th4 jwf mtries of older
rpUygoers belf fo"the 201T when
Pauline Lord c me over in 'Anna
Marlon B r a n d o' s fussiness"
( while direc'tine his first film,
"One-Eyed Jacks") amused the
smart-alecky set of Hollywood.
But at Paramount they say the
footage Brando h- shot to-dat is
"sensational". .Movie ac'or Jan
Hall an-i Roho Rockefe'ler ha1
one Hollvwood date last wek and
the gossins went w:ld. The ex ex-Mrs.
Mrs. ex-Mrs. Jack Webb (Dorothy Towne)
and Cubhv Broccoli Cwho planned
touring Yurrop) snddc'v chang changed
ed changed their minds. A'ita Talbot, who
clicked in the "Thin Mn" TV
enes. has a torriH romance. He
is I in Hofleer Poro He Cnobs
of Pita Havwnrth's fi,Tn. "Thun "Thunder
der "Thunder in the Sn". .TVhra Pajrefs
ex-husband 'David S'ree') an
his sTxh bride 'Elaine Perrv)
whom he ouiet'" married In Oc Oc-'tnber.
'tnber. Oc-'tnber. are reported stifling yawn,
Paramount offered Warner's
i7S,000 fnr flint Walker 'star ,lf
"Chevenne ) 'ho Is on strike. The
stud'o wants h'm tn aonear to nn nn-rnclte
rnclte nn-rnclte Pnnhi T,orn in "Feller
With ; Gim." Jack Warner trn
ed It down becae he would have
had 'o giv fn to t actor's de de-mnr's
mnr's de-mnr's .Plvwr'"ht Dore Scharv
and v-rjfe decided to sell thei
swank home near Movietown and
1 Football kick
9 Group of
12 Bread spread
13 Operatic solo
14 French friend
17 Mr. Franklin
19 Best gate
21 Chest term
27 For fear that
2 Polish lancer
4 Clan symbol
7 Assess as
8 Golf term
18 Slanted type
20 Supplies fat
22 Campers' ; ;
24 Throw a ball
25 Toward tha
t J naisca strip
37 Not her
39 Sports' team
41 Be a spectato
42 Sweet potato
at a time
88 Dry, as wine
87 Siberian rival
S Gaelic ,n
80 Degrees (ab.j
JW w. l V'
dwell here. He is ,i.uiig two new
plays. "The Unsinkable Mrs.
Brown' and "A Majority Of One"
. .Composer Jul Styn played hit
"Gipsy" score for Ethel Merman,
who was so thrilled she cried.
Lou Levy, music publisher, once
managed the Andrews Sisters.
He married one. Today he is a top
notch Pan Alley rtizen. Just turn turned
ed turned down three million for his mu music
sic music firm. He started it with a bor borrowed
rowed borrowed $50.
Alan King' teeve deal in Eng England
land England was a reward for going over
so well with audiences there. He
wa- telling friends' "it's different
in Brita'n. When you flop over
here they drop your option. Over
there they just deport you!'V
Ajia Mercoo'ova in "Whoop Up"
was born in StunchAl of White Rus
s1niret4-HeR first nam OuAm
i . ... a .tk i..ii
is pnmouocea s An-oee- x t i
You'd be amazed at the" number
of people on the coast who sus
pect Julie London and Bobby
Troun secretly wed long o. :,'
We doubt it. Staying single she
ets $lS.ono alimonv from Jack
WebbiHtSonhje Tucvefi who 's
almost onened the Latin
Onorter rwumi Ttearh) seon
W'th h"r usual h.ir.)r nd lifhf.
ning. Big hit. .How come rhe T-v
dims in Western shoot everybody
excent f'e atar?
"The. Walter Winchell File (De (De-sllu)
sllu) (De-sllu) wll .soon he syndicated in
.iigtra"n nd the Philippines. .
1 (h-t staS In he eo'rs from
"The D'sennhapted" drama:
"af er a while yon don't, count
vor vers. -oii count the num num-her(
her( num-her( ymirf disenchantments". .
This is th "lure of show-hi7: over
5 atidltiond for a 9-mInute role
in the musical, "DestryV
NEW DFT HI Tndla "ivrt 5o 5o-vie'
vie' 5o-vie' Pem'er NiH'a Khnishrhev
"raised jMie' effen's towaH
neaeefii jo'uHon n' 'nternatlonal
nrWems fn a New Year' me-.
a?e disclosed here yetr-
ftv VhnishcVev's mess-" to Pri Prime
me Prime MtyiMer J?waharlai Nehrv al-
o landeH the Tndisn n"rrtmnt
for supportin moves toward a tus-
pens'on of nuclear tests.
Answer to Previous Puzzle
28 Kind of track
30 Heredity unit
31 Royal Italian
in 1 regatta
48 Forward -i
48 Arrow poison
82 River in
83 Dance step
11 1 1 1 1 1
p n ft 1 11 MM f lit III
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3 TTTT TT
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FAIRBANKS,. Alaska- The lat latest
est latest Texa tory it Billy Graham s
definition of clauitropao wa : ao
Alatkaa in Texas."
It' a itory that deUghU Aitt-
kan. For, a the biggest state
prepare officially and lormaUy to
becomt a state in 1959. it is burst
ing with pride and vPreening it
feather. J' ,'':' "T
When Mr. Helen Fisher Demo
cratic national' eommitteewoman
from Alaska, went to Wa'shington
for the last Committee meeting
the packed four suitcases. Thiee
contained clothe to tide her
through the customary session in
the imoke filled room. The tour
contained smoked salmon and oth
er fishy edible from Alaska.
' The airline proceeded to lose the
first three auitcatei containing
clothe,- But ., eommitteewoman
Fisher wa happy. She ha the
suitcase containing Alaskan fish
Not only is Alaska proud,,' but
like many youngster it ba a chip
on it shoulders It brittle at cri criticism
ticism criticism like a Kodiak bear surpris
ed in a berry patch.
Whenword wa published in A
lasktn newspapers that I was a
bout to report on a radio program
that hamburger in Alaska cost
one dollar, sign appeared in Fa.r
banks restaurant "Drew Pearson
Never Ate Here Hamburgers
And on a Fairbanks TV program
during which I wa hauled over
the coals for a garbled. Associated
Pre dispatch stating that I had
crticized Alaska, the Fairbanks
Chamber of Commerce tent me
three hamburgers for a dollar
with instructions that I choke on
them in front of the TV camera.
Alaskans have fought hard for
statehood and they don't even want
their hamburgers belittled.
They want it mad clear that
they have an area v one-fifth, the
size of the other 48 states; mure
timber perhaps than all the other
states, gold, copper And preciouj
metals, bigger crops, potatoes and
cabbages than any place, else in
the world. ' '.';,
I might add that they -"also
have tome of the most beautiful
scenery, atrociou weather, biggest
mosquitoes and most energetic
people to be found in any of the
49 State. ; ;
A NOTABLI "STEAL"
A few years ago the Soviet press
was talking about the American
"steal" of Alaska as if preparing
for a drive to get if back. The
idea of getting Alaska back couldn't
nave been very serious, but the
description of the $7,000,000 price
tag for Alaska as a "teal" Wa
certainly accurate. 4
Alaska was a much bigger st al
than even Moscow realized, for
neither ; most. Russians .nor 'most
Aerieananov thai .ihXifW:
ow wa a concealed payment, for
me com -or; lending the Rusian
fleet to guard San Francisco and
New York during the toiignesi
uiuiiius ui nur uivji war. 1
In 1863, with Confederate raider
getting bolder and the British hnn.
ing to split the.Smith Aff frAm ''the
iNorin, ADranam unceln was a a-iraid
iraid a-iraid Br.tain and France might for
mauy recognize the south.
A ..!. n
as an old African, hand and I
guess I am, by now I will be
leaning back to the old country
p etty soon, because i am over--whelmed
with one masave curio curio-si
si curio-si y: I want id know, after hear hearing
ing hearing all the fine talk and treading
all the boasts at the recent All All-Africa
Africa All-Africa Peoples' Conference in Ac!
era, just how the African it going
to make this brand-new democra
There seem tqi be nearly 20tf,-
000,000 natives tiling aifouiid onf
he Continen They are of differ
ent tribes, different folkways, dif dif-iei
iei dif-iei ent languages. The majority are
untutored. One way or the other,
most vines nave a passing ac active
tive active dislike for each other.
Stuart Cloete who. knows as much
aboul Africa at any writing while
man alive, with the possible excep exception
tion exception of Laurens van de'r Post, and
who has always been basically orb-
African in ids views, hat written:
"The Afncan'i problem is not
how to get rid of the-white man,
but wnai fc do-without him f ejr
he leaves." 1
And: "The 'educated' African
doesn't want to Hit anything hea
vier than a pencil or dirtier than
a lountain pen." 1
And the penally of success (in (in-education
education (in-education and advancement) is to
have tne successful African's rela.
fives descend on hint en masje,
And, the titA act of a "mono 1
ed" African it to turn and kick
his unsuccessful relative' iq the
Torri Mboya, tha 28-year-old 'Iri
brand from Kenya, wa the hit of
the Accra conference with hJb blaz
ing speeches about 'White Man,
Scram!" but didn't read anv re
ference to the ahol or share-crop
sysiem, 01 A.iauyu una tenure in
Which Undies, squattert "farm or
attempt 10 poach on the landt 0:
their own tribesmen, who n,-i the
first to raise a heavy voice and
heavier foot. V.v;.v
I read very Ufa about the com com-plexity
plexity com-plexity of elans within tribe, or
of wltchcrafti, or of eul 1, f
jwperstltion, all at active and func
tional today a thoutind yeirt
,ln Kenya alone. Mboya would
have to deal with Kikuvu. w.t.m.
ba, Walulingulj, Karirondo, Meru,
naimuie, atmouru, Ssm.li,
Turkana, Coastal Swahili Embu
and a not of other tribe and tub tub-tribe,
tribe, tub-tribe, (
Some of them ars'paatoral, i0m
art agrarian, some live in cit es,
torn fish, 10m hunt, torn poach.
So he tent Bayard Taylor with a
pei.oua lauer iu oreiku muuier
u U(wtuaov iu ou i'Kvtioourg ask
uig iu. ueit u Wa. lecivay ameed
(Del iU tulf JltaUCC 11U AUftldfld
rewuuiia Luc woawl, hiIhm wUl
uy: itu wu uie oorm ua U
mCa uy inuu aat ut i;ai
Wiuuil uetuilg UiMieilt Ot Ult
iari ot tn seuei uuueruaduig
We uiu Mw w w -lg
Um cui ui u AtuM4 umt oper-
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uuuu4 Uie liuuia oi
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utaieiy llUUie-utaieiy icitoatiu uy At itu't, lua lua-tduiiu,
tduiiu, lua-tduiiu, j'si "-..iiSi"
iuo ruiny 01 tae Potomac even
lOO. a Uajr uut Vtuufe euie. Mitbuul
et tuiiuc n.iu uuu 111 me
ouitcu ou.ie uu wa capital of
iinaoa ui uxuuMua ui ui
aiwwlwirt w. ;
There was no public explanation
a iu 4 Jtva.Mn aeet snould
UJU UU' ill AWKliUeU W-waa,' ui
M'S Luaukcueilte lit tttihV uU-
ueiatuou Wcu. iud taisovsiu iihiuy
COlUiufcU lU nuiuu.i i .ii,Utuit
"ti uuuer eieu uiuei 10 ut
u'mu oniy u eouuageiicy
lllot iiaS liOt 0CLul'id hmj.
il Kal' ulue OUk uetMccll tuc Wu-
eu oiaies uu lorctau nauoiis." v
lU' fU. x i aatikby, j. uyo, VVSS
quae iiiie..iMj flaiidwi a note 4
vooitiberi raiuer woicit reau;
' me UflueiSigiieu l insupucteo lo
liUOl'IU WUUiU iv Ul Uuualt iuui
id taip si tut auove-menuuuea
squauiou are uouuu 10 assist ui
aumoriues ot everypuce : wneis
irienusiup is oueru tiieui iu a4
measures wmcn may .be aeeuittd
necessary by tne iocl : auuii-uut,e
n repei any .titinpt gauisi tus
securuy oi uie piatt.,'.
' Mhce tae peopi 01 San Francn Francn-co
co Francn-co were proiuae iu uieir "iriena "iriena-ship
ship "iriena-ship tor uie Kussian' tieet, tut
warning to tne conieueralaiaider
wa not lost. .1 s,.
; ii it naan't been for tail Russian
intervention and- the subsequent
deal to pay for Russian navat ex expenses
penses expenses oy charging an ''inflated
tirice tor Alaska, the United stale
might conceivaoly be lunctiowug
unuer two separate governmeuu
,f And, what tnurt Irk the present
.ruler ot Russia' f- the .iact ; that
Russia not only helped solidaly aiid
strengthen the United State, but
the niece of -territory involved Jin
the deal is nbw tha 49th ttata and
the chief American base aimed at
-The question of defending that
new state, however, ha been des des-cr.bed
cr.bed des-cr.bed by President Eisenhower as
extremely difficult and wiU be dii dii-cussed
cussed dii-cussed in another column. v
Mast at thfht view ech other with
ctiv juspicioniidislike and, in
pnte ilnstaacpsi lctive Hatredll
.Most detest ihe Kikuyu, the larg larg-est
est larg-est iribe, famed, over the: year
foirsearlawyering and deviouanes
Miner than, valor. or. simple .tough .tough-net
net .tough-net or ictive fierceness. v .t.
Trying to weld-ths noma.tin hrda
men inio a whale with the agripul-
"""W aootwr.u; 'ne nunto.-s,
the ishermen ih nniit,i
Narobos, tie. clerks and ihe snivs
and themes-chasers even in one'
small stale. Kenv would h
almost impossible task, .The' .ate 1
of eimpUcity of )hinkirlg among tha
majority of the tribesmen must be
seen j be believed, even, today.
Fancy then the size of Africa, and
the difficulty of weldihg iu di diverse
verse diverse peoples into a whole. s
In one asdMCt, theA ncan o'oes o'oes-not
not o'oes-not differ from hi white cousins.
He want to cling t A what n
holds,- ami he does, not wiih to
shart, 1 . v 'v 1 if.,
j The great KwameNkruroab'i
first js eps when Guana became" a
''aie wa to sHence, exile or con confine
fine confine the oppo.ition, ;
in public lind-boondoggling in tf tf-ganda
ganda tf-ganda when King Freddie, the head
man of Uie Bugandas, came back
.roma tham?agne ex'ls in Eng.
anut ihe courthoij e bby r just
king of. cu up a fews huhtred
thojVi.ud -cho.ee acre -a c
among, themselves, df.X-&:-
I am ioo pe,rcea for democracy,
bu 6a ii .ve.i:vuhtVei!'ortiebo y
tj mind thp giore somebody io
ccun ,' be pa atpe. lomeiody to
be on the wiffr& --i
i --i Africa by ; Afribi hi ?com ?com-PH
PH ?com-PH hed veiy UUla on ll' pwn iin
agricuMure, "governmeft'y. adtiii'
nistration -i. untiLf r. 1 he; Ara b
and then: the whitaman arrived,
and. onJ jecentlycft;'v,
Ther: en 'MeUt e '1v'U r'matt J
our of .cour.e nd li34 quai-el
hcippily among the m .1 i
steal from eoh-;ir, T' kill ?aici
o'itt, In 1 lQ-,r,;;lbi'cf.,a'ai"'
restrainel '.dimoftritlc di ferenci I
of h'nk ni ,&s f$, J,J
, There H ed to b 'eynieal My
in amoni the ,1 v : -t inT..
li .1 tl-e ''Ool ..''V;,
-'That i not en ily 'rue'.'i bat
If the Mboya and N irnntwV imp
headbng into unsupervised ?Tree-dom'-'from
white supervision a Jot
of Ioo1 are going to ,0 flni bed
before the job done say him
dredvVear Lorn now, 'but never
1 f ;
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UPD (UPD-Ameriean
Ameriean (UPD-Ameriean Airlines remained
grounded by a pilots strike for the
17th day today, but a federal me mediator
diator mediator reported slight signs of pro progress.
gress. progress. Leverett Edwards, the mediator
said he was "encouraged" by ten tentative
tative tentative agreements on some points
reached at yesterday's bargain bargaining
ing bargaining session. ,
He "declined to predict when a
final settlement might be reached.
Even yesterday's agr e e m e n t s
"could blow up at' any time," he
Meantime; the, airline furlough furlough-ed
ed furlough-ed some 20,000 non-pilot employes.
They, had JfatejtiyM, twp Ml
notice when: the pilots struck DqCr
19 but were kept n over the holt holt-days.
days. holt-days. Non-pilot workers picketed the
National Mediation Board building
where the conctract talks are tak taking
ing taking place.
, Marching up and down in sub,
freezing blustery weather,, they
carried signs bearing such slog slogans
ans slogans as: "My Xmas Dills are not
paid. Pilots go back to work."
This January meeting on the
Canal one-Panama Branch of
the,. Aimed; Forces Writers'
League will concentrate on
manuscript preparation for the
publishing and magazine mark
et. '.Special attention will be
given 10 scnpi wnung ior moving-picture
The session is to be held at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, in the
library of the JWB-USO, Balboa.
For Fort Kobbe residents and
writers, illustrators and photo photographers
graphers photographers from the ZOth Infan Infantry,
try, Infantry, 1st Battle Group, this meet meet-ting
ting meet-ting will aid in deciding wether
to hold monthly workshop
meetings at the Fort Kobbe Ser Service
vice Service Club.
Plans will be made for 1959
operations of the AFWL chapt chapter,
er, chapter, which is open to all enlisted,
commissioned and civilian per personnel
sonnel personnel of the three services, and
to qualified residents of the
Canal 25dne and the Republic
ISTANBUL. Jan. 8 mPD
At least 20 persons were feared
aeaa ana many injured by an
explosion which wrecked many
buildings In downtown Istanbul
Police, who made the casual
ty estimates, said, a public bus
was partly crusnea unaer tne
Th blast occurred on Bablali
Street, Istanbul's press center
and was thought to have hap
pened in the building housing
The Tan building partially
collapsed as did a neighboring
Duiimng, trapping several peo
cUKf Jo Crow
.HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-Rita San
Caro has. apparently won a 5.000.
OOO-o-l battle, doctors reported to-
Tie infant weiched nnlv
pound. 9 ounches last Oct. 8 when
sne was Dorn tnree months are
maturely at Hollywood Presbyte
rian Hospital Doctors said at the
time her rhanres of irrvival were
onlv one in five million.
Topay the daughter of Mario
and Leonora San Carlo weighs 6
nourtls, 2 ounches and is a zest zest-fuL
fuL zest-fuL hungry baby who eats every
TRAtl HIESE MISSIL EME N
TAIIEI (UPI) A erouo of of-
flcem -aid men of Nationalist Chi-
na's fint Nike-Hercules ground-to-
air misiile battalion left here yes
terday br seven months of tram
ino in h TTnitorf Sta Th Phi
nesef mtsile battalion Is' scheduled
to take Wer about 40 of the atom-
ic-capaMe guided missiles sent to
Formosa! by the United States.
Detectives Comb Mental-Case Lists
For Clue In Brooklyn taby Snatch
ORIVEK- AWARDS Three anembers ot Headan arter and Headquartes Conlpanr. '1st Battlfc ;
nmim., anth' infantrv. Fort KODDei.,ceivea Da ages aenoune outstanaine penormance oi quw
M drivers and outstanding maintenance, ot the ir vehicles. Capt. Richard L. Mumihftham, .bat-
H crrouo motor officer, .makes the presentatio ns while 1st Lt John W. King looks, .on. Re
ceiving the awards are left to right. Pfc-Ken neth. W. Schuette pfc. George I Brown, and I
Ip4 Willie Allen, Jr. . w
NEW YORK. Jan. 6 (UPI)
Detectives seeking kidnaped in
fant Lisa Rose Chionchio inspect inspected
ed inspected hospital maternity records to today
day today for the names of women with
histories of mental illness whpse
children recently died at. birth.
They were operating on. the
theory that a mother frustraltd
over losing ner own cniia naa
abducted the tiny infant at ran
dom from a nursery at St, Peter's
hospital in Brooklyn last Friday
night, less than 2 1-2 hours alter
her. birth. . ;
Alarms already were out for
two women resemWing the heavy-
set blonde woman seen leaving the
hospital with a "bundle" under
one arm shortly before the Chion-
emo- infant was discovered mis
Sought were Mrs. Betty Jean
Benedicto, 31, of Stoqton, Calif.,
who was convited of kidnaping a
baby under similar circumstances
in 1955; add a New. York woman,
a recent patient in a mental hos hospital,
pital, hospital, who was reported missing
from her home last Sunday.
Neither woman, however, was
regarded;by police as a genuine
suspect ij the mystery.
The latest clue uncovered in the
search vis a baby's diaper ac ac-comipaniifl
comipaniifl ac-comipaniifl by a cryptic note found
yesterdaj in the women's rest
room of a Coney Island subway
RODENT DISPLAY Brig. Gen. Milton L. Oeden and Gov. W. E. Potter fiPPm to h
ssxTtaS ysyztr was part of a dlsplay of Mts sss PhSoi ?
Gates At Fort Davis To Open
At 8 AM On Armed Forces Day
The noe, pinned
and attahed to a
to the diaper
"Pleasf return to St. Peter's hos
pital. Dim't want to hurt anyone.
Everything is so hard. Tired. Sick.
The ocea) is so inviting. Maybe
now I wl find peace. I tried to
keep her tarm. Dear God, forgive
A womin subway rider found
the note, written in ink on a page
apparent! torn from a pocket-
sizeu papr-DacK dook.
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To Hdd Harvest
Followiife. the week of prayer,
currently being held at the
Bethel Mssion Church in Pa Pa-ralso,
ralso, Pa-ralso, thee will be the annual
harvest stvice on Friday night
Memberi and friends will pre.
sent portSns of their temporal
blessings a token of thanks thanksgiving.
giving. thanksgiving. A special Item will be
the presmtation of decorated
fruit baskets at the altar by
the childen of the Sunday
School to their superintendent,
Mrs. R. Sewart.
The pnyram will be inters interspersed
persed interspersed wlti vocal numbers from
members fid representatives.
Anotherjpeclal week-end acti
Ivity is ajmemorial service In
memory of the late Angelina A.
Dixon whefiied on Jan. 10, 1958.
The memcflal service will be
held at 4 .m. Sunday.
The latfiMrs. Dixon, mother
of Rexfordlnnis and Mrs. Mll Mll-llcent
llcent Mll-llcent Brahwajte, was an ar ardent
dent ardent mernler of the Bethel Mis Mission
sion Mission up t. the time of her
death. .: 1
The paior. the Rev. W. H.
The U.S. armed forces in the
Canal Zone will present one of
the most complete demonstra
tions In the stringent "Power
for Peace" program highlight highlighting
ing highlighting Armed Forces Day as one
of the most impressive, in the
world at present.
On the Atlantic side on Jan.
10 these demonstrations will be
presented at the parade field at
Fort Davis. The gates will be
open to the public at 8 a.m.
Gates No. 1 and No. 3 will be
opened for vehicular and pe
destrian traffic, and Gate Num
ber 4 for pedestrian traffic
Band music will be played by
a Joint Army-Air Force Band.
At 9 a.m. Col. Qecil Himes,
Army Atlantic Area command commander,
er, commander, will review the troops and
present his welcoming address
to everyone. Troops participat participating
ing participating in the review will be from
A Company, 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry: c Company. 1st
Ba.tt.le Grup. 20th ''Infantry;, A
Battery; 4thun 'Battalion;
517th Artillery; B Battery. 4th
Gun Battalion. 517th Artillery:
Headquarters and Headquarters
Company, USARCARIB School;
U.S. Navy Harbor Defense Unit;
Marine Barracks, Rodman Na Naval
val Naval .Station and Cristobal Hieh
All these units will narticiDate
in the review under the com command
mand command of Lt. Col. PhiliD M. Jud-
son with a joint staff of Army,
Navy, Marine and Air Force
At 9:30 a.m. the actual dem
onstrations will commence, be
ginning with the Chemical Sec Section.
tion. Section. The demostration will con
sist of prima cord explosions,
thermite grenades, white nhns-
phorous hand and rifle gre grenades,
nades, grenades, colored smoke hand and
rifle grenades, flam throwers.
flame mine field arid the pynin-
slon of a simulated atomic
bomb. Next on the program will
be an air demonstration at
10 a.m, by H-23 helicopters and
L-19's and 20's. The two latter
vehicles are liaison aircraft.
The helicopters will demon demon-trate
trate demon-trate their versatility and mes message
sage message and paradrops will high highlight
light highlight the L-19, respectively.
When the first paradrop Is
made five jet fighters will
swoop out of the skies direct-,
ly Over the crowd. The Na National
tional National Guard of the state of
Colorado which performs as a
.let precision team nationally
known as the "Mlnutemen"
will perform precision acro acrobatics.
batics. acrobatics. This team is the of
ficial U.S. Air National Guard
jet precision demonstration
By 10:45 a.m. the demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations should be over and tours
of static exhibits and open
house areas will begin. The fol following
lowing following areas are open for in inspection
spection inspection by the public: B Bat Battery.
tery. Battery. 4th Gun Battalion, 517th
Aruiiery, Fort Davies; swim swimming
ming swimming pools, Fort Davis and Fort
Guiick; gymnasium, Fort Davis,
and the service club. Fort Gu Guiick.
iick. Guiick. Static exhibits will be con concentrated
centrated concentrated In the area now oc occupied
cupied occupied by the Transportation
Motor Pool In Fort Davis. These
exhibits will be open to the pub public
lic public from 9 a.ni. until the maj majority
ority majority of the visitors have left
the area. Service personnel will
be present to explain the exhi exhibits
bits exhibits and answer questions.
Underwater cutting and har harbor
bor harbor defense will be themes
developed by the Harbor De
fense .Unit, The Air Force will
show a jet engine and a helicop helicopter.
ter. helicopter. Communications equipment,
small arms and machine gun
firing will be presented by c
Company, 1st Battle Group,
The 4th Gun Battalion, 517th
Artillery will display an M-8
tractor, 90mm antiaircraft gun
and 120mm antiaircraft gun.
The 549th Military Police
Company and the Military Po Police
lice Police Section, Tactics Depart Department,
ment, Department, USARCARIB School will
exhibit a paddy wagon, give live
Judo demonstrations and con-
I duct a finger printing exhibi
tion with audience participa participation.
tion. participation. The school will also have ex exhibits
hibits exhibits by the Armament Sec Section,
tion, Section, Automotive Section, Sign Signal
al Signal Section, Engineer Section
and Quartermaster Section.
Other exhibits have been or organized
ganized organized by the Army Special
Services Section, the Chaplains'
Section, Education Sec tion,
Safety Section, Quartemaster
Section, Ordnance Section
American Red Cross, American
Legion, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, Boy Scouts and the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal YMCA-USO. The Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Section will display a
J-boat and an ambulance bus.
The Army Information Sec
tion will display a layout of .the,
USARCARIB newspaper, "Tha
Buccaneer," and will conduct'
on-the-spot broadcast to: be
heard over CFN.
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flag distributing firm here took a
chance on the desing of the1 new
flag and lost. The Martin Fhfg Cos
made a guess that the newlflfigi
would have severi rows of Wven
stars and the row. would be everf. everf.-It
It everf.-It purchased a quantity of the
flags on a speculation basis and
sold le than two dozen before
President Eisenhower announced
the new flag will have seven stag-:
gered rows of seven stars. rr
nwn rfj"jn mm
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TUESDAY,' JANTART 1959'
Moonilc Spurs Senators To Demand
Crash Program To Grab Space Lead
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UPI) 8m. H wry M. Jack.or, D-Wa.h.) aald today tha
"fVar'tr risK losing m vom
... j e. .nmmittAA. wiis amone several en-
Jackson, a member 01 tne rn.oa -" .ptll(ir
Jr..mftrrt, who made it plain they will aemano max in.
faster with space project, in 1959 than off.cials have
"Senate peniocranc gummer and
IHdon B. Johnson (Tex.) Key Key-noted
noted Key-noted these demands after he
and other Congressional chW chW-talns
talns chW-talns were briefed at the White
House, yesterday on proposed
n'ev -defense spending.
Johnson said he was "deeply
concerned" at what he con considered
sidered considered a lac marked by lack of
"any substantial increase" In
the reported $40,W0,000,O0 I mil military
itary military budget for fiscal 1960.
Differing views were TOicefl
bT Senate Republican whip
Ifmett M. Dlsksen (111.) and
GOP conference chairman
Itientt Saltonstall (Mjw...
Dirksen said space officials
bad outlined a urogram
iueedup and Saltonstall sM
ike discussion was too oriel
a..t. TMrninrratlr whin Mike
Mansfield (Mont.) agreed that
th White House briefing was
"Oft too sketch? a basic to en
able us to get an overall pic
tu're of the situation."
-Meanwhile a Soviet scientist
who recently discovered vol volcanic
canic volcanic activity on the moon now
thinks there also mav he oil and
fas there, Moscow radio reveal revealed
ed revealed today.
-Prof Nikolai Kozyrev has
done further research to show
the pock-marked surface or the
moon may have "many exits of
natural gas," according to the
broadcast manltored in London.
"This would mean that in ine
direct vlcinitv one may expect
to" find deposits of oil," he s
The Moon's possioie on wn
and natural gas could be us used
ed used as "a source of energy for
fuel and transportation b
cosmic station set up on the
rroday it is impossible to
state accurately when the prob problem
lem problem of conquering the moon
will be solved," the broadcast
on space research went on.
The earth lost contact yester yester-j
j yester-j rtf tvio Russian Mooni
.wiaL-in., silently Into Orbit
0 144. v
At 1 a.m. the three transmit transmitters
ters transmitters aborad the 1 12 ton "lunik"
went dead. ..
At IJie time, 82 nours aner u,
was launcnea, me
traveled 372,000 miles and was
heading into the first lap of a
214-mllllon-mile ellipltlcal path
in thj solar system.
Thetoinciai tss news
said 'Ifche program of observa
tion), ana scienwuc
tlons Of the rocket has been
That meant that the scientific
usefulness of the rocket had
ended and It had been reduced
to a space curio.
Powerful telescopes may be
able to Pick It un 15 months
from now when it completes
its first jourrev amun t
sun but it will not be heai"!
The Russians, elated hv tne
success of their nroiect. alreadv
were looking forward to new
,..,. nt snarp Soviet scien
tists anoeared in nrlnt. with
stories hintine at such nro pets
as hitting the moon and putting
man into space.
Sometime todav or tomorrow
bv Soviet calculations. th cos cosmic
mic cosmic rocket will rifle into the
orbit that will take it "round he
sun a man-mad planet be between
tween between earth and Mars.
Tas said as soon a the re re-,.
,. re-,. f the information sent
back from the rocket are nro nro-cesed
cesed nro-cesed they wll' be puWshed.
The closest the rocket will
come to earth will be in five
years time, but ever. thn L
will be millions of miles away,
lik any other planet.
Unless it is struck by a
meteor which breaks It un 't
will continue on it; oval
around the sun Indefinite v
The Russians said it wo-M
complete an orbit every 450
days 15 earth months and
would have a winter and sum
mer Just like earth.
No official name has been
given the rocket yet, but Soviet
science writer Alexander Ka Ka-zantsev
zantsev Ka-zantsev suggested it be named
"Mechlta" meaning dream.
Fire At University
Kills Seven Airmen
SYRACUSE; N. Y., Jim. 6 -(UPD
Seven airmen died today
when fire swept their barracks at
a Syracuse University housing a a-rea
rea a-rea about two miles from the main
! campus. I i
NmP) if tne Victims wens
withheld nendinB notification of
At least 15 others were injur injured.
ed. injured. The remainder of the, 43 men
who occupied the bmldiag were
accounted for. I
Capt. A. J. Del Smgnore, in
charge of a detachment Jof air
men taKing pan in special cour courses
ses courses at the university, put the num number
ber number of dead at seven after fire firemen
men firemen spent several hours search searching
ing searching the ruins.
Don Newcombe Had Better Be
In NJ Jan. 26, Judge Warns
NEWARK, N.J. (UPD A coun- In agreeing to the postponement
l.. ... ,,! vaitorriiv that I rprnm mended bv Assistant Pros-
mi inr lea sue hurler Don New
combe "had better he here Jan.
26" when the Cincinnati Rediegs
hurler and his two brothers are
to stand trial on charges of assault assaulting
ing assaulting a former policeman.
Essex County Judge Walter Con Con-klin
klin Con-klin issued the warning in agree agreeing
ing agreeing to postpone the trial because
Newcombe is in Venezuela. The
trial had been scheduled to start
Newcombe and his brothers,
Harold and Norman, are charged
with assaulting former a s t
Orance Policeman Ulysses Ross.
36, in a Dec. 22, 1957, brawl at the
Newcombe tavern here.
At the same time, it was dis disclosed
closed disclosed that Ross has filed a $150. $150.-000
000 $150.-000 civil suit against the brothers
for injuries suffered in the al alleged
leged alleged brawl.
' ... . i . t i a.
PROTECTING THE PANAMA CANAL-The Wg guns" of United States Army Caribbean are a 1 operated ana J
Sub-Zero Cold Cuts Utilities;
Boats, Homes, Planes Damaged
CHICAGO, Jan. (UPI) A
ub zero cold wave, so bitter
it knocked out public utilities for
whole cities and sparked k 11 ng
home fires, numbed most of the
iThe Arctic air rr-ass was break break-..
.. break-.. s i Southwest and re-
Ma little on the Middle West
But the East was still to feel its
ecordeiowS of 10 to 20 degrees
below zero were in store for
Pittsburgh. Pa- 53-m.le-perour
winds raked Washington, D.C..
ind four to six-foot snow drifts
blocked highways 'n western New
York and northern Pennsylvania.
In uostate New York and Maine.
weathermen predated temnera
IZr's 20 to 30 degrees below
Another vicious simm
iout of the Pacific snd into the
. Rockies. Winds clocked un to ion
miles per hour, smashed small
fcnata and oiers in the San Fran
cisco Bay area, while snow
blocked U.S. 9 at Redding Calif,
arid piled up 14 inches deep at
Crater Lake, Ore.
-The three day cold wave which
held many Midwest temperature'
tov lero or below for more than
24 hours, was blamed for at least
29 deaths attributed to exhaustion,
freezing, weather caused traf traffic
fic traffic accidents and cold sparked
Of 2 Tots Takes
Books To Jail (ell
high tension line in an Indianap
olis suburb, imposing an ou-m,..-ute
blackout, a line break cut off
gas to 400 families n Oklahoma's
Pitisburg and Lattimer Counties,
and Chicago's bitterest cold in
seven years 10 below shat shat-and
and shat-and collated a 300-foot
Low temperatures included 22
below zero at Lone Rock, Wis..
20 hplnw at Bradford. 111., 15 be
low at Valentine. Neb. 3 below at
Boone.N.C. and CrossviHe. Tenn.,
and 29 above t Pensacola. Fla.
The freezing line stretched
across northern Florida, including
most of the Gulf statrs. and temn temn-npratnrps
npratnrps temn-npratnrps rironDPd as much as 40
degrees through much of the
East. The 11 dpgreps at Dallas
was a degree colder thati the An Anchorage.
chorage. Anchorage. Alaska, reang.
The rich citrus crops of both
-southern Florida and the Texas
Rio Grande Valley escaped frost
damage for the time bein?. al although
though although it was feared the freeze
would drop the leaves off Texas
In West Virginia, two men
broke out of a state hosnital farm
and then auickly changed their
They showed up at the
tate penitentiary at Moundsv'He.
begging to be let in out of the
JERSEY CITY. N.J. Jan. 6
(UPI i TV-Radio columnist
Marie Torre settled down to a
m.riav nrison term for con-
temot to court today with two
good books, a sharpened pencil
and intentions of getting at
least cne good story out of her
The New York Herald Tribune
columnist was committeed to
the Hudson County women's
prison yesterday for refusing to
tell a federal court the source
of a disnutd;!!ew8 Item about
singer Judy Gariarw. ne iom
newsmen her Imprisonment
would e a "badue of honor" in
the battle for freedom of the
The 34-vear-old mother of
two smp'l children was booked,
fineerprinted and clad In a
hlue-and-white striDpM dress.
She was signed to a three-bed
room with a view on the seventh
floor that U used normally for
court witnesses or civil prison prisoners
ers prisoners Sh Is the onlv occimant.
Warden Hpnrv P. Mrland
ou oho will not, come con
tact with anyone charged with
ecutor Maurice McKeown, ConkVn
warned that Don "had better be
here Jan. 26."
"Hp can be here within 24
hours," McKeown said.
Don and Norman have pieaaea
innocent to charges of atrocious
assault and battery. Harold has
pleaded innocent to charges of
possessing a revolver with intent
to use it.
Ross claims that the Cincinnati
pitcher and Norman ejected him
bodily from their Newark bai and
that Harold then threatened him
with a gun.
The brothers claim they were
within their rights in removing
Ross from the bar.
"The man created a disturbance
in the tavern and I put him out.
That's all there is to it," pon
Ross filed his damage suit last
week but no papers have been
served as yet.
The Ross incident was one of
several involving the Newcombes.
Harold was arrested last April
13 and later convicted of assault assaulting
ing assaulting Policeman Edward Coates in
the Newcombe tavern. Coates
said the tavern was open after
the legal 2 a.m. closing time and,
when he entered and admotished
Harold, the latter slugged him
Don hit the headlines duriig the
ip World Series when a pirking
lot attendant at Ebbets Field
Brooklyn, claimed the p i c h e r
punched him in the stomacl. This
complaint later was dismissed.
Isthmus while C and D Batteries are localjed on the Pacific side. Equipped with 120mm guns Ilkehe battalions L.otherposi.
Uons D Battery is perhaps the best known of the gun sites because of its location,Jlamenco Island has
hnm. nt American soldiers for over a centum Fort .Grant, comprising four islands, (Flamenco, Perioo, Naos and Culebra) hd
... . 1 K t 1 J itr st WoWmm JnfAnniia nrAKa Vlft 1 11 T.rT
Fort Amador were organized In 1913 as tne coast oeiense 01 tJaiooa. uunng wrm war u me uu' ut'"f i"'""" r .rX
notch shape and the armament of Flamenco Island upped to two 14-inch disappearing rifles at Bat, Warren, four : fJ
mortars at each of the Batteries Carr, Prince and Merrltt, wh le Batteries T and f each Mdjwo 155mm Jr'.wS
both the northeast and south sides of the island, there were two pushcartmounted searchlights. Theunpels.that honeycomb
the island were used to enter the ammunition storage bunkers from which largerojectUesere transported to,, the c
guns- by a system of mono-rails and elevators. In 1945, the guns, as well as Personnel, were declared .J.ft2
armaments was begun. This was completed in 1947. D Battery (a part of the v764th,AAA Battaliorf .S?J
tn ioKo m,tv, it. irmrYi mm use of naivftired materiain and hard work bv personnel of the unit, the old. seacoast installation
has been converted into the ever watchful antiaircraft position that still stands guard, protecting the "big ditch the pan-
De Gaulle Cabinet
Rushes To Complete
200 Reform Decrees
Demos Complain $40 Billion Budget
Defense Doesn't Meet Challenge
As Oil Barge Rai
Slalen Island Ferry
NEW YORK, Jan. 6 f (UPI)
Eighteen persons wele injur
ed last night when a fry boat
carrying 1,800 commutlrs from
Manhattan to Staten Hand was
rammed broadside in new York
harbor by a gasoline birge cast
adrift by gale-iorce wnds.
Thirteen of the injired were
treated at a Staten lilan hos-
nital for cuts and brutes, while
the other five decline! medical
The fprrv the Tnmikinsville
Miss Torrp will have nomine i cornpieted its voyage o Staten
PARIS, Jan. 6 (UPD The ca cabinet
binet cabinet scheduled virtually continu continuous
ous continuous sessions to-ay to complete
work on- about 200 reform decrees
before Premie- Charles de Gaulle
becomes President of France
Officials said there will be two
or three cabinet meetings today
and perhap- one tomorrow to get
the decrees eady for signature
by outgoing President Rene Coty.
The decress embody such admi administrative
nistrative administrative matters as the trans transfer
fer transfer of the sprawling Les Halles
market from Central Parks to rail
heads in the suburbs and reorga reorganization
nization reorganization of the nationalized ra
dio and TV network.
Thev were enacted under the
emergency powers granted De
Gaulle in October The powers will
remain effective until Feb. 5, but
De Gaulle would prefer not to use
them unless abiolutely necessary
once he become. President.
Meanwhile; members of the
5th Republic- first Parliament
assembled in Paris in p-eparation
for the special session, beginning
a week from Thursday, at which
the new cabinet will be present
ed to the legislature.
Add To Violence
In Algiers Town
in nn hut rpnd a book, acord
lncr to orison officials. Guest
co'um'st will write ner wy
column until her release Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Jan. 4.
Youna Mr,'c roup
Sjnipc Pat Bnnne
. There were seven death? in Okla Okla-in
in Okla-in Missouri, four in
KtVi IHi;. nd Kansas, three in
Illinois, two in Wisconsin, snd one
each in Tennes'e. Georg a,
f-iMiUlana and California.
A the cold wave drove east
ward, a 60 m!le per hour gust
titJped a standing aimlsne h-k
on Its tail at New York's Tdle Tdle-vlld
vlld Tdle-vlld Airport, but the 43 prcons
board escaped injury. Winds
Clocked st 70 mph raced through
Southern New England.
The Windsor Locks, Conn..
Weather Bureau was jut about
to predict 10 below temperatures
when a 65 -mnn gust Diew in a
w'ndow. A forecaster srid "in "instead
stead "instead of the old crystal bll. we
just wet our fingers and held
them up in the breeze but we
had to stor this because too many
fingers were lost due to frost frostbit"
bit" frostbit" The cold was bo Joking matter
& the frozen states of Kansas
and Missouri. Kansas counted four
dead In Mondav home fires, three
- of them children. Fires also
burned down a block square bu'ld bu'ld-Ing"
Ing" bu'ld-Ing" near Arnold. Mo., and ra"ed
"unchecked for five hours at Hoi-
Jiday, Mo., destroying a grocery
and post office, because t h e
town's pumper froze.
Power and fas failures were
' numerous. The Joplin, Mo., power
' wtnt out for the second time in
as many days turning off the
lights fof 2,000 persons. Water
pines froie, harking snoplieg to
fiytO Tioton, Mo., residents for
seven hours, the fas sunply was
'critical at Spr'ngfield. Mo., snd
. power failures hit the Kansas
c towns of Lawrence, Perry, and
"""""Elsewhere, the eold snapped a
Hew Hearing 0ens
Tn Study Awarding
Of Boston Station
WASHINGTON (UPI) Negotia Negotiations
tions Negotiations for starting a court-ordered
re-hearing on the award of Boston
TV Channel 5 began in an atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of "pleasant unanimity'
Four applicants for tne televi
sion channel ana representatives
of the Justice Department tenta tentatively
tively tentatively agreed to begin the new
hearings before the Federal Com Communications
munications Communications Commission on
Judge Horace Stern of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, who will preside as a spe special
cial special FCC exam'ner in the case,
said he hoped the cooperative
spirit displayed by the parties at
the pre hearing conference would
A federal court ordered the case
re-onened to determine whether
any FCC commissioner snouiu
have disaualmed himself trom
voting in the original award.
Channel 5 was awarded to WHPJ1,
Inc., owned by the Boston Herald
Traveler, after the original hear
The Boston case, along with the
widely publicized Channel 10
award In Miami. Fla.. was inves
tigated last spring by the House
legislative oversight subcommt subcommt-tee,
tee, subcommt-tee, headed by Rep. Oren Harris
(D-Ark.). Stern also presided at
a special hearing held for Chan Channel
nel Channel 10 last fall.
Tttt.SA. Okla. (UPD Crooner
Pat Boone was selected yecterday
tn renlace concert o:?nist Van
Cliburn nn thp U.S. Junior Clnm-
hrr of Commerce list of tn out
standing young men of 1958.
Clihurn, who took top honon in
Russia's Tchaiknwsky piano com com-nciiiion
nciiiion com-nciiiion in Aoril. was forced to
bow out of th Jaycee award be because
cause because he could not accept 't in
The Kileore, Tex., piano virtuo virtuoso
so virtuoso :f schedul.-l to plav a coi-eit
in Birmipfhr.m. Ala.. Jan. 17. the
doy the JayCee awards are tn be
presented at Fort Lauderdale.
Fla. A Jaycee spokesman here
said one of the requirements is
that the 10 men named aooear In
"ersnn and that riiburn was
Boone, a 25-vear-old pooular song
stylist from N'shville, Tenn., has
a nniionallv television show and
has written a hook dealing with
the problems of youth.
Island, were two aibulances
were waiting to remo the in-
lured to a hospital. Sweral po
lice launches and Coast Guard
craft escorted the dlslbled fer
The double-decked ferry,
which has a canaciti of 2.500
nasseneers. was aboutlhalf wav
between the Statue If Liberty
and Staten Island wrfn it was
struck amldshtns on rhe star
board side by the barfe Texaco
The lmnact. which ripped a
huee hole in the frry's side
irnnrlrerl scores of nafceneers to
the deck and bro several
The barge was blng towed
from New Haven. Conn., to
Jersev Citv. N.J.. wfen it rio
ne.1 loose from its tit near the
Rayonne naval shfcyard. The
tug managed to secu the emp
ty barge a short white later.
Damage to the fefy was es
timated at $6,000.
bombs blew up
day crowds in the western city of
Se.if, adding new v:Oience to the
Nationalist terror offensive in Al Algeria.
geria. Algeria. One bomb exploded inside a
packerl mov e house, killing one
person and injuring others. An Another
other Another exploded in a cafe wash washroom,
room, washroom, smashing through a peti petition.
tion. petition. Several customers at the bar
WASHINGTON (UPI) President
Eisenhower unveiled a new $40, $40,-900,000,000
900,000,000 $40,-900,000,000 defense budget for con congressional
gressional congressional leaders yesterday. De Democrats
mocrats Democrats promptly complained
that his military and space pro pro-grams
grams pro-grams fa'led to meet the Russian
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnion (Tex.) told news newsmen
men newsmen after a 2-hour White House
meeting between administration
officials and Senate and house
leaders that he was disappointed
in the President's spending plans
for these two critical p-ograms.
"They are programming as if
we were living in a s'atic rather
than an exploding and expanding
and developing world, ne saiu.
He added that he "would go far
ther, faster" than the administra
tion in view ot boviei lecnmcau
But Sen. Everett M. uirKsen ik ik-lll.),
lll.), ik-lll.), who is-an odds on favorite to
become Senate GOP leader, told
no wEtnftn i that Dr. Keith Glenna n.
head of the new Federal Spac
Agency, outlined an "accelerated
timetable" for U.S. exploration of
He said the timetable included
an at empt to fiv a manned rock rocket
et rocket to the moon. He added that the
dramatic Sovit shot beyond the
"certainlv adds to the ac
The President al-o told the law lawmakers
makers lawmakers he will ask for wha. they
called "a substantial increase" in
he $3,298,092,500 apnrtmriated for
- Two rebel foreign aid in the cun-ent fiscal
amid Sun- year.
The bipartisan meeting was
designed to give key legi Mors a
Dreview of the defense and foreign
af'airs Dhases of the President's
State of the Union Message and
his 77 billion dollr budget in ad
vance of the opening of Congress
On almost the eve of the new
session, a erouD of House GOP
members revolted against the
leadership of Rep. Joseph W. Mar Martin
tin Martin Jr., "Mr. Republican" in the
House for nearly two decades.
They claimed they had the votes
to beat him at a secret party
But some House oldtimers were
skeptical of heir claims. They
said Martin was working hard to
re'ain his post as House Republi Republican
can Republican leader an.; predicted he would
win out. The insurgents were
backing Repv Charles A. Halleck
(Ind.), a former leader bimseu.
The House move paralleled a
somewhat similar drive by GOP
Senate "liberals" to elect Sen.
Sherman Cooper (Ky.) as Senate
Republican leader instead of Sen.
The President will deliver his
State of the Union message in
person to a joint session of the
House and Senate Friday. He will
send his budget to Congress on
Monday, Jan. 19.
lars more tha spending estimatei
for the current year.
Johnson prompiy tow newsmen
he was "disappointed that we're
not going farther, faster in our
military preparations and space
program.'- ?.'.. .-'
"I feel deeply concerned and
hope we will expedite it as much
as possible," he added. He said
the Senate prepredness subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee and the Senate Space Com
mittee, bo h of which he heads,
would hold bearings soon on the
Attending the clpsedj W hii4.e
House meetini -wV Democratic
and Republican leaders of the
House and Senate as well as
ranking members o' lkey congres-
s,ional committee dealing with de defend,
fend, defend, space, and foreign affairs.
Among administration officials
participating, Mtera4 Vice President
iucnara m. pnxon, aecreiai y ai
S ate John Foster Dulles. Defense
Secretary Neil H. McElroy,1 as
well as representatives of key
agencie- in the particular fields
While House P"ess Secretary
James C. Hagerty told newsmen
the President opened the meeting
by telling the lawmaker- th?t
" rue bipartisanship" still was vi
tally neec'sfy in the conduct of
Sen. Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.
ranking GOP member of the Sen
ate Foreign Re'ations Committee,
told newsmen the deVe budget
for fiscal 1960 was pegged at $40. $40.-900,000,000,
900,000,000, $40.-900,000,000, about 100 million dol-
Confined To Home
With Virus Ailment
WASHINGTON, Jan.. 6 (UPU--
Secreiary of Sta e John Foster
Dulles nurseaVaitvirus infection at
his home today 'hut aides said the
ailment was not a serious one.
The virus sent the secretary
home from his office yesterday. It
was the latest and apparently
the mildest of., series .of aiK
merits which began- in November
with" a successful operation on
Dulles for- intestinal cancer.
Dulles was hospitalized again
with an Inflamed intestine last
mon'h, ust before the NATO
maeHngs in Paris. His physicians
let him attend the sessions, but
ordered him to take a rest there thereafter.
after. thereafter. He sipend the holidays in
The cabinet member returned
from Jamaica Saturday, reported
that he was "feeling fine," and
loaked i1. Then he contrae'ed th
new ailment on his first day back
- Press officer Lincoln White told
newsmen that Dulles was struck
by the virus apparently a
"mild" one on Sunday.
BODMIN. England (UPD-The
owners of Jamaica Inn, the no notorious
torious notorious tavern where smugglers
and wreckers once hid their loot,
have decided to sell. Too many
Landlord Herbert Grose said
that sfier 10 years at the Inn he
and hU wife. Jean, needed a
"You need strong nerves to live
here. he sa'd. "We get a few
ohnsts from t me to time. One is
murdered man wno comes dbck
at midnight to finish his ale. The
ntw wicked bailiff."
Jama'ca Inn gained world-wide
renown through Daphne Du Maur
ler'a novel of the same name
which was made into a movie
Grose said he understood an
unidentified American had In Inquired
quired Inquired about buying the inn which
is situated, en Bodmin Moor about
235 miles from London.
LEOPOLDVILLE. J B e 1 gl a n
Congo. Jan. 6 -1 (UFi)
Europan and nativa troops pa
trolled the streets r Leopoia Leopoia-vllle
vllle Leopoia-vllle today after s impine out
the last remmants the rioting
which has taken 35 lives in the
past two days.
schools nave oeen ciosea, ana
meetings of grouonBarger than
five persons have Hen banned.
curfew was still h eiiect ior
the hours of darkrfcss.
Governor-General Henri Bos-
mans said all 35 ptrsons killed
during the rioting native Con Congolese.
golese. Congolese. He said mere than 100
Congolese ana hi nuivpcaus
have been Injured.!
Praver In Hetroit
For Tef Wo
I f ". '.. ' ..
ft P CI Mi hi ; Iflr f : 4
t ih 4.v
nWTROIT (UPI) I- "Please say
a prayer for the peson that took
. . ... rill t V. a.
the Infant from Hi
That was the sigl
straw before a knling figure of
Mary in a nativit
A thief stole the;
olaced in the
oSeTln an 8 tuS reV that stSeTlrom Mexiw though tne Caribbean islands to Central and gouth a a-mkTheto
mkTheto a-mkTheto fo'tnV MiSMS results In more accurate maps and charts .and toe, todr
25!?. S nrt M'Jcttw nlahnlns : of hemispheric defense. Accurate maps yield many other benef lts-they are a
W tobawta and construction projects and aid in the development fMXi'
.ia. ani rtirctinor t.n nrnirrftm. Droviumn tcunuiin uiiv
r"r,ir" 7" -,,..:' m.nnin .nriM. iaqs onerates cartograohiu schooMn tne canai Aone, yvjieiB .uwwuc-
not only ahare their knowledge but learn mutual respecta (
' -' fit
TUESDAY, JANUARY 193f
1U&, raAJVli AAIC.KICAN AN
(BRITISH AMBASSADOR AND LADY HENDERSON .-' 1
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER PARTY AT EMBASSY
The British Ambassador and Lady Henderson entertained at
dinner party Monday at the Embassy.-
--r Guests included the Colombian Ambassador, Dr. Rafael Rocba
Schloss; the Costa Rican Ambassador and Mrav de Quires; the
Argentine Ambassador, Lr. Angela C. Romera Tera; Mr. and Mrs.
Rjcardo E. Cuealon; the Counsellor of the Argentine Embassy
and Mrs. Mario R. Zavalia Lagos; Miss T. Pacheco; Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Hausmann;. Mr. and Mrs. Euebio Ctoncales; nd Capt. J. R.
Gower, Naval Attache. : f' v .
Italian Air Attache
Honored t Dinner
The Italian Ambassador in Pa Panama
nama Panama and Mrs. Mario Majoli en entertained
tertained entertained yesterday at the Embas Embassy
sy Embassy residence in honor ,of Gen. Fe-
General Santini, who hs terv terv-ed
ed terv-ed as Air Attache to the Italian
Embassy,' to Washington, D.C.,
and Havana,' is returning to Italy
for a inew assignment.
Clayton NCO Wives
Meet This Evening
The Tort; Clayton NCO Wives'
Club will have its regular month monthly
ly monthly business, meeting this evening
at 7:30 in the ballroom of the Clay Clayton
ton Clayton NCO Open Mess.
Alt NCO Wives who reside at
Fort, Amador or Fort Clayton are
invited to attend.
Woman's -Club Board
: The board meeting of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Woman's Club will be held to to-mprrow
mprrow to-mprrow -morning at 9 a.m. at the
USO-JWB in Balboa. The meeting
originally was scheduled for last
Charity Card Group
Plans Lunch, Cards
The Charity Card Group of the
Balboa Woman's Club will have' a
no-host luncheon and card meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Thursday at noon at the Fort
Amador Officers' Open Mese.
Final reservations or cancella cancellations
tions cancellations may be made until tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening wi.ii Mrs. Lawrence
iAdler, Panama 3-4890; Mrs. w. C.
Merchant, Balboa 3317; or Mrs.
Thomas S. McKibbon, Balboa 44 44-59.
59. 44-59. All Star Circle
Plans Lund. eon
The regular monthly meeting of
the Airstar Circle will be held
Wednesday at the Scottish Me
Temple ut .Balboa.
T. BROADWAY GRAPIVINB
Lana Turner's newest Mexican
love, a restaurant owner named
Armando, has proposed marriage
."Crazy October," the Tallulah
Bankhead show that folded during
'its-' pre-Broadway tryout stage,
-then re-opened in California
""thanks to financial shot in the
arm, will never make the Main
Stem although a New York open open-.
. open-. ing was scheduled for this month.
It goes down as a $130,000 ship ship-wreck.
wreck. ship-wreck. An unconfirmed rumor in
the Sardi Set names Huntington
Hartford as the angel who lost
a pretty penny trying to keep the
. Eddie Fisher's financial status
is so rife with problems these
days that manager MUton bisck
stone isn't even taking his full com
mission, but the crooner managed
to come up with a pretty and
pretty expensive Christmas pre
sent for Elizabeth Taylor. It s a
reversible coat which Liz wears
with the blue velvet outside, the
white beaver as a lining. .Elean .Eleanor
or .Eleanor Roosevelt's niece: Amy, has
ended her brief marriage to John
f Wendt via the divorce courts.
They took their vows only about
ix months ago.
Sol Hurok's next imDort from
Russia will be a Moscow circus.
He has it slated for a nationwide
;. tour of the U.S. ..Tlre beauty
on Robert Evan's arm during his
Miami stay was Marcia fahbus,
an erstwhile Miss Florida. A
minor offshoot of the Cuban over overthrow
throw overthrow is its effect on American
performers scheduled to play the
pig Havana .casinos at the height
of the season: They'll' miss hefty
, paychecks and for most of them
-its too late to get bookings else else-,
, else-, where.
Model Prudy Wise, once Grace
Kelly's : rommate," married
..weatlhy New Yorker Art Cutter
during the newspaper s t r i k e.
They'd known each other only
;a few weeks. Prmcess Grace is
credited with playing (natch (natch-."maker
."maker (natch-."maker in the romnce. .Errol
. Flynn turned up at East Horizon
.the other night with Ida Puente,
" wlngin. ex-wife of tnambo maes maestro
tro maestro Tito Puente. l),
Television has given The Three
Storages a hew' career. Revived
; by daytime videj, they now rate
as one of the Ifbest acts in show
; business, working nightclubs but
, also doing many f matinees lor
; children. It was the kid audiences
that rediscovered them. v.. Laur Laur-,
, Laur-, nce Olivier, who went almost
without sleep for the last gruel--'
lng 48 hours of the taped V ver-
slon of "The Moon and Sixpence,"
Jerformed so brilliantly and he heaved
aved heaved to beautifully that when the
'l.aft ilU mm.m t. it. ii
unimva rat niiri
A covered dish luncheon will be
served at i2:30 p.m. All. members
and Eastern Stars are invited to
Meets This Evening
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Fleet Reserve Association will
meet this evening at 7 p.m. at the
VFW at Ocoli.
All members and prospective
members are urged to attend.
Study Group Meets
The Wednesday Morning Study
Group will mee'. tomorrow morn
ing at 9:30 a. the home or Mrs.
William F. Robinson, 5182A Par Parsons
sons Parsons St., Diablo.
Co-hostess for the meeting will
be Mrs. Edward Doolan.
Miss Reimann Feted
At Cocktail Party
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Rei Reimann
mann Reimann entertained at their home
in Curuntiu Friday evening in hon honor
or honor of their daughter; Rosalinda.
Guests included the Ambasssad Ambasssad-or
or Ambasssad-or from Costa Rica and Mrs. Jose
Pablo Quiros, Dr. Walter McCab McCab-eb
eb McCab-eb and daughter Lora, Dr. Hector
Perez, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Phron, Mr. and Mrs. Justo Velez,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Flynn, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Sinclair, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Kock, and John' Wag Wagner.
ner. Wagner. Miss Reimann left yesterday for
Chicago, where she is studying
for her master's degree at the U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity of Chicago.
Girl Scout Council
The Canal Zone Girl Scout Coun Council
cil Council will meet Monday, January 19,
at 12:30 p.m. at the Tivoli Guest
All registered adult Girl Scout
members are urged to attend.
by Dorothy Killgallen
crew applauded him in a spontan spontaneous
eous spontaneous gesture.
rinmoHittn lanki Vannnn and
his wife are knitting tiny gar
ments alter 10 years of marriage
. . Early rushes of "The Last
Angry Man" have Columbia
executives hoping David Wayne
may cop an Oscar for his per performance
formance performance as an ad agency chap
. .A hew economy wave has hit
the Mark Hellinger Theatre. Mem Members
bers Members of the cast and crew of My
Fair Lady" have been using too
many paper cups, so they're Deing
Natalie Wood yearns to play the
France Nuyen role in the7 film
version of "The World ot Sane
Wong". .DesiArnaz refuses to
answer Queries from newsnaner-
men on his reaction to the situa situation
tion situation in his native Cuba. Chums nay
bis private opinions on the subject
are very strong, but he believes
in the old anxiom that politics and
show business don't mix.
Preiton SturBPH flaw frnm Pa.
ris to New York to take over as
director ot the incoming play,
"The Golden Feecing" oecause
Elliott Nugent is having That Old
Problem main. Pi tin fVnoktr
derides the talk that he' having
a nose operation to make himseit
prettier; he explains an old foot-
Dai injury do nt-j nis breathing
and he wants to clear it im fnr
Ted Straeter, fully recovered
from the illness that nad him Hos Hospitalized,
pitalized, Hospitalized, is back on the band bandstand
stand bandstand at the Plaza's P a r s i a ft
Room, delighting the dancers. .
And la hied lvricist Otto Harhs.Mv
Who recently underwent serious
surgery, is in such fine shape lie's
planning io attend tne next ASUAy
ttieetine v .Inv Thnmnnn' hcmi
Tim Hewitt, will claim he didn't
iau oown the stairs at Charles
Cochran's party he was pushed.
And he says he has witnesses.
Shep fields is- deUghted with
the records he's smashing on his
current ; tour. He's doing better
thai! ( hT did when he hit the
heleht Of hio Piraor in 10D T,
Klaua Fuchs, the A-bomb, 'spy is
a sure bet to seek haven hphind
the Iron Curtain-as soon as he
iimsnes his sentence in England.
Tennpaupp Willibmn ,.,hn ho.
forsaken psychoanalysis and New
York City for a calmer program
m awimming and sun in Miami,
unveiled liia iuouiii t(n( tu
other evening. Titled "Period of
nujujiuieni, in ine lightest tning
he's written to date, although he
refers to it
dy. Jokes and topical references
uuiuiu, ana tne piaywrigni tooK a
hand In the dlrprtinn a mnnir thai
dressy first nighteri digging Teh Teh-jnesse's
jnesse's Teh-jnesse's "new look" were Neil Van-
derbut, uore Vldal, Jan and
uoody Ace, Mm gpigei and L L-Bore)
Bore) L-Bore) Lemmon.
Rodman Credt Unbn
The annual meeting of the Navy
Rodman Federal OwHit Itni
be held at 4 p.m. Monday, Janua January
ry January 19, in the Cotali Bingo Room.
ree ous service will be provid provided
ed provided from CocolL tu the Shaler Road
bus terminal after the meeting.
The J. Henry Bonney organiza
tion has Scheduled an itnnrHint
meeting for this ening at 7:30
me raraiso center Meeting
Cops Hold Jockey
Who Sought Drugs
In Close Pharmacy
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) New
Orleans police held a Fair
Grounds track iorko v in iai tn.
day after officers said thov fnimH
mm insiae a arug store Sunday
mgm allegedly searching for nar
The Jockev Cained pntrnnco tn
the pharmacy by breaking the
Police identifier! him m Wil
liam G. Bass, 31. Also arrested
was Miss Reba M. Jones, 18, a
companion, whom police found
ouisioe in a car with the motor
(i Officers quoted Bass as saying,
"This has been the worst year
I've ever had."
The jockey, father of nine chil-
uren, ioia oiticers he was addic addicted
ted addicted to heroin anri rpnnirprf frnm
15 to 25 capsules of the narcotic
Police said he had bepn tnlrt hv
"someone", whorti he refused to
identify, that the narcotic could be
iouno in a locked drawer in tho
Bas'S Said he hrnkp thrmioh Ida
front class door of thp stnm on"
ierea and wa ked armmH t-
about an hour sparrhino fnr (h
Officers said Bass told them he
began takiner narcotips piuhf
ago after he fell during a race
at a Maryland track and injured
a shoulder and broke an arm and
a collar bone.
"1 was in and out of hospitals
for over two yeas and suffered
a great deal of pain. It was dur during
ing during that time that I found out
about dope. I was hooked at that
ume, out ifjuililtyfV'he saidV
The jodkey was- quoted by" police
as saying he came to New Or
leans lor tne winter racing season
at the Fair rounds fn n ..i,u
, .!( Willi
bad corrmanv nnH in an
to keep his weight down and the
iieivous tension ot racing he be-
-me uuuiutea again.
Then he muttered, "This has
been the worst year I've ever
Chinese Reds Laud
In Press, Radio
TOKYO (UPI)-The Chinese
Communists rode the vmn, troiK-
of Russia's solar rocket yesterday
iu iwusi ineir cause.
They spread word of the rocket
feat by newspapers, radio and
word of mouth to the 600 million
people of China and heaped praise
on this "fruit of the leadership of
the Soviet Communist Porhr
Newspapers pasted on walls in
en e towns and villages carried
giowing editorials and even poems
on the Soviet rocket
Radio Peiping devoted lengthy
Droaocasts to details of the press
Help Yourself to
The juices of 8 different garden garden-fresh
fresh garden-fresh vegetables are blended Into
this famous drink. You'll love its
lively flavor, and thrive on ita
vitamin-packed goodness. At
mealtime or between meale V-8
givea you the refreshment (
you want, and the nourish-'
ment you need.
ft aet mmMH tetple AeJe tfihae.
" Campball'i Soupe,
By OSWALD JACOBY
WriHen for NEA Service
, 488 J
Wf8T (D) -EAST
No one vulnerable
West North East South
Pass Pass 1 y i 4
Pass 2 JV 4
Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead V 3
How would you play today's
hand at four spades? The con contract
tract contract is normal enough, but ap apparently
parently apparently there are four losing
When Dr. Henry Gardiner of
Fort Worth held the hand he
found. a fairly simple way to win
The bidding clearly Indicated
that East would hold six hearts
and the ace and king v of dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. If he also held three or
more clubs- Henry saw no way to
make his contract, but if he held
two clubs of less an elimination
play would wok.
All Henry did was to win the
first trick, draw trumps with two
leads, cash his ace and king of
clubs and throw East In with a
hear.'. East was now able to take
two heart tricks and the king of
diamonds, but that was as far as
he could go.
A heart lead would allow Hen Henry
ry Henry to ruff in oi.c hand and discard
t-om the other, while another dia diamond
mond diamond lead woulJ set up dummy's
i.cii jui a ttuo aiscard.
Q The bidding has been:
West North East 8outh
1 A Double Pass
You, South, hold:
AK5 932 4QJ4S Qls8 7
What do you do?
A Bid one no-tramp. You!
have eicht points and spade :
stopper. If your tide does nave
a I me, It la more likely to be In ;
no-trump than In a minor suit, j
Your partner continues with a'
bid of two hearts. What do you
Acts Like Magic
Fine, soft, delightful delightful-ly
ly delightful-ly fragrant Cuticura
Talcum contains de deodorant
odorant deodorant antiseptic
C-8 (Hexachloro (Hexachloro-phens).
phens). (Hexachloro-phens). Keeps the
skin fresh and sweet.
heat and diaper rash.
toot irrll.MM. r t
, M.iinviuilB, OUyi
A graphic account of the handingbver ceremony of the
Chalet which was raffled by the p'lerto Libre Store and
won absolutely free by Mrs. Cajmen Castro Nunez.
Notary Public Rlcardo Vallarino
Chiari dictates ih hutnrti. a-a
in presence of the ntrsH
parties as the Puerto Libre
Store keeps its promise.
Smiling and satisfied Mr. Aron
Grobman signs the deed as he
remarks, "I sign with the as assurance
surance assurance of having brought hap happiness
piness happiness to a Panamanian fam family."
ily." family." x
It has been reported at the Puertl lAhjg Store Is plan planning
ning planning to raffle another CHALET during 59. The public Is ad ad-vised
vised ad-vised to continue buying at the store andko keep their receipts.
AF Training For
Spectators visiting the Armed
Forces Day program exhibits at
Albrook Air Force Base on Jan
10 will 1 view many of the training
aios uuiized Dy the USAr School
fcr Latin America in teaching
students from Latin American air
More than 4,000 diplomas have
been awarded to officers and air airmen
men airmen from 20 of the Latin Americ American
an American republics by the USAF School
for Latin America at Albrook Air
Forces Base. The trhnnl urh.h
was founded by the Caribbean Air
Command in 1947, assists in de developing
veloping developing hemispheric solidarity
throughout the Americas.
This unique U.S. Air Force tech technical
nical technical school is operated exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively for the benefit of the Latin
American air forces. Courses are
offered in aircraft maintenance.
jet maintenance, synthet c ,(Lmk)
trainer operation, aircraft arma armament,
ment, armament, weather observer, radio
communications, radio mainten maintenance,
ance, maintenance, control tower operator, air aircraft
craft aircraft electrical systems, aircraft
instruments, aim-aft propellers,
aircraft sheet metal, personal
eaulDment. aerom eriuval ter-hni.
ciafls and basic English.
Pour officers courses are also
offered in supply, commumca commumca-tioet,
tioet, commumca-tioet, maintenance, and perjon perjon-rl
rl perjon-rl off car's csune Student of-'
fictn taking this training are
flivn an orientatien visit to a
USAF base in the United States
to see the theory thay iearn
beng actually practices).
The school is housed in. hr&e
contentional troDical tvot har.
racks. Some ot the rooms are
equpped for theory classes which
conjpose approximately "one-third
of lie students curriculum;
iraimng aids include Link train trainers
ers trainers a complete Military Auiluleil
Kadi Systems (MARS) station pp.
neijator test equipment, uu..a uu..a-flui
flui uu..a-flui equipment, a model weal ipr
station, and a model riinirm i,....
er. Text books. tuoU
fooi, housing, and work clothing
ard provided by the United States
11 addition, the school has U
aimaft and two hangars on the
fliglt line. Three T-33 jet aircraft
together with one T-B, lour F-8b's
o ana one C-47 comprise
uih scnooi s aircralt. An necessa necessary
ry necessary equ.pment required to suDDle-
meht thest facilities is made avail-
abll to the school through
nisi ua uons.
ovisions are mH. n,
trailing of approximate v boo of.
.1 V1 I 1 1 1.
i.ceis and airmen annually. Thcsa
spades are distributed accord, hp
1 J....U ...... 01
iu sat 11 ruuiurv s nepds inn .. ..-i
quoBs. ine nost fiovernmpni m.-
I ni. -"."v. y 1 Ll
lorct cniet, working with the
mission chiei ana ins stau,
arMfrlcergl their respective air I
iorces j attend ffieir scuool.
uuiirendlng men ere often re return
turn return tj the Latin American
School to study eaditionai tuo tuo-iects
iects tuo-iects Allied to ther specialities.
The liber of the students it
such fat rareiy more then one
or to fail to pass the flv.
montij course. The Latin Ameri American
can American rmen graduates are not on
ly prtd of the training thty
have Reived but of the oppor oppor-tunity
tunity oppor-tunity they have had to work
side b sde with students from
The IrenPth nf tn
Hemispere defense system de depends
pends depends a no small measure upon
this tiptnr 11 umll
. -rt "vii da uu
the abifties of those men in put putting
ting putting to practice the technique
method; and procedures that are
aCQUlrel bv them in th cnhi r.
Upon kraduation from the
Mrs. Carmen Castro Nunez,
places her signature on the
documents which make her the
At the Joorwar of the Puerto
Libre Stre Mr. Grobman ehows
enthuslwtlo onlookers winning
ticket nfoiber 0357S. while en engineer
gineer engineer Pitit A. Takls, the build builder,
er, builder, lookflon.
Power For Peace Also
POWER FOR PEACE The School for Latin America at Albrook AFB, Is operated exclusively
for the benefit of the Latin American air fore es. Above, the students from various couritrie
hold discussion in class. On Armed Forces Day Jan. 10, Albrook AFB spectators will see M
exhibit of training equipment used by the Scho ol for training students. (Official TJSAF Photo)
SHORT CUT TO KNOWLEDGE
functions in a nit-nonvvprclnn
...r v. utwi
school, the slurient rp-tnrn tn
their respective countries where
promotions await many. It is a
matter of pride for the instructors
to know that throush their pffnris
the same general and prefligM
inspection procedures as those us used
ed used in the States are in use by most
" "WiitlM MtllJUllt4ift&ti
A ii" I
ON THE JOB TRAINING During Armed Fore es Day open house, spectators will view train training
ing training equipment uccd by the VBAf School. Abov e. Latin American students are receiving valu valuable
able valuable training in Jet maintenance in ce of the school s many courses designed to give the
most up-to-the-minute training available, (Official USAF Photo)
The school us es training aids that perform vital aircraft
tr crH train Inrv nf Tofin &mAtlnnn nv fnirio ofiiHnnfe ?
vs o(j u uniu ui v xjctiMii nuvi
air forces throughout Latin Am
erica, that planes calling for a
landing over any military airfield
in this hemisphere use similar ter terminology
minology terminology and that any weather
bound military pilot in Latin Am America
erica America can read a weather map
accurately through the adoption of
ivaii cx-i i iui ic ocuutu bo
(Official USAF Photo)
Through this 8tandardizatioh"'of
methods and equipment, officers
and airmen prepresenting the'gir
forces of the American"' are
making hemisphere solidarity'-" a
reality and provide power for
peace in the free world.
' IV 1 '.
TTISDAT, JANUARY 1359
Yankees Attempt To Gam Oh Upgum.mm'mM
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AH,. INDEPENDENT PAILT NEW8PAPEB
. -V T f- V ?vk'V VC,V ; Editor: CONRAOa SARQEANT &j j V l
Unbeaten Bud Black Goes
Against CV's Bill Prout
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
The league-leading Kings, who tasted defeat for
the first time in six games Sunday, and the second second-place
place second-place Carta Vieja Yankees, who gained their first
victory in five starts Sunday, will play tonight at
7:30 at the Olympic Stadium.
The' Yankees stopped Cerveza
Balboa 5-2 at Colon Stadium Sun Sun-flay
flay Sun-flay morning and Marlboro out out-Blugged
Blugged out-Blugged the Kings 18-13 at Agua Aguadulce
dulce Aguadulce the same afternoon.
Carta Vieja and Marlboio are
deadlocked in second place, tnree
games behind the front-r.inncrs,
while the Beermen pull up ..i the
rear six games away.
Tonight the Kings will s:nd
their unbeaten righthander Buu
Black (3-0), against lefty Bill
Black, a veritable Yankee kill kill-,
, kill-, r, has beaten Carta Vieja three
times for all his wins. He boasts
4-2, e-2 and 3-2 tr umphs over
the dtfending champions.
Prout will be starting for the
!irst time against the leaders. He
itopped Cerveza Balboa twice 7-2
ind 3-2 then lost to the Beermen
!-0 on a sterling six-hit perform -mce
bv righthander Carlos Thornc.
A win for the Kings would give
hem a four-game lead over the
fankees and a three-and-a half
;ame margin over Marlboro.
A Yankee victory would lift
hem to two sames behind and
iarlboro would be two and a half
fames from the top spot.
In other news around the loop
vhich saw no activity yesterday:
Cerveza 3alboa general manag manager
er manager Felix Luciani announced that
he controversial Thorne had a a-ain
ain a-ain been suspended for the rest
if the season.
Accord ng to Luciani, Thorne,
who had been suspended before
the season started, but reinstat reinstated
ed reinstated later, had been giving man manager
ager manager Leon Kellman a lot of trou trouble
ble trouble lately.
First, Luciani said, the hurler
legged off from going to Agua Aguadulce
dulce Aguadulce on Dec. 28 for the game
that the Kings took 18-6 from Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa.
The CB general manager said
that Home claimed he was too
ill to make the trip, but he made
a remarkable recovery starting
against the Yankees the next night
and blanking them 3-0 on six hits.
Luciani declared that what fin finally
ally finally brought about the drastic de decision
cision decision oken by the CB front of office
fice office wa Thome's behaviour.- dur during
ing during thjgame gainst the-Kings
Friday night which the Beermen
TODAY ENCANTO .25 -.151
f Joel McCrea in
Tommy Sands in
"SING, BOY, SING"
Seryce Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 7:55
James Craig Audrey Totter
In Cinemascope & Color!
COCO SOLO 7:00
John Gavin Lilo Pulver
"A TIME TO LOVE AND
A TIME TO DIE"
In Cinemascope & Color!
"The Tarnished Anpels"
In Cinemascope & Color!
George Gobels Diana ,Dors
I MARRIED A WOMAN
In Vista Vision & Color!
"X THE UNKNOWN"
and "THE AMERICANO"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"Love In The Afternoon"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"LET'S BE HAPPY" and
CAP IT OLIO
: ; janes v.
Ed, O. RoblDJon
Luciani said that Thorne angri angrily
ly angrily kicked a protective helmet that
was lying on the ground near the
batter's circle as he walked from
the mound after being yanked in
the seventh inning.
A minute or two before he hid
wildpitched a runner in from
second after he and catcher Kell Kellman
man Kellman had difficulty in getting to together
gether together on pitches.
After Thorne left the showers
that night he visited the press box
and announced that Kellman had
fired him for "poor pitching" and
added that if the Cerveza BaHioa
management had any hopes of
fighting for the pennant. Kellman
should be fired because "he is a
His parting shot that night was,
"And you can print every word I
Coral Gables, Fla. (NEA)-The
Irainers' tandings at Tropical
Park includ. five Kelleys, four
Carrolls, three Joneses and three
Panama Provincial Amateur
Baseball League Results
Tea m ;i ZmU$ZZ WfofP-
centineiauei-'Tujra 9 ,1 MJ
Joyena Nueva York
Saturday s Results
Centinelas del Tuira 2
Eduvives Cortes and Licurgo
Ambulo joined .iorces to hand
Coinsa thetj firfefeit, oCMh
season by.ithe scare of tworo
nothing. Centinelas del Tuira
managed by Indio Mattaden, sent
his young southpaw to the hill to
tame the leaders on five harmless
bingles. Cortes banned four bat
ters, walked one and was in com complete
plete complete control throueh'out the Came
he allowed only one runner to
reach as far as third.
Ambulo belted a fast ball to ieft
for a homer and tallied behind
teammate Segundo Padilla for the
only scoring of the game. Both
runs were -Unearned,. Loser Luis
Calamari pitched great ball as
he suffered his first defeat. Jle
allowed only three hits, the homer
to Ambulo in the first and two in infield
field infield hits in the final frame in
which three men batted. He pas passed
sed passed two men.
Cerveza Balboa 6 Crusal 5
Manager Andres Alonso daring
ly send his pitcher to bat in the
last of the eleventh frame wilh
the bases jammed and two away
and emerged victorious when Ro
berto Tunon could not find the
plate forcing in the winning run
I for a Cerveza Balboa 6-5 win over
manager Jorge Sinclair's Crusal
Cerveza Balboa started the
thriller with one 1 run in the
first on two bases on balls and a
single by Carlos Cordoba. The
30c. I WUM I 9:00
A GREAT COMEDY
Debbie Reynolds In
$1.10 PER CAR!
William' Holden In
T IV O LI
F O R C
with Jamea Stewart
with Rock Hudson
Frank A. Smith
ON TOP Frank A. Smith
demonstrates the latest racing
innovation, a head number on
jockeys as an additional means
of identifying rider and mount.
Smith currently leads the pack
at Florida's Tropical Park.
Cheesemen tied it up in the fourth
on some daring base running by
Rodriguez who walked to open the
frame, advanced to second on
Llorente's muff of Agandonal's rol
ler and scored while Sinclair was
being thrown out on a roller to
In the fifth Rodriguez decided to
make a run away of the game
when following a base on balls to
Ramboa and a single by Aguilera
he lined a homer to left putting
his team into the lead. t.f.
All this time starter Araba was
having things his own way, giving
up a double in the second and a
bingle in the sixth. With defeat
staring them in the face, the Beer Beermen
men Beermen exploded. Enrique London
opened the seventh with a double
Armando Ortega beat out an-'in
field bounder, Ruiz batted for Ca Ca-nizares
nizares Ca-nizares and walked, Ricardo Na Na-ranjo
ranjo Na-ranjo flied to the second baser for
the first out. Diogenes P i n z o n
walked. Roberto Tunon replaced
Araba on the mound for Crusal.
Julian Rivera hit a roller to short
and while tjhey were trying for the
doubleplay' Ortega and Ruiz both
In the 11th Tunon hit a wild streak
and walked four batters, the last
one being winning pitcher Naran-
jo. Rodriguez had 4-2 while Ar
mando Ortega of Cerveza Balboa,
Ramboa and Aguilera of Crusal
Cig. Panama 3
Joyeria Nueva York 1
Cig. Panama gained their first
victory of the season defeating Jo Joyeria
yeria Joyeria Nueva York 3-1 behind the
stellar pitching of lefty Ruperto
Toppin. Toppin walked two while
fanning three on the way to his
first victory despite eight errors
by h's dreamy teammates.
The Red Coats scored once in
the second on an error by loser
Laureano Tapia sand wiched be between
tween between singles by Georges Weeks
and Raul Jarvis. In the fifth they
combined four bases on balls a
hit batsman, an error and a wild
pitch by reliever Jose Ortega to
The Jewelers were saved from
a shut out when Raul Jarvis al allowed
lowed allowed a fly ball to drop out of his
glove in the last inning.
Centinelas del Tuira 7
Cent, del Tuira widened their
league lead by grabbing a 7-6 win
over Rigoberto Paredes Armour
vine, but it wal no easy task.
The victors plated six runs in
the first frame on four hits, two
bases on ball and two costly er
ros. The big blow of the frame
was Francisco Stabile' double to
Armour edged back into the
game scoring two in the second,
one in the fifth and three in the
seventh. In the second an error,
a balk by starter Jose Alvarez
John Ireland in
Dorothy Malone In
MEDALIST Sylvia Ruuska is one of seven candidates for the. 1958 James E. Sullivan award.
The winner will be adjudged the nation's top amateur athlete.? The Berkeley, Calif, 16-year-old
won six national swimming championships, broke a world. medley record;
Junior College, C
'59 Baseball Bat
HIS MOVE George lnderson, left, says goodby to Gen General
eral General Manager Buzzy Bavasi in Los Angeles. The Montreal
second baseman was trjded
for Outfielder Kip Kepuiski
By VICTOR M. CAR
,The results of the two games
played over the last two andays
at the Aguadulce Park sli uld be
a matter of concern on tt part
of the League officials.
We don't have much res ect for
most of what is accompli led by
the hitters in the matter I extra
haseblows in that ballparl From
information gathered fromjplayer?
nlaved over tnlre we
learn that there is an aim st con constant
stant constant strong wind that sweeps
from the homeplate towa is the
outfield. This wind redu es the
speed of the pitches as he ball
virtually floats plateward. Thus,
when the ball is hit any ippreci ippreci-able
able ippreci-able height it tends to be carried
over the fence by the sveeping
current. This, coupled will what
ic hpiipveri to be a short ence is
presumed to be the answ for 1C
homeruns in the two gants play
ed in this park.
Luckily, there Is on?y oi t more
game scheduled for Ag adulee
sj we can expect anothc 1 were
eight or nine more honv r$ will
i,. kit' (r that name.
It about 15 games, im ead of
three, were scheduled n
park it would be possibh to find
players with as many as 0 home home-runs
runs home-runs apiece. Not that th i. is im impossible
possible impossible even playing at t e Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Stadium but it seemi as if it
would be an easy matter it Agua-
fv,rn Kocoe. nn hall and a single
by Jaime Aizpurua. Thei plated
n in ih. third on a basl on ball
rar Moreno's doubt
xn th seventh after tkich hit
ter Encarnacion Sanchez! f lied to
hird, Aizpurua singiea
M.rii7 riniihipi. to center. va-
talino Gonzalez walked, Molina ind
Moreno singled. Luis vapes slum
ped the rally by ground
eg into a
double play snori 10
Jose MarUz took over tie mound
duty and was wild waiK
to Urena ana vicurgo
Urefia was forced by R
rez, pitcher to third. Saiador Pe Perez
rez Perez slammed a single! between
third and short scorina Ambulo
with the winning markej
i , .'U'!'i -
by the Dodgers to the Phillies
and two farm club pitchers.
dulce. The fact is that the team
representing this country in the
Caribbean beries wouio proDamy
scare their contenders because of
the fabulous offensive records that
playing in this park would certain certainly
ly certainly cause them to have.
Baseball fans have not fojrgot- j
ten Brooklyn's Ebbets Field and
its short fences. This park was al always
ways always the subject of controversy
among other major league cubs
who felt that the fence was too
short. So short was the left field
fence that southpaw hurlers were
seldom assigned the task of pitch pitching
ing pitching against the Dodgers in Brook Brooklyn.
lyn. Brooklyn. It was considered suicidal to
attempt such a more
The matter of records establish established
ed established under completely normal con conditions
ditions conditions playing in the Olympic
Stadium or in Colon should not
have to give way to such abnorm abnormal
al abnormal accomplishments as have oc occurred
curred occurred in Aguadulce.
If baseball performances had
to go through any kind of scrutiny
as is done in track and field ev events
ents events before acceptance as oifV-il
records the doings at Aauadulce
would never enter into considera-J
Defending Champ Ft. Kobbe
Blanks Albrdok In Opener
The Albrook Flyers opened the
PAF season last Saturday night
when Col. Arthur P. Hurr, Albrook
AFB, Base Commander threw the
firsi ball. The Flyers faced last
yeaif's PAF Champs, Ft. Kobhe
Regulars in the opener, ine re regulars
gulars regulars turned 14 hits and nine Al Albrook
brook Albrook errors into nine runs to shut
out the Flyers.
Opening ceremonies for the first
game included a color guard by
Boy Scouts which represented all
phases of scouts, they brought the
colors frorn center field and utood
smartly during the National An
them, which was played by tne
766th Air f orce nana unaer wie
direction of CWO Herman Englert.
A group of girls from Albrook'l
Youth Activity were on hand to
cheer the team on. They were
smartly dressed n gay color with
large tassels to match.
Top half of the opening taming
held a few high spots of the eve evening
ning evening for the Flyers. Three Kobbe
batten reached base on two hits
and an error, then "Red" Green Greenfield
field Greenfield struck out two and forced
the remaining man out to the
shortstop, Zimmerman who cover cover-h
h cover-h snd haM. to retire the aide."
The first, second, fourth, and
elchth iflflinst were the only ones
in which the Flyers were abl te
The Tiger of Cristobal High
School will meet the CZ Junior
College Green Devils tonight at the
Balboa Stadium at 7 o'clock in
their first meeting of the 1959
campaign. Both outfits dropped
their opening games to Balboa
Utilizing the Christmas holidays
for extensive workouts the two
teams should be better prepared
to play ball tonight. Neither CHS
or JC had the opportunity to play
a practice game prior to their o o-peners
peners o-peners due to rain and wet
The Green Devils will be enter entering'
ing' entering' the game frch from their vic victory
tory victory over the College Homecom Homecom-ers
ers Homecom-ers and a practice putting against
the Ft. Amador Troopers It It
Cristobal High School, as a bon
adafide member of the Atlantic T
light League, will probably have
several games under .their belts
when they aitive jit the Stadium
Batting orders for the game
have not been announced but the
starting line-ups will probably be.
B. Mead, c
D. Alexanda-, ss
Q.' Alexander, If
" Cotton, c
NiAM P R E X Y -Stanley C
Hope, 65, has been elected pres-,
ident of the National Associa Association
tion Association of Manufacturers. Hope is
president of Sou n d-Scrjber
Corp., in North Haven, Conn.
He succeeds Milton C Lightner,
chairman ot the Singer Manu Manufacturing
facturing Manufacturing Co, in the NAM post
In the rmaining five innings the
'Regulars" Scored one run in
each of the third, fifth,' and aev-
enth innings; four in the sixth ana
two In the ninth.:
The usual Albrook crows was on
hand and the stands were packed
with an estimate- 3uuu peopie.
The box scores:
Kobbe "ResuJaraf All R H I
Schulti is M I I
Edghill, lb -M
Acevado, 2b ."
Sub. jPrice,. sb
Padron, b v
Taylor, t '
Sub. Rogilllo, it
Sub, Jones Jf
Sub. Horoky, ;b
1 0 0
t A Jt Ira. V
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Teams K CV M CB W L
Kings ......... ''3 : A 6 13 7
Carta Vieja 3 x 3 4 10 -10
Marlboro ......3 4 x 3 16 10
Cerveza Balboa 1 3 3 x 7 13
Total . 7 1 0 1 0 1 3 40 40
. TONIGHT'S GAME
At Olympic Stadium: Kings (Black 3-0) vs.
Carta Vieja (Prout 2-1)
Game time: 7:30
NEW YORK (UPI)-This was
23 years ago.
Joe McCarthy was,- the ; new
manager of the Wew ork Yank Yankees
ees Yankees with seven pennants ahead of
hjm. Jim Bcaddock. was heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion of he world.
Gene Venzke posted the fastest in indoor
door indoor mile mark of 4:10.2. And
out in Oklahoma the Mantle fam family
ily family had a 5-year-old son named
That was the year a youngster
named Archie Moore began box
ing as a professional.'
Now, 23 years later, that same
Archie Moo-e a few,, days jhence
will receive the New York' Boxing
Writers' Trophy as the "Fighter
of the Year." All he did, at an
age laced vaguely somewhere
between 43 and 49, was retain the
light heavyweight championship
of the world against., muscular,
Yvon Durelle in a brawl for' the
was an amazing performance.
Yet it only accents the fact that
while sports supposedly are dom dominated
inated dominated by the muscles of youth,
and the clock ind the calendar
are supposed to jpait for no man,
a host of old timers still are
tweaking father time's whiskers.
Oldsters Dominate Boxing
The golden 20's and the early
30' s are alleged to be the peak
performance years in sports. But
only in golfK lOTi. regarded as an
"old man's sport," have the
youngsters actually taken' all the
Boxing is dominated, if not by
gi-aybeards, at least by gladiators
who. long since have Jost the rosy,
fresh-cheeked look. 'Middleweight
king' Ray Robinson soon will be
39. His greatest rival is 32-year-old
Carmen Basilio and light lightweight
weight lightweight boss Joe Brown is at
In baseball, Ted Williams, the
American League batting cham
pion, is 40. warren hpahn, the
most feared pitcher in the Na
tional League, will be 38 when
another season rolls around,, the
same age as menacing Stan Mu
sial. Country Slaughter will
El Puerto Libre
Salsipuedes and "B" Avenue
.500 -3 ii'io )
.350 6 isi
roaminS some mainr Toaoiu mi.-
field at .43 and doWn in Miami
one of the best., 'iAernationki''
iague nuners is, satchel Faigp.- ;
Ageless Satch iattinuA lact'" il-
year with a twinkle which said h''T"
still was guilty of art understate-01
4L.i 1. .. . .. ...
mem. wm ne was a Dou t 51."
Arearo Top jockey "''
The pro football Giants
beat the Colts for the title a few"
days back. How Why on the'6"1
passing arm of 38-year-old Char Char-ley
ley Char-ley Conerly, And that's a' busi"!
ness where 38 feels like 58. ''ir -If
you want to win a : piakes
rate, you can't" do much better '" :
than vu.t VAAi- ij f : . (
u yuv iuuic nixaro on your
nag. Well, Eddie is 42. And stilt
a winner is Johnny Longden, who
admits to 49 but who, some claim,-:
is 52. Sam Palumbo still is win.' 1
ning at 50 and .to really toy witfj.S
tinie, unny Jir FitZsijAmons5 at
84 remains busy ipaddling winners;"
The kids finally have moved in.
on golf. Dow Finsterwald at 2$"
was the- pro golfer of the year'7
Arnold Palmer, 28, wag the Jeadr r
ing money winner. The two big-j'"
gest threats they face are Billy
Casper, 27, and Ken Venturi, 26
Yet Ben Hogan and Sam Sneatf."
with a total age of 92, represented"
the Uhited States in the interna.'"
tional golf championship.
So shed no tears for the oldT't
guard. They're still around and"-,
doing fine. Old Archie, the "Fight "Fighter
er "Fighter of the Year," merely is exhibsv-r
Columbia, S. C. (NEA) Full Fullback
back Fullback John Saunder- of South Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina wai voted the best blocker
in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
CRASH KILLS SEVEN
OSAKA, Japan (UPI) Seven,,
persons were killed and at least
16 other injured here last
night when a train- crashed into a
bus and dragged the vehicle 500
yards into the path of another
train. The driver of the bus and
all six passenger were killed in-
?f; .1090 Kiloeyclot
hold the "Regulan" to no rung.
" ' '
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TCKDAT, JAVCAKT 1959
B' MXAM1 AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
ilo b i h ; r la hfd ?
Tha Presioaat jtemon'racetrackt
towards fcaTe startad the? hew
Tear with'-aa'foditatkm that tier
will toleraU no violationi of the
rule i by tracking down on sever several
al several foul-riding jockeys.
Aristides Lories, Fernando Al Al-Tarea
Tarea Al-Tarea and Guillermo Rivera top-,
pad the list- Lorless cot a total of
ten meets lor crowdlngc H was
r ivn four far orowdinc Alcaraz
and Horacio son ,after the start
of Saturday's ninth race wnue ria ria-Ing
Ing ria-Ing Guadalcanal, and an .addition-
1 six for disturbing The Gipsy
and Latino while aboard Sober
View in Sunday's second race
Alvares an Rivera got eight
meats each er eresslnj Tatin
While ridint Distante and Ota.
renge, respectively, In Sunday's
tenth raceLeading jockey Brau
lie Baeza waa aboard Tatin.
Oscar Bravo netted four meets
. nr Tint chmvklff UD to tide the
"" fractious Calancha in Thursday's
. fifth race The- horse finally had
o be scratched.
Owner-trainer Augusta W. New New-risn
risn New-risn Jr. waa fined $S for falling
to be at tha!iddocl? jo saddle
hi filly Lafama, which won at
S57.tt straight; adds In Thurs Thursday's
day's Thursday's fifth .race. K ys
Trainer GeraM Silvers also, got
V $5ifine i or not using the correct'
colors on the filly Indian Call in
. Thursday's tenth race. .,"
Hueo de la Pehha. Braic Val's
. trainer, netted $5 fmlmUmtA
o use the correct colors on the
colt in Saturday's fourth race.
Emily Mary's trainer, Reginald
Douglas, drew a $3 fine for caus causing
ing causing a delay of the start of Sunday's
eleventh race Jwaus the,, filly
was improperly saddled.
Sober View, which won Suhday'a
k second race, was set down for 15
Hays. O; uia vmvmnamrima wu m
was found to be lame after his
victory. Argyll and Loberia also
ot I54ay suspensions. Argyl for
teing lame whjle Jjoberia bled
from, bo: nostras. ;
The: veterinarian also ordered
treatment ior Soberano and Glaru Glaru-cha
cha Glaru-cha at the veterinairy clinic. Both
were examined following poor per performances
formances performances in theix last starts.
Vencanza a bad trailer her last
.time, out,, wal. suspended; for eight
fomuiea. -v'. V, ,. -.,..-.
TH4 track's veterinarian has re-
'questedjnat.tlu stewards cooper cooperate
ate cooperate with him in preventing horses
that'iifa, suspended or .undaru,ve .undaru,ve-tafir
tafir .undaru,ve-tafir tratfa!eat Irom "being no-
mialted..' 1 i
The steward agreed that- thia
anomaly should be corrected and
indicated), that .they. will request
that the manager help to comply
wittvft vefj iahes .: ,tVk.
. OOOnr v .
Two rapertedly classy US-brad
fillies arrived on. the Isthmus
last Saturday nd will soon be
seen in action hare. The fillies
are the thrta-year eld Rhea
Calls by Bolivar II Teddy's
L ), Quean and ,the faur
As a demonstration of advanced
football, the bowl games may not
have been altogether edifying but
as show windows for fresh oun
American, beauty, any such critic critical
al critical reservations would be both un unwarranted
warranted unwarranted ind unchivalrous.
On the whole, we tliouga the
babes took the play away from the
bruisers, and if wolf whistles
drowned out college cheers among
TV viewers, no placation would be
necessary. The dial twister does
not subsist on touch-downs alone.
Rt SVmrt (lcirteri maiorettes and
scantily draped batoneera have be be-com
com be-com so much a part of the New
Yea?' Day. spectacles at to sug suggest
gest suggest I that if they continue to in increase
crease increase in numbers and lovelinet.
tha James may soon ba reduced
to a matter of minor appeal.
That such a beguiling eventual eventuality
ity eventuality is not to be too lightly consider considered,
ed, considered, as impressively indicated dur during
ing during the season just ended when
the '.alluring distractions of Pur-
i due's golden girl aroused the cam campus
pus campus newspaper to editorial protest.
The Orange Bowl ran in a pro
In the nerson of Miss American
. cveflr her dazzling radiance lost,
sidersble yardage to the curvace-
n amateurs. p
To catch-as-catcn-can esthete,
however, top honors went to the
Sugar Bowl where the camera cameramen,
men, cameramen, had the cood sense to. cap
ture the languoroua charms ot
; dark-haired Dixi. belles in linger-
Appropriately, uie our wwi
, also; produced one of the day's
more intriguing games, a game in
which 12th rinked Clemson came
dramatically close to upsetting No.
ranked Louisisna, SUte Univer Univer-'
' Univer-' aity,' only major team to go
. through its regular schedule un
beaten and untied)
Fumbles plagued both teams but
U w?s Clemson's fata to suffer. tha
one 'that led to. tha nnlv irore in
L tha iame.' This came in the third
quarter, on ineir own U, and waa
Suickly converted Jnta a touch touch-own
own touch-own when Billy Cannon clicked
with an end-zone psis...
fi. r," Air .Para Arrives
Minutes earlier, the: South. CarOt
-llnians hsd Ambled deep in LSU
territory io dissipate the advant advantages
ages advantages Of a 'Ion, grinding march
that seemed destined to giv them
the lead and possibly the game,
VtCat Ml .by .oyal (famlaK
: Rhea-ULtls is ttoj wmhar of
one race while Cool Cat Til is a
handicap winner. The Effies are
owned by Cesar (Little Caesar)
Harris who, arrived from the U.S.
Four mora of-the brilliant sire
Jteyhaven's get frrived at the race
iracK yesiercay also, xney are
:two-year-olds out of Polar' Maid,
Sensitive, .Panaket and Lituana.
The offspring-of Polar Maid and
sensiuva aire cons.
The Polar Maid colt, a full broth
er to the speedy Sandokan, is a
giant of an animal one of the
biggest natives ever bred local
ly, according to Carlos Elets who
bred and owns the youngsters.
Argyla, Identiea, Mayrita, Fudge
Girl and Hen-melina have been re retired
tired retired from competition and will
rpportedly be ent to the interior
for breeding, purposes.
.Jockeys; BrauHtt Baeia. Fernan
do Alvairet,i ArquiiBedas '.Alfaro
ana Aitreao vasques, ,wno fmisn fmisn-ed
ed fmisn-ed ialhat orderUn USg' second se
mester jockey "standkigs, this
morning received their prkes
5325, 100, $50 and $25.
' Baaia finished the tacend six
month period with a fatal af 156
.yictariesr almai twic ar many
"a ruhnarup Alvarai and 51
more than his own previaus rec record
ord record ef 105 far a sametter. Ha
also established the phenomenal
total ef 24 wins far ana year
almost 100 mere than the eld
Baeza amassed' his total in 115
racing dates, raafly of which he
missed when he was sidelined two
months because o a broken col
larbone. Willie Shoemaker, the
wlnningest jockey in the" world
last year, barely won flDO when he
scored four wins on the final day
of the' year. Willie had over 300
racing dates to reach that figure
Babs Had To
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (NEA)
Turning prof esslonal Barbara Ro
mack explain that golf was im
bedded too deeply in her to have
to; relinqtuslri k tof-say great ax-
terit. '.! tr .-v '. i-
"If I were not a. perfectionist."
said the former United States A A-piateur
piateur A-piateur champion, "a once a week
outing would be sufficient. I tried
hard for a year and a half to find
a. lob tnat woujwl permit, coram
nauon, dux u no, avail-
"Aside from the economic val
ue of being a pro, I feel I can
accomplish more to encourage
Soung people to t take up golf,
ad I won the Amateur In 1958.
;4, would hajvaef ended, the title,"
From the start, their smashing
play had mocked the disparity
in rank, ahd throughout, except for
ine scoring pass a 9 yaroer, tnat
held Cannon to modest gains. On
this day, at least, the young man
did not live up to his billing as
one of the' best backs the South
has ever dei eloped.
Ltvinj room quarterbacks, re recalling
calling recalling that the Giants had twice
kicked in fourth-and-cmc. situations
against the Coltt in the pro cham championship,
pionship, championship, must .have ; been rather
startled to see Clemson go for two
or fourth down with some 13 min minutes
utes minutes still left in Jtbe last quarter.
They failed to ;make jit and
lost M odd yirds in the ensuing
exchaflfeeir a tilrcumstance, which
did nothing to lighten the 0-7 han handicap
dicap handicap they carried.
If LCU found Clemson surpris surprisingly
ingly surprisingly tough, Texas Christian found
the Air Academy even' more so.
By holding the Texans to 0 0, the
Falcons confirred the validity of
their undefeated, once tied record,
a recrrd which had been question questioned
ed questioned because of a spottv schedule.
But at game's end a nation of vl
ers admiringly agreed that the ne
est of our service academies had
definitely arrived as a football po power,
wer, power, and in' an incredibly short
space of time. Indeed, the Air
Force does not graduate its first
clasa untUnext summer.
Syracuse Looks Sad
The prestige of- Eastern football
certainly took' on ho new splendor
as Syracuse was toppled by Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, It was bad enough that the
uostaters lost to a sub par Bud
Wilkinson creation but the way th
Ios wasr even, worse. 1
They simply didn't have the look
of a first-rate team. Their kicking
tackling wat alovenly. their block block-ins
ins block-ins inconslstendt. their kicking er er-ratfc;
ratfc; er-ratfc; ; their- offense Impotent, their
strategy questionable and whate whatever
ver whatever chances they might have had
were squandered on fumbles. The
Soonera scored on the second nalv
from scrimmage, and, as the game
was piayea, tnat waa it.
The Rose' Bowl ran true to form.
The price makers had Iowa win win-niniby
niniby win-niniby 11 nointSt the widest snr
of the day. They wow bv 26. Cali California
fornia California was a- soft touch. If this
futility'1 continues: the "ROsii flow
wiv vt attract tha attentionr of
Floyd Patterson's manager.
Sixtaaa-yaMl4 tobto; ;Stertand
separated the meafrra the boys
when ha defeated Don -Mathieson
by a score of 4 aad.1 in tha semi semifinal
final semifinal of the BratM Brook Annual
Ha thus became the youngest
golfer in tha history ef this taurn
ament t fight his way t tha
It was tough luck for Mathieson
that he could not produce one of
his better games combined with
the fact that young Morlaod play played
ed played a steady brand; of golf as ha
putted for ten birdies up to the
time the match ended on tha fif fifteenth
teenth fifteenth green.
Two years ago Mathieson was
narrowly beaten-in the finals af
this tournament bynibal Oe Oe-llnda.1
llnda.1 Oe-llnda.1 up, and en two tccaslens
ha has gone as far as the semi semifinals.
finals. semifinals. This year he upset Galindo, the
reigning champion for ( the past
four years, in the second round
and thereby ci ited an open field
over which he waa picked by ma many
ny many to triumph, but again he has to
wait another year!
Don Hause defeated El wood
Cempten 3 and 1 In the ether se semifinal
mifinal semifinal match and will there therefore
fore therefore meet his 'young rival in the
final scheduled for 34 holes,
which will be a feet af endur-
ance as well as skill.
In US Air Force
Fernando Hyacinth, one of the
most outstanding players of the
classy basketbll team of tha So Social,
cial, Social, Sporting and Civic Club of
Los Guaracheros da Colon and a
member of the AACS Weather,
quintet of the United States Air
Force Intramural Basketball
League, recently scored 29 points
in a thrilling cage encounter with
the runnerup Medics five.
He was the highest scorer and
also top star of the airmen's "Big
Ivan Hyacinth, an employe of
thfc Terminals Division in Cristo-
! bal, received his son's Little Rock
News clipping, in wnicn the above
Field & Stream
ONLY COOD OAR
By Al MeClane
Fly fishing for bass in a little
clear water pond, I caught about
These sleek, armor, plated fish
date back to the period when coal
was being formed, at which time
they were more, widely distribut.
ed throughout tha world. Fortunate
ly, nature seems to have deptwted
the modern population in the south
era United States.
waters; t aouot JFejC WOWpfl
any ganvefish 'left; a
Gars arepredaeious and trave
in loose schools near the surface,
They are : sluggish, except when
feeding. Their menu consists f
any other fish grabbed in: one
swift dssh. . .
Gars are the most destructiH
species that southern biologists are
attempting to oontrol Their vora voracity
city voracity is responsible for the disap disappearance
pearance disappearance of a great number of
bass and panfiah. My favorite
pond will be wiped, out soon.
How gars .anage to take over,
area by area, Hi a lot to do with
fluctuating water levels, both in
existing ana migrating. Gars are
so tenacious that they often live
in drying pools when other fish
have died. Their '-air bladder is
well supplied wi'ih blood vessels,
and this partly serves as a lung
which enables them to survive for
long periods without the use of
The largest specfes Is the alli alligator
gator alligator gar which grows to 10 feet
in length and to weights in excess
of 300 pounds. Such a monster de destroys
stroys destroys fantastic numbers of came-
fish and small birds. A 1(3-
pounder was found to have 40
pounds of fish in its stomach when
AARON PtqSENBERO ..
Aaron Rosenberg was a s'tai
guard on the mat Southern Cal
ifornia football teams of the early
1930's. In 1933; the Wg Trojan
lineman made the' United Press
All-America. In his tbrea yai-sity
saons, Southern, California won
30 games, lost only two and tiJ
one. Tha' Trojans twice won in tha
Rose Bowl od three times defeat defeated
ed defeated arch rival Notre Dome
Whatever happened to Aaron
Rosenberge Ha wen: immediately
into the motion picture business
after leaving college and new Is
a movie producer-diractor In Hol Hollywood.
lywood. Hollywood. 4 ...
CHURCHILL TO REST 7
. MARHAKECH, Morocco (UiPI)
Sir Winston Churchill will arrive
bare Jan. 12 for. tbrea or four
weeks of rest, painting and aight aight-seeing,
seeing, aight-seeing, t was annouacad hire to to-day
day to-day 7,, i ., -,y-i:..
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SVVEEP TO NOWHERE Al Dentoi of'Dartmouth falls in the mud at the feet of the Old
Miilhilliana' J. E. Coombs during a icramble for the ball in a Rugby Union match at Head Headstone
stone Headstone Lane, Middlesex, England. Th Hanover cpllegians surprised Briton? by winning three
straight from minor league British Warns.
Resignation Of Prexy Arango
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Raul (Lul) Araneo was still Dre-
sident of the Panama Professional
Baseball League today despite the
resignation he tendered to loon of
ficials 10 days ago.
ai a ,uiesuinomai mncneon in
Aranao'S honor at the El Pana
ma Hilton Hotel yesterday after
noon, loop officials and team re representatives
presentatives representatives resolved unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously not to accept the resignation of
tha man who has auided the den-
tinies of the circuit since- its in
ception m 1845.
The league's decision was an
nounced by Angel (Macho) Gri-
mas, president of the champion
Carta Vieia Yankee.
..iArangOiJiad asked:4be relicv-
edfof the. position' ta doable liiin
to get a rest from the rigors and
responsiDiiities of nis office.
Grimas lauded Arango for the
"wonderful job" he had done as
loop prexy over the last lfr years.
He explained that a eold watch
whieir had beenTtfsehter'to"
Arango. minutes before by Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro president Carlos Eleta in re-
presentation of the owners, did not
indicate mat the resignation had
. i-ne gin was given,. b said, in
token of tni hiuh odoom (n ...mu
... - -r,-- ...tiu ... vrills;!!
the owners held Arango, -and was
meant to express their desire that
he continue in oificn.
Other speakers who praised
Arango were attorney Roberto
Aleman, vice president of the
loop; Joe Nachio, member of the
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Elks 7 Spur Cela 1
With- an overflowing croud pre
sent at the opening game, the
Elxs- got off to a fast start, when
the first batter hit the first ball
for a clean single, before the in
ning was over, the Elks scored
three runs and iced the game, a a-galnst,
galnst, a-galnst, the champions, Spur Cola.
The Elks presented a hustling
smooth fielding aggregation, mak making
ing making two double plays, and at the
plate they ware awinging the stick,
and' had only one strikeout chalk chalked
ed chalked up against them.
On' the attack, firstbaseman
Poore had a perfect day with a
four for four count. Larry Berger
and Mike Hummel got themselves
The winning chucker was Lou
Fontaine, who' scattered five hits,
and fielded his position in. top
notch fashion. For the losing Spur
Cola Bob Mlkulich, the veteran
catcher, helped himself to two
hits and demonstrated his strong
arm by throwing out three runners
trying far second with a man on
third, v a -'...
Both teams had good coaching,
a'lthouih there were errors of com
mission, miscuej of emmission
ware noticeable by their absence.
Austin, as :'
Gangla rf ;
Fontaine p -SPUR
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I?i jnatiagerL.. and ...A r t u.r n
L a e l o Sonsales on behalf of
sports writers and sport casters
Arango thanked the gathering
iur uie gesture ana admitted that
he was "cAight off base" by the
he was "cAight off base" by the
leagues dicision. He added that
Jan. 5 hav been a significant
aie in nisme ever since his son
itaui jr., (Baby) was born on
that date ?7 years ago.
He recallid that tragedy near nearly
ly nearly struck oi Jan. 5 of 1957 wlien
ne narrows escaped death afior
De la Pena If
for Carefree Dry
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being hit by a golf ball at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club.
On the back of the watch is the
inscription: "Gratitude and apnre
ciation to Raul Arango L.B.P.V."
(fanama Professional Baseball
(o xtjMh peace off niind
Remember . It's the bnkes hn r) th wheels
But . IPs the tires that stop thevcar!
Red Athletfloses Face';
1 1 j t I
Housecleanina In Store
FRANKFURT (UPI) A French in cycling, y the Ger Ger-string
string Ger-string of stunning defeats and mans in track, and by everybc'
scandals has torn the lid off a in almost everything.
long-simmering crisis in Kuss a s
A housecleaning is under way
which does not even stop at the
pampered "honored masters ot
spori. The Soviet press has been
hammering away at a theme
which was most clearly expres expressed
sed expressed in a recent editorial in lzves
tia, the government publication:
"Soviet athletes must achieve
stable results, otherwise there will
be serious unpleasantness in store
. .our sports officials and coacn coacn-es
es coacn-es should speak Of what has nap nap-pened
pened nap-pened openly not in embarrassed
"What has happened" is that
Russia's subsidized "state ama amateurs"'
teurs"' amateurs"' after years of spectacular
progress climaxed by victory in
the 1956 Olympics, have hung up
their bests. Fa- traveled and in
frequent contact with the Western
world, they have softened up phy physically
sically physically and mentally.
Premier Nikita Khrushchev
himself is reported to De taking
a close interest in the problem
He is not wasting his time on a
trifling matter. Not only Soviet
prestige abroad is involved turn turning
ing turning sports into a national pastime
and winning the .Olympics Mas
been costing the Soviet taxpayer
millions of dollars each years.
A man of earthy tastes who de delights
lights delights in mass parades, gymnas gymnastics
tics gymnastics and soccer games. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev was probably just as dismay dismayed
ed dismayed as the average Moscow sports
fan when Soviet teams were whip whipped
ped whipped by Brazil and England in soc soccer,
cer, soccer, by the Finn a skiiflg, by tiie
MBfe, HMk iriBb
"tHE WORLD'S SAFEST
And other symptoms of the
sports crisis must have worred'
him even more deeply increas-t ;
ing sings of corruption, faiuty '
planning and the development of
"unhealthy tastes" by some sports
What party sports theor sts '2
mean by "unhealthy tastes" was-
demonstrated in the case of socosr''' ''
star Eduard Strel'.sov. He waa
Moscow's most popular sports-,
man until last summer when
court sentenced him to 12 years' '"'5
at hard labor on charges ranging 7
from "self-glorification" to rape.
Soviet press reports on the
Streltsov case painted the bnl bnl-liant.
liant. bnl-liant. 31-year-old center-forward'1 '2
of the Moscow Torpedoes and the
Sov et all-star tem as a drunkard
who beat up neighbors and had"
club officials intervence to pre-' "',
vent prosecution. He was also ac accused
cused accused of rapips? a girl, of break,- '.'
ing training regulations and of
talking back to super ors. i
Vodka and temperament thus!! I
seemed to be at the basis of tha r"
case. . .but some Western ob observers
servers observers were not so sure.
They pointed to the fact that
Soviet athletes visiting here have
always been exemplarily behaved.
And they also pointed to the iact
that the charges against Strel's.iv
rnd later, other athlete were
overshadowed by ominous refer-!
ences to "self-glorif cation," "ec "eccentricity"
centricity" "eccentricity" anH "glorifying in the
admiration of the crowds."
This, some observers thought,
hinted that some Soviet SDorts ;
heroes were sim"!v becomT? too 1
popul?r for the Kremlin's liking.
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Rose Miller Dies;
Following a short illness, Mrs.
Rose EsteUa Miller, wellknowm re resident
sident resident of the Isthmus, died at the
family residence in Carrasquilla
yesterday morning at 8:30 o clock.
Mrs. Miller migrated to the
Isthmus in 18 and resided in
Empire, Canal Zone, for many
years before taking up residence
in Panama City.
Funeral services will be held at
Cabo Verdt (National Avenue at
i p m. tomorrow following which
(Interment will tale place at Jar Jar-jjjln
jjjln Jar-jjjln de Paz Cemetery.
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Miller, husband; Mrs. Carmen
Miller Molineaux; Agnes and
Joyce daughters; Ganreth son, and
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another two bedroom apartment,
dining, living, porch, balconies,
two bathrooms, maid's room and
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With Berber Rebels
RABAT, Morocco' (UPI) Royal
army units were reported yester yesterday
day yesterday to have clashed with rebelli
ous Berber tribesmen in northern
Morocco. King Mohammed threat threatened
ened threatened the rebels with "cruel pun punishment"
ishment" punishment" unless they ceased fight fighting.
ing. fighting. The king's appeal for calm,
broadcast in Arabic over the na
tional radio early yesterday after
noon, was an 11th hour attempt
to head off fighting between the
army and the warlike Berbers
that could plunge the country into
Royal Moroccan soldiers were
reported closing in around the
mountain -Stronghold of Lahcen
Lyoussi, former privy councillor to
the king who has been accused of
trying, to reinstate French control
Unconfirmed reports current in
Rabat said Lyoussi had taken
arms:ft the head of a. "large
group of his Ait Youssi tribe in
the snowbound Boulmanelen south
Information reaching Fez said
there had been a clash at Skoura.
near BoWmane, and that several
men ver Jtilled on.. both,, aides.
Another refiort, 8i ;uncon
the snowbound Boulra a ne region,
about 30 miles south of Fez.
nfolrmation reaching Fez said
there had been a clash at Skoura
near Boulmane. and that several
men were killed on both aides.
Another, wport, again t uncon
firmed bjT tht goven
b)e3ro6a!0$gnyunit had been am
bushed early Sunday at gasoline
supply depot near Alhuecemas, on
the Mediterranean coast in the
Villagers werP said to have
abandoned their homes nd fled
to the hills in the Boured-Aknoul
Tizi Ouzli district of the Riff, nick
named the "triangle of death" in
the 1955 Riff rebellion when Mo Morocco
rocco Morocco was French-controlled.
HAVANA Rebel leader Fidel
Castro, announcing en end to gen
eral strike in Cuba:
"All military commands are for
the revolution. (Provisional Presi
dent Manuel) Urrutia is their rep
resentative, his investiture has ful
ly restored liberty and the civil
NEW YORK Soviet First Depu
ty Premier Anastas I. Mikoyan
on arriving in th : United States
"1 want to convey on behalf of
the Soviet people our best wishes
for happiness .n the new year in
an atmosphere of tranquility and
NEW YORK Frank D. Chion
chio, appealing for thP return of
his baby daughter kidnaped from
her Brooklyn hospital crib
hours after birth:
"My wife and I are sure that
you are caring for the child as
best you can, but we beg of you
if you love the child, please
please return it so that the little
girl can have the care that such
an infant needs, and we ask you
again to think of the sorrow and
heartbreak of the mother."
MOSCOW Soviet Academician
Anatoly Blagonravov, on space ad advances
vances advances by the United States:
"However, in my opinion, the
very approach in the United
States to the solution of the prob problem
lem problem of interplanetary flight is er erroneous."
roneous." erroneous." DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI) Po Police
lice Police rushed to the. home of Mrs.
Donna Oertwig who reported an
animal "running wild" in her liv living
ing living room wall.
They called in representatives of
the Animal Rescue League, who
solved the mystery when they
opened a basement door and found
a frightened squirrel.
Game on TV Tonight
The prefeai'lonal football cham cham-plonahlp
plonahlp cham-plonahlp game, between the
New York Giarrti and the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Celts, will bo shown ov over
er over CPN TV tonight (Jon 4).
Broadcast time It 9:30 .m.
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BARDO No. 26 "B" Street a MORRISON
a r A rm A rl A i ir-y jRA rntrm A vn.i.
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS 54 Street No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth 10
passenger station wagon trunk
rack, radio, 1&000 miles. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Zone. Balboa 4349.
FOR SALE: 1958 Brookwood
station wagon Chevrolet 4 door,
9 passenger V-8, all accessories,
less than 3000 miles. 1930 mod model
el model "A" truck body. Balboa 2 2-3347
FOR SALE: Lata model 1956
Pontiac Safari, 2 door, station
wagon, fully equipped, excellent
condition, 24,000 miles. Phone
FOR SALE: Immediate sale 54
Ford tudor Fordomatie Six, $600.
Springfield 77 Williams 66
American Int. 60 Middlebury 55
New Hampshire 69 Harvard 62,ot)
Massachusetts 75 Amherst 65
Down East Classic
St. Michael's (Vt.) 58 Colby 53-
Wesleyan 65 Tufts 50
Bates 71 Bowdoin 54
Rutgers 72 Maine 63
Louis 78 New York TJ: 62 -John's
(N.Y.) 81 Temple 76
LaSalle 78 Manhattan 71
St. Bonaventure 82 Boston Col.
Connecticut 74 Fordham 63
DePaul 70 Duquesne 59
Holy Cross 83 Dartmouth 68
M. Peter's (NJ.) 76 Setoa Hail 61
Villanova 93 Pennsylvania 6J
Bowling Green 86 Canisius 76
North Carolina 69 Notre Dame 54
Wake Forest 57 Clemson 47
Kentucky 72 Georgia Tech 62
Tennessee 65 Vanderbilt 60
Virginia Tech 6? Richmond 60
Louisiana St. 79 Georeia 66
Alabama 89 Mississippi 76
Tulane 68 Florija 62
Furman 78 William & Mary 70
ueo. wasn. 86 Wash. & Lee 37
Auburn 97 Mississippi St. 66
Illinois 81 Ohio State 80
Michigan St. 79 Indiana 77
Michigun 82 Purdue 75
Toledo 69 Utah St. 61
Bradley 91 Drake 57
Northwesterc 80 Iowa 77
Minnesota 79 Wisconsin 66
Brigham Young 70 Dayton 62
Marquette 75 Detroit 66
Xavier (Ohio) 98 Louisville 66
Arkansas 61 Texas Tech 57
Texas A&M 65 SMU 63
Texas Christian 72 Baylor 62
Santa Clara 79 Arizona 38
Houston 78 Wichita 75
exas 61 Rice 58
Utah 95 Miami (Ohio) 78
Idaho 36 Sanford 31
Air Force 63 Valparaiso 49
Southern Cal 49 Oregon St. 41
Oregon 59 California 57
San Fran. U. 73 San Fran. St.
Washington St. 71 UCLA 54
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FOR SALE: 1950! two door
Plymouth, sedan. Bendix auto automatic
matic automatic washer. Japanise light lightweight
weight lightweight bicycle. G.E. lone tube
pre-amplifier. Silvertont "45''
record player. Call Curandu 3295
after 5 o'clock.
FOR SALE: Westinghoise inn inner,
er, inner, $50.00, cabinet radit phone phone-graph,
graph, phone-graph, $45.00. Phone Balboa 2 2-2710.
2710. 2-2710. INFLUENCED BY-SNAKE
NEW DELHI, India (VPD-The
chief minister of Andhri Pradesh
state. Sanjiva Reddy, said today
he might have become a lawyer
instead of a nolitician ejeept for a
snake. About 25 years ago, Reddy
explained, on the day he bought
law books he was friehlened by a
large snake in his study, threw his
books at it ana tiea. ueauy saiu
he then abandoned all plans to be become
come become a lawyer.
North-SoutH Battle On Filibustering
To Headline Early Congress Sessions
senators marshaled their forces
today for a determined battle
against intensified effortji to modi modify
fy modify the Senate's anti -j filibuster
rule and make civil rfchts legis
lation easier to pass.
Sen. Richard IB. RussettD-Ga-
unofficial leader' of the1 touthern
block, invited 17 ether senators 10
a closed door strategy htddle this
Meantime, liberal forcJs led by
Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D-xnj,
planned ji similar sessial on their
lalest;plaris or modiffeation of
thecontrbve'sial Rule 22.
A brisk fight on the Issue is- on
deck as the Senate's first item
of business when Confess con
venes tomorrow. The rtw is ex expected
pected expected to tie up the Setate for at
least a week an Dossihtv longer.
Sen. John U$pariman (DjkLJ
Ala.) said itaVa"'ltatnt that 11
tighter anti filibuster rule would
only worsen, racial relaftons in the
He said white peopfe In south
ern areas witn large egro popu populations
lations populations "know that tip .intent of
the proposed change,i(p;to pass
vicious and impractica so ealled
civil rights legislationr
The present rule.adopted In
Nod For Gerrtan
BONN. Germany, Jan. 6 (UPI)
West German defefse minister
Franz Josef Strausi will stand
by its decision to clpose Ameri
ca's r-104-r btarng,
ter" as the
standard fighter aire
laft for the
There was "no re
ever," the spokesman
any other European br American
fighter would be taktn into con
Yesterday, Strauss net with his
technical expert comrlission which
recently returned fro five weeks
negotiations with tl Lockheed
Aircraft Company it Burbank,
Calif., on purchase coiditions and
license rights. West termany in
tends to build the Starfighter
mainly under license. Is a $47,620,
000 boost for the German aircraft
Col. C. A. Be H Jr.. 1 center,
to employes of h is section who
are Cleveland So utherland, records administration Sydney Mc
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Lefovro 1 8 Met VABHACIA "SAS" Via fORRAS 111 S3 NOVEDAD1
FOR SAHs Collapsible chrome
wheel chair, almost new $70.00.
CaH Balboa 3486, House 23U-B.
Las C races St.
FOR SALE: Bolex camera pre prelector
lector prelector ease, lenses, ate..
dial 2-3204. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Air conditioner 'A
h n 11 5-V. $75. Automatic dry dry-.Vkenmor.:
.Vkenmor.: dry-.Vkenmor.: $75. Phon. 4-1370,
FOR SALE: 1 -ten G.l. air con conditioner.
ditioner. conditioner. 230-V. waeeesi. Tel.
FOR SALE: Police puppies. Can
be seen at Santa Elena Street
No. 4, next to Club de Equita Equita-cion,
cion, Equita-cion, Soto family.
1949, requires0 the-vote of two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the Senate's entire mem membershipor
bershipor membershipor 66 ef the 98 members
-to cut off debate. The Doublas
forces want to let a simple ma majority
jority majority or 50 cut off debate after
Most southerners conceded pri
vately that their hopes or avow avowing
ing avowing modification were slim. But
they hoped to hold the line on a
proposed compromise to require
the vote of only two thirds of
those present, instead of the en entire
tire entire membership, to limit debate.
Invited to the southern session
were senators from Alabama,
Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louis Louisiana,
iana, Louisiana, Mississippi, (North Carolina,
South Carolina and Virginia.
Sen. Clinton P. Anderson (D-
M.1 served nonce that ne
ould fire the opening gun in the
ft chatfBe battle Wednesaay y
moving that the Senate adopt new
A successful move bjr Anderson
would clear the way for proposals
to write in a new anti filibuster
Dniiclas said he thought the lib
erals would win in establishing
the right of the Senate to adopt
new rules. But on the question of
having a majority of senators shut
off debate, he said, the "issue is
Sen. John C. Stennis (D-Mlss.)
said in a television interview Sun
day that "perhaps soma slight
modification" would b made m
the rule, but only after "the sti sti-test
test sti-test kind of battle
Stennis also said, "I don't be be-lieva
lieva be-lieva there'll be any substantial
new civil rights legislation passed
at the session.
The Panama Liner Ancon Is
scheduled to sail on its return
trip to New York Saturday
Two Panama Canal employes
are among the passengers book booked
ed booked to said from Cristobal aboard
the Ancon. John C. Adams is
booked to sail f or New York,
while Frank L. Cunningham and
Mrs. Cunningham are listed for
adjutant general, USABCARXJ3,
had comtJleted special courses
HalLlvell. chief of the admin
; .(U.S. Army -.Photo)
EBTAVUBt iuiun-i vanou n.
Justs Arosemeaa Aye. ana 33 St.
FOR SALE: Lot. 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nueva Hipedreme
Urbanisation, across the Remon
Racetrack. All lota with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBaraett.
FOR SALE: -Let in Las Cumbres
beautifully located. Inquire in
Panama 45 East Street No. 30.
FOR SALE; Attractive weekend
cottage in Santa Clara on 600
mater1 lot, near airfield, bargain.
Please call Coffey, Gamboa 466.
Liberal Senate GOPers To Limit
Fight To 2 Jobs; Martin Frantic
WASHINGTON. Jan. (UPI)
Liberal Republican Senators
Indicated today they would lim
it their fight for party posts In
the new Senate to two jobs
floor leader and whip.
Sen. George D. Aiken (R-VU.
senior member of the liberal
bloc, said that as far as he was
concerned the group should not
put up candidates for three
other positions In the GOP
A ifinal decision on whether
to change the reelection of
Republican policy chair man
Styles Bridges (N.H.), confer conference
ence conference chairman Leverett Salton Salton-stall
stall Salton-stall (Mass.). and conference
secretary Milton R. Young (N.
D.) will be reached at a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Liberals today.
Aiken's view was shared. It
was learned, by other key mem members
bers members of the liberal group which
is running Sen. John Sherman
Cooper (Ky.) for GOP floor
leader against Sen. Everett M.
There were strong hints that
a liberal challenge on all five
posts would bring. several con conservative
servative conservative candidates into the
open for therlob of whip..
L '.Rep.l JwepliWi Martin
a, Daiuea desperately to nop
a drive to end his 20 -year
reig m Republican leader of
The challenger was Rep.
Charles A. Halleck, 58, of In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, one of the best rough
and tumble debaters In the
Insurgent Republicans dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied with Martin's leader-,
ship claimed they had the votes
to elect Halleck as GOP leader
at a caucus of House Repub Republicans
licans Republicans this afternoon. Martin's
lieutenants likewise clai m e d
victory. They said the party
would not repudiate the veteran
Massachusetts lawmaker after
his long years of service.
There was no contest for the
To Gel Underway
Today With Parade
CARACAS, Jan. 6 (UPI)- The
eighth Central American Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Games will be inaugurated
today with a parade of 1350 athle athletes
tes athletes at Olympic Stadium (Univer (University
sity (University Stadium). Those present will
include Edgard Sanabria, presid president
ent president of the Junta, Romulo Betan Betan-court,
court, Betan-court, president-elect and Rear Rear-Admiral
Admiral Rear-Admiral Wolfgang Larrazabal,
former provisional president who
once was head of the National
Countries participating are: the
Dutch West Indies, Colombia, Cos
ta Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala,
British Guiana, Jamaica, Mexico,
Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico
Mauriclo Rodriguez, Venezuel Venezuelan
an Venezuelan athlete, will be the bearer of
the Olympic flwme. Teodoro Ca Ca-priles
priles Ca-priles will take the Olympic oath
on behalf of the athletes.
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REPORTS 14-MILLION THEFT
GIFU, Japan (UPI) Yoshito
Ogawa, 61, of,Fukuoka City, re reported
ported reported to railway authorities yea yea-terday
terday yea-terday that 24. million yen ($66, ($66,-720)
720) ($66,-720) was stolen from him while he
slept in a third ilass sleeper coach
Democratic leadership. The
Democrats t their caucus to
day planned to back speaker
Sam Rey burn or Texas ior re reelection
election reelection and Choose Rep. John
W. McCurmack5 (Mass.) to serve
again as Democratic floor lead leader.
er. leader. Rayburn already has served
longer than any man in history
The first Republican test vote
will come when iHalleck's sup supporters
porters supporters offer atresolution to
provide for condttct of the elec election
tion election by secret ballot. If that
move fails, they acknowledge
they would have no hope of un unseating
seating unseating Martin.
Some members of the In In-insurgent
insurgent In-insurgent group felt that should
Martin become convinced in ad advance
vance advance that he faced certain de defeat,
feat, defeat, he probably would step
aside voluntarily at the last
minute and throw his support
to a third candidate in hopes
of stopping Halleck.
The Bridge On The 1
River Kvai Voted
' NEW YORK CITY, Jan. .-'
(UPI) "The Bridge onMhe River
Kwai" has scored top honors .m
the 16th annual : national movie
poll conducted by the film daily,
newspaper of the movie industry.
Runners-up were "Cat On A
Hot Tin Roof," "Sayonara," "Mar "Mar-iorie
iorie "Mar-iorie Morningstar" and "The Last
For his role in "Kwai,' Alec
Guinness was voted one of the five
top actors of the year. The others
were Spencer Tracy, for "The
Last Hurrah;" Burl Ives, for "Cat
On A Hot Tin Roof;" Marlon Bran
do, for "Sayonara," and Charles
Laughton, for "Witness for the
The too five fertfata performers
were: Elizabeth Tayldf, for ''7ti
On A Hot Tin Roof ;J,Maria Schell
for "Gervaiaej" Kmi 'Stanley;-for
"The Goddess;" Leslie "Carctn for.
"Gigi," and Ingrid Bergman, for
The poll gave the best support
ing actors, at; Red- Buttons for
'Sayonara; Lee J. Cobb, for The
Brothers Karamazov; Sessue Sessue-Hayakawa,
Hayakawa, Sessue-Hayakawa, for "Kwai;" Vittoria
de Sica, for a "A Farewell To
Arms," and Ed Wynn, for -"Mar-joire
The best supporting actresses
were listed as: Hope Lange, for
"Peyton Place;" Miyoshi TJmeki,
for "Sayonara;" Elsa" Lanchest Lanchest-er,
er, Lanchest-er, for "Witness For The Prosecu Prosecution,"
tion," Prosecution," Claire Trevor, for "Mar "Mar-jorie
jorie "Mar-jorie Mornlngsta" and Carolyn
Jones, for "Marjorie Morning Morningstar."
star." Morningstar." RED-FACED POLICi
LONDON '(UPI) For months.
policemen at the East London tAld tAld-gate
gate tAld-gate precint station b p a t e d
about the prowess of their cook,
Mrs. Violet Round. Their faces
were red yesterday aner Mrs.
Round was disclosed in court to
be Mrs. Violet Matthews, a con
vrcted thief who had served three
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SPANISH COURSI AT
Intentiyo Spaniih course for In.
glish-speaking people at Ul Ul-veriity
veriity Ul-veriity of Panama from January
7 to February 19. Clastei in the
evening: Monday. Wednesday
Thundfay. Beginnen: 5:30; In.
termediata: :30; Advanced I
7:30 p.m. Conversational prac prac-tlee.
tlee. prac-tlee. Regiitratioa at Secretary's ;"
NEW YORK, Jan. (UPI)
Stocks ros ori the seventh conse- u
cutiye, session itoday with the go
eral ayerage l-eachinj; into heicht
in space. .'i
.Net igains ranged to a point with J
aie general average reachina intorl
fl8ht in space. ;j
most ef them .fractional. Initial. ;
trading brought out large oum-
bar of big blocks.
Am Tel and Tel
Cerro 4 Pksco
, Chiejtg Gt. West.
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Northrun ' t
Royal Dutch Shell
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WASHINGTON; rirPT .w-
"4, "Mirtitt chairl
man "of the Renublican v..il.t
Commltte ilaia yesterdav th. r
ocrats -used- falsehoods of fe
and doubt about Amerl,.?.
complishments? ,to win the 'No. A
holds control of th
mid uiimmnnn im af io
i one wio ine League of Republi Republican
can Republican Women of the District of
Columbia that vrv maw m.
pign argument used against the
Republican Partv "hn h.n hat-
tered in the flow of subsequent
events." k v ,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 1959 t
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN JNDEPENDENt DAILY NEWSPAPER
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the basis of his light comedy talents, Efram Zimbalist Jr., son
of the famed concert violinist, is currently winning' fans in his:"
TV "Maverick" role ii the lovable rascal Dandy Jim Buckley.
But the veteran of the Broadway stage and seven movies says
he prefers those media to -TV. Here he's shown, right, with i
James Garner as Bret Maverick.
EAGER BEACLES Each of these baby hunting dogs starts
out with his (or her) own bowl at chow time in the Wall;
Sherbon household In Pittsburgh, Pa. But as the bowls arv
emptied, the fast eaters all gang Up like this on the slowpokes;
The 3-month-old pups, six males and four females, are the
pride and joy of Becky, a pedigreed beagle.
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Castro s Man Urrutia Soothes
RVa Cuban Student
im. nnnni wa.ii. w y w "-'-
Z$ Honors the martyred heroes of a rival student rebel movement that threatened the new regime with its first in in-fwnal
fwnal in-fwnal crisis.
A tl. ,,rnMn tka "Rvnlut!nnrv Directorate" headed bv 28-vear-old Rolando Cubelo. ooened a second
1 llwwwfc,vv,K, j
'front in central Cuba in support of the "26th of July" reb
- the new government
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. urruxia piougw to iiuiu a wcMiviij kvuaj -
lives In the unsuccessful 1957 assault on the Presidential
T il nfiL i.. i.. j u
Improve relations Detween
-'ntnlomatic observers here werelbinet a member of farmer Presi Presi-.DiplcmaTic
.DiplcmaTic Presi-.DiplcmaTic oww- with- dent Carlos Prio's Authentic Par-
In the rebel coalition proved cap-
of resolving the differences
in w .j tt.,. I
-a.!- hlnckefl UPru
tis'i taking over of the Preswen
f They also p)oasl by Urrir Urrir-tie's
tie's Urrir-tie's eoneiliatory moves.
Meanwhile the Urrutia govern govern-went
went govern-went took a number of steps de
Signed to consolidate its position:
minteein civil rights and
.-It received the foreign aipio- -atic
corps and foreign press at ported
the Presidential paiace ""
minutes after arrival and asked
for -diplomatic recognition..
wLllt pledged a full guarantee
far American investments in Cu-
It promised an Immediate
Increase in security arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to prevent a recurrence
H the Invasion of the Colombian
Embassy by rebel zealots.
It promptly repealed a mar martial
tial martial law decree, issued by Hava Havana
na Havana military commanders, before
It could even go into effect.
Urrutia gathered into his ca-
Weather Or Not
This weather report for tbe 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydropraphlo Branch of the
Paaama Canal Company:
(max. mph) N-21
RAIN (inches) T
'JD&tt harbprs) 81
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7
JU:50 2:37 4:45 6:53 9:00
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n AH the sultry drama of
' Tennessee Williams'
; Pulitzer Prize
: v ginning Play
"is now on the tcreen!
f MlM 4Jor Short
Ton Must See This Picture
From The Beginning.
ieinnal PrsfilrlAn M
o.ramnnv nA mt nn
xne m oi uuijr siou aim
tv and indicated a willineness to
include representativs of other
ravnlutinnonr factions in ni ffov-
Meanwhile Pan American and
National Airlinas, both hoped to
rasumo sarviet to Havana to today.
day. today. Both airlines resumed service
briefly yesterday morning, but
cancelled it later on word that
the Havana airport was closed
National Airlines pilot
that he barely eot
Diane out of Havana before the
airport was closed down by a
Capt. Pat Whittaker piloted the
only National Airlines plane that
flew to Havana Monday. But he
said he was delayed an hour on
the return flight because he had
to get permission from the U.S.
State Department office in Hava Havana
na Havana to return.
Whittaker said as he prepared
to take off he was ordered to re return
turn return to the terminal because
"the field had been closed by ord
Batista s Top Soldier Told Him
To Get Out Of Cuba Before Dawn
HAVANA, Jan. 6 (UPD This
the reported Inside story of
President FttlKencio? Batista i
fall: He was driven oui oy a
general with a 16-year record
of opposition to his rule.
The reports said Gen. Jose
E. Pedrasa declaredat a New
Year's Eve meeting of top ar army
my army leaders that Batista must
get out of the eountry before
The army brass agreed, and
Batista was on his way to the
Dominican Republic in a mat matter
ter matter of hours.
Batista had- made Pedraza
commander of the armed forces
in mid-December, despite the
fact that the general had been
dismissed from the army and
forced to flee the country on
charges of plotting an anti-Batista
coup d'etat in 1942.
Pedraza's first act after as assuming
suming assuming command was to order
an offensive aaalnst the rebels
in the suear-belt province of
When the resentment drive
failed, Pedraxa declared that
Batista should quit.
Batista had been slipping for
the past year.
He had been unable to con contain
tain contain or eliminate the rebel
growth, and Cuba's economic
situation worsened steadily.
Mounting rebel activity in the
province of Las Villas halted
the 800-mile-lone island and
cut off the western provinces
including the capital city of
Havana from beef and other
foodstuffs normally supplied by
the eastern provinces.
Informed observers read des
peration into Batista's situa situation
tion situation as early as Dec. 15 when
he sidelined his armed forces
commander and substituted Pe Pedraza.
draza. Pedraza. When the showdown came
in that early morning meet meeting
ing meeting at Camn Columbia, the
army headquarters on the
edge of the city, Batista rave
in auickly and suddenly so
suddenly that Fidel Castro
himself expressed surprise
But Batista apparently knew
he was licked.
On TV Tonight
A former Army employe who
often took part in the CFN
shows on the Isthmus during
World War II will appear to tonight
night tonight of the CFN-TV daily
"Spotlight program, a feature
Miss Dolore Gregory will be
Interviewed starting at 6:30
p.m. for about a half hour.
She came to Panama in 1943
to work for the Army Engineers
and lived in Curundu until she
returned to the States in 1945
Later Miss Gregory was a
civilian actress technician with
the Army InJapan. She has ap appeared
peared appeared on many TV programs
in the Hollywood and is now
In the advertising buslnegg in
the Los Angeles area. ,:,
From ,. the past several days
ne nas Been visiting the isth isthmus
mus isthmus on vacation and will sail
tonight abord the Silver State
for Acapulco, Mexico, and Call
nuitl Urrutia iwturi in hit
- s j
el movement led by Fidel Castro. It has demanded a voice
Ivaralv nt Havana tn hrtnflr
Palace occupied by Fuigencio Batista ,was expected to
er of the commanding officer."
He said he argued over the
radio that he had permission
from the wtate Department and
finally was allowed to leave.
Press conscious Castro has
found a peaceful use for captur captured
ed captured bombers instruments for tell telling
ing telling the story, of his 26th of July
movement to the world.
When newsmen and camera cameramen
men cameramen found themselves without
communications with the United
States, Castro placed an Army
B-24 at their disposal for ship shipment
ment shipment of films and stories to
"Our Air Force will no longer
be used to bomb cities but is now
being used to help distribute news
quickly," he said.
Armed forces of the revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary directorate of university stu students
dents students took possession of the presi presidential
dential presidential palace yesterday pending
Urrutia's arrival and his assur assurances
ances assurances that the unity of the anti anti-Batista
Batista anti-Batista forces would be maintain maintained.
ed. maintained. Urrutia, who had landed at Ha Havana's
vana's Havana's Raucho Boyenos Interna International
tional International Airport frum Santiago, re-
He also was aware of the de-
fections of several close asso
ciates over the weekend aides
who fled to Florida with their
families and other who began
seeking UJS. visas on Tuesday
Batista also probably was
aware that Castro had coun countered
tered countered Gen. Eulogio Cantillo's
Monday truce overtures with
the insistance the army prev prevent
ent prevent the flight of such "war
criminals" as Batista and his
H nrnhahlv hnnprt Vila Imme
diate departure might enable a
non-rebel Junta to- compromise
witn uasxro. - 1
Put. riosfrn rehiiffoH the Inn.
to onH his t.rnnna rlnspH in nn
Santiago, Cuba s second city.
tv. .,.Mmn. .m., an4
lite KUTCiuiiiciiu, ai ..y nuu
naval forces there went over to
Castro without a fight.
Plans For Joint Campaign
By CI Health Groups Bared
Plans for cooperation with Na
tional Health Agencies and Inter
national Voluntary Agencies con concerning
cerning concerning their fund raising pro
gram in the Canal Zone next
spring were Jointly announced
yesterday by the Army, Navy,
Air Force ana Panama uanai u.
In strict compliance with appli
cable U.S. Federal government
directives, the three local milita military
ry military headquarters and the company-government
have set Feb. 23
to April 4, 1959, as tne six-weex
period during which on-the job
cash solicitation of funds for
qualified health and international
voluntary agencies may be con conducted
ducted conducted within the various organi organizations,
zations, organizations, installations and commu communities.
nities. communities. A spokesman for the federal a a-gencies
gencies a-gencies explained that there would
not be a consolidated campaign
organization formed for any fund
drive sponsored by the health and
international voluntary agencies.
It was stated that each military
service and the Canal Co. would
cooperate on an individual basis
within the six-week period in such
matters as literature distribution
and collection of cash contribu contributions
tions contributions voluntarily made by their
"In accordance with the direc directives
tives directives on the subject," the spokes spokesman
man spokesman emphasized, "the spring fund
raising program must be conduct conducted
ed conducted by the qualified health and vo voluntary
luntary voluntary agencies solely on a cash
basis and without a dollar goal
being established for any partici participating
pating participating agency or for the entire
Agencies which may conduct a
20 Shrimp Crewmen
GUTEMALA City, Jan. 6
(UPI) Mexico has demand demanded
ed demanded the release of a score of
Mexican fllshermen seized last
Wednesday on charges of violat violating
ing violating territorials waters.
The prisoners are crewmen of
three Mexican shrimp boats
stot up by. Guatemalan war war-planes
planes war-planes on Dec. 81. Two fisher
men were reported killed and
11 wounded in the attack, and
an undisclosed number of others
were taken prisoner.
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new cabinet today and then
the Students who lost their
fused to p-oceed to the palace un until
til until it was evacuated by the direc directorate
torate directorate forces.
Finally, after they reached an
agreement, Urrutia's arrival was
announced officially, shortly after
An airport source tajd, how however,
ever, however, that Urrutia had been
thoro since Monday morning: but
had not loft the plane pending
evacuation of the directorate
troops from the palace.
Under a compromise formula
far leaving the palace open to
Urrutia, Maj. Rolando Cubela,
commandei of directorate forces,
took over the command of the
palace guard but the guard itself
was made up of leading officers
from other revolutionary organiz organizations,
ations, organizations, principally Castro's July
A student directorate statement
said both the palace and the Uni
versity of iavana have great
symbolical signincance ror me
It recalled that members of
the group attacked the palace
on March 13, 1?57, In an at at-tempt
tempt at-tempt to kill deposed dictator
Fuigencio Batista and other
"representative- of the tyran tyranny,"
ny," tyranny," and that they paid "a hea heavy
vy heavy cost in lives" for the attack.
Betwon 40 and SO were killed
in the assault, most of them uni university
versity university students.
Castro's chief field lieutenant,
Argentine-born physician Ernesto
"Une liuevara, wno arnvea in
Havana a few days ago and was
oiven cnmmanfi of Havana's ca
bana fortress, flew to Sancti Spir-
itus yesterday to comer wiw Las Las-trn
trn Las-trn nrnmahlv over the tense si
tuation between the July 16' move
ment and he directorate.
The rebel radio said patro's
armored column arrived St San-
4. rl-M nMiiinAA nnd fhaf th
weary rebel leader spent th night
at Sancti spiruus.
Guevara and Chaumont were
together during the Las Villa
campaign and are believed to
be close friends.
There was another unofficial ex
plttaton for the brief declaration
of martial law that Maj. Cienfue
on wanted to avoid a reoetition
of Sunday night's attack on the
Tnlomhian F.mhassv. where a
number of Batista followers sought
spring campaign in the Canal
Zone are defined in the directives
as "a chapter or affiliate of a re recognized
cognized recognized national health agency
which is organized to serve the
community where a federal civil
ian or military establishment is
located and is able to enter into
full participation in the conduct of
a local campaign."
In addition to the health agen
cies, the directives permit simul simultaneous
taneous simultaneous participation in the same
campaign perod of "recognized
international voluntary agencies
whose duly authorized representa
tives are able to enter into full
participation in the conduct of a
"The purpose of announcing our
plans at this time," the spokes
man said, "is to permit those
health and voluntary agencies
who qualify to submit their re
quest by letter to each of the mili
tary, services and the company company-government
government company-government for the conduct of
such a fund drive during the pe period
riod period specified. "All such requests
must be made by Feb. 2. 1959 for
consideration under the directives
and to allow sufficient time for
literature distribution." he con
Each aeency Darticinatintr In
this campaign will be required to
supply its own campaign material
including literature, and contribu
tion envelopes and must handle
its own campaign promotion.
SWEEPS NEW YORK CRITICS AWARDS
FOR 1958 ; ( r
Best Picture "THE DEFIANT ONES"
Best Actor David Niven for "SEPARATE TABLES"
Best Actress Susan Hayward for "I WANT TO LIVE
Best Director Stanley Kramer for '."THE DEFIANT
Best Screenplay Nathane Douglas and Harold Smith'
for "THE CEFIANT ONES"
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Congratulations to United Artists tor their succes-
ses. THE DEFIANT ONES is now being shown In the
theatres, of Panama. SEPARATE TABLES and I WANT
TO LIVti will be released In Panama shortly in the Bel
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Col. WALTER E. WILLIAMS
Farewell To Arms
For AF Flyer
rvi Walter E. Wihiams. lead
er of the famed Minute Men
jet precision demonstration
team, wmcn wui De a. ieaimc
cnnur tn he held at AlbrOOk AFB
Runriav afternoon and Fort
Davis Sunday morning during
the Armea norces iy uueu
House." once had his life saved
by famed novelist Ernest Hem-
Ingway ana, io aaa msuii w
lack of Injury, didn't even rec recognize
ognize recognize his friend-in-need.
It happened shortly after "D"
day in Europe in World War II.
Young Williams then a lieute lieutenant,
nant, lieutenant, had shot down a German
plane a few days before and
had set out to duplicate that
The only trouble was, he bit
off more than he could cnew.
He ran into a whole flight of
Focke-Wulf 190s, which proceed proceeded
ed proceeded to punch holes with hot lead
in Williams' P-47.
Feeling that discretion is
healthier than valor, the Amer American
ican American fighter jockey ducked 'into
a cloud with his limping Thum Thum-derbolt,
derbolt, Thum-derbolt, and staggered into a
field close to the front lines
near St. Mihiel, France.
Safe on the ground, he found
he wasn't so safe. A group of
farmers were advancing on him
with pitchforks. They thought
he was a Nazi.
Williams was trying to con convince
vince convince them with everything
from Esperanto to pidgin
French that he was an Amer
ican when a jeep drove up, pi piloted
loted piloted by a robust man sporting
a healthy beard and a corre correspondent's
spondent's correspondent's uniform.
The man politely explained
the matter in French to
the peasants, and they put
down their pitchforks.
Much relieved, Williams went
back to Inspecting his plane to
see if it could be patched up.
"Have a bit of a fight?" the
man asked, and then introduc introduced
ed introduced himself. "I'm Hemingway"
he said. "Ernest Hemingway. I
' Williams turned from inspect inspecting
ing inspecting his plane. "I'm Williams,"
he said. ."I fly." He turned back
to inspect his plane some more,
after thanking Hemingway for
coming to his aid.
It wasn't until he got back
to his home field and was tell telling
ing telling the troops about his rescue
that he was Informed that his
rescuing angel was a man of
With more than a little
chagrin, Williams started that
day doing something which he
had put off for too long
Now. if Hemlnewav ever hap
pens by to save his life again,
he'll be ready.
Nets $15 Fine
Walter Eugene Marek, 43, U.S.,
a foreman in the Maintenance
Division, was fined $15 by Judge
Loren B. Hillsinger at Cristobal
Magistrates Court today for
backing unsafely on December
Marek backed out of a drive driveway
way driveway in a Panama Canal truck
and was involved in a collision.
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Honorary-' Admiral G&Hera &xHSsen
By U FW Armed Forces Pay Pf6q ra m
iSix youneesters who will
as honorary admirals and gener
als in Connection -with the Canal
Zone Armed Forces J)ay program
scheduled for Saturday, have been
named by. the: Panama Canal de department,
partment, department, Veterans of Foreign
Wars. They were selected on the
basis of Armed Forces Day essays
they submitted in : contest spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the VFW.-
Representing Balboa Junior High
school will be Michael Labeau,
soft of T-Sgt. and Mrs. Richard J.
Labeau of Albrook Air Force Base
and Sande Schmitt, daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schmitt
of Panama City.
Cristobal Junior High winners
are Conchita Graves, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Graves of
Gatun and Louis French, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur French of
Gail Gibson, daughter of Major
and Mrs. Bruce A- Gibson of Al Albrook
brook Albrook Air Force Base, and Robert
McGrath, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ro Robert
bert Robert R. McGrath of Panama City,
represent St.- Mary's School.
They are due for the "red car carpet
pet carpet treatment" Friday, as well as
on Saturday, with a busy schedule
ranging from an appearance over
CFN-TV at 5:45 p.m. Friday, to
seats of honor in the stands at
Armed Forces Day events on both
the Atlantic and Pacific sides.
Courtesy calls on civilian and mi military
litary military officials in the Zone, lun luncheons
cheons luncheons and tours in the VIP man manner
ner manner also are on the agenda.
McGrath and Conchita
will ba the "admirals" in com command
mand command of tho 15th Naval District
Lboau and Gail Gibson will be
"ganarali" for the Caribbean
Air Command and Sande Schmitt
and Louis French have baon cho chosen
sen chosen to tako over tho rtina of U.
S. Army Caribbean.
A committee selected by the
VFW post commanders' through throughout
out throughout the Zone judged the composi composition,
tion, composition, which had as their theme
"What Armed Forces Day Means
Activities for the winners will
begin early on Friday, when the
CZ Burglar Gels
A sentence of six years' in the
Gambia p?njteritiary was imposed
on "SerrafijT tfuerTero, '29, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, by Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe in U.S. District Court at
Guerrero pleaded guilty to two
charges 6f burglary, Both burgla burglaries
ries burglaries were ib jrried out at night, one
at Cable Heights, where he stole
prpety worth $95 and the other
at Herrick Heights where the va value
lue value of his haul was $106. He was
sentenced to three years on each
It was established that the de defendant
fendant defendant has a long record of crime
in Panama and had been convict convicted
ed convicted previously of petit larceny and
intoxication in the Canal Zone.
Jail, Not Ship :
Instead of the long tedious
voyage which seaman- Vivian
Walker, 45, Panamanian, tried
to fortify himself against with
a pocketful of marijuana, he
will spend the next ten days In
the highly tedious Cristobal
jail. For Walker was caught as
he tried to go through the dock
gate to, join his ship, the All
America, and appeared aV Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Magistrates Court today.
EXCLUSIVE AND ONLY "RELEASED
Adults . $7.50
The Supreme Motion Picturc
DECARLO PAGET DEREK
f j AThe Showf Degin K paramount
with tbe cloture.
f i No Newsreels,'
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Pacific side -, group.-meets AtlaaEhs. Glenn F. CarrolL' Naw ',
tic side representatives at the
Balboa Railroad. Station. All will
be given cans wifivf star rank
insignia. From ther, they will take
off for Caribbean Command Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters at. Quarry Height, to
receive certificates designating
them as bonOTarF.tadiniKiila, and:
generals. Nextaome eouriesy calls
at the offiWbf the'1aiuma Canal
ne governed aaatArtoy, Navy;
and Air Force Headquarters.
Luncheons and, afternoon., pro5
grams haVe been planned ;byf each
serivce for its youthful command
ers. r'rjx. tifC&fl
On Saturday ;jners and their
parents will spend the morning
watching (the special-events 'at
Fort Davis. They are to return by
train to the Pacific side in time
to view the activities;" at Albrook
Air Force Base,. .-. ,., f
VFW project'officer for the prof
gram is GeprgeE!iiovet,E9C0rts
from the three i services will1 be
Capt. James.-H.wfiefterly, Army ;
Builders 01 Track
For PanCapaj Job
The Panama contra ctin a- firm
of Corporation da Jngenieria, S.A..
enterea the apparent low total W
of $211,838 for the construction of
five new U.S. Rate quarters build buildings
ings buildings in the La Boda area,
Bids were: opened Yesterday af af-ternnon
ternnon af-ternnon by Lt.' tol. Robert D.
Brown, p.C.jen geerjnf ;nd con construction
struction construction diBector, in the adminis administration
tration administration building at Balboa Heights.
The bid opening featured close
bids ranging from $214,430 to $223, $223,-992
992 $223,-992 iwhich were offered by Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Constructors, Inc.Dillon
and Hickman Construction1 C$E '-'
Calvino y Roquefr Cia.. Ltda'-., and
Constructor Diaz and Guardia.'"
This was the first bid submit submitted
ted submitted on work in tho Canal Zone
by Corporation do Ingonioria
which is th firm which' built
th now race trek In Panama
and sovtral -neW' a novorrtJnont novorrtJnont-buildinas.
buildinas. novorrtJnont-buildinas. J.UVA
So that work can be jin as sbod
as possible on the news quarters
in La Boca, the contract with -the
successful contractor was to be
signed today. s
The five .houses (seven apart apartments)
ments) apartments) are the first of -SS-new U;S.
rate family apartments to be built
in the proposed new La Boca town town-site
site town-site and except for executives
quarters, the first U.S. Rate' quar quarters
ters quarters to be constructed in the Canal
Zone sinee 1954. They are to re replace
place replace those-unitsrocated in 'Balboa
which are being removed for the
easf approach of the high level
bridge across the Canal.
The plans provide for;xhe con construction
struction construction of one three-bedroom and
two two-bedroom' single family
on the ground1 masonry houses and
two duplex i v two-story, three-bedroom
masonry quarters. The
work also includes the construc construction
tion construction of streets, driveways, and
sidewalks. '. ;-
Gets 18 Months
In Gambia Pent v
Enrique Zapata, 19, PaHamay PaHamay-nian,
nian, PaHamay-nian, 'waa-t sentenced -to; 18
months in the Penitentiary Vy
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe at U.S.
District Court-at ,Ancori... today
when he' plead ea, guilty to
Zapata (had, graphed a wom woman
an woman rountf ihfe' neckr'irWBalboa
and snatched her handbag 'and
run away, ft Atf
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I HAVE EYDt SEIMT
, -Woifer WincM
-A FILM Of :
Thle Productipn Vltt
not be shown In -f
; any ther Theatre ?
in the Republic of"
. Panami 'darinf '
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fi If r Parunents in the, UTy
mted States Which 7. .2 I
Armed Forces Day celebrationi; celebrationi;-sponsor
sponsor celebrationi;-sponsor -'Admirals and Generiftf',
for a Day" contests, but Um i ,w
wr .oi onginaiing the Idea- TV
longs to the Panama Canal ffri
partmenwhen the; national or?'
ganizatioiv requested recommend
ations for"an Armed Forces Day
participation protect. th li XI
partment came up with the' acK M
mirals and generals suEfeestiimJ
which -was- adopted nation widel
in the U.S.. .
Bids Being Sought i
On Glass Louvres
For Rainbow City
"uw peuig souciiea j.
the Panama CanaJ Company fpf!
the furnishing and installation oi
giaa.8 louyre jaiousiseg and hot wa;
Afternoon of. Jan -16 in the admii
wsiranon 4 iJuikling at Balbot
i . if
i A.miwr nhixa nf tha iiw.wniwai
Brograra '.which-' nrnvirle tnr
i fwwucts ft nunx&er of quar
I The bids are'fn hi
Huntber; of impfoVements in PaX i
numr uanaL quarters, the work1
vuvcxeu m me speculations con
sists of the furnishing and install
tion,f louvre' jalousies in six di
ferenttype houses n Rainbow Cftf
and ih ifurnishingaand Installatioa
of electric water heaters in a nuih
Other" improvements already
made in Panama Canal quarter!
under the.livabihty program hav
been the -installation of doufile '1
mhu( jrays in &auta Cruz quSA'
ters- and'nsfallatiorf iof hot water
heaters, and the paving of bi
ment areaa in a, number of quar
j-Ut's-better to lough to forget
thon tp fiprgajt fc lough. no
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CHARLTON '. '
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