The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
Donor:
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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
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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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12nd TEAR
PANAMA, R. P,f THURSDAY, JANUARY; S, 1957
FIY1 CIHT9

IT. GEN; WILLIAM 1C HARRISON (leftV. chlRf of the CarK-
beaii Command,' Arrives at. the. reviewing stand this morningr:
for th farewell parade and review: given in his honor at Al-i;
brook Air Force Base. Harrison's aide, Capt, Russell Craig,
kolds the door for the general who received the salute of his,;
command before his departure! ior th United. States .tomo?-..

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Colorful

MarksJorhvMi

For Gen:
Some 250men f the Cwlb Cwlb-.
. Cwlb-. beaa Coinmand ald.feodbye
th3s morning to their com com-"
" com-" mandern-chtef, Lt. Gen- WU,
1 am K. Harrison, in a colorful
iStoTH Albrook AFa-t1;
The large crowd of spectator
included almost every diplomat
in Panama a well as GovvWit
liamX Potter of the Canal Zone.
U After a 15-gun salute jud i rot;
ties and flourishes. Gen, Har Har-rn
rn Har-rn jumped into a ieepawhich
was provided with "Peciw
h srjecUtor's rail for the
; SvenSS sundlng passen passen-..
.. passen-.. gers.'v..'V.' '."hi
I: : The jeep carrying theneral
olcKed up the commander of
?roopv:Col, Peter peccom peccom-.
. peccom-. mander of the 5th AAA -standine
together, the t wo
: drovt along toe Impressive ranks
Sf soldiers,- sailors,- airmen and
marines.- V:r.
Vlsiling American v
Passenger In Truck
Killed hi E! Real :
- a timber" truck overturned
Dec. 31 and killed an American
Boy Scout. vlsiUng in Panama
Z-but details of the fatd acci accident,
dent, accident, were, unavailable, until to-
The Victim, aO-'r-idBf.v'd
-tee Stewart, of Winston-Salem.
N C- was burled in SI Real, the
site of the accioeni. ;- r
(El Real la located. In JDr
T r o t ince, approximately l
ml'es from Panama City).
The report of the joatha
death was verified last night by
the US. Embassy here.
pavmond Spence, a clvBlan
techiilral rspresenUtive with
the U.S. Air Force at Albrook
Air Force Base and an amateur
radio ooerator, said that verifi verification
cation verification had included: .:'
Stewart was riding the truck,
operstM by another American.
when the truck turned over (?
killed the Scut in.tntlT. Two
ether Prouts, Frsnk B'rdww nd
Bill Celano.' were uninjured
or were not riding the truck.
Thv re assumed to still be at
El Pea.
.11 three had com" to an an-'
' an-' ms frcn vnam with a fourth
e-inwh has s4re r-ed to,
he 8"tM. 1
Soberinq Deed
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lunk. jan. j in -ni-ji),
ed by his rescuers -hy be rvo.f

to hifhdive onto the icy F.ait Rov-j

rT f I esterda'' Jo Galani, 4. geaman. teteran CommUsarv j C. Vanterpool. Leonardo E. Mul Mul-vn
vn Mul-vn .meat cotter prently-ema'oved rrave. Lawrence R. Baptiste.
-It the best ry 1 know Jo so- 'at the Mwint Hop Dairv, the Georrt L. Douglaa, and Victort Victort-fcfr
fcfr Victort-fcfr P- ,'- Icourge began November 19 and no GariU A-

Revew
Harrison
On their return to the re reviewing
viewing reviewing stand,. Harrison was sa saluted
luted saluted by an "officers center,"
formed bv a 6lid souare of of
fleers Of the ifourv services .who
walked toward- the general with
one corner of the square leading
their approach. They saluted and
presented colors beiore retiring.
. Before the exercises' closed
with a parade of troops, Bar-'
rison : made few brief re remarks
marks remarks to his men. He said be
hoped they would never have
to go to war, "But if. we do,
We must be ready." ,,- ', ,-An
An ,-An interested spectator at the
review was Harrison's successor,
LtwGen. Robert M, Mortfl"te
who was welcomed at Quarry
Heights earlier with military
honors;;
. 'The program brlginally plah-
ned for Oen.. Montague had to
be changed, due to the late ar arrival
rival arrival time of the SS Panama en
which he was to reach the Isth Isthmus."
mus." Isthmus." V ; .- :.- '. ; j
Two Panama cabinet mem members',
bers', members', attended the 'review:
Max Heurtematte Minister of
Government and justice, and
Roberto Heurtematte, comptrol comptroller
ler comptroller General, chief of protocol,
Camilo Levy Salcedo also at-,
tended. : ; .. r

Jen End Commie M so f cutting
Course; Didn't 'Cuf Class

, Ten men formerly employed
in th wholesale meat trades
of the Commissary Division,
recently completed a six weeft
course in retail meat coiling
and have been reassigned to
the aneat erttons of tbe Com Commissary
missary Commissary retail stores and 'varV
m Service. Centers In lk(
Canal Zene. : i
The course of training was an
example of efforts beine made
in-various Panama Canal units
in assisting emnloyes beinr as as-sirned
sirned as-sirned to new jobs as a result
of the major force reduction at
the end of the year.
Last -August a pollcys state statement
ment statement N was issued coverln the
utilization and training of em employes
ployes employes affected by the force re re-dnctkn
dnctkn re-dnctkn wcrdi'res in wMch it
w?s ststjfd that etioloysd mov moved
ed moved to new positions would be
eiven time to l3rn their hew
I jobs and that all rompany-Gov-
ernment trainln? facilities would
miee avaike in
S"ch 10b trainlne
conduct -
under the directum of arr?

CristobalRams
VenezuelaShip
In N Y. Harbor

NEW YORK, Jan. S (UP)
A Panama Line ship with 145
passengers aboard and a Vene Venezuelan
zuelan Venezuelan vessel collided "in per perfectly
fectly perfectly clear weather" at dawn
today off the entrance to New
York harbor, the Coast Guard
reported. - t
He said the collision was
not "too serious" although the
9,978-ton Cristobal of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Line had plates and rail railings
ings railings smashed on her port side
and had to.be towed to the'
Todd Shipyard for repairs by
a Moran Towing Company
tug. : v
, The other ship the 4,978-ton
Ciudad do BarquiSimeto, pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to the- Harbor from the
collision scene off Ambrose
lightship under its own steam,
he said. There were no injures.
The Cristobal was en route
here from Panama. The Vene Venezuelan
zuelan Venezuelan ship was departing,
Former CZ Residcnl
Celebrales 100!h
Birthday In H. M.
Mrs., Deris Schlominsr former
Balboa resident and mother of
Capt. Hans M. Schlomlng, retir retired
ed retired Panama Canal pilot, recent recently
ly recently celebrated her 100th birthday
anniversary, according u arr ac account
count account in an Albuquerque New
Mexico newsoaper. ;
Hearty and vigorous as ever,
Mrs. f Schlomlng marked f the
passlhg of the centur with her
customary dally walk, and a
birthday family party.
According to tne newspaper
article, she a takes a walk every
day, weather permitting, and Is
an avid smoker. a (
1 A nuttvw nt, Hov ."Vnrft .ntv
mrs. Schlomlng lived In the. Ca-
hali Zone wi th her, son -a n d
dauter.riri-iw,from 192S Amtll.
U948 when .CaDtain,v:. Schlomln?
retired, from canai service ana
mode his hom in Albuauerque.
Prior to 1928 she lived in Den Denmark,
mark, Denmark, Austria, Germany, Switz
erland, and France, s i
CaptL Schlomln? was horn fn
Staten Island, .New York and
was employed with the, Canal
organization in 1923. He was a
Canal pilot from 1926 up to the
time of his retirement. 1
go far as, knowtf locally, Mrs.
Schlomfna is the only former
resident 'Af the Canal 7ono : to
attain 100 years of age, although
mafiv have passed their 90-year
Monty On Way;::
To $ettIe Joint-:
Cemmand,; Probfem
ETTA.' Malta. Jan. S (UP)
An Anglo-American dispute o o-vef
vef o-vef who will command the joint
Mediterranean fleet has arisen
front the new A'Wcan defens
nlan for the Middle East, In Informed
formed Informed sources said todnv.
ii The """(,es renortMl thatfo thatfo-puty
puty thatfo-puty SHAPE Commander Field
Marshal' Viscount Montgomery
of Britain' will arrive here soon
on a "Peace Mission" to straight straighten
en straighten out the tangle.
"informed sources learned that
the new American plan for Mid Middle
dle Middle East defense Includes an A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan in command of the
NATO fleet, now led by British
Admiral Sir Ralph Edwards.
continued until December 28. It
was conducted for two hours
each day In the wholesale meat
section of the Mount Hope Cold
Storage plant and at the end of
the training period, each of the
new meat cutters was presented
with a special certificate by R.
E. Cox, Executive Assistant of
the Commissary Division."
t Since all of the new meat cut cut-tera
tera cut-tera had been previously em employed
ployed employed in the Commissary whole wholesale
sale wholesale meat section, they were, ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the basic elements
of their trsde.
During the trsaing period,
however, they were instructed
la the proper method of trim trim-wilnr
wilnr trim-wilnr and cotting roast,
steaks and chops in the TJ.S
atyle; rev'ewed the principles
f safety and sanXat.'on:
learned to order from the
wholesale sertia and receiv received
ed received instrwtion oa th meiiiod
of han4i nr non-beef Items.
HiOie taun the course were
Lewis O. Charles, prince Ben-
rett, CJyae c. crosaaie, veracn
R. Perrv. Julian Archer. Stanley

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"THIRD TRANSIT FLAGS" flew

raflores Locks this morning..' VJir Navy and Marine guards; ,werov stationed Ipre, aft and. on .-the
the .-the bridge of both vessels. . ( .'."V i ' CV"

SOVIET TANDEM The Admiral' Senyavin," right, with load
Nlkolay Ostrovsky, with canned fish, fitted easily into Mlraflorts

New 85th Congress Converges To Cope
With Civil' Rights. US Mid-'East Policy

.TetrrnjriTrtM .Ttv 51 7ITP1
The Democratic controlled 85th
Congress convened today to
wrestle with civil righU and U.
S. policy in tne Miacue cm.
T'Vi ac a arflra lim hrlorltV l5
sues as the Senate and House
met at noon to start a session
in which they will act on pro
posals or presiaeni usennuwci a
second Republican administra
tion. .'. .;' . v
In advance of today's aes aes-sion
sion aes-sion Senate Democrats pVcked
Admiralty Lawyer H
Arrives On CZone
A nw -aftrtrnv m:Yin will 1olH
.A 1 ww w
V hartal. ff ttnTiallSt
in admiralty arrived from New
York this, morning.-:. ...,.
.- He Is Theodore P. Daily, a
native New Yorker, who will be.
followed to .the isthmus shortly
by his wife and small daughter.
. Daly attended St. Joseph's
Academy In Albany, and latter
attended Manhattan College in
New York. He received his law
def ree from fit. Joseph Univer University
sity University in Brooklyn with the class
of 1952. The following October,
ie toined the admiralty firm of
Kirlln. Campbell and Keating
l Broadway. That connection
-ontinued until his decision to

Join the canal.

;.v":. :,t r ..v I V -l ft i.

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from the brld ge .of the Nlkolay
veteran Sen. Carl Hay don
(Art.), new -dean" of the Se Senate
nate Senate in seniority, for presi presi-dent,
dent, presi-dent, pro temper to succeed
retirlnf Sen. Walter F. George
(D-Ga.),
, Senate democratic leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex) was re reelected
elected reelected and Sen. Mike Mansfield
(D-Mont) was elected whip to
succeed defeated sen. Earle C.
Clements (D-Ky.). -;
Other ? nominations" by the
Democrats Included Felton M.
fRkrtjrt Johnston for secretary
of the Senate, Joseph C Duke
for serireant-at-arms. ana kod-
ert O. Baker for secretory for
Uie majority. All are mcumbenu.
Senate Republicans elected
Sen. Leverett SaltonsUll (Mass.)
chairman of their conference,
which is made up of all GOP
Senators,, Ho succeeds Sen. Eu Eugene
gene Eugene D. MUUkin (Colo.) who did
not fun for reelection. $
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! Sen. Everett M. Dirksen (R (R-n.)
n.) (R-n.) was selected to succeed
Saltonstall as Senate COP,
whip. The whip will act as as as-tMint
tMint as-tMint to Senate GOP leader
W iliam F. Knewland (Cauf-.
Although the voters reelected
Mr. Fjsenhower by a landslide
last November, they returned j
Democratic majortaes to i n e
House and Senate.
Mr. Eisenhower will t before
a joint session of Congress to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow or early next week to

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Ostrovsky as'she entered MU
'IB i
of zinc-concentrate, and the
lock chamber:
ask for a congressional blessing
pf the administration's new Mid
dle Eastern policy. He wants
Congress to authorize $400 mil million
lion million in economic aid tor that
area and the use of U.S. troons.
if necessary, to deter Russian
aggression mere.
Indications were, that Con Congress
gress Congress will grant the President's
request after lonjr bearings.
Panama Begins
Delivering Beef
To Zone Commies
The Commissary Division has
taken delivery of the first pur purchase
chase purchase of Panama beef made
from' the Panama abattoir, un under
der under arranementa for such pur purchases
chases purchases which were recently com completed..
pleted.. completed.. ., ,
The first beef to be pa r r-r
r r-r based consisted of fore and
bind aaarters and was to be
placed on sat in the retail
stores thh week.
The contract for live beef
steers by a local supplier will
expire at the end of January
after which all beef bought lo locally
cally locally will be purchased from the
abattoir in Panama. Some ad
ditional nurchases of dressed
beef from the Panama abattoir
may be made during this month
to supplement the Commissary
supply, u was stated.

Request For

Charts Denied
lnfflashingkk

Rapidly admeasured and

viet freighters Admiral Senyavin and Nikolay Ojtrovjky
are transiting the Canal in tandem lockage toddy.
Both vessels reached Balboa from the Pacific yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, in the early afternooneither requested bunkers
here, their agent having been informed in advance that
fuel would not be required. 0 7fi:''';t..
The orily hitch in the servicing of the two vessels was
a refusal reportedly at Washington level r- to provide
them with navigation charts for use in operatina in the

Caribbean after leaving the
rne Russians requesrea could
Both vessels spent the

chorage and moved northbound in the Number Three spot

today. i
About a score of Zonlans were
at Mlraf lores Bridge to .watch
the Russian freighters transit.
Both ships have black hulls,
and black smokestacks banded
with red on which the hammer-and-slckle
' appears In yellow.
Their superstructures are white.
Birth jire iwoicmastea, :-jinwp
4iw -the "SUrs-and-stripcs
at the foremast, and a red flag
with a small-hammer-and-sickle
in an upper square on the stern-
mast.
U.S. Marine guards, fn fa fatigues,
tigues, fatigues, TJ.S. Navy personel in
whites, and Panamanian sea seamen
men seamen in dungarees or sport sport-shrts
shrts sport-shrts were deployed about the
vessels along with their own
crews.
Two women were at the rail
of the Admiral Senyavin: One
was dressed In a. neat black
maid's uniform, with a cap and
small apron of thin white ma material.
terial. material. The other had on a yellow
print dress.
The senyavin. which haa come
direct from the port of Korsa Korsa-kov
kov Korsa-kov in the Russian-held islands
north of Japan, carried 49 crew crewmen,)
men,) crewmen,) including a surgeon.
Her master, capt. Konstanun
Kzasnokatsky, spoke quite a bit
of English. He welcomed both
the canal boarding party and
the representative of Payne St
Wardlaw cordially.. Vodka- and
scotch were, among the bever
ages preferred.
Capt. V. N. Skalkifu a young
er, jovial master, has a crew of
41 aboard the Nlckolay Ostrov Ostrovsky.
sky. Ostrovsky. This ship was named for a
Russian author who wrote at
least one book on the revolu revolution.
tion. revolution. i
Both ships replenished their
supply of whiskey here. They
also bought oranges and other
fruit and vegetables. Both will
be watered from a tusr in Cris
tobal.
The Ostrovsky came along alongside
side alongside the Sendyavin yesterday
afternoon an took somo lot
tons of fueL Reportedly both
ships may stop in Trinidad,
for more fueL
The Ostrovsky is bound for

Ike Dares Reds To Get Out
Of Hungary In Aid Of Peace

WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 (UP)
President Eisenhower has chal challenged
lenged challenged Russia to make a "signi "significant"
ficant" "significant" contribution to world
peace by pulling its armed
forces out of Hungary. t
The President sent his chal challenge
lenge challenge directly to Soviet Premier
Nikolai A. Bulganln.
He Tid so In replying to a Nov.
IT l-tta- imn VnlirBnln which
At a.v.m m --
all-H tnr m f1 v--rwa;v "Rnmmlt
conference'' to end deadlocked
negotiations on disarmament.
Mr. Eisenhower rejected the
idea of a meeting on disarma disarmament
ment disarmament between himself Bulga Bulganln
nln Bulganln and th prime MlnlsUra of
Britain, franco and India. H
said continued negotiations wiia wiia-ln
ln wiia-ln the United, Nations "seem
more likely to produce- results
and that the United States will
msk further disarmament pro
posals there.
. He alio reeanaea wnat no
called Russia's attempt to dis dismiss
miss dismiss aa a "slanderous la

Ifiiiil

inspected vesterdav. the So
Canal. Just whatfype of chart
nor oe iearneqv
night at the explosives an
London with tinned fish: ; t h V
Senyavin will go Into the Blade
Sea port of Novorosslck. 8h is
carrying a cargo of 4000 tons of
zinc concentrate; .
The Ostrovsky "Jiad.'reijueated
charts jveral dava' ato.
1 'it??ortedl"lhe "yesseiswer
theitkiclves informed by, the Rua-.
aian Amoassaaor in Washington
that due to a top level declison
in the U. S. State Department
they would not bo .furnished
with the charts they resuested.
This report could not be con
firmed, however..
Nor ia It known whether they
sought simple navigatio n a 1
maps, or- mora detailed, charts.
However, it was learned today
that though the Canal used to
sell U.S. Hydrographle maps,
and later the Navy sold' them,
this function was turned over
several years ago to J. .Cain
Compafiia, 8.A., a private, firm
in Panami.
Certain restrictions exist as t
the sale of the maps. One Is that
they are not to bo sold to Soviet
representative.
Extremists Blow
Up North Ireland
Police Station
BILPAST, Northern Irelsn
Jan. 3 (UP) Aati-Brltish ex extremists
tremists extremists blew up a police guard guardhouse
house guardhouse today In the latest. ut ut-break
break ut-break f nationalist sabotage to
hit aorthern Ireland. ;
No oao was tajured whoa ho
guardhouse at Nowry, only five
miles from the Republic of lro
Isad bordor, was blown us early
this mernjag. Police with aub aub-machiae
machiae aub-machiae guns and) British troops
from o nearby camp immediate immediately
ly immediately cordoned off the area but it
was believed the attackers .had
slipped to safety across the bord border.'
er.' border.' paign" the "world's Indignant
reaction to the Soviet armed
art'ons against the people of
Hungary."
He noted that Britain. Franca
and Israel have abided by UN.
demands to end the Sues flghU
ing and said Russia should foU
low their example.
This statement does not seer
calculated : to relievo Interna
tional tensions, the President
added. "Moreover, I am con vine.
ed In the fight of my Ions; as association
sociation association with tbe North Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Treaty Organization that it
is fully capable of carrying; out
1U mission of collective defense-
of Western lurop.
The Whit House mad pubng
the text of Mr. Elsenhower
reply to Bulganin last night.
Administration oinciais smia ui
Elsenhower letter, latest in a
long aeries of exchanges with
the Soviet Premier, waa olrer olrer-od
od olrer-od to th Soviet Foreign Offiro
in Moscow earner yesterday cf
tho Amaricaji Xaabassy.

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Tfca M.a in k aaan ftMun tat raaSan of The Panama America

letters era ncaiv araMully eod ara keasled ai a wholly eoarittaotiel

SjMMaev,
It fee Centribute a lattai don't be impetieat if ft doesn't appeal tfct

eat ay laltari era etiBlfiiwa m tee otoar receivaa. ;,.
Meete try ta keep the lattan limtta to ana saga langtbj.
. laantit at lattar writers it held to strictest coatidence.

; Tata aewioapet eaeawni rae letpeasiailirv te e'eremeett aa eptoieej

m letters mat reeeer. .-;

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

Mv unn-in-lftw Frank Corev out in some of his snare time

Christmas on a Jew convenient devices for me one a lamp
fastened to the desk which has a flexible arm I can move to get

the light in any direction i want a. cure is a reuei 10 my cyea.
a r,iBcant. rhHstmnfl has Dassed. and that bis double turkey

was hardly touched, so I know what's already cooked for several

days ahead. That Dig oia remgeraior is sure a money buvci. ou
tvttner ift. nvir is not wasted but coes to cold storage.

We couldn't have had better weather this side of Boquete
and. by the way, Sam Davis writes that the coffee crop is good

altnougn late, ana tney nave .uii6.
t th. tmi nf nrMfntji. t,hp nroverbial two clean shirts show

edup. along with after shave lotions by the score, but not a
stnirie razor blade. Perhaps the two who -enclosed cash a one
nd a five had the right idea, spend it for what you need. And
ardsl I didn't know I had so many friends reaching from Cana Canada
da Canada to Panama, Maine to California. Only one to forget me was

about noon Christmas Day. My thanks to all of you and may you
enjoy a happy and prosperous New Year.
wold like to see them up this way when the Fat Stock Show
,'fVVdte a lot of my tropical friends have been traveling some-
ten in February at the Bexen County Coliseum the third

largest in me u.o. auu biiuwui

Pop Wright.

SPRAY DAY

1 Sir:
I came to Panama almost 18 years ago. a widow with two
nall sons, $100 in capital, and a burning ambition to make a
. real home for my sons. m
, During this time there have been only four years when I
' have made $200 a month, or thereabouts. Much. of the time
I have spent actually on our present homeslte, doing carpentry,
- masonry, digging ditches arid planting flowers. With an aver-".'-age
income over the years of only $60 a month, you can realize
how much work we have done to now have a home comparable

to the best In this country. Ana reauie now mum
eHow would you feel If someone forced their way into your

home, in the name ox tne American wovcrnuwuw-i
home and endangered the health of your small children and
pets?
This. happened. to me less than a week ago.
'Four days before Christmas I got up at daylight to make
cookies. I had the work table covered with five kinds of dough,
wme in bowls, some rolled, some alreaty baked, when a man
arrived with a spray can on his back, and said it was an or-i
der thai) he spray my house.
That was all he had the intelligence, to say, and he repeat repeated
ed repeated it a dozen "times, after each of my protests.
I said I constantly used all the latest Insecticides myself.
I thanked him. I said he was doing a worthy thing for the
country people. I repeated that in my house it was not neces necessary
sary necessary all this through,' btaked screen door while Irolled
oaaiHm irinalfu ti tnoai aimaelf off. .rt'i 1 ?.i i

That tflternoon the teun; policeman .jcklled tnie beg

his pardon la Guardla. He insisted tnat n i reiusea io bub bub-mlt,
mlt, bub-mlt, I must go to the alcaldia. I said that was fine I knew
and liked the alcalde, and would see him next time I went to
nNMtmornlng, Saturday before Christmas, I had schedul scheduled
ed scheduled the last complete house-cleaning, in preparation for my son
and guests on Christmas day. il live alone with a four-year-old
granddaughter, Jannle.) I was sweeping rugs on the lawn
about eight o clock when the chief of the sanitary department
Sox this division arrived with la Guardla and six other young
men, to convince me to get my house sprayed.
I invited the chief to, and explained again that I sprayed
my house. I showed how well my screens fit. But he insist insist-rt
rt insist-rt tMa was a new insecticide not yet on the market. They

were to spray every house in the republic once a year for four
years, to wipe out the malaria and yellow fever mosquitoes. He
couldn't miss .my house or he would be failing in his duty. He
was a nice man. I liked him. But I said it was a most in inconvenient
convenient inconvenient time.
... "Couldn't you leave some of the mixture and let me use it
. after my guests are gone?" I asked.
"No," he said, "It is so dangerous the man using it must
wear a mask."
"In that case, we should be out of our house for half a
day after its use," I said, "and right now I'm already doing 48
hours work in each 24 until after Christmas.''
"Oh, no," he said. "You can go back inside in five min minutes.
utes. minutes. JPhlch doesn't make sense to me. Maybe I'm stupid.
Still full of misgivings, I gave in. In my own country I
would have refused, but I hate to break regulations in a coun country
try country where I'm a guest.
So, about ten in the morning, with my house a shambles,
they left, after wrapping themselves around fresh cookies In
my yard. 1 took .the child to our swimming pool and we had
a swim and washed a few garments while the fumes settled.
I brought our lunch outside, after taking it in from the
lawn to heat Then I began moving back half a hundred
flower jots Into the living room, and washing the cupboard
shelves preparatory to bringing back pots and sealed jars of
foods from the lawn. After that I washed all the floors.

That waa when I discovered tne worst aamage. wnerever

the spray had settled on the floor tiles the kind you lay
over a cement floor it had bleached out all the color. To
replaet the flooring in my living room and a nook off the
kitchen would cost $300 in material, to say nothing of labor.
. Naturally that alone is enough to make me unhappy.
As he left, the fumigation chief warned me not to let the
eat get a dead eockroach. One would be enough to kill her,
he said. Thanks to my own vigilance, I've found no dead
teaches after his work, but how about a child who touches a
leall when you aren't looking, then puis fingers in her mouth?
' I'm Tigilant. The child Jannie has been taught to wash
before eating, and not to put her fingers into her mouth at
any time. But a four-year-old memory is short, and a woman
has only two eyes. Anyway, the child has had vomiting spells
which she never bad before.
My neighbor lost a cat, and I've heard of numerous chick chickens
ens chickens dying after the visit of the spray gang. A Swiss family
near Bongo, where you pass the neat fruit stand that sells
navel oranges and pineapples, nearly lost a young man. He
vomited violently over a long period, and ran a fever up to
104 degrees.
I myself, who never have headaches, had a headache for
three days, felt dizzy, and my stomach didn't feel easy. I've

heard these symptoms reported on ail sides.
I have since visited the Volcan, and four ladies from there

have been here. They swear they wllj go to jail before they

vui m in a sprayer into weir nomes especially aner near near-lnt
lnt near-lnt th above evidence and seeing the damage in my home.

And when the man comes again next year he will hare

to enter my home, u he does so. over my dead body!
Fae MeKeewa
Cuesta Piedra,
Chiriqui.

Labor News

And

Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL

Let no jnan say-that I shrink

from the most dangerous of

duties. This is-the prediction

season. to predict I will and

hope I have more luck than the

military recently had with its

misguided missile. ,For, like the

errant Snark, nobody inside la-

dot imows wnere 1957 is going.
So complicated is this elec electronic
tronic electronic age that not. even the ex

perts know vet what they want.

me biggest year-round employ.

er, for example, is the infant
industry which makes aircraft

and pilotless missiles. This field
is covered by the International

Assn. of Machinists. So complex
is its wage system that few un understand
derstand understand it and in 1957 .the
union and the alrcraf t-missile-

electrlc fighting brain Indus Indus-triallsts
triallsts Indus-triallsts will revamp the entire
wage structure. Only then will
the union's chief, Al H a y e s,
know what to demand. But ii

you insist on a prediction,-here
it. lS.'-;,,. .-- (,: A

This industry, with almost 1.-

000,000 workers, will be asked
for more money, fewer, gim gimmicks,
micks, gimmicks, a shorter work work week
and a shorter work year at in increased
creased increased pay schedules. ;s-.?s-

io mane a sooner wow-

year, you fight for- longer va vacations
cations vacations and this year will
mark the beginning of the
fight for month-long holidays
for factory workers wl.h 15 to
20 years seniority.
If you think this industry is

complex, just look at the steel

Dusiness. you may recall that
there was a strike this cast sum

mer in the steel mills and hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of contracts were siened.

But the last one of them was
signed just the other day in time
to get the boys home from the
hotel conference r o o m g by
Christmas.

Now that the signlne is over

and the next steel industry con contracts
tracts contracts come ud in July 1959. the

Steel Union chiefs ara calling

tneir boys together for a series

of discussions explaining these I I have a little sage advice to

contracts ana to oegm plan- pais on to the panting millions,
ning for 1959. They figure it will U s this: Neither offer nor accept
take over two years to put their t Ivice, of any sort, from anybody,
demands into shape, so the first I been in this rack er, busi-

oi jjave Mcuonmns "--ni : uss for so many years that i
ion's 8 conferences, which wlll java worn off my forefingers and

oe neia irom coasi, io dy..is uu iam halfway through the middle dl dl-through
through dl-through January, opens thist, i have pontificated. I have
W.k-J,.t,. leaved my .Journalistic, arms and

will ask for more money and a
shorter work-week but doesn't
know now Just how the week
can be shortened. This is a tough
decision, shall the men work
seven hours, instead of eight a
day; shall the week be four days

V fl' 1? A -.(flaSaJSWi.' aWau. ft M : i-'' -...r 'i

hi,DAiiYWAsui;:GTo;3
Fw1erry..Go-Rou;:d

i

y IIIW MAMOM

THULE. Greenland Men so to 6000 men ami'

a lot of work to make Christmas are up here; they have a job to
look like home when they're away do and. are doing it well They
fr-m home. J can't go home until they're order.

New Year Advice: Don't

Bw BOB RUARK

ta newspaper saloons 'n New a, success, In the newspaper busi-

Ycrk ws that here was a'woyi ness, how to go about it. I always

kmj orshill vacations be length-

eaip..to'Mke It a shorter work

shouted.

I have constructed and destroy-.
ed, laughed and cried, sneered
and jeered, been consciously folk
ay and loftily lah-de-blpody-dah.
I neve extracted more mileage
from "ain't" and double nega negatives
tives negatives than anybody but the late
WUI; Roger,. '-

There re six scrapbooks with

yeaH Which do the men prefer?1;, TB
whi4 i. Kt fnr inrf..tl-ir9 wn f Y columns plastered to each

one really knows now. &J
Then there is Walter Reut'her.1? thk ?.
tti- a.. v.it- ur..b.. iYou would think that somewhere

Union chief says that 1958 will tli?JlimP 1fa1tj,eKr mHf?!S5!P ?,f

ha mi, ni tha nhal. w wvu, us aunuicu ui

lenge." But what of 1957? Early dvic w" worth takin' but
this year Reuther will have to,1 ,i f""

i una wreaks ana lnaiKnatiun,
an occasional, news story, some
features, and a lot of pieces with

expects to deliver to them. Those beginnings middles, and ends,

delegates will be tougher this
year. Especially the skilled work work-rs.
rs. work-rs. They know their Jobs are

secure. They know that auto

firm ud his nlans so he can tell

the delegates to the Auto Un

ion's spring convention what he

but no advice. Eleven years since

the war and I haven't advised. any anybody,
body, anybody, anything.
This is t hell of a poor record

sales will be up. They know that w,nen J V"M 01 UT- rman
tKev wn (""a ot i""-r-- .Vincent reale,
! otViuv, win Kirn, tviam The wise, it seems to me. tend

throih some f,ure depression it0 "dvise too much, and the unwise

cue unwilling tu avuviiv an u 1, 11 e r
Jian's hard-way -experience. Con-
ersely, the .half-smart are even
t'URher than the wiseacres about
mparting their ideas of bow to run
another fellow's life. 1

One of the reasons I quit going

Kr:

BOND BUYING

2 am with USARCARIB and have been purchasing bonds
far the past five years at a rate of $18.75 per pay period. In
November X paid for three bonds. The first was paid for Nov.
3. I received It Nor. 28. The second, which was paid Nov. if
did not arrive till Dec IX and the one X paid for Nov. so did
not arrive before Dec 24.
; Can the proper authorities work out a system under whleh
bonds will be issued at the end of the same pay period In which
. they are bought?
. A Bond Bayer

if thfe ever is any,

Put Fenther nev" I with without
out without a plan. He will tell bh
oeople that be w'll k the
be auto compan'e for a big
ware InereaM maybe tie a
week acre! the hoard. And be
will launch the drive for a 35 35-benr
benr 35-benr week. Not an Immediate
?K-honr week, but 38 or 39 the
first yar of the new eontrert,
then 37 and finally 35 at ln
creased wages.
He; will. also build a terrific
strike fund for he expects he'll
not win this t'me without a na

tion"! walkout. And he's ready
for one.

And lets roll. the Teamsters

on stage. Take it for granted

tneyii ask ror wore moneybut

watch, too, for the drive to put

wnoie areas under one master
contract so that they can shut

down eierht or 10 states with

sinele strike to win what they

want in tne future.
Watch, too. for the vast Team

iters' drives to be develoned.

Dave Beck and Jim Hoffa have
their experts preparing unlonlz unlonlz-in
in unlonlz-in drives to brin in a million
new members from among
those working for Montgomery

ward, sears KoeDucx, General
Foods, General Mills, the big

canning companies, tne bie bto

eery chains and all firms which
have more than lust a few ware.

house. Then will come the ex exciting
citing exciting Teamsters' convention

next September In Miami and

it will make history.
There also will be a "soecta

eular building boom" providing

tens 01 mousanas 01 new ions.

mere wm oe nuge roaa. con

strnction. From farmhouse to

factory it will be a prosperous
New Year. And th same to you.

some drunk around with explicit

thoughts about how 1 ought to be
doing my ob, and it generally
ended in unpleasantness.
It is rough enough to bumble

through a job without absorbing a

say, I don t know. They shrug

this one off, and say, but how do
I$tar,t? ;
Well, I say, I bothered a lot of

managing editors until 0110" of

lot of outside static. Apart from ac-ituem gave me a job as codv box

centine the rudiments of a orofes- mixine caste and hustling t-okcu.

slon, which comes under the head 'and such. I sold classified adit ov-

of instruction, .were is jolly utile cr the counter, ran errands, took
that ativKruli jt t:i? 1 amrkAiIit a I m a i hiau JA.a.i'.iA..a J

that anybody can tell anybody a

bout the prosecution of his life or
work.

It seems to me that ever since

I was a loutish lad, people have
been telling me that 1 wanted to

matrices to deoartment stores, and

then- got another copy-boy's job.
And one day there was a vacancy

iu the sports department, and
: That doesnt seem to be good

tnougn, oy nai:-A look of suspi-

do, what I should do,, what I ought Icion veils their eyes, as if I were

1 oioing DacK a trade secret. What

J it- L .L.l, il. II. 1 . . ...

v.un&iaerinK mac aDuut nan ino

time I only have a vague suspicion

ot what I am going to do next his

seems just a touch intrusive, not

to say cheeky. The chief presume

tion is that you should feel grateful

for unsolicited blueprints for your

iuture.

The surest wey to earn a life lifelong
long lifelong enemy is to g'leeumb to a
request for advice, deliver tame,,
ad then watch the hatred mount
ae the petitioner either disre disregards
gards disregards it and faMs en hit face or
accepts it and falls on hit face.
When people ask for advice. thv

don'twant it; they want concur concurrence
rence concurrence with their own ideas., with
applause on the side. And when

somebody jerks the rug out from
under them, they hate the adviser
for agreeing with them 'n e
first place, and make a simple

iransierence or guilt, to you.
A simple example in point: Lnt

of kids write or ask me how to be

Is they, were back in Albany or

ban Antonio, they would probably

sit DacK ana let the wue do it.

But up near the North Pole

where they can't get home for a

year they conjure up all sorts of

nomeiiKe Christmas trimmings

whole wall of decorations ar

ranged by the cooks and sergeants

in the omcers'- mess, sprigs of hol

ly in the Service Men's Club, rein

deer riding over the electric sign

which blazons to the world the

name of this base just as if no

one knew the name ... Yes, men
go out of their way to think about
home at Christmastime and want

very much to be home.

But morale is -high in northern

Greenland, and Uncie Sam did his
best to bring Christmas to the .'and

Santa uaus is supposed to come
from .... ?,""- :

Four hundred Christmas trees

arrived in treeless Greenland from

Labrador. A four-course turkey

dinner with crabmeat cocktail and
giblet gravy highlighted the. day.
Churches on the base gave spe

cial services ... The George Wash Washington
ington Washington University chorus followed

us with more cnristmas epfer
tainment.

ed home or their tour, of duty is
up. And they can't do anything a-

uuui peace ... -. v ; n
But the rest of us, protected by
these watchers of the north, can
do something. This-among the tin tinsel
sel tinsel and the wrappings, the most
Important package given the A-

merican people at Christmas was

very real evidence that people be behind
hind behind tlie Iron Curtain devoutly de

sire lo.acnieve unrisrs goal.
This is true not only in Poland.

Hungary, the satellite countries, countries,-but
but countries,-but in Russia Itself, even in the
Red Army. Some members of the
Red Army have ajwlorized to Hun

garians tot the destruction
wrought in Budapest.

S.O.B., FOLLIES OF 1957"

Some people have asked me what

kind of show a hardiioiied news

paperman took to the Arctic.

It's a legitimate question. Alter

all, I'm no Bob Hope the all-

time championfsr entertaining

troop.f,t':;.s ',;C. mmy:'

My group of entertainers was

enlisted by Michael O'Shea, who
named ft ''The Drew Pearson Arc

tic Capers." I renamed it the "S.

O.B. t ollies of 1957."

Our mistress 01 ceremonies was

Lisa Ferradav. one of the original

Hungarian f reedom Fighters, 2ne
was arrested by the Russians in
194i. got to Nuremburg.v- worked

for the late justice ftouen jacn jacn-son
son jacn-son on the war crimes trial, has

oeen starring in iNew xorx ana
Hollywood since. Her latest film

is "Jieath- of .A Scouncrel."

uue sinews siar was .ua lux

Anothersinging star: John Mode-

nog, He- won the American Thea

tre Wing Concert Award for 1950.
Born in strife-torn Cyprus.-he was

11 years old when Winston Chur

chill came there in i43, promised
"freedom" to Cypriots who Would

jdin the British Army. Modenos
has been wondering what happen happened
ed happened that promise ... 'V -; f
Comedy! :teamV Clara Cedrone

and Damian Mitchell, ..who wowed
the Arctic last year, did it again
Adolf Green, who collaborated in
writing "Singing In The Rain,"
"On The Town' and now has the
feroadwav hit.' "Bells Are Ringing

1 ..... i ..ir tnA AAiintf in .ihit ArrHr

. Mua; aw caay aooui jj. didaj love Scene witn tne (au

You can see the thought oroce"?.

Actually, I've come to: the con

clusion that there really isn't any
such thing as advice, Anything
good .that ever happen' I to me
happened despite advice to the

contrary, and never because of ad

vice. All of the bad thing that ev

er happened to me I bought on my

own time, and wouldn't rve list

ened if somebody reallv tt 4

steered me tother way 'round. I
have been right over veto; wrona
with encouragement.'

So here is my advice: Disreeard

it, all of it, at all times. People of offer
fer offer it out of their own experience.

which, doesn't necessarily fit your

own.

- r 1- f . j c-:

f fH W' I or,' jnauue or

ri. She's Swedish blonde wno

likes the-ice so much she wanted

to stav in 'Greenland ...

-. We also corralled some of the

most beautiful models of the Hart Hartford
ford Hartford Agency: Louise Manning of

Levittown, L.I.. wno came tin
year i Dorothy Dolliver of Erie,

P Nncv Meredith of SeardS'

dale, N.Y.; Elaine Milo of New

York city Minnie xtrogan 01 orem

wort1, taui.; auu uia omuu u v
. J....,- : -Len
Berge was musical direc-.-,r
. Force Jumping

Ja..ii ai orchestra ..: Betty Met-
rf Helena Rubinstein's, toge

ther with Arlene Dahl, Don Loper

Make your own mistakes, cap!-' of Beverly Hills, and -Elgee Bove

talize on your own successful de

cisions, and the next, time somebo somebody
dy somebody grabs you by, the lapels and
says, "Now this is what you ought
to do ..." haul off and hit him night

smack on the nose.

Walter Winched

In New

York

i

3

If some of the new perfumes
ore os good os their names, using
them is fust danwiright unsports unsports-rnoniikaV
rnoniikaV unsports-rnoniikaV a

THE MAGIC OF THE THEATRE

Beneath the grimy stores and

glittering marquees there is an
ageless magic. The theatre not
only creates Illusions, inspires

imaginations and engenders

dreams it also hypnotizes per

formers. .Mary Martin, has ex

pressed her devotion with the
following: ".The greatest thing

in life is to love your worx ana
to work at K until you're ex exhausted.
hausted. exhausted. That's what I do"...

Roz "Auntie Mame" Russell has
confessed: "Broadway is like a
powerful magnet, with a p u 1 1

that Is overwhelming. Having
tasted the thrill of live acting as
a youne- and ambitious actress, I

knew that someday I would re-

turn to the footlights, no matter
how successful I might become
under the kliee: lights". .Shel .Shelley
ley .Shelley Winters (now in "Girls of

Summer") had a more down-to-earth
reason for rejoicing. She
adored starrina- in "A Hatful of

Rain," since It gave her an on on-portunlty
portunlty on-portunlty "to act without wear wear-Ins;
Ins; wear-Ins; a girdle."

a millionaire. Before the show lustrated by a classic personal

opened Levin was in "hock."

The bright and transitory
fragments known as Stardust
are full of rad ant charms and
Inexplicable wonders. The mag magic,
ic, magic, however, often has. erode
origins: Agonizing concentra concentration
tion concentration and patience as well as
Intense physical effort...
Playwright John Van Drnten
enee explained Rex Harrison's
method:. "He is fantastically
meticulous. He will pause to

L think out every suggestion and

then try It ever and ever and
ever again until he's satisfied.
He will even try out whether
to put his weight on hi toes,
heels, or on the ball of his foot
when he is turning and de delivering
livering delivering a I nt."

Much of the theatre's sorcery

is derive d from Its speculative

qualities. Every show is a fasci fasci-natlnt
natlnt fasci-natlnt experiment, an incredible
gamble, in a way, the theatre's
spirit ot adventure stems from
the tremendous risks involved.
Losers always outnumber win winners.
ners. winners. Nevertheless, the roulette
wheel never stops splnnlng.Her splnnlng.Her-man
man splnnlng.Her-man Levin, who orodueed "My

Fair Ledy." reported: "I'd like to
get a little security. The oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to ret It my never come

again. Tn fact. Ill lay you six. I The theatre has valuable as as-two
two as-two and even that it never comes sets which ro beyond mere mon

etary aavantaee. we refer to a

First-nights have certain en

chanting qualities. They repre represent
sent represent fascinating plots replete

witn tne development of human
destinies as well as the sus sus-penseful
penseful sus-penseful expectancy of" unfore-

xiety-naaen uours, performers
and playwrights begin the In Inevitable
evitable Inevitable Journey to Heaven or
Hell. It is Geora-e 8. Kaufman's
thoughtful-opinion that the on only
ly only reasonable way for a play playwright
wright playwright to survive a premiere "is

to take a genera anesthetic" :

Ben Hecht confessed r 'Open

ing night has the effect of a
mugginsr on you. it's a social art,

uxe retting ricked out of a res

taurant Once I thou Eh t I was
Sretty calm. Someone bumped
ito me and I fell over.'

arain."

Mr. ivin speaxs witn auinor-

iry. During t h e past eight
month MFL" netted him over
$500,000. He is a cinch to become

triumph. Ethel Barrymore's o o-penine
penine o-penine In "The corn Is Green"

after years, of despair and
darkness. Years of professional
misfortune, private disasters, fi financial
nancial financial difficulties, unhappy
publicity and poor healthy After
the dark tragedy came the
bursting light. Miss Barrymore
made her triumphant return
when she was in her 60s.

The wonder and glory of
the theatre as personified by
the Barry mores were prob probably
ably probably most' eloqoently express expressed
ed expressed by nlaywright Arthur Mil Miller:
ler: Miller: "There Is a certain Im Immortality
mortality Immortality Involved in theatre,
not created by monuments and
books, bat through the knowl knowledge
edge knowledge the actor keeps to his
dying day. that en a certa'q.
afternoon, in an empty and
dusty theatre, he east a shad shadow
ow shadow of a being that was hot
himself bat the destination of
all he had ever observed; M
the ansingable heartsong the
ordinary man may feel bat
never after, he gave voice to.
And by that he somehow Joins
the ages."

' The lamplighters of Broadway

are spelling out new names this

season, inevitably, that incom incomparable
parable incomparable magician known as Fate
will thrust out of oblivion those
destined for treasures and artis artistic
tic artistic trophies... "My Fair Lady
was Julie Andres glass slipper,
of course. And it was transform transformed
ed transformed into lovely Lola Fisher's

pumpkin co.ch when sh re

..-.v orx were Kina enougn 10

simnly the costumes! Peiser of

New York the -furt: and Napier

the jewelry...Those are the friends

wno traveuea long nours, got m m-tle
tle m-tle sleep, did two and three- shows
a day, but told me they love doing
uV" H
CHRISTMAS AND PEACE As

w flew Into Thule. a long-nosed.1

F-89 jet fighter came out oi no nowhere
where nowhere to investigate us. Satisfied
wre not Russian, it saluted,

the- flew alongside,- easy, effort effortless,
less, effortless, beautiful in the moonlight ...
Over on the other side of the
North Pole,-near Spitsbergen, Mig Mig-15's
15's Mig-15's doubtless giving the same
once-over, to traffic In the Siberi

an Arctic au pan ui ui wut
came of watching the two nations

which hold the peace of the world.

in their hands ... That's why the

PEACI WON'T WAIT- But the

American people,: and .especially

me American uovernreni, nave
been slow in showing constructive
ly that we appreciate : and reci
procate this Iron Curtain desire
for peace. , r .y
We have expressed joy at what's
happening, but Joyous -words alone
President 'Eisenhower : advocated

won't bring peace It was one
year and a half ago, July 1955, that
President Eisenhower advocated
people-to-people friendship as the
official policy of the United States.
It was almost a year later, May
1956, before a citizens committee
to promote that friendship was ap appointed.
pointed. appointed. It was four months later,
September 1956, before that com
mittee met,, '--wCVJ;'-.
, It iti now doing it "good job. But
a lot of time was wasted V... Peace

is too precious a commodity to be

sldetracked:;.,A,:"-' f.r v.:-.-.Meanwhile
the State Department

has closed down its people-to-peo

le campaign to win friends be
ind the Iron Curtain. When an e-

nemy is in confusion, you; don't
retreat, you advance. The; State.
Department is retreating.; i $ j t;

At Thuie i talked to oi a as to
what they wanted for the Arctie

for Christmas. Replied ; Airman
Genhard Gambardelllla of the

Bronx, N.Y.: 5

What I would like most la

peace.' 1

Airman Gambardella is doing

his part to protect the United
States in case of waf.

He s m no position to -do much

about peace. ; But the rest of us

will be letting him1 down if we

dont keep, plugging away to attain
the coal set for us by the Man

whose birthday we recently cele celebrated
brated celebrated aj Christmas
Model's Charges

AgainsVAstor ;

Termed Shakedown

MIAMI BEACH Jan 9 ftrfn

Police here, said today' that 1 as

sauit cnarges against, millionaire
John Jacob Astor III by a pretty,
baby-faced model "have all the

appearances of a shakedown."

- Assistant police chief Peter Ste Stewart
wart Stewart said "on the basis of our in

vestigttion, we will not attempt

to arrest Astor.
The model. 24-year-old ?: Lucille

SigUch of New RoeheUe, N. Y
swore out a warrant last week ac

cusing the portly real estate heif
of beating ner., .' i

he made her charges aner oe

ins arrested oh five counts of an

noying and attempitng to force bet

way into Astor's mansion.
Stewart reported that the bru brunette
nette brunette model, involved in a slmilat

scrape two years ago witn mu mu-lionaire
lionaire mu-lionaire boat king Gar Wood, wai
recently released from a New Yorli

mental Institution. ,.,;.

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magic a personal dram a.;ly. lustice was never more poetic:

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN -AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE THRE3
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Junior College
News '.'

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six AWARDS Sht 'emDioves of the Quartermaster Section at Corozal received Suggestion Award Certificates and cash awards
ImounUfie tol275 Th? highest aWard went to A. J. Shatrosky, second from left,, who received a certificate- and a check; for
. SJnvSi an effective and Jess expensive method .transporting perlshableJtems, between

rdrilVS "I! "l.l'?if4.--55 nnmmissnrv Pris.ntine Shatrosky. and the other award winners with their certificates

rTtSlT w Hechinger ch efof the Supply Division, left. Other award winners were (left to right behind
' fL?bS?h SJSiw um.: a certificate and check for $20: Osmond Johnson, two suwes-

t?m-S&itceto MrtUlcateor ewh -and also two checks for $10; JamevE, Taylor, a certificate and check for,
VMDeLoertUicLeuDd check for $75. Look ng on is Robert H. Carpenter, Chief Maintenance

Division, extreme- right.

(U.S. Army Thoto

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GRID SINK'S ( CONDITION

HOUSTON, Jan. 3 (UP) Pajil

Carr. a. star on the San Jnrancisco

49ers Drotessionai iooidsu team

who was stabbed in the heart at
a New Year's Eve party, was re

ported in "fair"1 condition today.

.'ames k. unamoiess, a za-year-

old ex convict and electrician,
was" charged with : stabbing Carr.

Police said Chambless drove tne

blade of a pearl-handled switch

blade knife twice into the chest

oi inc 23-year-old Carr. One thrust

nicked his heart

Chambless and Carr were at

different parties in the plush

Western bkies Hotel. The parties

were in suites across the hall

wroni each other on the second

floor and as the new year ap

proached, there was visiting back

and forth. ;

Jac M. Chambers, host bf the

party Carr was attending, saii he
heard, the two men arguing. "Sev "Several
eral "Several of us went out and Paul said

Chambless
wallet,'-',

tried to
Chambers

this man
snatch his
said.

''Wc I separated the men and
Paul jitarted back into our rooms.
Then Chambless said something
very foul to him and "Paul turned
and swung on him..
"He had the man down on a

couch and was about to hit him

again when I saw a knife flash

in Chambless' hand.-. Then there

was a lot of blood on Paul's

shirt."

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Four other members of the

Chambless party were arrested

and taken to jail for investigation.

inamoiess ran down and killed

Trinidad Cardoza. a t year-old

shoeshine boy, with v truck in

Houston in 1954. Police who ar

rested him said he was "so doped
up" he couldn't even tell them
what happened. He received an
18-month prison term.'.',

V By LEE COTTON",

'This Is the first article of, we

hope, many which will be writ
ten about Junior College activi

tleb. Like all such articles, it is

intended to be a light breezy,

revelation of the goings-on in
our revered Alma Mater, and if

things continue at their present

rate, we re liable to be crowaea

for space..
, Starting as it is at the end of
an eventful Christmas vacation,
this column 'has boocoo news f or
the various subscribers who were

tnable o get it first hand.
I i First and r foremost was the
1 New Year's; dance; held at the
I Army-Navy .Club on the, 28th,
1, which saw three of J.Cr's most
I I attractive" and popular girls lh
W. the spotlight as-our Queen and
Ifier court. The sophomore class

ster; who, as Queen, was flank flanked
ed flanked by just-as-prettv, Carmen
Smith and Oinny Dl Bella as la-dles-in-waitln!?,
All three are

definitely of the LBD class Iiv Iiv-In;
In; Iiv-In; Breathln' DolU'll.

Lotsa J.C.ers' took advantage
of the police-sponsored ; party
and dance at their Chiva-Chlva
location on the 27th, despite the
rigors of a rough soft-ball game
that afternoon. In that game,
Camenter's team, aided by Ni

na's booming bat, edged out Cot

ton's team by tne narrow mar margin
gin margin of 14 to 1. Our noble S A.

prexv was toundlyt "booed as the

umpire. ;.;?H

DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT DEPT.

About five carloads r of preen

Devils madev the rounds last

Sunday night singing pnnstmas
carols to. our Wachers, Tho" of t t-kev
kev t-kev ln-sDots. the .-tune served

their purpose in wishing a. Merry
Christmas to alU-y'might 'say it
was kind Of a "thank you" set

to music. . '..,... ,v

. .That little guy In -diapers

with "1957" on his chest was

ushered into the world In grand

style by J.C. students. Appar

entlv. those New Year's Resolu

tions don't take effect until Jan

2nd!... v; ''y

.Speaking of resolutions, It';

rumored that some of our prom

lnent citizens are resolving to

erow moustaches, of all things

If this is true, they deserve an

A for effort, but let's lace is,

boys, aren't you getting a little
over-ambitious? You'll probably

still be cultivating it next New

Year's. o'?..; .. '

-GEORGE ESCALANTE, ieft purchasing agent' for Engineer
Supply Division, was presented with a Suggestion Award Cer Cer-"
" Cer-" tlficate and a checK for $10 by Jack Measley, for his approved
suggestion that Engineer local purchase requests be consoll-
dated and forwarded to the Procurement Section daily thus.
permitting negotiation for purchases In Increased quantities
t resulting in appreciable savings to the government V '
,.,v . (tf.S.-Army Photo)

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Teenager With Long Record

Murders Young Dallas Girl
V a

DALLAS, Jan. 3 (UP) A tetn-jbe a short commitment to th In-

venue nome.

IS

5'

ager with a six-year criminal rec

ord, wno bis admitted killing

12-vear-old f irl. win be chareed

with murder today. He Drobablv

win escape serious punishment be

cause ne is a juvenile.

i Police' Capt: 'Will Frits said Si

mon i Rodriguez, 16, admitted
shooting Janet Irene Manean

twice and beatmg her. A coroner

said the girl was raped, but Rod

riguez denied he had sexually as

saulted her.

Rodriguez has i police record

from the ase of 10. He was in

volved in the arson of a school in

1955 and has been in police cus
tody for automobile theft,, carry
ing concealed weapons and aggra

vated assault witn a gun.
He has escaped serious "punish "punishment
ment "punishment because he is a iuvenite

Fritz said he thought the worst
that could happen to Rodriguez

under the murder charge would

iDulles ltems Put

In

it

rstone

LIKE FATHER. LIKE SON-This lucky lad was the envy
of all other youngsters as he rode along in a car almost like-
his dad's, antique model. The big and little old cars helped
. dramatize the styling of today's models at a. parade pf 19i7
;'autos ln'Saa Mates Calif..' : v.. '.' .' f

WASHINGTON Jan. S (UP)

Svcretary of State John Foster

Dulles yesterday placed some of
his speeches and some other diplo

matic items in a copper box that

will be sealed in the cornerstone

of the new state department bulld

og.
The box alt cent alas can

celled U.S. passport, a depart-

- The fc alt ccnlaia a can cancelled
celled cancelled U.S. tspert, a depart depart-tneai.
tneai. depart-tneai. President Eisenhower wHl lav

.the cornerstone of the $57,400,000

building next Saturday. The four

square block building wi'l be one
of the largest in the world.
The department also will include
in the .cornerstone box microfilm
copies of Saturday' editions of the
Washington Daily News, the Wash Washington
ington Washington Post and Times Herald and

Wilmington evening Star.

Ernest Lopez, 19, who was ar arrested
rested arrested with Rodriguez, signed a
statement saying, be left Janet
alone New Year's Eve with Rod

riguez in an automobile. He
that when he returned she

dead and half-stripped on the back

seat.

Janet's 14 month old brother

Dickie was discovered asleep in
the weeds nearby. His hands were

smeared with blood from the bodv

oi nis aead sister..

Fritz said Rodrieuex had

dumped the baby out beside the

body of his sister and had come

back later,' probably to kill the

baby and eliminate a witness. But

the baby had crawled 60 or 70
feet and .Rodriguez couldn't find
him. v,: '--

Janet, one of six children in a

poor lamliy, had collected four
soda water bottles and was tak

ing them to a grocery to trade

for candy-for her little brother

when she was killed.

SCATTERBRAINED PREDIC

TIONS. Mr. Bowen will get all
his term 'papers on time Gus

will enter his car In a drag race

and win This year the "Spot

light" will Include a pin-up of
the week: with Angela Lee as

choice No. 1 (wait a minnit.)

That's not so scatterbrained

think It's a peachy idea It'll

guarantee readers, Dean,' ven,

more than tne little test you

sneaked In last week. For those

not in the know, there was a line

tucked away in the middle Of a

Ions paragraph to tne effect,

"Anyone noticing thi line can

pick up a half-buck in the oi
flee." Pretty sly. eh? r:

Another prediction: Watch out

for the Green Devils in the
forthcoming Basketball Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament they're the team to beat.

Well, that about wraps It up--

see ya next wee, uaitor wining,

HAPPY NEW YEAR! FELIZ

said ANO 'NUEVOI GLADELIG NU

was AAR!

Business Year

Promises Best
Ever For U.S.

NEW YORK, Jan. 3 (UP) -The

National industrial Conference

Board predicted today that 19tf
will be the best year for business

in the nation's history.

Cnth n.ri..nl Aiitmit and nrices Robert

will rise in the first naif of 1957, Hospital in Jacksonville Fla.. and
followed by tapering off or, to Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Yoder in
nlateau" in business expansion Colorado General Hospital in Den-

in tne secomt nan, accvruiog uj

Hew Year's Infant
Derby Winds Up In
3-Wav Pholo Finkh

CHICAGO, January 3MUP)

The New Year's baby derby

was strictly a pnoto unisn af affair,
fair, affair, it would have taken

split second timing to determine

the first 1957 baby born in. the

United States. ;

In at least one case a doctor

timed -the birth with a stop watch

Any baby born more than 30 sec

onds' after midnight was well out

of the running.
The three best claims appeared
to be those of babies born in Phil

adelphia, Canonsburg, Pa., and

Des Moines.

Hospitals in those cities reported

babies born at the "stroke of mid

night." The parents were Mr. and

Mrs. Helen Lawville in Misericor

dia Hospital at Philadelphia, Mr.

and Mrs. John retuca at canons canons-bure
bure canons-bure (Pa.) Hospital, and' Mr. and

Mrs. Kenneth C. Cummins at

Methodist Hospital in Des Moines.

.The babies were umea oy at

tnsdinf physicians at exactly mid-

night although the Lawville baby

was born an Vur earlier due to

time differences.
One second after midnight
babies were born to Mr. and Mrs.

N. Scott at St. Vincent's

FIRE DESTROYS HARTFORD CATHEDRAL-This is an air View of St. Joseph's Roman Cath Catholic
olic Catholic Cathedral In Hartford, Conn., which was completely destroyed by fire., At least mine
firemen were injured or overcome by smoke as they fought the blaze.', Less than 24 hours be before.
fore. before. Hartford, firemen, had lost a fight to save St." Patrick's Roman' Catholic Church, which ;
is only a mile' from the Cathedral. : ,. ' ', !A

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FOR CAPITAL VISJTORS-Architecfs sketch above shout
the new. Visitors' Center, to be erected in Washington, D C, for
the benefit of the five million tourists who come to the capital
every year. Although the exterior wia be in 18th Century
style, Ue interior will have the most advanced iiciiities t
ud visitors. .

the ousiness researca organiza

tion

The ETbss national product

should rise about 4 per cent ahov
the 1958 level, with abmt balf of

the increase due to bigiaer prices

14 leading economists participat
ing in an economic foran spen
sored by the board si id.

Elements of strengu in 1957, se

cording to the report, wil be ris
ing income, and pervKial con consumption
sumption consumption spending, as writ a -e-

creased government exoeoditures

at both the federal and local lev

els.

Residential construction expend

itures are expected to remain at

currem levels, wnue pnrii dod-i

residentul spending will be moiinZX"" "Z 1",LZ

The consensus of the economist

is mat -total outlays tor capita
gouds in 1957 will exceed the 1S5C

tcl 1 dui Decline ib inr irnin rnw m mn .

of such spending during 1957 may ment invitation to visit New Delhi
tfVrelop. i"i the second baU of January."

Three seconds after midnight
brought, babies to a Fort Myers,
Fla., couple and two Rochester,
N.Y couples. v
A Gibsonia, Pa., couple, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Temple, claimed one
of the last Americans born In 1956.
Ther missed the midnight hour by

one minute but had the last laugh

on parents of New Years babies.

They can claim tbeir boy as a

195 Income tax exemption.
Red Defense Chief

Will Visit India

0
LONDON. Jan. S fUPV-. Savin

Defense Minister Marshal Ceorsi

te this

month at the Invitation of the In

dian government, radio Moscow
reported today.

The Soviet broadcast said Zfco-

TEDDY SNOW CROP says.

iCMa Show Gof)

that's because I Jkeeg the Delicious
' Vitamin-Richi 'Meat' of the Whole Orange I

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How do you get the "whole orSnge orSnge-orange
orange orSnge-orange juice? How do you get all the

X vitamins and minerals, the delicious delicious-i
i delicious-i V that Nature put into this beau beau-yCS
yCS beau-yCS tiful orange? The rich wholesome

"meat" that holds the juice? Thafa
easy! When you ahop, just say
"Snow Crop."

Just say "Snow Crop" and you get
orange juiee like thia-wlth alt the

jx golden flecks of rich, delicious, vita-i
ZJ "'in-packed orange "meat." You can
zzyj witn yur own eyes how differ

ent it is than thin watery juices! Yo
can aee, too, why "meat-rich" Snow"
Crop J good for the whole famUyf

One 8-ounce glass of SNOW CROP Orange
Juice is as good for your health as drink drink-,
, drink-, ing the juice of 4 whole oranges!
. And SNOW CROP, unlike thin watery
juices, keeps in the rich, healthful,
"vitamin-packed, mineral-abundant

"meat.' Take the advice of Teddy
Snow Crop when you shop:

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ATTRACTIVELY DRESSED DISTAFFERS WAT CH FAREWELL

REVIEW FOR LT. GEN. WILLIAM K. HARRIS ON
': s Smartly dressed distaffers added glamor to the andlence at thi mornings farewell
review for Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison, at Albrook"Air Force Base.
i Lt. Gen. Harrison and Mrs. Harrison have been extremely popular with both service,
personnel and civilians during the General's tour of duty as Commanding General of the
Caribbean Command.
At this farewell ceremony there were many present to demonstrate the affection
and esteem in which the Harrisons are held.
They will leave tomorrow morning by plane from Albrook.

President de Is Curdi
Spends Weekend
At Tabooa
President of Panama Ernesto de
La Guardia and Mrs. de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia spent last weekend on the is island
land island of Taboga.

Ambassador Alberto Boyd
Feted By Friends
The Panamanian Ambassador to

Cuba Alberto Boyd and Mrs. Boyd,
Who are visiting here, have been
feted at jnany parties during the

past week.

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Jose Pa Pa-redes
redes Pa-redes gave a barbecue in their
honor, and Mr. and Mrs. Roberto
Aleman gave, a dinner for them at
their beautiful home on Golf

Heights.
Mr. and Mr. Sam Stone
Here For Visit
Mr. and Mrs. Sara Stone arrived
her from Mexico for a visit. Mrs.
Stone is the former Marisol de la
Guardia, and the couple will visit
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Erasmo
d la Guardia during their stay
era.

The Richard Letters
Welcome Baby Boy

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Lester

of Balboa became the nroud oar

ents of a baby boy, Richard Ed Edward,
ward, Edward, on New Year's Eve at 11:44
p.m. Young Richard weighed in at

uorgas Hospital at seven pounds,
nine ounces

Cocktail Party

For Golfer
A cocktail party will be given

for members of the Panama Golf

Club and their wives Saturday at
6:30 p.m. at the Panama Golf Club.
The sponsor will be House of
Lords, Kings Ransom Co., and a
wards to prizewinners of the House
of Lords, King's Ransom Tour Tournament
nament Tournament will be distributed then.

Beta Chapter Sorority
Holds Christmas Party
The Beta Chapter, Beta Sigma
Phi Sorority Sisters and their hus husbands
bands husbands attended an "open house"

Christmas party at the home' of

Jean Judge in Margarita Dec. 29,
from ( to 6 p.m.
Those attending were: Mr. and

Mrs. W. Oden, Mr. and Mrs. T.

McGann, Mr. andMrs. Mj Moore.

UtA d G,E." Mitche4. Mr- shown 'on the Isthmus, a

muu. jute. ji. ju. jiitauu, jur. Bull

Each notice far inclusion in Itif
cahinrn should be : submitted 1
type-written farm and nulled oe
of the box number Jilted daily
"Social and Otherwise." or deby
d by band te the office. Notice
meotinfs cannot k accepted' -'

telephone.

Historical Society
Will Meet Monday

The Isthmian Historical

will hold its next meeting oi

Jan. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in th

room of the Tivoli Guest
Mrs. Max Hart, a condi

tours, will show a n u m

slides depicting scenes

construction period oi me

CanaL The slides have ne

NEWS FOR MOTHERS OF LITTLE
"GUYS & DOLLS"
By POPULAR REQUEST
DOROTHY CHASE
will offer new classes in tap tumbling for three te
five year olds starting FEBRUARY 1st.
Registration for these classes will be held at the
Balboa YMCA Monday and Wednesday, January
' 7th and 9th from 10:30 to 11:30 a,m.
J

Mrs. J. T. Peterson. Mr. and Mr

R. Danielson, Mr. and Mrs, WnH.
Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. F. DeVoll,
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Judas: Mr.

Butcher with Anna May. Butcher
and Kay Klonts, President of Be Beta
ta Beta Chapter. . ,..

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McEvovMr

and Mrs. Clarence F. March; Mr,
and Mrs. David Marder:. MrAnd

Mrs. John J. Medline and 3 iohil.

aren; Marry jb. Moon;, w. M

Price; Mrs. C. D. Ramer;VE.
Rex; P. Rex; Mrs. Ver Richard;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Schwaik Schwaik-hardt;
hardt; Schwaik-hardt; Edward Seifert; Mr;, and

Mrs. -t rank a. suiuvan; Mr., and
Mrs. A. E. Walbridce: and Mr.'an

Mrs. v. H. Wilhelra.

Mr. and Mrs. Frances Altaian;

Mrs. Nellie I. Blake and daught daughter;
er; daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Caswell;

Mr, and Mrs. Paul Harvey-and

daughter; Miss Barbara H o b l n:

Miss Jane Hobin; Mr. and Mrs.
R. J. Hunton; Mr. and Mrs.fS.

Theodore Lande; Miss Anna Le-
: mr! i I- r .

vine; miss uercruae levme; ana
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper L. Longl' ? -Mr.
and Mrs. Harry McConnell.

Pedro Miguel

Rainbow Assembly
Will Hold Card Party
Pedro Miguel Rainbow Assembly

j will hold a card party Jan. 5. at
7:30 p.m. at the Ancon Masonic
Temple at Ancon. Tickets may be
purchased at the door or from
I Rainbow girls. There will be a

door prize and refreshments will

lb served

terested persons' are cord

vitea to auena.

St. Luke's $
Mo mine Guild

The January meeting of the
Morning Guild of St. Luke's Cath Cathedral
edral Cathedral (Episcopal, Ancon) will take
place tomorrow morning at nine in
the Bishop's House. Members are
requested to bring any of the1 fol following
lowing following heeded foodstuffs, in any a
mount,: for the Bella Vista -Chil

dren's-Homer cannea mim, corn corn-Starch
Starch corn-Starch tot puddings (or packaged
jello or puddings), and also,' as a
special treat, chocolates or choco chocolate
late chocolate bars.

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ORCHID CHAPTER INSTALLS OFFICERS Mrs. Louke R. Blssell was Installed Worthy Matron of the Orchid Chapter
No. 1 Order of the Eastern Star and Jlalph K. Frangioni was installed Worthy Patron at a ceremony held recently. The
Officers shown here are back row from left to right) Mesdames Hazel Blades, Eleanor Buehler, Mr. Maxwell T.'eniith.i T.'eniith.i-Mesdames
Mesdames T.'eniith.i-Mesdames Harriet Tewinkle, Louise R, Blssell, Mr. Ralph K.. Frangioni. Mrs. Frances Russell, Lucille Torstenston, Nioml -:
Frangioni, Lucille Smith; (front row) Elizabeth Kiegley; Miss Callre Ogden, Mesdame Imo Hampton; Edith Mac Cauley,
Kathleen Priest, Ann Rheney, Francis, Baggott and Louise, Sorrell. '

gives you more to enjoy

It

So many hinds to enjoy ... so much enjoyment in eachl
CAMPBELL'S CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP

Mufioz Inaugurated
For Third Term
As P. R. Governor

SAN JUAN, P R., Jan. 3 (UP)

luis juunoz Mann was inaugu

rated yesterday as governor of P.
Rico for a third consecutive four four-year
year four-year term. 1
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' 'President Elsenhower cabled his
congratulations, saying:

; "I take this opportunity to sa salute
lute salute the people of -the Common

wealth for the. imagination, energy

and devotion which have given

impetus to their rapid political,
economic and a 6 e i a 1 develop
ment."
Their progress, achieved "with "within
in "within a few short years, seizes the
imagination,'.' the. President
added. "They have shown-. the
flexibility and strength of the peo people's
ple's people's capitalism the concept of a

free people working together in a
modern economy to achieve their
own economical and social salva

tion

Railroad

Invesfigafe 2-Way
Freight Train (rash
MARTINSBURG. Jan. S (UP)-4-

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad offi officials
cials officials started an investigation to-day
to determine why two freight
trains traveling in opposite direc directions
tions directions were routed over a single
line track at the same time.

314 cars, collided head on Tues

day,, killing three, crewmen ana
injuring five, others. Both locomo

tives and 41 cars len xne raus
and piled up along the tight of

way. ; -r,- i
The collision occurred 11 miles
west of here along the Potomac
River.
The men killed were riding In

the diesel locomotive of an east-

bound train hauling 145 loaded
freiaht ears and nine empty cars

from Cumberland, Md., to, Bruns Brunswick,
wick, Brunswick, Md.

Their train, believed traveling

at about 2& miles an hour, crashed

into a freight with 160 empty coal

cars westbound from Cumbo, W.

Va., to Keyser W. Va;

The dead were F; B. Phillips,

Lovettsville. Vtu. engineer; L. R.

Holler, Boonsborc-t Md., fireman,

and J. C. Beard, Brunswick, head

brakeman.

Farmers Disease,
Caused by Silos,
Probed by Science

Swank Hotel Burns,
Reason is Unknown,
But No One is Hurl

PORT AU PRINC& Haiti, Jan.
3 (UP) Authorities sought today to
rf.ti.mln, th oshcji nt tho firf

which destroyed Haiti's swankiest tions which might cause the dis

MADKON' Wis. (UP) A

dangerous and little-undersiooa

disease that suae lariuers

h&ne investieated By a lesearch

team at the University of Wiscon Wisconsin.
sin. Wisconsin. 'J T'-"''.t
The disease is calledv silo-fillers'
disease. Its cause was discovered
a few years, ago by four Univer University
sity University of Wisconsin biochemists.
They told the American Chem Chemical
ical Chemical Society that new Silage ap apparently
parently apparently gives off .dangerous ni nitrogen
trogen nitrogen dioxide gas during, the first

few, days after silo-filling A Farm Farmers
ers Farmers who get a big dose of the gas
are often disabled Y and, have to
quit farming.. The gas damages
the lungs and prevents normal
breathing.

There is no specific cure, but

cortisone has helped some vic victims,
tims, victims, according to Charles Crump Crump-ton,
ton, Crump-ton, one of the researchers.
First Noted In 1949

the disease" was discovered ortl

recently,' many scientists believe
the sickness has been common

ever since silos have been in use.
They theorize that it was former formerly
ly formerly diagnosed as ar type of pneu pneumonia.
monia. pneumonia. 1
The disease is usually not fatal.
Painful coughing and shortness of
breath are the first signs of the

disease. s

"The farmer has a peculiar
problem because of the nature of

his job," says Dr. Crumpton. "It

is difficult for him to change iobs.

and yet once he has contracted
the disease, it is absolutely nec necessary
essary necessary that he avoid the condi-

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increasing the assurance our
people feel of their own democrat democratic
ic democratic vigor." i"-
He said that as the eoncept of
th t Commonwealth grows and
"adds new areas of authority, we

must gear these to strengthening
the people's power as expressed ioj

the ballots.?.
Munoz also rededicated himself
to spreading education throughout
the island, using "all means of
transmitting knowledge and of

broadening the : understanding of
how freedom is forged in the hu human
man human spirit."

Ma... -. r., ..ukrit un ine lutroKen aioxme e.n in si.

No injuries were reported among los wasu first noted by Wisconsin
th tourists and socially prominent e"erj i949-. Collecting at

Haitians jammed in the Club uie mio cmite ine
Cabane Choucoune to welcome!f,V wa? concentrated as high as
1957 ., H5 parts per million of air. In-
Th'o fire brokt out as the band fennside J ,ha"rdous a con con-swung
swung con-swung into the tune of Auld!""tratl0n f paru per mil mil-t
t mil-t c il. ;j won.

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night. It flared up at the entrance
to the thatched-roofed, Jog-walled
club and within minutes flames
leaped more than 59 feet into the

Partner

May Reproduce
His, Her Sex

SYDNEY (UP) An Austra

han doctor cautiously suggests!

that the weaker partner of a mar

riage may reproduce his or her

own sex,

Dr. A. K. Maxwell, writing in

the Australian Medical Journal,

offered a survey to support his
theory which he said is 'worthy

oi further discreet observation.''

The Australian Medical Journal,

in us comments on thef indices,

pointed out that the survey was
done on too small a scale to be

acceptable

"Even if carried out on a satis-i

factory large scale," the Journal

added, "it would be difficult to

decide correctly which is the donv

inant partner in any particular

marriage.'

Dr. Maxwell said his studies in

biological research had indicated
that in the animal kingdom the

weaker.of the two sexual partners

tends to reproduce its own sex,.
A small survey conducted "bv

Dr. Maxwell on Australian fa mi-

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There was na panic. The elab-orately-gowned'
women and white white-jacketed
jacketed white-jacketed e-scorts filed calmly
through the three remaining exits
under the direction of members of

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lies supported his earlier findings
with animals, he said. Famiies
used in the tests had three or
more offspring, and in each case

both parents were assessed as
either strong or weak, healthy or

delicate.

The survey showed 'that 20
"oowerful" men reproduced 75

daughters and only six sons; but

that 20 "robust and strong worn

en, each married to a "delicate"
husband, produred 84? sops; and

only 10 daughters. In each case

the children of the marriage tend

ed to be of the same sex asj the;

weaxer marriage parmei
In a sroun of another 20 cou-

Dles. each of equal strengtn ana

health, 70 sons and 66 daughters

were producen.
Dr. Maxwell suggested In the

article that even temporary re reduction
duction reduction in. the vitality of one part partner
ner partner may result in the reoroductioo
of hat sex, even if tha parner
is normally he more dominant of
the two, :.

of Moubray Bay at Cape Hallett

and pinned the Aneb. against ine
Boss Sea Ice field.
The rneb. commanded br
Capt. Nels C. Johnson, reported
it would try to get inside Hallett
Rav for reoairs and continue to

MCMURDtt Sound. Antarctica Ifincennes Bav on the Knox, coast

the club's staff. Jan. 3 (UPO Two sets of pumosiafter leaving supplies at Cape

With telephone communications eombatted water flooding into the Hallett.

cut because of construe Jon oi a ire-trapped U.S.S. Arneb today as
new telephone, system, the Hoterjthe ship lay pinched between two
was forced to send a messenger massive ice floes t at cracked the
to the fire department to sound the hull and snapped the propeller,
alarm. The first firemen arrievi An ice field covering some 200
some 20 minutes after the f ire square miles locked around r the
started. I Navy cargo snip Monday night as
The owners said they were pos- it followed the C ast finaiM !-

iiive" the fir was accidental an! breaker Northwind into Mpubray
'probably caused by firecrack- Bay. The Arneb carried sdpplies

(PA-C) Children of the school in the little town of Con Con-,
, Con-, cepcion near Juan Diai, had great fun with lollipops and
gifts which were given to them by the Soroptimlst Club of
Panama on Christmas Eve. In this picture are three So So-roptimist
roptimist So-roptimist members. Miss RoslU Palaclos, Miss Elsa Valdes,
Miss Mabel Schneider and the teacher of the school.

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turning around to aid the Arneb.
The message said the 2H men
aboard the Arneb were trying to
clear ttrgo from one of th holds
in order to repair a five-foot long
crack in the side.
A helicopter reported th Ice-!

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THURSpAT, JANUARY J, 1957

THt PANAMA AMERICAN v AN s INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER,
pace rm

RevlonY New York" beauty,
Consultant Arrives

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"(PA-C) .- Sljjrid Matthews,
'u&tin American consultant from
Revlon'i v Fifth Avenue Salon.

brln to Panama the happy
combination of "wide experience
iAiboth! the cosmetic and fash fash-ioa
ioa fash-ioa fields. :r':-i)!'-r
r-'-Irt 'addition to-xtenslve traln traln-tnt;
tnt; traln-tnt; in make-up, skin and; nail
car, -she has been, a fashion
coordinator for a leadinn New
York high-fashion store, and
conductejl tashion shows for
Christian Eiloz. and for the Ce Ce-la'iese
la'iese Ce-la'iese f Company in f Bogota.
4 A itiative of Germany. ' she
came I to the United- States in
152 to4 continue her education
at Adeiphi College. Subsetruent.
IV, she married the American
Consul" In Hamburg. became a
fashion Coordinator at t)hr t)hr-baclis
baclis t)hr-baclis was selected as a. cover
tlrl 4 for Lif Magazine, and

moved to Bogota.1 yrneje sne
spent two years promoting Dior
and Celanese through fashion
. shows.' press contacts, and local
" t'e-ins. ".r:': ' .,
?TJpon' her" return to the United
Slates, she decided, to speci's''
in beauty. Following cdricen cdricen-'
' cdricen-' ti-atftf study at Revlon's tew
. York Salon, one pf the most
famous, beauty -centers In--the
i world, sh devoted her time to

nrwmnOTmmiiimr-Tiiiiirwwnii wmWMimmiiSt'rrrWvr

lecturing. I demonstrating anu
training 'representatives in de department,
partment, department, stores and beauty sa salons.5
lons.5 salons.5 Her work in Panama will
be of a similar nature. She,
however, will draw on her fash fashion
ion fashion background in arranging
store prornotioni and will be
available for v discussion with
customer? concerning all beauty
problems including color correla correlation
tion correlation with fashion. .'. rr"
Mrs! Matthews has traveled
widely v both in Europe .and
South America and, consequent consequently,
ly, consequently, has -had ample opportunity
to observe beautiful twomen of
all, nations. f;-
' "if is interesting fd "note" she
says "lidw often thel well well-groomed
groomed well-groomed csrefullv mak e- up
woman is taken for a beauty.

The, very fact" that sne muhh
enough of herself to practice
the-, art of make-up and take
dare' of her skin, -hair and nails

commends the 'aamirauon o
others," irs. Matthews also be believes
lieves believes that color harmony be between
tween between cosmetics and f ashloi
adds to a woman's appearanca
A petite. reahead. Miss Mat
thews spends, her free time.r
joying -music, both classical and
popular, and horseback riding.

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Jsep sees Mine,

iiThen Slops

So Gl Can

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A Vin-de(,e.cting jeep which au au-tomiiticjiiy
tomiiticjiiy au-tomiiticjiiy comes to a halt; ; wiien
it locates, a land tae. has; been
developed t ; the Army Corps, of
Engineers'; resrch and develop

ment. UDQrajoriej, net, ; ,,f r,
-. '!'! 7 '": ''
'.the vehicle Is proceeded by l de detector
tector detector coU capable of. searching a
ix.foot-wid area direcUy In front
of r the 'jeep. The cott. can also be
.ui ta both sides of .the vem-i

cle; thus widening the jeep's de-

S

Will be

Ai Groiip Convention
V Jehovah's 'witnesses will feature
th:..r-' .Au'n'ii DiionciitiOiis. roe

waithioWer anu Awake magazines hours.

Cubi in Coiou wis weekend, re re-lieeu.aU
lieeu.aU re-lieeu.aU 6i uie g.uuy u u-viuuncevi
viuuncevi u-viuuncevi vuuay. ' L

1 -.,'-.,,'. v - '
(AWARDS Samuel -Antonio, second j from left, received a Suggestion Award Certificate and a
check for $10 from Capt. Samuel-Li Ralney, second from right, Chief of Maintenance Divi-
. sion, whea his suggestion to retain two more Inches of fiber when wrapping the reel of sweep-
er brooms was approved.: This speeds up the installation process through eliminating one-cutting
operation and gives longer life to the broom, Isaac Shoccron, Jr.; extrame right, also
.received a suggestion certificate and a check for $10 for his suggestion that damaged dis discharge
charge discharge horns from 15, and 20 pound CO-afire extinguishers be shortened and used on the two
' and four pound, type, .William Trost, left, generaL maintenance foreman looks on, (U.S. Army
Pnotoh i N

Boy-Victim of Cold ;
Dies from Exposure
Hear Air Force Gale
Ui.'f,
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE,
Calif. Jan. 3 (UP J-'-The Air Force
today extended its sympathy to
the parents of a-three-year-old1 boy
who died of exposure in below below-freezing
freezing below-freezing temperatures after becom becoming
ing becoming lost over night In the desert.
Tji;nta nilnt Msi Jones

SeiEler. early Tuesday spotted the

lighilyclad noav :. w .? pm y
Tyree: in sagebrush and sand

ra tnan .two -nuin -,u

thifT'TbaseV main:, gate. Standing

guard beside the boy's body was
hit nnn U's net. corker SDanfel.

More than 1,000 airmen and ci

vilians had combed, thq desert in
temperatu'res. f hat dropped' jto 28

degrees.. y-r

ly 'wandered away from, the "base
hoiisuig project. Mondajr;afternoon.

L.Thej boy, ;.on ,of an airnisn
stationed .here,: was dressed jn a
T-shirt, blue jeans and shoes artd
stocks. when he made his;fatal trelr
into the desert surrounding .this
large base. Doctors said the. bitter
cold Was more than thehoy. could
stand and he probably did some

time-.during, the early monung

ft

s it

fi

" 'Tomorrow's service meeting will
carry the theme, "announcing Je

novua'b jwDSuom wuh magazuies.
vWatchtower .circulation soared

to z.uao.uou an issue in 4b languages

magazine Awat j roacued a circul

ation peak ox 2,000,000 per issue in

13 languages. V-waicntotver repie

senaUyes wdl spend all four as assembly,
sembly, assembly, 'Jays -oistribuung these

Fire Took 10,(00;'
Bul 1956's Totals
Less Than in 1955
nriSTdV. Jan" s An estimated

30,600. pevsons were killed by fire
in the United States during. 1956-t-

875 fewen than m ism. 4
The .decrease ; was the -largest
for any year since World War II,
the ,N a t i o H a 1 Fire Protection

Assn. reported today., uenerai

Manager Percy Buy Dee. aunouiea

the reduction to a "supsiaruai
growth ,. in the general, public's

awareness ana oi uanereoce i-o

Kenunlio i.f Panama and th th Simple ,HUeS 01 personal irc

A ifeteVnd system of lights on 1 MM, riU bt the key speak- '. - r : - r
the dash nd an audible signal re-,e His ialk,. .'Why : Permanent ; total fdollar' value pf, property

atmved bv fire in-195 was

. When- tlie coil-" passes over,, a;
mine an electronic actuator in-,
in mnt.inn a vhvdrau-

tiZ.y. -,hhh disenaaees the two magaz.nes to the humer of

ciuteh and' sets the brakes. J PeoP' deuveruig Bibxe
'' i ' .-,' .. '-,:" erniona,;.fti,''v.- u v
' The detector's "Operating -con-,- ; : 1
trols, located on the jeeps dash-. Archie V.; Raper4 Watchtower

board can be .mampuiatea ojr u.m iuy(uwiui wiumeri ior

-ith.i- Mi driver or an assistanwi w

:k BACK TO JAIL-Dr. John Bodkin Adams, 5T, shown after an
appearance at Magistrates Court in London, was ordered
back to Jail Jollowlng a court appearance technically called
a remand hearing. Adams is avaiting trial on charges of
murdering 81year-old Mr Edith Mofrell .six, years agtf vV

T

Powell In Good D.nb Graces;
We Suffers Mild Party Rebuke

WASHINGTON. Jan. 3 mPI

House democratic leaders let by.
gones be bygones today and' re

stored Rep.. Adam Clavton POweir

oi jncw York to good party stand

ing wun oniy -a nwia reDUKe.

lne. Jvegro congressman bolted

bis party to support President Ei

senhower In November on grounds

AaaUi Stevenson was too can
tious on the civil rights issue.

Powell's, defection was not even

brought up at Democratic -caucus
held in advance of tomorrow's
opening ; session ; of Congress.' A
sinjilar .bolt by Rep. John Bell
Williams of .Mississippi also went

unmenuoneq. .. . ...

reived through earphones com-

tiin ia' indicate, the presence 'of

a mine.:,-,... ,;...,

The "detector

and assembly

feace will come in Our Day." will

be delivered Sunday, 7:30 p.m. All
sessions of the. four-day gathering
are fret and bpei. to the public.
Representatives from all over the

weigh about 700 pounds. When net Republic and the Canal Zone will

,in use 5they are iransponea n oe in attendance..

racks on the back or sm oi uia

geep.

Us S. To,Cpns!rucr ;
pi pdjnber Base f,
In CenlralF brmosa v
f 5 !V --iv-TAIPEI,
Formosa, Jan. S (UP)
The United Statu "will buitrf a
S25-million Jet fighter and strategic
"bomber base oa Formosa for the
Nationalist Chinese Air Force, Ihe
V. &. Embassy announceu UaJ
Military sources sid the : new
coiwtructioa would permit the U.S.
biggest strategic bombers to use
Formosa as a base for the first
time. This would put American jet-,
bombers within 1,700 mites ol ie
Chinese Communist cepital of Pei-

Business' Manners: N

Belierthan;Social Belierthan;Social-Says
Says Belierthan;Social-Says Magazine Poll

N. Y.' Jan. 3 UP)-. Business

manners are better today than to.
cial manners, according to a For For-tune
tune For-tune magazine study. -,
i ' V
The current fasut of th ma3 ma3-zine
zine ma3-zine reports that business men are

now being guided by two crinci.

pies disagree as pleafantly as
you agree, and treat salesmen at
courteously as you would like

our own salesmen treated, v.

Fortune said 40 per cent of some

150 company presidents inter interviewed
viewed interviewed claimed to answer their
cwn phones becauw only' 5 per
cent of their calls are nuisance
calls anyway. SecreJaries who
answer phones for their bosses
low are told to srive the caller a

precise idea of what the executive

the

The U.S. Air Force will be able
to use the baSe under terms of
the American military agreements
vl.h Nationalist China. ..
'ijc. Embassy saut t new base
be located in central Formosa.

iniorrnea sources U4 it would be is aomg u Ae cnot come ta

at jsicnong on the west coast f phone.
tbis. Nationalist Chinese ss.'aal barf- "; '
tOB. ; ; J Some tS'pef cent of the' Crmi
." (Questioned by the magszina said
An annom-ment fTd t1" hje ifctitives and emp'ojet wert on
vill be the "most modern afrfiddja f'rst name bssis. Executives feel
na laiwan Formosa (.-"'it ajtteU that the fine? t tmn lent thev
t'.st pitrmmk "wit! allow for-flt'ire csn pay a "visiting fireman" is

Cil': .it ens. ,V - t ferot him tn th,' ?iom

ronrd 31J50.000.000. Th ,1955. to

tal and previous nign was,sw,:
768,000. : . ,' V '
Of the total I6si in -;i95 "JriS-

00.000 represented loss.- to Dtuio-

ines ind contents, "ine tKner zoo

million "was loss br aircraft, mo

tor vehicles, forest r.d other non non-building
building non-building fires. , . ,.

Biggest fire of the year was me
Mslibu, Calif., conflagration. The
NFPA said the Malibu loss is ex

creted to exceed the 15-miliion-dollar
Brooklyn, N.Y.," pitr fire
and explosion of Dec. J...

Gruehlher Flunks;
Arniy's Physical,
;)s; Unfit for Duly V

WASHINCTONi Jan. (UP)

Gen. Alfred M. Gmenther, former
Ailied commander in Europe, was
tound fpermanenUy unfit lor duty
by reason of physical disability of
u per ceni" a( te time ol his
retirement from the Army, v 7
Th f lading tf tHssbiiity Cty
Army- sfectws, rtvttled in Army
rtftrs Urfky, mtenS that 40 per
cnt 0f rhe CeMrsl's $11,4
ytar rtlre4 pay will W free

incm tlx, according tt Army
fAcials. ... i'

st President of the American -Vd

Cross yesterday The post pays

$30,000 a year.. 'j
Supreme Allied Commander in
Furope from July, 1953, until last
November, Gruem ier retired from
(te Army on Dec 31 after 88 rears

of cemmisioned service. ' .'"

ta amount of physical disabili-

;'';ia1ektd,' third Party
ii v .....
WQUams ; supported a states

richfs third nartv. claiming both

Stevensin apd Mr., Eisenhower

were too liberal on civil rights.

; Speaker Sam Rayburn said this
meant neither member avill be
penalized by denial of committee

ssignmcuis.
But Pototelf,', who "attended the
caucus, accused Rayburn of. a
"Violation of House rules" r. in

turning down his, request for Dew

oince space.
Powell' said' lie 'won the right

to the office space in a drawing
but 'that Rayborn' awarded the
space to Rep1. Frank Chelf of Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. 'v.'

Rayburn commented that Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, and Chelf had the sam sn-

iority 1 and ; that "Chelf was. loyal

to the party in November, so
Chelf, got Ihe office."
More, than 20 civil righ'ts lead leaders
ers leaders gathered at the Caoitor todav

to protest .iq case Rayburn and
Other, House leaders officially cen-

surea, roweu xor his defection.

840 kcs., Panama Gty
1090 Kcs., Colon Colon-Telephones:
Telephones: Colon-Telephones: 2-3066 Panama
: 1063 Colon
PRESENTS

Today, Thursday, Jan. 3
'' i'i
P.M. .
4:00 Feature Review,.
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phonr
till 3:00)
8:30News
5:35 What's Your F t 1 0 r 1 1 1
(cont'd) '.
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL)

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTSl

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Telephone Hour .(WRUL)
7:00 Ooon Show s
7:30 VOA Report From TJ V
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
8:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phona
till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama 'V":'V'
10:45 Temple Of Dreams

U:00-Concert Under, The Stars

12:00 Sign Off,

' N Purgt Inttnderf-. .
Bat Rayburn said "We' never. In
tended to purge anybody,'' .1
.Powell, minister of the Abhvxln

ian Baptist Church in New York,
said he felt committee "reprisals"
would have been taken against

me u 1. naa not Deen supported
by fellow ministers." ," 7

Rep. Wayne L. Hays. (D-Ohlo).

originally: had planned to brlna ud

the issue, of Powell's loyalty to

uie. party. He wanted to deprive
the .New Yorker of his committee

assignments.

He told a reporter be did not

offer his resolution "because the

leadership said it would oppose
it.-.-- i .-
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restoration of Powell's committee

assignments naa Deen rseiuea,
Rayburn cracked: v

"It's been settled si! toe- nme

If Powell hadn't talked so much."

This was an obvious reference ta
the fusrf' Powell and his support

ers kicked up over toe issue.

Tomorrow, Friday, Jan.- 4
a.m.
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
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7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church, in The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
8:00 News ;
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8:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A t
(Cut ex and Odorono)
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phone till 8:30)
11:00 News
11:05 Spins And-Needle
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12:00 News
P.M.
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI MUSICAL
CAL MUSICAL (Nescafe)
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1 :45 Songs of 'France
2:00 Tex Benekc .shpw
2:15 Freddy 'Martin Show
2:30The Virginians

3:00 Hank' Snow And Hia

Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
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5:35 What's Your Favorite
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6 : 1 5 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the week
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7:30-VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth s
8:30 Short Story Theater

8:00 You Asked For It re

quests taken by phone

till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America

11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.

Jeanne (rain, Kids,
Hubby Sefllc Down

Vilh Marilal Bliss

rcverybodr kiwwj expensive dinice ra determmul oa hia

eonslraction rnd ri?!)tcT) bbTn comes mi; e flnre retirement etamirstion.

final

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'vf ce eJ tej. u. nmrniy's expense aecounv'enter underwent surgery at vfalt-
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JIMMY SETS THE YEAR Actress Msrsie 4jttle. 35. ot

; PUinfield, NJ, will become the bride pf t3-jear-cloT Jimmy
. Dursiitt "some tune next year" she says, in announcing their1
fttgaffcmenl. The elusive comedian .has been sidestepping
snotber march cjwb the aiit since the dealt) of his first sv-Q
; in 143. ' -:

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tress Jeanne Grain and her hus husband,
band, husband, Paul Brinkma, were togeth together
er together today and settled down with
their four children to family life
following months of sensational
divorce proceedings.
Miss Crain said he and the

wealthy manufacturer considered
their children and their Catholie
religion in deciding to reconcile.

Miss Cram and Bnnkman dis

closed the reconcliation amid the
gaiety of a- $125,000 New Year's

F.ve party at Romanoffs Restau Restaurant
rant Restaurant given by Texas oil man
David Feldmao. .:
On of Hollywood's spiciest di di-rorce
rorce di-rorce battles in many years was

waged, last spring between the

pretty- actress and Brinkman. She

charged in a divorce complaint

that. Brinkmai beat her up and

consorted with other women.

Brinkman in a divorce cross
complaint accused the actress ol

having been intimate with million.

aire Homer Rhoadt and declared

she was an "unfit mother." Only

last week Brinkman and Rhoadt
squared off and threw several
punches following a cay Christmas

party at Rhoads' apartment.

Flowers Co Wilch
In A-PlaritMeet
HARWELL? Enclandl Jan. 1

i l rj-Aiomic power just runs a
tulip wild, scientists at the British
atomic tnerev research, station

here reported today.- -.
In experiments- to determine
the effect of atomic -radiation
living and inanimate matter. Har

well scientists turned the clock
baik 1.000 years and made tulips
revert to the wild state in which
they 'existed before maa started
improving them.
The experiments also produced
stemless daffodils, a spokesman
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The researchers believe that ts ts-diation,
diation, ts-diation, fcy affecting the chromo chromo-sonea,
sonea, chromo-sonea, msy produce new strains

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Carta' ie j

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Billy Shantz Expects
Team To Cop Pennant;
Chesterfield Lead Cut

By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Manager Billy Shantz of the Carta Vieja Yan Yankees
kees Yankees served notice today, on the strength of the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees 5 to 1 victory last night, that his team defi definitely
nitely definitely a contender in the tight Panama Pro League
pennant race and "we expect to go all the way and

top the Hag.
And the Yankees, who finish finished
ed finished .dismal last in 1956 cer cer-Uiny
Uiny cer-Uiny did look good last nignt
ai-ierithander Ell Grba scat scat-S8S?Mtt
S8S?Mtt scat-S8S?Mtt anf his mates
backed him up with eight to
. move to within one game of the
lead and one-half game of the
a marf rerveza BaiDoa
' second -place
J3ermen.
, .hi nicked up
hi
.eTond win agMnst three loss loss-.Mwould
.Mwould loss-.Mwould have had a shutout
. two errors commit-
ted by shortstop Spider
m e.
he
imokers scoring their lone tai-
. have now
de
leitee Smokers five times
K teams' eight meetings
: Orba. who in spite ot to art
tacks had ahown since the sea
ion sUrted that he had the
makings of a classy hurler but
ajust a "hard luck guy,' look look-masterful
masterful look-masterful as he struck out
eight and walked only two bat-
started for the
jerry uavic
-a nr. all the yan-
&erun ThV righthander who
has won two games, dropped his
SrtTeclslon in giving up seven
gts to the three and one-third
rmarflarfo. who relieved
Davie in the fourth with one
out. allowed just one hit duftag
his. three and two-third-inning
8tiChelito Gordon got u the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees out In order In the bottom
tVhe Yankees' first run tame
in the- second on De Jacobs
two-bagger and singles by John Johnny
ny Johnny Kropf and Joe TumlneUL
AU of their other market
crossed the plate in the fourth
on another double by Jacobs,
hits by Kropf and Tum'nelll
rain, third baseman Carlos
Heron's error, a base on balls
to Grba and a two-run single
bv Tony Bartirome.
in the eighth, with Grba go going
ing going great guns and appearing on
"way to a shutout .Bobby
prescott was safe on Wilhelm s
bobble, with one put.
Ed Napoleon got on when W W-helm
helm W-helm committed his second mis mis-,
, mis-, cue and prescott came home
later on Clyde parris's single to
Manager Andy Cohen, whose
team has dropped two straight
games. Tevealed after the feame
that the Smoker front office Is
negotiating for a catcher to re replace
place replace Marcos Cobos who ha s
been out of action since suffer suffering
ing suffering an injury as he blocked the
plate on the sliding Herman
Oharles of the Beermen a week
ago.
It is speculated that the re receiver
ceiver receiver under consideration
Billy Queen, who did a great
Job for the champion Smoker
last season.
Weak-hitting Calvin Byron
has been doinsr most of the

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Venezuelan Upsetter
Takes On Brazilian
Champ In Net Play
TAMPA Fla.. Jan. 3 (UP) Iyo
Pimental, the Venezuelan dark
horse who posted a big upset in
th nnpninff round, takes on ae-
f ending champion Armando ViiV.
ra of Sao Paulo. Brazil, today in
the second round of the Dixie In
ternational Tennis Tournament.
In other featnre matches today,
tnird-seeded Don Candy of Austra Australia
lia Australia meets Mario Llamas of Mexico
and, in the women's division, top top-seeded
seeded top-seeded "Karol Fageros of M i a m i
plays Pilar Herriro of Cuba and
Martha Hernandez of Mexico plays
Ramande Jones of France.
Pimental came from behind in
the opening round yesterday to de defeat
feat defeat fourth-seeded Roger Becker
ol England, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3.
But a side from the one upset,
other topseeded players came
through with little difficulty.
HARD LISTENING (ieno
Brown, University of San
Francisco backcourl star',
found it was no fun getting the
score by radio when an in- -jured
left hand forced him,
out of the lineup.
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Tomorrow Night J

WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 (UP)
Wdro Martinez, featherweight
champion of Panama, will make
his first rinjf appearance In the
United States Friday night in
a 10-round firht with Ike Chest
nut at the Capitol Arena.
Both fighters hope m victory
will move them a step nearer a
match wHh champion- Sandy
Saddler. r
The 126-pound Martlnei has
lost only two of 29 fights. '. His
manager, Manuel Alfaro, said
his fighter is "very fast, punches
bard, and never stops tnrowing
punches.- .'vf;v-'
Chestnut, of New .York,- has
made several appearances on
the TV fight circuit, Both fight
ers have been training In New
York.
" The fight s being staged by
promoter Goldie Ahearn for the
benefit of Hungarian refugee re relief.
lief. relief. . ... v ...
Yanks Are Comlnq
Chesterfeld
Napoleon, rf
Heron, 3b ...
Parris, 2b ...
E. Osorio, lb
Grote, cf ....
Nuflez, if
Bernard, ss
Bvron, c
Diaz, c
Davie, p
A. Osorio, p
Prescott
Gordon, p .,,
AB R HPO
4
3
4
.....4
3
4
, 4
2
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
'1
0
1
1
0
0
0.
0 0
Of 0
0 0
0 0
Totals 32 1
Prescott safe on error
Osorio in 8th.
5 24
for
Carta Vieja
Bartirome, lb ....4 0
Shantz, c 4 0
Wilhelm, ss 3 0
Phillips, If 4 0
Jacobs, 2b 4 2
Kropf, rf 4 1
Tuminelli, 3b 3 1
Kern, cf 4 1
Grba, p 2 0
Tojtals 32 5 8 27 11
Score by innines:
Chesterfield 000 000 0101 5 2
C. Vieja 010 400 OOx 5 8 2
' SUMMARY
Errors ? Napoleon, Heron. Wil Wilhelm
helm Wilhelm 2. RBI'a: Kropf 2, Tumi Tuminelli,
nelli, Tuminelli, Bartirome 2. Parris. Earn Earned
ed Earned runs: Carta Vieja 4. Two base
hits: Napoleon, Jacobs 2. Dou Dou-bleplays:
bleplays: Dou-bleplays: Parris. Bernard, Oso Osorio,
rio, Osorio, Wilhelm, Bartirome; wil wilhelm,
helm, wilhelm, Jacobs, Bartirome; Wild
oitch: A. Osorio. Struck out bv:
Davie 2, Grba 8. Base on balls
off: Davie 2, A. Osorio 1. Grba 2.
Left on base: chesterfield 8;
Carta Vieja 6. Pitchers record:
Davie 5 runs, 7 hits in 3 1-3 in in-ninss;
ninss; in-ninss; A. Osorio 0 runs, 1 hit In
3 2-3 innings. Winning pitcher:
Grba (2-3): losing pitcher,
Davie f2-4). Umpires: Thornton,
Roberts, Moore. Time of irame:
2:15.
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with leaps of 252.6 and 262.24 feet
for 217.8 points.
MILAN, Italy (UP) Mario
D'Agata's manager said vesterdav
that the world bantamweight
champion may defend his title
against Alphonse Hallmi of
Fra nee instead of NBA champion
Raul (Raton) Macias of Mexico.
Manager Libero Cecchi said he
has obtained a $35,00 guarantee
to fight Halimi but said the bout
won't take - place unfess the
French challenger guarantees a
return fight in Rome should
d'Agata lose his -title.
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jDevils queeed by th Wildcats in Durham, 85-84. fr,:. j

Fullmer Agrees To Give
'. v-J- ::-. i -' r,': 1
Sugar Ray Return Bout

NEW. XORK, riJan, i'kK
Youir Croe ullme'the, Utah
battering raai who won ancient
Sugar Kay Kobinson's middle middle-weTght
weTght middle-weTght crown- with v. murderous
.rtr .ttack. said today he
ZavA a return till, shot to
Ray and his '!foui-figbt" scream screaming
ing screaming "handlers. .,,
'u.-ii take the return fight,
said Robinson's co-manager, Har
old (Killer) Johnson of Chicago,
nr. wmi file an official pro
i.v,hv aeainsfreteree Ruby
GoldsUin for. permitting Fullmer
wrestle througrout the bout.
" thit'. runt," said eo-manag.
r Ernia Braa of New York.
'Wa'U filo h protest with tho
Stat Athlttie CommUiron Fri Fri-day
day Fri-day to rnako suro there's a com com-p.l.nt
p.l.nt com-p.l.nt r.f.r.. in th. rin0,noxt
time. And thon. Ray wiU beat
that itratffightar'
vnnno H'uHmer.. who floored Rob
inson once and : wrestled him to
th- miivm oiiee: -.-breaking the
rinc roDes. .won a lop-sided, una
niinous, io-round decision beiore
a, near-caDacity ..CiOwd of 18A34
fans, who paid ?W,b- wiines
tb a oo.vi.vniith .classic. But the
former champion is assured of a
chance to win oaca ms crowu be
cause of a return-bout contract to
fight for the title within 90 days.
Phvcifiam wno aia uie u-sinm
tattine on Robmson I gasnea
i th wouna wvuiu
. J .1.1 K.
healed in plenty oi ,w lr'f""
to try to win the leo-pouna crown
for the fourth timer within 90 days.
The brow was th.
JUIU
Aithm.ffh Suear Rsf lost his
i.u-j AnAm. he was some-
what consoled by a purse oMIM,-
465, resulting Jrom
cent of the net gate and his $60 000
from TV-twytf;
have fought for BOthmf toget the
title, got exactly nothing from TV TV-radio,
radio, TV-radio, but his 12 I Per nt of the
n gate camt to. $24,330 -largest
purse of his career. -1
Fullmer, who ne'er was stopped
in 40 previous fights, proved him himself
self himself amazingly rugged by taking
the best shots right on the chin
from the once-great old mas master.,
ter., master., who bad knocked out 90 of his
previous 146 opponents.
Gene not only took them, but he
eame fighting back. And in the
seventh round, he shook off a ter terrific
rific terrific right to his own chin and
came storming in with a left hook
ih.t Trmwked slender Ray half
through the ropes onto the ring
apron. Kownsoa w c m u
rin? and on his feet at the count of
five And Sugar nay men muwcu
VICTORIA
.lsivvrr
j-.' s t
" ; I'LL CRY
;; "tomorrow.
' Alsor -ROGUE
COP
Me.

Kentucky "grimaced as Duke's i

his" own ruggedness by $haking-up
Gene with two steamtag rights' to
the head;. j-.' 'r.
'.vv'i :(.
Sugar Ray's bast "rounds wart
Hi fourth, ninth. and 12th. Thoy
war tha only on given him by
all thrao ring, officials, although
ha got two of 'their votat for his
gallant finish in tha 15th.
The, 11th session might be called
the decisive one. In that round,
Robinson buckled Gene's knees
with a : left-right-left combination
to the head and then battered him
into the ropes; but Fullmer came
plunging back like distraught bil bil-lygoat
lygoat bil-lygoat and gave Play such a close close-quarter
quarter close-quarter bartering that he won the
round at least on. the United
Press score sheet. After that, there
appeared no doubt about the win winner.
ner. winner.
Fullmer broke Robinson's win winning
ning winning sunn4 at seven Douis and tag tagged
ged tagged him with his fifth defeat since
ne turned professional i years a a-go.
go. a-go. The three fuig officials lavored
uie westerner ou a romiaa Dasis
as follows: referee Goldstenr, 8-.
2; judge Harold Barnes. fl-K and
juage rrank Forbes, 10-5.Tne U
nited Press agreed, 9-6.
Although early odds favored Full Fullmer
mer Fullmer b as high as 9 to. 5 late' sup support
port support for Robinson sen them, into
me ring at ven money,
Dark-haired Fullmer- of, West
Joiudii, cian, Jto, wuu the itie w
a wide margin uirougn Uie use U
' Scaling 157-1-4 pounds to Robin
son a cmsii-uniu am, ue iwKuie
uie ilii utau-uoiti scidDJtu: v u.
win any wuiiu uuwu u, letting
Kuouuon ao most oi tne -auvand
lflg 111 Wtul VOiiiuL-, Cvnuiitiliuai-
ian la wiui terruic, countefiau.oar
At 35, Robinson's legs no longer
wei e iv euoun to.wute ana .out
of.faugo of ue Sixatgnt-torwaru
msuea. nitu Uie r uuiiicf curaes
iorceauia once-great cuampioa
w, iui Mitv ciuiut ater cmicu,
wnere no was pracucauy "uhhu
ereu" by lett hooks, to me douv.
ana short, .cIuDDing over-iianu
rights to the side of tne head.
loose nghu kept Ray's bead dod-
bmg down anu sideways uvnearty
every, round. ; ,r
Tho Kobinson handlors
Cillad
'rabbit
Sugar
those ovor-handod blows
pvnehoa." Somo did hit
Ray II lag ally on tho back of tho
."hock, but most of thorn tandod
on his noggin w '.
' r V : f
: Also the eager apprentice-welder
from the Kennecott copper mine
at Bingham, Utah, near West Jor
dan, was warned several times try
referee Goldstein for heeling with
his glove laces and hitting low.4
Roughness reached its peak in
the sixth round when they wrestled
to the canvas, landing en route on
the lower ring rope and breaking'
it. The clock was stopped an. ad-'
ditional 25 .seconds between the
sixth and seventh rounds while
workmen tried to repair, the rope;
but it fell down again in the 10th,
and a few extra seconds ware re
quired to remove it entirely..

Tonight
v:..;' "V" .'v-'w'itv v;i.f.

Ttf annual Junior Colleee in
vltational Tournament with
eigh teams i involved. in tne
head-knocking begins tonight
with the lieavily-favored hosts
tackling the Navy, Warriors.
" The game, set for the College
gym, hegjns at 6 p.m. -'
A second game, featuring al al-aervice
aervice al-aervice action, places Albrook's
C-Air-C club against the Ar Army's
my's Army's Fort Clayton &i g n a 1
Corps; That will be at o'-.
clock. fi i
Other teams taking part in
the single elimination meet in include'
clude' include' Balboa Hljth, .. Cristpbal
High," Athletic Club and; the At-lahtic-side
Snortsmen. .tl Of the
teams in action, three -are mili military,
tary, military, three are scholastic and
two are independents. 4
Junior College, which won
handily the inter-scholastic
champipriship with' a 51 record,
is a favorite to coo this grand
scramble, too. They've sot five
trood ballplayers, shotmakers and
reboimders with Fred RaybQurne
and Ramon Quesada pacing the
quintet..w ;. '", v-' 4 v
. -:V,i-' ,..:.''V.....f .ft .'- -Vi'i.:
At Blackall.rGU Smith, and
captain Bob Foeel are the other
three starters. Quesoda was the
season's scoring leader.
Probably second-seeded is the
Athletic Club, which; ended n
second place in the unofficial
club standings of the league in
the season just finished. And
third-seeding: will probably co
to e-AhvC, a team paced by the
crushing scorine Duncb of Em.
mett Bryant-' and coach F. J. J
Gerber -
In the third (jame of the meet,
AC will face Cristobal; High
School. Athletic Club Is highly highly-fav.bred
fav.bred highly-fav.bred to "beat the Tigers, Just

as they did in three regular sea-K

son engagements.
, Tonight's first game''0 line-up:
Junior. College Navy". Posv
Quesada Thomas F,'
Biatfkall Johnson F
Smith f Mcpherson, C
Fogel -. Cofer. G
Raybourne McAlister G
, ....... fy ,. r, .. ,-;iJ'yf
And watch Navv'a Ron Mc-
Pheron,and Ll6yd (Cofer, they
And for the second game:
C-Air-'p
Gerber ',
Bryant
Clayton
Delaney
Jankovich
Salts
Thoner
Williams
Pos.
F
F
C
G
G
Bennett
Phillips
White
Bill Jankovich and Sam Wil
Hams, the tallest Dlayer-in the
Armed Forces; league, are potent
one-two, jArmy puncnes. i
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Ridina School Holds
Last Show Of year
The Panama Rid'ng School
closed out a successful season
with its last show of tha year
Sundav iit Cblva Chlvn.
In beeinners lumoin. the
rwinners were: Janice, Snencer.
first; 'Mary plaia.1 second;, and
Janice Scott, third. r
The Intermediate "lumping
winners were: Bunny Mausert,
iirst; Nancy Askew arid, Dodv
Moses in v tie lor second, and
busan Whitmore third. A game
of "musical chair", was won by
uanay Anaerson. i -.sThe
advanced lumplne com.
petition wound up In, a four four-Way
Way four-Way tie among Gaby Frederick,
Maxine conover,-Rickv McDon McDonald
ald McDonald and Mimi Conover.' -s r
T. 8. (Rudy) Rudesheim Jump Jumped
ed Jumped Gay Ariel in a pair Jumping
exhibition with Bunnr Mausert,
who was aboard RJsita. Bunny
was-the youngest rider in -the
show. She went on alone to clear
the four-fopt-six four bar lump
twice m succession with Rlslta.
The -most accomplished rider
of the year in the advanced class
was Maxine Conover who will be
awarded a prize at the next
show; , t
The most accomnlished new
rider was Bunny -Mausert who
also will be awarded a prize at
the next show.
The show wa judsed bv Rude
sheim and referred by Lt. Col.
Rye Mausert Maxine Conover
was the assistant 1ud?e and sis
sy Mausert tne .storekeeper.

Teamsi-
Chesterfield ..
Cerveza Balboa
Carta Vieja

TOMORROW NIGHT'S GAMES-(2)-A't Panama.
Cerveza Balboa (BroAvn 0-2 and Sheetz 1-2) vs.
Carta Vieja (Alonso 0-0 and Romberyer 2-1). a '.
x Game Time: 6 p.m: ; : v 1 s
' 5 ; .LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS At Panama' 1'
. Carta Vieja 5, Chesterfield Lv:-:-;f

HOOF BEATS
. By Corirado Sargeant ,v

) After an absence of several
years, "this column; returns ; to
offer local horse racingi ,f ans
whateyer information of inter interest
est interest Js." available, ; I, :
Several; owners: : of top flight
thoroughbreds at the president
Remon ace track are reported reportedly
ly reportedly displeased with the schedule
of distances 'drawn u by track
handicapper.i Petronilp Alonso
ana already approved by t h e
Panama Gambling i; control
uoara (patronato.,
A well-informed, : but unof f 1
cial, source told us that the
schedule tor First and Second
Series horses lists only, distances
of seven furlongs or more. Nat Naturally.
urally. Naturally. the owners of i'sDeed
horses, feel that -this move is
detrimental' to them. ; ,
,It Vthiar writer's opinion,
and also the proven concensus
.of racing fans the world over,'
"that distance races are what
they Jike best." Needless to say,
w are wholly -in favor of, the
handicapper's decision to give
However, the need" forrnore
us more route races..
route events does not Justify the
elimination of six-furlong sprints
or even the inclusion i of
five-;
r
Most Uilusual
IV Ky OSCAR" SRALIt i-'r:.
' SAN. Juari. P. Hi Janl 3 (UP)
mo snowbird' golfers scuffing up
the living room rug would eat
their hearts out even more todav
if they could get one look at the
world's most unusual golf course.
It's not too big, Seeming almost
to have been designed for the
world's largest midget. But it has
a setting, inside the towering
miiaewen wails ot 425-vear-o 1 d
t ort El Morro y which is un
matched anywhere! v.
El Morro was. built bv the
Spanish in 1531'. and( at various
times through the centuries, it has
been attacked by such as Sir
Francis Drake, countless pirates
and the armies of seVeral nations.
wow it is being cannonaded
again by golf baDs. For after
the v s? Army moved and took
over, the Yanks put. 'W a golf
course.; What they, have come -up
with has to be the most unique
links layout of them an.'' j
Sand greens nestle tats embra
sures which 'once' cradled cannon.
Two holes are in the castle moat
and the walls are- pitted with the
marks m' more c golf; shots than
rifle, hoU.kt ;-
This hasttO'be the: spot where
they train our. infantrymen. Be
cause four- parauer holes use the
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ers. topshbttfi-ers. The- track's best horses
should be allowed to run atall
available distances including,
of .course, more distance ... race
jthan sprints on. the schedule t4s
Here is. an excetpt. from -Tho
Miami Herald of Thursday, Dep.
20 that deals with .this jitnl
subject: :'-r .h:M::
- 'Distantenracln wlQ be stress stressed
ed stressed ;,more than eter at JIteleah,
this winter, itWas1 revealed wed- s
nesday by Charles J. McLennan, h
who is now starting his 22nd
season as racing secretary there:
."'Half of our .16 stakes e-vat
distances ; from: a mile and n 1
eighth to a mile and a half, Jbut
we -.intend to emphasize n route v
evehts in overnight competitioo,
too," said the veteran offidaV ?
., "Sprints, lor testa- of -, sheep,
sped, are necessary teb,"'-.Mei ;
Innan went on, "but rat9
over a distance are what -the -public
likes best. They gft'
close-ups of the start and early 1
'stages' of a race as -well as th'
stretch run and finish,, and
such races are a true- test for
horsemen. Naturally, it is more
of a challenge to train a honie
for route competition tbaiti':
f or. spr'nts."
Golf Course

sanie' fairway whife;1 another .hole j

cms ngiK across : tne." fourthole
fairwiy.,', The second hole, J10 :
yards uphill i against;: .'the-'- castle
wall, is 'one where yow i drop he
ball Into the moat There it "re "rebounds
bounds "rebounds from one wall te the other
and is .evett money to wind up n
the sand green, where the caddy
will smooth your putting surface
by dragging a grass, mat across
your line. '4v ,, a--- .,5; ; v
The third t hole1 iruni down the
dog-leg nioat and you can play
your shot over a bridge or funder :
its arch:; fr.-:.
On the next one. a-vird
hole, your tee shot has 0 clear the
30-foot fall of "the moat whichi is r
within 80 yards of the tee.Slicers
ricochet their ball off tliff tastle
wall. which Convertc 'it 'lnto a
hook.".
.On 4 the 130-yard sevenf Ji,
you're too strong, your ball clear
the' parapet and lands UXi feet,'
below in a cemetery-filled viithi
stone kngels. Ball hawks wil toss toss-it
it toss-it "beck- for- a dime. v.'-,;
And, on te ninth, body (iglish
ishT allowed' on the tee.Mf you
back up too far, there's -a TS-foot
drop -Into the blue-green waters jof -the
Atlantic because you're hitting
ycur drive from tne top. of -the
parapet . ,. ,- v. ..v"
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1957
TH5 PANAMA AMERICAN .. AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NETTSPAPEB. w
PAGE SEYEJI
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f Mere FebA 8
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Second Annual

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4

In the

Slated For
El Panama
Cabana Club

.T,-r,T wo- rv tv.. nrmnat. woman tennis ulaver

hSW defend her title in Panama at the second annual
'' rnaTional invitational Tennis Tournament to be held at
. kei PaSama CabanaTand Tennia Club In February, Last-
,i iStt Alth Gibson in the finals at Wimbledon-

Snider's Best Bets

rts For 1957

111 i5DO

f pi By ST6V8

4 NEW YOBKf Jan. 3 (UP)-Best

it. i in knnrt for 1957

Btfaill Riee The Yankees
nd Braves. The Yanks are solid

.riAMcrfi tn- rmnat and the Braves,

with a change., in luck, should be
tough 'enough to wertake the
aging Dodgers and the thumping
Reeg, X -j- wiUlamt

to nose oit Mickey Mantle in the
American League; Hank Aaron to
stave off his -challengers again in

' Bina Several titles v4U

change' hands- but; none wul
,oi .Plnvd Patterson, who will

breeze any tinj,he's: asked in the

. cMkmek al the Year M

- f h Indians (or some.

hpr ls'e)f he elects to play

again.!

; Kentucky Derby Barblzon, -the

aplid. horse Jnabe sou. aiei
Calumet Farms.
, Pr Fobsll The Giants are
young enough, tough enough and
smart -enough under Jim Lee
Howell to. do U again.,
, Celltge. FoMball Oklahoma
won't break the habit yet.
Pitehrna VltwitHerli Score
ot the Indians and, if be-quits see-in-
Yankee spots ef ore his eyes,
Don Newcombe of the Dodgers,
US Open Coif-Peter Thomson
W Australia. If he decides to com

pete, and otherwise a flier oh
Julius -Boros.
U.S. .Amateur Golf Harvie
Ward of San Francisco, with two
in a row, could make it three.
- First to Claim Major League
Pennant in Sprina Trainlns Keep
an va on cheerful Birdie Teb-

betts of the Redlegs for the first
time he has a pitcher post a good
workout. With that hittinr power,
he doesn't need much new pitching
to waltz home in fronts -,
Tonnis Australia has the Davis

Cup locked up as 'tightly as LJ,S.
gals have the Wightman Cup.
Tfu h a vear that Althea Gibson

overtakes Shirley -Fry-in the big

ones and Aussie Lew Hoaa wins
most of the world's leading
crown but again mis I e,i the
"grand slam." 1
Most Improved Baseball Team Team-The
The Team-The Cardinals, with frantic Frank Frank-ie
ie Frank-ie Lane dealing strenuously.
Basketball Someone's gonna
catch up- to Wilt Chamberlain and
v.n.oc at the riant (or wrong)

time and grab top honors for thei

year but wno u ii oe njuuu
guess right now

Home Kuns, m"n
Mickey Mantle's department

again and he might come even
closer to Ruth's mark this year.
t-.,i, cntW ). the man In the

NaUonal League, probably as long

as the BrooKs resme in m num.
they want to leave-Ebbets Field.
La the best bet of ell-Don't

bet.

Shirley Fry, the winner of
last year's International invita tional
tennis tournament, will
again: be among tlios taking
part in this year's edition of the
tournament, scheduled to begin
at El Panama Hotel Feb. 18.
Miss Fry, now the world's
champion of the amateurs, has
assured the committee she 'will

be back in Panama again this

rear to aeiena the e sne won
ast March. Miss Fry gained her

title as world's amateur tennis
champ at Wimbledon, Australia,
against such formidable com competition
petition competition as Angela Buxton and
Shirley Bloomer of England and

Althea Gibson of the United
States. ' i i

The confirmation from Eng England
land England that Miss .Bloomer and
Miss Buxton will also be Jtt Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, plus Tola Ramirez from

Mexico and Karol Fageros from
the United States, assures Isth Isthmians
mians Isthmians of seeing some of the best

tennis available anywhere, sev

eral other outstanding women

amateurs have been Invited, but

the committee has not vet re

ceived confirmaion Irom Them,

Definite word has arrived from

Tom Brown to the effect that
the defending champ will return

to defend his title. Heroic Fiam
and Vic Seixas have indicated
their desire to enter the contest

if thy can get back In time from

Australia, where they have- been
playing In th Davis Cut match matches;
es; matches; Luis Ayala from Chile says
he will be here as does Arman Armando
do Armando -Vieira. The matches in the

men s division will most likely
be the fastest tennis ever seen
in centra or South America,

The week prior to the inter inter-nat'onal
nat'onal inter-nat'onal tournamnt will also
be filled with tennis activity,
when at least four Central A
merican countries will send
their best players to compete
In the El Panama invitational
championship.
The following committees have

been named:

Roberto- Heurtematte. tourna

ment chairman; Dick Dehllnger,
Joe Cunningham, co-directors;
Eddie Herr, Miami Beach Ten

nis Association tournament di

rector, advisor; Germinal Saras-

queta, advisor; Johnny Sapp,

ex-oiicio member on all,tech all,tech-nlar
nlar all,tech-nlar tehnls committees.. ,: "..

Committee Chairmanr Hans

Omenitsch, tournament cbm-

mitte; Die Nelson, publicity:

George Motta, linesmen; Dick

Eisenman, ban boys; Geoff Lee,
umpire; Georeg Uottingham,
ticket sales: Die Dehllnger.

sponsorship and programs; Red
Smith, transportation; C e c 1
Heurtematte, social; June Lee,

tames, ana joe cunningnam, fi finance.
nance. finance.

Is

I -x 4 ?

1

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r J rNEW DEALERS Th three- new faces' among major league managers discussed player per personnel
sonnel personnel during the major league meetings in -Chicago. They are, left to right, JKirby Farrell of
. the Cleveland Jndians, the Cubs' Bob Schefflng and, the Detroit Tigers' Jack Tighe. Scheffing
'. helped erniner the; 10-player deal with the St. Louis Cardinals. -4 1" .,

er Rags

Atlantic Twilight Loop

iSets Underway Sunday

The: Atlantic: :mlighV JJ

. letgue prepares m
. l-An.fltiM aeason -at Mt.

kope-Stadlum 2:3p P--Sun?"'ri

tefnooa.- AS .na .u -

th. nsri8 years, tne leapue

The

Becaus the Mt. Hope bghts wul
be undergoing repairs, this game
wUl h a twilight game, to begin

.f im nm Ucht reoairg are ex

nfiA t. h combleted in time

for the Jan. IQ contest. The high

school tine ahows some- promise
nf offering competition to the

r?vpw!ii tto Feb. 14' of offering competition to the

Up on April
both halves

ard ,tt. M", ; that one department. The pitching prob-

Sk iP not wm by thellem has not been solved and the
!i?'J.ihrfnto CHS nine have the most demand-

Mrue tri"t wj
.... ... Ll ItBAJUIT.

will be followed by a best two-wt-cf-lhree
championship play-efl be

tween the wumers of eacn nau.
Th defenrfme:s champions and

senior members of the loop, Pow

ells, were assigned m ""'"s
fst schedule. Tbey drew as their

opponents a mw warn w o
-rrfd a franchise m the league.

- rws-AlntnnL The CHS-Alumni nifte

will consist mostly of aign scnoot

irieru -H-ho did not mast me

virsitvssmiid.-but who are eon.

'aidered; good prospects for future

Cristobal High School teams, v
These youngsters will be play playing
ing playing alongside such establhed
stars as Tommy Hughes, Lee Left Left-ridge
ridge Left-ridge and a host of others who
are expected" to give the lads Ue
bost they wi!1 need to make them
crjtenders for tht 1957 Atlantic
Twilieht crown. Bid Hughes, veter veter-at.
at. veter-at. Atlantic Twilighter now in retirement.-
will bardlis the reigns

of this new entry ia the league.

in: Khedule tor tne nrsi nan oe-ci-use
of their regular lnterschol lnterschol-astic
astic lnterschol-astic games whicii will be played
right in- betweer the Twilight
schedule. Ray Croft will probably
be the first line burler, and most
of the sticking -all come from the
bat, of Keith Kulig.
Cristobal pilys ar.other newcom newcomer
er newcomer to the league in their Jan. 8 de debut.
but. debut. USS Jasper, a group of tars
assigned to that vessel, applied for

and were granted franchise into

Larivee Takes Over

American Hockey
Loop Scoring Lead

N Y., Jan. S (UP)-Paul Lari Larivee
vee Larivee of the Providence Reds scored
nine points during the week end ending
ing ending Sunday to take over first olace

in the American Hockey League's
race for' individual scoring honors.
Cleveland's Bo Elik, who had
led the league for 10 straight
weeks, dropped to second place
with a total of 52 points, four less
than Larivee.

ine neas: tarniue Henrr was.

fifth with 44 points but he led the

circuit in goals scored with 29.'

Hershey's Larry Zeidel was the
most penalized player with a total

of 112 minutes and, Johnny Bower

of Providence lowered his goal goal-tending
tending goal-tending lead to an aveiaee of 2.54

on 66 goals allowed in 26 games

Pitching has become a vital part
of anv baseball game and this fact

has been multiplied two fold in
Isthmian Interscholastic baseball

where reallv great fielding and bit

ting has never been very predom-i

inant. Ever since the day i a a i
Cristobal High School gave.Tommy

Hushes a diploma ths Tigers nave

been, unable to field a champion championship
ship championship club and the reason can be
pin-pointed to the mound where the

r acme aiue nas snuuc vwtu.v

Tumors from the Bulldog camp.

are that former AtlanUc- side
pitching prospect, Wayne Wall, has

developed as had been wexpecwa
and will outclass anything any of

the other schools navo u oner w

the pitching department. .

The Tigers, however, are nofto

be counted out before the Jan. IB
date that signals the start of the

17 Tnterschnalstic Baseball s e a-

son.; From a largo rop of hope hopefuls
fuls hopefuls coach Palumbo has selected
Danny Concepcion and veteran Ray
Croft as his two top hurlers. Each
of this pair possess fine curve balls
and good speed.
There have been no pre-season
reports on this kind of hitting to be
expected from Balboa High and

Junior CoDege, but if Concepcion
rmtt arc able to stall any

Pacific Side offensive, It is at i 1 1

possible that cristoosi coma priu

back the baseball trophy to tne
halls- of the Blue and Gold. Billy

Gibson will take a lurn on tne um

too. but his position wui oe nrsi

" ... .1 ...All

k uihinn n nanaiei very wen.

Ralph Blevins will be' the Tiger's

fourth nurier. uniy a nan.
Blevins is still One year away from

constituting too muca oi a. inreai,

At the Plate. Cristobal has two

little men with big bats. Kieth Kul

ig, combination third-baseman ana

short-stop is a consistent muer ana

gets off the long ball, too. Don

Humphries, who -doubles at third

base, and catching 4s pretty potent

with the suck. too. Humpsnes will

share the catching duties, with

Chuck Crawford, a good defensive

receiver, though. not too mircn of

threat at the plate. The Tiger

1957 squad -will feature the Infield Infield-lng
lng Infield-lng of Sammy Newhard, who' will
take care "of the keystone a c k,
while the only sure outfield posi position
tion position so far- goes to Dick- Williams,
one of the top fly chasers on the
team. ;'
This Is but a hrief run-down of
what the Tigers will be offering a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Balboa and Junior College.

There are others; bat despite the

LAKEWOOD, Jan. 3 (UP)-Pret-ty
Pat McCormick, the shapely
queen of the diving boards who
wnn thn Sullivnn Aivnt-rf act the ns.

fact -that the. season t .lies but two tion's outstanding amateur athlete,
weeks away and Cristobal High wiUsavs she has no intention of com com-cto":;ven
cto":;ven com-cto":;ven ; sooner against jlg out of retirement.

nuanuc xwuignv compeuuuu, uie

Pat McCormick
Wins Another-
I -.ft 'i "! ":
Sullivan Award

CLASSIC LEAGUE
17th Week

Seymour Agency 3929

Agewood ,3830

i Panama 3230

Austin 2741

Austin continued to be a thorn

in the side for Seymour Agency
by winning one game and there thereby
by thereby cut the lead of 8eymour,A-

gency to one point over Age Age-wood
wood Age-wood Austin put all their strikes
in one game to score over 1000
for their win.

Dan Thomas enjoyed hit most

productive night in weeks to lead
Austin while the curve ball
twins, Carmen Casclo and Mike

Nunes, were high for Seymour
Agency.

Seymour Agency-.

Casclo ...
McGarvey
Nunes
Colbert ...
Kunkel .

..199
..201
..201
..184
.:i91

184
159
174
163
224

230
167
201
184
150

613
527
576
531
563

976 904 932 2812

Anstin-

Almeda 154 153 212 519
Thoma s 188 163 228 559

Soyster 168 179 181 528

Knoll 174 163 189 526

Best 200 146 193. 539

By HAL WOOD

team' is not, yet set and positions
are still being sought. More will
be reported as they begin to round

into shape; but one thing is sure:
if Cristobal is to recapture base baseball
ball baseball supremacy among the; schools,
they will have to get top perform performance
ance performance from their tiny crop of
moundsmen.

Celtic Castoff

Helps Syracuse

To Close Victory

NEW YORK. Jan. J. riTP-U-

he Syracuse Nationals received

a "shot in the arm" today from

the player the Boston Celtics
couldn't use when they acquired
Bill Russell j
Togo Palazzi, the ex-Holy Cross
star making his debut for Svra-1

.IHO uiiv i .....

th- league. Very little is known C"M' weo 10 points in tne nnal
of the rovp from the Jasper."!8 ,nlte .? Pye tt ,Uo"ls
ercept that they are enthusiastic JiSlJ!! tht i"W
-u-..: .;i.;n.: . York Knickerbockers Tmidir

uuui litytii ifuaaiimiupi 1 . . . ..

a- intfffir fTiaa K nisrsi VI .91 fk..

Palarii entered the ganrt.
Palairi tallied six points in 30!
seconds and two minutes later1

scored the goal that tied the game
at U-U. With a key defensive play

by Togo a big factor, the Nation Nationals
als Nationals soon pulled away te 100-94.

They now trail the third-place
Knicks by two games in the East-

Early Hockey Loop.
Leaders Fight For
Last Playoff Spots

NEW YORK, Jan. 3 (UP)
the four -team ifight for first
place that marked the first two
months of .the American Hockey:
League season has developed into!

a three-way struggle lor tne 11

playoff spots.

Gordie Uove Moves
To Within 6 Poinls
Of Hockey leader
MONTREAL, -Jan. 3 (UP) Gordie
Howe of the Detroit Red Wings
moved to within six points of
Montreal's Jean Beliveau for the
lead in the National Hockey
League scoring race during the

past week
. Including games played last Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Beliveau bad 19 goals and
33 assists for 53 points. Howe
picked up three goals and five as assists
sists assists in three games last week to
increase his season total, to 46
points. J

Howe had 23 goals, tops for tne

league, and an equal number

assists In 33 games.
Ted Lindsay of Detroit held
down third place with 43 points,
while linemate Norm Ullman had
35 points, two more than Montre Montreal's
al's Montreal's Bert Olmstead.

, In the goahe statistics, the Mont Montreal
real Montreal duo of Jacques Plante and

Gerry McNeil boasted the lowest

goals-per-game average 2.14.
Glenn Hall of Detroit was second

with a 2.30 mark.

"When I won those two gold
medals at Melbourne in the Olym Olympics
pics Olympics for the second time in a row,
that was the tops," said Mrs. Mc
Cormick.
"I'm a housewife now and that
is what I'm going to stay,
"Raising a child and doing
housework is what I expect to do

from now on.

And we plan to have more

Children. That would preclude any

more diving, anyway."
Comparatively Young
Mrs. McCormick, at the compar comparatively
atively comparatively young athletic age" of 26,

has probably won. more diving

medals than any person in his history.
tory. history. She has won 27 U.S. national
championships, plus the four gold

medals in the 1952 and 1956 Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Games. Additionally she won

the platform divmg crown n the

Pan-American games at Buenos

Aires in 1951 and the platform and
springboard title for the same

games at Mexico City in 1955.
No one Jn history ever had

spreal-eagled the field like Mrs.
McCormick. But she says:

of I "I see the handwriting on the

864 .804- 1003 2671

Bud Balcer, scoring games of
268, 225, and 201 to total 694 led
Agewood Go a four point win
over El Panama. Balcer, bundled
up like Santa Claus and suffer suffering
ing suffering from a very bad cold, was
hotter than Panama's afternoon
sun; his 268 game tying the high
game for the league and his 694
series giving him first and sec second
ond second place in the high' series
category. He also raised his
average to 202 to lead Billy Cof Coffey
fey Coffey by two points.
Billy Coffey scored over 800
again to lead El Panama.

El Panama
Wllber ......197
Woodcock i..l43

Luttenberger
Lowande .... 184

Falcigno. ....154
Coffey 254

170 181 848

159
140
193
174

156
186
179
178

315
489
528
608

( - 911 '836 880 2827

lOAJVU 108 X BUS

Toiand

Gleichman
Boyer
Balcer ...

.211 172

..182
..172

..268

192
174

225

209

186
172
201

592

560
518
694

. v. ".'.'! V. 18th Week
Seymour Agency ... .7. 3828
Agewood -U.. 3430
El paanma ............ .32 32
Austin 2648
", Seymour Agency held off the
bid of Agewood to move up in
the standines of the Classic

Bowling League by coming back
to win two games good for two
points after Agewood had rolled
their sixt hgam eof 1000 or bet better
ter better in the first tame to win

that and total pins. v
Ed Kunkel and Harnr Colbert

"the 1-2 pocket kids" led Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Agency while Bob Toiand
and Bud Balcer, with Roily
Gleichman helping, scored-high,
est for Agewood. .
Arewood

Lane ; 185 180 179 544

Toiand . .243 190 160 593
Gleichman ..179 188- 208 S7s

Boyer . . .202 170 170 542

Balcer ..191 202 200 59

1000 930 917 2847

Seymour Agency

Cascio 182 200159

McGarvey . 154 .214 181
Nunes .......156 178 181

Kunkel ......222 166 201
Colbert 154 214 216

541
549
515
589
584

868 972 938 2778

El Panama. 1nrra.arf thmir

lead over Austin fo rthird place
with a three-to one win. Billy
Coffey rolled his eighth series
over 600 to lead the hotle gang
and for Austin, Ben Falcigno
was the stand-out.

Austin
Almeda

Falcigno .,
Snellbaker

Knoll
Best

El Panama
Wllber ....
Soyster
Lowande

Bowen ....

Cpffey ...

..180
..203
..159
..139
..168

170
205
197
180
181

182
173
173
150
182

512
581
529
469
531

829 933 860 2622

..169 ,160 165
201 199 147 x
.,154 188 179
..159 131 191
..202 198,216

494
547
521
481
616

'885 '878" 898' 2659

A seven-game win streak by

Providence and a three-game
streak by' Hershey have carried
those teams far ahead of the pack.
Providence; in first place, drew a

2-2 overtime tie with Rochester'
Tuesday night while the Bears de defeated
feated defeated Cleveland, 5-4.

Cleveland which has lost four
straight games,' is In third place

one point ahead 01 uunaio ana

tw ahead of Rochester. Buffalo

lost to Springfield, 3-1.

Two late goals by Dune risner
and Al Nicholson enabled Hershey
to overcome Cleveland lead.

TodavEncanto .25
WAHOO! $115.00
Barbara Britton in
"BANDIT QUEEN". --
Plus:
RIMF1RE"

.J5

Todays IDEAL.. 20 JO
' Yvonne de Carlo In -'
"SEA DEVILS"
'. Lex Barker in l
, ."Tartan's Hidden Jungle"

wall. It is better to retire now

not that I'm too old to be diving.
But the' young divers coming up
are simply wonderful snd they are
going to be very hard to beat in
the future."
No Other Woman
Mrs. McCormick Is the only wo-

man diver in history to win four

gold Olympic medals.

Her performances in Melbourne

were' so close to perfect that even

the oft-times prejudiced Russian

and sattelite judges had to score

;her high in their admiration. Her
final two dives from the high
board were termed b" veteran
'judges -the closest thing to pertec pertec-tin
tin pertec-tin they ever had seen in all the

Olympic Games.
On that high note, it was a good
time to retire.
"I "thought I bad gotten all the
thrills I could out of diving," she
said. "But winninff thf Sullivan

'Award was the climax."

The high averages are Balcer,
202; Coffey, 200; Cascio, 197;
Colbert, 192; Best, 191;. nd
Kunke, 190.

"Old Established Scotch
Whisky Distillers
Ireaarad ntrotlat with firm abla
andl Jnxnry brand Scotch, in in-rludlnf
rludlnf in-rludlnf whtoklM In bottle f ve verified
rified verified high afet. Fall airtlnilin
19X1 Wm. PortMW C
GUfow, Scotland."

ftab!ished 1893

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SCOTCH WHIfKY ,,.
rt HlGIIIAi:
ji & -'

MACDONALD m HOIB UMITH OMatmara, tarftb.

Sports Briefs
LONDON (UP) DisUnce run

ner Vladimir uts headed the
first contingent of Russian Olvm-

n7p.w;iwyvui
Uh much tb. Mm. trowd th.tt" Z'

ern.DivUioo of the NBA.

Boston Brufns
Intend To Stay ;
In Hockey Race 1

'NEW YORK, Jaa. 3 (UP)
The Boston Bruins made it plain

today that they intend staying in
the National Hockey League race
all the way.

Drive in Safety TODAY!
PAY as you RIDE
use the flrtifont Budget Plan

r" ugyl,'Wiir vmtJk.ymii mm t.wg.

' Wl!

rirrmi xa azit nisin JtniiKiuu a ji t. i ... m

ir '' V " ulfwas maDoea oy weicomera at the Toa Heinso&n and the 0-10 Kus-l Tne last-starting Bruins were

tr.;..".v!S,?. i w-7 inwit. ........ .eM were.th. -stars a. fte supposed to be aff but collapsing

ikXZ kitti-- .- WitVi.;.. fc.. v P'c Celtics whipped the Phila-iby uus stage of the race but
whose tutting and etching has, for BROOKLYN. N.Y. (UP-Roy!detphla Warriors, 1(XK7. and thaithey're back in front after a 5-S

" 2. J-I ' Campanula. Cart Erskine and Rochester Royals nipped the St. victory over the New York Bang
powerful Powell crew. LOWS, nv- Snider haad a list of Rrnk.iTil Hki lftj.mi Ftim.'M s

TU(...,r C.-iH I. 7 . .. ;

rt, H ii i .j .."""""fiOTi uoager stars wno prooaoiy la otaer games:

cuimj '". mjiiuuis, ani at asitea to accept 1357 salarr
l;e P. nt hart at- a host of other ?uts. Boiry Bavasi. Dodger vice vice-fimiSar
fimiSar vice-fimiSar names, will tfiio dot the tjrident in charge of personnel
p.-?i) m form for 1951. 'ays the Dodger Carroll ha

Tt; Cristobal High School vrs;rpaci4 a "taturdation" point andiwon five straight and ail of eight j Montreal Canadiens. who swamped
t rvse w, I make tap oVVn twcannot be raised past Its present games since Russell, joined the the CMcseo Black Hawks. 0 2, ia
ds after opening date, Jan. 8. peak. -team. the other gajia Tuesday aught.

The victory vaulted-the Bruins

Heinsoha scored 30 points while past tne idle Detroit Red Wings
Russell tallied 17 and grabbed 25 1 into first place and left them three

reooonas xor tne icjucs, wno nave points anead of tne uird-piace

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WASHINGTON. Jan. 3 (UP)
Trepident Eisenhower will take
the oath of office for his second
germ at a small White House cero cero-mor.y
mor.y cero-mor.y Jan. 20 which will be broad broad-term
term broad-term at a small White House cere cere-cast
cast cere-cast and televised nationally, i(
was announced today.
White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty said the cere cere-rmny
rmny cere-rmny probably will take place in
the east room of the White Hon? Hon?-The
The Hon?-The guests for the most part will
be members of the President's
family.
Mr. Eisenhower will repeat the
oa h-taking at the public Inaugu Inaugural
ral Inaugural on the Capitol steps Monday,
Jan. 21. w,,f K'lC" h' t-m xr:-g
the day before, he must take the
oath on Sunday to continue jn
office.
New Books
The elitter and excitement of
the bullring Is described In "My
Life as a Matador," the auto autobiography
biography autobiography of Carlos Aruza, fa famous
mous famous Mexican Matador, one of
the books placed In circulation
by the Canal Zone Library this
week.
edited and translated by
B a maty Conrad, who is not on only
ly only a writer but also a matador,
the book gives a lively descrip description
tion description of the early training of
Arruza and htfc experiences In
the bullrines of Europe and
South America.
The list of new books and
their authors announced by the
library; this week follows:
Nonftction Rockets and
Guided Missiles, Humphries: Ma Manual
nual Manual of Practical Office Short
Cuts, National office Manage Management
ment Management Association: Executives:
Ma kin Them Click, Edwards:
Principles of Retailing. Barker;
Fel'g International coin Book.
Del Monte; The Complete Guide
to Cartooning, Byrnes: Ancient
American Pottery. Bushnell:; My
life as a Matador, Arruza: A A-tomlc
tomlc A-tomlc Quest; a personal Nar Narrative,
rative, Narrative, Compton; and Russia
without Stalin. Crankshaw;
Fiction Stranger to the
Shore Dodson; Caleb Pettengill.
Eliot; These Thousand
Hills. Outhrie; The Rival
Shores, Beverley-Giddines; Two Two-Thirds
Thirds Two-Thirds of a Ghost. McCloy: The
Diehard, Potts: and Jericho's
Daughters, wellman.
Half-Dav Flight
From NY To London
YORK, Jaa." S CUP) A
Irtish Overseas Airways Corp
DC7C flew Boo-stop from Txnvkiri
t New York hi 11 hours 20 min minute
ute minute today in a trial run. The new
service win be opea to the public
Sunday.
A Loodor)4o-New York recon
M boors 48 aninuten in DTC
was H a few week f-"o Tr
nitnt i r'4 to be ,e fir iT iT-ner
ner iT-ner eb'e 4 nlrt nnn-too
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Bamboo act in good condition,
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FOR SALE: Mahogany bedroom
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Racket-Infested Union Taken Over;
Others Threatened by Union Head

NEW YORK. Jan. 3 (UP1-
Trustees appointed by the AFL-CIO
have taken over two autonomous
federal unions because they failed
to comply with standards for ethi
cal conduct and racket-tree admin
istration of welfare funds, it was
reported here today.
The New York Times, in a story
by Labor Writer A. H. Buskin,
said aides of AFL CIO President
George Meaz have warned other
autonomous union affiliates that
similar action would be taken a-
gainst any union in which investi investigation
gation investigation indicates corruption.
Chief officers of tne two un
ion of 1,750 workers in Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia can factories.
There are 900 directly affiliated
unions chartered by the AFL-CIO
with a combined membersnip ol
nearly 250,000.
Dorfman is a close personal
friend and business associate of
James R. Hoffa, midwest chief of
the International Brotherhood, of
Teamsters;' the Times Said.
He and his son, who heads an
insurance agency handling welfare
policies, were accused of contempt
of the house education and labor
committee in 1954 for refusal to
2 Frozen Fliers
Remain on Mont,
Rescue Plan Laid
CHAMONIX, France, Jan. 3
(UP) French helicopter pilots
braved tricky air currents today
tt rescue eight men stranded two!
miles up on Mont Blanc but the r
superiors forbade them to go back
for the two remaining men 'be 'because
cause 'because it would be foolish to risk
lives for a couple of corpses."
But a famous Swiss flier refused
to accept their verdict and de-
: manded a guide to accompany him
in an afternoon attempt to land
his light ski plane alongside the
wrecked helicopter in which the

iwo cumoers ne iiuten mm "ciF-.ulations pertaining to the pur pur-less,
less, pur-less, if not dead. j chase of liquors at reduced duty
Herman Geiger, famous for his rates lt was announced Wednes Wednes-high
high Wednes-high Swiss Alps landings and aav at Balboa Heights.

known as 'the glecier pilot, in- The employe just discharged
sisted that he try again to land,!. B Psmanlan citizen. The of-

;on the 12,000 foot high grand Pla
I teau in a last diicti etiort to piucx
I the two men from tne icy jaws of
death.
.f

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EPIC OF FRUSTRATION British comedian Tommy Tnnder
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Evaia, 1. erf Johannes burt. South Afiica. doling skit from a
London revue entitled -United Nat ion. T The plwsantly pack packaged
aged packaged Mi Evan wears an outfit ireanied up by Erie, a well well-Knowa
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answer questions about $100,000 in
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Naddeo testified last year before
a Senate subcommittee investigat
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ficials said his suspension was
based on his testimony and findings
made independently by the feder-
ation s auditors, the Times said.
South American Trip
Set for Navy Fleet,
Panama Stop Unsaid
NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 3 (UP)
The Navy has announced that a
nine ship, anti-submarine force
will leave here Friday for a
three -v m o n t h goodwill training
cruise of South American ports.
Adm Jerauld Wrigfe Command-
er of the Atlantic fleet,"said in
cluded in the force win be suti
escort destroyers, one destroyer
escort and two submarines. The
destroyers have been based at
Newport, R. I., and the submarines
at Key West, Fla.
Adm. Jerauld said the ships will
separate into two groups, one for
Atlantic coast visits and the oth other
er other for the Pacific coast of South
America.
He said the overall force will
proceed from Key West to Guan
Jtanamo Bay, Cuba, where it will
' engage in unit training exercises
before splitting into separate visit
ing groups,
PC Fires Employe
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Low-Duty Crog
An employe of the Panama
Canal Company on the Atlantic
Side has been discharged from
tne servlce for violations of reg-
fenses Included the purchase of
excessive quantities ol liquor at
i the reduced duty rates ror use
'by unauthorized persons.
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Dr. Wendehake Medical Clinic.
Day Night service. Opposite
Chase Bank. Phona 2-347?.
- Bi
OalllnOO
Forty-nine passengers a r e
scheduled to sail for New York
Saturday aboard the Panama
liner Panama on her last north
bqund trip under the Panama
Line flag. :
Eleven passengers are booked
ror port-au-prince, Haiti. ; Tney
are Miss Ruth Petty, Mr and
Mrs. Granville A. Quakenbush;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles rF Rob Rob-bins.
bins. Rob-bins. Rev. and Mrs. Homer Spec-
tor and, four children and Miss
Etnei watson. 5 r
The complete advance -' pas
sengrer list for New York follows
Miss Frances Altman; Mrs..NeJ-
ue mane ana aauguicr; jvir,
and Mrs. Ernest Caswell: Mr.
and Mrs. James Dorrow i a n d
daughter ; Mr,, and Mrs. Paul
Harvev and daughter Miss Bar Barbara
bara Barbara .Hobin; Miss Jane Hobin;
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hunton: Mr.
and Mrs. S. Theodore Lande:
Miss Anna Levtne; Miss Ger
trude Levine; and Mr. and Mrs,
Jasper L. Long.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCon-
nell: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McEvoy:
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. March;
Mr. and Mrs. David Marder; Mr.
ana Mrs. jonn j. Meannr ana
three children: Harry E. Moon:
W. M. Price; Mrs. c. O. Rahmer;
E. Rex; P. Rex: Mrs. Vera Rich
ard;, Mr. and Mrs. Walter H.
Schweikhardt: Edward Seiffert:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A'. Sullivan;
Mr. ana Mrs, A. E. walbriage;
and Mr. and Mst. c. R. Wilhelm.
Seventyvtwo .passengers :are to
Sail from New York Friday for
Cristobal aboard the A n c o n
which is making the first south southbound
bound southbound trip on the new schedule.
There are also 47 passengers
booked for Port-au-prlnce, Haiti.
The Ancon will sail from New
York at 4 p.m. Friday and Is to
arrive in Port-au-Prince Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The ship is scheduled to
arrive in Cristobal Thursday and
sail on the return trip to New
York Saturday.
The complete advance Hst for
Cristobal follows; Mr. and Mrs.
Walter p. Allen and two chil
dren; Mrs. Alicia Arrieta; Mrs.
Daisy Bedward: Mr. and Mrs,
Andrew L. Bell; Mr. and Mrs. J.
P. Bouille; Mr. and Mrs. Artnur
W. Douglas; Mr. and Mrs. Bovd
M. Ferry and 2 children; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert A. Frank; Mr.
and Mrs. James L.rFulton and
2 sons; Mrs. Malcolm Gatheral;
Mr. and Mrs. 3. Goldstein; Mr.
and Mrs. Louis J, Harris; Mrs.
Helen R. Haskell; Mrs. Sally A.
Hudson; Mr, and Mrs. David
Jenkins; Mr; and Mrs. Asger
Kterueff; anct Walter Kling.
Miss Elenora K. Lapesh; Mr.
and Mrs. William Livingston and
2 children; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
R. Malone and daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. James A. Marchuck
and daughter;. Mr., and Mrs.
Frank p. Marczak and 3 chil children;
dren; children; Nicholas Mazza; Miss
Dorothy Mellon; Mrs. Loretta J.
Metlvier; Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Michaells and 3 children; Mr.
and rs. Charles A. Miller, Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Miller; Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh oore; Woodrow
W. Richardson; Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Schaibler Dr. and Mrs.
Jack J. Squire; and Mrs. Floyd
Sullenger; and Mr., and Mrs.
William C. Walsh. .;
Burmese Premier's
Father-In-Law
Slain By. Commies
RANGOON, Burms. Jan. 2 (UP)
Communist guerrillas killed the
father-in-law of Burmese Premier
U Ba Swe in a New Year's Day
raid on his rubber plantation re re-ports
ports re-ports reaching here today said.
The reports said the scene of
the attack was Palaw, in the Ta-
voy Province of lower Burma.
Other reports received here said
Minister of Civil Aviation U Win
Msung and his 4-year-old son nsr nsr-rowlv
rowlv nsr-rowlv escaped f death on New
Year's Eve when their part? was
ambushed by Communists 18
miles south of Rangoo.
Chou Back In China
From Goodwill Trip
TOKYO, Jan. 3 (UP) Commun
ist Premier Cnoo jn-iat returned
to China today from his- "good-
win" tour of Southeast Asian na
tions, radio Peiping said to"'..
The broadcast reported Chou s
plane landed at Kunming today ei.
route to reining. Lnou and nis
party left Mew uemt 1
fallowing talks with Indian Prime
Mirirfcr Jiwaharla! Nenu
Chou is expected to leave in the
next few ityu

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3-6737.
FOR RENT: 3 modern apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Living room, dining room,
balcony, gas, hot water installa installations,
tions, installations, garage, $85, $95. $100.
"Los Tras Hns." new building,
. corner F Street, El Cangrejo. In Information:
formation: Information: Phone 2-5807.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 3 bedrooms, living-dining
room, porch, kitchen, terrace,
maid's room. Para Ave. 37-91,
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom cha chalet.
let. chalet. Domingo. Dial Settlement
(Ingenio). For information in-
quir 4172 Pueblo Nuevo. Phone
3-4822 (Carles).
FCR RENT: Beautiful resi residence,
dence, residence, preferable American fam family.
ily. family. For information call 2-3 1 45,
Panama. -
Sinking Firemen
lie Up Canadian
MONTREAL, Jan. 3 (UP) -The
coast-to-coast operations of the
Canadian faciuc rtauway were
tied up today by a strike of 2,800
firemen wnose picket'lines were,
honored by all other operating em
ployes.
Railway President Morris R.
Crump asked unions representing
twhe remainder of the railroad's
75,000 employes to return to worn
and said "wden tnis occurs, Cana Canadian
dian Canadian Pacific will run trains.'' Their
answer, was to stay otf tne trains
and yarns and out oi the stations
wiucn the company began closing
at 4 p.m. locar ume across tne
country yesteraay.
Prima Minister Louis St. Lau
rent, wno spent the holiday in yue yue-Dt:c
Dt:c yue-Dt:c City vnue lus Caouiet a.ues
tried unsuccesfuliy to persuade the
urouiernooa ot jyocouiouve r'ire
men and Enginemen to call of the
strue, arrived in uaawa aooaru a
Canadian National train eariy this
r.-orning. He stayed aboard the
train overnight an 1 listed the rail
dispute as tne top item lor discus discussion
sion discussion 'at the Caoinet's lirst 17
meeting today.
Trade Minister C. D. Howe, who
acted as Prime Minister" during
Mr. Si,. Laurent's absence, made
an unsuccessful last-ditch bid to
have the tieup cancelled,. 'or. at
least postponed, late yesterday.
Queen Hires Prexy
Of School To Help
Look After Prince
LONDON. Jan. a niPiDiiPPn
Elizabeth II has hired the prin principal
cipal principal of an exclusive boys' school
to help took after oung Prince
Charles While his father, the Duke
oi coinDurgn, is touring the South
Pacific it was disclose today.
The new companion of the 8-year-old
prince is Michael Fare-
brother, 36, a onetime officer in
the exclusive. Brigade of r,nsrH
who operates, a school at Sea ford.
in (. .ahIL .....
wi, vimuj mum cuaai. $ 4.
The London Daily Mail quoted
Farebrother as saying his oh is
'to go along and sec that Charles
doesn't get into any mischief."
.
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Edinburgh's Niece.
Will Marry Prince"
- i
LONDON, Jan, 3 (UF )-Princess
Mirgarita of Baden, 24. niece of
the Duke of Edinburgh, announced
today she will marry Prince Tom Tom-felav,
felav, Tom-felav, 29, eldest brother of ex ex-Kin
Kin ex-Kin s Peter of Yugoslavia.'-,
The prince owns a fruit farm
at Kirdford, Sussex. He met tlw
princess at a Buckingham Palace
garden party last year Th wfvt-
ding will be held next June in
Germany.
Would You Like
To Take A Walk?
PARIS. Jan. 3 fUP
emment raised the price of re-
i.aij gasoline todaj to 81 cents a
ealloa. The price boost, ahmit one
cent a fallon, was the second n
U weeks and the tUth in a year.

RESORTS

Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat satisfying
isfying satisfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
. houses. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772. ,
: FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile pest Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts.
phone Panama 3-1 877. Cristobal
3-1673 -
FOR RENT
Rooms
TOR RENT: 2 rooms In family
home, with kitchen privilege, te
couple, $35. Opposite Presiden-'
cia. Phone 2-1974. t.i
10 Hungarian
In Mass Refi
EDINBURGH,' Scotland, Jan. 3
lurj-xen Hungarian refugee
couples were married here today
in a mass wedding.
An 'interpreter 'aided Fat,hrr Pe,
ter Donati In the: pwemnno cini,
Donati speaks no Hungarian and
uie reiugees speak no English.
Showered With Rice
Only Hungarians from t.hp nja'p.
by Middleton '"refugee canip
attended the hour-long ceremony
in St. Maresrpt' Rnman rathni;
Church in suburban Gorebridge.
But outside the church nearly
eveiy. woman and cmia in the
neighborhood waited tn orM th
w "J".
inewlyweds with.a hail pf rice.
The ''traditinnnflv tioht lictaA
Spots, opened their hearts "to the
Penniless, refugee rnnnlpe ftn.
nameless benefactor gave each
bride gold wedding jng. Others
presenteu a mree-ioot wide wed-tfintjrcake.-f-.
v,;;.'
One Scottish farmer loaned Ais
own wedding suit to one of the
bridegrooms. .- i...
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The Hungarians arrived at Gore Gore-bridge
bridge Gore-bridge Dec. 20 ia a group of Z50
refugees. Some wert engaged
. .' ; v .....
Mystery Murders
In Cuba Total 29
HAVANA .Tn 9 mr di:--
. y A UIILC
reported today two more persons
shot and, killed by unidentified sun sun-men,'
men,' sun-men,' boosting to 29 the total of
111JS1.C11UUS muraers tnrougnoui
Cuba since Christmas Day,
The latest victimu inelurleil 1.1.
year-old William Soler Ledcsma,
and Florian Guerra Blanco, U.
Thi'V were believed t.n have- hppn
jkilled in the reported feud betwen
opposing political elements.
Slight Mistake;
BRISTOL.' Jn 3 fTTPTh1v
who cracked the safe nf tvarn
owner Patrick McGinniss had bet better
ter better CO louth tn eninv tholr t.aka
The safe contained $166 in Con-
tcderate currency.

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BRUSSELS BAGPIPE Some scrap material and a lot ot
j. annuity add up to a copy of the traditionally Scottish instru instru-.
. instru-. tuwut for this Brussels citizen. "He hand-carved the pipes and
Vuued them. An old tire tube takes the place of the usual

. Urun bellows. Adding a little
xmw tnt city s itinerant

Position Offered

WANTEDl Radio Technician
with t experience In", broadcast,
f M, Phone 2-0660, technical
departmenr.
" Wonted to Buy
Piano for $200. Call Cristobal
-3-2410, t
WANTED : Baby crib. Box 87,
Balboa Hts., C.Z,
LESSONS
ATTENTION! Intermediate
course in Ballroom Dancing for
Junior High School students
starting J a n. 9th. DORESE
WAITES SCHOOL OF DANC DANCING,
ING, DANCING, Columbus Club, Balboa.
Phone 2-2363 after 6:30 p.m.
Couples Wed
wien they fled Hungary. Others
met after their escape.
Fought And Fled
The wedding took place, as soon
as the refugees met the 21-day
residence requirement for marri marriage
age marriage in Scotland.
Most Of the coudIps linn a tn em.
igrate to the United States, Cana
da or Australia.- .. i
l! ' ill
Karoly Matusi, 19, a metal work worker,,
er,, worker,, explained v that "The people
of Scotland are very kind but here
we are too near to Russia.''
Matusi and 1 his bride. Marls
Ordo, 19, were engaged in Buda Budapest.
pest. Budapest. During the revolt they fought
side by side and then fled Hun
gary together. '',' ;
30 Happy Salesmen
Sc e Marily nr rl; -GefA'HoComnierir
NEW YORK, Jan. 3 (UP
Thirty salesmen en route to con convention
vention convention in Jamaica, got an.unex-
nootaii treat tori a v when' actress
Marilyn Monroe turned up on the!
seme plane.
Ac Marilvn wearine a mink coat
over a beige colored' wool sheath
dress, and her husband, play playwright
wright playwright Arthur Miller, posed for
nlof-nrso at the nlane ramn. one Of
Uhe salesmen sidled up, to get into
the picture while his colleagues
shouted:
'Wave, Julius. Thiti 'ls .the
chance of a lifetime."
Miiir whn rliri' the talking for
the couple while Marilyn satNin a
private air line lounge, sam uiey
had rented a home in Jamaica for
"a two weeks rest.
Asked about recurrent reports
that Marilyn Is pregnant, Miller
said solemnly, I have resolved to
make no comment on that sub subject".
ject". subject". -'
Miller said his wife has no In Intention
tention Intention of retiring from the films.
Tokyo Trembles
TOKYO, Jan. 3 (UP) Tokyo
was rocked by an earthquake at
3:55 a.m. ... today. Buildings in the
downtown area trembled.
breath la bis luucd tr, he is J
nauiif-nukex. r' '..

Ceremony

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produces more crude oil than any other Country in the world. 1
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Britain, France, Germany, Italy. The Netherlands, Belgium
" are unable to provide for themselves. Currently producing;
' 7,100,000 barrels of crude oil per day. United States may In-1,
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invfTMFNT tiKVEILED-President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. unveils the sculptured bronze likeness of the late President Jos6
'?K!5 IZLaL H.Trt vesterdav's dedication of the monument to the memory of President Rem6n, who was assassinated on-

?Tio ftt1 the now non-existent Juan Franco race track. The 60
IvSediSS X built at a cost of more than $200,000.

Stalinist View
Returning?
OS. Says 'No

,TTOv today rejected 'In the present cir-
ASHINGTON, Jan it 3 jurJ. "jcumstances" a Soviet request for

U.S. officials aouDicu
Russia it reiununB
to the heavy-handed policies of
t".-, ctoiin riesoite Communist
Party Bos Nikita S. Khrushchev's
V, fnrmpr dicta-
BW praise iui
But th.y do blivt th Sovi.t
rul.rt ar trying to flow down
temporarily thoir 'do-SUlinui-tion"
eompoign and thortby
cop with omo of th problorn
th campaign has ertd for
thorn.
D-Stalinization" resulted in a
omewhat greater measure of free freedom
dom freedom in Russia and its satellites.
This, in turn, has led to unrest m
the satellites, criticism of the So Soviet
viet Soviet system by Russian students
anit Intellectuals and atieast one
sit-down strike in a Moscow in industrial
dustrial industrial plant.
Vhmshphev orompted questions
about future Soviet "J h"!
ld m !h?t a 5?at
m Moscow that SUlin was great
fighter, agamsx imper.i....u. .-
Im aid the former Soviet premi
r 'has done so -nuch good that
one must overlook his misiaices.
Then ho added, 'the Imperial Imperialist!,
ist!, Imperialist!, wo' are all Stalinists."
Western observers in Moscow
aaid thev believed the Khrushchev
remarks ditLnot mean a return to
the methods of the discredited uic
tatOr.
Ratted On 'Em
,TVDJ?:?J?i;.?;. ,:i...!j ,L
(UP) Fire officials ferreted for a
ferret today after a rat proved
lalky.
A ferret was sought when rat.
assigned to run a string through a
930 foot pipe, quit after traveling
00 feet.
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Eden Nixes Soviet Bid
For Disarmament Talks

LONDON, Jan. 3 (UP) British
Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden
a op ievei disarmament corner
ence.
A Foreign Office spokesman said
that Eden's rejection of the pro proposed
posed proposed big five conference inlud inlud-lng
lng inlud-lng Communist China-- was con
tained in a note sent to Soviet Pre
mier Nikolai Bulganin and releas
ed here today.
Britain's action followed the
lead set yesterday by President
Eisenhower and matched by a
similar French rejection today
in Paris.
Britain suggested instead that
disarmament talks should be held
Powell Will Fiohl
aw
For Desegregation
Will? Schoc! Money
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 (UP)
ReP- Adam clyto" Powell
(DNy announced M .,.
renew his ,fint t0 d feder
aid money to districts that refuse
to desegregate schools in com pi 1
ance with the Supreme Court's
ruling
The Negro congressman said he
will introduce a S billion dollar
school construction bill tomorrow
containing the same anti-segrega
tion provision which helped defeat
a 1.6 billion dollar school bill last
session.
Powell, who bolted his party
and supported President Eisen-
U H! 1 1, . f
the civil rights issue, made the
statement to newsmen shortly aft-
er party, leaders restored him to
good party standing.
He also said he is "toying with
the idea" of introducing an antU
segregation amendment to the ap appropriation
propriation appropriation bill for the Health, Ed
ucation and welfare Department.
This would keep segregated
school districts from receiving
present educational funds for such
things as vocational training, aid
for handicapped pupils and con construction
struction construction funds In defense areas.
He said his school aid bill will
call for one billion dollars annual annually
ly annually over five years for school con con-srtuction.
srtuction. con-srtuction. The money would be
distributed to states on the basis
of need, be said.
Pickup 3rd ph: Powell's detec detection
tion detection 350,000 Came
To US In '56
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 The Im Immigration
migration Immigration Service reported today
more than 350.000 Immigrants
came to 'the United States last
year in the greatest wave of im
migration since 1325.
r.nimit.ir J M SwlBf CI d

the highlight of the naUoos im-;Pm iqure
migratKM program during 1954 . -kiii
was he.pu.gU hdle th. hJa1JlJJay,

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last Monday. He said that under
rvne c. umi were enoui
fui itbiiiihc ur tui t 1 1 na,
um nica wm ird ib we laiv
el whick were used a uc last
ove weeu ue year.

- loot, tnree-swea granite tower,
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. under the auspices of the United
iNauons, wunin us uisarmameiu
Commission.
The British reply followed the
pattern of the note from President
Eisenhower to Bulganin in reply
to the Soviet proposals of Novem November
ber November 17,
Th British noto suggested that
Shaky Eden Planning
Strategy on Answers
To Britain's Critics
LONDON, Jan. 3 (UP) Sir
Anthony Eden called in his cabinet
for the first session of the year
today to chart answers for danger
ous challenges to his own leader
ship at home and Britain's abroad.
Political sources reported Eden
fully determined to live out his
term in 10 Downing Street, which
has four years to run. But two
perilous issues faced Eden as he
met his Mmisters for the first policy-making
session of the new year:
1- The Eisenhower olan to fill
the western vacuum in the Mid
dle East without .waiting for Brit Britain
ain Britain to mend its shattered influ
ence. Many Britons consider tl;e
U.S. initiative as a move against
Eritisa oil interests.
2- Th underground conservative
rumbles against Eden as Prime
Aiinister. The original Suez inter
vention angered many of hi mid.
die-road supporters, and the snd-
oen withdrawal from Egypt stun stunned
ned stunned rigatwing Conservatives who
cheered the invasion.
Size of Earth
Jose's Trouble;
Buf Hot .Cop's
NEW YORK. Jan. S -V,
have that adage about there be being
ing being "safety In numbers," as far
as Jose Torres is concerned h'
sold on the one that says "It's a
small world.. Too small, in Tor Tor-res'
res' Tor-res' case.
Several years, ago, Torres, 27,
of Chester. N.Y.. a rnnvlMH
pickpocket, was spotted in rather
embarrassing circumstances by
agi. men oenan ana Detective
uunen, woo Know Jose well. At
the time, several days before
Lnrisinm. jose was in a rrovri-
ed mid town store and also in a
woman s purse.
For this, be cot six months.
Early Tuesday. Joce. who no
nce oescnoe as toe city's only
known commuting pickpocket,
was one of some 500,000 persons
ID
Ik. X- r
wran una in
But l0aS lh0U
P"1
PoBce "id jM hld dippJ
into a ladv's mrw hM clC
ami u Brm feamtmwvi n
the;
scene I
ujrani tmea B ( n i "Tf
small world, Jose, is at it?-

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wmcn is set in tne lorK oi a
,
the disarmament subcommittee
should meet in March to resume
its discussion on the various pro proposals
posals proposals on arms cut and controls.
The British note did not mention
Russia's latest proposal for a li limited
mited limited 'open skies" patrol system.
The three-paragraph note one
of the shortest on disamameht on
record was delivered in Moscow
io vne Aremnn earner today.
Factory Bosses
Refuse to Fire
Freedom Strikers
VIENNA, Jan. 3 (UP) Re Rebellious
bellious Rebellious Hungarian factory
managements were reported
today to be refusing to obey
the orders of Premier Janos
Radar's government to fire
idle workers. r
Reports reaching Vienna In In-dcated
dcated In-dcated workers councils In
many plants were simply Ig Ignoring
noring Ignoring the government orders.
In some cases they were an annexing
nexing annexing factory funds In order
to keep the workers on full
pay. . ..
It was a dangerous game,
because the government has
shown no mercy in the past
few weeks on workers leaders
who continued to lead resist resistance
ance resistance to the, government. Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds of former leaders of the
outlawed regional workers
councils have been arrested
all over the country.

Democrats Not Anti-Ike, Want
Cooperation-McCormack

y JOHN W. MCCOKMACK
WASHINGTON, Jan. S (UP) The
1956 national and state elections
showed unusual political results
a political phenomena. The elec election
tion election showed a mandate to the
President, personally, and a man mandate
date mandate to the Democratic Party,
politically. r
On a political basis? the people
clearly snowed Jhey believed In
the policies of the Democratic
Party.
The Democratic Party In Con
gress will assume its mandate
from the people. We will serve
the people constructively during
the S5th Congress.
Not Anti-Ike
The Democratic Party is not a
party of blind opposition. We will
continue to support President Eis
enhower In any recommendations
for the national and best interests
of our country. When we oppose,
we shall do so constructively.
stating our reasons, and where
were u aisagxennH io mew-
mUconstrucUtely propose
!a substitute.
there is disagreement as to meth-
I expect, due to progressive
Democratic policv. that the Con.
gress win be an active and sue-!
cesstui one. While we Democrats
wilr miM,,i. ,k r ; j ..'.
eat) ewer, we exoect cooperatioa'

AN

"Let tw people
32nd TEAK

Cross r Burning HighllgMsSegifeg

Violence;
Trapped Ships
MayLeaveSuez
After 4 Days'
CAIRO, Jan. 3 (UP) The gen
eral manager of the.' Egyptian
Suez Canal Company announced to
day that ships trapped in the Ca Canal
nal Canal be the Anglo-French interven intervention
tion intervention would be able, to. leave "aft "after
er "after four days."
General Manager Mahmoud Yo-
unis said the 13 ships of various
nationalities" trapped' inthe Canal
between El Ballah and El Cap will
be able to leave shortly. The ships
clogged both sidei of the water
way on the first day of the Anglo-
trench aerial attack, October 31.
Salvage worx underway In the
northern stretch of. the Canal will
allow the ships to proceed south southwards
wards southwards to Lake Timsah, where they
can turn around and sail north to
Port Said, Younist said.
Meanwhile an official source
announced here that the British
base guarding the Suez Canal,
headquarters of the British Army
in Egypt for 80 years and finally
evacuated last year, had been "li "liquidated
quidated "liquidated and does hot exist any
more." .',':-'
" The source said the base had al already
ready already been liquidated by the time
the United Nations succeeded in
imposing a cease fire following the
Anglo-French intervention.
It Takes A Thief
To You Know What
BUENOS AIRES Jan. 3 (UP) (UP)-Clrcus
Clrcus (UP)-Clrcus owner Juan, Estevanovich
and his wife were walking home
last night carrying the gate re receipts
ceipts receipts of about $3,000. An uniden unidentified
tified unidentified man grabbed the money and
fled.
The Estevanovichs ran after the
thief. A car passed and its occu occupants
pants occupants offered the couple a lift to
continue the chase. Once inside
the car the occupants robbed
them of $300 In cash, and a dia diamond
mond diamond ring valued at $4,000, beat
them and threw them out of the;
car.
Backfire
DETROIT Jan. 3 (UP) -James
Messisco, 20, has resolved never
again to pull both trit'i'ers.of a
double barreled shotgun at the
same time either New Year s
Eve or any other time. : -He
did it yesterday and ripped
both barrels to shreds. He escaped
injury. ,
on his part and from the Repub Repub-ucan
ucan Repub-ucan Party.
In order to get through some
important legislation, President
Eisenhower himself will have to
take a more active and direct
interest with the members of his
own party, u mere is a team
worr on the part of President
a.isennower witn the Democratic
leadership, a great deal will be
accomplished.
i iook ior iss7 to be a very
important year from the angle of
uiiemauoaai amirs. 1 look for
many more tensions created by
I v
me Axeuiuo ana Kea unina:
"Dream World" ',
To meet the trying problems of
1957, we must bsve firm and con consistent
sistent consistent leadership in the whit
House, for the President is the
repository of foreign poDcy under
our form of government.
If the President will lead
of the "dream world" he has led
ua into and realize that th Com
munist leaders are still intent on
world revolution and world domi domi-nationa,
nationa, domi-nationa, and if he will propose
policies of strength and firmness-
get back to the policy of "peace
mwsl ii
Pertv
While 'H is late, there is evi-1
denre that Preskienf Eunhnr '.
, .. ...
world". I hope so.

PENDENT aHElADAItY.

INDEPENDENT
know the truth arid the

PANAMA; R. p., THURSDAY, IANDARY 3, 1957,

Buses Idle In

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Jan. 3 -(UP)
A cross burning last night
marked the latest violence against
thj drive to end racial segregation
on buses. Bus service was halted
again today in this ciiy of 40,000
for fear of more incidents., s. j
Police said they turned up no
clues in investigation of the burn burning'
ing' burning' of a four-foot, kerosene -soaked
cross in front of the Kev. c a
Steele's Baptist Church. ; ;
Steele, head of the. Negro .Inter-
Civic Council which spearheaded
the drive to gam a right for mem
bers of his race to sit where hey
please on mises, was noiaing a ral rally
ly rally at another church at the time.
The Tallahassee Transit Sys System
tem System remained idle by orders of
Gov. Leroy Collins because of
his fear that further violence
might follow a shooting and
rock-throwing outbreak- which
damaged a Negro store and four
Negro homes two days ago. He
.ordered it halted Tuesday.
The South's fifth attempt to in
tegrate city buses meanwhile got
underway at Tuscaloosa, Ala., with
the formation of an organization to
begin a drive for integration
'through due' process" of law."
The Rev. W. B. Smeeley said
his Tuscaloosa County Fellowship
Association formed by 400 Negroes
last night is patterned after the
Montgomery, Ala., Improvement
Association, -which obtained court-

Bomb Hoaxers Ignite Police
In Nation-Wide Blast Scare

NEW YORK. Jan. 3 (UP) i
School children became the tar
gets today for pranksters and
hoaxers who have kept police in
New York and other cities hop
ping with a 10-day bomb scare
wave.
Almost immediately after open
ing bells were rung ; ending the
holiday recess, cranks began tele
phoning police with threats to set
off bombs id schools in New York
and Connecticut towns, and in for
mer President Truman's home
town of Independence, Mo.
Plane Threatened
Also threatened was an Ameri
can Airlines Convair en route
from Boston to New York The
olane and its passengers were
searched at three stops, but no
suspicious' objects were found.
Police at New Britain, Conn.,
searched all buses of the New
Britain Transportation Co. after
an anonymous caller said he bad
planted a bomb in a bus. No ex
plosives were lounu
The score for bomb scares In
New York Citv. set off by the
planting of a real missile Christ-
ma Eve Tiv "the mad bomber
of Manhattan," was more man
160. n
The bomb scares spread to Cities
across the country over the week
end, wtlh the most recent hoaxes
in a Phliaoeipnia restaurant, uic uic-tr
tr uic-tr In Kansas City. Mo., and
Park Forest, 111., and New Jersey!
and Connecticut buildings.
Search Schools
In Independence, two high
Death Dream Fails
For Youth Killer,
He Gets Life Term
' RirHMOND. Va. Jan. S (UP-
umii.w .
Brooklyn, N.Y, who "dreamed of
rnino tA the electric chair," was
.t.ni tn life imm-lsonmenM
here today for the May ? pisioi
slaying of his former college
Vischio wti wmecea oy iwy
Moscow HunOey after be : dmrt.
ted pumpmg nur
i ar... .Kntc
vm inuii

into the Dooy. "'.'l Judge H. O. Pollard Tuesday sus sus-student
student sus-student James E. Whitlow of Clo- p a y n e t of fines on

' . ....
Vischio, a slender, nigiuy-ner
out youth, had been under treat
ment for a menUl condiUon at a
veterans hospital r a snors
time before Uk shooting. He was
committed to the sutmenial la-
sUtuion a Marion. Va where
doctors pronounced him sane. j
A piychiatric report turned over;
to Judge Huntley referred to V is-
chio as 'having dreams of going
ta the electric chair" and of
in chamoion the world.
Vischio indicted that be will
not file as appeal and was taken
. .u ..
'to atari enin hit aeateoca.

country is $afe Abraham Lincoln

Tallahassee

enforced integration of Montgome-,
ry buses. '-, H
' Tuscaloosa Was the scene of the
riots last eDruary over the brier
admission of a Negro coed, Auth-
eruie t,ucy, as he first Nebro
student, at; the University of Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. ' f
. City officials. In Birmingham
. Ala., the; other bus .integration
hotspottoday formally requested
a postponement of trials -for-21
Negroes arrested last week 'for
violating a local segregation law.
Attorneys for the Negro defenr
dsnts approved of, the request to
postpone the' trials until Feb. 11
City officials said 1 they needed
time for more preparation..
In Mobile, Ala., where the" City
Transit Company's voluntary in integration
tegration integration was countermanded b y
local officials, a Negro leader call
ed for a mass meeting tonight pre presumably
sumably presumably to renew' the controversy.
xne Kev. j. Echols Lowery. Me-.
thodist pastor who called, V; the
meeting. ,,,a ,t.r... ...v:;j.a ,;; ., ;
The Rev. J. Echols Lowery.
Methodist pastor who called the
meeting, said Negroes in Mobile
should be satisfied 'with nothing
less than ending racial sebrega-'
tion in: every phase of American
life:T !,,J,:v, ., : s..-
t The Mobile bus lines ordered Its
drivers to disregard the local bus
segregation 'law last week
grounds wiai u was invalidated
schools t were threatened
with
bombs.' Police searched the locker
room, of the William Chrisman
High, where Mr Truman- once
was a" student,, and Van Horn
High, without finding any bombs.
A total of 2,500 pupils at the
schools went about their normal
routines.
Bayonne, N. J., Vocational High
school students got a half day
vacation, thanks to a bomb hoax
er. All 1 1,500 pupils were sent
home at' lunch time after an anon anonymous
ymous anonymous caller warned a bomb
would go off in the school some
time today. A search uncovered
nothing.
; Today's threats In Newl York
and other cities involved a Sears
Roebuck store in Newark. N. J.,
a 17-story office building off New
York's Fifth : Avenue, a Brooklyn
supermarket and a ball bearing
plant in Plainville, Conn.
Brooklyn's huge Hotel st.ueorge
was searched for the second time
in two days. No bombs were
found in either search. ;
Two Church, Fires,;
Two Hartford, Conn, church
fires over the New Year's' week weekend
end weekend touched off a rash of church
fire scares In. several Connecticut
communities.
New York 1 City schools threat threat-ended
ended threat-ended with bombs included Cur
tis High, on Staten island, ine
Metroooliatn VocaUonal High
School. in Greenwich Village and
the Industrial School of Arts on
the upper East Side. .: .-
. At least three Hartford, Conn,
schools were victimised by hoax hoaxers.
ers. hoaxers. Two thousand students were
evacuated from Hartford Public
High School and later Bulkeley
High also was cleared. Sedgwick
Junior High was searched without
beingv evacuated.
The nearly 800 students enrolled
at Washington Junior High in New
Britain, Conn, were at lunch
when that school waa tnreaienea
and searched. - -j.
I Am Resolved,
"He Sings Sadly
KNOXVILLE. Tenn. : Jan." -3
fllPi Richard Gibson must keep

oy JUOXivi. J v..,'. -.IntWm for t

t' oV pay up to S
in fines. - v
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icnnrxes a carrying uiuc, w"-
conduct and resistin ar-
ir& tfler Gibson resolved U stay j
w, trouble here for at least
,,g0 ..nn
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ri ni f
I-a,:. PleaSe LODV
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PASADENA, Calif. Jan. 3 ttTP
Some observers know today how
one of the princesses in the Lat-
"be-rament of Roes oirad'
to keen warm althoueh wearine
cn!y a lightweight gown during Uk
nirtr momma hours.
ti i r- ,
'darwear beataU the gown.

N.APER I

riVK CENTS

the U. S. Supreme Court decision
in the Montgomery case,' but the
City Commission an n o u A ped it
would continue t;o enforce the law.
Tallahassee Police. Chief Frank
Stcutamire said no extra protec protection
tion protection will pe provided for Negro
residential area because of the
' cross-burning. :4
Even If You're 20r
You Can Go! Shots
For fighling Polio
Persons eligible for. medical care
in the Canal Zone have been re reminded
minded reminded by the Health Bureau that
poliomyelitis vaccine1 injections
are now available to adults over
20 years, of age.

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The inoculations mav be obtain.

kd during regular ottice hour- at
the oun-patient chnlcs .of Gorgai
and Coco Solo HosDitals or -at-anv

of the first-aid stations located in
the various Canal Zone communiti-

The administrnfinn r nniim.,i
Itis vaccine to adults was: startorl
during December ..-and
from the, free immunizatinn nm.
en gram for eligible individuals un-
byer 20 years of aee.nrt tar .v.
pectant motherswhich haj been
in effect in the Canal Zone for the
past year, and one half,
J Charges! ranging from JO cents
to $2 will be made or each polio ;
vaccine injection given elegibie a-
Udults over the age of 20 years.
Gina Expecting, -Wantsiriv
R6ME;tlJan. S (U) Screen
strr Gina Ldllobrieida.?annniinf,t
tonight "that ; she. is expecting a
The'curvaceous; raven-haired I I-dol
dol I-dol of millions of moviegoers blush blush-wgly
wgly blush-wgly told a score of newsmen at
a press conference that she expects
to have the baby next July
'I hope it is. i, girl" si
(he said.
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