The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama


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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REMOVING AN 0BSTRtTCTl6N--0ne less obstacle remains to t,
block the Suez Canal as. Danish; salvage cranes lift the tug-,
boat Arend from the bottom at Port Said.: The small craft,
owned by the Suez Canal Company, was unk by the Egyp Egyp-tians
tians Egyp-tians during the Anglo-French invasion

EqyptSlowing Clearance
Of Suez Canal Blockages

LONDON, Jan. t (UP). Gen.
- Raymond A, Wheeer today ad ad-'
' ad-' mitted that Egypt was slowing
down clearance 01 we oum w
cal. L
- Wheeler said in Port Said that
1 I
ps nao anow-
1 1
nine of the
h salvage
, nff.rer
director of
uted Nations Sues Canal
w rould use mil the salvage
.ia we have to. meet our
estimated date to clear the ca
nal," he id.
' As a result of the Egyptian
"quota" on Anglo-Trench hlps.
Wheeler said he -was sending
home the British cdastal salvage
vessels Bpencer and Uplifter.
Another indication of growing
Egyptian tougheness came from
Cairo, where the government
announced it would not enter
direct or indirect negotiations
with Britain nd France" over
the future control of the canal.
Grounds for the decision was
that the Anglo-French assault
Thirty Slob Open
On Zone
Four are al
Thirty' positions, are 'currently
available with the Canal organ.
Nation accordina to. th
ter-vacancy bulletin Issued this
week by the personnerBureau.
Four of tfte po8ltlonsiare tn the
Office of the comptroller and.
four are at oorgas hosp""-
in the Office of comptroller
xtm analvsts. a valuation e n-
rineef, na a cieri; vjy.
Gorges Hospital openings -..r
listed for a supervisory account accounting
ing accounting clerk, a medical X-ray tech tech-1.1.
1.1. tech-1.1. ,irA BuDervlsor. M
library assistant t
Other positions .listed art
automatic telephone commu communication
nication communication equipment malntainer,
ilacksmlth. clerk-sUnographer.
customs guard, electrical, en
rlneer, general engineer. ecir ecir-itr
itr ecir-itr ruard, Illustrator, machinist,
auto repair machinist, marine
Inspection assistant. A 1 P f
jredge mate, navlgaUonai lds
foreman, pipefitter, plumber,
policeman, shipwright, short shorthand
hand shorthand reporter, typewriter repair repairman,
man, repairman, welder and postal window
clerk. .- ;T '
Africans Stone;
Europeans ,On Bus
In South Africa'X;
JTRETORIAi Soath r1"";"
of Europeans todsr ia this SouU
Afrifsa administrative espitsL
None the Europeans wis in in-jjred,
jjred, in-jjred, but a 'number of Africnw
rf hurt whea police tbsrjed
liern with clubs. :
.fricta leaders complained lat

er that the police wed spesra sndKfnt, the expedition's lotrUtics

t rod. Police said only clubs were
V."-. - '
The stotiing el the bus apprit apprit-v
v apprit-v re-TMed from a spreadint Afrt Afrt-tn
tn Afrt-tn Niyeott of bus lines because
i a one-cent fare ir-crcase.
1 -imr -t-

cn Egypt Jast fall was a viola viola-tion
tion viola-tion of the 1888 covenant set setting
ting setting iMiy .conditions for the ca canal'
nal' canal' operation. t

Of Egypt's Jews :
The United States nas protested
at least four times to Premier
Gamal Abdel Nasser galnst
Egypt's deportation of Jews, of officials
ficials officials disclosed today.
The latest protest was! made
to Nasser last week In Cairo by
UJS, ambassador Raymond Hare,
who has been arguing- against
anti-Jewish activities in Egypt
for mora than six weeks.- -i:
The State Department believes
that more than 4000 Jews al
ready- have "leff r Egypt ? since
the attack on Egypt by Israeli,
British and French forces.' ,( ;
Most of these were deported.
But some left Egypt on their
own Initiative, believing 'that
they would have to do so sooner
or -late.-anyway.
Egypt's pre-lnvasion"! Jewish
population was estimated at be between
tween between 40,000 and 45,000. Egypt
had tolerated and respected Jts
Jewish citizens for many years.
Most were middle class bankers
and merchants.

Navy Pilot Skip-Lands Plane
On frdzen Antarctic Runway

McMUBDO SOUND, Antare Antare-tica.
tica. Antare-tica. Jan. (CP) A Rhode Is Island
land Island Navy pilot sklUfnlly
landed a crippled twin-en rwe
plan on the ice of MeMordo
Sonndy teday, avertsng mjnry
to himself, his co-pilot and
flvo aseengera.,
' The aid'- equipped Neptune
bomber, reconverted into a pas
senger ana cargo plane for tne
Operation Deepfreero. expedi
tion, developed landing gea
trouble shortly after. Uklng off
for New England. T
One of the skis failed to re
tract and dangled beneath., the
Diane at a 45-decre anele.
.Lt. Cmar. John H. Torbert oi
North Kingston. R.I., circled o o-ver
ver o-ver the McMurdo Sound Ice ttrln
for two hours to use up the fuel
and decrease the weight o the
plane. '
ants alerted for a crash land-
Donors -ana meaicai assist
tnr. rushed tb the scene In two
heMcoptera. v
Torbert was assisted by his
co-pilot. Mrln Corps MaJ.
Stanley A- Antos of Buffalo, N.
Among the ( five passengers
Kavy-cmar. Donna r.
-iqi i mtct, mnq -vmor. tierorri w.
Whitney-, eommandlnc officer of
the Navy's construction batta
lion rsesbeest detachment.
Finally, with my a few gal.
ln f fw remaln'rr In the
tanks, Tereert eased tbe plane

LONDON, Jan: 9 (UP)
Britain's Prime Minister Sir
Anthony Eden resigned this
afternoon as a result of the
criticism of his Suet policy.
, Queen Elizabeth is ex
pected to call upon the Con
servative Party leader in the
House of Commons, R. X.
Butler or Chancellor of the
Exchequer Harold MacMil-
Ian to form a government to
succeed Eden s.
Eleven Patriots.
Indicted by Kadar
Dictator Janos i Kadar opened
his new campaign of terror a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst Hungarian Intellectuals
today with the indictment of 11
patriots for publishing and dis distributing
tributing distributing free newspapers after
the November fourth Soviet
army attack. Vr '
r.:-jrii ''-M '' ''-Two
Two ''-Two of the nation's i better
known writers, were among the
11 accused of "counter-revolu-tionary
activities" by publishing
or distributing the paper.
The two writers 'also, were acr
cused of inciting the demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration pec. 4 by Hungarian om om-l
l om-l n against Russia tanks.-
council on the powder keg in industrial
dustrial industrial Island, of Csepel in the
Danuba south' of Budapest an
nounce'! it was resigning in pro protest
test protest against interference by tire
Kadar government,
The Eceoel council,, Which de
fiantly led the nationwide aitr
down strikes against, the Com
munist regime,, took extraordl.
nary measures to ensure i that
news of their hew protest reach reached
ed reached the few. western correspond correspond-sprawllng
sprawllng correspond-sprawllng Bejolannls electrical
ents permitted. In. Budapest, s..
The workers council at- the
tilant was also reoorted to have
resigned : and other 1 Budapest
workers councils were expected
to follow, suit.". v 'v ' '
Pease Family Asks
Sympathizers : ;
To Aid San Bias
The family of the late Miss
Ella Pease .has requested that
instead of sending flowers those
who wish to do so contribute to
the medical work among the
San Bias Indians.' Miss Pease
died in Gorgaa Hospital at 1:06
Monday. j
A memorial service will be
held at the First Baptist Church
of Balboa Melghts tomorrow at
5:00. .
to a landing, fts broken ski
till protruding at a danger dangerous
ous dangerous angle. t
Observers sad the big plane
appeared to make one har jolt
wKen tfucbed ground, but
feet Undin Pr-
. -Torbert,- Antos and the five
passengers climbed out of the
P,inej "niUng and unharmed.
Torbert escaped injury last
year when his plane crashed in
tre Jungles 0f f enesuela during
a flight to the Antarctic
The organization nt election
of officers for the newly-formed
Grouo Health Insurance Board
of the Canal organization were
complet4 d last night at a meet meeting
ing meeting held m the board room of
the Administration Ruildinc.
Jt was announced at the con-J
elusion or the first meeting of
the board "that enrollment for
the new group health Insurance
will open next Week-
A two-month period will be
allotted for member shin and If
the required 50 per cent enroll enrollment
ment enrollment is obtained before that
time the Insurance will become
effective --when the reauired
number of employes has appn-


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Panama Seeking To Counter
Sea Freight Rate increase
, Tanami should study the convenience of joining the Gran
Colombia Fleet in order to combat those constant Increases of
freight rates," Gustavo Triua, who last night was elected presi president
dent president of th Panama Chamber of Commerce, said today; u;t

As a second alternative, Trius
suggested that v Panama go a-
head with plans for establishing
its On merchant fleet so that
future freight rates will be- reg regulated
ulated regulated by Panamanian shipping
' Panama' is faced -with a
boost in the cost of living
when a 7 per cent Increase in
freight rates by the Atlantic
Gulf, Panama Canal Zone,
' Colon and Panama City, Con Conference
ference Conference goes Into effect In
February. The Gran Colombia
Fleet is not a member of this
Yesterday, Panama.'! represen representative
tative representative on the Inter-American
Economic and Social Council re-
ouested an investigation in the
hike in freight rates to Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian ports. ,a
In addition, the Panama For
eign Office has instructed Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Rlcardo Arias to ask
the State Department to seek
the possibility of Intervening on
behalf of Panama.
. Trias said today the propos proposed
ed proposed Increase in freight rates
.will also affect the develop-;
ment of the Colon free Zone
: Wayne Hubert, 18, an Amerieatt
sailer servuig with the Navy,, was
fined 115 in Balboa Magistrate's
Court for failure to yield Tight of
way while driving a car,
: Busdriver Carlos Ernesto Queza-
da, 36, Panamanian, paid $5 for
failure to bave ,his vehicle's door
Alfred Cadet fsnimaniaD,'
was fined tlO for lack of a license.
" Albert Nathaniel Bayne, 45, Pan
amanian, paid $10 for having no red
taillight on his bus.V ;. ;
Jose Fernando Bernal; 27, 'Pana 'Panamanian,
manian, 'Panamanian, was fined 110 for having
no operator's license. Adrisno An An-tonio
tonio An-tonio Ferrer; 20,. Panamanian,
paid the ssme fine for the same
offense, plus another $5 for failure
to have bis bus doors closed,
George Allan Anderson, 20, A'
mericsn, was fined $16 for permitt
ing an unlicensed driver, Hernan Hernando
do Hernando Arosemena, to operate his ve
hicle. Arosemens. 18, a Panama
nian, paid $10 for driving without
the license
Coming Up Soon:
Those W-2 Forms
(Sans Equanil) :
Withholding tax statements",
Forms W-2, reporting wages
naid and taxes withheld in
calendar year 1950, will be dis distributed
tributed distributed to U. S. citizen em employes
ployes employes of the Panama Canal
Company-Canal Zone Govern
ment on Jan. 16, it has v been
announced by the Comptroller s
The statements will be deliv delivered
ered delivered by the Treasurer's Office
on Jan. 16 in the same manner
as used for pay checks. No Indi Individual
vidual Individual Forms W-2 will be issued
prior to the regular distribution
on Jan. 1V
Inquiries relative to data, on
Forms W-2' should be made to
Miss Helen Minor, Payroll
Branch telephone 2-1M0.

.Judge's Dcnch r

Group Health Insurance Board

Applications for enrollment
may now be obtained from any
memoer ox the board 01 10
member. "'
Robert Van Wagner was elect elected
ed elected present of the board at last
eight's meeting, the first to be
held since the election of the
remaining six members. Other
off leers, for the .year are: Ellis
L. Fawcett. vice nreeident. and
Kufus M. Lovelady, secretary.
Attending- the meeting last
night were Forrest O. DunaJ
moor, administrative assistant
tc the Gwernor; who was chair chairman
man chairman of an ad hoc committee to
develop clans for grouo health
I insurance for Canal employes,

as a wholesale; export center
for the American continent.

He admitted thatt the problem
was a complex' ono wnicn peri periodically..;
odically..; periodically..; confronts1 the: mer.
chants, of Panama, adding that
increased freight rates- would
seriously affect Panama's, posi position
tion position in relation to other 'Latin
American intries. ;
Bus Driver Forces
9 Cars Off Road;
Fined $45 In Court
A busdriver who forced njne
cart off the road while driving a a-longside
longside a-longside a convoy of Army tanks
was fined $45 in Balboa Magls
trste's Court yesterday. i
Found guilty of reckless driving,
David Ernesto Perez, 27, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was also given a 10 day
sentence, .but this was suspended
contingent on good behaviour.
Evidence m the case developed
that Perez' bus overtook the tank
convoy on its wsy to FtrXobbe.
"Ag is customary, the tanks were
spaced about 100 yards apart to
allow tears to pass the individual
vehicles and swing bsck Into thej
rignt hand line. t i
iAfter the driver of the rest tank
waved Pert to come ahead? how
ever, the busdrrvar kept tethe left
hand eidtef- the- oad lasing
tank' after. Tank wule nine-Ancem-ing-cars
were Iwcee to Jht grass
alongside Bruja Roat :. : i t
. Caaal : Zone polk gave chase.
Sirens,, blowing, a 'motorcycle, cop
finally pulled alongside Perez. For
a time, s the tanks, uPerez- and the
motorcycle all drove abreast down
the highway. .5.
Finally the policeman got Peres
to stop,;,Ti Vf--j-
In court his excuse- for the, wild
drive wss that the tsnks were mak making
ing making so much noise be thought he
hesrd a small car coming up be behind
hind behind him and did not want to force
It into the tanks.
Albscora Libeled
Again ByMafef
He Seeks $3,010 ;
i This fishing vessel Albacora,
released from one admiralty suit
yesterday, was libeled again and
re-seized bv U. S. Marshal Jo
seph Kinkaid. "...
The newest Jibe! against the the-Albacora
Albacora the-Albacora was filed by her A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan mate, S'dney S. Raw Rawlins,
lins, Rawlins, who seeks about $3,000 In
'back wages.'
Rawlins was represented in
the Cristobal Division of XI. 8.
District Court by attorneys Roy
Phillips and Dr. 1. B. Carrlng Carrlng-ton.
ton. Carrlng-ton. l. -. '-
The American master of the
vessel, Alexander: D. Van Beyer,
was. again appointed custodian
of the vessel.
Van Beyer Waa warned that
he must not go Out of sight of
the fishing craft. :. v
The Albacora flies the Pan Panama
ama Panama flag. She has been' In the
port of Cristobal since last Sep September.
tember. September. -v.
The libel from which the ship
was released yesterday was filed
for Panama Agencies by Charles
E. Ramirez. It sought $1,100 ad advanced
vanced advanced for various needs. Do
Castro St Robles responded for
the onewsr, OPAK Foods-
Capt. Van Beyer was one of
the first commercial fishermen
in this area to freeze and pack
shrimp for the export market.
and Andrew U. Wright, 'general
agent of Mutual of Omaha In Insurance
surance Insurance Company.
. The insurance plan submitted
by Mutual of Omaha wax select selected
ed selected for Canal employes on the
basis of competitive offers.
- Dunsmoor presented a general
review of the efforts of the past
three years which lead to the
development and selection of
the Employ Croup Health In Insurance
surance Insurance Plan.
Be emphasised that this Is an
employs-sponsored group health
insurance undertaking to be ad administered
ministered administered by CTrmloyes through
the selected renresentatfTes
whoa the Company wui gjv

Treaty' Talks
For 'Potter
a Capitol
Gov. w. E.' Potter win leave
Thursday morning for a brief
official business trip to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C.
The Governor wil 'confer
with various officials In Wash Washington
ington Washington on proposed legislation
t Implement the 1955 reaty
scheduled to be introduced at
the present session of Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Undertakings which re require
quire require enactment of legislation
Include the transfer of vari various
ous various properties to the Republic
of Panama,; establishment of
a single wage scale, and ex extension
tension extension of Civil Service Retire Retirement
ment Retirement Act benefits to Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian employes.
Following his ; visit to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Potter plans to return
to the Isthmys this week end
before going to San Francisco
next Tuesday to attend a meet meeting
ing meeting of shipping representatives
at the invitation of the pacific
American Steamship Associa Association.
tion. Association.
During his absence, Col. H.
W. Schull, Jr. will act as Gov Governor
ernor Governor and will perform the du
ties of the president of. the Pan Panama'
ama' Panama' Canal company which re
late to operations- on the isth isthmus.
mus. isthmus. ?,.; ...
-j. "in "i mi
IJoIlel Warns Ull,

m JiVii'.. m-;.Jl.M t .tt A- 'aeei-of from' S297j in the
nfP7j C.MHfkA VMM cellar classified Jobof: a GS-t
Ut. ..a ntiibvrfiJrrto-ssoo of

m, ' .,' m m-M V
leMi Algeria
A r' ,',
. ntuo, uii m ,ws iuii
Guy MolleC warned Algerian re rebels
bels rebels and the United Nations to today
day today that France "will never a a-bandon
bandon a-bandon Algeria." :-'
- Speaking to newsmen before
making a radio and television
report to the nation tonight.
Mollefr served notice that the
UJ. should keep out of what
France regards as none of its
The U.N. is cprsldering a de-
oate on Algeria later this month
and the rebels In that North A-
frican territory have Intensified
their 28-month-old insurrection
in an effort to focus world at attention
tention attention on their demands at a
time of U.N. discussion.
Monet gave his warning in a
30-minute declaration to report
ers at his official residence, be
fore having it broadcast later
over the government-operated
radio and television networks.
The declaration was formally
approved by the cabinet earlier
Un-the day .
IMM fl I llMMM
: Cfnama Star
James Stewart
'Here Friday
Hollywood actor James
Stewart is scheduled to arrive
here early Friday morning for
a three-day stopover on the
first trg of seven-week tour f
Soath America.
Stewart, who lust complet
ed work as Charles Lindbergh
In "The Spirit of St. Louis,
Is traveling with his wife and
a Texas couple.
Among the activities plan planned
ned planned in his honor daring his
stay In Panama Is tbe "James
Stewart Handicap" to be ran
at the Gen. Remon Racetrack
n Saturday.
Stewart will leave Panama
Xnesday en rente to Peru,
Chile. argentine, Bra ail and
full cooperation and assastance.
He informed the board that
Dr. Daniel J. Paohiccl has been
designate das Company-Government
liaison representative to
assist the board In contacts with
various units of the organiza organization
tion organization which will be involved.
Dun&moor brought t the at attention
tention attention of the board that- the
plan has the full support of the
Governor" and a majority of the
Compny-Governmtnt employes
who were- asked to ballot on
their desire concerning the
Croup Health Insurance Plan.
Wright. 'reviewed the master
to-Dolict -In detail and answered
.(ruesUoiu put forth by members

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Baisf House Bill f

Fdr Classified


The American Federation of Government Employes
is sponsoring a House bill to increase the salaries of the
1,000,000 classified Federal emoloves bv an averaae d

mount of $800 yearly, it ws

i ne measure has AFL-CIU support. If it becomes law
it will raise the pay of about 2000 oersons on the Canrrl


It is one of some 50 bills already introduced to bet

ter the pay or .working conditions of various cateaories of

employes and retirees. More bills are being drafted,'
Some 25 bills are in the making to grant increases to
the 300,000 Civil Service retirees and survivors who wr)i

on the rolls before last Oct.
The AFGE-aponsored measure
to raise the salaries of federal
employes in the classified serv service
ice service would operate on the follow following
ing following formula;. j
"Ten per cent oh the first
$2500, plus 24 Vs percent on the
next' $7300, plus 27t jber cent on
all un Jfexcesa,ot $10,000,"
This figures out to 'give in
i-cS-M, ; f average raise of
t Cnn II I. ..,! If
$800 overall;, ia estimated if
the measure passes.
Thi'jam bill would boost the
maximum pay of a classified
employe from $18,000 as v,m
now, ta $19,000.
Federal employes ana retirees
have been warned, however, not
lo count on -this, or any other
Viet.t'.erinent. riurlnir t.he 85th Con-
rfcreas. Many factors will work
both lor and against any move
txrinc.-ease federal salaries or
benefit,-. :
Government columnist Jerry
Kluttz of the Washington Post
has commented:
"The Administration is con continuing
tinuing continuing its pay, and salary
studies and lt may be weeks
before its' salary plan is ready.
In fact some top officials are
cold to the idea of a general
wage boost for leuerai em employes."
ployes." employes." v.'"
Kluttz continues: "The Ad
ministration Intends to take lt
s:ow on formulating an employe
program, mainly because the
emphaiU here on xoreign poncy
and delense pushed It to the
rear seat.
As a result, it Is presently
planned, for the President to re
fer to the program in most gen
eral terms In his forthcoming
message to Congress; he may
send a full-dress message later
to Congress on employs mat
"The President will ask Con
gress for authority to carry out
hese programs," ruutw pre
"Train promising employes
outside the government at gov
ernment expense... pay addi additional
tional additional travel and moving costs
to short supply employes. . co
ordination of Civil Service re
ormnaTjon 01 w"

Si b.v uno allcw teiiatatlon stUl more effecUvf
nre to' tJS a?ntor?g ov !,nd U8CfuL ConatructlT. propo.
. tTf.ith n?Z,mm tL sal alon -W to be made
seas... a- health program iorito rie Congress.
federal employes . allow; more ht mp"nths have on In penalising em-' iy mtde mon tape,... tnf
Ployes for Hatch Act viola- need fof nrtft Uon b
Uons... overhaul the job rating
v- (CvBtinned en rage II) I (CenNnued on Page 10) . .

Completes Organization

of the board.
Wright reviewed the schedule
of hospital room benefits, mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous hosnital expense ben
efits., maturity benefits, and
collcy coverage outside. of the
Canal Zone and Panama.
Be also emphasised that while
Dread Disease benefits are not
Included m the specific plan,
the employes could get these
additional benefit If they so
, i ...
la addition. Wright expllned
the diision of- the Company-
Government employes Into two
main groups, related to salary.
and the seed for either group
to obtain a $0 er cent parti-1


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learned today. -r
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Pay Legislation
Number 1 Herri
a Major legislative objectives' of
the NationalvFederation of Fed
era I Emoloves in the new aessian
of Congress were outlined- today
by Michael E. Markwood NFFS
national president in an an
nouncement from Washington
tiign on the organization's f
genda for 'this session. Mark
WQod said, are the following:
Pay increases lor all erri-l
ployes subject to the Classin-L
cation Act;, ,.i t fj
Longevity pay increases fan)
wage board employes and leQ-i'
islation to make wage-board
adjustments effective at the!
earliest possible date; ; 1 1
Establishment of a. singliZ
wage board system; ;.iJ
further improvements inJ
the'retirement act; ,'jg
Increased annuities for an
nuitants now on the roHj;2
a comprenenswe neaitn in 3
surance program; i
Formal recognition of orgs orgs-nlzations
nlzations orgs-nlzations of federal employes
Restoration of full annual
and sick leave privileges?
Payment of true time-and-one-half
for overtime for; alt
federal employes: : i
Revision of. the federal secur security
ity security program so that lt wiU efti
f ectually protect the nation' e-
curity and at the same Qmsj -safeguard
the employe's Indivl- (
dual rights: and establishment
of the security program by law
ratner than Executive Ordefr
Repeal of the provisions of the
Whitten Amendment in thetf
entirety. - .....
we will urge the Congress xo-
take the promptest possibleac
tion on pay legislation," Marks
wood declared.
It is not onlv an Increase that
is needed, vitally essential
though that is. Over-all. thefi ta
cipatlon before the policy be becomes
comes becomes effective for the group oa
a nonselective basis.
He said that if a total of S3
per cent of the Company-Government
employes enroll, then
the 50 per cent for either frou3
need not applyi
The board member in iW
tendance were: Henry T. C"
penter, Ellis L. Fawcett, Jaav 1
Elliot. Harold W. Rerrie, Rober;
Van Wagner, Rufus Love!ae;.
Thomas L. Sellers, Alfonso Alex Alex-la.
la. Alex-la. Jefferson Joseph. wulUnv
Jump, Charles H. BrandL WU-
lan R. Dixon. Robert H. Mi.ifr.
IKeginald Calender. Leroy Cccy-
burn and Harold WUIiam.



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4 ,Itm amazed that the Jan. 4 issue of The .Panama Canal
Review, when describing Frank Naughton s duties at the Per-
W , U as.rlliA an a "liorlltPr incident UlC 161"

aonnei Bureau, auuum uum - lrm wri-h
ley received from a man who was trym to collect $100, which
,hJr had loaned out at 20 percent interest a month, and the sor sorrower
rower sorrower was in turn lending out that $100 at 20 percent interest
'raTisTmy opinion, a flagrant case of usury and In-

nf hP riff a auhlGCt 01 nuniur lot me h-" -----

ofthe Panama CaComfy uf nrwo'alrd
.1j L t it miHH rrimfi aeainst the poor sap wno agreea

UllU, W lU A A..AMWV. "
to, pay such exorbitant interest. vravhP he's a
Mavbe I shouldn't call the poor uy a sap. Maye hp. s a

man who has lived his entire We on tnewowjr-"

the cruel discrimina

n practiced "S?K superiors,- and now is tOjl n .or
$40? a month, without commissary PrJge PfflS- oh
wefe 'taken away 'nom him because 'Panama J" QJ

wnen aoes rana-i" u"

hmr. since

United states Government.

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There's a scurrilous rumor, drifting round here,
That our local lizards are behaving Qefr- ;
s!h Sttet nonsense. Mother Nature refutes
We offer these facts in defense of the brutes.
As 'A matter of honor.' an Iguana,
Will examine with care the breed o! his mate.
And 'Family Tree,' before making a date
There is no case on record, nor nave you heaid.
Of an Iguana 'making up to a bircu
S5st try to imagine, we douot if you can.
, A male Iguana, courting tVlCnoinu wish.

What Freudian qu ot w -; -fljh?

lical wizard,

an iguana holgt her?

f33 make an Iguana 'romance' with a fish?
SndeSing of Freud, what medical wizard,

Would try to psychoanalize a nzaiar
SSrSLZ or, Tc-uana 'fell' for an Oyster,

oTIhe d"ee plndlge depths how wou
Assuming his nature was this vlvfciou

To indulge m sucn i
Scandal of this type

Assuming ii" Afair rvmtareous
To indulge In such an Affair pr"f acJX,,;k
i "ii f tis tvne. we are glad to debunk

ad 1

Whose sole desire

scandai 01 una ijy-, r- v

When an tguana goes

swish.' it's only his laie


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On the morning of Oct. 25,
1944, Franklin D. Roosevelt talk talked
ed talked earnestly and long to several
close political friends and this
columnist. He talked of many
thines. of flehtine ships and

politics. And he predicted that

there might be two new parties.
One, he forecast; would spring merging of the "libe "liberal"
ral" "liberal" elements of the Democratic
and Republican parties, and the
other would come of counter counteraction
action counteraction by conservatives from the
old ranks. f,'
The late President spoke
wistfully of not being: there to
sec it happen and said he
had hoped Wendell W lkle
would take the leadership. He
recalled that he had pace writ writ-ten
ten writ-ten to Wilkie about it, ask-ioe-
that he come in to the
White House to talk ft over.
Now both men are gone' and
there is scarcely a mention of
them as history pushes its rude
way through new political years.
But we might be witnessing
the realignment which Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt predicted, hardly thinking

that it mlgnt come auring wie
administration of a man he
knew onlv as a fiehtin? general
one Dwight D. Elsenhower.
The beginning of things is
freouentlv the total of minor in

cidents and one of these is the

unnoticed appointment or a
rhan hv the name of Robert

oormlev to head the "1 a b 0 r

desk" of the Republican Nation'

ot rnmrnittPf v

To those who wanted OOP I

nost-electlon tactics in. the past,

this appointment has realanean

ing. It reveals tnai come spring
the Republicans will have Gorm Gorm-ley
ley Gorm-ley and some others on the

road keeping anve tneir ou-ouu

labor committees and organiz organizing
ing organizing new ones lone in advance

of any national election.
There is also signified Here a

vital political fact which contes

from tne knowieage was i u e

labor 'desk'" is the project or

U.S. Secretary of Labor James
Mitchell and, therefore, of the
President Itself. Traditionally
the GOP national high com command
mand command shuts up desks and shop
after each election. This time
the labor section was not moth moth-balled..
balled.. moth-balled.. : t vy'.'1 : ?

Mr. Mitchell '"believes" tkM.

much of labor's vote was suc-q

cessfully wooed overthe pitch
of the national union chiefs

virtually all of whom were? for
Adlai Stevenson. Mitchell is re-

ported to believe that this suc success
cess success was due to the White House
refusal to attack all laborsfeep-:
inelv. as hai been the Tiractlce

of many Republican strategists
in the nast and some Repub-

licans, such as sen. Barry Gold Gold-water,
water, Gold-water, at present. ' 'T
- Mitchell took the view during
this campaign that the labor
rote was not the property of ei either
ther either the Democrats or the labor
chiefs. A down-to-earth appeal

could win them to the GOP, he

felt, on the basis of the coun
try1, prosperity and the Eisen

hower Administration's accom-
plishments. j ; :
Mitchell, who saw the inside
of more labor conventions in the
nre-election months than a

walklne delegate out of the

KeepsJ-osing' byo Whisker,

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By DIE W rlAlSOrt

WASHINGTON,' As congress
convened, che Democratic Party

found itself in tenuous control, un

der the leadership of two men wno
are no longer leaders among the

yeupie wno eieci mem..

Most of the Democratic senators vention ball.

badge to get on the, convention
floor. .; 5 .. ,l .
Mrs. i Randolph -was Democratic
National committee woman, duly
elected. Vet ah an irn.r ia.,.n

I T r n avl I It
J ail day in a cowbarn 'near the con-

'People's Capitalism'


moting "People's Capitalism" as

the antidote for Marxist world

communism has been given a few

trial runs by U.S. Information A-

tency and has como off pretty


The name 'People's Capitalism,'

in Spanish. 1

The People's capitalism con

cept has been a little over a year

in developing. Theodore !. Keppij-

r, president,; :oi tne Advertising

Cognpu-' has- been jts principal

nnmoteri t-"' '";- I -V "-
The iirst ''People's Capitahsm"
exhibit was' set up for a preview
In Hie Washington Union Station
concourse last summer It was an
elaborate threMilmensional lob

tctwering lJ.000 quar feet of floor

spacer v' i-f--i

President -Eisenhower. 10,000

government people and the travel

ing public in general previewed it

and made suggestions for improv

ing it. There was considerable pub

lic argument as to whether it was

gool ot had.


hibit were, first, a couple of rooms

to show how Americans lived in

colonial times. Then for contrast
there : was a whole prefabricated

a'l-steel rambler, complete with

automobile, TV' and .mechanical

kitchen, to show how 1 Americans

can live today in a Ils.tKw mort-

ga;ed home.

high-button shoes era, said thisMh between Were n .lot, of b

p I

''aari.i a. r-

L't r.DtM MPI YINPa FISH" Like a school of flying fish, six

J British Hawker Hunter Jet fighters pierce the solid blanket of
clouds below and room straight up at 80-degree angle during
a' flight somewhere over England. The sextet comprise the
first Hunter acrobatic team ofjhe Royal Air Force. J

over and over again last Oc October
tober October and early November. Now

e and Gormley have analyzed
tie vote in labor districts and

they believe that their strata

gem helped Ike to win.

If lhi policy doesn't- 4 1
well with honestly indignant!
conservative Inside JiJrh. Re Republican
publican Republican circles, another of
Mitchell's moves will please
them even less. For, In addi addition
tion addition tn all else, th a new tac tactic
tic tactic will reveal the atandine;
the Labor Secretary baa with
the President. Mitchell has
arranred fer the President te
receive in the White House a
labor delegation made up of
some fie it New Dealers, a a-morn
morn a-morn others. Thev have a
project te sell Mr. Elsenhower
but mar find that thev don't
have to ell him en t. He may
already be in their corner.

photographs, charts and .show

cards in big type. They explained

use of machinery in place or nand

tools and by the investment of the
peoples' savings in private busi

ness enterprises. This developed

the U.S. economy and raised the
standard of living.
This exhibit was finally modified

in many places and prepared for

the international road It has just
had its first. showng in Bogota, Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, and it has done all right.
A replica of Lincoln's log cabin
has replaced the too-interior-decorated
colonial home of the original

exhibit. This substitution makes
the contrast with modern, prefa prefabricated
bricated prefabricated living all the greater. And

it shortens the time element in

which the U.S. developed from a

backwoods frontier to whatever t

is now. ,j

Vrm PRI-FAB HOUSi exhibit

proved so popular in Bogota that
it couldn't acco m m o date the

crowds. This problem was solved

by taking the roof oft tne nouse
and building a ramp around it at
ceiling height. That let the people
walk up and look down into every
room and all its gadgets.
Repplier, just back from Bogota
where he went to see how his brain
child was coming along reports
235,000 Colombianos saw the exhi-
Colombian schools and colleges
sent professor and classes to ?ee
the exhibit and write -economic re reports
ports reports and themes about It. The I-

uea of Uanitaiismo uemocranro.
aa they called if. caused a lot of

discussion and was the big hit of

the trade fair.-

Bogota newspapers and radio al also
so also gave "People's Capitalism"
good plugs'. Said the newspaper
"La Republica"
"Compared with the gigantic
transformation brought about by
Capitalismo Democratico ... com communism
munism communism appears as an insignifi

cant process kept in motion only

by useless cruelty. ,
wanted to put over, V,
The "People's Capitalism" exhi exhibit
bit exhibit will ooen next at a trade fair in

Mexico City. Then it will be sent on
tour to other trade fairs in Latin


SA smaller "Peonle'j jCapltalism"

exhibit which will lake less'Yloor

;pace and can b-shQvri in' small

halls is now being put together by

UMA for use in other parts of the

world, n uses scale models of the

loe cabin and the ore-fab. with

dioramas and .illuminated color
transparencies In place of the thre

dimensional' dismay. m

,A typicar suggested showcard


Karl Marx, predicted that the

ricn would get; richer and he poor

would get poorer, nut history prov

es that did not happen in the U.S

on tne contrary, the percentage of

tne very, ncn na tne vcrv.noor

has steadily declined while the

middle class has grown larger and

larger ... America is becoming

That's one of the main themes
of the "People's Capitalism" idea,
and its pitch to block communism.

and representatives who accept

the leadership of Sen. Lyndon John
son and speaker Sam Kay burn of

Texas do not know mat back in
Texas these two' men have, bit an

an-ume low.
For the first time in his life.

Sam Ray burn was booed by his
own Texas followers at the state

convention last fall, :.

3n.lL way i; was not Sam's. fault.

He was being loyal to a younge.-

man whom he had helped to train,

ana wno got him into trouble.

That man. lyDdo n JohnsOn.

would have real difficulty stayin.:

in tne benate were an election held

in Texas today Yet he win how

ride herd on other senators, will'
try to dictate legislation for them

mm. iui an uic ueume 01 uie uniiM

J M.l t ...... v. I

It's an .ironic twist- of nolitical

fate. But the man who helped lose
Texas for the Democratic ticket
list November now wants to run
the Democratic-Party in Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. '

While he couldn't be elected dna-

catcher by loyalist Demo c r a t j
back in Texas,, here "to Waslngon
he declines to cooperate with Stev Stevenson,
enson, Stevenson, Truman and Kefauver" on
an advisory committee for the
Democratic Party, v V.-


No man in the U.S. Senate h

With her was'leent waltinv tha

entire loyalist Democratic delega delegation
tion delegation from Harris County (Houbt (Houbt-on),
on), (Houbt-on), (he most active and most loy.
al county of all. Its Democrats bad
gone down the tine for Stevenson
in 1952, had remained vigorously
loyal in 1956. .
But they were not enthusiastic
over Lyndon Johnson. Other loyal
1st Democratic delegates from oth.'

er areas also were not enthusiastic :
over Lyndon.
; So Lyndon conspired with his old
enemy and sometimes-friend, Shiv Shivers
ers Shivers and wiih Sen. Price Daniel who
alsoa4 turned against the Demo-
crats in 1952, to bar these fightina;
loyalist Democrats from the-state
conven ion.' '( i-H. &

These were the most untiring.

mosi entnusiasuc precinct workers.
of all. -They haft battled' Hard for for-Stevenson
Stevenson for-Stevenson in 1952 when Lyndon' was"
out of the state. ducking the fight
for Stevenson.' ::.. ui
Yet enough of them were "barred
from the so-called. Democratic on on-vention
vention on-vention by those who had worked
against Stevenson to 1952 so that
Shivers, Daniel and Johnson con controlled,
trolled, controlled, f i, 't'
';S'v!i "';.iy..-,5V'i:iS! :. V. i;V
Lyndon had his way at the Fort
Worth convention. He and Rayburn
wre booed, but they goi their way,
Mrs. Randolph, the one Texas lead-

shrewder than T.vnHnn ihu. er who had opposed Lyndon and

mi "fcue uativgiuunu.
That Johnson victory, however,
led to later Johnson defeats. It

helped lose the. state of Texas to
the Democratic ticket.. For the pre-

lu an iin e puwenui in putting a a-cross
cross a-cross a program; no man better
knows the political ropes, has more
legislative know-how. v

He hs accomplished some great

things in the Senate. When he puts finc'wrkrs h a.klek4 out of
Ui. a . . tha lrtt- .Wnwfli aAaAnL. 4.. .4.


1'. f ..J

Wa ter Winchell

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- itift


Maybe you'd better 'stick to playing coalier

This involves one of the mal-

or legislative protects for Amer American
ican American labor In 1957.
There are man millions of
workers In the UJS. who earn
less than a dollar an hour or
less than $40 a week. These are
mostly in the retail and white
collar fields.
Of these workers, 7.000.000 are
in the retail field. The AFL-CIO
will launch a drive this week to
move congress Into extending
the dollar minimum waee law

of the land to these 7.000,000.








.. Richard Rodgers, who

the dancingest music

dislikes dancing ... The next best
thing to witnessing "Bells Are

Ringin is the recorded album, eS

pecialhy "Just to Time." A ballad

that plays the heartstrings... Jim

my Durante amazes waiters when
he orders apple pie. He devours

the crust and leaves the apples

Roz Russell's- challenge: "The
male sex is not as superior as its
members like to think." This

Jayne Mamfield hn whizzes a a-round
round a-round Mo ;villv her Jagur-,
describe; ihc car's color as "pan-fv-pink"
. Es'At'e'e V Ttortllo
will make your new happier,
bug, who is a b'..' gi'l, weights in inly
ly inly 120 ... Hie Music Hall and Roxy
are the Broadwsy branches of Fort
Knox. "Anastasia" and "Tea-house
of the August Moon" grossed al almost
most almost $300,000 last week ... Don't
mici T ee rhjima'c avnitar fin Hun.

gary In the Saturday Review ... K.' means war!

Novak describes herself as""jazzy

Kim." (Plav the music!) ...Chas- "Without Love" is such a zingy

en's which hasn't shuttered in 20 zong ... Clark Gable s pet hue

years on New Year's Eve (a $7,000 must be white. His 3 jalopies have
night) closed so the Chasens could a snowy color ... Politicos will ap ap-be
be ap-be toaether for the first time on preciate the essay in Pageant tit-

the holiday eve ... Romanoff's had I led "How to Think" ... Tokyo now

a small fire but the special party produces more nickers than Hoi Hoi-in
in Hoi-in the Champagne Room upstairs llywood ... Mick! Mario's "Little By
refused to be introduced to It. The Little" has a hot-jiggety tempo ...
hosts were Paul .and Cissy Henry, "Li'l Abner's" musical director tip tip-the
the tip-the BevarW Millionaires. ped in an interview: "Anyone sit-
The Desi-Lucy mansion has S tving in the first or second row at
sets ... "Cinco Robles," tweet- any musical show ought to have
tweeted by Lea Paul-Mary Ford. 'his head examined if he expects

Th. t.n inHnatrv ha alreadVihaa the umr aasv-emnff te mno aa to hear comfortably over the or-

warned that It cannot absorb "Vaya Con Dk".... Gen. Sarnoffs cbestra" Wanna buy Av Gard Gard-the
the Gard-the hundred minion or more yacht is aptly tagged "The Elec-lner? Her studio's fee for her act act-dollars
dollars act-dollars this would mean in extra (tron" ... If you invested $1000 in Ing services is $200,000.
waees. It will be a tough fight. "No Time for Sergeants' you .. r tJ
lhor wanted to meet with would now have $3100 ... ."The La- V. haddayaknow? Edie Adams

Ike to tret his help. AFL-CIO dies Home Journal Treasury" (Si- beat the drums in the Tenafly High
special counsel. Art Ooldberf moh-Scbuster) makes tateresting!(N.J.) band w Over 400,000 fucky
telephoned Mr. Mitchell andlreading, especiaUy Normaa Bel.folks have eajoyed My Fair La La-asked
asked La-asked for the appointment The I Geddes' remarkable prophecies dy." (About 10,000,000 want Uck Uck-Labor
Labor Uck-Labor secreUry suggested theyiin 1931 ... Janice Luce and her trio ets) Paul Mumncents 'Inherit
meet the President after Ikejhave been at tl Beverly WUahire the Wind" is the theatres mara mara-hands
hands mara-hands nn hla speech on the Hotel tounEe for one of the steadi-thon champ ... What makes a here-

economy of the nation. The est runs in show business. Janice

is an- anracuTB ptanisi-cvoauiB ar artist.
tist. artist. Plays everything from "Holy
Night" to "Mambo Ne S". .Rex

meeting will be held, in tne
White House and Mr. Eisenhow

er will be receptive.

al reasons.

Of all things! Marlene Dietrich
attribute her trim torse te insom insomnia
nia insomnia Helen Hayes observation:
"Usually I don't like to see myself

the aatioa today. The aa turn's a-iia the movies because it's a terri terri-tomoblies
tomoblies terri-tomoblies roll up about W.00O0,- fic shock. You have a vision to your

mo 000 miles auras Uy. - Iheat. al what re doing and
... 'p

the "sexy Rexy tag was coined
by a sarcastic temptress whose

This may mark the beginning i Harrison would bavi ,you believe

of a lone Ana pouueaa ineno ineno-shlp.A
shlp.A ineno-shlp.A
Cars, Cars, Cars
National Automobile Club reports
that there are snore Ufa t.OOO,-

000 reentered motor venicies

charms he resisted. It was coined r'ie Wood, who it 18, bas been to

by a newspaper writer for person- films 14 years Don t miss the

Adiencaa xoeauv nun vimnuxi
Performaaee (la honor of Ike and
Mamie) Jaa. nth at the Waldort
A bargain! All the Stars that Hat Hatter
ter Hatter ea one bill.

In "The Opposite Sex" movie,

best: Dahnse ...Looks here.

don't you dare call Debbie Reynolds

ueDDie. :ne dislikes the name.
Her original tag is Mavy ...DeMilie
expects 'The Ten Commandments'
to run a decade... Have a forecast:

The prize-winning shows this year
will be "Bells Are Ringing" and

Long Day's Journey Into Night" I oix ouzz aooui uisney s sec

rets of Life" is the episode con

cerning oees. f ascinating ...Colyu ...Colyu-raists
raists ...Colyu-raists will appreciate the remind reminder
er reminder framed to Sec'y Benson's of

fice: "Among life's dying embers
these are my regrets. When I'm

right no one remembers, when I'm

wrong no one lorgeis.

From John Crosby's syndicated

TV report: "W. Winchell left the

field firing volleys at the rating

systems,, which could stand hefty

criticism . -For examnlef...

Margaret Whiting's version of "The

Money Tree" sounds like a golden

disc... Fred Allen's "Much Ado A A-bout
bout A-bout Me" is so Allen-like, you can

almost hear his. nasal twang while

reading ... The value of strsight-

shootm John Wayne's last 10 films

betted over sis million ... March

Fredricks' "The Blue Jean Rhap

sody -is a merry swineaiing..

Sheree moru s sociological con-

trib: "Don't kid the men, girls.
Once a week appear a you really

arj no bras, no girdles." (Whe-


In the next issue of "People To Today"
day" Today" they compare the Dynamic
Miss (Norms) Douglas to Sophie
Tucker, the last of the Red Hot

Mamas. They call Norma the first

of the Jet rut Mamas The Dal-

laa critics loved Fraa Warren

Ray Bolger's NBC-TV Show is get getting
ting getting better aO the time. The samur samurai
ai samurai wingdlng la "The Magnificent

Seven" a'apaeese movt ia atncuy
for gasps... Have you beard Anto Antonio
nio Antonio Martin's 'This Much I Knew"
platter? Enjoy Judy Holbday
explains how glamour photos are
made: "Leaa back, bosom up.
Half, close your eyes.. Half open
vmir mouth.' (Click, click) V

Dolores Grav doesn t yodel am!. Warning to sober drivers: Watch

Asa Miller doesn't do what she do-'Out For Drunken Pedestrians.

nis country and his party

wnaon is unassailable. .
When he puts himself ahead of
party and country be comes to

grict. in his lay, Lyndon has done


Lyndon's troubles to Texag are
almost entirely of his own mak-j

ing. ii ne bad not put a personal
grudge ahead of his party, his
name would no, be jeered at a-

mong loyalist Texans today, i
Here is the story that his fellow

iiemocrais in congress don't know:
When TCxaS Ttomru-rtt, A.j

last May for the state rnnvnt;nn

i uaiias to pick delegates to the

nicago national convention, they

save xvepuoucrat tiov.1 Allan Shiv

ers tne trouncing of his life. His

iorces were rouied. Johnson-Ray-burn-loyalist
forces won, '" fc
i At thaf point 'Johnson iouM-Vve
organized a new" loyalist leader leadership
ship leadership of the Democratic Party. He
didn't. He appeased Governor Shiv Shivers,
ers, Shivers, 'v? : '.. '-,:,.',
He and Shivers are the tvne who

can caii eacn other names nnhliMv

tnen go out and have a drink to-

getner privately. Many an evening
the governor, despite public oppo opposition
sition opposition to Johnson, has driven down
to Lyndon's, ranch outside Austin

ano spent a quiet evening dlvld
tog up political spoils to Texas.
So, immediately after tha Inval.

ists defeated the Shivercrats last

may; Lyndon turned his back on
the loyalists and rescued the Shiv Shivercrats.
ercrats. Shivercrats. He kept to nower tha Shiv.

crs-stacked Texas State Democra Democra-ic
ic Democra-ic execuive commiee.

But Lyndon lost one battle art ha

Dallas stste convention fn Ma v.

Mrs. Frankie Randolph, Houston
lumber heiress and a liberal whom
Lyndon hates, was elected Demo

cratic National committeewoman.

Lame the second state conven

tion at Fort Worth to September
anl Lyndon passed word to the
Shivercrats and the Price Danielit Danielit-es
es Danielit-es that Mrs. Randolph was not ev

en to be given an honorary official

toe Fort Worth convention just
didn't have $ same enthusiasm

anymore.'... Vvt J,vy'
They ,! would have-' worked for 'a

separate Volunteers for Stevenson

committee. But Lyndon wouldn't
let it be organized. His old enemy.
Mrs; Frankie Randolph, would have
been chairman.
So Stevenson headquarters to v
Washington listened to Lyndon,
and Texas was the only state with with-out
out with-out such 'a '-committee,' Lyndon
didn'rwant 'ft, so Texas didn't
have it. S-. :g; m'.,,:".; :f
His personal prejudice was more
important than the party -r -'-'
'iThat's why Senator Johnson's
name is mud in Texas today. Loy
alists will never trust him

the Shivercrats.. though willing te
make temporary deals, wiU cul
his. throat at the ear lifni nnnrtimi.

A 1,1 J .i. 1, ..1. ..i-.rfr-'iv,,...,...
In fact. Shivare ia trvlnr f -..A

his throat right now by sending a
senator to Washington who will un unseat
seat unseat Johnson as ma Inritv iaata

of the Senate.: -' u .


A teerwjoer Ts a kid who hoi

just become too old to'toke odvlce. )





' Thanksgiving

Answer te Previoue Ruzzte

ACKOSS 81 Oleic add
America was M Lamprey,
in 1121 nsnenaan
lit has been I. M Strict 2 J

ine heroic? Ia the "Julie" movie,
Doris Day lands an airliner, al although
though although she bsd never piloted a
plane before. Good girrrul .. Eva
Marie Saint. A dreamy blonde
Tiffany's eye-catching window:
Diamonds floating in water . Na-


; in the VS.
! since US3
ill Church
; festival
ill Bullfighter
14 Hebrew
j ascetic ";
1 are common
I at this time

IT Iriah Free'
State town
' It African fly V
: (var.)
20 Ocean vessel
22 fountain
. drink -IS
The cuftJm,
- by the
: Pilgriins
31 Perslaa prince
SO Mine entrance
21 Americana
. heartily
"-- today
14 Bear
Sheep's Meat
II The e
, tovitcd
, Indians te
the first
09 Loamy deposit
4S Ignited
41 Inamrectioa

1 Touch
S Assistant
-A Female- saint
S Doctrine"
Net tight
- Exploit,-
Crafts :
10 Miiplace
12 Renovate
It Prunes

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If o n X & 5 j. 5
I. L x mff u nJ
rrrm ts r t tt z wre
1 5 K ?. E m 2
X Tf B W T I M'e"? L. ?
X r T 5T cT u Hlz E r

' Aeronautic
20 Petty prince
llRaajom f
22 Kereaa river

21 German river- 44 Wicked

24 Expiree ; 40 Tardy

27 Variable Star
30 Pause t -.
15 Smudges

-SO Ere
ST Malicious
40 Sicker
41 Small islands
42 Large plant .'
43 Cover (eiat)

47 Roman road
40 See bird
00 Poem

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WJIDNESDAT, JANUARY 9, 1957 ---"'..', 101 rAnxnu amtvivnuAm i-w ijnuarainjf c, i... wm: t i


MOVIES 7V :400 j
by Enkin Johnsoh


i 'HOLLYWOOD NEA) Ex Exclusively
clusively Exclusively Yours; Anne Bancroft's
tormy three and-a-half-year
maniage,' now headedtor the
divorce court, left her vowing,
"Prom now on there will be on only
ly only four -'Snen in my life my fa father,
ther, father, my agent, my press agent
and my analyst."
3 The Italian movie cutle from
the Bronx (real name Anna Ma Maria
ria Maria Italiano) insisted she "was
serious despite .hubby Martin
May's divorce xharge of "ex-
i treme cruelty" against HER.
Bhe hopes to have the marriage
annuled. s-

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' (-' Written for NEA $rvic,

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3 4. Pats 4 N.T.
IV Pan 5N.T.
Pass '6 4
Para Pass'

Opetdnz leadA 3
R"i;. .v.i- ".J;

, Pass
" Pass

Picking the s ope n l n g lead
against a slam js always a" risky
business,, but West suffered cruel
and- unusual punishment for his
choice in today's hand,' Mind you,
it Isn't the safest thing in the
world to lead from four to the
queen, but neither does It jrate to
be as fatal as it war In this case.
' When West Ted the- low club,
declarer 'played lowfrom the
dummy and was able to capture
East's ten with bis ck. South
went after the" trumps nekt, ak ak-in
in ak-in .hisitopJ trumpsandglttngJ up
a trick to the jack. :
West returned a diamond, and
dummy's queen ? was- covered by
the .king and won by thr"ace.
Now South had to play the clubs
in such l a way as to get" a dls-'
card for his losing-diamond.'
C.ittVi IrvtAiar 4frm iaf f !lr

uvum i iv. tt j it viu viae xaa s
wha, had the' queen of i clubs-Heil

therefore led the- nine of clubs o

ward dummy, t West covered with
the queen, since otherwise South

would have allowed the. nine oft

clubs, to- ride;, for a- Winning
finesse. '; Dummy won with the
king xf clubs, and South returned
to his "band with a heart to-lead
his remaining club. West played
low, and .-d e e 1 a r e "property
finessed .dummy's, seven of clubs
to win the tricky Now the ace of
clubs allowed declarer,' t? discard
his losing diamond. ; x

'Men, she told me, "just a
dore trying to destroy me. Men
in general try to destroy wom women
en women they love to stamp on them.
I know these four men are only
out to help me." 1
'I HATE MEN" Anne, who
zoomed to stardom at 20th Cen-tury-Fox
In movies like "Tonight
Wg Sing,'" "Demetrius and the
Gladiator, and "The Kid From
Left Field," is a kid from left
fields and admits It. When there
was .debate at fox over her
name she starred as Anne Mar Mar-no
no Mar-no in live TV before coming to
Hollywood she shrugged her
shoulders and .said:
,-"1 don't care what my name
Is. There's no name that can de describe
scribe describe -me except maybe Temp
est. Storm, and that's already
Anne doesn't' have a business
manager "because there's only
one thing you have to know a a-bout
bout a-bout money how to spend It"

But there's an analyst Ur her
life, she says, "because he helps
me know myself. He plays with

my thoughts instead 01 my emo emotions.".
tions.". emotions.".

Between movie roles Anne
emotes on TV, starring in Janu
ary in ''So Soon to Die" on Play-;
house 90.
JOSH LOGAN may .not be
loshlnp- about It.' but he tested

new film sensation Carroll

(Baby Doll) Baker for the film
version of "Picnic" and turned

her down.., Mike Toddy asking

$250,000 for TV showings or a
special documentary he made
about filming "Around 'the
World In 80 Days." One : prize
shot' shows" the r entire popula population
tion population (7,200) of a Spanish village
lined tip to be costumed for a
bull fight' sequence r: V "'.
Sudden thought: Wonder If
Svlvia; Sidheyvfltill wears those
thr turtr1tner r'.ntr. a a. nan tn

private oarWes? She liked to ex explain;
plain; explain; "They remind me not to
make fourth 3 mistake."

29 Syrian P!c!!ers
Face Court Session
For 'Overthrowing'

DAMASCUS, Syria, Jan. 9 (UP)-

A military court today opened a
trial of self -exiled dictator Adeeb
Shishakly on charges he plotted to
overthrow the government and re replace
place replace it with a pro-western ad administration.
ministration. administration. r-
A total of 470 Syrians were ac ac-cosed,
cosed, ac-cosed, but only 29 factually" were
in court today. The rest, including
Shishakly, have left Syria.
The trial started as Syrian Pres President
ident President Shukri el Kuwatly Be Be-nounced
nounced Be-nounced reports that his country
baa become "sovietized."
' In an intervlej published in the
leftwing S ox 1 a 1 i s t newspaper
Avanti In Rome, Kuwatly blamed
"colonialist propaganda V for
charges that "Syria is pro-Russian.
At the same time, he criticized
the Esenhower jJ'Middle East
doctrine."'-' y.
Kuwatly presently is paying a
four-day state, visit to pro-western
Pakistan, a member of the Bagh-

The trial of Shishakly was based
partially on charges taf plot

bad Deen naicnea w unus
former dictator, Jhome Jrom exire
in 1 Switzerland to direct" a con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy agabst the regime, v

Army chief of intelligence Lt.
ri iMul Uimmiil finrai testified

before the- three judge tribunal

that the pro-western government
- T.n v Viopn .'natrnnizinff and

feeding" the alleged conspiracy,

Seraj charged man ne coup wa
to have been staged late last year
lnrine the Anglo-French invasion

of Egypt. ' .

He said tormer wi. mwuin"

Saf a, onetime Syrian muuary at attache
tache attache in, Washington, was imph imph-cated
cated imph-cated in the plot. I

' ?u:-u-vi wKa ran Syria as I

Hnttnrch1n from 1951 to

1954, fled to Switzerland after he

was deposea. ne nas lutvaj
resisted efforts to extradite him
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Reason a New York actor
didn't; land the lead In a movie
for a veteran Hollywood director
is typical of today's cold war be between
tween between Movietown's Old Guard
and : New;. York stage invaders.

The actor -read, the script and

then said to, the director:
sl think we should Slscuss the
ceramics of Jhe story and I don't
quite understand the various
nlatoah ' ..

"Ceramlcsi pjateaus!'fhowie4;

TA mldwestern, editor Inter Inter-viewlntr
viewlntr Inter-viewlntr Dick Powell by long dis distance
tance distance asked him If he's still

hoofing irf Hollywood musicals,
"Gosh, no, said Dick. "That was

SO pounds "ago."
A movie comedian was howl howl-ino
ino howl-ino on Christmas' morning. A

pal gave him a garbage disposal
unit: for his pool house' and


idea for a TV quiz show in Bos Boston
ton Boston "Break the Brink."

to stars after filming. "Heck,
1 i. .oii "Wm. mv 'em and

give 'em new faces. I once made

urn nd Joan Fontaine out of

Gene Tierney." "l

'Plas'tlp.lfo-erv,, on nnr-

tralts paih'teof occasionally for
film scenes gave Jeff Dorinell a
laugh. She asked a studio artist
if ,the portraits were presented


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Enjoy your favorite music,
Amazingly low. prices

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--'rJVe prouSly announce the
, bpening of a new store

: r. ; V


!"v THURSDAY jldlh January i

aL 10:00 a.m.


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facing Hotel H Janm,, A

Hefid Of Harb

Dies In A Zoo
' ; KM "-:
DENVER. Jan. 9 (UP) Sioux,
the only bull buffalo in the Denver
city park's herd of 10, died yester yester-'day
'day yester-'day of Ackrs. fy-p-i.--r -
The 10-year-old bull saved the
life of a zoo keeper just three
months ago by driving away an
enraged cow. ; The cow had
knocked the keeper,: Joe Brand, 39,
to the ground and was about to
trample him whei Sioux irove
her away. '
It was not known, how Sioux de developed
veloped developed the. ulcers, and zookeeper
Clyde Hill said "hv never seemed
like the worrying type. Of course,
he was the only bull in the herd.
Maybe those cows and calves wor worried
ried worried him: more than we thought,"
The veterinarian who treated
Sioux informed Hill that ulcers
are fairly common to penned, un-

domesticated animals. .

Special Communication
ARMY LODGE, A. r & A! M.

- Hi
y. .flow

Army Lodge, A.F. & A.M. will hold a Special Communl- I

cation in xne escoinsn xvii.& omuvai n,
on Thursday, -January 10, 1957 at 5:00 p.m. for ttie
purpose, of conducting Funeral Services on the late
William Lafayette Daniels I

MERIDIAN LODGE No. 308, F. & A. M.


Worshipful Master.

LONG WAY FROM TH E" ALPS Glamorous Italian film slar
Gina -Lollobrigida must feel secure in the company of the toy
Saint Bernard complete with brandy cask. Gmi, shown as she
J arrived in New York from Rome recently, lis in -the United States, s

to begin a tour to raise funds for Hungarian refugee. cirtren.

. Fresh as all outdoors Vj

(LOVERBiooM sb?;;?
iiwaa. I .iS?"f-. I

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- : It Starts THIS COMING FRIDAY 1 - I 4V f i&m "7 tVSlJi0 J

i; V Morrison's - -: wuhbJ S3i;
I 1 (OPPOSITE THE ANCON P.O.J I 4 ' L. J .. i TsT-iV .t
'f; ; Aow on Display
t' law-aief WjSy s-?. "w-'N jf"V' Tlit::. '""-"i.
'.' -In! ; -tl-', w' ',

Announcing the most glamorous car in a generation!

You never looked

, - ,t r-'f-
felt as good in
anything before!


Other cars have changed models . this one change
motoring. Look at its rich, racy lines . at the long,
low silhouette ... at the dramatic upsweep of the rear
fenders that plume back from the waist like the wake
.of a hydroplane? It's a streak of a car with the elegance
of the boulevard anJ the spirit of the speedway.
Get into this car, drive it into traffic or out on the open
highway and you enter a new domain of traveL In the
1957 Chrysler, with its new Towion-Aire Ride, motion'
has. a new feeT. And wait till you toe the throttle.' A
new Pushbutton TorqueFIite Transmission teams with '.
a mighty airplane-type V-8 engine, developing up to ?
325 horsepower, vto give you a new1 high-velocity;
getaway, matchless passing power when you need it,
Come in this week and visit our showrooms. See and
drive the moil completely new car of the year!

Torsion-Aire Ride
pours tlie road under you!

' Try Chrysler's new Torsion-Aire Ride and
' you'll thiak some of the lawi. of graTitT,
motion and inertia hare been suspended in
your faTor. No more rock and rolL No more
pitch when tou atop. Chrysler's new tonpie ;
" rod HHpenoioii and lower center f ara'h' t
give you a brand new ground-kimining "fifeF,
ef the road. The wheeli ride the contourtv...
hot yoo don't The road just pours under yAu.


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fautj Lf ultphnt tvr Ptuuunm '2-0740 of

miiLJ prmptLf It Ltt-numttn Juwm,
tb 9.00 mnJ 10 mm. mff.

The Ambassador of Great Britain and Mrs. Leslie Henderson
i gjiv a gala dinner-party at the Embassy residence last night in
honior of the French Ambassador and Mrs. Lionel Vasse.
f,; Amonf those Who attended were the Ambassador ef Braril
rid Mrs. Afcninaldo Voulitreau FragosO, the Ambassador of Cru Cru-g
g Cru-g nay and Mn, Felix Poller!, the Cultural Ambassador France and
Mrs. Henri Deleuae, the Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Vallarino, Mr. and Mrs.
Scollay Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Haiismann and the Secretary to
the, British Embassy and Mrs. J. VV. Woodrow.

Venezuelan Ambatsador
OiMts Cocktail Party
Ct,0M. and'Mrs. Harrold
?The- Ambassador of Venezuela
and. Mrs. Esteban Chalbaud gave
etaktail party last night at the
Embassy residence in hbnor of the
Commanding General USARCAR USARCAR-IB
IB USARCAR-IB and Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold.
" Many distinguished members of

Panama and Canal Zone society

rfc present.

Father Vincent J. Ryan, C. M.,
former Chaplian if the Alumnae
Association who recently 'arrived
from the United States with three
other Vincenlian Fathers to give
a Mission on both sides of the Isth


During the evening there will
be the installation of new officers

for 1957 and Initiation of new mem
bers, the- graduating Class of 1956

Mflnri' Wiva Hair Keservaiions must oe maa oy

iv.. i i tomorrow wun one 01 ine ioiiow

Tn,. K.i OffiV.r' WiM Huh ing members: Mrs. Alba Mouynes,.

Sid its regular monthly luncheon ; teePhpne .Colon 981, Mrs Kjwei
the Fort Clayton Officers' Club Castillo, Colon 739 or Miss Carmen

iyb of the club', members, Pris-J

cilia Sims ana nta misdv, wearing

ulli notinnal rtrncc nf Pa. friH-l

nm tnW- rmpmlipf ahmit "Car-

X. Will Visit r vw

i-Winning Homes in Panama

nam,' told -members about "Car-1 -. "-

tye dances.

Slnquef Will Honor
arenti Of Rev., Fithw King

John F. King. pa-

Rev. Father John F.

Superior of the Vin-

ntian Fathers on the Atlantic
Side, who are visiting from Penn-
fvania, will be honored guests
the St. Mary's Academy Alum-

aae Association's Banquet on rri-

rarvnri vr nav.
I fit. and Mrs.
ftmts of Very Ri
King, C. M., Sui

homes in Panama which won the

recently awarded 1957 prises in Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's Architectural Contest.
These include the homes of Dr.
Gonzalez, Ruiz, Mr. Gonzales, and
an apartment house belonging to
Mrs. Muller. Also included in the
tour will bp the beautiful old hortie
of Mrs. Icaza who has retained her

traditional nativity scene in order

that this group might see it.

Mri' Montague
Named Hon.' President
Of Quarry Heights Club

Mrs. Robert M. Montague was
named Honorary President of tBe
Quarry Heights' Officers' Wives
Club at a luncheon given in her

honor at the Quarry Heights' Of
fleers' Club.

Election of new officers for the

coming year followed the introduc

tioirof Mrs. Montague, who la the

wife of the new Commander in

Chief of the Caribbean Command

The slate of officers elected

were: Mrs. T. H, Barfield, presi

dent; Mrs. J. B. Barr, vice presi

dent; Mrs. L. M. Meier, secretary;

and Mrs. C. i. Jvicyowan, treasur

Mrs. E. P. Richter, outgoing

president presided over in lunch

eon meeting as her last official act
before turning over the g&vel to

Mrs. Baifield. ;

3iv .t th Hotel Washineton at 6. Members and guests desirous of

taking the tour are requested to
S imeet at 8:45 a.m. on Thursday,
Itother distinguished guests will Jan. 17, at the Tivoli Guest House.
allude His Excellency, Jesus Se-
Ano, Bishop of Colon and Rev. I (CONTINUED ON PAGE i)




When Lucho gives out with music, it needs no interpretation
to Fanameflo or Gringol AH Isthmians flock to the pied pied-piper
piper pied-piper of the organ named Atcarraga. Backed by his orches orchestra,
tra, orchestra, Lucho gives you that magical music tomorrow night, in.
the pleasantest place our air-conditioned BSLLA VISTA
ROOM from 7:30 p.m.
DAN DAN, the Yo-Yo Man, also performs Thursday night

ME)oy yourttlf at El Panama,
It's ckuaar ''" yon think!"

NEXT WEEK Lueho will play
a Thursday, January 17.



A Ktrkeby Botel

Diataffers Plan ; ,.
Official Weleame i
Far Mrs. Mantagua ; ;
A three part program that in includes
cludes includes inauguration of new officers,
a welcome to Mrs. Robert M. Mon

tague as President of the Senior
Council and a speech on "Radia

tion in Atomic Defense has been
announced ior the Panam-:Area
Distaff Executive Council's meet meeting
ing meeting Thursday at Quarry Heights-

Scheduled for 9:30 a mi irithe

Quarry Heights Officers Club,-the
members of the Distaff Executive

Councils will officially w elcome

Mrs. Muntague, wife of tne new
Commander in Chief of the Carib

bean Command as the new 'Presi

dent of the Senior Distaff Council-

Inauguration of Area Council-officers
for the coming year will fol follow
low follow the introduction of Mrs. Mon Montague.
tague. Montague. 1 ... ', ,..':
An address by LU Col. J. G, Ap Ap-pel,
pel, Ap-pel, Chemical Officer of U. S. Arm-

y Caribbean on tne nanaung oi

Radiation in Atomic Defense is

scheduled for the final portion of

the program, to which all members
of the Volunteer Distaff Organiza

tions have been invited to attend.

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lects, new committee chairmen for 1957. Left to right are: Vickie Smith, Hospitality chair chair-.manr
.manr chair-.manr Pat Asanas, Puollcity; Dotti Huffman, Hail and Farewell; Babe-Hughes,- Thrift Shop
Bookeeper; Betty Linstedt, Hospital; Helen Witham, Games Day; Rita Nilsson, Special Activi Activities:
ties: Activities: Ann MoXjre, Thrift Shop. chairman; Mary Bolser, Welfare Margaret Babb,.,Xuncheon.

vi rierawii,. sewing muuue cusioaian is not snown. ;

I' ' 'i I "I i"" I i ii i n ii i rnr. irimn mn i
yL tip' i- fK c:

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a LONDON, Jan, 9 (UP) Marri Marriages
ages Marriages between U, S. airmen and
British girls are booming despite
the strained Anglo-American rela

tions at government level, a ur
vey reported today.;"'
The Manchester Guardian fe-

ported that Anglo - American

marriage i involving t U." S. Air

Force, Personnel, are averaging 251
a month, or about 3.0000 yearly.

i .The newspaper's purvey of U; S.
Air Force- bases in Britain showed

uibv many- oi me American serr
icemen met 1 theif : brides for the
first time at church services or

i "It 1 is drummed home to the

young-. airmen in -the frequent

character guidance lectures that

you just don't go into X' saloon

and find a girl there and say
'She's going to be my wife," the

newspaper .said. v v
In any case. It added American

servicemen "havft scant respect

for their street fc". corner "casual

pick-ups." .f; 4. :yPi'r v ',.

Ther chaplains find that the

girls come fromi all classes, all

countries, all towns., all villages

from the log cabin ,to the duke

dom," the newspaper reported.

The survey,; however, quoted one

Protestant chaplain, as estimating j
that one-fifth to one-fourth of the

girls he. interviewed

The survey said Air; Forca ef
ficers and chapfains believed BnU
ish girls were attractive to'Amer
icans because they had Va eharmr
ing naive quality and they could
be so pleased with Jittlei things.
But the lasrword, -tlie newspa newspaper
per newspaper said, was had by a U. S. wom woman
an woman officer. '. , l
"We have" got to admit ," aim'
said. -"A m e r i c a n women1 af
spoiled, and we intend to keep It

tnat way.'

lark natica Ut iaclun M ihia

eeiunm should uhmUfaa in
rypwrittea form aad mailia fa an.',
f the baa aumkart lit4 daily

. ;ocUI PthtrwM," ar dali var--
ad kv kaad k aHiee, NMictt

maatinjj cuinor k secaptad kn
Ulaakena. k ) t f.y
Stated Maa'tiha '

pf Orchid Chapter v, ;
Tha stated meeting1 of 'Orchid'

mauicr io,.i uraer onne asic.m

Star wllL'be held Fririav Avaninir

were preg- at 7:3oat the Scottish Rite Tempi

Junior College

NEW OFFICERS FOR ALBROOK WIVES Ne wly Installed officers of. the Albrook Officers Officers-Wives
Wives Officers-Wives Club; left to right are: Kitty Rhodes, treasurer; Sarah Morris, recording necretarv
Lois Keefe, first vice president; Doris Small, president; Rosemarle Trifone, second vice nresl
ident; Virginia McOovern corresponding secretary; Peggy Hallifax, assistant treasurer. The
new officers were recently installed at a luncheon1 t the Officers' Club, and officially took
over their duties' this n?orth.

Jap Prime Minister
Renards Red China



ONESTROKE wipes out

perspiration odor instantly!


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For aUL tba music lovers in J.
CJ,' l have prepared a few little
aotes on tha moat popular songs

of ia5.-"M
The No. 1 long for last was Gogi
Grant's "Tha Wayward Wind."

Only song heard more often In the

U.S. was our National Anmem.
As is well known, Elvis the Pel Pelvis
vis Pelvis was the No. 1 singer of (he

year, putting four songs in the' top
twenty all time record.
!Hound Dog" was 17th, "Love Me
Tender" was 15th, "Heartbreak

Hotel" was ninth, and "Don't Be
Cruel" was fifth. Pretty good for

a newcomer. But I'm afraid I echo

the sentiments of a good portion
of the population when I say "I
can't understand it!" (I guess I
shouldn't say that.-The. Mail Box
will be flooded wti letters from

ardent Elvis fans --assuming they

read this article, which is perhaps
assuming a lot.)
J. C. didnt do too well in tha In

vitational Basketball Tournament.
Lost our first game, 41-37. -Uni-

sport was the eventual winner. Oh,

welf. We re interscholastic champs,



xne Maaonai Oil Marketers Assn

asked the. Justice Department to

day to investigate whether collus'

ion is Involved i ins the v current

If collusion is shown, "the facts
should be placed before a federal
grand jury,? association general

counsel raul HadUck told At ty.
Gen. Herbert W. Brownell Jr.
A 'Spokesman said the Justice

Department had no immediate

comment. He said the associa association's
tion's association's plea had not yet been re


Sayt Prices Tripled
Hadlick said crude oil nrlces

have almost tripled since World
War H. He added that "One must

be very gullible to believe such
increases can be blamed on lnfla-

the winner that an objection can

be. justifiably raised. Since this
hasn't occurred between J. C. and
B. H. S., I think that our rivalry
should not only be allowed but en encouraged.
couraged. encouraged. It Is a healthy thine for

both sides. End of editorial; end

of lecture; end of column.

That s it for now.' See ya' next


tion, added costs, or competition
between crude oil buyers.'
- The association, representing in

dependent jobbers, asked Presi

dent wsenhower only yesterday to
check the price jumps by'suspend-i

mg tne connauy act under, which

states control oil production".

Wanted: To Sell
'Malabar Farm'
NEW" YORK. .Inn a mpwiur.

labar Farm made famous by auth

or louis Bromfield both in h i s

books and by his cxneWmi-ntai

gricultura? practices h as hppn- tint

k a,c, ii was announced to

TKe 646.acr! farm -ni

IijcM, Ohio, was the; author's home

would increase suoDlies.

price increases unncces-

?!mU--.S1 ?'d..s"sJ)e"?'07: 0-,1?:T, 1939 unt his death in March

The oferintf price is $HS.0O0,
according to Previews, Inc., which
is handling the sale.

the act


Crude oil price hikes beean last

weeK wnen the Humble Oil and

Refining Co., a subsidiary of

Standard. Oil Co. of New Jersev

raised prices 35 cents a barrel in


Since the H u m b 1 e increase.

crude jirice rises have been ex extended
tended extended to most areas east of the

Rocky mountains.

Charges Priea Gouge
Hadlick termed this "eoueine of

the American consumer." He told
Brownell he was requesting, "on

behalf of all consumers of petrol petroleum
eum petroleum products, that you order an
immediate investigation."
Hadlick conceded he had no
"definite evidence" of collusion.

But he told Brownell that "Small 1

business concerns in the oil indus industry
try industry are suspicious of the circum circumstances
stances circumstances surrounding these in increases."
creases." increases." : 4

' Hadlick contended that despite

aiupmeni pi minions ot barrels
of crude to oil-short Euronr. crnd

supplies are higher now than they
were at this time, last year. He

also said gasoline storage .tanks
are bulging with excess stocks.

TOKYO, Jan; 9. (UP) :

eien Minister Nobusuke

said today the Japanese -?overnr

ment does not consiper tnm tnm-nist
nist tnm-nist China "worthy" of diplo

matic recognition. At the same
time, he reaffirmed Japan's ties

wun me aemocrawc ihmjwium
Klshl held his first nress con-

ference for foreisrn correspond

ents since hia. appointment to

the key. nost in trm new eov

ernment of Prime Minister Tan-

zan Ishibashi.

He said there, iu a,"misap-

Drehension or misunderstand

ing" in the United States that
the Ishibashi overnment was

"directing itself from weedom
loving, countries or that 'Japar)
m hfpnmn. a -neutral." ". '

! "It is imperativo,.that 'such

misunderstanding 'Toe ",s p;ixi q

He added he or Ishibashi should

go to Washington lor top-ievei

talks on U.S.-rJapan relations
but this, is "not the moment"
because of the domestic aittia'
tion in both nations. -' v

Of communist China, he said";
we consider the -policies and

attitude so far adopted are not

up to our expectations." He said

Red China is not considered
"worthy to" be recognized." 7

Sectary of American

nant when they came to see mm. Balboa.v Refreshments will be'serv

Aooui iojr oui 01 live oi hwm following the. meeting.

gins, uiarucu juioit -jio
Close checks are carried out, on

the background of all the girls and
British register offices now refuse
to marry U. S. servicemen with without
out without written" consent, from their




The Canal Zofte Post,- Society of

noia ua January meeting at ftn
Fort Clayton Officers' lul on Moo

uy cvciuijk, jan. x.. a social nour
will be held, at p.m. followed by

dinner. After dinner the annual e-'
lection of officers will, be herd, TM
will be followed by a discussion of

iiitf th Linn vunviiarn i n 0 r.irin

Satellite by Lt. Colonel Leslie' M.
Gross, Corps of Engineers'. Reserv

ations may be made with; Chief
Warrant Officer G. IS. HanlenV

nhone 85-2233 tir Col. E. M. Brow-

Kishi 1 der( Jr phone Baibot 2S23.-


Card Group ':'
Of Balboa Woman' Cluh f'-FV
The Card Group of tha Balboa We
men's Club will meet tomorrow' af-

ternoon for cards aqd'a nO-hott'-luncheon
at El Panama Hotel" at ";
12:30 o'clock. All membets-of f
club and their guests are ordially
invited., Reservations musrhe la
by -lo o'clock Wednesday morning,.
Tall .Mr, ftmilv Boltrm at Bat

boa 298? or Mrs. Kay Daniels at :

Manama -ni or Mrs. neien a

er, af Panama 3-4890.

Ti?lcnvi:!i t'ids


Crude producers claim that
since 1953 their production costs
have gone up. more than 50 per

cent. They also contend that Eu
rope is draining off their reserves

I Onlv Instant Odorono Swivel Stick

I jDeodorant contains this combination
JjOf ingredients to protect, you three
ZIRCONIUM to help "tpong up"

- perspiration
2. HEXACHIOROPHENE o kill odof odof-oulng
oulng odof-oulng bodoria
3. ALLANTOIN for now skin safety safety-.
. safety-. holps koop skin jmoothly soft!

Baseball practice started Monday

at Diablo under tha direction of

Stu Brown. This will cause untold

hardships on certain prospective

members of the squad. I guess

they find that training rules and

fraternity rules don't mix. on, by

the way, the fraternity to which I
refer is composed of J. C. students

who have pledged to follow the
orders of a Panamanian knight

called Veza (pronounced "Vaysa' ).

Get it? j

n 1 nrvc nor v i.wsnr nrPT

I gue this column came out too
late last week for Deanie to follow
my suggestion for the Spotlight's
"Pinup of the Week," But if you
are still interested, boy ihe can candidate
didate candidate for this week is Nina Kosik.
After all, even Marilyn Monroe is

With semester finals coming up.
jail the Jaysee teachers have that;

. ly Mr. Vinton. Goess Tex Irwin
'better start burning the midnight

rl At aturivlnv that la. 1

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mm m (&

run ruufcin i it

m i





ONLY 75c.





Also available in cream and svray




The leader of the Jsysee troops;

who are "standing on the corner"

of the High School building every
dav at three, seems to be "Blanks"


Recent event farce me to phl-

losoDhize awhile. Like this: Every

day, most J. C. studenti on their.

wit to and from classes are fUK

ed with pridt ia their alnia mater

by the Bight ot a symoot emoiaion-)
ed In a nrominent spot oa Sosa HilL

This svmbol is repttea f tha ori-l

final which stands proudly in the j g

J. l snowcase. ran vi ure pnac
in this symbol it duo to fact that
we had to struggle hard to obtain
it, and part due to the fact that i

our rivalry witn ns tormer pos-;,

sessor wss healthy and honorable

oa both sides.
In most rivalries of this sort

there are unfair, objectionable tac

tics used. Happily, none of this
occurred in our (meaning J. C.'s

and B. H. & s) case. Though both
sides are convinced that theirs is
the better aide, each is also wiO wiO-ing
ing wiO-ing to concede that the other la a
most worthy opponent. Both sides
bate to loose, and this is honorable.
It is smly wea hate is directed at

BIROS EYE quick-frozen foods are farm farm-frcsh
frcsh farm-frcsh and flavorsomc. Grown exclusively
for Birds Eye, these rcady-lo-scrve
quick-frozen Birds Eye foods arc care carefully
fully carefully selected, cleaned and packed to
meet tofgrade U. S. Food Standards. r

Enjoy your favorite fruits, vegetables,
fruit juices, fish and poultry, all-year-'round
regardless of seasoo.

Island Group Joins

Other Mafronlsnls
Opcosina Marfans
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Jan. 0
(UP) Indonesia's Riau Islands
which lie within sight of Singa

pore have joined tne growing

revolt, against tne central Ja Jakarta
karta Jakarta government. 1 ;

Island leader told the govern'

metn that If they did not re

ceive more local rule, "unfor
seen contingencies" might arise

to maice it more aimcuic to
solve the problem.
The islands lie between Su

matra and Singapore but are

much closer to the British colo colony
ny colony and do a brisk trade, in rub rubber,
ber, rubber, in -some places they used
Malayan rather than Indone

sian currency.
The ministry of interior told
leaders of the Riau Island group
earlier this week their demands
for more autonomy soon will be
submitted to the cabinet of pre

mier All Sastroamidjojo.
The Padange newspaper Ha Ha-luarr
luarr Ha-luarr reported today that busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen m the islands and their

economic council have drafted
demands similar to those- of

rebels who recently seized e on-

troi oi central Sumatra. Tne

Riau Islands themselves are

under the central Sumatra crov

inclal government. r; Y

Stock The Best; Get some today!


' r-r I

(jmfym j
r I Of f IDS' 9 O O I I I

Out Of Uriiforr
' Into The Brig
SYDNEY. Australia. Jan.
(UP) Fifteen draftee assigned
to ihe New South Wales Scottish
Regiment began 42-day sentences
in the guard house today .ior re refusing
fusing refusing to wear kilts.

TimNVnixA TaniU.(Up)'. r-

Some youngster who. received
shotguns and rifles for Chris im as
took a short course here Monday
night in how to avoid becoming

accidental xuiers. : .- ?
r ..' ;''.
i National Guardsmen conducted
class in gun safety for the boys,,
who ranged in age from 10 to iT. ;
Except for a atartled shout
when a guri fired unexpectedly, unexpectedly,-they,
they, unexpectedly,-they, sat in intense silence,, watch
ing -the righl and wrong way to

handle a. fun. r i.iv r

"I think I could go out hunt

ing now and keep from shooting

anyone," said 13-year-old -Bobby

Upson after the lesson ended.,

They were really enthusias

tic," said Cap:. James O'Neal.

"we had a little program, t along
the lines of a ,skH, with a. 'Mr.
Right and Mr. Wrong' showing -the
right and wrong way to hand)
a gun. y. V- -.-"
"They sat t h e f e spellbound.,
Some of them got excited and hoi
lered the first time we fired a

blank when 'Mr. Wrong' did jome-1
thing" wrong, but that was the only
time." .? i

The "boys came away from the

session intent on safely, .even af

ter firing .22 caliber rifles on too
National Guard, range.- X ..

I "It was swell, ".said lO-year-old-j

penis Ray Howerton, who got

.22 pump rifle for Christmas. I

think the most important thing

learned js that when you'ro'

holding a mn to have it on safety,
not to point it ai anyone.".
Breaks. Clayton,' 13. explained
that he showed up because "I jrot'
a gun for Christmas, and thought
I ought to leara how 'to ahoot it
The cDnic wf the idea of 14.
Dooley Michielcheck. . ;
"Several-mothers had asked mO
to teach their sons how to hand handle
le handle the guns they wera getting for
Christmas,, ipce I was with tho

National Gnard and guardsmen
k&ow how to hand1 guns,? Mich-'
aelcheek said. i-, .

"Then I ran up on two small

kids with BB guns who war try trying
ing trying to set off a .4 Mbf e
by shooting at 19 feet away. I
realized hew many, mart .needed
instruction, and hit on the linie."

Which SUrts Thti FRIDAY!

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) ; covering circulating in.107 countries "J," "".' .t--,
Cffic Iri' Panama Tol. 3-7379 v .''. . Box 4442



Socla( and Oljb



Ft: Kobbe N.C.O. WlveaN
Install Officers
Tha Vt Knhha N. C. 0

tmtailpd new officers for the com

in a trm' f. a luncheon held re

cently la the Fern Room of the Ti

voli Guest wouse.
VWrrMn. nreciriant MaXine Slffl

ons thanked her feUoW 4Officers
Joan Fiscus, vice president. Ethyl

Hyde, secretary ana eeui u"-!

treasurer for their cooperawoiruiu

Ins her term oi omce, ieiui ieiui-Ing
Ing ieiui-Ing over the gavel to as aucces

Mrs, Larimer presented Mrs. bim
'it Jin annraMatlOtt

from the club.

fihlfltfv TTainaa na Intvnj1iiait aa I

vtpa nraalilanf l .aura Karnav im.

I j t vi rti i I

wives ireiary an ieweu oienemau, trea

surer, v -

Rcvcj Of fteiriJwV
To h Held Jan. 19;
At Persia $l:i:!ini

r-A ReVu-of Reviews, n
original evening' enterUlnment

inna. stadium on Jan. 18, oy

the committee pro-Plo Latino
merlcano (CJ.L.). ' ;
n.uijn.t vmaatsi Ha la. Guar

dla Jr. accompanied by the Tlrst

rTui-.i. r4ii ot.tpnH t.ha affair.

a well as members of the diplo

matic corps ana oinci&ia ui w
Armed Forces and the Panama
: snmal fm t V J. ' '

The revue will feature a horse

how .with members or w u.
ama 1 Riding Academy taking
part: songs, dances, music oy
the Banda Republlcana, tend an .how during which the
1957 car will be displayed-- in

- each car- will, be a (Uwmw

from Panama, tne army,
Air Force or Canal Co. will be
driven until she teaches a stage
where she will model the latest
fashion? in sports and evening
Boy Scouts will aell hot dogs
amd other refreshments during
the course of the evenings en en-,
, en-, tertalnment. ,1a
Tickew will he on ; sale -oon
both ia Panama and in theaT
ral Zona at places to be an an-nouncod,
nouncod, an-nouncod, .Reserved seats wiH .be
$2 and i general wlon wM

be $1 ano 23 cenw. v

be a door prize.
Officers of the committee are

f -... irfM.rrealdent. Mrs

iv itivum nennet.: treas

jW5T Ceron

Lewis, and secretary. fJ-f1:
dee Suescum. Director Of the
?cvue, will be Mrs. Yolanda O.
Dovo Purpose of the fund ral ral-Kis
Kis ral-Kis to help enlarge W Lag
logic- t"W

. -. 1 1

SI::::: i$ Bon;
C:!:3Ycd Because


A shack -. MoTday

night shortly after delegation of
wite mea called on owner to

P"1 J?.VbvTota

Ctane of the; Dry Valley section

of North Georgia.
About 300 men caned on Crane
. j - m-niinil yesterday

to protest his reported plans to let

a Wegro employe u
:ivi in the shack on the

tacK 01 U1B iarm. j.
m. j tiA rran their com

munity was U .white and they
, wanted to keep H toat way,
rM !!) five of the men

talked to him on his front porch
for about 45 minutes while the remainder-
stayed in the yard. He
tA bo alone with the

ikn.,t tnA hnnn later the snack

caught fire and burned down, he

Oink said he did not know

what caused the fre but that it
ii "no secret" that he had

planned to let the Negro live on

ue property. v-
Pcor Dulch Airlorce

hYoIvcdin IlevGag
(Train Versus Plane)

Amsterdam, Jan. Evaiive

action by the engineer or a speea
ln tmivnorr train averted fcol

lision today with a Jet fighter
plane.' '-- r r
The lr-to ground maneuvers

was the latest of a series of freak
viHnta whirh liava kent Dutch

radio comedian well stocked with

gig material.
In the incident Flight Sgt.
Jin. W. Reiff ran out of gas m
bis j meteor near Soesterberg
airfield and headed for railway
The engineer of a passenger
train slowed down when he saw

tha jet faltering o bis path and

ir.en speeoea up ue trim, rirgnt rirgnt-ened
ened rirgnt-ened passengers peered out the

mninw sit tn uar t m laraiu

- "v w mv w mv m,j m wr vj
f L t
F.eiff, who erasb4anded oa the
rail embankment Just as the red
ts 1 lights of tha train Cashed by,
eorTitnented 'only, "The train went
en perfectly on schedule."
Ia another recent accident s
luUh pilot aimed Henk- baled
r t after bearicg another pilot
t ever the radio, "Henk, your
r ane's oa Cre, The warning was
rrant for another pilot named

1 on the eround below.

I af I

Todd's Third Life

Begins; In Hospital


" r i i. v I

tail Ia fn.

icoming and out-going ofticeri.

WW VrtBrVMff'ii LI MMIitnir

like a few songs around a whirl-

!!; ipuui uaia 10 mane a map oeciue
1UomKra att0n1inff tha liinpfiaAn ah tktrH Mai

were: um jvaruey, jcbu oieepti, inai, in a sugnuy comusing nui nui-Je
Je nui-Je well Stoneman, Laura Lennon, I shell, is the story of Dick Todd's

TArxtta" Larimer. Carol Wilson. I ahlv wmprnW tha ; nam Rnrk

Maxine', Simmons, Jean Rogers, In the middle '30s, he and Bing

joan riscus, iuaiKHict, uuueiuci ivrosuy uneu 10 vie ior top nun nun-Ethyl
Ethyl nun-Ethyl Hyde, Andrea Marsh, Betty ors on records. Todd's platters' of
nA.m firnlim. PrMham Halon in.iib Cn.Ja t)l. .fir.

AUen, Ardel Birdsall, Laverna Gol- chids," 'Indian Summer" and the
den, Christine Wachter, Laura Re- like were big favorites with the
yes,' Shirley CorneUus, Ida Raci- people in those throbbing days. -iat
F.vplvn ,.t Muserove. Maxine Then' ainnff rama. tha war and

Taylor and Betty jticobene.j pick ;Todd went in and he never

'v...:r 1 1 :-r mural TAKanTiirs, rnsa nvunnp

i 1 vnrv. In '45 ha was on "Your Hit

Atlantic Bridge Club Winners Parade" and he was a big favor-
. mi t .1 1L. uMilitawMaAVl U. J 1 H .1J

J. ne winner oa mc icgui wcwi jlc in niKniciuos u uver me wuim
ly bridge games played at the Alar-1 and he had a fair-to-middling hit

ing were: North and South; first, it wai never Quite the same. 1 1
-BS lirll.. rikann wifh Ml J Till Ills i ; MfrA TAAMa m nt Mim -Mir14ireiA

vi 1- nauv -uiiiauu haui ja.. w aManau : wia vr:flt aaacii- Lim .uuuxai

Loeb; second,; Mrs.' Irl Sanders led baritone says, ''suddenly got
with Mr. Sidney Passailaigue and fed up with the business.. I don't

third, Major Massoud with Mr Da- know exactly why. If just au of a

suaaen seemea jme i rouen way
to make a living,"- ;

' JCk ;fiA'ii1t .: TT IiaaVdiI :nn with

tliA i Rincrlini, Rrnv nn thair

la at few trin in tha nublicitv de

partment; Then, in upstate New

York, he was with the big top wnen
astvnri ABwrt tin slllHHAnlv It whlli-

ped the 40-foot, poles around like
they were so many chopsticks.
Todd, with the rest of the circus
nannla was hplninff the !, audience

get out. He had a kid wider each

arm and was leading tneir nysier nysier-ical
ical nysier-ical mother. He fell against a stake.

falo hospital while the doctors sav saved
ed saved my leg,!' he says;MAs I got
better, I naturally sang; I'd have
mv aa In tha whlrlnnnl hrfth and

I'd be singing. I just, had to sing

fin hs'a hapV TTe' 1imp(1 with

Decca. His third, career; is about

to begin, it may not oe as Dig as

tha first one. but hen De BrateiUl

for anything at aU.
Nat MKing" Cole was dining with
Rnaamarv Clonnev and Jose Ferrer

tha nioht that. Rina Loiintirieiaa an-

naararf nn. th PHTV fllimffl ahOW.

Gina sang and pretty well, too

and in at ana nosemary waicnea.
"How about that?" asked Ro Ro-sie.

"Everybody ? sings,?. said i Nat. ujth that ohirt slnoinff von

and me might as well quit the busi-



Lollobrigida i

Me Tender' and the movie by that

name isn't a big box-office smash
In all cities.

M Rail TCast and West, first Mrs

Stanley Gaest with Mrs. Earl Beck;
Mn Jnliiia Loeb with Mrs.

Hayden Jones and third, Mr.' and

Mrs. ueorge a. iMiiy,

Requiem Mass

; A requiem mass wrll be held
for tbe late Glem GiU, who
died on' Jan. 13, 1956, at 6 a.
m. Saturday fa St Vincent do

Paul' .Churcn.


tlvln hnth and affalnrt the

middle is a pretty neat trick,' but
a group of Kansas City, Mo. re recording
cording recording men are trying it They've
tartad ramrd romnanv Fore

most which-has released albums
by Jon and Sondra Steele, 3azz
pianist Betty MiUer, organist Ed Eddie
die Eddie Dunstedter and electric guitar

ist Adomono.

I And they've also started H i
fancy record store, complete with
hi-fi listening, stations. And, to
round out the picture, the local ra radio
dio radio station airs five hours of pro programs
grams programs a day from the store.
All they need is a built-in bank
and they've got life licked.

Police Baffled By Murder Of Co-ed;
Body; Shot In Back; Found On Campus

840 kcs., Panama Gty

1090 Kcs., Colon

Telephones: t-3066 Panama

, 1063 Colon


':Today, Wednesday, Jan.

T)r in loiiii indications the

first crack in the Presley baUoon

l giores,


' T.nva


t:uu eaiure ii showing up. some recorc

:S0 What'a Your Favonie ire- expectmg sales to stay up,
quests taken by phono tiaciL witn pienty of copies of

.""-ttll3:DD) ii l..' ir. m, ... "T.

TJTf!K'S PICKS: 'Cinco Robles"

could be the first hit of '57. Good

records by Les Paul and Mary

Ford (Capitol) and Lawrence welk
i Coral). Others: "Pennsylvania

Waltz" (Billy Vaughn, vol)

Youne Love" (The Crew-Cuts

MarnirvV "Fniir Girls in Town'

IHenrv Mancini. Liberty): 'Rock-

Pretty Baby" (Jimmy Daley,. Pec

Thraa lirnailwav. musical COme-

dies on new albums, and the one

that makes the best .listening is

"LTl Abner" (uoiumpia;. n, aas
rousing songs and plenty of bounce

and humor. "Bens Are ningmg
rnlnmhial has humor, too. but

n..ii..nw it isn't miita. nn a nar

with the first mentioned. Judy Hoi

liday sings well, rawer surprising
1 an- hut tha mildip is simnlv SCC

H.Ata 'Hannv Huntine" (RCA)

is strictly third-rate music, but it

dnu hav Rthel Merman ana

'Mutual Admiration Society."
A. tha his Mnzart vear ends

a mo
there are two final Mozart releases

worth your attention, une is kca s
big and beautiful "Homage to Moz

art." which includes everything

from opera excerpts ana ovui
to sonatas and string quartets. The
other is Epic's release of his sym

phonies Nos. 40 and 41, done by

fSzeU and the Cleveland urcnesira
Both are exceflent

" ROCHESTER. v N. Y:f' Jan

(UP) An ', auburn haired girl
. I .1 A J A I 1 L f r

iuuuu soui in obck on uie uni university
versity university of Rochester campus ,w
identified today as a former secre secretary
tary secretary to the dean', of the1 medical
school. Police were una'ble to turn
up V'evett a hint" to the- reason

for her murde'r. Mi '.

"About the only thing that Is

crystal clear at the moment Is

that it is 'a homicide." said Police

agt L James Martln.;-?;-v

The bodv of attractive Kather-

ine Alice 0100n 23, of Blooming
Grove, N.Y. was; found by two

siuaents on a sidewalk ; along the
edge 'of the university eambus

last night. It was identified today

oy nr. i: x. Jones, tne slain girt s
brother-in-law. -

'Very Nice Parson'

Miss Kramer recently had work

ed as a secretary in the personnel
office of Strong Memorial Hds Hds-pital,
pital, Hds-pital, which is affiliated with the
university, medical school. A .uni .university
versity .university spokesman s aid she was

a very hice person, attractive

and competent."; Her friends said
she Was a "goodfgirL'V J
The secretary had been shot in
the back with a single 525 caliber
bullet..'" It pierced .thev left :.lung,
pierced' her heart and lodged in
her breastYj--Vj- s,kv
The soles of her shoes were dry,
but the pavement under her body
was wet, indicating to police that
she may have, been killed some somewhere
where somewhere else, and dumped on the
sidewalk.-' i ji,1 ",
There wer no signs of a itrug-

Danes Dredge Up -3G0-Mi!lion:O!d
Shellfish Specimens


A recent Danish sclentmc expem expem-tion
tion expem-tion dredged up living specimens

of a 30a-muuon-y ear-oid sneu-

fish which may shed new light on

the process of evolution, it was re

ported today.
I Dr. Henninff Lemche. a member

have been weB liked and to have 'of the expedition, said 10 of the
been held In high regard: by her tiny prehistoric creatures and the
friends." 1 '2 shells of three more were broufc
For hours after Students Robert ip from the bottom of the Pacific
Egerton and Elizabeth Lowe found U few miles off the Central Ameri-

O i i;!.v: .:'.,' ;, .i:

9igle. The body was clad in a. coat.

plaid skirt and bouse,
Police questioned nine men and
women, friends and relatives of
Miss Kramer's, in their search'
for at least a motive to the slay slaying.
ing. slaying. v
"This is a real puzzrer," Martin

said. "Miss Kramer appears to

IcaH coast.

Jmche said the find appeared

lti ha a tvna nf t.hinihpllpH plam

heJ!, l"?8' brownish 'In color and about two

inches long.

The shellfish are specimens of

the oldest species known to be in

'CTistence-more than three times

the body of the five-foot, four-inch
tall elrl nolice "were unable to

identify her, They had only her
class ring, 1 bearing her initials
and the inscription: "MacDuffie
High School, Springfield, Mass."
That led to her positive, identifica

tion. V

Martin said that': students in ias oId o-million-year-old
nearby dormitories might havejacantn recentiy foun(j 8Wim.

neara tne souna oi me sum n ming; around in the Indian Ocean.
Miss Kramer was kiUed where her Because of its fragile shell, the
body was foundHe also was puz- newly. discovered mollusk hal
zled by the path the bullet took rot been prcvi0usly even
through her body. ag a fossil, but scientists had ie-
The bullet followed a slightly duced from known facts that
upward. vth,;k Martin said, add-s0m(! sucj, creature must have
tot': .. .'-iifS-t '; ., , existed.

At tha not wnere tne doqv4

Was found,' there 1 a ." slight de depression
pression depression in the sidewalk. Ordinar Ordinarily,
ily, Ordinarily, a buUetf-woiild follow a down down-ward
ward down-ward path when the killer is at a
higher elevation,".,, ,; : T
Martin said the area in which
the body was found is free of un

derbrush 'and fairly well lighted.

It Is fairly heavily .traveled, he!
said. .", i

Missionary To Bo
Al Curundu Church ;
Tonight Af Seven
This evening in the Curundu

Protestant Church at 7. p.m. a
missionary will speak to tha
hii vV WnHnv fnnlt V vaffmla a

prayer meeting hour. 1
The r Rev. Horace L. Fenton,
associate director of 'the Latin

American Mission,; will speak ta

tne cnurcn. The ev. Fenton
has been in Colombia and Costa-

Rica for the past few weeks la
the meetings of the field coun councils
cils councils of the Latin American Mis
sion. His stopover in the Zone Jay
his last before returning to the
home office of the Latin Amer
lean Mission In Rldgefield Parka

N.J. ,,t

The Rev. Fenton is no straits)-

er to these parts of the Canal

zone, just a lew years ago wnen
Chaplain McGregor was post-

Chaplain at Ft. Kobbe Rev. Fen

ton came to- the post for several several-davs
davs several-davs of revival services. Out of

that meeting came many coW

Ice men. Some of these men arf
now Dreparine to enter full tlma

Cnristian worit.

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6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUD

7:30 VOA Report from, U-S

:00 musio ny iua

-pjHT't ;v ';; ' I rha iftth annnaT Kilbna Hlff'h

ISSSSlS It : (re- School 7bion"".how-Snll be pre-

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Tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 16

I avuicu IH1 v au. xu, ai. w p.,u
ithe lawn in front of the school.

The program takes us name,
n Elniaa' from Miss E 1 O i S e

Monroe, home economics teacher

at BHS. studenu m nrsx, secona,

and thL.. vear home economics

classes will model the fashions

they have made In school this year.

AM.':-'-' r. Amnnff the atvles to bt modeled

6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock ,re gtreet dresses, sports clothes.

j ; Club (requests wnen ,nd iuiu. tg weU a fashions for
hv nVinna till 7:00) I mA ..nln mir The

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8:15 Church In The WUdWOCdl be featured at the fashion show In

9:00 News '
6:15 Sacred Heart

9: SO Paris Star Tims

in-nn .Kcwi

10:0' Spins and Needles

Mrs: Nixon Starts:

57 March Of Dimes

wicw Ti Mnr. Pat

Nixon, wife of the vice president,
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Jaunonea tne iai pouo. aiarcu
nt nim" har twlnv h ffreet.ine

the official poster model 4-year-old
Marlene Olsen of Boston.

The ceremony at the Washing-

tnn nffira nf tha National PnliO

Foundation was paralled by simi similar
lar similar ceremonies featuring govern govern-on
on govern-on wives in 41 state executive

mansions throughout the nation.

KfAvmallv tlia vaara ''nAllft

child" starts the formal drive by

visiting the President at the

White House. Mrs. .Nixon substi

tuted today for President Eisen
bower. 4

KSO aVV VM va as v aw
the. intermission program. Soprano

urace LiomDana win sing a nrau

nt numhara Dnn Randel will oer-

form at the organ and Rafael Nash

win oiav tne vioun. ine posiers

! ft. anH nthar art work were designed

euests taken by phone by Helene Bishop. Every ene is
till 1:30) a welcome to tome and see the style

... Inf work- tha students do in tne

ll:05S pins And .Nee diet home economic cuss.


11:30 Meet Tha Entertainer
12:00 Newa :,. v : : s.

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12:05 Lunch time Melodies

12:30 sweet Ana tiot

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imuMiis1c Of Manhattan

1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
l:4S SDirit Of The Vlkines

2,'uu lex eencKo diiow
2:15 Freddy Martin Show

We had a very interesting pep

rallv Thiirulav- It wai tha rally

preceeding the tournament which

we were to participate m rnaay a-
oainat ITnivaraal Snnrt. The cheer

leaders invited two hillbillys to the

nan rallv ann.. whan a lead wnll

they had seen while being in the
"oivtliTad hums'1, thav laid 1 h C V

had been stampeded, into an en-
i t J 1 U J luii.l

CIO "Tcauj Aitix oiiow iciosea Fuom.auii ountu iu
:30 Much-B 1 n d 1 n g-In-The- running around ia shorts and two
Marsh l convicts running up "and down a-

3:00 Hank Snow And Hla mong them. There were these girls,

Rainbow Ranch Boys Jumping tor au tneir worm ana
: 15 Sammy Kaye show yeUing at the same tame, In hole
snMuide Tar Thuraoev red and white dresses. The boys

i:00-Featara Review v j kept throwing thU here cantelope

:30-What Your Favorite, (re- T 'Znt ith-i

Wm , ; urowne were ine niumuy coupie.

;35-V7baVi Tour Favorite!-' I anntiieht this

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School, Mr. Herr had the number

one oidu in wasningion oiiie. in
addition to this, he has performed
in varioua 'onaraa and -nfava frnm

Gilbert and Sullivan to Shakes Shakespeare.,
peare., Shakespeare., ,v::,,:V,-v ;-r

Since his arrival on tha Canal

Zone, Mr. Herr has initiated the
niaa r!Tuh. flnon tunhmmirm "'4k.

troubadour band and chorus, and
the toreador marching, elementary
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concerts, band concert recordings
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7.0U uoon snow
7:30 VOA Report from OA,
6:00 Elizabethan Theater
6:30 Take It From Here
:00 Ton Asked For Tt fre-

. c-uesta taken by phonr
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11:00 Concert Under Tha Start
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teacher of the year by the Canal
7mi.' Amariran Ioinn. Born in

Everett, Wash., be attended Eve

rett Uign benoot ana aner a year
In the Air Force, went to Everett

uunior College on a musical schol

arship, la the process of atienaing
six colleges, he has received many

riao-naaa. At nracant. ha hll hlS

master of arts, and is working to

ward nit rn. u. mcidenuuy. m

completed a four-year education In

a IitUa arar twn anit una DSa

years, and graduated at the top'

of bis cvereu junior College cn-,
Mr. Heir's Cfe between gradua graduation
tion graduation from colleea and his arrival.

on the CZ ia September of ISM,!

has been far from duIL He made
his debut in- the Town Hall, New
Yurie At the tlnivmltv td Colore-1

do be appeared as trombone sol

oist, tie aiso played wita J
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KingsP ,Ranscm Scotch Whiskies, at a party tendered' at the Golf Club Satorday eyening Highlight of he evening ,:
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Smbkeri, Cerveza Balboa

rilflsli Tn Tmnortant Game

At Olympic StadiiWn lomte

' The Chesterfield Smokers beat the Carta. Vie Vie-ja
ja Vie-ja Yankees 7 to 4 last night to take a one-half game
lead over the Cerveza Balboa Beermen, but the vic victory
tory victory brought no smiles from Smoker manager Andy
Cohen as he pondered over his "serious catching
.V Tonight, the Smokers meet the Beermen in an
important game at the Olympic Stadium. A Chester
field win would give the. front-runners a firm hold
on'first place by one and onedialf games, while a
Beermen triumph would move Cerveza Balboa

ahead by one-half game.

oAnnl. Kheetz. (2-2) of the

Beermen, and Alberto Osorio, (3-

1) will be tonigni a muuuu w
Tci&hen, who had his lame-legged
first-string catcher .Marcos
behind the plate last night, was
'grateful" how the Teceiver per performed
formed performed despite the severe pain
he. -.suffered during the game.
"But," he said, "I know he
sbowld not be working as yet
stid how much more can I
squeeze out of him?"
'Cobos, who made his first
appearance since he was in injured
jured injured in a home plate collision
wttii the Beermen's Herman
Charles Dec. 27, came through

beautifully X or his boss.
Buffering pain which became
almost unbearable" from the
Ifcventh .frame on, the young
Backstop had himself a double,
it- base on balls, scored a run,
ttQVmade six putouts.
jate helped to ease some of
Cohpn's anxiety in the dressing

room after the eame oy sayuiR,

"Don't worry. Skip, ru oe Dac

invthere tomorrow night."
But Cohen, who Is afraid that
the injury might become ag aggravated
gravated aggravated if Cobos keeps on play playing
ing playing now, remained downcast.

United Press
Cjfoge Ratings

flEW YORK, Jsn. 9 (UP) The
Uaited Press college basketball
ratings (with first-place votes and
wjjn-Iost records through Jan. 5 In
Tai Points
1, Kansas (28) (10-0) -338
2, North Carolina (3) (11-0) 288
S. Kentucky (3) (9-2) .253
4. Southern Methodist (11-1 236
Louisville (1) (8-2) 138

6. UCLA (11-1)
7. Iowa State (8-1)
8: Oklahoma A4M (7-1)
9j Vanderbilt (8-1)
10. Illinois (6-2)

"I feel downright guilty ask asking
ing asking the kid to work again to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, but what can I do?
The race is tight with less than
a month to go. If Cobos doesn't
catch, who's gonna do It?"
Cohen really has a problem
there, for the Beermen, who
are set at all positions, will

be taking advantage of every
weakness in the opposition

from here on in,

Last nleht Clyde Parris, an

old pro who Cohen did not give

ud on when ne siariea ine sea

son poorly, and Ed Napoleon,

t,h onlv rookie who the Smok

er pilot left in the line-up when

ne decided to maxe me unai

run for the flai? with his vete

rans, were the big men in the

ten-hit Smoker attack.

Parris had a single, a double
and a homer In five trips to the
plate, batted in four runs and
scored three. Napoleon had three

sinifles in five at bats and cross

ed the Dlate three times and

pushed In one run.

Centerflelder BiH Kern made

a irreat. trv eroinar after Parris

f ourmaster which cleared the

center field fence, although the
flychaser Insisted after the
eame that he "should have had
It." Kern said the ball Just
grazed the top of bis glove and

he would have maae tne caicn

If he had "stretched some more."

i ,Thef flyhawk had a Ion r
bru'se on hh left arm which
came as he actually bunt- on
the fence for several seconds
after his futile bid to haul the,
ball in.

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Humberto Robinson picked up

his third win against two losses

as he gave the losers nme nits.

Ell Orba dropped his iourtn

decision. He has won two. The

riehthander registered ten

strikeouts in going the distance.


Second 10: 11, Canislus, 47; 12,
Seattle. 30: 13. Minnesota. 26: 14,

Wske Forest, 19; 15 (tie), St. Louis

ana Manhattan, u each; it, ung ung-ham
ham ung-ham Young, 12; 18, Duke, 11; 19
(tit), San Francisco, Oklahoma
City U., and California, 9 each.
Others: Purdue, 7; Colorado, 6;
Ohio State 4; Bradley and Tennes Tennes-see7
see7 Tennes-see7 each; Oregon State, Dayton,
Arkansas, Washington, Syracuse,
Indiana, Duquesne, Nebraska and
LaSalle, 1 each.

Ford, Finsferwald
Arrive For (ken

Los Angeles Open winner
Dour Ford and Dow Finster Finster-wald
wald Finster-wald arrived at Tocumen air airport
port airport at noon today. Ford and
Finsterwald are among the
favorites to cop the $7,500
Panama Open which gets un underway
derway underway tomorrow.
Finsterwald Is being spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Panama Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Company while Ford will
be playing under the sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of the National Brewery
(Cerveceria Nacional).

Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight

BALBOA 6:15 8:00
Air -Conditioned
Jean Simmons

fcffij Gffifc
WM. flip;

Rod Cameron
Ben Cooper

Thnrs. "I Love Melvin"

Fit "Fighting Chance"
MARGARITA 6:15-8:09
James Whltmore
Edmund Gwenn

;Aao Showing Thursdayl I Thar. "Three Musketeers"

t HlSTOBAL James Whltmore Sal Mlneo
conditioned "CRIME IN THE STREETS'

PAR A ISO 6:15 1:16 LA BOCA 7:M
"BOTTOM f the BOTTLE "Magnificent Roughnecks
SANTA CRUZ :15 1:95 CAMP BIERD 6:15 1:29
Totateps The Fog" "VALENTINO-

' SURE SHOT There's no de4
! fense for a shot like this, Jim.
! Fahey of Villanova practically
' hangs from the rim of the
basket Looking on admiring admiring-!
! admiring-! ly is teammate Jim Smith.

Smokers Smack rm

Chesterfield ABRHPO A
Napoleon, rf 5 3 3 4 0

Bernard, ss 4 0 0 1 2
Parris, 3b 5 3 3 0 2
E. Osorio, lb 5 0 2 11 0
Austin. 2b 5 0 1.2 5

prescott, If ......4 0 0) 2 0

Grote, cf 4 0 0 1 0
Cobos, c 3 116 1

Robinson, d 3 0 0.0 0

Armed Forces

To Get


Whaler Wha ley Whales
Wailing Whaled Wailers

By f. J. K.
' Four times ha rolled the ball
Four timet ho had a fit
Four times eight pins did fall
Leaving the haunting 7-10 split.
Thus was the mournful 1957 a-

wakening for Army Specialist Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Allen -Kunze who never rei
covered from1 the first game 'field

goal'orecord that turned out to be

the worst nightmarish evening of!

horror since his entrance into the

Private Bowling Feud waged in

Curundu each week.

His bowling was so sickening

that he received personal sympa

thy from each of the feuding vul

tures who combined to listen to his

song of woe "never-never-never,"

the sympathy gesture offered by
the feuders also Including heavy

tears that drenched the 14 cent

cigar presented to Kunze heavy

tears of solid joy, since Kunze said

the cigar was too high class for

him, as his only alibi for the poor


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Carta Viej


snantz, c
Wllhelm, ss
Phillips, 3b-lf
Jacobs, 2b ..

Kropf, rf ...
Kern, cf

Mayline. If ..

Tuminelli, 3b

Grba. n


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Score by Innings
Leftridge singled for Grba in

Chesterfield 102 200 002-7 10 0

Vie J a 100 000 201-4 9 3

Errors: Wllhelm 2, Jacobs.

RBI's: E. Osorio 2, Phillips,
Parris 4, Napoleon 1, Bartirome
2, shantz. Earned runs: Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield 5, Carta Viej a 4. Two

base hits: Phillips, parris,
Shantz, Bartirome, Cobos. Three
base hits: Bartirome. Home

runs: parris. Doubleplays: Bern

ard, Austin, E. Osorio. sacrifice

hits: Bernard. Struck out by:

Robinson (3-2). Losing pitcher:

balls off: Robinson 4, Grba 2.
Left on base: Carta Vie a 8,
Chesterfield 7. Winning pitcher:
Robinson (3-3). Losine pitcher:
Grba (2-4). Umpires: Thornton,
Rit7.ko, Hinds. Time of game: j


It sounded reasonable to believe

because Kunze had knocked the

feuders dizzy just one week ear

lier with highest total scoring and

a fou cent stogie. The reversal of

form did not lose his first place

standing, but the next two feuders
Gail Crump and F. J. K. were
only three points behind with the
same instructive dose of medicine

Kunze had administered previous'

ly: "Baus a mal ouf klina kinta.

du moost shmice besseh feer mair
shtickeh;" meaning that first les

son for all bowling beginners

"Watch out a bit, little children.

you must throw better for more


The youngest pitcher of the feud

P. F. C. Charles Ralph Whaley
had been pecking away at the pins
during the three hour torrid ordeal
and. clinched the total scoring be before
fore before anyone knew it, and he had a
special routine as he progressed

through the match so unnouceably.
His routine was a new system that

made him both happy and sad
when the wailing feuders had lost

to pun. ius system:,, indulging in

the eye opening Drew each tune he

had a strike-coffee, and he almost
wept about the pocketful of nickels

he had to dish out to pay for the
Java, especially the last nickel, he
reluctantly paid for F. J. K.'s high
pressured show-down last, game

F. J. K. broke the tenth frame
jinx, and finally notched his first
strike in twelve weeks of feuding,
accomplishing it with an unortho unorthodox
dox unorthodox method confidently planned to

succeed without doubt in his mind.

and then physically proving his po

sitive theory in two experimental

attempts of the first two. games.

After testing' his theoretical sure-

ncss in the last frame of the. first
game for a trial, sufficient data
was acquired for the same test in
the last frame of the second game,
and a perfect hit solid pinf all all-resulted
resulted all-resulted through no effort or strain
whatsoever. The strike ball rolled
slower than the average woman's

bowling ball, and proved that a
correctly aimed sloth ball has
strike power. Standing one t e p

from the foui une, r. j, &. took

one step as he threw the sphere.
With less motion through elimina

tion of extra steps, aiming Is more

readily controlled, as in the case

of Ditchine a Softball.

Specialist Reginald Henry Pull-

iam must have absorbed most of

the information contained in the

Clayton Library's book on profes

sional bowling inasmuch as he

finished second in scoring.

Earl Hight's average is shaping

up to a prosperous sign of better

times ahead after he won tne nrst

game, and ended third for tne


Finding the competition a little

more skillful during the past four

weeks, Speciaust crump must be

hankerln to pull up stakes and
pitch his tent in some land where

the pickings are a mite easier.

perhaps some wide open spaces

where he could choose more suit

able diggings, since he has been

ambushed on two fronts nunze s

wood plastering and Don's paste pasteboard
board pasteboard mastering.

R. M. Derunser wouldn't ten

anyone whether he was looking for

something he lost, or nist measur

ing the foul line to see if it con conformed
formed conformed to regulations; or perhaps

the root beer was rootless.

P. J. Gilroy who admitted he
made"' his biggest mistake in- life
when he joined the fuming, foam foaming
ing foaming feuders looked up, at the
ceiling when the match was over,
and shook his head: "I thought a
thought, but the thought I thought,
wasn't the thought I thought. I

thought I think. Truly, these

vultures do everything but fly

Maybe they can!!

Little League


The Armed Forces Little
League baseball season will get
underway tomorrow afternoon
at 4:15 p.m. when Fort Kobbe,
last year's defending champions,
play Curundu at Kobbe's little
league park. .'- v '!': :
Six teams are entered In the
league and each team will carry

fifteen pjayera. in order to play

on a team a Doy must be be between
tween between the ages of eight and 13
and must not reach his 13th

birthday before March 1, 1957.
The teams are: Fort Kobbe,
West Bank, For t. Clay ton, Al
brook AFB and Caribbean
Command Quarry Heights
and Fort Amador); In addi addition
tion addition their will be nine minor
league teams and two farm
teams. j

All of the Little Leaeue Dlav.

ers will participate in the open-

j)-Bwne ceremonies, xney
will march on the field and

pledge allegiance to the flag and

men repeat me Little League

Alter they have moved off the

field it la tentatively' scheduled

at tne uresent time for Col.

K. Russ, President of the Little
League Association, to introduce

Gen. Robert M. Montaeue.

new Commander in Chief, car-

throw out the first ball.

The Fort Kobbe team Is man

aged bv Mal. Raymond A.

Barnes, USARCARIB Supply Of-

iicer, ana tne curundu team

under the reins of Tony

riaia, cururmu Recreation Di

rector. Fort Clayton is under
the leadership of SP-2 Joseph
Wyda, nth Ordnance Co.; Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook is managed by MSgt. &

u. menoerieiaer: West Bank bv

Robert Taht, Rodman Naval

Station; and Caribbean Com Command
mand Command by Ensign Joel Carter.


Teams 4
Cerveza Balboa
Carta Vie;a.



Won Xost
9 7

8, 7 7-7
7 7-7 10




Cerveza Balboa (Sheetz 2-2) vs. Chesterfield

, Game Time: 7:30. ' 1
r Chesterfield 7, Carta Vieja 4l


Beer Suds

Sports Briefs


treat Canadiens have recalled

Bronco Horvatb from Rochester of

the American Hockey League to.
play against the Toronto Maple

Leafs Thursday nign. u nign-scor-

mg Jean Beuveau is unaoie o

suit up. Beuveau was mnirea m

Sunday nieht's 3-2 victory over

the New York Rangers.

a mm A Ik a I M .AA

:W iuuat ? w

$1.10 per Car!










It will be Ronnie Sheetz of

the Beermen against Al osorio
of the Smokers in tonight's con contest.
test. contest. The chunky Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa righthander's record stands
at three wins against two de defeats,
feats, defeats, both setbacks coming from

Chesterfield. Of the-seven games
nlaved between these two teams,

the Smokers have won five and
the Beermen two.
Colon fans went wild about
John Glenn's flaying of cen cen-terfeld
terfeld cen-terfeld in Sunday's contest
against Carta Vieja. Last
year's batting champ and
present home ran leader is a
cinch for Pro League all star
centerflelder honors this sea season.
son. season. His sensational grab of
Bill Kern's bid for a home run
was the outstanding play of
the game.
Manacer Leon Kellman of the

Beermen tried everything In the

books to defeat Carta vieja sun-

day, but unfortunately for him
it was not his day. After remov

ing starter George Brunei In

the second, he Inserted reliefers
Carlos Thome, Stanley Arthur

and Winston Brown. The first

two stopped the Rummies cold,

but two unearned markers off

the Bocas righthander marred
the flawless rescue lob of the

Beermen hurlers.

boa in Colon, everything Is In Indicative
dicative Indicative of a sellout. It is indeed

noteworthy the way the Colo

nites appreciate professional

baseball. Too bad, there are no
lighting facilities, so that more

games could be played there.
The results have been most en
couraging so far.

With Big Bob Trce expect expected
ed expected to join the Beermen fold
at almost any minute now,
and the club's second best hit hitter
ter hitter of last year, Hector Lopes,
retaining- his old form, Cer Cer-veza
veza Cer-veza Balboa'i stock has risen
to great heights. Trice, last
year with the Beermen, won
six and lost four.

Joseph Cotten to

j w w w n r

Peoe Osorio continues to pow

der the pellet with authority.

His long double which scored Al
Pinkston from first In the sixth
frame of Sunday's contest would

hava rlpftrrl the Wtfield har-

I.rier at the Olympic Stadium

sj witn plenty to spare, repe tooa

a batting- mark of .414 into Bun-

day's game.
By the applause which met the

announcement that Humberto

Robinson would be the Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield pitcher In next Sunday's
meeting with the Cerveza Bal-






ttc 15c.
- Also: -the
rmci or

Olenn Ford in


CoM Prist tSHM
- Also: -SUDDEN


; Also:

Oliver Hardy continues tn ride

the bench for the Beermen, even
though opportunities arise
where he could be called upon
to pinch-hit The portly Carls Carlsbad
bad Carlsbad outfielder so far has had
one hit In five times at bat.

Kansas City Athletics scout Joe

nacnio u very much concerned
about Hardys .activities, and
according to reports, the former

suver city iaa is one of the

nignay ratea protpects of the

Aimetics chain.

All teams will play 2$ games
and : all games, except the
o' ening game Thursday, will
get underway at 4:30 p.m. Alt
games must be completed by
6:00 p.m. Another new ruling
that will be In force this year
is that every player on each
team must play at least 10
per cent of his teams Innings.

Officials for the opening dayi

game are Ma. Daniel Hritzko;
LAGS, and Louis Bclgllane, Cu-t
rundu.' : --!, --...

Here is the. schedule for' thai

first two weeks of the season j
January 10, Curundu at Kobbe.'1

January 14. west Bank at Clay

ton, and Caribbean Command lit
Albrook; January 17, Clayton at
Kobbe, West Bank at Caribbean
Command, and Albrook at Cu Curundu;
rundu; Curundu; January 21, Kobbe t

Caribbean command, Albrook at
West Bank, and Clayton at Cu Curundu:
rundu: Curundu: and January 24, Kobbe
at Albrook, Caribbean Command
at Clayton, and Curundu at
West Bank. 4" viv- f

Tiger Rags


The umpu-e will holler ''Play
BaU" at Mt Hope Stadium on Jan.
18th and the Tieers frnm rHatnhil

W1U ptay host to the Balboa Bull.

dogs as the 1957 Interscholastic

Daseoau season gets underway.

As e carefully apparaise the
Tiger's chances of brinsinir hurt tn

Cristojbal the baseball trophy, we
find a ray of hope on which to base

reserve optimism. That rav of hone

is the fact that Cristobal High
School will have the slight advan advantage
tage advantage of having played more than

a iew games aeainst tousrh romni.

tition in the Atlantic Twill eh t

League before embarking on their

campaign against junior college

ana caiDoa men. rne .pacific Twi.

light League, In which both Bal-

do a- ana J. C. narticioate. anna-

rently will be off to a lata start.

depriving the school teams of -the

benefit of experienced enmnetitinn

Toe pressure of the Gold Coast

tvmigiit games will also give coach
Luke Palumbo a cood chance to

make any necessary changes be-

xore iacine mterschool contests.

(For the time being, however,
Falumhn ratn. hi inn n!n& thin

Ray Croft is his No. l pitcher and

one of the better stickers on the

team, ttay has already had his
baptism of fire against Twilight
competition and should be more
than ready to tackle the Bulldog

nme come J anuary 18th. Dannv

Concepclon is another coming pit pit-Coacepcion
Coacepcion pit-Coacepcion is another comine

piicner ana commands the Wo. 2.

spot there. Danny's bitting abili abilities
ties abilities will also be utilized as an out outfielder
fielder outfielder as will Ray Crofts in the

uuieid when not toiling on the
mound. '.

Moving around the Tir infield

we will find Bill Gibson at first

base. This youngster raps the ball

with fair consistency toe and is al

so listed as a third pitcher for the

Tigers. At second base Cristobal'

will field a good glove man in
Sammy Newhard. Excellent defen defensively.
sively. defensively. Sam's most valuable piece

sively, Sam's hitting could stand

some improvement. Keith Kulig is

most valuable piece of property.
Kieth will play shortstop for the
Tiger s. He handles fielding 1
chances like a veteran, has a good
arm, is one of the most consistent
hitters on the Tiger squad and hits
the long ball too. j
Playing alongside Kulig at the
hot ; corner will fc Donald Hum
pnrey, who also possesses a bullet
arm across the diamond and has
a good eye at the plate. Don will
do double duty too, spelling Craw Crawford
ford Crawford behind the plate where Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey also shines, r i r t
Cristobal's outfield is a bulwark
of defense. But unlike the

most baseball team, their power

noes noi siem zrom tneir outfield-
ers. Dick Williams is a mnnth

confident outfielder. Few, if any,
will get back this youngster, Biliv

Rankin is sneedv and pit ,h

jump on the ball and Danny Con.
cepcion, the best hitter of the three, ;
does an adequate job in the outer -gardens.

Those are the tnn nitlA nn nrhfoh

Cristobal's hooes of a cha mninn.

ship are based. The positions, of V"
course, will not be" steadfast, for
many of the top performers do
equally good jobs at more than one
position Ross Tobin is 'the next
selection for first base when Gib Gibson
son Gibson takes his turn on the hill and ;!

with the Twilight League .and
School games pressing in close to-

gether Tobin could see pfenty of

acuon uus year, natpn Bievins will v
handle some relief work oil the hill 'r

and even Kieth Kulig, who throws
a fairly good curve ball might be

pulled out. of the Infield for relief
duty if the call arises. v ;
The Tiger material is there and
is Improving, but Balboa and Jun-

lor College are expected to coma
up with their usual powerhouse es- '

pecially the Bulldogs who can be

renea up.n to produce a powerful
reservoir of strength from their re
serves on the bench. Whether Cris-'

tobal's small, but fast, team can
overcome what the Pacific Side will

throw against them is a challenge
that cannot be answered until ait-.

er their opener against B a lb o a

this column's choice as the Tigers' High at Mt. Hope on January 18th,

Standings ';

W L Pet.

Police 1 0 1.000
Gibraltar Life ...1 0-1.000

Elks 1414 0 0 .000

Spur Cola 0 0 .000

Lincoln Life .....0 vl .000
Seymour Agency .0 ,1 .000

Camp Bierd Tennis
Exhibition Attracts
Large Gathering v

j cuius on uie bo a ( niif an.

parently has caueht th

of townsfolk, tud cine from th

large gatnenng -of sports enthusi enthusiasts
asts enthusiasts who turned out at Cimn nimt

Sunday afternoon for exhibition

maicnes oy mem Deri of the Camp
Bierd Tennis Club.
The erowd, the largest tn hi

witnessed activities in this fiiH r

sports during many yean of en

deavors, was treated to some rare

performances of tennis, disniami

by several of the club s topfhght

While attendinf the tenni nM.

onions, tne large wrong of spec spectators
tators spectators used the opportunity to get
a glumpse of the beautiful flower
tardea adjacent the court a

which Is the handiwork of A. R-lcarlson, cf

Weatherhead, a prominent sports-l Anderson, lb
man, who is also one of the oer- CaUela, p ...

sons responsible forthe sponsoring Boa twright, ss
of the exhibition matches held Sun- rurrlran. c .

day afternoon. laroeemena, 3b

Results of the matches follow: I Pearl.
Togo Young defeated Carlton Taft FarreL rf

M Benito Charrts defeated A. Moses, If

uunn 61. Albert Looey defeated A
B. Weatherhead C-3 and Carl Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin defeat. d Ivaa Thorpe 31

rJ uiuui Aaatj w -j A wu
Yesterday at the Little League

Stadium, one big Inning meant
the ball game for the Gibraltar
Life team. f

Handcuffed bv th masterful

pitching of Caiieja, the Seymour
Agency twirler for two thirds of

the game, the Gibraltar team

came to life after two were down

rung on three walks, three hits,

and a miscue. t
Ironically Caiieja walked on

ly three men in the entire game,
and those three came in this

one stanza.
On the offensive for Gibral

tar, only one batter had more
than one safety and that was

Herman with two for three.

Gibraltar introduced a rookie

ond the mound. He is fast ball
pitcher Altman, who despite
nine walks, managed to keep
the Seymour lads in check, al allowing
lowing allowing only three hits and

striking out 13. Caiieja. whiffed

Final score Gibraltar she runs.

Seymour three.

Gibraltar Ufe

Ebdon, If

Frank, ss ........
Hermany, rf
Altman. p ........

Wilson, e
hompson. cl
Harms, 3b

Hunt, 2b
Zapp. lb ..v

Seymour Agahey

.3 0



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Maybe Ford'sLuckChanged;::
He Won Los Angeles 7 G Pot ;

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 9 (UP) Jt 77 and a 285 total good for only

tnnk rwniff Ford eicht years to do it.

hut th former nauonai

champion finally has nis ursi, win

ter-tour golfing crown.
Th huskv 33-vear-old fighter

from Mahopac, N.Y., who is noted
as one of the finest match-play
eolfers who ever lived, fought

back the challenge of the pack, in
the Los Aneeles Open yesterday to

win first prise of 7,ouo.

Ford'a victor nouea aown m

match olav contest on the final

Mne holes in one of the greatest

scrambles in PGA history.

When the gang teed off on the

64th hole of the 72 hole contest,

four men were tied for the leader

ship: six others were one stroke

behind' and six more were only

two stroker off be pace the dis

tance of one out-of-bounds Mil

But when the pressure mounted.

Ford shruieed it off. While the

others were having their troubles,
Doug was as steady as a rock,
picking up two birdies on the fi final
nal final IS, taking no bogies and firing

two-nnder-par 69 and a 72-bole

score of 280.

Right on his heels came un

lucky Jay Hebert, who bad a 281

and collected $3,75? after firing a

four under pa.- 67 on his last

round. Hebert has been one of the
top money-winners for years but
never has won a tournament I

Gardner Dickinson of Pan am s
City Beach, Fla., had started the

day in rront, but be quickly ran

Behind Ford, who left birW' tn

compete in Panama this w e e k, '
came Hebert and thin a

tie at 283 between Jimmy Clark, V

Mjua migeics; Tommy -. Jacobs,
Montebello, California; Dave
Marr, Mamaroneck. N.Y.i JacVi

Burke, Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.; N.Y.;-Tommy
Tommy N.Y.;-Tommy Bolt, Houston, Tex and
Art WalL Pococa Manor, Pa, all
except Jacobs, who fast tunwxi

professional and isn't eligible, col
lected SlMCv- .'
At 284 came Bud Holscher Ap.
pie Valley, Calif.; Mary FurgoL
George Bighamv Kansas City,
Kan.: Fred .Hawkins. F.l Vmmn

Tex.; BiUy. MaxwelL Odessa,
Tex.; and Dow Finsterwald, Bed? -ford
Heights, Ohioeach jcoUectln
$891.67. --
The 285 shooters, earn ntrVW

up 3605 were Dr. Middlecoff, Bal Bal-Ti;'
Ti;' Bal-Ti;' C8P-. ChuU
Tom Courtney's c

Conqueror To Run -;
In Boston KC Meef

into trouble and wound tip with a

Sports Shorts

Ravmondt 1

x Batted for Pearl In last In

ning, ',

21 MIAMI, Fla. (UP)- A group
0 of -16 Hungarian and Romanian

0 Olympic game swimmers and div div-Oj
Oj div-Oj ers helped launch a six-week
0 "freedom tour" of America to
0 benefit the Hungarian relief fund
0 Sunday by beating a group of Mi Mi-0
0 Mi-0 ami AAU all-stars, 33-15. A water
0 show benefit was staged later by
0 the foreign swimmers who refused

to return to Jheir homelands after
the Olympic Games.

N. Y. Jan. CUP Dnni r?,t

te of New York University, sup.

towuctut oi uiympic track
champion Tom Courtney, wij
make his next appearand In th'

600-yard run in the Knights of Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus meet hi Boston, Jan. 19.
Gatto, who never had won m.

jor race, outran Courtney in the
stretch Saturday nleht to win th

600-yard event in the New York

Metropolitan AAU chammonxhin.

His invitatiot. to the Boston meet
came through promptly,
The defeat continued a fin fro-

Courtney, who was beaten in this
race a year ago for bis onlr tats

of the Indoor track season. Tbe
ex-Fordhara star, who won th
Olympic 8O0-roeter championthia
in December, had been expected
to menace the meet record but in instead
stead instead bowed te Gatto's erdic?ry


-: 111 .i ii i' I I ) i
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rHi Panama' American JL! an independent daut newspapeh

I H V3" lis.. '

- ""i t lis ?

I I' L v 14 8 1 & J Wf

DEFENDING CHAMP. -Arnold Palmer, last year's Panama
Open winner, is again one of the favorites to take the malor
ahare of the $7,500 prize money offered the pros. The Panama
Golf Club layout teems to be made to Order for Palmert mn
.,., ...3-: v rounded game.



To Compete

, i ,
Unitea States orofessional and

visiting and iocal amateur Roll

ers, headed by President Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto de la Guardia, jr., will tee-

crf tomorrow ,ln the 1957 Open

pro-amateur golf tournament to
ue played over the Panama Colt

Ciud course.
"This year's major star-studded
snow includes some of the
greateit names in golf from botn
Worth iand South America and

vtm be topped Dy tne lact mai
the Panamanian chief executive
will be participating as play player.
er. player. v President de la Guardia
won the first Panama Open
played on the present course
bac': in 1933 when bis 14S
scort was tops for. the 3tt-hole
medal plv touprnament. Nqw
24 years later, the President
is still active in golf, and will
be competing for' one' of the
PAA sterling silver prises to

be presented to the top ama amateur
teur amateur players."..
Tn h v in- npr.tnn are: Ar

I nnld Paimer. the 1958 cham-

l pion; George Bayer, jjolfdom's

I 3at Rum? Kooeno ue vicenzo,
wAjimtt nrinnpv nf thff Panama

Open; Dow Flnsterwald, the
olfer of the year; Jim Feree,
nr always dangerous competi competi-or;
or; competi-or; Mike Fetchlk, real comer;
irt Wall Jr., a money player;
lonv cerda, a past Open cham-.

nfnn; Art. Doflrinir. Joe Conrad.

Doug Ford, Henry Castillo, Doug
Sandew, Jimmy Johnson, Fidel
De Luca, all from abroad. i

Local- professionals competing
in the tournament will Include

Anibal Maccaron, the Panama

n'nb nror Dick Goodman of the

Ft. Amador Club; Bob Fretiana
oX Braros Brook, and the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian pro Carlos. Rodrigues,
who plays oftt of the Ft. Clay

ton Cluo.

f l- A.cvi; --r jh --'M

. PjiiUiH mm i Aimw hikmI ftiwror mmim -w V Mbki

Gossip About


The big names in golf have Major Banks and Curundu lnd
already started to flood t h e runner up, under Kaldanca
newspapers and by the time this 0f Tony plaia now in his sev sev-paper
paper sev-paper reaches the streets the enth season with LiUle teague
annual golf clinic, conducted by The impressive ceremony for
the best in'the busmiss, will be lhe opepnl ms Is scheduled
under way at the Panama Golf for 4-15. t m with thl ;
Club WV followed by the tra-, ting underway at ?30?vm g
'ionaf cocktaUpartr 'n the f. ,3U ym"

,f ALL'YEAR ROUND Caribbean plavers arc bpht at home in ihen work during the wtntr.
' Rubert ComM.-left, of the New York Giants and the Pittsburgh Pirates' Roberto Clemente,
renter, toil for Santuee in Puerto. Riro.'i Sandv Arnoro of the Brook Ivn. Dodger stars
" for the Ajwendares flub in Cuba. -Opinion differ a -to whether it helps or hurt.

Gun Club Motes

The Balboa Gun Club has had I win 2nd. Paul Anderson was 3rd.

a busv 1958 and Is looking for- Event No.- 6 was an aggregate

ward to another year of good i or the above events;

shooting. We have several new
clubs records established during


Hieh Gun N. F. Keller 1541 Team Standings

Silver Award. '. Agewood .41 31 1
2nd S. B. Dukel 517 Silver iSevmour Aaentiv 41 si I

Award. I El Panama 34 38 1 Is that "regardless of who

3rd. Paul Anderson 1418 Sil- Austin 2844

'.' -A. traditional and common vanity of the prize fighter Is that

he never gets hurt. Maybe he will nave been aown two or inree
times as lhe result of punches that could be seen, as well as heard,

all over the joint, yet ne wm say: t
' The guy tagged me, aure, but he didnt hnrt me."
; '"I was off balance, so yov, have to say It was more a slip than
, a knockdown" ,,,,, -t. V

: 'I'TVTit'bei Wtf'l a'tt jia'me .yotl a dozen guys who can hit
harder an that biini.'V -
- Br discounting hil opponent' i punching power, the priz

Tighter presumes 10 exau ms own uupjcuyuouw ....w.,
and somehow this is supposed to make him a very superior op-
it tflrna out'thaH dene Fuimef4, the new middleweight cham;
' -plon, Is also a member t the lodge,, and yet when he looks at
you with his clear, deep, probing eyes and swears he was not hurt
Ibr any punch Sugar Ray Robinson landed you get the eerie feeling
that possibly this 25-year-old ordained Elder of the Mormon
church is actually immune from pain. j
This was 24 hours after the fight and he and his manager,
.unmn mink rancher, also Of West Jordan. Utah, were

in Jim Norrli' office Jn the Garden building getting paid, and as

mey poseo lor news iw iuu maun ukauh
th image of Fullmer, shaking off Robinson's best shots as though

. they were rain rops, ana moving in on mm, '"
kl tn mini) f' If '.- L -1 -

- It :was like an insistent,1 recurrent theme, this image.' as Full

mer', Ws long flat ana muscie-coroea poay n u"i
chalky white, marched spookily unharmed thrbugh Robinson s
k.-o. nnt. nnra Vhnnerlnv exnression. seldom blinking his eyes.

And these were updated copies of the barrages with which the

LaMottas, Turpina ana uisons naa Deen oomersveu.


. -Now his manager, was talking about a right-hander Pullmer

, had taken flush to the cnin. -wnen uene came aw w twi twiner
ner twiner I cautioned him about dropping his guard, and told nim: u

you wantea to nna oui.n nomnson cn suu uit, uu j
'. .Gene looked up at me and said, "honest, I never felt it . and

I must 'believe him because mat s ine son or man am u.
. We thought, and the manager concurred, the best punch R0-
fcl'.n..T mtam vlirht nnrUr tVl heart tbut had followed a

winovii r 0 r -v ...
rlove-btrrrowing left to the pit of Fullmer'.i stomach. Asked abbut

it, the Little iron Man smnea apoiogeucany:
" Tease dont misunderstand me. but 1 dont even remember

the punches yon mefntion." ... ;
fnereHtM. it tr.A-r aeem. J. Tor these were powerful blows

frnnrnff err. a thev did. when Robinson was still fresh. . that's

about how it wa. Let it stand as a loose demonstration f mlnH
vei matter, or what have tou but the fact remain that tor all
the punches Tie atooped he was mlraculonsly unmarked, and when
he say he was unhurt it may be that ha is not merely reading

a line rrom an oia aenpt. .
. rmimerl boiler n!at imnreenabllltv la one of his maior re

rommendations as a fighter. If you -cant hurt him, how can you
beat him? .Wi .
Robinson, for one. win never beat him, and von can lay to
that. Fullmer is oblieated bv contract to aive the ffrocked round round-f
f round-f er-pounder return match and, in fact, the ballvpno is ahredv
under war fthe. nrotest that the referee favored Fullmer) but

well believe Mons. Macel want more of Fullmer when we see

him In the rine. and not before..'
Tnr the first time in his fistic Hfe Robin m know there's a

man hi weight who can take everything he's got and stni keep

moving In- on him. Tnat'a the kind he prerers to leave lor .tne

nblquitoua lr. sweeny..

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the year and expect more,

The 1956 shoot'ng year we

e nsen nur, wir.n ine uver u

ninw nVifttnninnBhlTi Match." fi-1 ver Award.

vent'No. 1 was the ,NaMonal 4th Jennette Orr 1376SllverAjeood Ties Seymour Agency

Match Course wU-n tni-wsmi: awiu. v'.-- lor uan

N. F.- "Nohby" Keller was the 5th Pet Gene Vegna 1354

tirlnnsr with Rmrm nf Cl-I Sliver AWrra.i

rence Mcllva'ne was 2nd & S. B. Durm the 'year 1956, N. F. jthat won them two points fromlcH Dshlinger and his commit
Duke-was 3rd .. i (Nobby" Keller orr new cl"b El Panama. This tie -ending tees in the past can hardly be
Event No 2 was smallbore "resident won'the hich gun forlmatch enabled Agewood to move surpassed and if this tourna-

match' 10 shots standing, 10 te UfaARCARlB match arflwssiinto a tie with Seymour Agency iment is as successful as those

ciunnouse. v , ,a sad note in local radii
Many, of the familiar' faces circle i caused by the Xu$'
Wilt be back for this" year's .0- oneratioM 7J?nL .Jn5

i. j !!.. j. .... 'V,tiaiJB UUUB ICE

yen una a rew promising star .or ttie track champion Polemori
Will be maKing their first bid, This oneration of ?"th2 iSffii"

for top' honors. Among the for.

mer;are. the 1936 champion Arn Arnold?
old? Arnold? Palmer, the ever popular
gfiucho Roberto de Vlcenzo and
his compatriot Antonio, Cerda
Headinjr the list of the newcom-

cib Hie uuuk t uiu ana due uu-y

raa, either or whom are raen
better than even chances of
copping the bip money.
For the 1957 Open this col columnist
umnist columnist apaln will stick with the
voung fellow who after finish finishing
ing finishing tied for second' with De Vl

cenzo inf 1935, in thrlllin" style
defeated the great Slammin S?m
Snead on the sixth hole of the

sudden death playoff in 1956

the great champion Arnold
Palmer. This is thrman to beat

and in our book his record on
the Panama course m two tries
eivei him the edge over a 1 1
challengers' "",-

One thing in certain and that


This operation of -the sesamo'd"
(broken bone 4 taa nerf nrmw v,

Col. William Lord last week and

na reauiis wni, not be known for
another few days?- i'
If the operation is successful.
the champ will be inactive for,
another six to elht months.' Aff
. f?clng fang are looking'
forward tc hwrfng eood report'
fwtihe 6tud.ylntino star
Shortly,; . ,'.-.v'-, ...

Agency couJd only

for one game and

this Open, the golf fans of the
Isthmus will have their money's

worth watphlnir the finest ar array
ray array of stars that could be as assembled
sembled assembled for this tournament.
The maenificent job done by

' Fullmer's style. If vouH pardon the expression. Is hardlv Vke Vke-lr
lr Vke-lr to bring back the million dollar gat. No right thinking citizen
will knock roeh admirable basics as gamenejs. perseverance, sta stamina
mina stamina and rhino hid, but marketing such staples as a Dooular

product is cult npntfcer mattw
Perhar Al Weill one Of th first to pick him over Robinson
...wrsps him un best: .. j

. -you com know now ne beats you, dui ne coes. He isn t tne
kind of hitter who knocks you dead but when he gets through
with you. yon dont feel so "rood, either. And what'a more, hell
get better end learn more with experience.
Eddla Walker, another member of .the old cauliflower guard.

"You can't keep htm off you. Round after round he's so ram -blinr
all over you. dicginr into your belly, bmnging at our head
rrnhlng your face. L' like a pest at a rartv. So flry you aay

the neu. wun nun, reacn ror your nas, ana waia: oui.

setting. 10 nrone. .Tennett Orr

was 1st with 280-7X. Paul An Anderson
derson Anderson was 2nd Sgt Gene

ThomDson ws 3rd. ;
Event No. S was one string of
trap (25 blrds jan!on, Puke. As
Mnlmes were all tied for 1st with

?.4 each, aftr the shooting of
25 more Calle .Tanson wks 1st.
S.-B. Duke and M Ho'mes
were still tied and had to ilin a

coin. Duk won the toss -and


Event No. 4 was one strln or

skeet' (29 birds). Capt. l. c Hf v

fired the. 'only possible to. win

thtyHolmesr and Paul- Anderson

were tied for 2nd. Holmes, won

the tossand Snd. 9-;-ri i
EVent NO. tl was th big hore
rifle (30 Cal.' 10 shots standing,
10 setting, and 10 shots stand
ine to Prone XIn 70 sec). Jen Jen-nette
nette Jen-nette Orr was 1st with score of
270. Pturdevant Todd came put
of -retirement long -enough to


Too fn'ght amateurs will be

Doc MitL n, the golfing dentist
irom BallKia last year's cham

pion Gmatalo Saenz of Colom

bia;- Johniiy Mao Murray, tnree

time- winlr' of the Panama

Open; JohUiny's brother Charlie,

Jim and toeorge Riley; Tony

Jankua- Morm, Xewter and a

Lost of othtrs.

The cenemonles will get
underway aU noon when Presi President
dent President de la aiuardia tees-off in
company wath two other ama amateurs
teurs amateurs to stnrt his first round
of the IX Holes of play. Im Immediately
mediately Immediately following the rreai
dentUI tee-44'f lhe first three three-some
some three-some of the mlay-f or-pay golf golfer
er golfer will strt shooting for the
7t0 prise money.
The amateqsr field will start

their first xoimda beginning at

t axi. the samM morning.

This year's champion will be

undecided until the last putt is
in tho cup ciwie Sunday at

about put J'oliowing is the
record of the iajt winners -of

this No 1 Isthna an golf tourna


1927 Dr. Jeasei L. Byrd, ama

teur, Gatun, scora 155. 36 holes.

1933 Ernesto de la Guardia,

Jr., amateur, Panama, score 148,
36 hols.

1937 Frank : ArvJL amaUur,

Gatun. rcore 309, TU holes.

1938- Jimmy. Vincent, profes

sional, Panama, score 304.

1939 Jimmy Vlnn. profes

sional. Panama, scofe 301.

1940 Johnny Uc Murray,
amateur, Panama.
1941 Al Escaiantel profession professional,
al, professional, Brazos Brook, score 298."
1942 Lou Barbaroj professlon-

fal, Brazos Brook, scoie 297.

1943-Tony Tiso, professional.

Ft Amaoor, score 94

1944 Marion Reedi amateur.

Ft Amador, score 299J -

Ft. Amanor, score 281.! ;.
-1946 Charlie GrantV profes

sional, it- Amaaor. score 299.

1947 Herb Mitten, Amateur.

Panama, score 293.
1948 Johnny MaciCnrray
amateur. Panama, score 283.
1949 J ohnny Mac MXn r r a v
amateur, Panama, score ,2S.
1950 Raul Posse, prof aalonal

Colombia, score 2!4.

19sl Johnny Mac Mo r r a y.

amateur, Panama, rcore JS5. r
1952 Roberta De Yicv&io.

professional, Argentina, score
282. v :
, 1953 Roberto De Vlcenzo,
professional, Argentina, score
274. ,
, 1954 Sam Snead, professional,
United States, score 271. ;
1955- tAntonio Cerda, profes professional,
sional, professional, Argentina, score 273.
1956 Arnold Palmer, profes

sional; United States, won In

play-off with Sam Snead. I


Blanc, president of the Mid-Winter

Sports Association which sponsors
the Sugar Bowl game, released a 1
report Monday that indicated Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee and Baylor will each re-,
ceive about $153,0000 for their,
game last Jan. 1. Baylor won,;
13-7. 1

award a old mdl' for distin distinguished
guished distinguished In competition bv the

director of civilian niarkman niarkman-sh'n.
sh'n. niarkman-sh'n. Washington, t),C.
Keller also wonthe club ren renter
ter renter fire pistol championshio.

S?t. Gne Vegna won the ?2

nlstol championship- Capt. I. o.
Hay won the club trap cham

pionship, and M. s. Holmes won

the skeet championship w l t h iLowande

Wearner Bas as a runner tin. Bowcn

The, rifle championship was .Falcigno

for first place in the Classic

Bowling League.
Ed Kunkel and Mike Nunez
were high scorers for Seymour
Agency and for Ei Panama it
was Billy Coffey, Bab Bown,
and Ben Falcigno.

that are now hlstorvthe Pan-

ama Go"f club will again have
earned th appreciation of an
enthusiastic number of fans.


not' fired but the

champion would be

distinguished Junior,'



our only
Tuarmpf ta

4ll 'it

The" eomirig 'evjHts Vre '"an '"an-inneM'
inneM' '"an-inneM' w.f -if, Mite, ,y .1

Coffey 193

As evidence of the importance

that is attached to the little
League program or the Isth-

El Panama (m us Governor Potter, following

189 170 172 531 1"1 the footsteps of his predeces-

.157 162 162 431 ("ors. was on hand tm Mondav

157 175 227 559 larternoon to throw the first ball
. 177 178 203 556 I Rnd officially ODen the 1957 sea-

179 199 571 1 son of the pacific Little League.;

ine tiovernor eapeny snea

Along The Fairways

mff LhBLSnd B8ey touma touma-l?8ldJa
l?8ldJa touma-l?8ldJa Amador Golf CJilb
last Thursday some of the wow i
en played so well that they end
3d up out of the prizes with riefc
scores well in the 60'. The blind
"fw 8 'cS8Mt witn a net Hfi
m b Pe ",tle was e,, -wit!'
75. Bev Dllfer snd v-oti. run

tied for srd p.RCe with 76
ilr5e 5ewe".'Payln her bfsT
wme to date, won low g r o s s
tf i?etr 82- Here's: a golffct
to watch as she U showin? rap
idand constant lmprovem-nt'
Bobbie Hughes took onlv tf'
pum to win the lpUttln? pfiif)
Two other golfers, out of tl' tl'-runnins'
runnins' tl'-runnins' for nr1e n ... .m,

, -- r nuo O till
nappy as they scored their hSst
rounds. Mlckev SehHHnr

an 87 givln her a net 60. Bar- r

oara Kooenson broke 100 fcr
the first time. : .remarkaWe '.
score for a gal who has. been
Playing golf for:t6nIy a month
or so. ;,; ".li
'The tournament scheduled for'
this week is medal play with '2""
handicap. f -'






nonnced? -" ..-.' rfCn.elo

Jan;; 12--0900. 'FBI 1 Practleal iMcGarvey
Police Course match with the CNuns
Canal Zone Police. ' ; Kunkel .'.
Jan. 12 1330 Skeet and Trap. I Colbert ..

jan.- Z7 oaoo nra APProven

Center f ire pistol 90 round


Feb. 4 (Tentative) Modi"'! Rrt Pnlrpr rnntlnned Mm tffr

National Match Bla" Bore. 200 rifin rniHn tn u&a inviH n.

yard,. t-y ver Austln three DOints to one

873 862 963 2698 '"is roat and dropped it on the

aniiew. as he went to tn pitcb-

ers.',, moun4 amld the applause
of se vera!., hundred rfthid little'

league fans. To their delight the
Governor warmed un with a low

outsiae pitcn and then fired

Seymour Agency -!,

;i65 168 197

861 1024 931 2816

Feb. 11 (entative) Smsll boreinnh Tninnd aixn v,in(.d

Today Enennto .25 r 15
Psul Henreld in
V Also:
Rsndoloh Sott in

James Ca?ney in
"A Lion Is In The Streets"
Vincent Price hir

The whole Austin te?m ? roll

ed well, losing total pins; by on only
ly only 18.. -

Lpne. ...148 167

Toland 185
Gleichman . 200
Boyer . ; 175
Balcer ......214



perfect strike to get the season

unaer way,

Tomorrow another littleleague

win onen tneir 1957 seson at
Fort Kobbe. On hand will be the

most imposln" array of military

rank to get the boys orf for a
bic year;

Pcbednled to throw the first

ball is Lt. General Robert M.
MontaeueliCommanfor in Chief

i Caribbean- Command,' who -will

404 'oe wirnessm tne mtnre; stars
584' In action for'tlse first time, Gen-

554 1 ral. Generar,- UPARCARIB. and


222 679

922 957 943 2822

! Almeda .

Thomas .
Shell baker
Knoll- ....v

..167 195

. 180
. .156
. 190


the commandant. Fifteenth Na

val District, will accompany
oen. Montague. Absent- frpm
the Isthmus is General Heath,
Commandlni General of the lo local
cal local Air Force who will be ,repr

resented by theGommanding
officer of the Albrook Air, Force

Bese. 'V'u-s -,

The first came will be plaved

uttie' uteiin

211' 57S
213 577
181 559
194 564

189 551 J between Kobbe's

894 926

- ers. winners -of the 1956 season.

984 2804 under the new management o?

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That great annual tradition

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'j' tlse Panama Open Golf Tournament Tournament-will
will Tournament-will toon take place again. And this pop popular
ular popular sport Is. bringing to our country
many of the outstandic internatibrr'.
. golfers. '
TIm moVora f VtCIROrciswrerles waUomc
: PoMin'listtogibk4gwets and wish thaw.
' tha greast avecott In this, coming mt.'

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Roberto it Vicenzo, (he greet Argentine
Golfer. Kill defend tke VICSROT colors in
the. 19S? Panama Open QolJ Tournament.


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but not the pleasure

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Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
, Tel. Panama 2-0552
Dr. R. Elsenmann
Dr. C. E. Fabrega
CI. DenUI-Medical Polyclinic
Ttvoli 4 of July) Ave. 21A24
(apposite Ancon School playground)
'Tel. X-2011 Panama
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McLevy Machines, ";
Steam Bath mala and female
(I At. Juato Arosemena S-2M7
Dr. SCHOIX trained Chlropodlat
Panama Lino
Twenty-live passengers are
scheduled' to sail from Cristobal
Saturday -lor New. York aboard
the Panama liner, Ancon, which
Is makinr her. first voyage un under
der under the neWcbsauier The An Ancon
con Ancon is due Thursday from New
York. .,
Eight passengers re booked
Tor Port-au-Prince, Haiti. They
are Mrrpalsy M. Borero, Mr.
and Mrs. tj. Goldstein; Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyi Klpp; Walter Kling
ana Mr. ana wr. iouw p"W4
n-,. .nmnTPtA-ndvanre list lor
Mew York follows: Mr. and Mrs.
I. P. Bouille; David D.. Bow Bowman;
man; Bowman; Mr. and. Mrs. John J.
Crawford; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
W. Douglas; Mrs. Anna Eros;
for. and Mrs. Robert A. Frank;
Mrs. Malcolm Gatheral; John T.
Dlancy; Mrs, Battle Heeren; Mc.
nd Mrs. RudalpbD. Melanson;
Mr. and Mrs.-Charles A. Miller,
lr.; Mr. and Mrs; Hugh Mod re;
Mr. and Mrs.; Jack J. Squire;
klonel stempel: Mf. and Mrs.
rilliam C Walsh;, and Otto
frvellman. 1
(Continued from rate 1)
rress on salary-increases. The
rederal Government finds itself
It an increasing disadvantage
ioth in recruitment and reten retention
tion retention of qualified-personnel. That
k a fact which has a direct
Waring on the security and wel welfare
fare welfare of the nation, which re requires
quires requires an efficient civilian serv service
ice service competently staffed at all
In addition to this, there Is
he cost of living factor. Official
Igurei show the cost of living
to be at an all time high. More More-Re
Re More-Re r, there is nothing In the out out-pok
pok out-pok which leads experienced
Iconomlsts to the belief that any
Appreciable decrease in living
iosts can be anticipated in the
tear future. Indeed the consen consensu
su consensu appears to be that a further
tse may be anticipated."
Ebmt vaar fa write mmsie
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Korean Free Election
Resolution is Okayed
By UN. Vole 57 to 8
9 (UP) A U. S. sponsored res resolution
olution resolution caDlng for free elections
and a peacclul settlement in Ko Korea
rea Korea was adopted over Communist
objections by the United Nations
General Assembly's main political
committee today.
The vote was 57-8 with 13 ab abstentions.
stentions. abstentions. The measure called for
continued U. N, efforts to -establish
a "unified, independent, and
democratic government" for all
The resolution called upon the
U. N. commission for the unifica unification
tion unification and rehabilitation of Korea to
"observe and report on elections
throughout Korea and asked all
"states and authorities" to aid the
commission' work. ?
With Hungary absent, Russia
could muster, only the votes of its
seven other satellites against the
measure. Finland and Yugoslavia
joined. 11 members of the Afro-
Asian bloc, led by India, in ab
staining, a-.'
Russia s Semyon K. Tsarapkin,
and Dr. You tChan Yang. Korean
ambassador to Washington,
clashed in the closing stage oi the
debate! Tsarapkio, accused the
United Statesrof s-seeking te. Bse
the U. N. to carry out a policy of
establishing the Seoul government
of President Syngman Rbee as the
supreme, authority for all Korea.
The Korean Peninsula consists
of "two countries which no doubt
will find a peaceful solution if they
are not interfered with," he said.
Yang responded that there ney ney-er
er ney-er bad been two Koreas and there
never would be.
"A further inescapable fact," he
said, "is that the North Korean
regime is a puppet regime im imposed
posed imposed by force.:. ":-
The United States, tonight sub submitted
mitted submitted a resdlution to establish a
five-nation committee' to investl
gate the Hungarian revolt and
called upon Russia and Hungary
to permit the investigators to en enter
ter enter the strife-torn land.
Pals Shine Shoes
To Get Artificial
Leq For Buddy
NEW YORK, Jan. S (UP) Six
pals of Buddy Stoddard have
made $31 in six weeks shining
shoes so that Buddy will have
two legs to walk and run on.
When they shout "Shoe shine,
Mister'' and get a customer it
means another quarter-towards
their goal of $400 for an arti artificial
ficial artificial leg for Buddy. ;
Buddy, whose full monicker Is
Blaine Stoddard Jr.. is 13. His
left leg. was amputated above
the knee iast May due to- can cancer,
cer, cancer, and bis father has faced
$2,300 in medical bills.
So his pals, Ronnie Krebs. 13,
Dennv Opitz, 12. George Povey,
11. Eddie Rusnak, 9 and Buddy's
two brothers Joel, 11, and Lee,
8. hit the sidewalks with their
polishing kits.
They hope to have Buddy off
crutches and walking when he
starts high school next fall.
(ia. Engellon, S. A.
23tti SL NC-12-129
Phone 2-4970 Panama


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Anglo-French Skid
In Prestige Means
German Power Rise
LONDON,- Jan.. 8 (UP) The
British and French failure to win,
the battle of Suei has made Ger
man reunification less likely tnan
over, Soviet officials said here to today.
day. today. Tiie Anglo-French loss of inter intervention
vention intervention were regarded by Soviet
liploinats her as opening the way
f"r Germany to become the strong strongest
est strongest single European power inside
the North Atlantic alliance.
F.y implication, they let it be
known that this made it harder
than ever for Russia to agree to
ary reunification of the Iron Curt
ain-divided nation.
Soviet spokesmen maintain that
West Germany's strength as a
member of the North Atlantic al alliance
liance alliance has increased automatically
with the lowering of the Anglo-
r rrnch position, both diplomatical
ly and otherwise.
' Thry added a veiled warning thai
Russia could not accept this shift
of power in Europe. Moscow would
take these latest developments
"into consideration."
The latest Soviet talks with the
East German Communist leaders
in Moscow may have been the first
"countrr-move" of the Kremlin to
this alleged power shift within the
iNorrn Atlantic treaty alliance.
Adenauer, Heuss
To Pay Separate
Visits To US
BONN, Germany. Jan. 9 (XTP
Wet German Chancellor Konrad
Adrnauer and President Theodor
ileus will pay separate visit i to
the United States soon, informed
sources said today.
It was reported that Heuss prob probably
ably probably would visit the United States
early ia March and tha Adenauer
would follow sometime before
Laster. Easter falls on April 21
mis year. I
Heuss. 73. former history nn-
fessor, never has 'been to th
iP'ted States. Adenauer has Da id
three visits to America, most re recently
cently recently last June.
No Place To Park
NEW YORK. Jan. 9 fCP- A
Putch bicyclist arrived in New
tort today, but be said he would
loave town a fast ;.
Hu"0 De Wys, 23. Bunnik, the
VAklwt Mmrlliuil IK,I
there is no place in the natKm's

m?3est city for him to pitch his



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3 SHOWER, a water heater for the
! shower only. Full price $27.50
completely installed. 7 days frta
trial. One year guarantee.- Call
Panama 3-7357.
FOR SALE: Dalmatian puppies.
Two outstanding puppies, ana
mala, one female, 2 months old
(cheap). Phone Cristobal : 3
FOR SALE: 30-gallon gas wax
tar heater, like new, $40 under
cost. Panama 3-6871.
FOR SALE: Good businasi lo location,
cation, location, 126 Central Avenue, Ca Ca-lidonia.
lidonia. Ca-lidonia. Phona 2-1326.
FOR SALE: G.E. washing ma machine,
chine, machine, 25-eycle, wringer type),
work bench with visa; 24" bay's
bicycle. 742-A Enterprise, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. W -'u
FOR SALE: Brand new Win Win-chcatpr
chcatpr Win-chcatpr Model 63 automatic .22.
rifle. Call Albrook 2201..
LOST: Gold wrist watch and 8 8-day
day 8-day travel clock, New Year's Day.
Reward, na questions asked.
Phone Panama 2-0976 after 5.
Wanted Position
ACCOUNTANT with many year
of experience, now in th am am-.
. am-. ployment of important local con concern
cern concern offer his aarvices. Percl Percl-val
val Percl-val Morrice, P.O. Bo 969, Pan Panama
ama Panama Phona 3-3151.
, Miscellaneous
;FOR RlNT:-fSuita; f jtrai':
ditionad1 affkes 'In cemmarcial
building; Na. -15 last 29th St.
Apply Linda fir Madura, S.A.,
Phona, 3-1691.
FOR RENT: Halrdressing and
dressmaking booth at Salon da
Ballesa Campbell. East 31st St.
Phona 3-3653.
(Contained from Pa 1)
svstem... set nn a aenlrir P1v1l
Service." ;f
Other emnlove Villi 1n th lea-.
islative nopper Include: v :
.-"A postal pay blU. backed hy
AFL-CIO unions would reduce
the number of In-level steps.
It also increases the amount
of annual raises. The starting
salary would be upped from
S2880 tu $4685. Several of the
lower grades would be abollsh-
Optional retirement after SO
years service la covered In an another
other another bill.
One meajmra would nermlt an
employe to be paid up to $6000
under the dual compensation
laws. i .
A hill tn alH retirees would
give them an additional $2500 a
year of federal income in the
tax-free category, "sr s'
Olympic Wrestler
Makes Shop Crab,
Hned In Britain
LONDON. Jan. 9 (UP) A Brit British
ish British Olympic wrea'ler was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to one month In jail today
for shop lifting a powder com
part, i hairbrush and a pair of
pinking sheart.
Ken Richmond, 30. who nivs
"touch giiv" roles In Britih films
between Olympics, n'ended miltv
to stealing the articles, worth
$9.80. in London's Marlborough
street police court,
Nis conviction recafed the re recent
cent recent case of another oivmoie ath athlete.
lete. athlete. Russian woman dlscu throw thrower
er thrower Nins Ponotwareva. who wa
found pn'ttv of jnlifir fv
hts worth $4.. She we freed
afr navine: a fine of M.fw.
.Richmond. brir.e medl win winner
ner winner in the J2 Olymole wt an
also ran at thi year Melbourne
eame. took the articles as a
"stupid nrank," his lawyer told
the court. .-s '
'Dr.' RH Hudson
tor Rock, Hudson wui receive an
honorary doctor of humanities de de-m.
m. de-m. Marietta Colleee. Ohio, in
Toiinlers' Day ceremonies Feh.
14. 1
1 1' id son portrayed Marietta's
"Flving Par"" t'ol. Dean Hess,
in "Battle Hymn." Hes was
fifciter pilot ia World War II and
a flight instructor during the Ko Korean
rean Korean War.


ATTENTION. G. 1.1 Just built
I J !.l t L I
mHm iirnjinn afjaninvniaf
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT : 2-badroem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, porch, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room, laundry and
playgreund, all screened. Call 3 3-3742,
3742, 3-3742, El Csngreje.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom, ate.
madam apartment in El Cangre Cangre-ja.
ja. Cangre-ja. Via Argentina. Screened, hat
water, garage. Far further parti particulars,
culars, particulars, phone Panama 3-4946 ar
FOR RENT: Modern one-bedroom
apartment with : Pullman
kitchen including hat water, bal balcony.
cony. balcony. Phone, between 5-6 p.m.,
3-7192. Campa Alegre area.
FOR RENT: Modern twe-bed-room
apartment with two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living fr dining room com combination,
bination, combination, kitchen, maid's ream
with bath, garage, balcony, pri private
vate private entrance. Phone, between
5-6 p.m., 3-7192. Campa Ale Alegre
gre Alegre area.
FOR RENT: 2-badreem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, separata maid's ream, ga garage,
rage, garage, unfurnished,' in high, cool
locality in El Cangrtjo, $110.
Phone 2-0321 during office
hours and 2-3525 after office
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Private entrance, large liv living
ing living ream, dining room, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, two baths, maid's quar quarters,
ters, quarters, locked garage, Levely resi residential
dential residential section. Phona Panama 3 3-:
: 3-: 0873.; '..''-.t','.v s '-'
. .'FOR RENT: --.Apartment'
.. El. Panama. furnished ar unfur-
nithad, hot water, and : garage.
W Phana i-StH. fi Jw;
"FOR RENTj Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, residential sec sector,
tor, sector, 2 bedrooms. Phona 3-5920.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
ment. Automobile Row? Rent'
$7$ monthly, Call from 6 p.m.,
3-1812 Panama.
ii j i
'Hooligan Excesses
Reported In Poland
WARSAW, Jan. 9 (UP) -A War
saw newspaper today reported a
wave -of 'hooligan excesses"- in
Poland aimed mostly at Jews and
Soviet minority groups.
The newspaper Zycle Warsa vy
reported the growing series of in incidents
cidents incidents amid indications that Po
land's new leadership is becoming
worried about the violence, hos hostility
tility hostility and confusion that developed
in the wake of Poland's: .break
with Stalinism 'r ,i y
There also Is growing evidence
that freedom of the press no
longer is what it was in the first
bloom of the Oct. 19 "revolution"
when "liberal" Wladyslaw Gomnl-
ka took over as Communist party
During the past 10 days, the
press has toned down anti-Soviet
sentiment to -the vanishing poin.
A live television program featur
ing a Democratic party election
rally was faded out "for technical
reasons" when members of the
audience asked such question "I
am not a Socialist or a Commun Communist.
ist. Communist. Can you tell me what candi candidate
date candidate I am supposed to vote for"
in the Jan. 20 parliamentary elec elections.
tions. elections. '., 'f
Zycie Warsa vy. second largest
newspaper in Poland, charged
tht attempts were being mad by
"elements hostile to Poland" to
spread "confusion, cause brawls
and propagate the most fantastic
"Hooligan excesses which' unfor unfortunately
tunately unfortunately have been occurring, for
some time In public olaces, in
front of cinemas, in railway sta stations,
tions, stations, etc., have recently assumed
a chauvinistic (exaggerated patri patriotic)
otic) patriotic) character and are directed
jeainst national minorities.
Ukrainians, Byelo Russians and
Jews," the paper sid.
"Numerous voice t a'o h h-in?
in? h-in? heard demanding reactivation
of the activity of the workers mil mil-l
l mil-l is."
Observers took this to be a rtig-
j.est!on that the police forces
should be strengthened
Funeral Services
Tomorrow For Late
Rirton Forde
Funeral services will h held
tomorrow at 4 o m. in the So
journers Lodge Hall for the late
Barton Forde. who died Monday

at me aire oi i.
A native of Barbados. Mr.
Forde was a retired emplove of
the Panama Canal Co Burial
will take place in the Pueblo
Nuevo Cemetery.'
Mr. Forde 1 survived by hi
wife. Morelda Campbell and
his son. AgusUn.
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Baldwin's furnished ipir t t-mants
mants t-mants at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara.. Box 335 Diabla Hts.
phona Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
beach heuaa. Ona mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUTs 25-cycle
deepfreexe, 25-cycle kitchen
clock. Also small rotary convert converter
er converter from 25 to 60 cycles. Phone
Kelly. Balboa 1258.
Race-Letter Sender
To Face Indictment
On Anonymous Notes
DETROIT, Jan. 9 (UP) An un unemployed
employed unemployed Detroit advertising man
and Republican hanger-on was in indicted
dicted indicted today on charges of send sending
ing sending 6,000 racial-tainted letters in into
to into Detroit, v ;
A federal grand jury returned
a two-count- indictment against
John R. McAlpine. The U, S. at attorney's
torney's attorney's office said Mc Alpine was
expected to turn himself in and be
arraigned before Federal Judge
Arthur A. Koschinski.
The letters Were' sent into De Detroit
troit Detroit wards With heavy Negro pop populations
ulations populations just, before ; the Nov. 6,
election. They 1 urged voters tof
vote Democratic; because 't ha tf
fictitious' "council of White Citi
zeris of Atlanta, Ga.'
State Republican headquartecs
here said McAlpine was not a
party ouiciai or regularly em
ployed by,. the, party,., but hj
worked- around, headquarters
ficel during the" camDaign.J
- Asst Distr Attvi Gaoree Won,r1s
declined to elaborate on how Ic-
Aipine prepared the- letters or
where the money for their prep preparation"
aration" preparation" nd, shipment to Atlanta
came, from,".' vr-v;.f.',-;w
Wood.; said.; ah I FBI Inves tiga tiga-tion
tion tiga-tion determined .' the letters "'had
actually been nreoared and arl.
dressed in "Detroit and take n td
Atlanta-lor mailing. The indict
ment charges that McAlpbjie 1 a
personauy responsible." j ;
-Woods said violation of tlie 1iu
prohibiting publication or dfistribu dfistribu-tion
tion dfistribu-tion of anonymous: political litera literature
ture literature is a misdemeanor pafishable
uy i,uw nne or one year 'in prls
on or both.. c
Molher ol JwK ;
Dad of Two psr
Run AYay, Caiiqhl
A 20-year-old, chestnut haired
mother of. triplets adre ltted today
that she left her hcildj-en in Wau Waukesha,
kesha, Waukesha, Wis., to be with her lover
. Both were jailed- today on
charges fit abandoning their child
They were identified as Loretta
Wurner, 20, and Eugene Bemiis.
?, Jonesvule, Wis. father of a
3-year-old boy and a 2-vear-old
pirL They were an-ested at the
request of the shei iff of Jeffer
son County Wis. i
U guess I started the new vesr
off wrong," the young mother
Mrtbed. "It isn't that I don't love
my children. I t howered them
with presents on Christmas Day.
but New Year's Day Gene and I
ran away so we could be togeth
She said she w:is unmarred.
Bemus, a television repairman
said he was estranged from his
wife and that aeoarations nro-
ceedinfs were fnder way.
"I teve my children, but Loret
ta and I decided to come here
because we're; in love," he sail
Batea, Spanish
Classes To Be
Resumed At JWB
' The JWB batea deenratinff and
5?panUh clates. which recessed
during the 'Christ ma holidays.
will be resumed thig week at the
ufew-jw armed Forces service
Center.- - -Both
classes are held eyerv
Thursday night beginning at
7:30 pro. TThe batea class, com comprised
prised comprised of Iservicemen and their
dependent mainly, have few
vacancies for Interested oersona
ho may 'assure themselves of
the vacatvcles by rerlsterlnir with
the USO-JWB. BaJboa 1072.
There is. no charge for the
course which lasts for 10 weeks
and Is nder the airection of
Arthur hlokray.
Tne upanisri class can also
abforb' but a few yacancies. No
previous knowledge of Spanish
is rrecetary in the conversa-
finnaJ rouru riff or at mih
lie service by tn USO-JWB. I

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FOR REhJT: Chalet, residential
sector; 4 bedrooms, hot water,
fenced. 7 th Street Golf Heights.
Phone 2,-2407 ar 3-3641.
FOR REMT: Cottage at Na. 18
Uruguay Avenue. Far Inform..
tion plione 3-3305.

Ke'fauver a Loser Again; i

Jri Senator Wins a Post
ICeef Has Lost Four Times

For thA tnurth timn Qan ITufne
Kef auver (D-Tenn.j has lost out to
a senator with less seniority ift his
bid for a coveted seat on the Sen
ate. Foreign Relations Committee:
Kefauver was passed, up Vs-.
frday in favor of $tn. John F.
y.ennedy (D-Maas.) ta fill th
t nly currant vacancy on the
Kennedy; KefaUver's iihsuccess-
rui rival for the Democratic Vipe-
(oresideptial nomination last year,
rias Deen in tne benate for iour
years, Kefauver' for eight; ; f
'The time-honored seniority role
for doling out committee assign-J
ments is cracking up among Sen
ate Democrats. Thus, the Senate
voted 14 to 0 to give the foreign
relations seat to Kennedy, despite
neiauver s senior claim, in mak making
ing making a new set of ; committee as assignments.
signments. assignments. :-
Republican Senators., who en-
force the seniority rule much more
strictly expected to complete theif
committee tssingments today.":- :,
?ln 1953 and 1955. Kefauver'a an.
pucation tor me loreign relations
committee was passed over when
Vacancies went to Sens. Mike
Mansfield (D-Mont.) and Wayne L.
Morse tD-Ore.) and the late Sen.
Ainen w. Barkley, all of whom had
junior claims. : 4:
During the four years that Sen.'
Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas has
been Democratic floor leader, the
party leadership- has been bending
the seniority rule. Johnson has
Senators Prep
For Struggle
On Filil
A proup of northern Senators seiz
ed on part of an advisory opinion
1 t i n rt 1 I 1
oy vice rresiaem..m?nara in.
on today for a new and probably
doomed attempt to curb filibusters.
At the same time the group pro proposed
posed proposed a dozen civil rights bills-
many past victims of filibusters or
threats of filibusters by southern
Senators. r
Sen.: Hubert H. Humphrey (D (D-Minn.)
Minn.) (D-Minn.) said he would introduce
a resolution this afternoon dec declaring
laring declaring that section 3 of Senate
rule 22 is unconstitutional. Ho
said he would ask for an Im Immediate
mediate Immediate vote.
Section 3 allows unlimited deba
on a motion for the Senate to'
consider any bill. Southerners can
use this device to talk civil' rights
measures to death before the bills
are even formally before the Sen Senate
ate Senate for a vote, r
Southern Senators huddled yes yesterday
terday yesterday and were ready -for the
move. Under Sdiate rules, Hum Humphrey's
phrey's Humphrey's call for an immediate vote
could be countered by debating it
until 2 p.m. when his motion would
automatically go to the rules com committee.
mittee. committee.
Sen. Richard B. ftussell (D-Oj.)
said, "I think we are ready for

We Announce r. -v-t-
Celebrating Our 30th ANNIVERStRY
Starting this FRIDAY, JANUARY Uth. ; ry-


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t LEARN SPANISH with Mrs. Ro Ro-,
, Ro-, mero'i practical conversational
isystam. Calla "I" No. 26, Apt.
(!;-( near Key Club).
Help Wanted
WANTED: General maid. Musi
live in. References. Apt. 4, Edi
f icio Monterrey, Via Argentina,
. II i.angreo.
fought for a nolicv that e'v r
Democratic Senator, even a fresh
man, -should baye at least one
'good" committee-. cy J4
474 Tons of Scrap
Offered -for Safer ;
See if in Balboa
! h 1
i The Panama Panul "rtntnna n'
Is now advertising; for sale 474
net tons of ferrous scrtip, metals.
Bids on the scrap will be open opened
ed opened at J0:30 a.m. Jan.l8ln the
office of the Superintendent i of
Storehouses in alboa.,
J Listed for sale a're'50 tons of
bushellng: 20a tons ot cnt hoops,
netting, fence wire and T-cable;
80 tons ,of galvanized bushellng;
60 tons of .railroad rails;. 50 tons
of cast Iron; 20 tonjj of Hrans Hrans-torfner;lan4inae;:and
torfner;lan4inae;:and Hrans-torfner;lan4inae;:and Ji tons of
brake shoes, metal helmets and
nigr ,- a trengthj, bronze glands. -,
The property- may-toV' inspect-1
ed between the hours of 7 and
11. a.m. and 12-noon -to 4 p.m.
Mondays through .Fridays by
contacting the foreman of sec section
tion section "I" of the Balboa Store
' ....... ij-:
Slates Busy Times
VhileU S.fs Giiesl
D.UBUN, Jan. S (UP) Duhlin'i
Jewish Lord Mayor, Robert Bris Briscoe,
coe, Briscoe, was already received more
than 1,500 invitations. fe his visit
to thf3.u:S. next March." ..
. ,. ,:. - v
Attendance at thV St. "patrick'g
Day parade in New York, is a'
must, but- after that Briscoe -will
rely on his public relations officer
to sort out the invitations, ; e f;
Briscoe leaves Shannon .-Airport
on March 14 on a K.L.M. Dutch
airlines plane piloted by .his son.
Vftcr the St Patricks Day oara.le
he will visit Boston, returning to
New York on March 21. Some of
his other engagements, include
trips to Neward. N. Jersey March
74, Washington March 26, and Los
Anccles March 31. While he is in
Hollywood he will discuss a re- i
quest from one of the movie- corn-
names to film his life story.
Briscoe has lent his aid to two
countries seeking freedom. Ireland
and Israel. During the" Anglo-Irish,
strupgle he went to German
the request of former Premier' Ea-
mon De-Valera to buy gims for the
cause of starting up a Jewish tat tat-in
in tat-in IsraeL He ia one of the most no-
pular deputies in the Dail (parlia (parliament)
ment) (parliament) where he represents the da
Valera party in the Dublin south
west constituency. - ;
2 2374
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Service Calls
as late as

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Feudal Kingdom.

: Mobilizes To Fight

, Brilish Troops ;

LONDON, ijan. f (UP) The
feudal Arab kingdom of the
tiu4o was rjnnrten mo-

bUizinft its army after declaring
; virtual- sUte of war against
: Britain over a frontier dispute
which has been going on for
i nearly 50 years. - r
i Aden reports said about 12,000
' Yemeni troops have converged
; on Taia where their king, iman
i Ahmed, lives. in tite, "palace oi
i From V&t Yemeni capital at
V Bana the Imam's official radio
broadcast charges that British
. troops supported by tanks and
i armored cars were, -fighting on
' Yemen territory. . f. r
V In London the' colonial office
. said that Royal AJr Force planes
in the BriUsh-admlnisted Aden
- protectorate had been in action
; against "Intruders from the Ye Ye-;
; Ye-; men.' : :,
" "Tbey have not been In ac ac-;
; ac-; Hion 1b Yemen,".- spokesman
- said. .1 ""
leaders Try yf i
To Salvage Mi's
Crumbling Parlf- :
s T0ME Jtn. (UPl K'hte"n
veteran Marxists meet today to
try to brevent the me World's
lsrrest communist party from
. falling apart ; ;
The Italian Communist Par Par-tvs
tvs Par-tvs brain trust gather 4n secret
In the red brick party head headquarters
quarters headquarters cuarded by squads of
r nmmuntst strong-arm '. mea
rvrn the time of the long-dels?
red meeting was kept secret,
, though It was to be sometime
t:-', morning.
:i foUows a fantastic party

Ohio Man Confesses,
Denies Sheppard,
Slernbaum Murders
CHICAGO, Jan. 9 (UP) Po Po-i.m
i.m Po-i.m tvta jsnmrht information

from Ohio authorities on a

former taxicao onver wno cou cou-ocqh
ocqh cou-ocqh anH lat.fir denied he was

hired to kill Mrs. MarUyn Shep-

nara ana anotner wuran..,
Bohert ClinaBe.30. 'Mansfield,

Ohio, tslephoned police Satur

day nmht alter a drmxmg doui
on1 ntfprprf tn rnnff ss the SheD-

pard murder and the unsolved
claying of Mrs. Max Sternbaum

at Mansfield, omo, lwc o, ivsi.
Clln:ig3 was questfoned by
Capt. John Butler of the Mans Mans-fi.M
fi.M Mans-fi.M n'niir denartment. who

happened to be, here on busi business,
ness, business, and told conflicting sto stories.
ries. stories. Later, he recanted ana said
fcc never murdered anyone.
Butler, who returned to Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield late Sunday, requested that
Clinage be held pending further
information and Investigation.
Cllnagf told police he had
been paid $1,000 each to slay
Mrs. Suoppard and Mrs. Stern Sternbaum.
baum. Sternbaum. He said he made the
murdec pact with a stranger he
met on a corner in Cleveland.
Mrs. Sheppard was bludgeon bludgeoned
ed bludgeoned to death July 4, 1954, at her
hnma In the Cleveland suburb

if Bay Village; Her husband, Dr.

&am a. cneppara, an ostcopaui,
was sentenced to life Imprison Imprisonment
ment Imprisonment cr her murder.
mint pttmhium wu he ten to

oeath at her home in Mansfield.

Butler ea!d her nusoano ownea
a grocery store chain.

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By Calbraith

Congress last month tn which
the leadership and even, the
Kremlin were sharply attacked,
expulsions of prominent party
members, a serious membership
slump, loss of control of many
labor unions, and a possible gov government
ernment government crackdown.


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Hatemongering Convict Claims
Integration May Bring Bloodshed

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-AiSrMr warned NAACP has Kone into Federal

today that a


Knoxvllle. Tenn., scnoois
lead to more 'race riots

Kasper, who figured in the
ClmtonT Tenn. ,integt on
riots last fall, called a White
Citizens Council "strategy ses ses-s:on
s:on ses-s:on to plan demands on the
Tennessee legislature now in
fraesuit filed last Monday by
tri- National, Assn. for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement Oj -Colored People
will arouse legislative suPPrt oI
White demands for bolstering
Tennessee segregation laws,
KTheeriega&tures of Tennessee
and South Carolina, also jut
beginning its. 1957 sewion, were
exacted to:; receive packets of
bills, designed ', to keep schools
segregated regardless of court
act SAnth rarol na legisla

ture yesterday received a bi
maHn it Vv. f VcP to
ran.lzations as' the NAACP tok
use lawsuits to promote its
PKaspeSr, in calling for the citi citizens
zens citizens council rally at Knoxvil e
within a week,, said such law lawsuits
suits lawsuits help .the segregationists
cause bv intensifying oPPsitin
to racial mingling in the South

court at this time...", Kasper

"Vn better surroort for Tea

nessee White Citizens Council

segregation proposals could have
been forthcoming.
Kasper, 27, is now under a
12-month Federal prison sen sentence
tence sentence for defying a Federal
injunction in stirr'ng up op-
position to opening the all all-white
white all-white Clinton high school to
Negroes. He is appealing.
The native of Camden, N. J.,

formerly operated a book store

in Washington, d.c., dui now

calls Clinton his "home".

Little League

Air Fares Reduced
To Colombian Cities
,-, -m war reductions rang-

IMW to. $71.80 on roundtrms

between tnree V"Z'
Miami and Panama are being
put in effect January 6 by Pan
American World Airways Sys-
tCThe new roundtrip fare be between
tween between Medellin and Miami is
$11 as compared to the present
tourist fare of $226.80: the Ca-li-Miaml
fare is reduced from
$259.20 to $188, and the Bogota Bogota-Miami
Miami Bogota-Miami lourtdtrlp is $182 com compared
pared compared ,to $240.
Other roundtrip excursion
are: Panama to Bogota, re reduced
duced reduced from $90 to $72: Panama
to Call. $85 to $78. and Panama
to Medellin. $57.50 to $45.
The excursion rates are In
effect all year, but the round round-trio
trio round-trio must be completed' in 30
days. Passengers are allowed 66
pounds free baggage. ..-?
Jointing Pan. American In the
' ffre reductions are Its as associates,
sociates, associates, Aerovias Naclonales de
Colombia (Avianc); and Pan
American-Grace Airway. (Pana-gra).

Girls 7, Boys 3

Ten babies were born at Coco
Solo Hospital during the week
ending at midnight Jan. 2, ac according
cording according to the regular hospital
report. During the same period,
76 patients were admitted and

57 were discharged.

Babies were born to the fol

lowing United States citi2ens:
AN and Mrs. Jose Dominguez,
of Coco Solito, daughter: SFC

and Mrs Leonard Sprankle, of

Fort GuucKv son; Rev. and Mrs.
Reginald wheatley, of New Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, -daughter; CpK and Mrs.
Jack Seely, of Coco Solito,
daughter; Sgt. and Mrs. Julio

Marrero, of Coco Solito, and Lt.
Cql. and Mrs. Robert Townsend,

or Fort Gullck, daugnter.
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following parents of Panamanian
nationality: Mr. and Mrs. Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Babb, of Colon, son; Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Hurtado, of
Colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Kardonski, of Colon, son;
and Mr. and Mrs. Bertram At Atkinson,
kinson, Atkinson, of Colon, daughter.

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BACK IIOME Covering her face from the camera, actress
Marie McDonald is shown leaving a hospital in Indio, Calif.,
accompanied by actor Michael Wilding. The blonde rfilm 'ac
tress was returning to her home after telling, police m. har
rowing tale of being kidnapped. She was later .reported more
upset that no one seemed to believe her story. i

She's Given Chance to Deny Stoiy,-

But 'Body' Sticking by Kidnap Fact

"Let t?U people know thf truth arid the country l $afe Abraham Lincoln; 1

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PanCdnal-ers May Adam TryFbr Career Incentive Avards

To Be Given 7n May tfo 10 Oustanding Federal Employes

Bicycle Glosses
Set On Saturday
Canal Zone police will conduct
classes in bicycle safety at Diablo
Clubhouse at 9 a.m. on Saturday.
; Riders are asked to bring slips
of paper bearing their names and
Sgt. Walter Alves will be the Ins Instructor,
tructor, Instructor, j i
,; Similar classes are planned for
the following Saturday in Balboa.

Actress Marie McDonald w a s
given a formal police report of
her kidnaping storytoday, to
look over and sign, and if she
does, she will be Regally; bound
to- her story.
Hep attorney, Jerry' MGleslier,
explained, that if the report
and also a statement she made
to officials after she wi
found in the desert turned out
to be a hoax, she could be
prosecuted for a misdemeanor.
The ereen-eved blonde also was

shown hundreds of photographs

of criminals in tne nope sne
mav soot the two men she says

planned to hold her for $80,000

ransom last Friday. ene aisu
helped artists draw a composite
picture of the suspects by select selecting
ing selecting their likelinesses from the

Miss McDonald said sne ten

"more rested" today but "I still
have nausea often."

Police officials conferred on

the case with Chief William H.

Parking this morning and this

afternoon held a preview or
"The Great Kidnaping." a sound

film they shot' yesterday of the
actress restaginjj the crime. One
official who viewed the "rushes"

remarked the beauty "should at
least win a police acadamy a-ward."

Michael Wilding, current boy

friend of the actress, remained

by her side "to cheer her-up. A

ponce Doayguara aiso was as assigned
signed assigned to guard the house. ,
"I feel safer with a .man. at
round," the actress said nervous nervously.
ly. nervously. "This isn't the first time
somebody has tried to kidnap

me iwo men Droits into my
home seven years airo and said

they wanted "The Body.' I can't

rememoer, put I tnmit they were

caugni. v-

In the Los Angeles police crime
laboratory, capt. Ray pinker

tested the pajama tops Miss Mc

Donald was wearing when she
was found hysterical on1 the

desert. Pinker said he would look

for "stains, debris or anv for

eign material that would help
us figure more about the case."
The bottom of th pajamas"
still is missing, along with the
blonde's black patent leather'
tote bag containing- diamond
trinkets,, pale blue panties and
a blue brassiere.

Strong-Arm Stuff
(UP) Police and the State Park
Service were on the lookout today
for two 30-pound lions. But there
was no cause for alarm, Someone
apparently carted off the lions from
the- Killearn Gardens. Both are
made of stone.

Employes of the company-

Government will again be elven

an opportunity to compete as
candidates for the third annual
carper i service awards to be
presented far May to ten' out

standing Fderal employe.

v" Participation hr the nroMam

hag been approved by Gqvernor
W. E. Potter and Company-Government
Bureau Directors- have
been asked to recommend em employes
ployes employes who will be considered
for the Governor's nomination:'

This will be the third year that

Canal employes have competed

as candidates in the program

wnicn is sponsored by tne Na National
tional National Civil service League, 'i .a
non-partisan citizen's organiza organization
tion organization for good government., y
J. Palmer Smith Chief of
the Division of Sanitation was
nominated for the first awards;
program and received a e'ta-v
tion from the National Servr
Ice League. Last : year, clta-
tions were received by Vincent

Biava, Lead Foreman Machin Machinist
ist Machinist fci the Dredging Division;
Clarence W. K-'lbey, Assistant

ManyUp$ b Downs
In A Drinlcer's Life
'NEW -YORK, "Jinr 9 (UP) -Richard
Simmons 41. landoH in

jail, today because of "too many

ups and downs."
An ,Hif and down" is a drink,
k"'explained. v.,f
''You take ; a f beer and put a
shot ,0 whiskey in' it," he said.
"Then you take some wine I like

port, best and Tnlx the three of

tliemi Last night, was up until I
had four of them, and then I was
In short, he passed out on a
Magistrate Richard F.' Daly was
so impressed he sentenced Sim Simmons
mons Simmons to only -10 days in jail in instead
stead instead of the usual 30 for unau unauthorized
thorized unauthorized snoozing' on a subway.

to the General Manager of
the Service Center 'Division;
and Elmer J5. Stevens, Struc Structural
tural Structural Engineer in the En-"
gineering Division. i
The program is designed to in increase
crease increase the prestige of the- pub
lie service. by: 'bringing, to
tional prominence some of the
significant careers In Federal
Service., Both men and women

employes serving in,, all grades
and salary levels are eligible lor
nomination.- Consideration I, will


JERSEY CITY, N. J.. Jan. 9
(UP) t Detectiver Michael Viacl Viacl-tore
tore Viacl-tore -and'!: John Giflen vummtureA

through more than 300 bags of
laundry yesterday in quest of three

oigroono : rings which had been
caught up in the wash by mistake.
They finally found the rin v..

lued at $3,000, attached to a brass

iere. ...

It's Principle).. Not Principal, in Monaco
As Tiff Develops Oyer That Casino Stock

PARIS, Jan, 9 (UP) r The big- pi. -not prlnelp., ef the dl- chos called In Thorp td decide how

gest Industry in the Kingdom of

Kelly, otherwise known as Monaco,

may pass into the sole ownership
of Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle
Onassis today.

Onassis has lust 24 hours to

pay his brother in-law Greek
shipping tycoon Stavros Niarchos
$400,000 for his share of the fam

ous Monte Carlo Casino, the big

gest tourist ana foreign exchange
draw in the postage stamp-sized

Mediterranean principality ruled

over by Prince Rainier and Prin

cess Grace, s -

The meaey Is amere bagatello
t both ef them. But the prlncl-

put grew to Important that 'they

got -Rene Therp, : President ef
' the Paris Bar, to referee it.
According to court records here,
Niarchos bought 258,000 dollars

'worth of stock from Onassis in the

Societe Dei Bains De Mer, the ca casino's
sino's casino's holding company, but de

cided he wanted out when it didn't

give him a big enough say in run

ning the casino, i,.,; r

) Niarchos bought the stock in 1953,

and casino business has improved
since,;' what with Prince Rainier,
Princess Grace and alL
. Since the stock is not on the

open market, Onassis and Mar-



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Thorp handed down his decision
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Onassis should pony up by Jan. 10
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His,decision Is not legally binding
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gnawed a hole in a gas pipe
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