The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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PROHIBITED PHOTO Panama Hews photogiapher Minnel
Fernandes was lucjky to get out ol Cuba witi thli picture ol an
v armed yebel pair dancing itt the eocktail lounge of the gswank
, Havana Riviera Hotel, where Fidel Castro has set un hi head-

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RosasToday
OriArmsCache
District Attorney Dario Sandoval
planned this .afternoon to. question
Ruben Rosas, the .manager, of Kl
Rancho garden, in connection with
the $20,000 arms each found Mon Monday
day Monday night in a Rio Abajo home.
, One, more arrest was made last
night in connection with arms find
raising the number, to five. The
latest arrest 'was that of Chung
Fon Ching. The others arc Rosas,
Armando Aguilar (in whose home
, the arms were found), ; his wife
Margarita .Aguilar and Alfonso
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Sandoval has already questioned
Mrs Aguilar and her two daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, one a t7-yeaf-old girl. -The
auesdonine- of the two cirls. lartod
over three hours, yesterday after
noon, ; Aguilar was questioned Mon
dav nieht. v.
The arma found-In the cottage
on Seventh-Street, Rio Akljo, oc occupied
cupied occupied hy Aguilar and his family
included four machineguna. nine
nb-machint guns, 16 rifles 13
revolvers and bout 40,000 rounds
of ammunition. i
According to the- D. A none of
these questioned, so far have given
any indication as to- what use- the
arms were to be put. 1
. However he failed to reveal the
contents of the, statements made
by those who bad been question questioned,
ed, questioned, k i 1 1
Rosas, the beer-garden manager,
was arrested yesterday morning
as he was about to board a plane
for Costa Rica. His arrest is, said
' to have been tthe result; of state
- ments mad by Aguilarit V5
Sandoval said no new arrests had
; speculation that the persons who
financed the purchase ot ..tne arms
found in Agutlar's possesion might
be picked, up,,
Some sources nredicted today
that about 20 young men and wo women
men women ,arrested in the Cerro Pando
ret of Chiriqui under-suspicion
tt plotting a subversive move, will
be taleastdL.Vrf'f .Ji"; .'.';'
These sources believs that the
group's .contention that they were
on a hoaca-hunting trip will stand
Up in the light of the evidence, 4
The ; group war equipped with,
military helmets, knapsacks and a
; .22 caliber rifle when arrested by
the National Guard s ; t -i
Meanwhis, some protests were
- raised in Davjd that the girls in the
group i-all students are being
held tin cells, along with, prosti prosti-tufue
tufue prosti-tufue who are serving time. 1
The arrest of the group had rali
, ed speculation that some sort of
movement like the Sierra Msestra
campaign In Cuba was being plan planned.
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Tribute To Marti
Halts Executions
In Havana Today
HAVANA, Jan. 28 (UPI) -The
revolutionary: government
halted its "war crime j trials" and
executions today for a nationwide
observance of the lOfith birthdav
of Jose Marti, thefGeorge Wash.
mgton oi uuDa. Tiiey resume to
morrowA
Revolutionary leader Fidel "Cas "Castro;
tro; "Castro; who has not appeared in pub pub-bUc.
bUc. pub-bUc. since his return yesterday
from Venezuela, was expected to
lead the Marti memorial observan observances
ces observances here. ? v,
In Santiago; ;tte strohghoJd, of
revolutionary 'sentiment which has
been Qie scene of th' bloodest
.war ''Crimes' exutt6hs V trials
and shootings' We're postponed yes
terday as wen as today.- They are
expected to resume tomorrow.
In Havana, the suoerior war
board deferred; judgment on the
appeal ot Maj. jesui sosa Blanco,
Cuba's "war criminal No, 2," a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the death penalty-imposed
on him last week. His attorneys
have asked permission to introduce
new evidence. ;
Albrook C-54 Ffies
For Shark-bitten
An Albrook Air Base mercy
mission thundered southwest at
2 am, today toward the Gala Galapagos
pagos Galapagos Islands to pick up a US
tuna fisherman whose legs have
been mangled by a shark In
offshore island waters.
The : fisherman, Albert Switr
zer, 57, is a crew member of
the San Diego tuna clipper Mary
Barbara which has been fish fishing
ing fishing Pacific waters near the Ga
lapagos, loca ted 1000 miles
southwest of Panama and about
600 v, miles:, east of the Ecua
dorian coast. . i t f,
Switzer slipped overboard
during fishings operations and
was attacked, by sharks be before
fore before he coulq 1 be rescued by
shipmates. i.: r,WfV-"i' V
i After, the rescue assistance
request was received in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone emergency f medical
Instructions; were immediately
radioed to the tuna boat par particularly;
ticularly; particularly; tp prevent; excessive
loss of blood. Radio reports-in
dicate that both of swltzer's
lPff hv hAn hartl msnnlM
- The C-54 transport which if
left this morning landed av
6:50 am at the island ot Bal Bal-tra
tra Bal-tra voni the abandoned U.S.

Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lintoln.

Diamond Pins
Go To 40-Year
PC Employes
Nlnty-seven of the Canai Qf
ganization's senior employes
who have spent the major part
of their lives helping to put
ships through the Panama Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, gathered on the front steps
of the Administration Building
at Balboa Heights' today to rer
ceive certificates and diamond
pins attesting to 40 or more
years ot service.
Th ceremony which Inau Inaugurated
gurated Inaugurated the Company-Governments
new "Length of Service
Awards Program," was held in
the presence of the Canal Com Company's
pany's Company's Board of Directors and
top officials.
The members of the group,
the lirst to receive tangible
evideflce, of their long years of
service s with the Canal, were
warmly congratulated by Gov.
W. E. Potter and Assistant Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Army George H.
Roderick, Chairman of the
board, who started the ceremo
ny by presenting certificates
and pins to the two employes
with over a half century of
service.
They were William H. Jump,
timekeeper In the Industrial
Division, the Canal's oldest:,
employe in point tf service
with over 53 years, and St.1
Clair Bellamy, an employe of
the Community Services Divi
sion with more than 60 years,
of service.
'MaJ.'aep. Julian T Schley.
memoeroi 'the board ana for
mer-Governor of v. the Canal
Zone, who ; has been actively
connected with the Cahaltor'
ganlzatlon since Jie cama here
in 1928 as Engineer of Mainten
ance, also was presentedJ with
a 40-year pin and certificate by
Potter. -..
In addition to names previ
ously announced who were to
receive the 40-year awards,
there were two more employes
added to the list before the
tlmfi lor the ceremony.
They were: Adrington R.
Morrison, Navigation Division
employe, and Antonio Boli Bolivar,
var, Bolivar, of the Office of the
Comptroller, both of whom
have 43 years of Canal serv service.
ice. service. The impressive ceremony 1-
nitiated an organization-wide
program under which employes
reaching; significant anniver
saries will be given tangible
evidence of their years of serv
ice;
(Pins and certificates are to
be presented employes with 5,
10, 20 and 30 years of service.
Those who have already reach reached
ed reached .these service dates will re receive
ceive receive recognition as a group at
ceremonies to be scheduled
later. . '.:.";:.;'?.,.,.:
In the future, employes will
receive awards as they reach
their anniversary dates.
It is planned, however to have
special ceremonies at one time
fof all employes who complete
40 years;of service in the same
year.
To Galapagos
Tuna Fisherman
Air Force base which is the
'only airstrip In the island
group. T ''
- Mai. Fay G. Adams, Of the
5700th Operations Squadron, is
commanding the plane. He is
also accompanied by medical
Capt. John Carter and nurse
CaptRuth Evans,, both of the
AiDrooK afb Dispensary.
: Meantime the Mary ..Barbara
has been lying' at -. anchor at
Wreck Bay, San Cristobal Is
land, where the .Ecuadorian Na
val Government maintains a
well-stocked dispensary as well
as-a naval medical officer for
emergency xreaimeni.. . ;
t Wreck Bay is approximately
M miles from the Baltra air airstrip
strip airstrip and It was still -wncer
tain this i morning f whether
ihe injured fisherman would
e moved to Baltra by the
-Mary Barbara or by the high high-powered
powered high-powered Ecuadorian naval pa patrol
trol patrol craft stationed ; in .the
.- Galapagos,' I ; 1 ''
A late morning, message re
ceived from : the rescue plane
indicated renewed radio contact

with the Mary Barbara was lm
mlnent. : w.
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GEIf. CURTIS E. LeMAY will pilot a KC-135 Jet tanker like the one pictured above to Tocu-men-Alrport
from yvashington tomorrow, when he visits this area to discuss mili mili-taryflmatters
taryflmatters mili-taryflmatters with, local 'commanders. His arrival is scheduled for 3 p.m. After leaving Pana Pana-nU
nU Pana-nU Sunday UMayjviirjnake visits to Rio.de Janeiro Brazil and Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico, be be-f
f be-f ore; returning to Washington Feb. 8. (Official USAF Photo)

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Painting Planned
For Zone Buildings;
Bids Are Sought
A' nilmber of Canal Zone school
buildings are listed in the specifi specifications
cations specifications for the painting of build
ings: and structures in the Canal
Zmio : which nre inplnHod in the:
fourth quarter paint work.
uias lor this project are now
being solicited by the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company and are scheduled to
bpeoed at Balboa- Heights Feb,
, School building scheduled for
new coats of interior and exterior
paint are the Balboa 'Elementary
and Junior-Senio: High ; Schools,
and the elementary schools at Fort
Kobbe, Diablo, Heights, Gambba,
La Boca, Gatun and Margarita.
Other building included in the
paint specifications are three
quarters buildings located on
Quarry Road in Balboa Heights;
the fire station at Cocoli, the Sani Sanitation
tation Sanitation Office and storage shed in
Ancon, the truck filling station at
La Boca, and the pump house, filt filter
er filter house, and other installations at
Miraflores.
On the Atlantic side, buildings to
be painted are the gymnasium and
pump house in Gatus a building
connected to Coco Solo Hospital
and the local freighhouse in Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Paint rk in the school build
ings will be' done during school va vacation
cation vacation months.
Alfredo Morris,
From Traffic Crash
Alfredo Morris, resident of Lo
cal 907, andhis wife Cynthia are
both reported doing well at Gorgas
Hospital after being admitted for
treatment early in the morning of
Jan. ze.
Morris and his wife were return
ing to Panama City from Chorrera
late Sunday night when his auto
went out of control, overturning in
a ditch parallel to the National
Highway. The auto was extensively,
damaged.
The extent of the injuries to the
labor leader and Mrs. Morris have
not been disclosed.
Morris is employed by the Navy
at Rodman.

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GOLF PROS. ARRIVE FOR PANAMA OPEN A committee from the Panama Golf Club that included club president Dick Deh Deh-llnger,
llnger, Deh-llnger, Ted Wllber and Qiprlano Pas Rodriguez and CFN announcer Jack Hawkinson was on hand yesterday at the Tocumen
airport to meet a group of golf pros Who will compete in the $10,000 PanamA open Golf Championship. Left to right, Dchllnger,
Bob ToskL: Roberto DeVlcenzo, Jack Stick, defending champion Bob Watson, Wllber, Pete Cooper, Pas Rodriguez, Manuel Alon Alon-so,
so, Alon-so, Hawkinson, Manols Fernandea and Gene Bryar yv ' :

LeMay To Bring 600 mph Jet Tanker
Direct WashingtontTocumen Tomorrow

Gen. Curtis E. LeMay, USA
vice chief of staff, will arrive her
tomorrow at 3 p.m. at the contro'
of a KC-135 jet tanker. He plan-
to be in. this area for three day
lodiscuss ..military ; masters witbi
ineaiTommaniterr. f .1 1
; .The fltfwral wtu b ac empsniea t
by bit wife, Helen, his 19-year-old,
daughter Jan and several
members of his staff on the
flight from Washington to Toeu Toeu-mn
mn Toeu-mn Airport, whose use hat been
possible through the eourtety of
the Panamanian flovernmtnt.
Mai.. Gen. T. H. Landon,. com
mander, Caribbean Air Com'nand.
Colonel N. E. Powell, CAirC, chief
of staff, their wives and sevtral
members of the Caribbean A'r
Command staff will be on hand to
greet the general and his party.
LeMay's present itinerary Will
have him denart Panama at. C
a.m. -Sunday. He will arrive Rio
de Janeiro, Brazil, the same day,
fly to Ramey Air Korce uase,
Puerto Rico Feb. 6 and back to
Washineton Feb. P.
Two "firsts" wMI b completed
when the sleek KC-135 let tank tanker
er tanker flown bv LMv anH at To To-eumen.
eumen. To-eumen. Thii will be the first
time an Air Force vice chief of
staff has visited Panama and the
first time a KC135 iet tanker
has landed in Panama.
LeMay is no newcomer to tliis
country. He visited AUwk in
1940 as -co-pilot of the Xh-15, an.
exDerimental bomber whih con contributed
tributed contributed to the later develonmflTit
of heavv bombers such as thn B B-24
24 B-24 and, B-29 of World War II lame.
The,KC-135 is a military varsion
of the Boeing 707 Jetliner recently
put into scheduled airline service
It is powered with, four Pratt
and Whitney turbojet engines
which give the aircraft too
speed of over 600 ;mph and an
operating altitude in excess of
40.000 feet.
It is designed to refuel B 52 or
B-47 bombers which are currently
used by the Strategic Air Com
mand.
A change in configuration of the
KC-135 will allow it to carry
Deonle.i
ia
LeMay urged development oi jet
tankers to make his bombers more

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ffective during the time he com com-landed
landed com-landed the Strategic Air Com
nand.
As commander in chief of Stra
sic Ate Command he sat: an Air t
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lmost nine years, from Oetobcryvsn Indieated last weekend that

!948 to 1957, when lie became Air
'orce vice chief of staff. ;
Ground handling of the big jet
ilrcraft wi'I be accomplished by
'ransient alert crews from Ihe
"700th Materiel Squadron at Al Albrook
brook Albrook Air Force Base and person personnel
nel personnel of Pan American Airways.
Banner
(kes Up Tomorrow
In Zone Ceremony
Queens galore will be on hand
tomorrow afternoon when the Car Carnival
nival Carnival flag is raised on a staff in
the little park facing the Balboa
Service Center. The flag-raising is
scheduled for 4:30 p.m.
Those attending will include Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's National Queen Renee,
Queen Aida of El Panama Hilton,
and Queen Vilma of the Union
Club, toeether wi'h their court and
bands. With them will be memb members
ers members of the Panama Carnival junta.
rjhe Panama party will enter the
Canal Zone at the Justo Aroseme Aroseme-na
na Aroseme-na Legislative Palace and, with a
Canal Zone police escort of honor,
will proceed along Tivoli and 4th
of July Ave., through the Limits,
to the Balboa circle. :
They will be met bv Gev. W. E.
Potter and the Canal Zone's queen,
Carol I. Potter will introduce Ger Germinal
minal Germinal Sarasqueta, chairman of the
junta, and will invite Panama's
National queen to raise the official
canal zone Carnival flag.
Following the ceremonies at
juaiooa. tne official party win go
to tne iivou wnere a second Car
nival flag will be raised in the pa
tio.

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Dulles Wants No

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Of Russian Terms
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UPI) President Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower said today he favors talks with Russia if thev hold

promise of leading toward solution of differences.

Me told his news conference that any talks that deal
fruitfully with Soviet-American differences would be use
ful. , j
The President's statement came as Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles warned in testimony before the
House Foreign Affairs Committee that blind acceptance1
of Russia's terms "would merely make it probable that;
the Cold War would end in victory for international CotrK
munism.
"It would be reckless," said Dulles, "to be intimidat intimidated
ed intimidated or lured into measures which far from ending ,th
present danger would merely increase it."

Eisenhower told reporters the
United States wants broad, basic
agreements with the Russians on
ending East-West differen C e s
agreements that would serve as
the framework of more detailed
and technical pacts later.
That would be good, the Pres President
ident President said "that is the kind of
agreement we need.
. -Mis, remarks -cam whet- mm-
deputy iprem ler nta, u m hc
Russia might postpone, er with
New Atlas Firing
A( Cane Canaveral
Tests Hose Cone
CAPE CANAVERAL, Flo., Jan.
28 (UPI) A Atlas thundered
into the skies on a brilliantly -high
course last night but the comman commander
der commander of the test said today that it
was ""ot an attempt to go to the
moon."
Maj. Gen. Donald N. Yates, boss
of the missile testing center, toid
reDorters the firing of the 103-tcn
Atlas was "a perfectly routine
test."
It was apparently for testing
nose cone re-entry from high at attitude.
titude. attitude. Missile men awaited reports on
success of the test, the first since
an Atlas iearlier this month fizzled
and plunged into he ocean after
only 290 miles in flight.-
Last nipht's firing was' specta spectacular.
cular. spectacular. The glowing 80-foot hifjh
missile climbed gracefully from a
special extension of the ICBM
launching pad on blast-off. bathed
in the fluorescence of huge flood floodlights.
lights. floodlights. It bored thro'iuh two sepa separate
rate separate low-hanging could layers.
Then its flame-spurting rocket
engines were visible in the dusk
for a full six and a half minutes minutes-far
far minutes-far longer than even the Atlas
which boosted America's talking
satellite into orbit Dec. 18.
It curved off 'in a more easterly
direction than the course of any
other Atlas observed by veteran
hirdwatchers here.

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FIVE CENTO

Acceptance

draw completely, Its May Tt
deadline for turning East Berlin
over to the German Communists
if East-West talks were begun by -then.
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Meanwhile Eisenhower sent Con-
gress a broad 20-point legislativt
program designed to drivo nrbt.

eers out of labor and protect -flcials
8Mries from corTupt

0 speelef.' meiVi-etu".

vislons ln the Taft-Hartley Act to 1
Place tighter curbs on secondary
5?cyke.o;,n,.,nd hh"' $
He said enactment of the pro program
gram program would eliminate abuses dis disclosed
closed disclosed by the Senate Rackets com committee
mittee committee and "protect the public in in-terest
terest in-terest and insure the rights and
economic freedom of millions of
American workers."
Eisenhower said his program
would he "complete and effective"
and not a, "piecemeal" one. This
obviously was a criticism of th
bill introduced by Sen. John P.
Kennedy (D-Msss).
Republicsn Congressional lead leaders
ers leaders hav called the Kennedy mea measure
sure measure "half-hearted.
The President said his recom recommendations
mendations recommendations would end iir.ronr
practices "without imposing arrl arrl-trary
trary arrl-trary restrictions or punitive mes mes-syrcs
syrcs mes-syrcs on the legitimate activities -of
honest labor and management ';
officials."
The President pronosed that
Congress enae criminal penal penalties
ties penalties for such "wilful violations"
of the Act as "bribery tewt1

emoiover and empiove rewe ...
sentatives" and the "embe'e
ment of union funds."
The President recommended nub-
lie disclosure of union finances. 1
secret ballot election of uninn .of
ficers and other provisions whtli
would put union a"air in a "m'1 "m'1-fish
fish "m'1-fish howl" to protect bank-and-file
members.
Self-Emoloyeri May
Gel US Tax Relief
From Hew Conwss
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UPI)
Congressional ax writers soon
will begin a drive to give major
tax relief to self-employed persons,
it was disclosed today.
The drive will start so early in
the 86i h Confess that backers Jig?
ire the legislation has a good
chanc- of reaching the White
House this year. -v
The tax relief proposal which
would cost the Treasury an estj-
mated 365 million dollars in 'rer
venue is designed to help doc
tors, farmers, business propietors
and other self-emohv ed persons
build up retirement funds.
It would allow self-employed
persons to defer payment of taxes
Wtil age 65 to 10 per cent of their
earnings which they voluntarily
place in retirement funds. The mix mix-lmum
lmum mix-lmum amount on which tax; de deferment
ferment deferment would be granted would
be set at $2,500 a year. sf
Members said the bill would be,
ralld un for a vote within the
n-xt week or two in he House
Ways and Mans Committee, which
initials a'l tax legislation. It was
retarded as a foregone conclusion
that the legislation would be ap approved.
proved. approved. J .-v.

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NO NEWS LIKE OLD NEWS

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yrf uv. in irw what haDDens to the news between the time if

arrives in Panama and gets tired over CFN ..On the 11 p.. news newscast
cast newscast Sunday I heard a so-called news story that I had read in tnt
Saturday morning paper.
Is news so scarce that they have to, use stuff that s two days
old?
Also, these little humorous bits they add on the tail end, -Man,
thrJse are really mildewed.
' This is the first television station Ive ever seen that had time
to waste by reading wordy tripe for a 'half hour at a time. It seems
that the least they could do would be to read that Panorama stuff
thad of tim.nd eliminate all but the pertinent facts.
At the hoidays. at every opportunity they read Christmas greet greetings
ings greetings from everv admiral and general in tte military forces. Who
lixfpnori? It's a nrettv hie laueh that those brass boys sit at their

Pentagon desks and wish all us poor-paid peons a Merry Christmas will be living and working on the
nH "nrntrurnin" Mow Var Mnon. W discussed construction

.. Also. 1 wish CFN could edit the film a bit and cut off the part on the- JHoon especially because
which advises viewers not to miss tomorrow night's spectacular.. In- we both 'were briefing some 2500
stead, thev wait until the network man had his say, then" CFN members and delegates to the

announcer warns that it's not true here.
People keep telling me if I don't like the local TV shows I should
turn off my set. I do, but the neighbors play theirs so darned loud
I never miss a word.
Where do they sell ear plugs?
Ear Aeher

Labor News

And

Comments

By VICTOR RIISBL

MIAMI BEACH After a few

hours with Dr. Wernher Von
Braun, 46 year-old wizard of roc rocketry,
ketry, rocketry, I can report seriously and
sanely that world scientists ex expect
pect expect construction crews to be

pouring concrete and miuuing

roads on the Moon within

years.

Wnen you asa mis uirecior m

the Development Operations Divi Division
sion Division of the Army's Ballistic Mis

sile Agency who will get there

first, he smiles wanly and un

corks a Bob Hope gag:
"It will take us 30 hours to get
to the Moon and 24 hours to
clear Russian customs officials
there."
He believes the Russians could
put a man on the Moon this year.
But they couldn't get him back.
For Mikoyan' s blood brethren this
is no moral problem. To the
Russians, the means would justi justify
fy justify Jie space man's end. They
might just try it. Meanwhile our
U.S. Air Force Directorate of
Life Sciences is just beginning to
train a small band of men to fly
in space ships.
But whoever gets there first,
it is Dr. Von Brauo'i opinion that

within 15 years men, just a few,

PANAMA STUDENTS FEDERATION ;
Clr
Thinking Panamanian students must assert themselves in
defense of hemispheric solidarity. The danger is that the Communist-liners
of the Panama Students Federation will dominate
U actions and meetings of the Federation and attempt to
create bad feelings between the age-old friendship of Panama
ftnd the United States.
. The article on the front page of the Jan. 15 issue of the
Panama American referring to charges by the Federation that
the UJSA. "hurt" Panama's dignity charges concocted and
dreamed up by left-wingers is ridiculous to say the least. Pan Panama
ama Panama Is too great and friendly a nation to be "hurt" by any ac action
tion action taken by sister states within the confines of legal and diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic p -n within the framework of the Organization of A A-merican
merican A-merican 1 ates.
Haven't these demagogies heard of the United Nations
or doesn't the Communitv Dartv Dermit the thinking ni much

UcaL-thowhts that the United Nfrfctorrf-ls-'tfiS last vrtnf:hnnp

of mankind on earth for peace with representation ?sThe Geneva

voinerence on tne Rights of the Sea is designed to' explore all
fides of all questions pertaining to this sublect, and Panama
has nothinar to fear from an impartial airing of a problem which
eoncerns all nations.
.The declaration of the so-called "executive council" of the
Federation that "this new aggression by the Yankee against

one oi me weaKest nations be denounced ... ," isjso patently
communistic in terminolopv and .Inspiration that, ft. 4$ kmus'r.w
except that such nonsepa? is sometimes believed If it wie waled
loudlv and often enough. T
Al lsin.? caSe most democratic organizations, it seems
that the Federation has been infiltrated bv agents of the "Soviet
Union In the eulse of "left-wingers" and "liberals."- It Is almost
e'HPfnt Panamanian students who are lovers of
ireedom tr assert, th-mse'ves. organize, and trv to reealn con-
JZZ- ""'Vn wrv atndwt should attend earh M
5"tl0n1'r0IB'i,1,P,n,T,to th "cer and vociferous control
Of the ambers who follow tb- Communist partv conir01
Student.

'We Need a Few More Suitcases"

Sir:

F1TPTY BOTTLER

wil be. of Interest to those Canal Zone beer drinkers who
,r,?1TuMftde bottled beer t0 learn that there is now a
market for their empties at 20 cents per dozen, or 40 cents per cass
Today it was my pleasure to have a chance to practice my
Gringo pigeon-Spanish on the driver of a Rio Abajo bus which
was loading cartons of empty bottles in the Canal Zone. He stat stated
ed stated that these bottles were now hein? nirirn nn t ih

4but not service centers) in the Canal Zone. These clubs were
I 81" w Bt rid of their empties at 20 cents a dozen, he said, as
a new demand for the bottles has arifen locally, despite the les-
end "No deposit. No return. Not to be refilled!" -5
It is also possible that some club manaeers are not mnwr-

sant with this new market, and that it is their understudies who

are collecting the bottles and reaping the benefit.
I have asked the Lockport Glass Company of Lockport, N.Y.,
to quote me through the Mall Box on these bottles CIF Panama.
As- the local bottles enter duty free, like powdered milk from
California, it will be hard to compete with the 20 cents per dozen
price. ;
Mean'vhile I await the arrival from the lis nf a renresenta-

tive from the biggest brewery in. the. world, which is Interested
In breaking into this Isthmian market. 1
1 It will be recollected that a couple of years ago the Canal

had to discontinue the purchase of bottled soft drinks from an
outstanding local supplier because the product did not meet Ca Canal
nal Canal sanitary requirements.
William Worker.

Sir:

PORK CHOP PACKING

A note of appreciation to the Cerexal Commissary's meat de

! eartment:

' Pork chops, about which I have complained long and loud, are

new eing packaged one-deep.

j Even though they still have an inexcusable amount of fat on

them. I appreeiate the fact that I can sea exaetlv what I am pay
ittt for
Larded Shopper.

CHESS, ANYONE?

i

I would appreciate verv much the name snd address of anv

ciices ieaerauon in your area.
3R West mif'St
New York. i

Sir:

ANYBODY RFRF, FEN SADEYE

What in heaven's name haoped to Sadeve Sam? Has he mass

ed away, left the country, or did some bie Phot C.Z. exte VdisBOse"

5 e him? Not that I think old Sadeye was disposable, but I miss
? him, but badly.

I for one, issue a plea. Sadeye Sam come back: Where are

yuf ?r
La Cnaraeh,f.1;

40th session of the Associated

General Contractors of America

the men who literally build A

merica.

Men from our most highly skill

ed trades would be needed tor

this weird operation if we get

there first. Dr. Von Braun sees

it somewhat like an Arctic camp.
Th first, work would be the Dur

ing of concrete around the first
rocket to land with humans on
the Moon. A blockhouse would be

needed and a level platform for

the return blast-off. Men wouid

live in airtight quonset huts,
shaped like those used in the ice

floe camps from which we have

been studying the Arctic and An Antarctica.
tarctica. Antarctica. This sounds weird, but it is Dr.
Von Braun talking. You believe
it when he says that several such
sites would have to be linked to together
gether together with roads scraped on the
Moon's face. Suddenly you feel

that all our' technology, up to
what he calls the Second Year of
the Space Age, is stuff we can

use only for- crawling. Suddenly,
you see Soviet camps on Mars
and Venus when Dr. Von Braun
says that the Russians can put to

gether a cluster of the type ol

ockeW they:?used to put a man man-made
made man-made planet' aroun the sun. Bud

denly ft'ir all; very grim to realize

that the Russians have the know know-how,
how, know-how, which we don't. And that the

Russians have a fuel which, Dr
Von Braun says, we don't have

and of which we don't even know

You wonder why. Then you

hear Dr. Von Braun say that

there was the time at Cape Cana

veral when they had to rush into
the town of Coco Beach, Fla. to

buy "sewing tape, thread and
needles in order to get a missile

off the pad ... In those pioneer
days we resorted to all kinds of
expedients because money was
so tight. The entire operational

strength of the Air Force and Ar

my engaged in this program was

squeezed uncomfortaoiy into

single hangar." That was in the

early days at Canaveral.

Dr. Von Braun then talked of

the need to catch up before we
are surrounded by fleets of Soviet

stellites which could hit our ci

ties or control the weather over
our land. He warned that we

must tak' seriously the Russian
scientists' boast that they soon
would have "inter-planetary space

stations which could support

considerable number of personnel
over extended periods of time and

manned flights to Venus and
Mars."

To match Mikoyan's spatial mar

auders, the U.S. will need to re revamp
vamp revamp thousands of its factories.

Union men, such as the Steelwork

ers, will need to develop fabulous

skills to maite new kinds of steel

for such things as a special

type of outer-space parachute.
The Defense Dept., for exam

ple, has signed a contract for the

development of a m'lhon-and-a-

half-oound thrust engine. This is

the type ef gadget with which we
can get into the race, not for the

Moon but for the space beyond

the Sun.

We have developed (at Mercu

ry, Nev.) and tested a high-thrust
low weight nuclear engine. To use
this in controlled outer space

fliphts means the development of

new tyoes of metals steels espe especially.
cially. especially. One ah'P for the solar rout

es will need steel which can with

stand 2,500'deeree heat to shield
our men. At some point the same

metal of the spare ship will need
to stan' 4he strain on one side of

sufficient vsolar heat to boil water

wh'le on the other side of th

ship the temperature will be at

least 100 degrees below zero.

Yet the ship I write of here will

nave oaiy (a.uoo-pouna tnrust.

.t.

(mp
IjNfASarfiea, lae.

Infa auiiit

16. vvAMIIuulUN

iGoIttoufiD

if DREW PEARSON

Walter Wincheli In New York

Sir:

fl-AN-HOUR ON THE DOCKS?

The stevedores from the Cristobal docks continue flehtlne for

2 x-neir nsnts. Kcentiy iney aDpeaiea to ranama s Ministry or in in-i
i in-i eifn Relations, but apparently their situation remains the same
i I believe the panami Canal Company can remedy the situa

5 tlon easily. I believe that since the Federal Minimum Wage of
11 and hour was ruled applicable on -the Canal Zone shipping

4 agencies servintr shins docking here have' discontinued their own

i stevedorlne service and transferred-the 'responsibility to the Pan

3 ami Canal Company. Since the company does not have to pay
tha Federal Minimum Waee. the aencis profited by this transfer.

S But why does the Canal have to ptoylde such a service? The
shipping agents on the Zone should prOjflde it to their clients as
r a commercial service. The Panama CanaJ Company should limit
Its own stevedoring operations to Panama Line sbipg jind mlli,-
;3KhMJdori Vorking all theteh'feUirTit' ll-an-hour,
1 the current CrlsWbal doclu problemi would disappear.
L.. Rleardo Oca Peru.

iHE HtADLINtRS
la a way, Cecil B. DeMille'a life
was one uie greiies. a"utti-

ue prouuteu. ne was oae oi we

Luui iiiui.su a' pioiieers ana iue
ul its iiuguueBt tonj,ueiois.

luatuuucu wii.u dll uuc Udl'uifc llUt-

iiuta Ul a fcaiilLUfci' diiu uie iiiieS iiiieS-.ufc
.ufc iiiieS-.ufc SUUWulou. xub fceuius w-a tue
(.uucui Oi tue luviail, ieuiiuc BU--ceak
da d aUUWUldU Vidi lllUuvaieu
uy a oaaic idci. xie ouce poiuieu
oui: "iNO OeCldClB tdll U100.U d
1UU1 Sui,u. i,U duiuOiifc Ui Cdai

iu uor du iue uaecuon w

t,Uiiu. Oui One uiiiift

lu 5lw-

1':

onowmeo1; pke Cecil B. DeMille
are rre uiu-v. nc iua i" i"-idiik
idiik i"-idiik ucv'tr Udu a ki'eatei mdv
CldU,
Liie made a outer bargain with
amc ueue noiiiey. aue Wds tin tin-uraceu
uraceu tin-uraceu wim ueaut, uieui dim
luiutak iilfcu ki4)li.wiva iiu yedla
oi 'iijiariui'cdkj' ;-;Vcap4u' co,..pea co,..pea-eu
eu co,..pea-eu uer 10 seeic'iiie sdlace 01 psy psy-tiuairy.
tiuairy. psy-tiuairy. .me auai ic.uciv-, .-.
me VitiOiy over uev peisoiidi sor sorrow
row sorrow wds dU too uriei. me ouer
udy sae resaineu uie uieropy.
many 01 uer irieiios iiOfe thaL

ihn sujii wuicu enaoieu iier 10

emer,,i irom me jliiauows owore
Will aOUil lllae it pOaiUie iOl'

net 10 dgaui uiaei ,lue uaiueSa,

liouus me lemioidry. a sur is

Coaaialli.

(Nothing is more hypocritical

thau iittoi- Bausca accepung uie

Uienasnip ana nospittttty 01 uie uie-taior
taior uie-taior irujiuo anil men denounc denouncing
ing denouncing Cas.ro s reckiess' wring squaas

riHLK 111 I93t. a Keaaers uigest

article reDoriea tne loliowmg

snocKer: irujiiio proceeaea witn

coiO lnaumanily 10 liquiaaie ms

enemies. An estimate, authentic

ated by scores of irusiwortny wit witnesses
nesses witnesses ana Teports o." the Foreign
Fohcy Association, is that between
j.uuu anc 3,000 were slain."
The irony of History: castro is
now shaking nis list at the U.S.
Back m 1898, the armed list of
the U.S. liberated the people Of

Cuba by crushing the Spanish ty-

ranny. ?v-

Queen Elizaneth has discovered
that a crown ca be a burden.

The Queen and Prince Ph'P se

cured an injunction to stop a gos gossipy
sipy gossipy series about 'the royal pair
being published in a London pap paper.
er. paper. It was bylined by a former
superintendent of Windsor Castle.,
Several years ago, Prince Philip
sought to stop gossip about the ro royal
yal royal family by inserting a clause
in the employment contracts of
the royal staff which barred them
, m puolismng royal secrets. He
took the action following publica publication
tion publication of a book by the Prince's ex ex-valet
valet ex-valet who wrote that h,e owned on only
ly only one ui ''lorrors!) while he
dated Elizabeth.
A philosopher, once commented:
"You shouldn't repeat gossip

but what else can you do with
it?":
Helped has been spending
much time in tne homes of eagles,
His latest flying visit to overseas
bases was the subject for another
entertaining tv snow. .Hope has
spent so much time uoing the hitn-er-thither-and
yon circuit his
home lueis pracucany nonexist nonexistent,
ent, nonexistent, ob once quipped: "When I

get- home these aays, .mylmil-

thinks I ve been booked there on

a personal apperance ,toilaTv"; j j-Rod
Rod j-Rod Steiger, who is opening, this

week in "rtashompn", has a re;

markable sense of artistic integri
ty. He recently turhetf down a lOr
crative long term Hollywood con-
frn urltK tha avnl 'Via

Hollywo6d;di fcaveto ft)M.M

of economic seduritv ahd fanie.

If a person js ious attd wa'nts
to do seridus work, and 'then be?
comes frightened because of s

economic conditioning' and signs
away his "right to select whaVra
wants to do creatively, that'gVi
beginning of misery."
For dedicated actors, Sunshine
and swimming pools are hot as
Important as creative satisfaction
and applause.

'.ddnap case involving Mrs. Jean

lavarone. As we noted in our last

aewscast, the FBI has a remark remarkable
able remarkable record in solving kidnappings
Only two such cases remain un

solved. One concerns the snatch snatching
ing snatching of 10-year-old Charles Mattson
in 1936. The FBI has interrogated

over 20,000 suspects and the G-

men are. still working on it. The

John Edgar Hoovers never sur surrender.
render. surrender. Incidentally, Ihis shocking sta

tistie explains why law-enforcers

are Busy: A major crime is com committed
mitted committed in the U.S. every 14 sec seconds..
onds.. seconds.. j
Greasepaint is infectious, folks

A good case in point is Gwen Ver Ver-don,
don, Ver-don, who is coming to Broadway

soon in "Tne Kedhead.'Her great

grandfather was an actor.. Her

tie dajfagteVda was a professional

" 1 IW u

President Eisenhower's appear appearance
ance appearance before the National Press
Club the other day inspired a sti stimulating
mulating stimulating query-and-answer ses session
sion session as well as warming touches
of humor .Several years ago,
Eisenhower awarded Medals of
Merit to war correspondents at
the NPC. Following the awards,
he regretted his inability to ex express
press express more eloquent tributes to the
medal-winners. He adrod: "It re reminds
minds reminds ire of my brv-wd on a
Kansas farm. I once ? ked an old
farmer about a cow's pedigree,
its butterfat. production and how
manv nounrls of milk it produced

annually. The farmer shook' nis
head and said: 'I don't know. B"f
she's an honest old cow and she'll

give you all the milk sh ha'.;

Eisenhower then concluded with

a grin: "Well. I m lik" that cow.

I'll give you everthing I have.

Eleanor Roosevelt, who invented

energy, reveals the source of ner

energy in Harper s: "I was fortun

ate in learning self-discipline ear ear-ly.
ly. ear-ly. My grandmother who brought

me up from the time I was seven
said 'no' so often particularly
to anything I wanted to do for
pure pleasure that after a time
I stopped asking her if I might
do anything ou'side of the daily
routine. I learned to say I did not
want things that I knew in ad

vance would be forbidden. I can

not sav that I did this with com complete
plete complete cheerfullness, but in retros retrospect
pect retrospect I think it "was probably very
good for my character."
Nabhlng criminals in dun-dee-dumdum
style-i$ strictly fiction,
"""'n work 'detri. nds painstaking
effort aSidemonstrated io.vthe

dancer. Her motherwas a vaude

billian and her father was a stage
electrician on the MGM lot. Miss

Verdon did a buck-and-wing on the
state when she was 4-years-young

. .Similarly, there is 'Helen

Hayes' son, -Janrs MacAfthur,

who will make his Broadway de

but this season in "Far Away the

Tram Birds Cry." Miss Hayes re.

cently explained how her son be

came an actor: "By osmosis.

never taught him. But around the

house we always had the profes
sional approach to the theatre

We, worked hard. And James must

have assimilated that. He works

hard at things and takes acting

seriously."

Qtrmmir nvi r iirlln turtle l

a wonhv emoting chore m tne

"Anna Lueasta" movie, has given

a. mag interviewer a lengthy den

nition of the difference between

reporter's definition is more suc succinct:
cinct: succinct: The difference between a

square and a hipster" Is nif-

WASHINGTON Ana stal Mikoy Mikoy-an
an Mikoy-an enjoyed chewing on Senate
questions more than on Senate
streak the othe. day during his
W-minute nir-cheon with the For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations commiltee. He ate
sparingly, savored the discussion

insieaa.

His views, tan Berua leaked out
afterwards to reporters ; who throng

ed outsidfthe committee's clos

ed doors. What went unreported,

however, was the give-and-take of
the question period.
Ever-imiling iiikoyaiu'jokeC a a-bout
bout a-bout the threat to his security,

caught Minnesota's Sen. Hubert
Humphrey in an error and won

an argument wiut Louisiana's Sen.
Russell Long. 11? -iu-. tK
Here are the lagSllghte; jS
Sen. Alex Wiley, Wisconsin Re

publican, tried to pin Mikoyan

down on the purpose of his visit,
"What do you expect to accom
pUsh?" asked Wiley.

"If I get out f your country in

perfect health, I think it will be
a great accomplishment," replied
Mikoyan mischievously, referring
to the egg attacks upon him by

Hungarian refugees.

He demonstrated-THs- skill at

filibustering when Arkansas Sens,

0111 Fuibnght, a defender of the
filibuster, -ried to cross-exsmine

him about BerJin. For 20 minutes,

MiKoyan expounded the Soviet

position v.ithou; really saying a
ny thing new. i

HE CORRECTS HUMPHREY

Ha argued that all occupation

troops could be withdrawn -from

Berlin without jeopardizing its

freedom.

"Your troops won't be very, fat

away, uur troops won t be ever

far away. Why not make wm
opei cityf' he shrugged.

He woum, up with an anneal

for a "little agreement" as the

fiirst step-Howard mutual confid

ence.

"Everybody is afraid of everv

body," declared amiable Anastas,

You don't trust us. We don't

trusts you. Why don't we make

just a little agreement as a be

ginning?"

He also corrected Humphrey

who usuai does his homework

with 100 percent accuracy, on
detail of the Rapacki plan for
demilitarized zone-in Europe.

iiumpnrey understood it caned

for denuclearizing the area'SoO

mues on eacn side of tne iron

Curtain. Mikoyan explained that

tne denuclearized zone woum ex

tend only 180 miles each wy but

that the iiroops would pull back
500 miles. He was right. S-
Later Long dramatically ifaulled
out a letter from a tonsBtuent
who couldn't get her son put of
Rumania. He asked Mikoyan to
intercede. I I
"I couldn't very well do that,"
protested the Kremlin's No. 2
man innocently. "Rumania has a
minister in the United States."
"Oh no," disagreed Long. ..
"If you conu to our reception,"
Mikoyan offered sweetly, "you
can meet him. I am sure he will
be there." :
(Rumanian minister Selviu Bru Bru-can
can Bru-can has bten attached to the U U-nited
nited U-nited States since April 10, 19561.
-Long also complained that he
had been barred from visiting
private homes during his visit to
Russia.
Mikoyan assured him there
were no government restrictions,
suggested his guide may have
been embarrassed over the poor
housing conditions.-

koy an, eying the genial counte.
ance of toe cherubic aenator irom

inoiana.,-"Th Russian people
Will DC Elad tn fairs vnn intn thair

homes." ,

Capehart

formation about Soviet housing

. it " nenua on bous bousing,
ing, bousing, conitssed the deputy prapK
ier. "It wUl take lis lJ yeri
catch up with your eountry.,,
! tart,

''Then you 'should start export-1
ing food' suggested Sen.rWayne

morse, Oregon Democrat.

"W already export a certain a-

mount; claimed-Mikoyan.

"Without sacrificing i the neeeds

of your people?" ,asked Morse.

?OD EXPORT
The Russian said hit neonl

have enough food to fill their own
needs, and ship a small surplus
to neighboring countries.

tne most hostile Question waa

asked by Ohio's Democratic Sen.
Frank Lausche. wbn demand In

know why "'lussia' hadn't return

ed W airmen stiH, missing from a
plane' that crashed lft Soviet Ar

menia,; 'S

Mikoyan Ssked to hav tha auex

Uon re-stated. Then She denied

that the Russians found any? more
than the i bea Wch: were
renmied.1''

We found nn llv. AmHnc

he saidi'H we had they would
have been returned. $

Then he added slviv: c"Thi

kind of misunderstandinar

be; avoided;-li American Planes

stayed out 'ofr Russia or aavs ua

miw they are coming. We knew
iwthlngvabout this plane until we
lound the wrecks ge.1 vv

tne soviet leader alo made a
strong appeal for better economic
relations between the two coun-

tries. s

"I try to find out why we can't
do that. They say it is the Cold
War that stops them. I say if the
Cold War stops them, it has to be
your Cold War. We don't stop
them."
The senators, among them the
Senate's most skilled debaters,
went away from the luncheon feeJ
ing they had met, their match.

.-i.' I'l-J- T "itf

ference between Tennessee

liams and Tennessee Erie.

Wil-

Imagine the metals needed for a
million-and-a-half-pound thrust
After a while there will be few

workmen in the factories of our
land who will not ftel the Space

Age breathe heavily down their

necks and assembly lines. And we

had better learn fait, If we don't,

then as Dr. Von Braun sees It:
"If we do not match the .imbi
tious Communist program to vi

I all IVi Iffnnn ftnrl tha nlanata urn

may, in the not too distant future,
be surrounded by several planets

flying the Hammer and Sickle

flag.

Kishi Reiecls

For 'Meiilplifin'
TOKYO, Jan; 28 (UPI) Prem
ier Nobusuke Kishi rejee'ed So Socialist
cialist Socialist demands for "neutralism"

tndav. hut declared at the same

time that Japan s'ill hopes to do

business with the Communists as

well as the West.
Kishi told the nation's reopen

ed parliament that his adminis administration
tration administration "will collaborate closely
wjth, the free, democratic coun coun-trien
trien coun-trien which share our aims and
keen "faith with international so society."
ciety." society."
; He said current efforts to a a-jnend
jnend a-jnend the seven-year-old US. -Japanese
security, treaty are de designed
signed designed only to Vinp about "ra "rational
tional "rational adjustment.. .to clarify the
duties and responsibiHties of the
fwo countries as equal partners."
. The Socialists have been de demanding
manding demanding complete repudiation of
the securi'v treaty and the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of U.S. forces from Japan.
I Kishi expressed regret over
fast year's suspension of trade
between Japan and Red China,
Saying It wat "most unfortunate
for both countries)" "-v-' '
' i 'sf- v"
"It Is our home that trade be between:
tween: between: us will be resumed,, with-,
out being needlessly in'luero'ed by
past circumstances, ani with i a
mutual understanding for each
other's political position, he said,

ASH AM 5 D OF, HOUSING t
"We haven't reached the devel

opment you have reached in this

country," he admitted, niBhimgat
a boiled tomato stuffed with peas.

"We are a proud people the same

as you. You aren't porud of your

slum conditions. We arenoj

proud of our housing conditions;

. "I was in Russia a couple years
ago." interposed Sen. Homer

Capehar Indiana Republican 1
cot into a lot of homes."

"I would think so," nodded Mi-

Soon after the Mormons Set Settled
tled Settled in Utah, a host of grass grass-honcers
honcers grass-honcers suddenly appeared,

settling on thair newly planted

crops and threatening to oe-

stroy them. Just as the farm

ers had given up hope of sav savin
in savin anything, a flock of sea

gulls appeared and at all tht
grasshoppers. The Mormons
jiaye set up a fall column,
topped with the statue of a
gull, as a memorial."
Snylea4la JWtannloa

Arognd the World

Answer to Previous Puzzle

ACROSS 5 Hoax (slang)
i ik .fi Fragrant
1 on int. ii-
River Kwal T 1 lMrw'"
7 Italian city, P' V
site of orand-'VMomptlier
Canal iV ff Night bfore
JJClost anew Fleet of ships
14 Eluded SK JO Roman data
15 Affirm M i
HCifyon iXJCerman river
MassachusMU5 1 Wine cup
hav 21 Infirm
1 17 Tinted- ' -22 Sewing )'.

IB Mayan Indian 23 Everglades

of Guatemala

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bargains

20 River in

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Apoitles
23 Position (Fr.)
27 Color
32 Forigner
33 Ont who
' pesters
34 Fasten afresh
Jfl River in
Europe
37 M.oscow
landmark
ti Tttlary gods
(Rbman)
40En away
42 Swindle
s (lllng)
49 Ftmale iheep
47 Mle deer
51 Antenna
S3 British
S3 Suflwlst
S8 Rlngtr
57 Beds (geol.)
58 River

1 Nail
2 Trust

3 Irtland it tht

"Emerald
4 legal
4cumtnt

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24 Alder (dial.)

29 Eskers
30Grahular
- snow
31 Ages
35 Lichen

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function forever

26 Group jt 41 Percolate
players- slowly
28 Name clainWi 42 Craze ...
by Naomi '43 List of
(Bib.) ; : catubdatti;:'

44 Old name of
France's River
Saone-
45 Site of tht -Leaning
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Tower v-Tower 47 Bdt
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clay
49 Range
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PAINTING BY OUTSTANDING ISTHMIAN ARTIST
TO pE AWARDED AS PRIZE AT PENNY SOCIAL
'The Caribbean College Club has announced that Mrs. Vern
Prler, an outstanding Canal Zone artist, has donated one of her
oridnal water colors for the club's Penny Social,;
pr vi. VAiii -w 1 ,.i ..m .hieh nrovides entertainment

r"1.' r: n ;. r..dS for scholarships

wiHVhave an '-optenhsta&iUbn

meeting Wednesday February .- i A"w-W-'f;t.
lempie. v' ,V Mmini'h the? doofstef,

beautiful "New )5- Vork-lictresii

named Qaifc F4shs? 'eeuig
her emote in a sovernment film
uiA Th rcw Girl." The ; Dio-

tin wi tmreeled tor aVtrwHMjC

movie -exeetttiyes to demonstrate-

the effectiveness '0t 3thtr'( foyera
ment's flicker pgra:nWMd

corps accreaiteo to ranama aW;-ffil,;

tneir wives emercainea last, tb ve mmjv jjivi j i.kia

focusv Ane .yraeran uess"f, "ci

will be held this

.t Atlantic Side

r.:cuk.i Hiiri. 'vihiwil seniors.

&T.Mh, Hotei Washington. Activities

will.start at 6:30 pv ..... '. fcain ores-

weir-Known m iuii mwaio .,,,,;"-.- ----

tne iMiinius.
the Social is a ban-

exhibit, of her work on both sides of the Isthtnu

4 .1 whirh will he awarded at

quet-siied linen tablecloth

With

Admiral and Mrs. Wales
To Entertain At Dinner
Admiral George Wales, Com
.-j.. f ho iriftppnth Nava

ni.triM anH Mrs. Wa es will en- Social

tertain this evening at a dinner
party in their quarters in honor
of prig. Gen. James A. Couttf,
Chief of Staff. Caribbean Com
tnand, and Mrs.- Coutts.
Fourteen euests are expected.

Mrs. Coutts and their children;

arrived on the Isthmus recently
irom Puerto Rico, where the Gen

eral previously assigned. The
lumily is residing at Quarry
Heights.

Events Combined

Golf Tourney Hero

Marguerite Ehselke will be. n a

Ulieti as woru," adviaoff succeed-

.ng Bonnie Hanking; Refreshmets

will be served alter the install
lion ceremony. '".'

Social Events Honor -Amb,
and Mrs. Fuentel

liiemoeis fit th. ,Iplomatic

Several gttla .oceas.oiki

been planned al ttfe PaBarn-.

Club m core(oLwit&i the an annual
nual annual Panaina JSr"' toifrnament.
At six this evening, a cocktail
pany will otgir. a. ihe Clcb by
the House ol Seagrams.
The Panama Rotary Club host hosted
ed hosted a luncheon today for visiting
professionals golfers.
Highlight of the tournament so social
cial social events will be the presenta presentation
tion presentation of awards tq.arrvateurs and
prizes to professionals Sunday eve evening.
ning. evening. This even, also will be spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the House of Seagrams.

their wives entertained last, "a ve

ning at the Un.on Club at a re

cepijon honoring Mexican Ambas

sador and Mrs. Rafael fueutes,
wna,-will leave, the' Isthmus this

weekend for Ms new, assignment

Another social eent ; Jionoring
Ambassador ahrf JVlrs.. Fucnes

b,a v.eiwasa dinner party "givea last eve-

uun-ninfl Dv ur. ei.x rouen. Ananas'

sador from Uruguay, and Mrs,
Polled at the Embassy residence

Cristobal Rainbow Girls
Plan Open installation
Cristobal Rainbow for

Girls

Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalez,
Entertain At Party' ::,
Mr. and Mrs. Eusebifo A. Gon

zalez entertained last evening at

a cocktail party at their home in

fci Cangrejo.
The small group of friends at
tending the party were entertain

ed by the showing of slides of pic

tures taken during a world, tour.

of TiuiWs

CARD

"Mr. and Mrs. Arnado de la Pefia, Mm. Emellna Molinncx and hnr jrand jrand-wms.
wms. jrand-wms. Mr. and Mrs. Saltta, Mr. and Mrs. GosJ, Mr. and Mrs. MillM, Mr.
and Mrs. Mangaa and Ellen and Vloleta Hcrbst. Wish to extend their
incnte appreelatton lor the many expressions of sympathy after the death
of tjjelr beloved Mother-and Grandknother. ;
.f Pahama, January 28, 1959

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Colombia Church Women
Ho re For Convention

A group of Episcopal church

women from Colombia is expect

ed here to attend the annual con convention.
vention. convention. They are Mrs. Frank B.
Russell of Barrancabermeja, Mrs.
Larry Miles of Cartag&a; Mrs.

Henry J. Cluver, Mrs, Maiiin

Carpenter and Mrs. Herbert

Schlubach..

Attending from western Paa Paa-ma
ma Paa-ma will be Mrs:; Mary Hoekenga

ot Puerto Armuelles,- Mrs. Allan

Stuhl of Almirante and Mrs. Leo Leonora
nora Leonora Taylor of Changuinola.
Among clergymen who will trav travel
el travel here for the convention are
Rev. Samuel Walden of Bogota,
Rev. Harry ,1. Cluver of Cali, Rev.
Nolan G. Akers of Barranquilla,
Rev. Alan Taylor of Medellin, Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, Rev. Allen Stuhl of Almi Almirante
rante Almirante and Rev. Herbert L. Moore
of Changuinola, Bocas del Toro.
(Continued on Page 6)

Meeting
Cooperative Dragonos
The Cooperative Dragones, the
Colon Chinese Colony's Credit U U-nion,
nion, U-nion, will meet in general assemb

ly 'Thursday evening at T at the

Miraculous Medal Parish Hall.
. M

important matters concerning

roe organization will be discuss discussed,
ed, discussed, and the Cooperative Drago Dragones
nes Dragones savings banks will be distri distributed
buted distributed to members.
Young Darian Visitors
Address History Society

Miss Martha K. Miller, Miss
Marjorie J. Miller and Miss Clau Claudia
dia Claudia Doyle will be guest speakers
at this evening'? meeting of the

Panama Natural History Society

at 8 p.m. at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service. Center iq. Balboa,.

ine gins were witn a group
who iou"-m.'yed into the Darien

Gap region over the Thanksgiving
L-iTj mL ,ti it

nonuays. int, win reu tneir sto story,
ry, story, using slide: for illustration.

Members are urged to attend

and bring guests. Military per personnel
sonnel personnel and their families are in
vited.

BROADWAY.

...tiWAa-s...'S--

and Dorothy Dandridge," and pre-'
hricVrt future for Bet: t

tkn.itfVi haT nniv nravtoui -acuns.

UHJUNll I ,. -f.

experience was la1 the floprlPiy "mi8jtsrken.l; pajt-f oer,

5-jwuette;. tireco nas oeen quite

ill.' Londoners were curious when

oor.oa Tiia -i mm man i j,ohuto-

it's 'antvtn pet 'more than; the

usual amOlHK OI yuimtnj

to its star, Micnaei Kemne. nc a
on the brink of invplvehieht in a

page one story.
1 This should be fun for onlookers

Lin the, Sardi Set? Two?uneopnec

e Broadway proaucers.
ing on musical comedies based on
the life of Fiorello .LaGuardia- and
his color-packed reign as mayor
of New York. The twin projects
may wind up in a race to get the
If ntn CfoTYl v.

Tk manaoampnt Of the ROUnfl-.

table has decided inxieaana

is the answer, for mat rag
room. The Dukes of Dixieland
proved so much more of a draw
than the progressive groups,
they'll be followed by BoKScobey
and his Frisco Band (Bin? Crosby
favorites), then Turk Murphy
combo and after that thHaig
over Sextet led by Muggsy Soamer
and Earl"Fatha" Hines... James
Jones' novel, "Some Came Run Run-ning"
ning" Run-ning" hit the Broadway bargain
kAAVetoru t less than half the

uuvnavuuu - .,
originai:pric6 just as ?qs herald

ing the film version oi me ooun.
appeared in New York newspapers.
Recent stamps on postcards
mailed in Monaco have been been
cancelled with the words "Salon
Des Oiseaux." Quiz question: does
that mean "Birdland"? Liz Renay,

back before the grand jury to tes testify
tify testify about Mickey Cohen's financial
affalra eomolains she lost a movie

job because they kept her ortithe
witness stand so long. Her bitter

comments on the probers rangea
from "They're a bunch of old

meanies" to "It was an inquisi

tion." .

The latest topic In local cafe

society is the funny-to-everyone-but-her
story of how Mrs. Natha

niel Ruvell (once well, known as
actress Marion fierce) ; lost, her

new fur coat en auenaea ope

tail party giveri In honor of Aflrrwfth- W TeatinTg Capacity

Holloway and uenny siater, ana
when it was time to leave discover

ed her wrap had been "taken by

mistake" by another guest wno

Museum Society
Sponsors Lectures
On Snakes. Shrimp

.hMJum.MriiffK jaanon'a mysu-

;fation over ithe mistake"" i -ia

faUter-jr. io- nrtaerstandt hetj;
Itvfqi-iijiUuinihaaa.'' brown
sealgreatcoatand, the; garment

lejlbyv tbtt jguest t who v made the
eiror :Was. : a ygjit-fUting : blact

cloth coat obviously tailored for a

lady several inches shorter than

the statuesque Mrs. Ruvell.
"Shake by the experience. Mi

rien repaired' to the Stork Club tor

reorfJve,,Sf wearing her hu
.M'A'ctpDf;f9reiP-4by the dift
pafthefjj acoTung lojte io her

host : and hostess charging them
with taking the incident too light-
1' aV.a. lit

angi. -. .everyone tn inai sei ;a

eulatinx on the identity of the

she didn't show up at Darryt

zanuck'fr f 'side for the opening

thereioflf'JRoots' of Beaven," but

oe exniaineai-TBai sne naa remain-
- j t t- k Y. I : i.i-

a eere'casrafyllg1tiii. With With-tW'Int'flDiaiaV
tW'Int'flDiaiaV With-tW'Int'flDiaiaV S&to to writif
abouf. Teonrters turned their ftt

tentlon to Zanuck's jewelry-r-chlef-

ly to a giant black nearl worn at

a shirt stud. T only wear it on
very snecial occasions," he told
them, "tt wa? given (to me by i
ereat act orv! AI Jolson"'... Stick

witifc Bob; Hop on TV ttU month
and tefr the worlds-one- program
featured North Africa. Soain, Ger

many and Iceland. NBC is reviyf
ine his Russian video show of last

vr imrl thfl T.at Shrrar ha new-

cillef in xRoao to Morocco."

" Washington insiders expect Fidel

Castro to be mviten to visit tne

White ""House, on the

diplomats working on the old
theory that if we don't make birri

love us, he may be wooed by the
Russians, Spme of the intern'atfnM

experts are terribly afraid U.S.
press reaction to the Csslro ex executions
ecutions executions may have irked him to
such an extent that onlv hish-level

buttering up coujd repair the
damage.

In Greenwich Village you csn

buy dignified book jackets to fit
over the trashy literature you're
actually reading to imnress your

fellow;, subway riders, or confuse

them, one sag cover bears the
title "I Wrote Shakespeare's

Plavs," by Francis Bacon... Les
Ballets' Africains, due for a 10-

week tour of the U.S., are having

a hard time finding a Broadway
theatre large enough for their
Brodaway run of a fortnight's
length, so impresario Luben Vi-

kher 'may have: te irhow the torrid

troupe in an pn-oroaoway nouse

The Girl Scouts have chosen

William B. Williams their favorite
disc jockey and it's such a lo logical
gical logical selection. He'd heln Ava
Gardner across the street any
time... Department of No Further
Comment: A, Latin eronn in Flo Florida,
rida, Florida, the Jnie CnveS "Trio, have
recorded "The Chicken Gizzard
Cha-Cha-Cha."

Vincentinn I isf
Chqritv Raffle
Prizewinners

GENERAL DIES
SYDNEY (UPD- Major Gen.
Arthur Samuel Allen,. 64, former
: cting commander w the Austra Australian
lian Australian forces in the Middle. East dur during
ing during WorH War !, died .i the hos hospital
pital hospital here yesterday. Allen also
led the 7th Australian Division
irt defense of Port Moresby in
New Guinea.

JiL

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The latest innovation of GIL MAJJRfe and the American Hotels Corp. at the

Hotel Washington is a package vacation, week end -for jyotir entire familyr-Cowe

rtjoy cooling relaxation, our xcellerlt'fppct and the recently opened 5alt water
Swimming-ool at very reasonattfe rawk,' One of the many plans available which

include room and all meals.

VACATION
WEEKEND
fOR RESERVATIONS:

( froni Saturday after lunlch thru 6 :0tJ p.m. Sundasy
SINGLE '.$11,000
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Each child under 16 years of age
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SPECIAL HOTEL WASHINGTON
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Night

" A series of IMofma! ltfcttlres on
natural history themes Is planned
tor the next three meetings of the
Society of the National Museum
nf Pnnn.iia

At 8 p.m. on the first Mondays

of February, March and April, aa

mornies in uicu new c;iiirlty drive a

fuss tome m lnierest- .w uysc

who wish to know more about the
wild life of Panama,, and howjo
etijoy it.
The talks will be free to mem members
bers members of the society and will be
presented so that both Spanish Spanish-speakinj
speakinj Spanish-speakinj and English-speaking au audiences
diences audiences will understand them.
The series, aa announced by
Mrs. Marianne Burkenroad, chair chair-un
un chair-un of the society's program
committee, will open Monday eve evening
ning evening Feb. 2, with a talk on
"Snakes of Panama" by Dr. Ale-iand'-o
Mendez P., director of the

Rev. James Munphy, C. M., of
St. Mary's Mission, Balboa, has
thanked those who helped make
the Vincenti&n Fa'tiers' recent

success.

. The winners of the charity raf

fle, -sponsored by. SL Mary's and

the Holy Family Pans, Margan

ta, were determined according to

the Panama National Lottery

drawing of last Sunday.

The first prize a 1959 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet Bel-Air sedan, was won on

ticket 3426, purchased by Capt.

Renato Valenzuela of A 1 brook

AFB

The second prizfc a 1959 Opel

jaiKl-o Menoez r airecior u sedan, was won on ticket 2473,
museum an l.wofessor oology purchased by I)uls j Fatto.osl
atth V'W AP,n!.a' o" of France Field.

will be Illustrated by specimens

from'lhe fnuseum'a collection and
slides.
Monday evening, March 2, Dr.
Graham B. Fairchild, deputy di director
rector director of Gorgas Memorial Lab Laboratory
oratory Laboratory and chairman of the so society's
ciety's society's natural history committee
chairman, wl' speak on "Butter "Butterflies
flies "Butterflies of Panama," of which he has
made a study and collection.
Juan Obarrio, recording secreta-rr-of
th-eeiey- win t?ek-ft A.
Kil 6 on "Shrimp," telling of re-
earch in Panamanian waters and
showing specimens of different
varieties.
Meetings will be held, at the
Museum, Avenida Cuba and Ja Ja-lle
lle Ja-lle 30.

REVITALIZE
your GLANDS
if you fMl old uefor your tlmt or
ufftr from nerve, bmln or phylcl
VMkniu, you irill And hkpplnua and
tiMilth In nw Amrlcan Laboratory
nathod which rastorM youthful vitour
and vitality. It Is a almpla home treat treatment
ment treatment In tablet form prepared by aa
American Laboratory and li very easy
to take. It acts directly on your
glands, aarvas and vital oi-gain. and
work so wall you can and feal
tw bodily power and vlRttur In
short time. Because of Its natural ac action
tion action aa glands and nerves your brain
power arid memory eften Improve
notably. . v
This hew gland and vigour restorer
called Vl-Tabi has been tested aud
proved In the United States and Is
now available at all drugstores here.
Oet Vl-Tabsableta from your drug druggist
gist druggist today, put them to test and see
the big Improvement Take the full
bottle, which lasts eight days. It will
make you full of vigour, energy and
vitality, and you will feel years
younger. The large else which lasts M
(ays Is very economic!.

The third prize a hi-fidelity let,

console model, was won on ticket

4674, purchased by Nancy Mc Mc-K.ay
K.ay Mc-K.ay of Curundu.

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sponse response Is :09d upticate bidding

You juit donTi want to pass" a one

piQ. w nuuojr:guii a -you possiuiy
'ean,:'avwOUt '-;:.
gamaJev Hawel;i nekt bid
tl-JWK. raised
hte'riM U Mar-clcfc.f nd hoped

,with'.r waht'iiedJirpuha bis legs.
Emma Jeart went fo four hearts
Ind' otejeui'tnot'oded.
Wtwnik fwe ioibentoc,':cub lead

in dummy aod led! the four of
hearts. Est played the trey and
John the eight. A second heart
to dummy's king, forced out
East'i.tace.anA asSied the six

ofispdes;::.x;v." ''

Three nind of v spades eave

East and West two more tricKs
and. forced J h.i to use up dum dummy's
my's dummy's ten of hearts.

This left him a choice of plays.

He could come to Wjk hand with
the iack .oi- diamonrli! ihd trv to

advice Offdrop trHmps,;heould play

tor coup v-agaiBst; ysaat. ine
covp seemed indieited so John
ivok a second club and ,ran off
the"dkmondagf.:.:;i;,;'

He discarded one club on the

third diamond and when he led
the four h diamond, East could

ruff o- not. He actually chose
to discard a club so John did
likewise.

Now John led a third club.

East ruffed with the six and John
overruffed and made the last
trick with his queen of trumps.

Q The bidding has been.
West North East goal!
le Double 1
You, South, hold
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A Bid am tpade. Tea hv1
a good foar-eard spade gait and
seven points.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner raise your one one-tpade
tpade one-tpade bid to three. What do you
do now'
Answer Tomorrew

Arabs Put Lay Dean
ALHMiOl Jesuil
Schools In Cairo

CAIRO, Jnn. 28 (UPD The TJ TJ-nited
nited TJ-nited Arab Republic yesterday ap-j
rointeri pn official Of the Educa

tion Ministry as temporary lay

fean of ,three Jesuit operated
schools in. Cairo taken over by the
ovettiment.
Ahmed Fahmy Naguib replaced
the Rev. Victor Pruvot. adminis

trator of the schools operated by

the Jeisuit orr r Nagu'b is direc director
tor director of the Institute of French lan lan-ffuage
ffuage lan-ffuage teachers in the Education
Ministry.
Ahmed Abdel Hamid Annara.

UAR supervisor of foreign educa

tion, said authorities were consid considering
ering considering expelling Father Pruvot for
being responsib'e for the "objec "objectionable"
tionable" "objectionable" textbooks used In the
irools.
The government announced the
ch-wls wevt taken over because
their textbooks contained Israeli

propaganda and "historical errors."

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NEWS

"Sceuttapides f 1959"
Scheduled March v

"Scoutcapades of 1959",, the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Boy Scout extravaganza
of the year, will he held March 7
at the Balboa s.adlum.
The date was announced jointly
taday by W. d. Potter ana Lt.
General Ridgely : Gartner (honor (honorary
ary (honorary co-chairman of'the event.',
Planning details" tori ticoutcap-

ades have beeu. underway livi

more ihan six months. The pro program,
gram, program, which will start at 7:15 p.m.
nas been divided into three parts
or sections.
Section One "'.will feature a
chronological history, in rageaat
iorm, oi Flags and Scouting. Don
Musselman, well-known wnter-di-recior
who teaches, in the Zone
school system, will head this sec section.
tion. section. section Two will feature a re review
view review parade oi all Cubs, Scouts,
Expioiers"1 ana Leauers as well us

novelty groups and tloats.; It Willi American Legiou Post I.

oe unuci. uie uiiecaon of Cap., no

bert S. McClenaghan.
Secaon imec will te hundreds

o. ooys actually aemonstraung

their scouting knowieage. It will
present lor public display exhibits

of Scouting sKUls, crut.s and re requirements
quirements requirements and will be under the
direction of Jonu Gougn.

Veteran Scoutec William B. Mal-

ioey will serve as overall head-
the technical staff.

Madden Lake Camp

Will Replace Veican .... ...
A full weeKtna oi oulldozine ha

virtually completed the roaa net

work tor ihe big new year-round
Boy Scout camp being ouilt on

the thores of Madden Lake.

The completion oi tne .irsi phase

of tne roiu project was announc announced
ed announced today by Joun Hollen, chair

man oi ihe canal, cone Boy .scout I

Council's Camping Commit.ee.

of adventure and vtne$ ibility tl
learn through .experience.
Rogers said he was so impres impressed
sed impressed with the camp's potential that
i'. was conceivable ths. boys from
the States would want to camp at
4t as part of theli- Scouting exper experience.
ience. experience. v, ,
U4tita AvnlftinAjl itliA.' otstAM4

development plans -jtojRogers and

tne visitors, wno inciudea a nu n n-ber
ber n-ber of members of the Scout coun-cif-and
Scout leaders.
They saw the camp in actual usi.
Members ox tr op SiO had already
cleared their, own site and se; up
an overnigat camp when Rogers
arrived Saturday; ...morning. The
troob, under the Sponsorship of the
St. Um's Mission m Balboa, was
led by Scoutmaster Dick Cox.
The campside luncheon of hot
dogs and nean: was served by Ex Explorer
plorer Explorer Post 9 under the leadership
of Explorer Adviser Wesley Town Town-send.
send. Town-send. This post is sponsored by

As 'development" lans nroareaa

there will be many calls for vo volunteers
lunteers volunteers to handle other parts of
the camp's building. Key projects
still to be accomplished include in installing
stalling installing a water sys em and de developing
veloping developing the waterfront, which
will include dock and swimming"
crib installations.
Among the. prime reasons for
abandoning :fhe Volvan camp it
favor of the nev location Is thaf
it effort an opportunity for dA
vtleping a superior aquatic pro pro-.grant
.grant pro-.grant and that it h c later to the
soureet of supply, transporta transportation
tion transportation and hotpiielt.
Its closeness' also assures that t
will be used by more boys that
was possible at the distant Vol Vol-can
can Vol-can site.

The bulldozing work was done

by volunteer operators who in-

ciudea uob Harrington, Kay Cald Caldwell,
well, Caldwell, E. P. Scott and Q. R. Cooper.
Also at the camio lasn Saturday

and Sunday helping -with general
development plans were Frank
Lerchen, maintenance engineer
for the Panama Canal Company

and Alton White, head of the com-

inu; o a. buS o- j.w.. . Lfie

hand to observe the work, includ

ing Frank A. Rogers, a director ot

engineering service of the Natio National
nal National Boy Scout Council.

Rogers flew to the Zone to help

advise on plans for developing

the new camp, one of the biggest
projects ir. a iiumber of years by
the local council. The camp will

replace-that which has been oper--

ited at the voican.
Rogers trged th. visitors, dur during
ing during a lengthy field luncheon dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, not to install too many
conveniences for the Scoutt. He
said scouting meant adventure
and new experiences for boys.
Noting that about a dozen camp
sites were being developed, he
said he hoped that any improve improvements
ments improvements made at a camp site by -camiping
troup would be destroy destroyed
ed destroyed immediately .jipon. the d.epar-
ture of tne campers J ; 'v.."-,...
He said this "would' ensure "thaf
the following camper would not
have built-in conveniences which
would take away from their sense

Laymen's Dinner

To Be Held Friday
At Cathedral

A special dinner for key laymen

of the Episcopal Church will be
held in Bishop Morn's Hall on Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 6:30 p.m.
Cmdr. Richar Sexton, of Fort
Amador will be master of cere

monies, and direct the meeting.
Bishop R. Heber Gooden will o
pen the meeting with prayer and

will also make a short address.
Sxton will call upon the different

representatives present from each
parish and mission to report on
the work hi ea:h place. The com

mander will also address tne garn garnering
ering garnering on the pu-pose and aims of
the key men. ? 1

The Rt. Ref. vc. Ai m voeeii,
BishoD of Hisbanlola. will "be pre

sent and will address all the lay

men present. ;

Clayton Girl Scoutt
Seek Sketer's Badge
Girl Scout Troop No. 29 of Ft
Clayton spent Saturday afternoon
at the Balboa skating rink Work Workington
ington Workington their skaters' badge. Tney
were under the direction of Mrs.
Malcolm A. Norton, troop leader.
,JJirJs attending were: Dqnna
Chadderton, Patricia Ryan, Karca
Thornton, Mae Pruitt, Juddy Able,
Susan May Wood, Marlene Lilly,
Jacqueline Robbins, Diane Whale',
Teresa. SancheiGaUWlnes, Doa--na
Mtsj3n3r.batAI)drGeraidin)

weDer, jo Ann Turner and Tina
Johnson. y

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Chbu En-Lai Says
USr Jugoslavia
Hinder Red Unity

MOSCOW, Jan. 28 (UPI)-Com-munist
Chinese Premie, Chou En En-Lai
Lai En-Lai said today that American and
Yugwlav "inroerialists" were
trying to hinder the unity which
exists be' ween his country and
the Soviet Union.

Chou, in a message of greeting
delivered at today's session of the
aist'Communlst 'Party congress
by UmTUSSR-, said that Russia,
China and o'her communist coun countries
tries countries will "unwaveringly advance
with a firm step along the high highway
way highway of communism."
He said, 'the, forces of the social socialist
ist socialist camp-are frov.ing," and that
Hhe -d5yC.i jiot far off when so socialism
cialism socialism will Sain the victory ov ov-e"
e" ov-e" capi'alism In the world com competition.",
petition.", competition.", i
Chou- spoke is a. "fraternal del del-egate"vto
egate"vto del-egate"vto the huge gathering of
the world's communist leaders.
He is head of the Chinese Com Communist
munist Communist delegation which Is at attending
tending attending the meeting.
-But Chinese Communist Party
leader Mao Ts Tung did not
show up. He is the only ranking
world communist leader, outside
of Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito,
who is not present.
Chou's message of greetings to
the Soviet came 24 hours after
the massive speech of Premier
Nikita Khrushchev.
Khru'hchev said yesterday that
the Chinese and the Russian Com Communis
munis Communis systems do differ. Th
Chinese' have adopted the com
mune system, and the Russians
have not.

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rNflcy Belle Webster will be in
ftaijed. as worthy adv.sor of the
, Pltfrfaiguel Assembly No. Three,
" Rlmbow tor Girls in an open ins
tallation meeting Saturday eve eve-'mng
'mng eve-'mng at 7:30 at the Ancon Masonic
. Temple.
' The outgoing worthy advisor is
Mickey W.-lker.
V Farewell uuhchaon
'' Heneii Mr. Jain
Mr;. Katheri.' Cain was guest
of honor j a farewell luncneon
. eiven last eek at the Gamboa
" Qol and Couuir C!ub. Hostesses
were Mrs. Sdi. Parmentrer and
- jlrs. Alice Christensen.
Mrs. Cain's husband will retire
f" Kt month from -the Police
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Guests included Mrs: Mumjon,
Thelma Rogers, Mrs. Bourgeouis,
Mrs. iFord, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs.
Bendr,r Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Mullins
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' Sm ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI) -..Potential
fiome buyers are snow-
" ingsjPesentment at rising price?,
cjteding to the new president of
. thaWtional Association of Real
" Esttt': Boards.
' Jitnes M. Udall of Los Angeles
laisWat his installation banquet
- thtthe buyers'" mood sugvsts
" tbatjhere will not be more dol

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predicted that construc-
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Mrs. Bleakley, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs.
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Mrs. Sellens. fits. Dunn, Mrs.
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well Bid-well and M-s. Zorns were unable
:o attend.

S. Dakota Seeks
To Stamp Cigarefs
With Crossbones
PIERRE. S. D. (UPD- A bill
o stamp a skull and crossbones
on every package o: cigarettes
olo ;ii South Dakota advanced to
ihe House ot Representatives to
day following parage in the Sen Senate
ate Senate Ly a barrow 18-16 margin.
The bill, whose- proponents la labeled
beled labeled it as a more, to "unglamor "unglamor-ize"
ize" "unglamor-ize" tobacco advertising, stems
from a number of medical reports
which have linkr l cigarette smok smoking
ing smoking to lung cancer.
The measure, adopted by the
Senate Monday, was apposed by
Democrats who. said it: passage
would place Sou Dakota in di direct
rect direct pompetitioi. with agricultural
states that raise tobacco. Republic
an Sen. F. E. Manning, the only
physician in the Legislature, is
chairman of the;Senate committee
that recommended the measure be
loped.
Manning crii'ciaed television ad advertising
vertising advertising which showed "beautiful
women who could dance on tiptoe
men who could make money play playing
ing playing poker, men who could make
an advance toward a woman on
the seashore, and others who could
shoot straight all be because they
smoke a particular brand of ci cigarettes,"
garettes," cigarettes," UN Command Shields
N. Korean Reporter
At Panmunjom
SEOUL, Korea, Jan. 29 (UPI)
The United Nations Command
yesterday shielded the where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of a North Korean reporter
for the Soviet Communist Party
newspaper Pravda who defected to
the West at the truce village of
Panmunjom.
U.N. officials said the newsman,
Lee Dong Joon, 30, had arrwpd in
Seoul late yesterday from Pan Panmunjom
munjom Panmunjom but they refused to dis disclose
close disclose his exact whereabouts.
Lee said after his dramtic de
fection earlier Tuesday that the
rnmmnniiit "mirlv" wniiln kill
the wife ancf a 2-monfli-oH daugh daughter
ter daughter he left behind in North Korea.
"I am saved," Lee said after he
evaded two Red guards and slip
ned throueh the baekdoor into a
U.N. command quonset hut at the
trnre villa ee.
The North Korean made his
hreak to freedom while Commun
ist military officials in the next
hut at Panmunjom were demand demand-he
he demand-he that U.N. officials returned
i20fl.OOO DPrsons who had fed from
North to South Korea after the
outbreak of the war.
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tour of Navy dental facilities In the Panama area. (Navy Photo)

Rosy Outlook For Fashions
Promised In Paris Designs

By PAT HERMAN
PARIS. Jan. (UPI) French
high fashion dipped to the grass
roots level today in presenting a
straightforward spring line that
put waist, bust and hips where
they should be.
The collection was Jacques
Heim's which ooened a week of
pace setting fashions shows of
styles for the coming summer
season.
Heim said he borrowed nis
theme from the flower garden. He
called his silkouette the "rose
line."
But what it amounted to was our
old friend the princess line. It
shows a lady's attributes witnout
exaggeration.
Skirts were sum ana tower wan
last season, between upper and
mid-calf. They tended to pare
down hips.
Bands Of Africans
Slone European
Cars Al Leopoldville
T -ROPOT.nvTT.LE. Bekian Con
an .Tan. 28 (UPI) Armed
troops were called out today to
control bands of Africans ston ston-incr
incr ston-incr TT.nrnnean-owned cars and
lnnt.ino- huildlnes.
The troops, made up of units
from the "Force Publique"
which had been held in reserve
since the riots or tnree weens
aeo. were rushed into action
whpn haton-armed police were
overwhelmed by the mobs.
About 80 Africans were ar
rpst.ed.
nnrinir the nieht. Africans de-
fie da curfew and i constructed
a road block between the Ngtri
Ngiri and Bandalungwa seiltions
of the city. European cars pass
ings through today were sion
ed.
The Force Publique troops
Africans officered by Euro
oeans used their rifles as
clubs to ceiar tne area.
The rioting apparently has
lost its political significance
and has become "plain vandal
ism, officials said. Most or the
demonstrators are membrVs of
Leopoldville's 30,000 re;stered
unemployed or Africans who
have come in from the bush on
the chance of getting work in
the city.
SMASH JEWEL RING
WARSAW, Poland (UPI)- The
state prosecutpr's office today an announced
nounced announced the arrests of 25 man
agers and employes of five-state-
owned jewelry shops on charges
of selling smuggled watches.
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Busts again without exag

geration were where nature put
them. So were waists, with the aid
of a three-to-four-inch belt like
panel at the midriff.
Heim's designer, Jean Pomer
ade, called it "a smooth intersec intersection
tion intersection to bring the waist back to
normal." The panel does just this.
The silhoutette was tapered at
the bottom. It blossomed out at
the shoulder line with the help of
interesting wide collars and set-in
shoulders.
Heim's collection was younij younij-looking
looking younij-looking and practical. Models were
not made up lika the front line at
the Follies Ber?re. Their clothes
were cut sensibl? enough so they
couin walk instead of mince.
Colores were clear often brilliint.
Heim gave them garden names
like nasturtium, hibiscus and del
phinium, and they fitted these
labels.
Coats were called gardeners'
smocks. They were cut full at the
top. tapering to the top and mid mid-calf.
calf. mid-calf. But evening news was the re return
turn return to the ankle length skirt. One
observer sighed with relief and
said, At last we can dress again
for dinner."

Businessmen Told US Labor Leaders
Konw How To Deal With Communists

NEW YORK Jan. 28 OJPO
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
said last night American businu.-.
men who ..uiuzeu soviet Deputy
Premier Anastas I. Mikoyan could
learn a lesson from labor leaders
on how to deal with Communits.
Nixon called Mikoyan "the e e-qual
qual e-qual of any leader I have met"
and said that his recent visit here
taken as a whole was "in the
best interests of the United States
and the free world."
But he added in an address to
the Fordham College Alumni Assn
that the Soviet official brought
'no new approach1 on major East
West issues. The visit, he. said, re resulted
sulted resulted in no change in the, U. S.
or Soviet positions.
Nixon said he did not agree with
those who criticized American
businessmen and bankers for en entertaining
tertaining entertaining Mikoyna.
"But I would respectfully sug suggest,"
gest," suggest," he added, "that some of
them in this instance could learn
a lesson from our labor leaders
who had to fight to expel Com Communists
munists Communists from their unions and in
the process learned how to deal
with them.
"They know that a soft and a
naive approach does not produce
results. The Communists respect
those who oppose them on prin principle.
ciple. principle. They have nothing but con-
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Army Files Charges
Against Soldier
In Gl's Death t
SEOUL lUPl)- The U.S. Army
said yesterday no .charges have
been filed against Pfc. Kenneth
M. Burke, Der Rio. Te., who is
being held in the death of a fel fellow
low fellow GI andVwoundmg of another
la&t Friday.
An 8th Army spokesman said
Army provost marshal authorities
are s'Ul investigating the inci incident,
dent, incident,
Thet Army said earlier that
Burke, 22, was held for question questioning
ing questioning in connection with the fatal
shooting of Pvt.' Frank Galgano,
23. of 8245 .Northeast f irst Ave.
Miami. Fla.. and wounding of
Sp-4 Philip B. Mead, 18, of 232
East Rose St. Lancaster, Pa.
The Army said Burke "alleged
ly shot Mead because of previous
Galgano happened to be driving
with Mead, who was acting as
sergeant of the guard, in a three three-quarter
quarter three-quarter ton truck when the shoot shooting
ing shooting occurred. The Army said Burk
a sentry, emptied five Shots" from
a .45-caliber pistol into the cab
of the truck.
The 8th Army spokesman said
Tuesday that Mead, who has been
receiving treatment at the 121st
Evacuation Hospital in Ascom City,-
is "gettin improved." The ar army
my army had earlier said Mead was
in critical condition with gunshot
wounds of the chest, neck and ab abdomen.
domen. abdomen. Rescuers Work To
Pump At Flooded
PITTSTON, Pa. (UPI)- Rescue
workers labor-, yesterday to in install
stall install the first o' 14 giant pumps
to draw out billions of gallons of
water from flooded anthraci'e
mines where 12 men have been
missing for five days.
They estimated, however, that
it would be two days before the
pumps, each capable of syphoning
tempt for those who
are dupes
and who can be deceived by what
ney know are obvious untruths."
The vice president also warned
that no more disastrous mistake
could be made than to slash this
country's foreign economic, nrnn-
aganda and political programs in
me name ot economy.
Nixon said he could testify that
MiKoyan returned to Kussia with
completely d.fferent views if he
expected to find this counh-v di
vided in its opposition to Commu Communism,
nism, Communism, its workers "seething with
Hi,cnf ant" it A
ble.
He said Miboyan was "notice "noticeably
ably "noticeably impressed by the economic
progress the United States had
made in the 22 yearj since his
last visit here and by the obvious
strength of qu. economy today."
in a furthe; tribute to the anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist stand of American la labor,
bor, labor, Nixon added that Mikoyan did
not find any encouraging sigh? of
progress in the United States to toward
ward toward fulfillment of the Marxist
prediction of an inevitable class
struggle.
"On the contrary, he addmitted
with almost grudging admiration
tlttt the s ron;;.s. defenders of the
American system, the most vig vigorous
orous vigorous critics of Communism, and
the most uncompromising support supporters
ers supporters of our firm stand in Berlin
were not the traditional whipping
boys of Communist propaganda,
the Wall Street bankers and busi-
essmen, but the leaders of our
free trade unions who represented
the yiews of millions of Ameri America's
ca's America's wage earners."
Adventisrs Plan
Gamboa Meetings
Starting Feb. 1
The Gamboa Seventh Day Ad Ad-ventist
ventist Ad-ventist Church will commence. 4
series of ev&ngelisiic meetings an
Feb. 1, and continuing through the
dry season. These meetings will
convene on Sundays and Wednes Wednesdays.
days. Wednesdays. There win be severl speakers-lo
pr cnt the following topics.
"The Woman in White,", "The
Woman in Scarlet," "Do You
Know that it is La er Than You
Think," "The Man Has Been
Travelling for Nearly 600 Years'
and "Report on His Last Mile."
In addition, there will be added
features, including special music
both vocal and instrumental.
All are ,elcome at these meetings.

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CryingrTowel Images Marke d 'His' And- Hers
Are Induced By Watching TV Western Heroes

By PATRICIA McCORMACK
- i.v,,Hi'
Husbands and wives d o n 't
"watch television .Westerns.
They dream through them.
A double-domed depth perceptor,
Dr. -Joseph G. Smith; has just gal
loped in with such a notion.
And if what he's dredged up
from the psychological depths of
Western viewers' f minds" js true,
it's a good things dreams don't
broadcast while they're? going on.
One -dreanr' is stricy "hers."
The other, all "his."' r
Putting the two 'on the air at the
same time would be like whipping
nitroglycerine with n electric
mixer in theJiving room.
Dr. Smith's 3-D prelection got
something like this.
Husband's dream: "Now there's
a man who isn't tied to woman's
apron string, That lass is lassoed
to him. He can speak his mind
and his woman doesn't interrupt.
She obeys.
"Other men obey him, too, and
he isn't afraid to tell off the mar marshal,
shal, marshal, the boss or anyone e'se.
He's handsdme.
"He's just the kind of man I am,
as a matter of fact. I hope my
wife realizes how lucky she is to
have a manly like me."
Wife's dream: "There's the man
I didn't get, the man of my
dreams. He's strong, handsome
and all man. I wouldn't have to
serve him hot tea in bed every
time he gets the sniffles. He's so
Install Giant
Anthracite Mine
4,000 to. 6,000-gallons .per minute
irom a. voo-toot deptn,- begin op op-era'irtg.
era'irtg. op-era'irtg. Only then" can rescue
teams p-epare to go down the
shafts m search of the missing
twelve.
The men failed to get out of the
minei last Thursday when the Sus Susquehanna
quehanna Susquehanna xvive broke through, the
strata below the river bed into a
tunnel linking mine operations of
the Knox Coal Co., on eithe- bank.
Millions dollars worth or ma material,
terial, material, includin railroad cars,
mine oars, trucks, huge rocks,
bales of hay an.I excelsior, were
poijred into the whirlpool in the
river before the 20-foot rupture
was plugged on Sunday.
The Lehigh Valley Railroad,
whose tracks bordering the river
were undermined by the whirl whirlpool,
pool, whirlpool, said it alone dumped more
then a quter million dollars
worth of equipmen' into the hole.
The railraa said it probably would
ask. the federal sovernmest for
relief to ease the financial burden.
It was estimated that one-sixth
of the river's city flow guched in into
to into the mines during the three-day
period to a dath of 501 feet and
spreading underground to mines
as far as nine miles away. An
estimated 10,000 anthracite mine
worker in a 15-mile area were
idled.
There was o.ily a flicker o' hope
that the 12 enton.bed men still
were alive. Their only chance, res rescuers
cuers rescuers paid, was that they managed
to reach ventilated pockets above
the water level where they could
bivouac until volunteers could
reach them.

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stand out in thick black lines. Added
Havilland Arcralt Co, Ltd.
Mi
rugged he never-gets the sniffles.
"And never gets on the scales
and shrieks "Jnst on siv pounds
He wouldn't come home at' night
and complain about the boss push pushing
ing pushing him around.
"If I had a man like that, it
would be such a relief. No more
long discussions about how to re rearrange
arrange rearrange the furniture or. who dis disciplines
ciplines disciplines the Tods. He would make
all the decisions."
The psychoanalyst forayed into
the busy but silent minds of in
nocent viewers' at the request of
influential connected with a TV
show. What kind of show? Don't
ask foolish questions.

US Steel Co. Expects To Arrive J
At Peaceful Settlement With Union

NEW YORK (UPD Roger L.
Blough, chairmau of U. S. S eel
Corp., said yesterday the nation's
biggest steel -jmpany hopes to ar ar-r.ve
r.ve ar-r.ve at "peaceful and non infla inflationary
tionary inflationary settlement" with the steel
worker., union lien current three
years labor contracts exipire at
midyear.
Blough said the nation has had
at leas, five major steel strikes
since World War II "and we are
not inviting that possibility cer certainly."
tainly." certainly." Asked whether labor and man management
agement management might be closer to an
agreement than preliminary gos gossip
sip gossip indica;es, Blough replied:
"We have had no negotiations
with the union but we have been
advised in the iress that, some al
their demands would b. stiff and
certainly ..ot related to increased
prqductivit. ..
I "Nevertheless we've seen de
mands like that beofre and still
reached a ittlement and we hope
! .is might occui. again.'
Blough's remarks came at a
news conference held after the
corporation reported lower sales
and earnings for 1958 and direc
tors declared the usual 75 cent
Quarterly divided.
Both Blough and U. J. Meei
President Clifford Hood, who also
a tended the pre s conferences, re reported
ported reported incoming orders or U. S.
Steel are befter at any time
during 1958.
Hood saiJ in the last two weeks
orders have shown considerable
improve nent and our offices are
quite busy entering them on the'
books.
Blough predicted operations for
both.U. S. Steel and the industry
would be higher in the second quar quarter
ter quarter than the fir-t quar er.
He forecast an average operat operating
ing operating rate in the two quarters of be between
tween between 75 and 80 pel- cent of Jan.
1, 1959 capacitj for bo'h "big
steel" and the industry.
Blough traced the rising demand
to a better business outlook being
experienced by steel, counsumers
and fears ol a m'dyear strike.
"I am not suggesting there will
be a strike, I a 1 only sugeesting
the normal prudent purchasing a a-gent
gent a-gent could yell have that possi possibility
bility possibility in mind."
TTflrlifli." til nrtmnonv
that its profits for 1958 fell
$301,302,643. 0- SV" a ahLi'e
to
j
-sales of $3,472,411,250.
Directors retained the
5-cent

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Ast to another obvious question,
whether women really watch Wes Westerns
terns Westerns at all. Dr. Smith has a "non "non-scientific"
scientific" "non-scientific" hunch hat plenty do.
He estimates the distaff side
makes up about, half a Western's
audience, particiilarly in married
households. f
Smith also noted that gals, whs)
shy from Western are, generally
speaking, satisfied with, -what they
have in hand.
They call ar spade and realize
that no one is perfect, especially
the Western heroes who dream -long.
After all the heroes don't gel
married. x
X
quarterly dividend that has been
paiu ance March 9, 1957.
The 1958 results compared with
record earnings in 1957 of $410, $410,-073,722
073,722 $410,-073,722 or $7.33 a share and peak
s-les 0: $4,413,824,226.
The decline mirrored the gen general
eral general slump in business during 1958
which affced primarily hard
goods producers like steel compa companies.
nies. companies. Little League
Boys 10, Girl 7
' The stork took no holidays
last week and was busy at work;
delivering -; at least .twa babies
a lay toGorgas Hospital, bring bringing
ing bringing to 17 the total tor the. week
-nich ended at midnight, Jan.
' '), according to the hospitalre hospitalre-pbrt.
pbrt. hospitalre-pbrt. During this same period
163 patients weer-admitted and
177 were discharged.
Seven of the new babies are
girls. Parents to' whom daugh daughters
ters daughters were born are Mr. and Mrs.
H: M. Goffe, of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hawkj of
Curundu; Sfc and-Mrs. R, R.
Dailey, of Ft. Kobbe; SSgt. ,and
Mrs. S. B. Rude, of Albrook; Mr.
and Mrs. O. H. Brathwaita, of.
Panama City; Sp-5 and Mrs. C.
O. Edghill, of Panama City;. Mr.
and Mrs. M. T. Griffith, of Pa-,
raiso; Mr.' and Mrs. H. Johnpon,
of Panama City;-Mr. and Mrs.
D. R. Johnson of Rodman. 1
Boys were born to Sp-4 and
Mrs. J. M. Hiles, of Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cicero,
of Gamboa';"' Alc and Mrs, J.
C. Lewis, of Locona; Mr. and
Mrs. R. s. Buddie, of Panama
Jity; Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Stew Stewart,
art, Stewart, of Diablo; Pfc and Mrs. J.
L. Summers, Jr., of Panama
City;, Mr., and-Mrs. G. J. Her Herring,
ring, Herring, of-Balboa; Sgt. and Mrs.
M. B. King, of Cocoli.
WINDSORS U.S. BOUND
LE HAVRE, France, Jan. (UPI)
The Duke and Duchess of Wind Windsor
sor Windsor were on their way to New York
today "board., the S.S. United
, States. The couple will spend
three months in New York and
Arizona.
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1959

REPRESENTATIVES of the Parents and Teachers Association of Javier School In Panama called on Gov. W. E. Potter tQ -extend
necial Invitation for Canal Zone residents to attend the Industrial and Commercial Exposition and Fair next Monday evening.
Mondav Droeram of the four-day Fair is being dedicated to United States citizens residing In Panama and the Canal Zone.
Pictured above reading from left to right, are Mrs. Robert H. Rupp, member of the association; Father Luis Medrano, assistant
nrtneW of Javier School- Potter; Mrs. Myron Szszukowskl, member of the association; Dr. Eduardo Morgan, president of the
MaodaUon; and Myron Fisher, who is assisting the committee In arrangements for the Monday night program of the annual
lair. ;

Killer Of Film
Executive Captured
Alter GuniBallle
TEXARKANA. Ark. (pl)-f
If emit desperado George Albert
Scott, wanted for the murder of
I Hollywood 'film executive, .and
tii 180-pound wrestler girl friend
were, captured" in a motel today
after a gun battle with federal
nd local authorities. .
Scott. a former mental patient
and San Quentia parolee, had
bee hunted since 5ec 30 -when
he was identified as tha bandit
who killed Kenneth F. Savoy, an
executive secretary for the Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Goldwyh 'studio.
Some 2 FBI men, city police policemen
men policemen nd sheriffs officers sur surrounded
rounded surrounded Seotfs cabitpt the mo mo-tel
tel mo-tel after the FBI received a tip in in-i6rmhem;,set
i6rmhem;,set in-i6rmhem;,set Sctft. wis
therein 1 ; O? pjMn
When olficers .ordered Scott to
"come out with your hands up
he answered- with a burst up
v The officers then opened; up
"with submachine: guns.isawea -on
ahot'gulw and pistols,- forqing
Scott to take cover.-Officers also
lobbed In tear gas shells.
Motel manager V. F.-Andrew
etlled Scott on the telephone and
pleaded with him to, 8ve up.
Scott Mwarently.laid the phone
down and Andrew heard him say
to tha woman wrestler, Barbara
They've got us surrounded. We
might as well' commit suicide. -Do
yoa viai ne to shoot you first or
would you rather shoot me and
then shoot yourself?" Her reply
could not be heard.
The lawmen then lobbed in the
12th tear gas shell and Miss
White, clad in a housecoat, came
nut and surrendered. Scott, gag-
n ourainfi and with tears in
his yes, followed her out.
'Faithful' Credit
Union Manager
Held As Embezzler
nvroATT ttptv A credit
nlon manager who was honored
i ..ift.fi orvi(v" when n
retired lat August surrendered to
police today to face charges ot
embeMling funds from the credit
Allan S. Fdwler, 9, who moved
a sTTnrt jderdale after retiring
from the Telephone Employes Cre Credit.
dit. Credit. Union,- gave himself upj
Ttrhit Bolice after flying here
Speciflca-iy, Fowler is charged
with embezzlement of $2,332 of the
credit union' funds during late
May, June ao July. But accord accord-'
' accord-' ing to. Chief Assistant Prosecutor
Arthur y Koscinskl, an audit of the
firm's book showed that $15,000
was missini'oyer a, period of six
' years. ''1'"si'i'':','vl" "'
Fowler' wsi accbnwpanied t hia
etroit attorney, Larry Davl Davl-ow,
ow, Davl-ow, 1 when surrendered. He
-al booked photographed and fin
mrinted and was schedultert to
tV arraigned later .oday
before
Recorder's Court Judge
W Mc
Kay Skillman.
When M reureu
last '.August,
"Fowler was given a bonus of a
. .irv 19.000. for his long
' wrvlct'Ha'had been manager of J
the creditunion for years.

' ed a disputa between Detroit and
4 Fort Lauderdale police. An air air-J
J air-J mailed fugitive warrant bad been

if sent to- Broward County snemu s
' deputlea for: Fowler but the war warrant
rant warrant took four days to arrive and
tha deipufier appeared reluctant to
. arrest, Fowleir before they had it.
f Tha warrant arrived In Fort
Lauderdale Monday but when the
deputies went hl home, they
found Fowlwrand his wife gone.

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Dulles Skeptical Of Red
Hint Of Cold War Thaw

WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UPI)
Secretary of State J. Foster Dul
les took a skeptical attitude yes
terday toward Russian hints of a
coid war thaw. But he said the
door was open for Big Four nego
tiator this spring on European
and German problems.
Dulles said he thought the Com
munists were trying to win some
)olitical and military advantages
or themselves arid were using
talk of ending the old war as a
cover for their motives.
But despite these supicions of the
recent soft talk from Soviet lead
ers, Dulles told a news confer
ence that a meeting of foreign mi-
Pittsburgh Cops
End Robbing Spree
Of Juveniles
PITTSBURGH (UPI) Autho Authorities
rities Authorities have ended the robbing ac activities
tivities activities of, thtree polite juveniles
who kept a diary of their mis
deeds:
Juvenile authorities said yester
day tne youngsters, two 13-year-
old boys and IS year-old. keot. a
diary in which they accounted for
22 1 robberies already committed,
and 60 more pilfer jobs they had
lined up f.- the future all busi
ness establishments.
finey are not witnout manners,
police said. After roboine the U-
niversal Car Loading Co., they did
nt torget to leave a note which
read "Thank you."
Tyrone Power's
Widow Ms Robbed
Of FurSj Jewelry
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 28 (UPI)-
Furs and jewtlry, valued at $15, $15,-000
000 $15,-000 were stolen from the home of
the late actor Tyrone Power yes yes-terdaj
terdaj yes-terdaj shortly before his widow
came home fro.n a hospital with
her newborn son, police said.
Officers said the burglars were
professionals who worked with
such efficiency that the crime was
pot immediately noticed by the
maid. They took mink coat, mink
stole, Mrs. Power's jewelry box,
Power's jewelry box and papers
belonging to' the actor.
Mrs. rower gave birth to a son
last Thursday at Cedars of Leb
anon Hospital.
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The secretary eaid. 'however.
that the first move to ease world
tensions was up to Russia. He said
the Soviets wanted to back away
from their 1955 Geneva agreement
on free elections to reunify Ger
many, and it was up to them to
suggest a workable alternative.
He said the- United States was
willing to listen to any sincere Rus Russian
sian Russian proposal on Germany, even
though the West still believed free
elections werij. the best way.
Vice President Richard M. Nix
on, speaking in v new Yorx iasi
night, said it was Russia wh;ch
"began and misists on continuing
the cold war."
Dulles, who sometimes has de
manded : detailed agendas' before
embarking on international talks,
said it would be enough this time
to have advance agreement only
on the general top'c, such as'the
fate of divided Germany and the
Berlin crisis.
He also said the United States
would be willing to discuss the
Polish "Rapacki Plan" for demi demilitarization
litarization demilitarization of Central Europe.
Dulles said the value of a Big
Four foreign ministers meeting
would depend on whether the Rus Russians
sians Russians would talk about the prob
lems facing both sides in Europe
and Germany or merely try to
bargain on points that concern
them alone.
Cuns Firing
3 Shells A Minute
'-n Ouemoys
TAIPEI, Formosa, Jan. 29
Communist Chiner guns fired
more than three shells a minute
durine a ore-dawn bombardment
of the Nationalist held Quemoy
Islands yetcrday, the Nationalist
Chinese Defense Ministry report
ed.
At the same time, the. Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist newspaper China Post warn warned
ed warned that a Red Invasion of the off
shore islands might be imminent.
The De'ense Ministry reported
that the Red shore guns poured
283 sbel's Into te Quemoy Island
complex in a one hour 20 min minutes
utes minutes bombardment before dawn.
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Hew Office Bldg.
Lifts Can't Spot
Senator's 3 Rings
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UPI)
The Senate's $24,446,000 new of
fice building is ready, complete
with automatic elevators which re
fuse to distinguish between Sena
tors and ordinary passengers. This
of course is to be corrected at
once.
The first thing a Capitol lift ope
rators learns is that a Senator is
carried directly to his destination,
without regard to the whims of
lower priority passengers, like
taxpapers and House members.
Ihe senator simply rings three
times, and the elevator sets aside
Jl other business.
Elevators in the new Senate of
fice builtiine came eauiDwri with
the latest electronic brains. How
ever, nobody told them that Sen Senators
ators Senators always come first.
Sen. Ernest Gruemng (D-Alas-ka)
got on at 5 and signaled for
a trip to Iie basement. Unfortun Unfortunately,
ately, Unfortunately, somebody on 6 also had call called,
ed, called, and the elevator refused to
foeget it. It also made stops at 3,
2, and 1, before finally letting
Gruening off at the basement.
Shocked Senate officials said hu human
man human operators are to be put on
the lifts.
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Teenager Kills Dad
As Parent Shovels
Snow Left Uncleared
DULUTH, Minn. Jan. 28 (UPI)
Reynold Peterson, 15. fataliv
wounded h!s father, Carl, 44, at
their home last night becaure the
father 'had reprimanded the boy
for not sweeping anow.from their
side-walk. i
Peterson was shot three times
with a high-powered rifle as he
wept the snow from the walk,
the same job he told his son to do.
He died earl" tod.y. about five
hors after the shooting.
Police said the boy. unon hear hearing
ing hearing bis fa'her had not d"ed in instantly,
stantly, instantly, said, "I'm sorry. I should
have lone a better job.
Authorises said the father came
Hom rH gavp the boy tongue tongue-lashing
lashing tongue-lashing fo not having doen the
house-hold chore. He 'hen went
outside to d th job himelf.
Rpvno'H. wpnt tn a" unsta'" rerl-
room where he loaded a deer ri
fle. He fired ft his Mher from the
bedroom window. The first bullet
hit Peterson in the ankle, nesrlv
sever'ng it: the second grazed his
chest as he fell to the sidewalk
and the third owicturerl the ches'.
The hov told his mother to call
police. She was too excited to dial,
so the bov called police himself
anrl told them what he had done.
When police arrived, Peterson
told them he had slipped on the
ice and injured himself. He re
sisted the efforts of ambulance at attendants
tendants attendants to move him and said he
wanted to remain home.
Pot'ce say Reynold, a husky,
brooding youth, has shown no signs
of remorse. Police also said Peter
son told them he had been drinking
before coming home.
Quote Unquote
CARACAS, Venezuela Cuban
Leader Fidel Castro on why he
carried his familiar rifle and pis pistol
tol pistol with him on his visit here:
"I would feel naked without
them."
LONDON The Sunday Dis Dispatch
patch Dispatch on the announcement that
overseas allowances for Gl's ov
erseas would be reduced:
'It will be beer and skitties
for American Gl's in Britain soon.
Champagne and baccarat will be
out.
NEW YORK-West Berlin May
or Willy Brandt on, the necessity
for free elections in any plan for
German reunification:
'I do not think it is absolutely
necessary that free elections are
regarded a's the first step, but I
think they have to come into the
program at one. place or anoth another."
er." another." WASHINGTON .Senate GOP
Whip Thomas tt Kuchel (Calif )
on the change in Eisenhower's
leadership since he fired his one onetime
time onetime assistant, Sherman Adams:
"It is a tonic to me to see the
President put forth his own point
of viewi"
LONDON The Red Dean of
Canterbury, Dr., Hewlett Johnson,
b Brostella
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Ike Said Wading More
Into Operation Areas

WOSHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UPI)
Friends and associates of Pre President
sident President E senhower say the Chief
Executive is wading into opera operational
tional operational areas of government and
politics more than at any time
since he hasTjeen in the White
House.
Why? These sources say a part
of the answer is: No Sherman
Adams.
Last fall, after the Republicans
took their lumps from the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats in the congressional elec elections,
tions, elections, top Wh'te House sources
told United Press International
that Eisenhower would excercise
more direct control over his ad administration
ministration administration during hi finsl two
years in office than ever before.
The departure of Adams was
siven then as partial suooort for
this theory. When the former New
Hamosh're "ovprnor servH as as assistant
sistant assistant to the President he hand handled.,
led., handled., a vas number of govern governmental
mental governmental and political problems
without referring them to Elsen Elsenhower.
hower. Elsenhower. After Adam resigned under
fire because of hia connections
with RernnrH Goldfine, not only
was th Whit Unite staff rer
ganized but the President also be
san to take on a heavier work
load.
Senate Republican Whip A. H
Kuchal Calf, defined the situa
tion openlv on a weekend radio in interview.
terview. interview. He said that In his
opinion Eisenhower was exerfine
noticeably more vigorous leader
snip since Adams left to be suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded by genial, good-humored
and wise-in-the-ways-of Congress
W'lton B. Persons.
Kuchel said the thought it was
a good thing that Adams got out
of the White House. He said he
was happy to th p,.ni
taking
a tighter grin on th rin
of Povernment and n.rtw
"It is a tonic to me to see the
President ut forth his own point
of view,' KucM
Other top Republieass, howev however,
er, however, said the Pres'dent has neCfm
increasingly conscious of the
Jhreat to the record of his admin administration,
istration, administration, his own standing with
the neonle and hisforv because of
lohtical opposition of the nemo nemo-'rats,
'rats, nemo-'rats, and some Republicans,
too.
on his belief
heaven:
that Stalin is
in
"...God's eye is a big eye and
sees everything. ..to know all is to
forgive all so I think that, from
heaven's point of view, Stalin is
safe.
MOSCOW ,-ThT Rev. Louis
.,11 f. 1wrcestCT. Mass., new
... U,B mi pram mc colony, on
'Tm UaillfdL to, be here, ,1 ,1-though
though ,1-though I'm a little numb."
EDGBASTON. v.naA
shocked member of a British
country club after a dancer be began
gan began doing a strip tease durins th.
evening's entertainment:
r wn. or It i turned nut
something like the da
be
the
not
seven veils only the girl did
call a halt at the sixth veil."
AGREE TO MISSION
.CAIRO (UPI) -The United A A-rab
rab A-rab Republic has agreed to let
Britain set up a mission in Cairo
to oyersee the working of the new
Anglo-UAR financial agreement.
authoritative sources said today
will give beauty
from 9 a.m. to 12
from 3 to 6 p.m. up

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Ha doesn't like the s tuation and

intends to do what he can to im-
Srove U. Hence there has been a
iscussion in high White House
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y The Kings' ace lefthander Dick Luebke, seeks
lrfs tenth victory tonight as the leaders strive for
Another win oveh the last-place Cerveza Balboa
Beermen, which would insure ttient.at least a Jae for
the 1958-59 Panama Pro League pennant. V 1
Last night the Marlboro Smokers held doggedly
ofrto their remote mathematical chance of copping
the flag by stopping the Carta Vieja Yankees 3-1 be-

Kind the seven-hit pitcning
Luebke, who has lost lost only
otte game, will be opposed by
young portsider Anselmo Correa
who has not figured in a decision
this season.
Used only as a reliever during
the campaign, Correa turned in
his best performance since be becoming
coming becoming a Pro Leaguer a c.upie
of seasons ago in a game against
the Kings last Thursday.
He took over for starter Chuck
Mm tti the first inning with two
eU and a runner on third and;
hurled scoreless ball for the next
seven and one-third frames while
allowing only three hits. He was
yanked for a pinchhitter in the
efchth. Luebke and the Kings won
In ten meetings the leaders have
beaten the cellar-dwellers eight
times and Luebke has beer res responsible
ponsible responsible for six of those triumphs
The Smokers, who have five
games left to play, are
ind-a-half games behind, and they
ippear to Te sure of Ashing at
least second because of their four four-me
me four-me margin over the third place
i?sfS'night Bobby escott's
run-producing single in the six h
Inning broke a 1-1 tie and I Mi lo
gave himself an insurance run m
Seventh when he laced a single to
core a runner from second base.
The Yanks plated their lone tal tally
ly tally in the fifth on Tony Bartirome s
single, Pompeyo Davalillo sa sacrifice,
crifice, sacrifice, an infield out which mov
ed Bartirome to third and a bise
hit ty Nat Peeples.
Smoker doubleplays m the first
fliird and seventh frames erased
three scoring threats to aid Milo
in picking up his seventh win a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst three losses.
The southpaw allowed seven hits
aa did loser Jim Umbricht, who
went the distance in dropping his
seventh decision as compared to
four victories.
Plate umpire Willie Williams
threw Alonso Brathwaite out of the
game after the second baseman
got a safety in the sixth that fish fished
ed fished across the Smokers' first run.
Brathwaite put up a beef when
Williams called a second strike on
him and the batter moved away
from the plate.
The umpire ordered him to take
his place at the dish on penalty of
Instructing Umbricht to pitch and
calling the offering a strike. Brath Brathwaite
waite Brathwaite obeyed, with alacrity, and
WINS COLOMBIA OPEN
Colombia (UPD- Pete
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285.
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COCO SOLO 1:60
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Olivia De Havilland
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IT0DAY
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RAW WIND IN
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Lefthander

oi soumpaw doo auw.
connected a single to right. On his
way to first he stopped, "turned
around and made a derisive ges gesture
ture gesture in the direction of the arbiter.
who promptly gave him the heave-
ho.
Eugenio Houradeau ran for
Rrathwiit and later took over the
shortstop position as Manito Ber Bernard
nard Bernard moved to second base.
Pacific
Sbftbatl
League
Standings
Taams
Abernathy Unisport
Pan Liquido
Jantzen
W L Pet,
0 1.000
.667
.600
Ambassadors
.333
Mariners
.000
Next Game
Jan. 29 Mariners vs Jantzen
Jan. 30 Abernathy vs Pan Liqui
do.
List Wook's Results
Jantzen 8 Pan Liquido I
Jantzen, behind the pitching of
Charles Carratini, held Pan Liqui Liquido
do Liquido to a 8 to-5 upset.
Ttia Mop T.ano ant hi second de
feat as the Jantzen nine jumped
an over L,ane wiin iweive kl&
hits startine with five in the first.
Tochterman's home-run to deep
center made the game 3-2 Jant Jantzen
zen Jantzen after the first, Carratini lim
ited the Beermen to five hits.
Going into the fifth, tha Beer Beermen
men Beermen trailed by two runs with, a
rallv heinff reaied after R. Nick-
isher caught Kosik fly to right
and threw out McGlade at the
plate.
Janitan nnr&A Aaftilv in thtt
fourth for three runs and five hits.
Gayer led the winners at tne
plate with two-in-two.
Ambassadors Beat Mariners
Moving up with two) wins, the
Albrook Ambassadors riosed an another
other another win against Navy's Marin Mariners
ers Mariners last Wednesday, 6-2.
Ed Spivey measured the dis distance
tance distance for the goodwillers as Mc Mc-Gowan,
Gowan, Mc-Gowan, the loser and Speckine
coupled with the pitching duties.
With a tie score at two runs
reached the sixth, a three run
homer by Harding cut the Marin-
i throat while Spivey kept Na-
vv to three hits.
Mariners Loses to Pan Liquido
The breaks gave Navy's Marin Mariners
ers Mariners their fifth lost as Pan Liquido
edged them 8-to-7 on Friday in a
twenty-two hits encounter. 'Red'
Louboufih. Pan Liauido's next to
Lane won for his number two
mark.
The Beermen scoring eight runs
in tne nrst tour innings on me
Mariners exnense. raDDed uDHob-
bie's pitches for the triumph. A
Drnuani come-DacK inreaienea me
Beermen as tne Manners sent
Louboueh deliveries all parts of
the field with Lane relieving
in the fifth.
Wight homered in the fourth for
Navy. Top hitters were: Wight 3-in-4;
Skala 3-in-4; Skandamis 2-in-3
and Devers 2-in-3.
four trips for Pan Liquido along
..JIL t 1 i I tl
wim morales iwo ior inree.
The' linescore:
Pan Liquido 222 200 08 9 0
Mariners 104 200 07 13 5
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MARLBORO
AB I H 'O A
5 9 10
Napoleon, rf.
Brathwaite, 2b.
Houratlou, ss.
1 S
0 1
1 3
2 3
0 11
0 1
Altman, cf.
Prescott, a.
Gabler, lb.
Bernard, ss-2b
Hardaway, 3b.
Cobos, e.
Milo, p.
0 0:8
12 0
2 0 3
Totals
3 T 27 16
CARTA VIEJA
AB R H PO A
5 1 2 6 3
Bartirome, lb.
Davalillo, 2b.
WiHielm, ss.
Peeples, If.
Kern, cjj
Schmidt, rf.
Clark, 3b.
Shantz, e.
Umbricht, p.
Patton"'
Totals
3 0
0
5 0
V 2
4 0
1. 0
1 0
4 0 0
4 0 2
31 1 7 27 10
Patton struck out for Umbricht
in 9th.
Score by Innings ,-
Marlboro
C. Vieja
000 002 100-8 T 1
000 010 000 1 7 0
. Summary: Error: Hardaway.
Runs batted in? Peeples, Brath Brathwaite,
waite, Brathwaite, Prescott, Milo. ; ; Earned
runs: Carta Vieja 1, Marlboro 3.
Two base hits: S chmidt, Cobos,
Prescott, Milo. Doubleplays: Hard Hardaway,
away, Hardaway, Brathwaite, Gabler r Gabler,
Bernard, Gabler; Milo, Houradou,
Gabler; Sacrifice hits: Cobos 2,
Davalillo, Milo. Hit batters: Milo.
Struck out by: Umbricht 8, Milo
2. Base on balls off: Umbricht 5,
Milo 4. Left on bases: Carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja 9, Marlboro 9. Winning pitcher:
Milo (7-3); Losing pitcher: Um Umbricht
bricht Umbricht (4-7). Umpires: Williams,
Hilzinger, Corrigan. Attendance:
733. Time of game: 2:09.
Philadelphia Writers
Name Campy Most
Courageous Alhlele
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 28 (UPO
Roy Campanella, who fought
his way back from helpless para paralysis
lysis paralysis to the noint where he was
able to accept a coaching job
with the Los Angeles Dodgers for
this season, was named the most
courageous athlete of tha year by
the Philadelphia Sports Writers
Association last night. ;
Campy's comeback from the
brink of death to the point-where
he is able physically to join the
Dodgers in an active role as train
mg camp coach for 1959 was
cheered by 1,200 fans attending
the 55th annual dinner of the
writers.
The tribute paid Campy was
one of three major awards madt
each year by the association.
Campanella, still in a wheel
chair with his neck in a brace,
made a "visual" appearance at
the baaquet, though he wasn't
present physically for the presen presentation
tation presentation of the award by former As
sociation president Ed Pollock of
the Philadelphia Bulletin.
He has slept only in a hospital
or at his home since the accident
of last Jan. 28 and has not been
"away overnight.
The banqueters saw filmed high'
lights of his career with the
Brooklyn Dodgers, and then saw
a sound movie of the actual pre
sentat:on of the award by Pol
lack to Campy filmed in a New
York television station studio
(WINS) last week.
They heard a chat between
Campy and Pollock, saw the ore
sentauon oi tne awara,. and heard
tha Dodgers' great catcher make
his response and give his thanks
to the Association.
Whatever
Happened to .
.WHATEVER HAPP1NED TO
CLYDELL (Slick) CASTLEMAN
Clydell Castelman came up to
the New York Giants as a pitcher
during King Karl Hubbel's hey heyday
day heyday and in two of his six seasons
with the club contributed valuable
services. Known as "Slick," the
Tennessee right-hander won 15
and lost 6 in 1935, his first full
season, Ind was 11-T in the 1937
pennant year. He began to fall off
thereafter and was out of the
league after the 1939 season with a
career mark of 36-26.
Whatever happened to Clydell
Castleman? Now 44, he is a pros prosperous
perous prosperous business man in Nashville,
Tenn.
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Bob Turley

Award As Pro

Of The Year
ROCHESTER. N. Y. (UPD Bob
Turley, the pitcher who played a
key role in the New York Yan-
kees Victonous rauy agauisi mv
Milwaukee Braves in the last
World Series, Monday night was
named winner of the 'Hickok "Pro
fessional Athlete of the Year" a-
ward for 1958.
The announcement oi runey s
triumph in a nationwide poll and
the presentation of the award was
made at the annual Rochester
Press and Radio Club dinner for
the polio fund.
Turley. who starred in three of
New York's four series victories,
eauilv won the $10,000 diamond-
studded, gold-DucKiea Den wai goes
annually to the winner of the poll.
He received more than twice as
many points as his nearest rival
in the voting, fullback Jim Brown
f the Cleveland Browns. In nation
wide voting by sports writers and
sportsc asters.
Brown barely edged Archie
Moore. the world' light heavy
weight boxing champion, for sec-
ona piaca in we voiun. wuu uw
Balboa
By VICTOR M. CAR IW
The Marlboro Smokers clung
tenaciously to their faint pennant
hope as lefty Bob Milo cme
through with a 3-1 win over the
Carta Vieja Yankees last night.
Milo picked up hi seventh victo victory
ry victory as against three losses and is
the winningest hurler on the Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro staff. Big Jim Umbricht
the loser in last night's contest contest-is
is contest-is the league's biggest loser with
seven losses. He won four times.
Tonight's game will be a big
ona for the Brewers from a point
of pride. They wU be trying to
beat the pitcheir who has beaten
them all season without tasting
defeat. Of Richard Luebke' s nine
triumphs, six have been at the
expense of the of the disappoint disappointing
ing disappointing Cerveza Balboa. If they can
succeed in tagging him with a
loss they will have come up with
a moral vicotyr s well.
Another in the series of facei
to-face battles for the batting ti title
tle title will be witnessed by the fans
again tonight. If statistics mean
anything the odds will be on Les
Peden to retain, and possibly in increase,
crease, increase, his first-place hold over
Hector Lopez. Why?
Imivm Luabke In practical
ly all af his appearaneas a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Beermen has bean
able to held Lepei to one hit In
each game. Haeter will hav
to pick up, at least, thrae safe safeties
ties safeties to remain In tha thick of
tho fight, assuming of course
that Podon wi pick up his
hare of baatblows tonight also
Carta Vieja't relief specialist,
Bill Slack, was, doing all right in
this phasa of pitching until he got

the job-again thla year but indi indicated
cated indicated last night he might not take
it.
, "The logical place for this year's
challenge round Is Forest Hills a
New York suburb, The captain

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For 1958
tas, the quarterback who led the
Baltimore Colts tl the National
Football League title, was fourth.
Turley received 41 first puce
votes and a total of 206 points.
Brown drew 16 first-place votes
and 98 points. Mqore received w
first-place votes and 93 points
white Unitas received 12 first-
place votes and 82 points.
Stan Musiai. St. uouis carainai
star, was fifth with 10 votes for
first and 52 points. Jockey Willie
Shoemaker was sixth won. two
first-place votes and 33 points. Bob
Pettit, basketball player for the
St. Louis Hawks, and Ray Kotiin Kotiin-son,
son, Kotiin-son, middleweight boxing cham cham-Dion.
Dion. cham-Dion. tied for seveth with 25 points
each. Tommy Bolt, the Open golf
champion was next with nine
points. Ted Williams of the Boston
Red Sox and Ernie eanKS oi me
Chicago Cubs tied with four points
each.
Turley is the fourth Yankee to
win the Hickok award. The other
Yankees who captured it were Phil
Rizzuto 1950, Allie Reynolds 1951
and Mickey Mantle 1956.
Brewings
the idea that he could carry ov over
er over his outstanding exploits as a
starter. Given a chance to start
against Marlboro on Jan. 9, Slack
pitched a good game but lost.
Since then he has been battered
with unusual regularity. The start
must have exploded the myth of
his invincibility.
This is about the time that fans
can begin thinking about their
choices for the most valuable as
well as the outstanding players.,
I would like to know what the
selections of the fans are. The
choice of best pitcher should be
an easy matter. Luebke all the
way. I hope no one disagrees.
Luebke has passed with flying col colors
ors colors our analysis and despite the
fact that he does not have the
best earned run averse I believe
he deserves the selection because
ot ms rauy outstanding 9-1 rec recordor
ordor recordor will it be 9-2 after to tonightthe
nightthe tonightthe majority of whichwere
route-going jobs, In other words,
imosi everytime ne was sent to
the hill he did a very good job.
mere nasn't been much mora
that manager Peden could have
asked of the southpaw.
While Brewer mlot Leon kell.
man will undoubtedly he blamed
ior tne uervesa Balboa's debacle,
Bill Shantz will be spared such
criticism. Marlboro's Stanford Ora
ham will also bo raked over the
coals for his club's failure to win.
In Kellmen's case it would be
a nice thing if those who feel that
he is responsible for his team's
poor showing to be specific in
tneir attempts to justify their 0 0-pinions.
pinions. 0-pinions. They should v be prepar prepared
ed prepared to tell a lot of things about the
players on this club wno Were ex expected
pected expected to .carry the bigger share
of the fight but failed miserably.

Athlete

Down Offer

Cup Team

can't sit in Lbs Angeles until fust
before the cup matches ana tnen
turn up in New York,' Jones said.
1 have much work in los Angeiei
and my first love and obligations
are to. Southern California tennis.
I sure will be glad to get home.'
Jones and his Players, tne nrst
U.S. team to wrest the silver tro
phy from Australia since li"4, sa-
thered to' Sydney last mgnt ana
left, for home this morning by
plane. They are scheduled tor a
two-day stop- in Honolulu for exhi
bition matches and are due in
Los Angeles next Monday.
Cites Mental Attitude
Jones said mental attitude was
a key factor in the triumph of
nis undedog team.
We didn't come to Australia to
get beat and now we're going home
with the cup," Jones aaid. "When
we gathered the team lat August
most people, including many lead
ing tennis' officials, just didn't
think we had the horses to win.
"That wasn't the way to ap
proach the tour. There's no sense
ir? coming to Australia just to go
through the motions."
Prais Players
Jones praised all his players.
giving particular credit to Alex
Olmedo, Barry MacKay and Ham
Kicnardson.
"Olmedo led our attack maenl-
icenUy," Jones said. "He's ven
better player than he showed
in the cup matches.
'Barry MacKay is one of the
finest team men I've ever met.
He was one of my invaluable as
sets throughout the tour and should
be our Davis Cup eaptain one
flay.
"Ham Richards-son was outstand
ing in the doubles match despite
his terrible disappointment at not
playing the singles. He threw ev everything
erything everything he had into the doubles
with Olmedo. No other team could
have won it."
CUNCLUB
NOTES
Cristobal
Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 4,
and the first Wednesday of each
month thereafter, the Cristobal
Gun Club offers night skeet and
trap shooting. Starting time is 7:30
p.m. aharp.-The-2nd, 3rdf ahd4jfli
Wednesday will remain unchanged
(tentatively) and snoooting begins
at 4:30 p.m,
So far, night shooting in the Cris
tobal Gun Club has been in the
experimental stage and has pro
ven to be just as much fun as
day time shotting. To all members
Who participated m this new pro project,
ject, project, thanks for a job well done.
On Sunday, Feb. 8, the Cristobal
Gun Club will hold a "75 bird re registered
gistered registered trappshoot". Registration
will begin at 9:30 a.m and shoot
ing will start promptly at 10 a.m.
An individual trophy will be pre presented
sented presented to the high scorer of each
event plus a trophy to the over overall
all overall high shooter in all three events.
Four trophies in all. There will be
a 50 cents entry fee for each event
and all birds will be registered.
25 targets from 16 yards.
25 targets from handicap yard
age (18 to 25 yards).
12 1-2 pair of doubles.
Don't forget the regular skeet
and trap shoot for Wednesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon Feb. 28. Win, lose, miss
or hit, these informal snoots are
the way to learn and a lot of fun.
B yjP S C A
NEW YORK Jan. 28 (UPI) -A
gleaming little stock and a tiny
white ball have made a "world of
diference" in the lives of a pair
of Irishmen nameA Christy O'
Connor and Harry Bradshaw.
Those are the implements of
their golfing trade. Without them,
and without the means for a for formal
mal formal education, these two might
have livefd out hum-drum worka workaday
day workaday lives on the Emerald Isle.
"But golf hag taken us. around
the world and provided us with a
well-rounded education .to boot,"
says O'Connor.
The two Irishmen represented
the Ould Sod in the International
Golf Championship at Tokyo a
year ago. It there that Brad Bradshaw
shaw Bradshaw suffered a three-day nose nosebleed
bleed nosebleed and was given tha last rites
by a priest befora O'Connor
nursed him through.
Win Canada Cup
So this year O'Connor, the Irish
Open champion, and Bradshaw,
the Irish PGA champion, teamed
up in the International lain and
at Mexico City beat the best in
the world to win for .Ireland, the
coveted Canda- Cup;''
Now, they are In New York
where, last night; thpy received
tha Mom Vnrb ttM BFlM tt
..... ...... & v 1 1. it .iv. a .
awarna as the professional cium

pions of tha world.

P' P tor: CONRAOO. SARCEANT; T Tfn

PANAMA roAceccitui'i .xd-j'.'t

Teams K M CV
Kings ...x 7
7 6
Marlboro ,a-3
Carta Vieja 4
Crvza Balboa 2
7
A u
"
3 5

Totalt .9 14 18 20 61 61
J TONIGHT'S GAME

At Olympic Stadium: Cervza BaJboa (Corrta (M) yi,

r Camo timw 7:30 ? 3
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT ?!
At Olyrnpi Stadiumj Marlboro 3. Carta Vfr

PACIFIC LITTLI LEAGUI
Taama ;
Lincoln Life
Gibraltar if
Elks 1414
Seymour Agency
W
4 1
li
2 S
5 4
I
Pet.
.800
.800
.667
.400
.333
.000
Spur Col a
Police
Elks 1414 I Spur Cola I
Up to the last inning. Spur Cola
was leading the Elks 1414 by a S
to i count. And the three rum
that Spur Cola tallied wr on one
hit.
The soft drinkers eeunted a sin single
gle single marker in the third without
a hit. They added two more count counters
ers counters in the fifth on the only hit
for them, a double by1 Hoenke. The
Elks opened the scoring in the sec
ond with two runs on one bingle.
However, in the last moing, the
Elks exploded with; fiva succes successive
sive successive bits and pulled the gam out
of fine with .three runs. ; v
Larry Brger opened with his
second double of the game, Poore,
BridweH ami-' Hummel! followed
with singles and Pitcher Leo Aus Austin
tin Austin helped his own cause by alaish alaish-ing
ing alaish-ing a double.
This win put the Elks back into
taming for the first half bunting.
Spur CoIa
r h
2 0
Hele, cf
Zelnick, 2b
Koenke, lb
Mikuilich, p
McCullough, 9b
Robertson, ss
Horsely, c
Williams, If
Pescod, rf
2
S
.3
S
3
Ella 1414
Berger, 2b
t
2
2
3
3
1
0
3
2
0
2
I
Poore, in
Bridwell, ei
Hummel, 9b
Austin, p
Voucher, rf
Gangle, rf
Fostaine, ss
MeGrath, c
Egolf, e
Van Loon, If
Adams, If
R4F R A LEX
'Tis a wondrous thing, what
golf has done for us," said Brad Brad-shaw
shaw Brad-shaw in his soft brogue. "Why,
for the first time, 1 had a room
on the 27th floor of a hotel."
Bradshaw at 45 is a portly man
who looks like a retired New York
City police sergeant." His father
was a pro back in tne days when
golf pros in the stiff necked social
caste of the British Isies were
held in less regard than a good
cook.
Lived On Course
"We lived on, a course and all
I had to do was roll, out of bed,"
he laugns. "waen 1 was mas
year old 1 scored the qrst of my
nine holes in one. That was on a
60-yard hole-downhill and down downwind."
wind." downwind." :
Now the pro at fabled Portmar
nock, near Dublin, Braasnaw
along, with O'Connor, was dined
and feted as result of their Cana
da Cup win. And be chuckles,
"to make a long story thort, it's
still going on." -, ..
O'Connor, a handsome, black black-haired
haired black-haired man, whoit ayes are as
blue as the lakes in his native
Killarney, Is 34 and' stiB can't bed
lieve tha. thines .which have nap
pened and are haDuenina to him
- las resun, ot,awt.j(ictorj!.
ico.

CB W L -Pctl ci
s ?4 o ui

8 21 9 .7fin
7 J7 14 ..448j4" U
aV A ti' .-
. i i 18 ,419.
TO 20 .333
Pacific uttli LiAout-
Teams
Seymour Agency
Gibraitar Life
Mutual of Oman
Kiwis
Police Juaiora

11

l i ft--' -v '7" J

!
J ."a
i-.i.

uymoa
Gibraltar Life 4 Saymourlf
when their star wnSSS
U 0ut Prk or" K
n homer. Tfei, w h firaTS
two home run. .ir5
to e game and accounted he iS
? Mye th, Gibraltar from tk tk-i
i tk-i 5 ibaeaosa tttiSeymr-

WWteei. fee ihm Slo-JLL'-

from, ,hjg. fielder, v
upnort;
Seynwor
Brogie, If
Gallardo, 2b
Yuzon. c
b rh
4 2 2
4 2 9
4 2i2
4 r
4 ti t
ill
4.1.4
I ?rD
3.,-3'.;i
5 2
Anguizola, A
wamace, 3b
Whitney, ,p
Williar, ci
Moses, as
Ostenso, H
Risberg, ss
lbratar
I
2
1
0 0
MaOaban, 2h
Jenkins B.,
Foster, 3b
Silen, c
Peterson, H
Romero, lb
Hilzinger, as,
BeardaU. rT
W. Jenkins, ef
Spencer cf
Whitehead, m
2 0
I 6 39
PACIFIC MINA
.. lAtlBAUVLIASUK.' 15?
r ana ma Insrance toes :
Tala Praea
y JOI REYNOLDS '"
ITiider the expert tntehinff ni SL
person, the Panama Tnin-.- nji
defeated Tastee Frees, l2-g.: Ejp
jpiuu ea up n amazing ree ree-ord
ord ree-ord of 10 strike-outs, the allowing
only 4 hits.
Durihf four innings thaL were
played, he made 83 percent of ,th
outs. Besides bekg a good pitcher
he can also hit that long half which
m always needed. Another young
man contributing much to the aue aue-cess
cess aue-cess of this team ia the catcher,
De la Garza. v, ,
He keeps his teammates on their
toes during the entuv; fame; Willi
a duo such tM m
could go on to win the champ.
iontship. .i i ;.-!-!.-WiV
Leading batters for tastee- Freea
were Osborn, Ostenso. and Smafl.
Small put up a good fight to keep
the Intsarancc Boys from 1 scoring,
with a record of strike-outs, fir firing
ing firing up only 4 runs.
Panama Insurance.
ab f'li
De-la-Garza, e
Badonsky. .cf
2
0, 2
3 r-i
Gomez, lb
Eonerson. 0
Holtsclaw, 3b
2
Rodriguez, rf
10
Dehlinger, ss
Yecum, 2b
.2
Jb 1
MJneny,-,a
Taal r,H.
weaae,' m
smalL p
Ostenso, e
Osborn, lb
t s.. ..
v.;
Jordan, rf.
Hicks, cf.::,wv';;if i -;oa
Hellmunct,; If r i tJ
nuce, to
j o;o

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WEDNESDAY1, JANUARY IS,

' TOT PANAMA AMERICAN All INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWS? A PI
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Ernie Voislev wbtAtiof brjL
font score to win the Ti JuJJ8
Open X CJurmpiPOship, ust last
week, arrived in Panama at 1:55
a.m. Tuesdarmorning to compete
hi thenflsgranaina Invitational

fcOpea. Goll-C3iannQpship. for-the

&ea grama s. 'Z'S
3ossler .sponsored., by thtf Pa Panama
nama Panama .-Insarajice Co&pany. ; twas
winner- of more than $15,000 dur during
ing during the 1958 PGA tourney season,
aid uwaa jiied vNfc-: U among ithe
money vtniiers. T' ? 1

; Accompanying, vossler was ma

ai Don January, wno also arm.

d to compete in the Panama in

vitational OpenY Jaftifary, sponsor
ed'by Cementb Panama" in bis

1959 annea'anr won ; morn than

f$H,000 in the 1958 PGA., season

and was No. 25. among the money

wonners. g-j.s. :
"5et Corner" M Lakeland. Fla

o is beina' .sponsored by ESSO

ot Panama arrived in Pana Panama
ma Panama amidst a fanfare of

ctnwratalationr"early Tuesday

morning, eooper, with a score "Of
283, just won the TV Colombian

Golf Open Championship in-1 Can,
Colombia.
With Coerwere"' Bob Watsoty

Fdwending champion of the Pana-

.ma Openstitle and 1958 winner of

a ranama inviiaiionai u p e n,
I 1 1 Al

wno iimsnea secona in me can
Open, and who is sponsored by

Coca Cola in his 1959 appearance

Bob Toski. who will be sponsored

by G;B.Fenton arid Co., of Cris-

tebal; Oswaldo de Vicenzo, who

will be sponsored by Chico de
Ore.- and Julio; Hernandei of Co

lombia,:. OswaldoVdg. 'V4cettt(f fin- i

M Roberto a yieenzo, two-tlmb

Panama: cnampion and heidei
th eourM record" at tha Pai
name Golf Club, arrvtd at 4
lM. Tuesday morning fr.em
South America and was oof1 en
this course early yesterday. He
Is sponsored .usual, by Vice-
W-Ciflarettes.

Arrivine at Tocirmfcn' "earJV

ffursday morning was Gedr'ee

ih frotessionabr nou Associa

Liiofi representative for y the 1959

Caribbean Tournament tour. In

ftojnpany with Hall were a group

of ten young North American pro professionals,
fessionals, professionals, all-new to the Panama
Invitational Open. but. accordins

to, Hall, all capable of running a a-wm.
wm. a-wm. fttm tha, field. Included in

tne group of pros who arrived to
Compete for the Panama Open ti ti-.tle.and
.tle.and ti-.tle.and the Seagram' Cun were

Thomas Strafaci; Johh Mahoney;
Gene.Borek;, Bob Hamrich 'Car-

roii Armstrong; joe Moore, Jr;?

n

LIJ

stefvvald

Am

tomorrow W

V. By TED WILBER ; V
The professional golfer of. the

1-year., 1958 PG chanjpion,.. and
jlyjler Cup point winner, Dow Yin Yin-terwald,
terwald, Yin-terwald, will arrive atTdcumeo

jwcport at 1:55 a.m. tommorrow

morning to compete in the 1959

Panama Invitational Open Golf

Championship for the Seagram's

Cup.

x.GK-y now FiNKTPPwai n

"ffinsterwaia. in a 1at miinnta

alShedule After being nresented

-with his ''Professi'ohalvrGolfer o!

itn Year" award at 1 the anflual

jnsetihg of the PGA attended ; by

top gou autnonne aod the play--
who roted him- the title, -held'
at the WaldorfAstoria Hotel in New
otki madea "fast dish' to fdle fdle-)oTd
)oTd fdle-)oTd International !"Ahport to catch

4h (plane for Miami. Finsterwald

imilying 'through to Tanama' to
iL nart r

compe e in int isoa ranama Upen.
lAjFmsterwald, at 29 yar of'" age

tha-youngest golfer to win'the coi

jwsted "Professional GWfer of the

afearv award, was winner of more
fiwn $35,000 during the 1958 PGA

tocrney season, and was fourth in
the list of moeny winners.
During his 1959 annerance in the

Panama Open, Dow will be spon-u

sorea oy oeorga F. Novey, Inc., Inc.,-and
and Inc.,-and the Miami Window Cofpora-

tioo w Panama.

''Bane' rrsettaiBiU jirfurth, Bob

a,uswortn,.-anavtsmy ooe. : .-. v
. Arriving;: oa Lt the -.same.- plane
with .Hall and the "young pros who
will show their wares to. the iocai
golfing fraternity were Herman
tJarronrne-timerwinner of the
famoui- $5d,0() Tam; ."O'Shanter
tourney e m, b ) f ni 1 1 1 V! tne
"World'a Chtmpiohship';; Ed Fur Fur-gol,v
gol,v Fur-gol,v former 'PGA 'Champion,' and
Joflnny Pott, also new to the Pa
nam scene.! Pott is rated one uf
the longest men in '.the game off
the" tee, along with Roberto de Vi

cenzo and Bob Toski.
Barron' will be sponsored in his
1959 : appearance by Cervecera
Nacional, Furgol, also a "retur "returnee"
nee" "returnee" to the Panama Open, will
be' sponsored by Cafe Duran, and
Pott will be -apoBSored' by CYR-CA-Four
Roses Whiskey.
"Another arrival with Hall was
Jos Conrad, former British Open
Champion who vis making '.anoth '.another
er '.another visit to the Panama Invitation Invitational.
al. Invitational. Open." Joe was here few
years ago, ahdflwilT be sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored this .time by Kent Cigarettes.
. An. -earlier arrival at the Pana Panama
ma Panama Course was Antonia Cerda,
former Argentine champion' and
1955 winner of the Panama Invi Invitational
tational Invitational Open. His 273 in the 1955
victory was only two strokes off
the record now. held jointly by

Sam -bnead and Bob Watson at

271. Cerda is being sponsored by
Hacienda Fidanime. Henry Casti Castillo,
llo, Castillo, of Miami, also a Panama ve

teran, is due to arrive early this
morning- Castillo is being sponsor

uj Wi i- rmipiui mugii id
his 1959 visit H
'Additional pi-os scheduled to
arrive early this morning, include
Miguel Sala, George Bernardino,
and Jaime-Victorino. Manolo Fer

nandez of Venezuela arrived late

yesterday afternoon. A
The amateur and professional
pairings for the 1959 Panama In In-YitaWonat
YitaWonat In-YitaWonat Open were drawn yes yesterday
terday yesterday and are published pefow.
F6r- the first time since the ad advent
vent advent of United States and foreign
professionals in the Panama Open
and the 'supervision Of George
Hall, representing the PGA, low
handicap amateurs, both visiting
and local, are paired with visit visiting
ing visiting professionals. In this manner,
top-flight amateurs will be able
to play with and compete w the
same pairings with famous inter international
national international golf stars.
As in past tourneys, the 3t
low-scoring amateurs wll be
eliminated from the pairings
but wli:, however, be allowed to
view, the remaining play, All tie
acores wlth n .the 34, low-scorers
and Visiting ; amateurs, -will re-
tnai. 'n the tournament.
ft The m ,ci r n i n g and afternoon
pairings for, all professionals and
amateurs entered in the 1959 Pa Panama
nama Panama Invitational .Open-, Golf
Championhigare listed,. below:
JcT,l?sCpANAMADPENa .

. .MORNING PAIRING S
,'';..''f "No. 1 TEE .'
8:00 Jim Annharico, (8), Rod Rodman;
man; Rodman; Burne Boxwell, (12) Gaines
yille Fla.; Henry C-; De Raps,
(10) Fort Davis.
8:05-Bill Duffus, (8) Rodman;
Howard S. Engelke, (8) Amador;
Don. Hause, (8) Brazos Brook.
8:l(U-Roy Glickenhaus, (12; Pa Panama;
nama; Panama; Albert Minor, (12) Ama Amador;
dor; Amador; Jim Riblett, (12) Rodman.
8:15 Frank Kaminske, (2) Fprs Fprs-gate,
gate, Fprs-gate, N. J.; Tony Jankus,. (2)
Summit; Norman Lewter, (3)
Gamboa.

t 8:20-iT. A. Clisbee, (f)

ma;rA,.p- Hurr- Panama;

vrcu ispuuusec y i ranaraa.
8:25 Frank Dav. f6r Summit-

Earle Gerrans, (5) Panama; Vince

uvuiuiia, 3) Amaoor-. x
9:bO-rPaul Moran, (7) Panama;
Clayton Murohv. (l Ammnr'

James DesLondes Sr., (7) ".Pana

ma;, uaDe Marquard 17) Brazos

oroox.

,.

1 i-. - ..."
f-h -v I y': If $ $

.1..

Plenty Of Baseball Action In Panama Armed Forces League 44

There was plenty of action over
lie weekend for the teams of the
Panama Armed Forces Baseball

League as they began their fourth

week of play.

In" Saturday night's game be

tween the Fort Kobbe Regulars

and the Fort Clayton Cavaliers,
the Regulars' star hurler Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Rosario seemed to have the
Cavaliers in hand as the' Kobbe
team picked up single runs in the
first and second imrngs. However

Fort Clayton's Stan Christian start'

ed the fifth inning with a homer

which opened the gates and the
Cavaliers continued to score four

more Tuns in the fifth inning and

five in the sixth inning.

Fort Kobbe had a rally started
In the eighth, but was able to score
only one run. Cy Brady, who went
all the way for the Cavaliers,

struck out the last two men to
retire the side. Final score, Clay

ton 10, the-Kobbe Regulars i.
The Regulars edged out the Fort

Amador Troopers 5-4 in an 'ex

citing game at Kobbe Sunday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon to tie Kobbe and Clay
ton for the nuraeer one spt in
the league.
r.
The Troopers g"t off- to an early
lead- and -picked up cue -run in
rhe first inning on lru off singles
by Irv Haynes and Dave Frit"
and a Kobbe error. Bob Castle-

n an hit a tremendous heme run
- the second inning to put tht
.madid- team furtnr out in tr-jn
The Regulars were shut out uy
til tLe fifth innin; by Amador t
pltcru, Marv Bareness. Antonic
Acevedc led off clit fifth with a

walk tnd after striKing out the
nex two men Barsness get Vi-

cent Medina to hit a fly ball to
leftfield but the ball was dropped
and Acevedo went to third and
then scored oa a single by Jim i
Weeks.
Frank. Demante came in the
e!ghth inning to relieve Moncada
for the Regulars and held the
Troopers scoreless in the eighth
and ninth innings.

...FOLLOW the crowd to the biggest bargains
; ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON!

ANTONIO CERDA

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ERNIE VOSSLER

Victorino,

Ga-

No. 10 Tm

S . A

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il A

I

8:00 a.m. Harvey Beall, (4) Pa

nama-M: GrChadwIck, (5) Gamr

ooa; a. compton,. ( Brazos

8:05 Johh Crichtofl, -6) ..Pana

ma; Jorge raz KOdriguez (5) Pa
nama; S. I; Schlegel Jr., (5) Pa
nama.
8:10 Jake VaUarind. no Psna.

ma; Jim r Wallace, W)" B r I z o s

urooK; w.. wieckhorst, W. (10) Ft.
Clayton. j. V v

8:15T?UOI5aS Jack, ) "?n-

), v.. m.8e, (3) ranama; v w.
Staats, .(7) Et'. Davis&a,
8:20 J. I. Kincaid, (6) Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; J. Dr. Massot, (7). Panama;
Frank Morrice Jr.-, 6) "Panama

8:25-C. R. Lilly, (7) Ft. Clav-ton,-
Jeffrey Kline. (8) Panama-

R..JE. "BDb'.' Medlnger, (;) Pana-

.9:00 David Leonard, (9 Pana Pana-rnn.J.,
rnn.J., Pana-rnn.J., Valla rino .Jr., fij).. Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; Lawry .Yaeger, (8) Amador.
Afternoon Pair'ngs
U;15 Ludwig Hakspiel, Colom Colombia;
bia; Colombia; jKiLlW .LeBrun, Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; Geortfe Rilnv Pnm.

.11:2 Mocjio Almillategui, Rod-

""ui: nnque sterling, Mex co;
Raymond Held, Ft. Dayis.
Bill Erfurth, -U. S.A.;
Maurice MuUer, Panama; Mano Manolo
lo Manolo Bernardez, Venezuela.

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an'iundo, Panama.

12:47 reie cooper, u.is.a.; ouv
Moore Jr., U.S.A.; Truman Con Con-nell,
nell, Con-nell, U.S.A. , ;

12:55 uon January, u. o. a.;
Robert L. Ellswortis, U.fj.,
me de la Guardia Jr, Panama.
1:05 John Pott, U.S.A.; Frank
"Babe" Urzetta, U.S.A.; Charles
MacMurray, Panama.
1:12 Antonio Cerda, Mexico;
Bill Boe, U. S. A.; H. W. Mitten
Jr., Panama.
1:19 Ed Furgol, U. S. Af J
Smooth, U. S. A.; Russell Chaff Chaff-man,
man, Chaff-man, Panama.
1:26 Roberto DeVicenzo, Argen
tina; George Bernardin, U. S. A.;
Gilberto Ochoa, Colombia.
1:33 Ed Oliver. U.' S A.: Ani-

bal Macarron, Panama! Gene

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'1:40 Dow Finsterwald; U. S. A.
R. M. "Dickie" Arias Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; Osvaldo DeVicenzo.fMexico
1:47 Ernie Vossler, U. S. A.;
Herman Barron, U.S.A.; John C C-MacMurray,
MacMurray, C-MacMurray, Panama.
1:54 Bob Watson, U.S.A.? Thom Thomas
as Thomas Strafaci, U. S.. A.; Miguel Sa Sala,
la, Sala, Colombia.
Post1 entries will be accepted
until 8:30 a.m. tomorrow.

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WOMEN GOLFERS AT
AMADOR
Last Thursday's "Three ,Club'
tournament for women at Amador
was as hilarious as it was a chal challenge.
lenge. challenge. The ladies chose their three
favorite Clubs and proved their skill
by turning in low nets.
Jean Sullivan won first place In
the first flight with a net 69, and
Pearl Trim came in second with
70.
In the second flight Mary Fal Fallon's
lon's Fallon's 69 won first place, with Mebs
Ausnehmer and Jean Hill tying .for
second place with ijo't.? Honors

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Paraiso Softball
Loop Opener Set
For February 16
Final arrangements are being
completed for the opening of the
Paraiso Senior Softball League on
Feb. 16 at 4:30 p.m. with Cafe
Harlem, piloted by Arnold Reid,
meeting John West's Trojans at
the Paraiso diamond.
This will'marR the first senior
Softball league oreanized in this
community since the majori'y of
Its inhabitants were transferred
from La Boca a few years ago.
The league is sponsored by the
Pioneers Dominio Social and Sport Sporting
ing Sporting Club and the business oDra
i?tions will" be handled by a board
of directors of which Edmond
w Johnson is nresiden. Other of of-"fieers
"fieers of-"fieers of this board are: John
jHoean vice-president: Wilbert

iGittens secretary -treasurer,
Garfield Parris commissioner.
Vnur tnamc will comprise the

league, and because of its reduced
number it is expected that all clubs
will be able to obtain the best play-

lers around. Games will be otayeo
t- w.j.. T,,nHsv ThursHav

ion mummy, auc.iuoj, j
and Friday of each week.
Several trophies and prizes will
ibe obtained to be awarded to the
Ibest teams as well as to the out out-l..r.iin
l..r.iin out-l..r.iin individual trtavers. Insu-

Igural ceremonies 'iltpJe
ieffaifs Wttfl leaomg r cuiniiiuiiivj
officials participating.
I HEADS POLO GROUP
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( NEW YORK (UPD Devereux
Milbnrn Jr., of Westbury, N. Y.,
fas been re-elected chairman of
the U. SyPolo Association for the
10th straight year.
We have just received a
large shipment of Lam Lam-bretta
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cluding including tires, tubes and
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Central 26-109 Calldonia
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FOR SALE
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AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
$270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
EVERLASTING BATTER!
Foto International
15$ Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
, Station.
TO GET JUPITER
. HUNTS VILLE, Ala. Jan. (UPI)
The Army will present a
Jupiter-C guided missile to the
Smithsonian Institution Jan. 31 to
commemorate the first annlvcr annlvcr-earyX
earyX annlvcr-earyX the launching of Explorer
I, the free world's first earth satellite.

FOR RpNT: Two bedrooms
apartment; made rn building,
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-7658.

FOR RENT: Apartment, one
bedroom, livinexoom, kitchen.
Ideal location. Next street from
4th of July Avenue. Calle Da Da-rien
rien Da-rien No. 14-21. Apply Apt.' 2.
'"FOR RENT: Completely fiir fiir-niihew
niihew fiir-niihew to bedroom apartment,
;j hot water! 'Campo Aleore, linen,
imsnei. rnone 9-3U(4. ;i
jfjOR RENT: Cool, screened,
'. fifVnishad apartment, 'one bed bed-"room,
"room, bed-"room, balcony, Bella Vista, $80.
Tel. 3-T701.
Jaitiei'-F. Byrnes, who has held
a greater variety of hicrh offices
han, gni jftaierlcan since tlie days
or jeirfison, gifs an- ouisposen
and Ultiinthitinf account tV public
services in his memoirs, "All in
One Lifetime." This book, which
covers nearly 50 action-fil'ed years
of his, career in public service was
placed iniicirculation .this week by
the (ffanal'Zone Lbrary
Byrnes held long membership in
both Houses of Congress; a s-?' on
(he Supreme Court of the United
States: was Secretary of Slate and
maste coordinator in the Execu
live Branch' of the Government
during the Second World War
Wherever these offices took him,
he was always at the heart of great
affairs. ' ,j
The complete list Tf tiev books
and their authors follows:
NON-FICfl6N The Greek Ex
perience. Bowra; All in One Life Lifetime,
time, Lifetime, Byrnes; Christianity and
Communism Cuninggim; How to
Improve Your Social Dancing with
the Fletcher Count System, Fletch-
eELMtter.' Earth anrl Sky, Ga-
mow; Speaking Spanish, Glnsburg;
All Hazel, Key; American Symbols,
Lehner: Blood of Freedom, Miers,
Western Ranch Houses by Cliff
May, Sunset; The Quickest Way to
Draw Well, Taubes; The Lost
World of the Kalahari, Van der
Post: Autobiography, Van Doren-
The Badge. Webh: The Rise of Mo-
i -v-,1 4 iiri1' 1 -:1
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FICTION The Ring Has no
End. Armstrong; The Other side
of the Coin. Boulle; The Gallow Gallow-elass,
elass, Gallow-elass, Breslin; One for the Road,
Brown; The Land Beyond, Gulick;
Ordeal, Prescott; Before; Noon.
Sender; Sitting w'- Dead, St'in;
EJit,turders ...in ..fh Suburbs
Vjvhers. -'
' 'Periodical articles on Panama
now available at the Library are
"Treasure Islands of Science."
'Houlletia Landsbergi Collected in
Panama," and "We Take to the
Hills" in the American Orchid
Society Bulletin; and "All Shark?
ire Dangerous," "in Popular Boat
ing. ,:
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. Saturday: 8:00 aJn. te 11:00
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FOR SAtti .'957 Plymouth
convertible. push-burton 1 trans transmission,
mission, transmission, power steering, power
brakes, radio,. 1 $.000 miles, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2989.

FOR SALE: 55 Mercury Mont Mont-clair
clair Mont-clair hardtop, Mercomatic, radio,
rear seat speaker, good shape.
Call urundu 3289.
FOR SALE: Convertible. Mont Mont-cUirMercury
cUirMercury Mont-cUirMercury 1955. whira wlrh
black .top, full power, duty paid.
3-1 f04 3-6943. ?
POR. SALE: 1954, Morris 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, duty paid, $550j 2 sets
encyclopedia; silver coffee-.tel
set. 84-4203.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick. excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Phone Navy 2226.
From 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Lavrence Velk
Sets Off Small
Scene At Capitol
WASHINGTON (UPI) --- Band
leader Lawrepce Welk set trfl a
small mob 'scne t a White
House party :Monday night even
though he dill murjyi musical re
quest from FresiaenL isemiower,
Welk, his "champagne music"
and TV entertainers, were the
featured enta tainment at a musi-
cale following a state dinner hon
oring Vice. President Kicnara m.
Nixon. They got more laughs and
appLu-e from the white tie of
ficial s t u U d e d audience than
have any group in recent years.
And, for the first time since the
Eisenhowers moved into the White
House, the President himself call
ed out : a .special request.
A oeampgWBifl:- was ennmg
the half hour rirBgram when the
Texas-born President from his
front-row chair called out:
"Don't you have "The. Yellow
Rose of Texas'?"
"If we don't we can aort of
make it un," said Welk with a
grin. :
itH; that the;" line:mtoiv
chestira kwmJtifa&M&jk num
ber led' By accordionist singer
Maurice Pearson. The .audience
began to clap In tune. But the mu
sic wasn't the familiar melody.
It turned out Pearson led the
improvising bandmen into a ver
sion of 'Yellow Rose" that he
learned in an accordion corres
pondence ,.. course when he was
seven years old.
"Wasn't that it?". Welk said at
terward when asked what hap happened.
pened. happened. "I thought it was."
Welk seemed to be having such
a good time at the party that be
didn't mind missing out on the
chief refreshment after the pro-

VaA U ChmP8! M?!LJ2 fact, that Reggie Schmidt .smashed
forbidden by his doctors to drfpkl" game in the teitiail game, the
champagne. -v i mMrW failed to win. losine by

TO VISIT ROME
LONDON (UPf) Queen Moth Mother
er Mother Elizabeth will leave on a pri private
vate private visit to Rome April 21. She
will stay at the British Embassy.
It is expected she will be receiv received
ed received by "Pope John XXIII.
we
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
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With' built-in Universal
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Panama
Colon
LAUNCH NIW ATTACKS
ALGIERS, v Jan. (UPI)
Algerian rebels have launched new
attacks against trains, buses and
bridges. The single casualty re
ported was a Moslem civilian, who
suffered a flesh wound when reoeis
waylaid a bus near Setif, In east eastern
ern eastern Algeria.

FOR SALE: Chinese ebony liv liv-ingroom,
ingroom, liv-ingroom, ten pieces, sold together
or separate. 34th St. No. 4-58.

FOR SALE: Mahogany double
bed, Simmons, beauty rest spring
and mattress, $60.00, Curundu.
4135
FOR SALE: New bunk beds,
full automatic washer, three
piece blond bedroom aulte wlrh
unpainted night stands, Albrook
Qtrs. 334-A, phone 86-3134.
Wonted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: 57, or 58,
Austin A-35. Phona 3-6526,
with or without duty.
DIABLO. BUSINESS
LEAGUE
WOMEN'S
Rudeshiems
Glidden Paints
Balboa Beerettes

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37 31
36Mi 31M
31 37
28V4 39V4
26 42

Shoppers
Rogers Rompers
Mountain Dew
Leading averages
Rudy 155, Schmidt 152,
Mitchusson 151
Mountain Dew 2, Rudesheim
Contractors 2
The lowly Mountain Dews nearly
dood" it when they gathered the
first two games in the winning
column, one by 13 and tne otner
by 34 from the League Leading
Rudesheims. In the nrst encounter
Mike Ward and Ruth Daniels team teamed
ed teamed up to carry the fight to the Dudy
Gals. When Mike cooiea on, rnmi
Borgis stepped in an she and Ruth
Daniels again set tne nuays aown.
The Rudesheims iparked, by
Gwenn Sack's 178, raa.jrpugh shod
over the Dews in the last game,
and gained a, split of the four
points. Mike Ward and Ruth Da Daniels
niels Daniels were the standard bearers
for the Mountain Dews with
identical 536 hdcp series. Four the
Rudesheims clicked off 500 hdcp,
Gladys Graham 539. Vi Russell 504,
Marty Weyeneth 509 and Gwenn
Sack 564.
GLIDDEN PAINTS 1,
SHOPPERS 3
The Shoppers picked up three
winnine bargains from the second
.1 nuAAk DaiTtft rioanira thp
sticks. Both teams tried to give
away the second point, but the
Gliddens outlasted the Shoppers
and took the marker.
In the niehtcaD. the Shoppers
chopped down the wood for their
best production of the evening and
finished with1 three points. Maxine
Nichols was the biggest producer
for the Shoppers with 531 hdcp
and Marge Roberts was close by
with .527 hdcp.
Fop the Gliddens, the two young youngsters
sters youngsters carried off the scoring honors.
Til Gunn 515, and. Reggie 'Schmidt
M0, both hdcp. Reggie feu 8 pins
short from a scratch 500.
BALBOA BEERETTES 4,
ROGER ROMPERS 0
The Roger's Rompers were flood
ed off the lanes by the smooth
flowing Balboa Beeretts for all
four. The lidlifter went to the Cer Cer-veceria
veceria Cer-veceria Cuties bv 152 pins featur
ed bv Bernie Roberts 183. The
next one was close but the Balboa
Beauties made it by 7 sticks.
Bernie Roberta and B. J. Nelson
came up; with good scores In the
last came, and down went the
Romners bv a century of pin
Four of the five winners, went into
the 500 hdcp Circle, Bernie Rob Roberts
erts Roberts 543, Mailyn Gaver S22, Mabel
Leslie 509 and B. J. Nelson 541
The highest mark for the Rompers
was tfhelma Lowande's 496 hdcp.
SCHOOL FOR LATIN AMERICAN
BOWLING LEAGUE
After a month's vacation, stu
dents of Gulick school returned to
the alleys with one thing in mind;
to win for their team and try o
get some of the trophies that will
go to the victors.
It seems like all the teams were
after Gulfpride, but in vain Gulf Gulf-oride
oride Gulf-oride won three points from Craw Crawford
ford Crawford Agfencies and with they vir virtually
tually virtually assure, themselves the first first-place
place first-place trophy.
De La Torre is to be thanked for
thre three points. He lead the oil oilmen
men oilmen with a 414 series and was
followed by Segura with a 411.
For Crawford ; Agencies Spiros
lead with a 399 and Miranda help helped
ed helped with 380 pins of his own. Marl
boro was trying to catch up to
to Gulnride but as the last hell
was rolled they were left out of
the race and no ware trying to
stay in second place.
Last Wednesdav they dropped
two points to National Radio and
would have lost three but they

FOR SALE: Pair adult rabbits,
excellent for breeding, two com compartment
partment compartment hutch. Telephone 3-2785.

FOR SALE: 5 inch yacht com com-pass
pass com-pass in brass binnacle, luminous
card, $25.00. 4 inch liquid beat
compass in wooden box, $15.00.
Phone. Balboa 2847.
FOR SALE: Beautiful pollers,
"Telco an Sombre". Different
patterns of open work. Aeasonably
priced. Phone 3-1482.
Dogs
Boxer puppies for tale AKC.
Phona 2-4258. 6 weeks eld.
RES
really worked in the last game to
salvage the two points they took.
For Marlboro, Chavez lead with
a 492 series and Gomez added hie
grain of salt with a 401.
For National Radio Hervey rol
led a 446 series and Hodge was
second with a 406.
One half game behind Marlboro
and looking forward to next Wed Wed-nehday
nehday Wed-nehday is Mercurio. The Jewelers
have a lot of confidence and may
displaced the No. 2 team in any
event it's going to be a battle.
Volkswagen didn't feel the same
way last week, for they took all
four points from the Jewelers.
Serna lead for the Carmen with
a 510 series and was closely fol followed
lowed followed by Stevens with a 502. For
Mercurio Garcia bowled a 439 and
Barnhart a 394.
Cerveza Balboa stayed in the
running for second place by taking
three points from La Mascota and
they find themselves 4 points
from second place, with two more
nights to play.
the Cerveceros who lead with
the highest scores werejiurkhalter
with 474 and Di. Paulo with 431
The haberdashers fought all the
way, and managed to salvage one
point with La Grange cutting 383
pins down and Ferreira roiling a
361 series.
TEAM STANDINGS
1. Gulfpride 52Vi
2. Marlboro 44Vi
3 Mercurio 41
4. Cerveza Balboa 40
5. La Mascota 32
6. Volkswagen 31V4
8. National Radio 31
7. Crawford Agen. 31V4
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Sports Briefs
REPORT BOAT SALES
NEW YORK. Jan. 28 (UPI)
National Motor Boat Show officials
reported today that crowds total totaling
ing totaling .415,000 wrote orders for $26; $26;-790,000
790,000 $26;-790,000 worth of boats, engines and
accessories during the week-long
show which wound up at the New
York City Coliseum Sunday night.
VARGAS AVID READER
NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (UPI)
Reuben Vargas, a 25-year-old
heavyweight from Richmond,
Calif., who meets Tony Anthony in
a 10-rounder at Madison Square
Garden next Friday, is an avid
reader who "dabbless" In such
philosophical matter as the works
of Plato, Spinoza, Kant and
Schopenhauer.
WINS TENNIS TITLT
MIAMI, Jan. 28 (UPI) Jack
Frost of Monterey, Calif., won
the Coral Gable-University of
Miami tennis championship Sun Sunday
day Sunday by beating Birger Folke of
Stockholm. Sweden. 6-1, 3-6. 1-6,
6-2, 6-1. Marie Martin of Australia
won the women's crofn.
STEELERS SIGN MATHEWS
PITTSTtroh (UPD Ray Ma Mathews,
thews, Mathews, one of the oldest players
on the Pittsburgh Steelers In
length of service, signed his 10th
contract with the Ntional Foot
ball League club Monday. Only
Ernie Stautner, a Steeler for 11
seasons, outranks, Mathews, who
plays offensive end.
SIGN TV BOUT
CHICAGO 'UPD Spider Webb
and Bobby Royd, a pair of Chi Chicago
cago Chicago middleweights, have signed
to meet in a nationally televised
10-round bout at the Chicsgo Sta Sta-'"iim.
'"iim. Sta-'"iim. Feb. 25. The third ranked
Webb knocked out the unranked
Boyo in the s'xth round in a pre previous
vious previous meeting. (
RYFF MEETS ANDRADI
NEW YORK (UPI) Light Lightweights
weights Lightweights Frankie Ryff of New York
and Cisco Andrade of Compton,
Calif., will met in a 10-round bout
at Madison Square Garden Feb.
12. while Gene Fullmer, the form
er middleweight champion from
West Jordan, Utah, has signed to
meet Wilf Greaves of Detroit in a
10-rounr" bout at the Garden Feb.
20. Both bouts will be telecast
nationally. 'm

FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters', in the Nueve Hipodromo
Urbaniaarion, across the Ramon
Racetracks All lets with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.

FOR SALE: Excellent let 900
M? between Ave. Federice Boyd
b New Balboa Boulevard
$25,000.00. (Phone 3-0351).
FOR SALE: Lot 1,066 square
meter in the best location of
La Crests, situated between "V"
Street and new street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. te 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 m.
FOR SALE: "Vallevi.w" in El
Valle. Concrete block home with
tile floors, modern plumbing and
tenanting plant. Completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. 5400 sq. meters with
fruit trees and a stream. Tele Telephone:
phone: Telephone: Res. Bal. 4202. Off. Bal.
2542.
FOR SALE: Properties in Santa
Clara, 6 to choose from, all fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Prices start at $4000.
Cucalen y Cia.. realtors. Phona
3-3330.
FOR, SALE: Commercial pro property
perty property on corner of automobile
row and. 'T streets, nets 11
of your Investment, $100,000
full price 340.000, mortage for
Impeetion. Call Cucalon y Cia,
realtors, phone 3-3330.
FOR SALE: Residence on Eute Eute-ble
ble Eute-ble Morales Ave. (El Cangrejo),
3 bedrooms, living-room, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, breakfast-room, glass cov covered
ered covered interior patio. $36,500
mortage of $9,000 inspection by
appointment only. Cucalon and
Co., realtors. Phone 3-3330.
Boats fir Motors
FOR SALE: New outboard beat
1 8' long for two motors. Built of
Dutch Marine Plywood. Call 3 3-7744.
7744. 3-7744. FOR SALI:-14" iberlessesl
beat. Excellent condition $18 -B
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Puerto Rican Woman Charged

In Kidnap Of
NEW YORK, Jan. 28, (UPI) -Mrs.
Asuncion Ortiz, 24, was for formally
mally formally charged today with kidnap kidnapping
ping kidnapping infant Johnny Tavarez, ap apparently
parently apparently because she hoped to hold
her common-law husband by giv giving
ing giving him a son.
The moaning Puerto Rican wo woman
man woman was taken by ambulance to
the Roosevelt hospital prison
ward for a physical examination
immediately after the early morn morning
ing morning booking. She complained of
being ill and was spitting blood.
If convicted of kidnaping, Mrs.
Ortiz can receive a sentence of
20 years to life in prison.
The 29-day-old baby's parents'
Jose and Doralisa Tavarez, said
they hope Mrs. Ortiz would re re-ceceive
ceceive re-ceceive 'a lot of assistance."
"But I can never forgive her for
this deed she did," the 31-year-
De Gaulle Summons
Cabinet To Work
On Hew Reforms
PARIS, Jan. 28 (UPI) Presi President
dent President Charles De Gaulle summon summoned
ed summoned a full-dress Cabinet meeting
today to rush wo it on a last batch
of reforms the government's em emergency
ergency emergency power, expire Feb. 5.
Premier Michel Debre and bis
ministers were meeting De Gaulle
at his official Elysee Palace re residence.
sidence. residence. Befor. reporting to his
chief, Debre scheduled a last-minute
.huddle with h.- cabinet in
his Hotel Matignon office.
Predictions were that tne xop
tonic under studv today would
be a basic change; In electoral
laws, for the france-wlde munici
nal WtiniT next march.
Debre has alrady warned all
government leadera to submitany
pet project they may have before
today's session.
But while De Gaulle held office
as Interim premier for a seven seven-month
month seven-month oeriod ending last Jan. 8,
he decreed so many profound
changes it was believed the min ministers
isters ministers bad -little left to suggest

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in the "Our Gang" movie series,
will be buried today following .a
coroner s jury ruling that the
man who shot him to death last
week acted in justifiable self de defense;
fense; defense; jt
The t jury's ruling ft b. n "d a y
brought dismissal of a murder
complaint against Moses 'Samuel
(Bud) Stilts, 38, who fatally wound
ed Siwtier, 32, jn an argument
over a 5D debt last Wednesday
Stitz, a Welder and former busi
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testified at an inquest that he shot
the onetime child star only after
"Alfie" had threatened him with
a knife.
Stiltz was arrested following the
shooting at tne San Fernando Val Valley
ley Valley ranch-style home of Mrs. Rita
Jane Corrigan, 38, former wife of
movi stuntman crash Corrigan.
Tavarez Baby
old Dominican-born mother said.
Johnny was reported getting
along well at Roosevelt Hospital
where he m being treated for an
upper respiratory infection and a
mild infection of the intestinal
tr.ct. He was expected to be well
enough to be taken home next
week.
abduction after her arrest early
yesterday told authorities she de
cided to steal a baby to replace the
stm-born child she gave birth to
last Tuesday.
"R was because I lost my own
baby," she said.- "I had to make
it up- to my husband,
Mrs. Ortiz has two sons and a
daughter by two previous com-
monlaw husbands. Police said
they believe she wanted to bind
her present husband, Angel Ortiz,
to her by having his. child.
Cabinet Member
Clears Uo Charge
Against US Bakers
WASHINGTON (UPI)- A mem member
ber member of President Eisenhower's
cabinet -says most bakers use
fresh, wholesome eggs, in their
batter. u
Arthur S. Ftemming. secretary
of health, education and welfare,
told a news, conference he. didn't
mean to uiacxen tne good name
of the baking industry recently in
his announcement of a crackdown
on the 'incubator-reject racket;?'
Flemminc had said the Food and
Drug Administration would move
In on bakers who use rotten eggs
In their nrndueta. t' C-

That brought the baking indus industry;
try; industry; bouneinz to its feet in protest.

Ffemminj Monday had iv this to
say: . r .-' ;. ':'
VW are glad to say that those
hakere who da bur these eggs con-

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industry: We knotf that most bak bak-ing
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stocks moved irregularly at
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MILLER WINS AWARD
WFW VflRK fUPn Th Tffa
tional Institute of Arts and Let
ters announced today that play
wright Arthur Miller had been cho
sen winner of ita gold medal foi
drama tor 1959. Miner, husoann 0
actress Marilvn Monroe, won thi
Pulizer prize in drama for "Deati
of a Salesman" in 1949.
bout the quality of their ggs and
other materials."
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to be a million dollar business, i
is quite email,' of course compare)
to the total volume of eggs ;use
by tne legmmate industry'
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WASHINGTON Jan. 28 (UPI) Russia stands a good chance of overtaking the
United States economically but not in the 12 years predicted by Soviet Premier Nikita
S. Khrushchev, U.S. officials said today. . 4
They said Khrushchev's forecast was based on a too-rosy view ofth S6vst pro pro-4
4 pro-4 duction potential. The experts doubted that the Soviet Union can score th eight per percent
cent percent a year gains Khrushchev mentioned.
U.S. officials said that because it is b igger both in area and population, the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union eventually might surpass the United States in total production.
They added, however, that it wsuld b e difficult to foresee the day when the aver-
Soviet citizen would enjoy as higft a standard of living as the averags ; American.

. it pctimated thatias the size of a nation's econ

If Russia could achieve eight,
percent a year expansion and
the United States continue to
move ahead at about three per percent,
cent, percent, the Soviets might achieve
economic parity in about 20
years.
The experts doubted that the
eight percent annual Soviet ex expansion
pansion expansion could be achieved be because
cause because of the difficulty of sus sustaining
taining sustaining a big percentage gain
John Mayles Heads
Talented Casl
For The Mousetrap
iCastins for the Theatre Guild's
tortuon of "The Mousetrap
s been completed, and rehearsals
hre under way at the Playhouse m
Sicon.
John Mayles, long a favorite of
Theatre Guild audiences, heads a
east composed of talented perform performers
ers performers from Panama and the Canal
Zone. Other members are irginia
McDuff, Shirley Meyer, Lynda
Geyer, C. F. H. Hull, David New New-Man,
Man, New-Man, Roy Glickenhaus, and Brian
rjrThe Mousetrap is a thriller by
ifcatha Christine about a group of
Strangers stranded in a boarding boarding-house
house boarding-house during a snow storm. One
Of them is a murderer. The play
is superb intrigue by the foremost
mystery writer of her time.
"The Guild production is being
directed by Gene Simpson, who is
well known to local theater en
; ct sh directed "Bus atop
and last year she
the mother in "The
Reluctant Debutante."
"The Mousetrap will open for
peek's run about March 1.
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The limited lniormauon
available here does indicate,
however, that the Russians
have been, scoring bigger relaj
tive gains-than the United
States. They said Russia has
probably averaged five to
seven percent growth annual annually.
ly. annually. This country has grown In
the 20th century at an aver average
age average rate of three percent.
Meanwhile Russian peasants
pledged themselves at rallies
throughout the land today"' to
carry out Khrushchev s program
to outproduce the West and win
the world ior uommumsm.
Mass meetings at factories
and collective farms hailed the
spvfln-venr economic develop
ment nlan which Khrushchev
laid before the 21st special Com Communist
munist Communist Party congress yester
day, the state radio reported.
Thev pledged to over-fulfill
their quotas.
Khrushchev told the con congress
gress congress that war can be elimi eliminated
nated eliminated by peaceful economic
competition.
But he warned that the
enormous forces of the Com Communist
munist Communist world "can rebuff the
imperialist aggres s o r and
crush them if they unleash
a new war."
He added that Russian inter
continental missiles lire now in
mass production.
The congress' 12(59 voting
delegates met today inside the
Kremlin to voice agreement
with Khrushchev's boast that:
1. The seven-year plan plus
production increases : in other
Soviet camp nations would
bring their output to more than
half the world's total.
2. Other countries will see
the superiority of Communism

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WASHINGTON. Jan. ,28'i- (UPI)
The Armv told Congress today
it could not maintain a strengw
of 870,000 men without a four-year
extension of the draft.
The Navy, Marines ni Air
Force do not use, draftees. But
they told the Htouse Armed Ser Services
vices Services Committee they ..need the
draft law as a stimulus for volun volunteers,
teers, volunteers, i,
The committee lieard from Gen.
Maxwell D. Taylor; Army chief of
staff; Gen; Randolph McC. Pate,
commandant of the Marine Corps;
Gen. Curtis Er Lemay, Air Force
vice chief of staff, and Adm.
James S. Russell, vice chief of
naval operations,
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lective Selective Service has provided the
Army with more than 2,300,000
men.
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He noted that the current plan
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30, 1959. Taylor said it is difficult
to predict how big an Army couia
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to support the army required with without
out without Selective Service."
Pate; said that without ,a draft,
enlistments in the Marine r Six
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ly would drop to the poirt where
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School IntegrtriionjMonday
In Virginia s .Biggest City

NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 28 (UPI)
on the threshold of Integration
Barrinc a last-minute legal

devised action from, the state level, 13 Negro students will walk

into six previously-white schools
started May 10, 1956.
Federal District Judge Walter

struck down the Norfolk City Council's last-ditch plan to with withhold
hold withhold funds and close every high and Junior high school in the

sprawling shipping and naval center of more than 450,000.

Hoffman, in granting an

close schools, said it clearly was designed as an "evasive scheme
for the purpose of avoiding integration."

School Board chairman1 Paul
Schweitzer immediately announced
the city's schools, including six
closed last fall under Virginia s
now-extinct "massive resistance
laws, will open Monday for the
second semester.
"The decision ust rendered by
the court indicates we can now
leave the rough and rocky road
we have been traveling for the
smoother highway of tolerance,
good judgement and community
cooperation," Schweitier said.
Meanwhile Southern Democratic
senators offered their solution to
the school integration dispute a
proposed constitutional amendment
to assure states and localities full
control over education.
Sen. Herman E. Talmadge (D
Ga.), who headed the list of eight
Dixie stionsors of the amendment
said it would avert the "unparal "unparalleled
leled "unparalleled catastrophe" of wholesale
school closings.
The amendment would need the
support of two-thirds of Congress
and three-fourth of the 49 state
legislatures. It shaped up as the
South's counter-proposal to a wide
ranee of civil rights bills either
before or being prepared for Con Congress.
gress. Congress. v
Sen. Richard a. Russeii (u-ua.j,
although not a co-sponsor of the
resolution, praised Talmadge and
charged that the Supreme Court
had become "almost sadistic" in
its determination to force school
integration on the South.
Russell said the segregation
crisis was "the greatest problem
that has confronted the people
of the Southern states In almost
century." Talmadge, he said,
was acting In a sincere effort to
find some solution."
Northern liberals in both parties
are oushine for broad action in
the field of civil rights, including
legislation to back the Supreme
Court's school desegregation ruling.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) has Intro Introduced
duced Introduced a "modest" package de designed
signed designed to extend the life of the
Federal Civil Rights Commission,
iHve the Justice Department sub-
pena power in voting right rases
and create a Federal mediation
service to help Iron out civil rights-
disputes.
President Eisennowers civn
rights program has not been sub
mitted to congress yet. mi me
Chief Executive and other admin
istration officials have indicated it
will include extension of the com
mission s life and the subpena
features of Johnson's program.
One unanswered ouestion aboul
the President's program is wheth
Americans Cauqhl
Gaminq In Mexico
Still in Prison There
TIAJUANA, Mexico Jan. 28 -riTpn
Scores of American tou
rists, caught in a raid on a gambl gambling
ing gambling casino at nearby Rosarito
Beach, today awaited disposition
of their cases by Jlexican autho
rities.
About 60 Americans were de
tained Monday when 100 Mexican
soldiers, led by federal agents,
crashed into the casino of.the Ro Rosarito
sarito Rosarito Beach Hotel, 17 miles south
nf this border town.
They spent the night in jail here
awaitine a review ot tneir cases
bv Judne Eduardo Langle Marti
nez. Gambling in Mexico is a mis
demeanor.
The aeents said they collected a
total of $11,568 in cash, $18,690 in
checks and $99 in silver, but one
of the Americans, John Nealis,
said he alone lost $14,000 in race
track winings from his pockets.

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today.
maneuver or some stlll-to-JM-
Monday, ending a legal battle
E. Hoffman late yesterday
order loroidding the council to
er it win revive so-called "section
three" of the administration's 1957
civil rights bin.
Section three would permit the
Justice Department to enter ci civil
vil civil rights cases at the request of
citizens who felt their rights were
being violated. The department
could seek court orders to stop
such violations.
The Senate scrapped section
three when it approved the bill
that set up the Civil Rights Com
mission.
Talmadge's proposed change in
the Constitution would declare that
"administrative control of any pub
lie school, public educational ins
titution or public educational sys system"
tem" system" is vested solely in the state
or political subdivision which oper
aies ii.

SS Mariposa's Admiralty
Suit Vs. PC Under Way

A long-delayed suit in admiralty
against the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company got underway yesterday in
U. S. District Court at Ancon.
The suit has been brought by
Mariblanca Navegacion. S.A., of
Panama for alleged damages on
June 19, 1955, to their vessel the
SS Mariposa while transiting the
Panama Canal.
The Mariposa, while making a
daylight transit, passed another
vessel in the Empire Reach of
Gaillard Cut.
Nerves May Spring
Rocker Terry Dene
Front Army
NETLEY, England. Jan. 27
(UPI) Rock 'n' roll rifleman
Terry Dene may end his Army
career before he really "gets start
ed. Nerves.
Dene, 20, a guitar-playing, hip-
wiggling singer of television and
stage renown, was drafted mto the
Army last Thursday with a fan
fare of publicity.
On Saturday, during a converse?
tion with a sergeant, he broke
down and sobbed, "I shall never
make a soldier."
He was rushed to the hospital
with what the Army called ner nervous
vous nervous breakdown. Word today was
that he might be mustered out
shortly.
A hospital spokesman, who de declined
clined declined to be quoted by nime said
today a preliminary report by
Army psychiatrists described Dene
as an "immature personality."
"A soldier with this kind of
diagnosis, "the spokesman said,
"is usually discharged within two
weeks."
But the hospital commandant,
Col. John McGhie, said, "It is too
early to say whether Dene is suit-,
ed for Army life or not."
McGhie, a psychiatric expert,
added, "there's very little wrong
with the boy. I can't keep him in
bed more than three or four days
It's only a minor case of nerves."
At the time he was drafted he
was making $1,000 a week and ap apparently
parently apparently was working up to a new
peak in his career. As a recruit,
he is paid only $4.20 a week.
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BALTIMORE, Jan. 28 (UPI
Democratic Sen.. John F. Ken
nedy predicted' today that the.'
"question M attitudes will prove-
to be more important in improv
ing or worsening relations be
tween the .United States and La
tin, America than, dollars, tai'Jfs
and treaties of friendship.
" Unless we in the United States
re-examine our .attitude toward
Latin America, there is little value
in re-examining our policies and
programs, he; said
Kennedy participated in a con
ference on the economic crisis in
Latin America, sponsored by the
School of Advanced International
Studies of the Johns Hopkins Un University.
iversity. University.
Kennedy warned:
"If we take our western hemis
phere friends for. granted, if we
regard them as worthy of little at
tention except in an emergency,
u we patronizingly refer to them
as our own back yard. .if we
persist in throwing a wet blanket
on all of their proposals for eco
nomic cooperation and dispatch-
mg Marines at the first hint of
trouble then the day may not be
far off when our security will be
far morei endangered in this area
than it is In the more distant corn-
Immediately after the second
vessel, passed, the Mariposa,
northbound, went out of control
and struck the east bank of the
Cut.
The suit, asking $172,000 in da
mages, charges the Canal pilot
with failure to make proper use
of rudder and anchors to avnid
striking the bank, and also rha
umi one puoi ordered the vessel
to pass too close to the east bank
ai uiai point.
The Mariposa, a relatively new
cargo carrier of 6,072 gross tons,
is of Panamanian registry At the
time of the accident she was com commanded
manded commanded by Cflpt. A. Kokinis, of
ureece, wno journeyed from Hum Hum-burg,
burg, Hum-burg, Germany,, to testify for the
ampying iirm. ... v
J. F. Diets, presently of Niiw
York City
Vas Canal pilot at
the time. He has
aiso returned
to the Canal Zone an a wltnoc
for the Panama Canal Company
Attorney T. T. Daly is acting for
me lanai. ine shipping firm is
represented by Edwin Longcope,
of New York, in association with
Van Siclen, Ramirez & de Castro
or Panama City.
The first day's session before
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe was taken
up with the reading of extensive
depositions of various ship's of officers
ficers officers who served on the bridge or
aecK oi me. Mariposa at the time
of the accident,
The trial is expected to go on
for several days.
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ers of the earth to which we havef
given our attention.
"If wo pert st in ..believing
that all Latin America, agitation
is Communist inspired that
every anU-Amorkanr voice U the
voice of Moscow and that
most citizens of Litinf, America
share our dedication to on ami-
communist crusade to save
what we call free enterprise for
the free world then the time
may come when wo will loam
to our dismay that our enemies
not necessarily their : enemies,
and that our concepts of prog progress
ress progress are not yet meaningful in
their own terms.
"A policy- Oi non-intervention
does not tie our hands completely
with respect to dictatorships in La
tin America or anywhere else in
the wond.5v
"We should not attempt to in influence
fluence influence voters in their choice oi
governments but we should al always
ways always indk'at our hope that they
will always have an opportunity
to make such it choice that we
are not indifferent to human
fights and that we look with
favor upon the emergence and
continuance' of free governments.
"The recent performance by
our government and the British
in Cuba illustrates our lack of
vision in this matter.. Both our
sense of judgement and our of
ficial prophecies were very wide
of the mark.. But more important
the record shows- : unmistakably
mat both our assistance and our
moral authority helped to sustain
General Batista in power.
Our policy of non-intervention
was not only a fiction, but It was
also weighted in favor of an op
pressive regime whose. persecu
tion and brutalities far exceed the
retributions of the Castro regime
Gronchi Calls In
(Former Premiers
For Consulialioni
JROME,- JanY 28 (UPl)
Italian President Giavanni Gron:
chi today called in six of the men
who have tuled Italy since ths war
for consultations on forming a new
government; s
It will not be an easy task Pre
mier Amintore Fanfani's govern government
ment government fell Mqnday after less than
seven months', in office.; His mi
nority coalition split apart when
Socialist factions deserted him for
being too right-wing and members
of his own Christian Democrats
failed to support him because they
thought him too far' left..
Fanfani and five other postwar
premier see Gronchi in a series of
meetings beginning at 14.45 GMT
todav. :
They include wartime provisional
Premier Ferruccio Parn, Guisep Guisep-pe
pe Guisep-pe Pella, premier in 1953 and 1954,
Mario Scelba. 1954 and 1955, An
tonio Sgeni, who took over from
Scelba until 1957. and Adone Zoh
caretaker oremeir from May 197
until last May's general elections.
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In -recent vearsJ'T.aViii Amrf.J
V9 hfiA ha.ll fhM 4-;. .
Wate Department. th MvuiKi.f x
w.j v tcracr -umciais a DO tOO Of-:
'..& the haven for amhi RftAitftF nil:.
1pm ihan tnn.flichf mrti; a&
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eut na toe -.Americanized, witl
au too iiuie contact WKn inc leaiw
ers of the future, labor, students, v
smau Dusinessmea ana tne grow-1
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mitted the organization of Am-1
oriean states to wither in back
seat role, .oncerned much of the
tlmo with bnimpvrtanf poUekft
and briefings ramor than rgai t
consultations.
, "We know-rr surely ougftt
know that Latin America is cer
tainly as essential to our security
ob ouuiireasi isia; mat IMtn Am-
erica is also olaeued hv
instability and Communist politick
ai -ana economic warfare and'
that Anti-Americanism v ara i
strong ther a in nth-
the world.' Yet our 20 Labn Ami
encan neighbors-have consistent.'
ij icteivea less man mere to fivr
nSrot,cr tweiP aid budget J
The basic issue, is whether w
are going to approach the futur
togemer or separately. .it is not
a matter of cost to the United;
States. A small sum spent now
may save us billions lato'V t
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