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

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1 INTIRNA T I O N A W A I IWATI
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PANAMA, E. P., THURSDAY JANUARY JW, 1957
ETYX CSSTJ
In His State of the Union Message

Si

Ike Asks Every A m en can:
tfo Help Bririg World Order
v' WASHINGTON, Jan.' 10 (UP). President Eisenhower called today for a new
'measure of American unity and effort to continue prosperity at home and meet the
'continuing threat of ''a strongly armed im perialistio dictatorship' abroad. r
' In his annual State of the Union message, Mr. Eisenhower asked not only for
the cooperation of Congress but Va. personal effort of dedication," by every Ameri-'
can to help establish "a secure world order"
-f 1 He said that in such a world the United States can continue to prosper and
resources 'now dissipated on the armaments of warcan be. released by all nations

to help raise the worm sianuam w

Mr. Eisenhower delivered nis
J500-word tfea .m Pfon be-
1 fore a jomi b&huvu. w
fcnd Senate.
i tvi. iomist.ip front. Mr, Ei
.enhower found merlca enjoyj
inr n unorecedented peak pi
prosperity. .
But-4ie said there .-In con continuing
tinuing continuing threat of inflation which
Acheson Finds
Ike's Doctrine

'Hazardous
" WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 (UP)
Democratic former Secretary
of state Dean Acheson opposed
, president Eisenhower's Middle
- East doctrine today as rfar too

, hazardous ,. course, evcu vv
- hinted at." tr:X.:FZ
, Acheson lold the House For
. ,rnmmittee tnat
Mr. Eisekhower't ; request for
t.s,
, standby iaUtftomr w e w-mil-itary
force aeainst a p
nilJtary force aeainsi j
f:ommunls fteattoa.'aW
P'.ddle East "sonnd perilous!
1 another approach lto tne
,;. ;
vm. t. ho v V
rat Truman's t;ocreUuy oi
said Mr. .Eisenhower's re re-.
. re-. "not- only unnneces-
f "ts.
qvest
s'rv but undesirable" and tne
authority sought was
ari vague." -,. --. :
.t. com v.i nalvsls oi
the

J P ssldent's request and the
Sanation Riven yt BeerettnMjf
. mate John Foster Dulles con-
vfneed him the effect would toe
to grant the president power to
. use atomic warfare it he, felt
: wf necessary. v ;,W
? "This is reddest talk," Aie Aie-nn
nn Aie-nn &ld "Varue phrases whicn
to?any but the most vital dan dan-.
. dan-. ier by nuclear retaliation car-
: leTedoriiobeliejend m
I canse a fatal miscalculation
C2There can be no bluf here.-
leheson -recommended that
Congressrefuse Mr. -Elsenhow-
er-s request and approve Instead
. i-n- .laration autJDorting

the presldentin his opposition
to Soviet intervention. -,
Iciia Policemen Hab
Youth VN Prebbed
Purse On RP Side
A Panamanian youth who cut
a woman's handbag away from
her yesterday, then darted from
his would-be captors into the
Canal Zone, 'didn't get. away.
Alter alL ' ''
A Canal Zone policeman ar arretted
retted arretted him in front of the An An-con
con An-con Post Olfice and held him
for Panamanian muthorities.
" The youth slashed the uniden unidentified
tified unidentified woman's handbag away
from the straps on the Panama
aide of TivoU Avenue. She cried
out, and two other boys grabbed
the confused culprit. The hand hand-ba?
ba? hand-ba? was returned. 1U $3 still in intact.
tact. intact. T- " ''
He .broke away from his can canton
ton canton and dashed across to Gor Gorges
ges Gorges Road. But while he was de deciding
ciding deciding which way to run, a Zone
police car cruised up, a patrol patrolman
man patrolman stepped from it and col
lared the young man..
From there, the Zone police policemen.'
men.' policemen.' followed by the Panama
police, proceeded to Canal Zone
police headquarters Where the
youth was turned over to Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian authorities. ; ;
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One More Fined
For Drunk Driving
In Cone! Zone
. 1
Fablo Arosemena.: a 35-yeaN
old American who was driving
on Ehaler Rosd at 1:55 a m. to today
day today -ag found culltv. in Balboa
V-i'-'is rate's Court of bein in
toxicated while at the wheel of
veh'r'e
He was fined $100 arid given
a 5-day suspended sentence.

can materially damage the cur

rent economy.
He called on business to a
o'd "unnecessary price in increases'
creases' increases' at a time when de demand
mand demand In many areas "presses
hard on short supplies." .- -He
also said that wage in increases
creases increases and other labor bene
fits, should be "reasonable relat related"
ed" related" to productivity v
He said that pay boosts that
outrun prices ana proauctivity
contribute to inflation .
To maintain stable economic
erowth.- Mr. Elsenhower recom
mended that Congress undertake
a broad national lnauiry" into
the entire American financial
sytem.
in in troubiea international
field, the President said the
exlstenr of "a stronrlv armed
imperialistic ditactorship" ob
viously Russia and her satellites
threatened the peace of the
world and, consequently, the
security of the United States.,:!
He repeated h's recommen recommendation
dation recommendation for an "open skies',' a a-greement
greement a-greement among nations for
mutual Inspection of arma
ments by "unarmed aerial sen-r
tinels..;; ;
And' he again recommended'
that the United Nations persist
toward the goal of reduced ar armaments,
maments, armaments, pledging; thl coun country's
try's country's continued efforts in this
direction. ,,; s. .f..
The Chief Executives delayed
until his Jan. IS budget message
the bulk of his detailed leglsU-
III V r; ii:UHJllluaiium,
'!' hofpvpr. he did ln-
t. i.,,euiic reouesU:
1. A school construction bill
which should be given "high
priority.". ;, .:
2. A four-point clvu .rights
program" which he recom recommended
mended recommended last year, but which
dd not pass Congress, v f
5, Prompt action on legisla
tion to "regularize" the status
of Hungarian refugees admitted
to this country, as parolees. He
also Said he shortly would 'send
Congress a special message ask asking
ing asking for changes in the immigra immigration
tion immigration laws. ' ,' '
A. An appreciable increase in
appropriations for the U.S. In Information
formation Information Agency to strengthen-
the voice of freedom against
Communist propaganda.
5. Congressional authorization
of full U.S. participation in the
More Than 10
(On ;Canal Zone
. u'y' rr--y;'
'Use of profane a-nd obscene
language In t h e presence of
women and children was the
charge in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today against bus-passenger
Lloyd Griffin, jr, a 23-year-old,,
Panamanian. ; (
. Bat the four-letter word was
not spoken aloud in court. ..
When the time came for Its
entrance into the testimony
Judge John R Demlng permit permit-ted
ted permit-ted policeman Welter Alves to
whisusr the word across the
bench rail Into the lurists's ear.
The Judge said.hat since one
group of women and children
had already had to listen to it
on a bus he saw no reason to
embarrw' other females and
minors, bT hearing it spoken In
the courtroom. ;
. ,i
- Defendant Griffin pleaded
rullty to the use Of the word and
decorously expressed his regret.
- TT'r,aid his $5 fine and a B-
day jail sentence meted oat .tor
him suspenoea.--
y Griffin heran to sound orr
shortly before 7 p.m. yesterday
when the lighting arrangements
on the bus- Irritated bis eyes.
pasen?ers thought he bad had
t-few drinks,
. He uttered "the word" several
times, as he changed seats, fi-
Sally chrtosing a place beside a
tt.le etrl
t irritation then spread to the
b"S pssseneers and the driver
who started looking-for; a Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone policeman.
At the next bus-rtorf there wai
no poll'-erpn. but GrifTln left
the bus. That seemed to end
th inrdTit.
Put It didn't.
The bus made s!? hradway In
trifric Wlipn the vf'-'rl reach reached
ed reached the nxt buq f p. Griffin
wa
w3it'Tg. jauiit.:v he step-
pea aboard.
. Pot t tht moirer.t somebody
ispled Policemsa Alves, who led

international atomic energy 'a-

eency.
Mr. Eisenhower said that,
through future messages from
him or department heads, the
Administration will submit spe
cial recommendations for legis
lation involving a broad range
oi subjects. -
These will Include Federal
financial affairs, defense, the
administration of justice, agri agriculture,
culture, agriculture, "urgently needed" in increases
creases increases in postal rates, domes-a
tie and foreign commerce, nat natural
ural natural resources, labor, health,
atomic energy, public works
and labor-maangement t rela relations.
tions. relations. ; ..... ff r
. On the international front,
Mr. Eisenhower renorted ms
concern over the threat of so
viet aggression in the Middle
East.- ., ,.y". :.r
Obviously ware of Democra
tic opposition to the scope of
the authorization he requested
of Congress to cope with this
threat, h said today that "this
matter is or vital, ana immedi
ate importance" to the security
and neace of he' .nation and the
free world. A
Mr. Eisenhower last Satur Saturday
day Saturday asked a special Joint ses session
sion session of Congress for stand by
authority' to, use American
armed forces; If necessary, to
combat any Communist ag aggression
gression aggression In the Kiddle East
. area.-. ri ..V,;.";' .-i :
He coupled this with a pre-,
posed economic aid program-
for the Middle Fast. A ..,
T'v,-y he said:-
"By our proposed Droeramsln
the Middle East we hope to as
slst in establishing a climate In
which constructive and- long-
term solutions to basic problems
of the area" may be sought."
in the, domestic ieid. Mr, El
senhower explained that his de
tailed farm program ror 1957
would be outlined in the budget
message. ...:,.''. ,:-,
But in tne meantime, ne said.
he found that "the long slide in
farm Income has been halted
and that further Improvement
is in prospect.'
He called this heartenine
progress;, and promised that the
administration would see it con
stantly new ways by which farm
families could share more fully
in the unprecedented prosperity
of the nation
Get The
Bus At; That)
Griffin away. What words Grlf-
nn used in addressing the offi
cer did not become a subject of
court inquiry ; 1 ?
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OFF TO WASHINGTON Headed by Ambassador Julian f. Harrington, left and Governor
VYUiiam K. Potter, a proup "of American officials left today for .Washington on official fcusi fcusi-nesv
nesv fcusi-nesv They niil confer on proposed legislation to implement the 1955 Treaty between' the
United State and Panama. With the Ambassador and. the Governor were Edward A. Doo Doo-lan.
lan. Doo-lan. Fer.--.'! Director, of the Panama Canal Company with briefcase: Col..Robert U May,
Deputy Chief of staff, Caribbean Command, carry in coat; and JTrancia LajnbcrW Labor At Attache
tache Attache at the Embassy.

m

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THE CAST of USO Camp-Shows Presents "California Christmas Oaieties', arrived by plane
yesterday afternoon at Albrook AFB to begin -a week's engagement at various post theaters
and hospitals around the Isthmus, These -Hollywood beauties are part of the troupe: They are
(left to right) pat Aylward, Judy Moorhouse, Ruby Ody, Peggy Dletrick, Ann Donovan, Meg
Myles and Jeanne Hiller. Scheduled performances kare: Albrook AFB theater, today andto.
morrow 8 p.m.: Qorgas Hospital, tomorrow-3- p.m.J ; Fort Kobbe theater, Saturday, 8p.tn.; 8p.tn.;-15th
15th 8p.tn.;-15th Naval pistrict, Cummins Hall, Sunday, 8 p.m.r Fort Oulick theater, Monday; 8 p.m.;
Coco Solo Hospital, Tuesday. 2 p.m., and Coco Solo theater, ; Tuesday, 8 p.m. The opening
night performance last night was at Fort Clay ton. ;-i v "--.v- (U.S. Army Photo)

Canal Traffic. :.
Continues Heavy
This Hcnfii v
Traffic tins continued
Vi c ov u
"fvii-nnffh the nanal during ; tne
first davs of January, an in-.
fnrmol riprk i of north tLJl a
southbound transits for the first
eight days of the montn roveaij.
5hips of over 300 tons, boui
eommexcalli -and government,
moved as follows: x
....
Jan.
1
2
3
,4'
5
;.!;
8
s 7
.;;..,...
13
14 ...
. .-. 14 ?
7,.
13
&
15
10
14
13
18
12
14
19
23
25
.? 23
;,U24
i 27
.,23
23
,.180
Total
!Thi figures out at a dally
average of 22.. 3,- ocean oing
ships of 300 tons or more. ;
Idle Threat
nir.TTtnrr. JanV (UP)
George Yates, 54, Wd firemen who
rrivfd on, threetruckf he had
turned in an' alm because four
young toughs ni wireateneo: mm.
Yates was fine $150 and placed on
a year's probation.
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lay,

Lewis Wood. Balboa Senior, Named
No. 1 West Point Candidate in Zone

tewls W. 'Wood, -'Balbos ItiRhlmar.ger of Ihe'UoM Washingtontham r;'lace at-2 r r"i' '' rv" -'t

School seolor- h tlVrn ror"rt'!',o!m .cio. is ine rauanon cuur

hxr r.nv w K Pri ier it Di'incioal
c.iiiaiaaie trom uie uanm tnn w
the United-States Military Acade Academy
my Academy at West Point, to. fill the vac vacancy
ancy vacancy which will occur in June by
the graduation of Cadet Donald S.
znDo. m i' f -x- ;
; i At Hw mei tlm M was an announced
nounced announced Jhat Robert B.,Hamil..
; ten; Jemet t Pri Oertld
:, A. Durfee hat eeea nmed, ir$t,
second and third alternates, rt rt-.
. rt-. pectively. All three are Balboa
Mink School tniori. ..i-
'The nominations were announced
in letter sent to the four young
mn hv Potter, who congratulated
them on: their records, both in
their school work and their exam
inations. v.- fj-, '---.
..vnnnff Wood is the. son of Mrs.
Lillian W. Wood, who is employed
as a dietitian at Gorga a Hospital.
He was bora in Panama and has
acnuireil most of his education in
the Balboa' Elementary x and Sec
ondary schools. He noma iwrra
of Beutenant in the Balboa Unit
of the Junior Reserve Officers
Training Corps. He is a memoer
of, the Rifle Team and attended
Boy"! State during nis junior year
in Balboa High School.
Robert B. Hamilton wis oorn in
New York but attended the ele elementary
mentary elementary and secondary schools; in
both Cristobal and Balboa.. His
lather Stanley : M. v Hamilton, ; Us
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he Balboa Unit of thei
ItOTC and was Lieutenant govern-
, j ivh Stat 1astvar. V ,.-?
James Doran was Iwrn In Colon
and is the son 6f James R. Dor an,
Storekeeoer at. the Balboa Store
house. He also attended the Canal
Zone schools and this year is Pres President
ident President of the Balboa High. School
Student ;Council..,..,: n-f''.g
" Ceral cl DUrfee Is another:native
Isthmian and has alwsys attended
the Canal Zone schools.. He is the
son, of Jerome Durfee, a former
employee, of the Mechanical Divi
sion. ;, .'
Default Judgment
Rendered In Firm's
Suit For Paymcn! V
Judgment "by default was ren rendered
dered rendered In UA District Court yes yesterday
terday yesterday in' the case of a Panama
automobile dealer who was su suing
ing suing a former Fort Clayton sol soldier
dier soldier for non-payment of the ba balance
lance balance due on a Mercury sedan.
TTnrv Morris, the soldier, a-
greed In 1954 to pay the firm of
Soeevak at Wainberg the sum of
$660 for the four-door sea an
He pftd $182 only, according
to the cciplaint filed oy tne
firm's attorney, David A, Leon.
Including. Inter? and attor attorney's
ney's attorney's fees, the firm Is seeking an
amount In excess of $550. ;
r Last spring, when the firm
learned Morris was about to be
returned to the SUtes for tils tils-charge
charge tils-charge from the Army, the G.L
was arrested for not meeting his
financial promises.
However the firm relented
when Morris promised to send
the money from the SUtes. The
order of arrest was vacated, and
Morrla was permitted to sail on
the transport Gibbons. ; t
Since then he has paid noth nothing
ing nothing on the debt
With yesterday's court order
of, default, the auto firm has
means of collecting from -Morris
in the States. If be Is found to
nave iuuuK - "-:"-.
r ' 1 "' 1 " m
Speeders In CZ
Pay $1 Per Mile: t
For speeding vv".-
Two speeders who pushed their
vehicles past the legal limit on
Galllard Highway paid at the
rate of $1 oer mile to Balboa
Magistrate's court. '-
Roy M- "Eettls, 38 American,
was lined $30 for driving 79mph
in a 40-mile ne.
Ansel nustodio Modes. 38,1
Panamanian, who wag also In a
40-mile zone, was fined $15 lor
driving 55 mph. -, I

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Britain Mciain

By Jaunty Son
Of American Girl
(First Churchill, Now MacMillan)

LONDON, Jan. 10 (UP). Harold MacMiUan
was named Prime Minister to succeed Sir Antho Anthony
ny Anthony Eden today, '
MacMillan, 62-year-old former Chancellor of the
Exchequer and favorite of riaht-wina Conservative!.' wai

asked to form. a new government by Queen Elizabeth II
during a visit ta Buckingham Palace this afternoon,
Thus, just about 18 hours after Eden stepped down
for reasons of health, the dapper son of an Amerjcan ,'
mother was given the job of restorina Britain's orestiat i f

and economic stability after

His rise to political prominence came onW after

World War II. Vt
' The Jaunty MacMillan was picked over he othe? i
favorite toritender for the job, R. A. (Rab) Butler 53, J--i
Lord Privy Seal and majority leader Of the House I
Commons.;, v ..,-.' ,V" v ;-v :-.;W';m--:Ua V,:v- '. 1
. Right-wing Coriservatives had opposed vButler? on j
grounds he was ."soft"" hi, dealing with Egypt over the J
Sum crisis. '.'' ; --':.:V: i .-

.u .f. i... ,.a.io rron .i.. tw .'n.
uuiuig me in ie s '.-ra
his usual lack' of f oiniil ty
he sat up front with his ehauf-
The audience -lasted 20 mi
nutes, and a few moments be before
fore before 2:30 p.iruthe palace an announced
nounced announced briefly:? i v y
"The Queen received the Right
Honorable Harold MacMillan, M.
P., In audilence this afternoon
and offered him the post of
prime Minister and PirstLord
of the Treasury ; ; :
"Mr. MacMillan accepted Her
Majesty's offer and kissed hands
upon hi appointment.''
' The decisloo to name a
Prime Minister belongs to the
Oueen alone. But usually she
picks a man who can muster
a majority of the House of
Commons. f
In this ease, with the Con Conservatives
servatives Conservatives holding a S8-seat edere
in the .House, she chose MacMil MacMillan
lan MacMillan because he seemed able to
rally tellow party members be behind
hind behind his policies.
MacMillan's appointment was
a victory for the rightwtng Con Conservatives,
servatives, Conservatives, who rejected Butler
because of his opposition to the
Sues invasion. ; r
The right-wingers considered
MacMillan a compromise candi
date who could muster mode
rate support as well. 1 .
i In the same upstairs room
of the Palace where Eden laid
down his office last night,
MacMillan carried out the an an-e'ent
e'ent an-e'ent ceremony of kissing the
Queen's hands la homage this
afternoon., -.
; Just 21 months ago. in that
same second floor drawing room.
Sir Winston Ehurchlll himself
had taken leave of office. ,.
Eden was Churchill's protege,
but his term as Prime Minister
was a short one.."
In fact, only Bonar Law, who
served for nine months after
World War L served a shorter
period as prime minister In this
century.
MacMillan has a lot In com common
mon common with Churchill.
Eden's Anti-Nasser
Has No Intention
PARIS, Jan. 10 (UP Gov Government
ernment Government sources said today pre premier
mier premier Guy Mollet had no inten intention
tion intention of resigning because his
colleague In the frustrated at attack
tack attack on Egypt. British Prime
Minister Sir Anthony Eden, quit
his post
But Mollet faces sharp new
attacks from-both extreme neM
and left from politicans a ho wU
demand he follow In Eden's
wake, observer! here said.

rrion' rMionntion ihouldhaveinroblem looming ever krter i

no effect on Moliet's political
future, sources aaid.
When England and rranea in-'

Mi t
o

the' Suez debacle I

' L.. CWjflVT. .-
;:. Ufce -Church.:!, ho if- x c
after a chapter of fa. i
defeat Churchill ucll,'..j
the appeasement ct Neville
Chamberlain and . MacMillaa
succeeding the failure of Suez.
Like Churchill, MacMillan la
an Individualist. Churchill's
weakness was cigara. MacMll-'
land's is dandy dress, t
He wears turn-of-the-century
waistcoats- and a walrus mus
tache, and he combs his thick,
graying hair over hla ears.' : -r
Churchill was the last elder:
statesman consulted by that
Queen this morning before she
sent the Royal summons ts
MacMillan. :
When the Chancellor was spot-
ed riding Into Buckingham Pal Palace
ace Palace at. 1:50 pm no one in the
waiting crowd knew whether h
would come out as prima Min
ister. - --' :
But at Vq. 11 Downing Street,
the chancellor's residence next
door to the Prime Ministers
residence at NO. 10, It was an-"
parent that MacMillan's wlfs
and daughter already knew.
Through a window -they
watched his departure, smiling
and proud. - .
When he left Bncklngham
Palace after a 2S-minute aa-;
dienee with the Oneeiw Mae-
MHlan again rede P front
with his chaaffenr and' was
back in Downing Street with
In five minutes.
There reporters asked him if
he would call a renerai election..
"No", he said with typical
bluntness, "and when there 1
one we will win if i
The term of the' present
House of Commons has thref v
yean te ran. A long as Mae--Millan
can eentmue te central
K. he can serve as prime Mia-'
Ister. - .- '
Before MacMillan was named.
the Queen conferred with her
elder statesmen and then call-'
ed In the man she wanted to
run her government.''
(United SUtes reaction t
Eden's retirement ts carried
v en the back page.)-
' Ally Mollet
Of Resigning
vaded Egypt. Mollet had t h
majority of thevrountry fchiM
his decision and ran into
opposition comparable to that
which Eden met In Britain.-
His strength was clearly d.
morutrated last month
with the Fues Invasion a f -ure.
he still won a 3;5-213 e-
f ldence vote in the Katlo- il -sembry
for hs "AnU-l.r
reflex'.'
With the Alrenn rete.
the horiion. few prerch lea:
ere anxious to Uke ever i
troubled reins at this r

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Many Countries Have Died From This Disease

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PANAMANIAN INCOME TAX-',

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jl' .. Tama Panamanian ftmnlnve of the U.S.lAATlV at Curundu

l have been working with the U.S. government' from ttie age

I'M IB. 1 am now ol. inruugauui, uiuae ymi a Kvruiuu
t plain about my job or my foreman. Now with the new U.S.
Tanoma t.rMt.v T have lnst mv commissarv nrlvllege, I am com

J pelled to pay income tax, and face the high price of living in

j,jrawann v- : -liiV "C't

'I Now can yflu answer me this question? Panama demands

l ine U.o. pay x'anumttniaii euaniuo'co um uc wuu
fates, when In Panama the average, government-employe .feels

a measly 25 or 30 cents an nour, ana ijnicwuisM.wu mm mucc
duincenas are owed to him. When thev try to claim their back

pay they're told that the treasury is short of funds,

! Meanwhile Don Fulano and Dona Fulana are enjoying said

employe fund, or having a urinaises ana agasajus. now nic,
want to be self-independent. But how? They want to start

Strom the top and just keep going. At least they read in ms
hir. nt nV the TTniteH states Is so Droizressive. The

people in -the V.S.A., black, white, yellow or green, work
!'houlder-to-shoulder and that's why today she is looked upon

with respect.

Now these Panamanian Diputados and other high officials
.vsted the Americans for road repairs; they-ot it-They Rsk!d
lor lanltatjon,; they got it.. What WW5;;
the' Tllstrict of Chorrillo the road is 90 large 4hat It could be
...4 ... .ritv,TTinr v,niP Tnst.pfl.ri of building those big official

iibuilding like, the one at DeLesseps Park, why don t tney use
ititbat same money for machinery for culUvatJorii g .. i ib:

They want u to pay Income tax. I am, not against pay paying
ing paying it. but can they tell me what ,they;dld with: kJWJ.

arum oi money euecwa uoni x-im."x" "'"YrJ V,A .Ta
T't. iat vaa-r? No. They said they misplaced it. Id prefer

'to pay tax to the United States government anytime, because
lj cw ,rf .., fnP onH hless Uncle Sam.

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I In- That article in the Panama CanarKevw"T6Utnhe Ter Ter-Ji
Ji Ter-Ji fconnel Bureau, and the viight instahce"; of a.'manfwho was
07" Allying to collect $10Q,' which he had loaned but at 20 percent
1 1 iL i -u.v. I. t...n kun InonPH nut hv the hbr-

rower for 20 percent every two weeks) reminded me of a serl-

obt lisury

rm thing happening in ib ;i.y-$i)i$
li'r L iiit.' ila;tna aWe.citeri 'loan'ls'Ao' nftfW'lndr'ol

ao is thepractice of' some Army joes of loaning out "five for
J'ten,rolVe;iinieven-fifty.,, It happens aU the time, but

;0 especlaliyToUBWfllntlht poker seaioni and the twentieth

. , V Ifg a crhne,' according td the Army cops, but no one seems
"Vi-to eve?fet cattghiiAnd while- 1'ye never heard of it, but it
' 1 Menu Very possibi fliat sucha loan is illegal when mentioned
to the company commander (but one is pliable for a teethful
f ',',ct knuckles on such a renege).-';..

' f The Arrnv wisecuvs who take .advantage of a buddies' fin

Jllanclal strain are almost without friends because next of steal-

irtna in the service, the most aisiiKea person is one wno taxes

"advantasn of bunk and chowhall Dais.

ir But stliisthat doesn't answer the problem The GIs who
;;make the usury-like loans aren't developing Triendshlps, 'they're

making a iew: ducks.
i It all may be a point in favor of twice-monthly paychecks,
'instead of the present system of stretching that PFC's 102
. bucks all month.
I'd like to see a couple of courts-martial on the subject.

; By VICTOR RIESEL

" LONDON A sulky,1 angered
Russian stood Lr? witness box in

the Chancery Division of the high
Court o Justice here som weess

ago- and wjta a few propaganda

sentences: proved that tha(! Rus Russians
sians Russians have' a strong-arm network
of secret police in the western na

tions ana especially in the v. it.

This Russian,' said he was "flee "fleeing''
ing'' "fleeing'' from Philadelphia to Moscpw

because the working people are

hungry in the U.S. and millions

are jobless In capitalist. America

He spoke as though he were hyp

notized or druggea or ooin. ins
name is Alexi Chwastov and he
had been broug' t into court at" the

insistence -of the world u n u r c n
Service so the British would force

him to return two-and-a-half-year-

old Tatama (Tanya) Chwastov to

her mother in Amarica.

Chwastov's and Tanya's story

has been in th- press since the
Russians hid the child aboard the

Queen Mary some months ago. But

'behind this is another grim story

of truly arrogant Soviet under

ground police operations in A'

merica's big cit es. t

This is special network with
hundreds of spis not search searching
ing searching out our military and Indus
trial'secrets but "tailing" and
constantly katping under surveil surveillance
lance surveillance virtually every man, wom woman
an woman and vhild who has defected
from the Sovio Union itself.

The Russians' secret police want

them back so the- can arrive in
Moscow, be photographed and say
aloud that they had to escape, from

America because it is a crumbling
fascist camp and that there is no
sense in Jiving outside the "work

ers' paradise. :

The operations oi this soviet ap

paratus have been minutely traced

not only by our counter intetu intetu-gence
gence intetu-gence people but by such; men as
Poland Elliott, director of the Im Immigration
migration Immigration Services of the Church

World Servics o. the Churches of

Christ in the U.S.A. Here's -what

thev find

After the Church World Service

brines a Russian escapee to" the

U.S., they find him a job anl nopej

he 11 do well ard come to them if
he's in trouble. Some refugees do.
Some don't. The Russian secret
police usually find them first, i
There are many cases where the1
underground Red gendarmerie in
the U.S. have known almost ins-.

tantly when such a refugee was ID
social, domestic or financial trou trouble
ble trouble and was unhappy, 'i

The moment the underground
police learn this, there begin to r

rive in me refugee. nome .letters

from relatives he thought "were

dead or had forgotten him. These

letters. sav. in effect:. Why not

come heme; we're doing 'well and

voHan beiwith us instead of uv

tag in distress in that capitalist

America. t
Soon after these notes arrive, the

Russian secret police arrive. Some

times they are based in a local

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WASHINGTON President Ei

senhower has not had too happy
a reaction from Congressional
leaders to his package 'plan for
guaranteeing peace and budding
up the Near East.

Actually his plan is one of the

most important and constructive
he has ever proposed. And here
is a suggestion by which he could
get more Democratic support.-
Ike's best potential ally for his

package peace plan is a man IkeJ

Diiieny aisuKes Harry Truman.
It so happens that Trumau worked

on the samt package peace plan
when he was in the White House, i
Much of the same nackaee neacei

plan when he was in the White

House. Much of Eisenhower's plan

is toeuucai. wiw iTuman s. f

Truman stui believes ; sincere! v

that this is the way to prevent war,

ana, u tne President -asked him to.

Harry would doubtless throw his

usual energy and enthusiasm to
warn DUttina it across.

Visiting with Mr. Truman in his

ivansas iity, office last February,

a asuea mm wnat, ne tnought were
the dangers of war. He renliprl:

- ,"There is one great danger H

oown nere:in mis -corner of the
mediterranean." He- pointed to
Sues. This, incidentally, was nine
months "before fighting started in
Suez;
"The Russians are -after this 400, 400,-000,000,000
000,000,000 400,-000,000,000 barrels of oil down
here in Arabia. That's why they've
given arms to Egypt. i
''But," continued Mr. Truman,
"we could have outmaneuvered
the Russians with mv develonmant

plan."- 'v

was unfinished. Some of the things
he discussed are identical with Mr
?ien?,we:'. current plans for a
naif billion construction-irrigation
aid, program la the-'Near East.
I am certain from the way ne
talks that he would pitch in, "put
his shoulder to the wheel, and urge
Democratic support for the current
plan if Ike asked him' to,
In this case, our foreign affairs
could -get back to some semblance
of the now long-forgotten bipartisan
Policy, ,
JKI TRUMAN FEUD

Ruark-And The Mumps
Bv BOB RUARK

SINGIDA. Tanganyika 1 cer-

talniv do not intend to bore you

witn details of how Prof. Frank

Bowman and i snot one oi me wm-est-spread,
purtiesf, longest-horned
kudii bulls ttat ever came down

the- avenue.- I oeldora kiss dead
antelopes the size of horses but
this one .rated kiss.
. This is a ; story of, the mumps.
That i why.Dr; Bowman, a back backslid
slid backslid Australian who makes his liv

ing1 in the African bush, came out

of the skies on an iron ndege to

hold my hand summoned the iron the culprit who blessed Father Sel Sel-bird
bird Sel-bird from Nairobi, using busn-eie-by with the mumps. She had- also
graph drums and the power of suffered mumps. Mr. Garner sud-

Aids

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BOOKED

BY CX COPS

" Kid Kobbe

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'! If all men could develop the strong protective instinct

Hihown by the Canal Zone Police the wcrld would be a better
'place. I've had many examples of this, but want you to know
!' io - .. .

Carelessly;' I suppose, I left two new novels borrowed from
the Panam Canal Library in' my car While it -was parked over

tthe line in Panama. When I returned in an hour they'd been

tolen.
j- Though these books in English had Mttle or- no, resale value,
'"it was going to cost me about $9 to replace them, n the library
."collection.;,
in But on my way to the Civil Affairs Building to tell my sad
J!!story, I met a policeman who told me that another policeman
had found the books lying in the grass at a spot in Ancon.
Jl' Together these two men and contacted the library, found
ti out who borrowed the books, and returned them, to the library
; staff. I did iiot even have the trouble of calling at the police
f etation to pick them up. .
" 8o chalk Up one more in the hundreds of little courtesies
!'the Canal Zone's finest perform for one and all.

, In case you'd like to know what the books were, one was
"The Fair Game." a nice bit of British entertainment .The

' L ,.
,AfibNLDLf. an. 10 (UP)-T(

stewardesses, aided .by. a doctor

more than 1,000 miles awajs del delivered
ivered delivered a babv boy last night on a

transocean airliner en route from
San Francisco to Hawaii. If-

umc9 uicjr a voacu m mr a"vi .
Soviet consulate or UN Mission .Th motJier, M'S. LiUian PaJen

or even the Embassy itself.

tell the troubled refugee they have

return trip ticket for him.
; This ticket is not for some un uncart
cart uncart a in future time but for a
specific luxury liner sailing-at a.

specific time or for an airplane, J

first class, on a ptrticular date.
The troubled one is pressured
and urged to use the- rota rvation.
Tha workers ere really :' doing
wall in Russia, toy tha secret
police. 1,

Almost always the ticket is for
a Saturday sailing or flight.; Why
Saturday? Because then the Im Immigration
migration Immigration and Naturalization -Services'
force is skeletal; only a hand

ful is on duty. The Church Service

people are taking a needed week weekend
end weekend breather, especially now that
so many men. such as Roland .El

liott, commute regularly between

Vienna, London and camp Kilmer

in New Jersey.

If the refugee, such as Chwss

tov, agrees to leave, he gets some

money and comforting words. Sev

enty two Hon oeiore aepanure
time, the Sovun strong arm men
arrive at hi7Tiome. He is taken to

a secret nioeout.
There, ghe best informed sources

ssy, he is wined ana oinea. He is
also kppt under constant pep-up

They uf. Honolulu, ana tne Daoy,. ner

were reporwu uuiug

fifth;

wcji. ?
Mrs. Palen one of 54 passengi

ers to board the plane at Oak Oakland,
land, Oakland, Calif., began having labor
rising 15 -miles past the point of

no return high over the Pacific.

Dr. Robert Ho was summoned

to the Honolulu airport, where he

save radio instructions to stewar

desses Alice "Martinei ana Uk

raine Mikoslu t

to his slum flat or rooming house.

When the returning excapee ar

rives a t the pier 'or at Idlewild Air

port in New York. for tne lugnt
across, he is a ways in the com

pany of some 10 to 15 Russians

bosomy women ana musciea men.
They surround him, keep him gay

and then set him on the boat or

plane under their own police guard

all this, mind you, in a land in

which the Russian police should

have as much authority as a Key

stone COp. , 3 -,

That was the real story in Cnwa

stoV's journey. But lrttle two-and-

a-half-year-eld Tanya was Ameri

can born and that's where the Rus

sians slipped up and the World

Church Service got its dander uo.
The little chi is back borne with

her mother in Detroit now but

drug? and pills to give him that

happ, happy, happy feeling.. Hemany an older soul has been slip-

getsno c nance w recam or return pea oenina tne iron curtain.

i something about "loTe" in the UUebuxJLdidn'j finish jt.

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suggestion, because Mr. John Hen

ry Selby, Esq., -Conducting" his
first safari under bis own flag of
Selby and Holmberg, Safaris Ltd.,
came down with the mumps.
A white hunte. with the mumps
is an abomination-before the Lord.
A white hunter is supposed to be
a stern man, modelled on the lines
of Stewart Granger a man of
secret sorrows, going slightly white
at the temples,. with the. look of
eagles in his eyes. You put mumps
on top of an eagly look and, broth

er, you got something. Mr. beiby,
who contracted the mumps from
my godchild, aged two and a bit,
had mumps. Jor Jhe entire- family. I
i The man who is 'supposed it)

keep lephants.,froiri stomping jna

lay in ms;, tent1 on his bed of pain

with-a face thar resembled a bas

ketball with two' junctures for eyes.
Mr. Selby Hurt, He hurt from top
to bottom, and' al around: If a
maddened hummingbird had come
to attack me, Mr. Selby could Hot
have lifted his slingshot,
I consulted with a Mr. George

Garner, a disciplaced Londoner

whose basic defects are partially
compensated for by the fact that

he has one of tre prettiest wives in

Nairobi and, a part, is a very prac
tical fellow, f r v.'

What'll we, do with it?" I ask

ed Mr. Garner. -.' :

".Shoot it, I should say," answer answered
ed answered Mr. Garner. ."It's no good taus

in the shape it's in. Drag it out y
the bush and leave it for the vulti

es.: Put the ; poor thing out of its

misery. Horrible to looK.at, alqt
it?"
"I sort of hate to have It put
down,,"said 'I.'"It's been a good

and faithful friend.. Also, -there's
no vet handy.1'" "v ?
"There's that to it," Mr, Garn Garner
er Garner said, then brightened, "tell you
what. Let's give it back to its wife
and child, the one that gave it -the
mumps. Let us pass, as you Yanks

say, the puck, let us summon a

Diane from Nairobi and have the

carcass removed. Then maybe we
can get in a spc4 of vacation from
the bedpan brigade."

So it came to pass that the silver

swept down from the skies, dis

gorging Professor Bowman, a mem

ber of the firm. The Professor had

had mumps in Vustralia or some
place. He was accompanied by

Mistress Mickey Selby, mother of L

denly recalled that his beautiful
bride, was due home from Rhode Rhodesia,
sia, Rhodesia, knd he better get back and
have the floors swept and the curt curtains
ains curtains fluffed, so everybody took off,
just like in a Hemingway short
story. Nobody knows what happen happened
ed happened to Mr. Selby, and his mumps,
although we. listen to the safari
broadcasts- faithfully, Nobody ev ever.
er. ever. mentions mumps. Especially as
applied to Mr. Garner.
"What are we doing here,, that
1 should be torn from my wife and
Junior at this time a. year?" Dr.
Bowman asked. "Apart f r o m

mumps and airplanes, that is?" j

vi neard teir that they kudu in I

CANAC TO PC AD SEA
When t asked for details, the ex ex-President
President ex-President became really entMisins.

tic.

"First,"' he Said. "I would sinhon

water from the Mediterranean into
the Dead Sc. Thj Dead Sea is 1300

feet lower than the Mediterranean,
and I'd dig a canal between them.

"The rush of water droobini! 1300

feet would supply electric power

iur au me industries you neeaea.

I would make Israel the indus industrial
trial industrial country of the Near East, then

let the Arabs raise crops to feed

israei ana tnemseives.
"They're cousins. They don't
have to fight. They're all semetic

peoples.

lie pointed to the globe.

-'uver nere, Iraq" he said, "was

once a Garden of Eden before

Tamerlane and his Mongol hordes

swept in. and destroyed the irriga irrigation
tion irrigation system of the Tigris and the

Jiupnrates.? -,....-..:
"We could rebuild it. It would

pay for itself in a few years. We

couia maxe tms one of tne bread
baskets of the Near East.

So, with Israel supplyipg the

them thar hills," I replied, talking i"1 upplying the
like a Britisherthinks a Yank oa .VhTS1"
to'ia'k i;,v-:- and 'cooperation and peace back to

The 'good professor viewed

landscape with distaste.

,Llid-j..i, t il. i rni. .i

t..i mis park oi inor worio.', mai I me

T.wav vnu nravpnr war., i

Ptoo," he said, Jipproximateiy.

''Let us go ind shoot one so that

I can re urn horns where I belohg.

- So we 'went and Climbed some
hills and saw a lot of kudu of ap

proximate sizes, grading down
from small to smaller, and we

climbed some more hills and then

we saw this bull, who was only a

bout 200 feet high, and couldn't

have weighed more than 10 tons.
"Clsmber up here on this rock,'

said Dr; Bowman. 'Now waitK300

years, and try not to puff so hard.
They can hear, you in Nairobi. Now,
as it is coming out from behind

that bush,-1 suggest you might

shoot it. it's, quite a good head,
alttoalli,

C T .b-A U t..Kl.. V.. A A- I

,ou a oiivl il. xucAwciuy, uub la-

tally. I don't ever want a better

one. Or another one. because kudu

have cost me seven years, much
money, great frustration, much dis

comfort... -v

Discomfort? There is a little

swelling just under the ears, a puf-

liness upder tn eyes...

Oh. no. It couldn't be. Mother.

dear, wherever you are, did I ever

have the mumps i

. PUT PANAMA UNDER U.N.
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"There are all sorts of opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities in .the world to build for
peace Mr. Truman reminisced., as

if he missed the opportunities he

once had. :' ;.
"I made some surveys when I

was in the White House. I made a

proposal to internationalize -the

Danube make a great seaway
from the Baltic down to the Black
Sea put it under the United Na Nations,
tions, Nations, as a stabilizer for peace.

"I would have done the same

thing'with the 'Suez Canal and

with the Panama Canal. Put them
under the United Nations."

.He was talking to tne on Feb.-19.

Nasser seized Sues July 26. "That's

the way .peace is built showing
how people can work together."
Mr. Truman's voice had the en.

thusiasm, the vibrant quality of a
man whose most important work

Eisenhower, however, will have
to ask him personally. Mr. Trnm.n

feels quite Ijitter over the manner
in which he lias never been asked
to call at .the White House since he
left it on Jat. 20, 1953.
"One of the first things i did
when -1 became President," he
once told me, "was to invite Herb Herbert
ert Herbert Hoover in; 'I want you to con consider
sider consider this your second home when

ever you come to Washington,' I
said. I gave him a car, appointed
him food adviser, and laetrj put
him in charge of reorganizing the
government. i k -.!-; .

y-But,", he added, n have never
been invited back."' ,,.-,
NOTE-i First indication' -'of a

breach between Eisenhower and
Truman occurred when the Presi-;

dent-elect drove up to the White -House
on Jan. 20, 1953, to pick up
President Truman for the custom
ary drjve together up to the Capi-'
tOl. -vVi : Vv: K

Eisenhower did not set out of the

car and enter the White House to

greet Mr. Truman who was wait.
ing for him inside.' Instead he sat
in- the car i.

Truman told friends that to save

embarrassment he finally 'went

outside and sot in the ear-Rela

tions have been strained ever

smce.
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WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Steven Spingarn is No, 1 in Una
to become deputy chairman of the
Democratic National committee...
Congressman Burr Harrison (D.
Va.) who took a post-eleetion trip
to Europe to study tariffs for the
House Ways and Means committee,
was so conscientious about spend spending
ing spending taxpayers' money that be turn turned
ed turned back 25,000 French francs in
counter-part, funds, Harrison even
left his wife at home. (He has his
eyes on the Virginia governorship ;
and wantee to stay in right with
Senator Harry Byrd. the great eco

nomizer! ...

tennessee's cWefui Senator'Gore
has demanded that Ike fire ambas

sador Karl Rankin, who has been

U.S. : envoy on Formosa for the
fast six. years. Be also wants to
fire top Army-Navy- aides In the

American embassy.
Gore, when visiting Formosa,

was shocked ,to find Ambassador

Rankin is deluding Chiang Kai-stifK
into believing the United States will

support an all-out attack on the

Chinese cemmumst mainiana.
Rankin has been on Formosa so

long, Gore believes, that he's lost
obiectivitv and is so fanatically pro-

Chiang Kai-shek that he'll get us

into trouble unless transierreay

Hiah School Cars

briving Him Mad r
CrURIX)TrE,;kc., Jan. M"w.
(UP) Lack of classroom space
isn't the only problem fating

harrassed school offlclali here.

Mecklenburg county ecnooi

Supt. J.- W, Wilson aays "wno
would have guessed when 'we
started buying land for high
school construction years ago

that It would take two to three

acres to' -pa,tne -students
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rnUKSDAY, JANUARY -10, 1957..

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ATLANTA (UP) A- A city work

crew's loan of a hacksaw, to a po

lite Negro meant disruption of

downtown telephone service for an

hour and a half last night.
After the unidentified Negro re returned
turned returned the hacksaw, with thanks,
the1 workmen discovered he had
sawed off 60 feet of telephone ca cable
ble cable in a manhofe and strode away
with it slunf over his shoulder.

; BRIG. GEN. EDWIN M. DAYT commander of tbe Air Photo-
fraphic and Charting Service with Headquarters Orlando AFB,
la., (right) arrived on Albrook yesterday, for a 4-day visit to
coordinate photographic and charting activities within the
Caribbean Air Command. Maj. George H. Moss, Commander
of Detachment 4, Aeronautical Chart and Information Center
at Albrook is shown greeting Day, (Official USAF Photo)

Mrs. Louisa Rice
Dies At Chorrillo
Home At Aae 80
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Mrs. Louisa Chase Rice, a Bar

badian resident of Chorrillo, died

at home this morning after a long
illness. She was 80 years old. r ,v
She is survived her husbapd, O O-bediah;
bediah; O-bediah; her sons, Clarence and
Marcos; her daughters, Mrs. Hor Hor-tence
tence Hor-tence Jordan and Mrs. Agnes Ath-

erly, several grandchildren and

greatgrandchildren.

I Funeral arrangements have- not

been .announced.

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Will be off
On Uie Transisthmian Highway,
from the entrance of Tocumen to
Las Cumbres, from 3 a.m. to
6 .m. on Friday. January 11,
1957.

. This interruption will take place so that on of our crews may
tighten several electric wines which have become loose due to atmos.
pherfc conditions. : "'

Gja. pMflitiem de'lucrza y

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It isn't easy to make five clubs

in today's hand 'even if you see
all of the cards. Dr. Paul Zwiefel

of Schenectady managed to make
this contract without seeing the
cards during, the recent regional

tournament in Syracuse.
West opened' the king of spades,
and Dr. Zweifel ruffed. lie led to

the' ace. of diamonds, returned to
his hand with; a trump, cashed the
king of diamonds, and ruffed a
dtamond in dummy. He continued

by ruffing a spade in his hand

and another diamond with dum

my's last. trump. When declarer

led a third round of spades from

the dummy; East had to discard

a heart since it could do him no
ood to ruff. Dr. Zweifel ruffed

with his. last, small trump, cashed

his remaining high trump, and

led ad established diamond. -,

East could ; take his two good

trump tricks, but 'then he hack to
tead hearts to the dummy, thus

giving K dummy the tenth and
eleventh tricks.

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Does Colliers' Job

NEW YORK (UP) Former em

ployes and former readers of Col

liers Magazine need worry no
longer about back pay or the final
installmert of a serial,- r
Editorial, advertising and cleri

cal "employes who" lost thelf jobsi

because of Che suspension or Col Collier's
lier's Collier's and the Woman's Home'
Companion will receive "back pay

this week, Paul C. Smith, presi president
dent president and board chairman of the

' Crowell Collier Publishing Con-

J The Saturday Evening Post,
one-time rival of Collier's, also
announced itwill carry the third
and last installment of the Luke
Short serial "Doon Cliff."" to its

Feb. 9 issue. When Colliers gus gus-pended
pended gus-pended publication the serial had
one, installment to, go, v
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IUKI Vt-IN

Panama Lino
caiimgo

The Panama liner Cristobal.

which was dryebeked for repairs
followine- a. collision with an

other shiD in. iiew York harbor

last week, is expected' to sail,

front-New York,, tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon with 100 passengers for
Cristobal. : Thirty-three passen passengers
gers passengers are booked iojr Port-au-Prince,
Haiti. t

The Cristobal will be the sec

ond of the two remaining Fan

ama line snips to sail on the

new schedule. It Js due to ar

rive in Christobal Thursday 17.

The complete advance passen

ger list for Cristobal follows: ;

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore L. Bai

ley: Mrs. Nance Bellefleur; Fred

erick F. Bien- Stephen B. BotS;

rora; Mr. ana Mrs. Howard
Brown; Mr. and Mrs. James L.

Browhlee; William R. Bull; Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin BV Cain; Mr.
and Mrs. Cornelius callaghan;

Mrs. Maria Christine Penalver
Saiz de Carlos; Mrs. Edward
Carlson; Miss Linda Carlson;
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carval; H
T. Casebolt; Mrs. Mary Catedge;;
Mrs. George Christopher; Wil William
liam William Coady;
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A.
Dayldsoh; Mr. and Mrs. Murrel
L.Dodd; Mr. and Mrs." C. L.

Fentonj Dr. and Mrs, L; F. Gar-

ben: Mr. and Mrs. James :T.

Gordon; Miss Martha Guber:

Mrs. Helen Guilford; Mr. and
Mrs. John L. Hendrickson; Mr.
and Mrs. Freeland R. Hollowell;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hubnr;
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Hutchi Hutchison;
son; Hutchison; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kahn;
Paul Xarose and Mr. and Mrs..
David Leavitt. .,

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Mc-

telean and daughter; 1 Mr. and

Mrs. Sydney McLean;. Monsignor

James v McLoughlta;v-Mr. and

Mrs. Anthony C. Maggiori; Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Moran: Dr. and

Mrs. Richard O'Brien; Rev. Ed Edmund
mund Edmund O'Connel; Dr. and .Mrs.-

Lee Allen Parker; Mr. and-Mrs.
Edward Peck; Mrs. Robert R.
Perm; Joseph Russo; Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon Schultz and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schwartz; Ben Schwarz; Mr.
and Mrs. Laurence See; Mr. and

Mrs. Nathan Sharp; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward J. Shepherd: Miss
B. Isabel Shirley; Kenneth Si Simon;
mon; Simon; Miss atherine Skllton; Mr.

and Mrs. Dwignt c. sauires;

Mrs. Helen Steffens;

Thomas K. Tart; Mr, and Mrs.
Henry G. Tryner and two chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tut Tut-tle
tle Tut-tle and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest C.'"Van Horn and

son and Alexander watt. -'

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v (PA-O Sierid Matthews. Latin American Consultant from Revlonfs Fifth Avsnue Salons held

a Monday night training class for Revlon Distributors and Sales Personnel on the' Isthrmis Last
nieht a training class was held for .Beauty Salon owners and operators. About 150 attended these

two classes which were held In the Salon-Washington of the Hotel El Panama. Advance Intor-:
mation was revealed on several new aids for the enhancement of that beauty which Is inheritenc
in every-women. -""v-. "'.vVi:- ". f..1-:'-;- -. y:-,-; t:-:

Anti Obscenity Law
Jails Swearing Man
MT. CLEMENS, Mich., Jan. 10 10-(UP)
(UP) 10-(UP) Clifford A. RusseU, 20,
was fined $50 yesterday and plac placed
ed placed oh a years probation for swear swearing
ing swearing at police officers.
'The officers said Russell cursed

them i "repeatedly whentliey

went to his home after Mrs. Rus Russell
sell Russell called to say her husband had

threatened her.

Russell was sentenced under a

went to his home after Mrs. Rus

sell called to say .her husband had

threatened her.

Russell was sentenced under a

rarely used state law which
makes' it a misdemeanor to

'damn or swear by the name of

God, Jesus Christ or the Holy

Steak Stiicly

Issue

Showing At Your Servce Center Theatres Tonight

TODAY JS

A GREAT DRAMA WITH
ACTION AND SUSPENSE!
Joseph Gotten in
"MAN WITH THE
CLOAK"

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W POPULAR. NIGHT!
PL $1.10 per Car!

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Ann Birth in
'THE WORLD IN HIS
ARMS"

BALBOA 6:15

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Jean Simmons

8:00

IggrffiT-f 111 If

Friday "Desperado"

DIABLO HTS. 1:00
Donald O'Connor
"Debbie Reynolds V
"I LOVE MELVIN"

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Fri; "Rock Around the Clock"
4lATUN7:00
"THE .PRISONER"
Frl. "Proud and Profane"

MARGARITA 6:15 8:30

J! Gene Kelly

"THREE MUSKETEERS"
Color 1

Frl. "Tbe Proud Ones"

LKISTOBAL
Alr-CondJtloned
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Esther Williams Jack Carson
"DANGEROUS WHEN WET"
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"You're Never Too Youne

SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:55
"ABDULLAH'S HAREM"

CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:40 "Three For JamirDawn"

DAVIS, Caljf; ,t-t UP)-i Food
searchers a tthe University of Cal California
ifornia California (here are making a study

of why some steaks are, tender

ana others. are tough.
John R. Whitaker, instructor In

food technology, is in charge of

me project. His first attack on
the problem will be to isolate, a
naturally occuring c h e m i c a 1 in
steaks that may help to make
them tender. The chemical, an en enzyme,
zyme, enzyme, has no yet been extracted
in pure form.,

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British Freighter Freighter-Missing
Missing Freighter-Missing Six Days

London; Jan. 10 (up W
Royal Air Force started a search,
yesterday "for a 7,124-ton Britishrl
freighler missing for six days on w
voyage from Philadelphia to L
Havre.
'The Nordic Star carrying 32 bt
33 crew members last was heard
from the day after Christmas. It t
reported its position as 500 miles -east
of the Uniied States and;;
about 300 miles southeast of Caps
Race, Nlld. ;

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WEEKLY. SERVICE FROM NEW YORK

TO WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA
I ';;iIA BARBARA" Due Cristobal, C. Z., Jan. 12
S.S. "SANTA LUISA" Due Cristobal, tj. Jan. 20
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM TH E v
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA CECILIA" ....Sails Cristobal. C. Z Jari. 15
S.S. "SANTA MARIA" .... Sails Cristobal, C. Z,. Jan. 22'
FROM U.S. PACIFIC 4 WEST COAST' CENTRAL -AMERICA
TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL, C. Z.
S.S. "SANTA" CRUZ" ...... K.Due Balboa, XV Z. Jan. 27-
S.S. "SANTA FE" i4.Du Balboa. CZ Feb. 12
FROM CRISTOBAL AND BALBOA, C. 2. TO THE"
WEST COASf CENTRAL AMERICA A U. S. PACIFIC
S S. SANTA CRUZ" C.SaOs Cristobal, C. Z.. Teb. 4
BALBOA ONLY
ALSO LOADS FOR CENTRAL AMERICA
PANAMA AGENCIES CO.
CRISTOBAL) 2131 2135 PANAMA t I-I55I 0557
; BALBOA: 1597 159 v

3:10

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If people to
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who betrayed her

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See William Holden in
THE PROUD ft PBOFANK
with Tbelma, Rltter
- Also -Attention
everybody t
Hers is. the tremendous
Danny Kaye In
THE COURT JESTER

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LOS TRES
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with Cantinflas
- Also: -MESALIXA
with Maris. Ttoix

VICTORIA
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The Barbarian's Mistress

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"SIXAOLA" ....Jan. 1
"CIBAO" i .. ... Ja 2 J
"LEON- ....Jan. 29
A STEAMER" V; ...Jan.3S

Also Handling Befriterated and Chilled Cats

New York Service

Arrivso t
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KIRSTEN TORM ......,............... . .Jan. 11
JUNIOR Jan. 14
j WlARNA" .4 ') 4 J Aft 18
"HEREDIA- ..... i,.. ....,,..... Jan. 21
-CO FAN- ..Jan. 23
"ESPARTA" ..Jan. 21
fRA BERLANGA? .Feb 4
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, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1957
. T PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAUT NEWSPAPER
PAGRim
Answer to Pre vlous Puzzle

So They Say

ACROSS
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4'A of hay
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In it
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10 Speeches ','

18 Thronged.

20 Acta -V

21--thelliht

22 At loose,
24 The fin
29 Group of

three singers :

27 Health resort

30 Food server
32 Tidier'
34 Parsee sacred

writings

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property

38 Assent
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40 Droop
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49 Forgiveness r
51 American

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Sciences (ab.)

52 Heal, as

broken bonef

53 Preposition
54 Pronoun v
55 Turfs
58 Essential

being

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19 Reposes
23 Baseball
teams
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long ago

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26 Follow own

27 Flight of steps 42 Annoys

28 Man's

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29 War god
of Greece
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principles
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40 Is ready

43 Lisht fabric

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compound
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words v
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INDIANOIA, Miss. Jan. 10 -(UP)
A defendant In the Em

mett Till murder case has tried
in vain to pet a gun permit be

cause or inreats on nu me
since the publicized case in 1955,

a sneruf saia tMaj.&$h&-ytefjfi

Sheriff 'e. If. Williams of
Sunflower County verified
report published In Look maga magazine
zine magazine today that .J. M. Milam,
one of two men acquitted of

Eastland Gets Senate Post
But Not Without 'No Vote

' WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 (UP

Sen. James O. Eastland of Missis Mississippi,
sippi, Mississippi, a leader in the fight against

civil ngnts legislation, was re renamed
named renamed chairman of the Senate

Judiciary Committee today de-

spite opposition from ben. raui a.
Douglas (D-Ill).
The action came as the full
Senate confirmed Democratic and
. Republican committee assign assignments
ments assignments for the 85th Congress. The
only audible no came from Doug Douglas
las Douglas although he said Sen. Joseph
' S. Clark Jr. would hare voted
with him if Clark had been pres-
'-. ent.
. y Leaders Present Slates
- snt Tlitmocrarle Leader' Lvn-

don B. Johnson -of Texas j and
- iuhiian laitnpt William '. V.

Knowland of California laid .their

respective committee slates De-

fore the senate a n a-eanaoa

moved for their approval.

nounce that be was forced to vote
against the re-election of Eastland
.halt-man nf th ludiciarv

group which will handle President

isennowers ; iour-poun ct

i rights program.
u oM th move iwas

1" ,painful, to him because he n-

ioyea- pieasani personal touu
with his Mississippi colleague and
- did not question Eastland's sincer sincerity
ity sincerity on the civil Tights issue.
But he said Eastland's attack
en the Supremo Court decision
.i.Hni vaMar aeereeation in

the pubue schools made him ap;

pearas uie remcriic
man on this Issue. Douglas noted
4 that .the party actually bad taken
contrary stand.
. )$ays Seniority Dead v
Douglas also said his action
was prompted by the fact -.that
seniority no longer appeared to be
controlling factor in Democratic
ommittee assignments.
This was an obvious reference
to the fact that the Democrats
psssed over, Sen. Estes Kefauver
?D-Tenn to name Sen. John F.
, Kennedy (Mass) to a coveted seat
em the Senate Foreign Relations

Committee although Kefauver has
four years seniority.
Sen. Wayne L. Morse (D-Ore),
who criticized Eastland's election
as Judiciary Committee chairman
last year, said he had not changed
his positipn.
But he explained that he is pre

paring a resolution dealing with
the overall question of seniority.
Sens. Richard L. Neuberger
(D-Ore) a n d John A. Carroll
(D-Colo) said they shared Morse's
view. His resolution will go to the
Rules Committee.

Ingrid Visiting IIY
Bui Only For a Day
To Accept Avcrd

NEW YORK, Jan. 10 (UP)
i4.f-AM ,. tntrriA Rortfman All

nounced today she will return to

the U. s.rJan. i tor. me crsi

time since she left her .Hollywood
eareer, husband and child seven

yeors ago to become tne wue oi

Roberto Kosseuim. i
' Twentieth Century-Foi studios
mmA ui P Af tfm an baa informed

9HIU 4MM.Aom
thmwyt .ha wilt cnonil exaetlv 34

mivui v r -
hours in the U. all of them in

New York.- ; ;
The Swedish-born star is com-

Film Critics' award as the best
actress of the year for her per per-formance
formance per-formance in "Anastasia."
She is scheduled to fly to New
York Saturday, Jan.. 19 and re

turn to Pans we xoiiowing even-
in1 I

Miss 'Bergman eurrenuy is ap

pearing on tne rans sxagn in
Teat and Sympathy".. Weekend

performances of the play will be
cancelled so she can come to New

York. :.
Miss Bergman has not been m

the U. S. since her torrid ro

mance with Italian film director
Rmuitllini. Thev were married

shortly after the birth of their
first child and sine have had
twin daughters.

2nd Faiange Chief
Steps DpwnrReason!
Post-Franco Sloth
MADRID, Jan. 10 (UP)- see see-rrd
rrd see-rrd Falange cabinet miriiter has
submitted hi6s iwign-tion to Gen General
eral General Francisco Franco in the last
24 hours and the Vice Secretary of
the Party's Central Organiiation
had also decfled to quit in solida solidarity
rity solidarity with the ministers, informed
sources said today.
1 The souree said that Agncultur Agncultur-'
' Agncultur-' al Minister Rafael Cavestany had
joined Minister Secretar of tbi
Falange Jose Luis Arrese. In ask asking
ing asking Franco to drop him from the
cabinet.
They eaUl tfiat the twe men
waatod to resign hcawe they
ware dlsappeinU with .the slew
rvgreae keinf made in prefnet prefnet-f
f prefnet-f atlaf new consrttvtieaal laws
which wewld ewevre the pewer ef
the nerty in the tend, even aft after
er after the death ef Prance.
' Both Cavestany and Arrese have
been actively backing the new
laws, which have been m the draft
a .k. i

i stage xor several booduu. asairw
7 the-opposition of monarchist strp-

orters. -
Piege Silas Bombs, Vice Pre Pre-Cent
Cent Pre-Cent of the party and another ac active
tive active supporter of the new laws,
was reported to have offered, to
resign.

Probably Untied;
;Tooj;5i
EVANSVTLLE, Ind. (UP)'- Pa

trons of an all nicht restaurant

were shocked when an unidentified
man walked in. clad only in a nair

oi snoes.

When- sheriff's deputies arrived.

they found the man had gone back

to bed in a motel which adjoins

the restaurant. He explained he is

sleepwalker. ;
He dressed, made his apologies

in the restaurant and drove away.

before the authorities could get

his name.

Sherlock Birthday ;

Celebrated Today

LONDON (UP), The Sherlock

Holmes Society in London held its
annual dinner last night to mark
the 70th birthday of the famous
fjctious detective i.

Sherlock Holmes,- created by Sir

Arthur Conan Dovle. first ao-

peared 70 years ago in a publi publication
cation publication called "Beetons Christmas
Annual." His first case was "A
Study In Scarlet."

s slaying Till, has sought per

mission to arm nunseii.

Milam and his half-brother,
Roy Bryant, were accused of
kidnapping and slaying the 14-year-old
Negro boy from Chicago
because, it was claimed, young
Till insulted Bryant's wife with
a "wolf whistle.-- y
Look quoted Milam as sayfng
his life has been threatened fre

quently since he and Bryant

were acquitted of a murder
charge in a Jury trial, at Sum

ner, Miss., in sepiemper, ioo.
Williams said he discovered
Milam was "carrying- a gun" and
made him stop,
"I told him no one had a right
to carry a gun without a per permit."
mit." permit." Williams said. "He told

me his life had been threaten

ed but I told him I had been
thratened once or twice myself.
"I didn't see that he was in

any danger." ;

Williams said there had been

an "incident or two- in sun sunflower
flower sunflower County involving Milam

since he began farming1 near
Doddsville. The sheriff did not
say what he meant by "Inci "Incident."
dent." "Incident." '

Look said white people wne
had -flocked to Milam's and
Bryant's defense during their
trial had turned against them.

William Bradford Huie, au author
thor author of the Look article, duoted
Milam as saying they had suf suffered
fered suffered economic reverses and
both men were having trouble
making a living. ;
It was the second article Huie
has written for Look on the Till
case., in the first; published a
yar ago, Rule charged that
Milam shot Till and he and
Brvant fastened a trln fan to his

neck and threw him Into the.

Tallahatchie River.
Milam, who has consistently
refused to talk to Mississippi re-

porters, v denied talking- to Huie
about the case and threatened a
libel suit which was never filed.

Shortly after the first arti article
cle article appeared Bryant and Mi Milam
lam Milam were reported to h a v e
shown -a surge of prosperity
People throughout the area
said that the two men receiv received
ed received monev for the article.

"That's -what makes people
turn against them," an official
who asked that his name not

be- nsed ttMiyJa-: '''
'-v.v'-iv-'-'-"-!''";' .'-'.
In the second article Huie said
that he did not pay the men
for the statements but that he
did pay them, for film rights.
Bryant has been living in In In-dianola
dianola In-dianola since the trial. He has
been attending welding school
under the O. I. Bill of Rights.
He applied for ft job on the In In-dianaola
dianaola In-dianaola police force but was
turned down. r
In neighboring 1 Tallahatchie
County, where the slaying was
alleged to have occurred, one of

the men's defense attorneys said

people have about forgotten a a-bout
bout a-bout Bryant and Milam.

They arent discussed much

around here any more," attor-l
ney Sidney Carlton said.

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THURSDAY. JANUARY 10, 1957
fANAMA AMUUCA." A4 ii.ULIV'SUEN I HAM AEWSPAFEB
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... ot., .i iriir t f DDns Tx-aufHanf Empstd Ap la Ouardia 'i

""".r.",! .o;an;o nnRn vesterdav aflernoon. Other dlstin.

SSdmembe s of the audTee se nTere a e Governor W Potter his daughter So-.
K the OowSSr Aide Kr James Walker. Ui S. Anbassador Julian K Harrlngton Am Am-bMsador
bMsador Am-bMsador of Argentine Alberto Alperln, Misi Gabriela Marclacq and Miss Virginia oe la Guar-
dla, daughter ol the President of Panam : ;

nt. AND 'MRSr. EDWARD HEALEY JR. WILL GIVE PARTY
IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT AND MRS. DE LA GUARDIA
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Healey Jr. will give a eocktail
buffet at their home in Goif Heights, Saturday evening In
honor of President Ernesto de la Gaardia and Mrs. de la
,-Guardia.

Mobley-StrickUnd I The bridegroom is the sotr of
Wodding Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mobley of Uti-
-Miss Rachel Ann Strickland, ;ca, Mississippi. His best man was
Sfoughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W.iMr. Joe Dill and the ushers were
Strickland of Balboa, became the Mr. Jim Heindricks and Mr. Her Her-bride
bride Her-bride of James Edward Mobley of man Preuks.
Quarry Heights at an afternoon:
ceremony at Balboa Church of During the ceremony Mrs Lu Lu-Christ,
Christ, Lu-Christ, Dec. 30. Evangelist W. W. k'Ue Baer sang Because and I
Butrow officiated Love You Truly," Mrs. Vera Ben-
Burrow oiiiciaiea. d ..Weddlng March."

The bride, who was given away The bride graduated from Bat

Uitiips tn Mr John .Tames Con-

nard, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Connard of Diablo Heights,
ivnss Dillon recently graduated

from Roosevelt Hospital School Of

N ursine in New York City. Sh is

graduate of Balboa High School

(Jiass of 1953.
Mr. Connard is a graduate of the
University of the State of New
York, New York States Maritime
College, Class of 1955, and also a
graduate of Balboa High School,
Class of 1950. At the present time
he is employed by Grace Line
Shipping Company.
No date has been set for the wedding.

kv her father, wore a gown of

chantiliy lace over satin, three
quarter length gloves and a veil of
nylon net attached to a coronet of
flowers and lace. Her bridal bou bou-iuet
iuet bou-iuet was of white orchids with
atreamers and tiny wedding bells.

' Whs .- Angela Strl C x 1 a n d, the

boa High School in '56.

The bridegroom graduated from

Hinds. Junior College, Raymond

Miss. JaM.
The couple spent their honey honeymoon'
moon' honeymoon' at Santa Clara.

Dillon-Connird

: If you can't keep an appoint
ment with your doctor or den

tist, be sure to telephone as soon
as possible to cancel it.
Just not showing up shows a
real lack of cons deration for
th ricrht and convenience of

others, v 1

Meetings,
Modical Association
Moots Tuosday

The 601st meeting of the Medical
Association of the Isthmian Can Canal
al Canal Zone will be held in Ward 17,
Gorgas Hospital, Tuesday at 7:30

p.m.

The following Scientific Program

will be presented:

"Treatment of Head and Neck

Tumors," by Dr. E. P. Sbirokoy,

uniei. burgical Service, borgas

nospiiai.

A buffet dinner preceded by re-

ErCshments will be served by our

caterer. Mr. Wallace, at 7:00 n.m.

The regular meeting and Scientific

Program will follow.

members of the Point Four Pro Program,
gram, Program, have been invited. ;

Naval Officers Wivtt

Will Hold Luncheon

Next Tuesday

The Naval Officers Wives Club

will hold its regular monthly

luncheon at the Ft. Clayton- Offi Officers
cers Officers Club at 12:30 on Tuesday,
January 15. Two of the group's
members, Priscilla Sims and Tita

Silsby. wearing polleras, the na

tional dress of Panama, will tell

the ladies about "Carnival" and

demonstrate some native dances

All cancellations must be made

by noon Monday the lt4h bv call

ing Mrs. Ella Ely at Navy 3578.

(Continued on Page 7).

Dr. and Mrs. Birdsl ;
To Entortain
Dr. Benjamin J. BirdsaU,; Chief
of Field Party, Division of Agri:

culture and Natural Resources.!

I Point Four, and Mrs. Birdsau will
)e hosts to about forty guests at a
cocktail-buffet in their. home in the

fcfi, ,s sister acted a bridesmaid. Engagement Announced (Maduro Apts., El Cangrejo on Sat-,

She wore blue slKT'dresathl i Mr. jaad ,Mr:"4Jbn T Dilion ofUraay. v "3 f
white accessories and carried a Gambua wish tj ..announce the en- Many members of Canal Zone
nosegay of pink carta tions. ' J .'gagement of their. dt.ughter, Mary'and Panama society, as wen as

i1

Th secret's
in th sauce..

and the sauce

Is Campbell's

isecretf

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Hn uS lift i oJsS--y
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rich Muct the live lively
ly lively flavor of each
plump, tender beaa.
Serve it toon!

BEANS ahp PORK,

New low prices!

Polish Covernmen!

Makes Svecping
Farm Concessions
WARSAW, Jap. 10 The polish

government yesterday announced

sweeping concessions, iq jarmers

ttt a move aimosi revoiu.iouary in
a Communist government.
The program held -,.the promise
of higher prices t- peasants for

their produce and encouraged pri private
vate private ownership : of land which
could be handed down from father
to son. v v-
Edward. Ochab,, former i J'Stalin J'Stalin-ist".firs;
ist".firs; J'Stalin-ist".firs; secretary; of the .Com .Communist
munist .Communist party tin- Poland, was
named minister of, agriculture.
Observers said the appointment
and the concessions were con connected
nected connected closely in view of the Jan.;
20 national election. j
The appointment pushed Ochab, i
credecessor. to "'liberal" Commun Communist
ist Communist leader Wladislaw Gomulka,

into a post that could cause his

politloal suicide.

Despite the new concessions to

Polish farmers, the post of minis

ter of agriculture is the one most

likely t o attract unpopulariv

Ochab replaced Natoni Kuligow-

skl. No further mention of Kuli
gowski was made,

The protest announced by the

Polish Workers (Communist) par

ty today admitted the failure iof

the communization of Polish agri
culture.

Its two main points were the
cutting of compulsory deliveries
by one-third and doubling the
mice paid to farmers for grain to

be delivered under compulsory

deliveries. I

However, observers believe tin

til the compulsory deliveries a

abolished entirely, the peasants

will be unhappy and their discon discon-temi
temi discon-temi will be heaped on Ochab'?

head,

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The. juices of different, garden
freih vegetable are blended into
thia famous drink. Youngsters love
its lively flavor, and thrive on ita
vitamin-packed

goodness. At meal mealtimeor
timeor mealtimeor between
meals-r-V-8 gives
them th refresh refreshment
ment refreshment they want,
and the nourish nourishment
ment nourishment they need.

rf MnOOtig Nr oeeale wksaONiliit

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MR. AND MRS. JAMES EDWARD MOBLEY shown during their wedding at Balboa Church"
of Christ Dec. 3f). Mra. Mobley Is the former Miss Rachel Ann Strickland, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, P. W.'strickland of Balboa. Mr.; Mobley is the son of Mr.; and Mrs. W. S. Mobley
-'.'v,:-'. ....r, .'-.-u :. : t utica Mississippi,- r ,';f.-r.'
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By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE

WHEN company comes to din

ner, Edith, aged 14, and Sissy, 11,

wash and dry the dishes. Later

their mother puts them away.
One evening after a company
dinner that included leg of lamb,'
Edith decided not to wash the

roasting pan: Coldly greasy, it look

ed so disagreeable that she didn't
want to touch it. So she left It on
the stove, hoping her mother would
not find it until she'd gone to bed
and then wash it herself.

& But her mother found it before

Edith went upstairs. Calling her,

she asked, "What's this pan doing
here unwashed?!'

"I thought you might want to

save what was left of the gravy In
it," Edith said.

THIS answer was what "psycholo

gists call "rationalizing" the

es we dislike; that w always do

a: ois srasc

what we are. It's purpose is eva

sion of criticism. By rejecimg Jier-

Iself as a girl who dislikes nasty

cnores ana appearing a one Vir Virtuously
tuously Virtuously concerned only with her
mother's wishes, Edith hoped to

avert .aitack. for the unwashed
roastiiTg;'pan;N. v:""'- -'"
She didn't succeed. As usual, her

mother was irritated by her eva evasiveness
siveness evasiveness and snapped, "Don't give
me that! You 'just didn't want to

wash it." (Miro1 '' ;

Irritation with the''rallonalizlna'

child's evasiveness does not help

him outgrow it. 'Ail it does la sug suggest
gest suggest that we are hit. moral superi superior
or superior and. force him to' insist on his
falge virtuousness more aggressive aggressively
ly aggressively than ever,

If we want to teach him how to

happened to us when a child show

ur the .'absurdity of our. claim to

experience.- ; ? ,,.faultleisness Dy clalming) It him
Jtcan be the best thing that ever I sell, v r . T .. .

give us the Ies3 pleasant truths a

bout himself,, there's only one way
to do it give him the less plea

sant ones about us.

AS we prepare to wash that

roasting pan outselves, we say to
Edith, "I don't blame you for not

wanting to scour thia pan. It's a
horrid chore, I'd like to avoid it

myself. The only difference be between
tween between us Is that I'm older than

you. I've had longer to learn that
it's silly to avoid what has to be

done.
Children learn ''rationalizing"

from us, if- our youngster, goes in

for it, we should be glad to know
he's probably got the trick from
us. Our jesentment at him la our
resentment against the moral valu values
es values that have forced us to "rational

ize," pretending we like nasty chor-

Gave False Medicine
So I)oc ShotThen He
PITTSBURGH. (UP)-An en en-raged
raged en-raged patient shot and killed his
doctor and then took his- own life
with the same gun yesterday. He
complained to a friend he had
been given the "wrong medicine."
Woo Bing, 44, under treatment
for nervous and skiri disorders,
fired three shots to kll' Dr. Fabian
M. Miheli., 43 in the general
practitioner's" East Liberty office.
He then fired three allocs at him himself
self himself and collapsed on the floor
while-trying to reload his .38 cal caliber
iber caliber revolver. i- ,.
Dr. Mihelic was detd when po police
lice police arrived. Woo died shortly aft

er arrival at' a nearby hospital.
Woo had been ucder treatment
by: Dr. Mihelii" aince 1955 i for
hypertension i and acne; .The. pa patient
tient patient had complained to a friend.

Philip Chan, .that he, thought the

doctor was "giving him-the wrong

meaicme, ', poiic reported. ,k ; v.

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Mr. and Mrt. W, R, Newland
Announce Birth Of Son v
A son. ChrlstODhen John, was

hnrn Wednesday afternoon in Gam

deh, N. J. to Mf. and Mrs.: William
Ross Newland, who are now living

in- Camden.- Christopher.- Jonn is
their second child and second son.
Roth Mr. and Mrs. Newland are

veil-known in the Canal Zone. Both

ere born here and grew up on
the Isthmus. Mrs Newland is the
former- Elaine Lombardi daughter

of Mr. and .Mrs. IS. (J. jbomDara,
how of Toms River, N. J; Mr. New New-land
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19th Annual Ball sponsored by the
Pacific Chapter of the Canal Zone
police Association and mat- i
purchased irom nf Canal Zone
Policeman on the Pacific Side for
therpric)a of $1 each. The Ball will
be held on tha evening of March
18th at the Union Club,
Parklngproblems will be easy
ty using the-Civil Affairs Parkiny
Lot. and litillainethe taxi service

provided. Guards will afain be us-

ed"in this area.
Ticket .purchasers" are asked to
mark their choice for Queen from
among the candidates whose names

appear, on tne ticKet siud, nameiy:
Becky ; Abell, Billle Sue Spencer,

Carol Voortmeyer; Camille : EHis.

and (Shirley Ann Meyer. Please re return
turn return the marked stub to the seller
and retain the other 'half -of the

ticket lor entrance.
The marked and numbered ticket

stubs -will be used in counting the
votes for Oueenr and will also be

used in the drawing for the Door

Prizes: First Prize KCA blonde-cabinet-model
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Second Prizes Round-trip for two
persons to Miami on APA; Third
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. Reservations for choice labfes
can now be made by calling Balboa

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H'ilh Army, Too
MEMPfflS.Tehn; (UPV-A pre pre-Induction
Induction pre-Induction physical report Which
will make singer Elvis Presley's
draft classification 1A was mailed
to his draft board today.
CapU Elwyn Rowan said the
' singer passed; his pre-induction
physical with ease and "qualified
for 1A.' tv ,--
Hnuvi Tinman (aid It nmiilfl

Erobably be six months or more
efore Presley is called in serv service,
ice, service, despite the' top draft-eligible
classification,
The civilian time left -for Pres Presley
ley Presley will depend on the size of the
city's draft quota and the number
of volunteers, be laid.

Bandleader's Wife
(telle Left
Her For Anoiher
NEW YORK (UP) The red

haired wife of bandleader- Arthur
Engler i charged in a separation

suit yesterday that her guy walked

out on her for another don,

Mrs. Shirley Engler. mother of

two children, said that her hus

band admitted his love for actress
Vivian Blaine, the star of "Guys

and Dolls."

She ( aid she had "read a pub

nsned report about a romance be between
tween between him and Miss Blaine which

he admitted". vv Mrs.., Eagler also
said he ignored her' pleas for a

reconciliation and told her that

"the heart -'la not, mechanical:

you can't turn it on and off." ?

In San 'Francisco Miss Blaine

denied she is the "other woman,"
in the broken marriage, t

I feel like an idiot." said Miss

IBlaine. "There is no great big ro

mance involved and I don't know

what they are trying to prove, but

they are handling it in a cheap
way, a filthy way, and J refuse
to handle it in the same way."

She said she and Engler have

been friends for about a year and

a half. She said they occasionally

I Urn aetice far laduiiea I afaiai
colwraa beul4 a submitted
typ-wrttta Urai t4 mtiUi to eae
I at th boa numbers' listed daily
'Socil ana Otkeryite," e 1aliar 1aliar-aa
aa 1aliar-aa by hand la tha ettice. Neticet ef
meetings canet fc accete4
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Of Chap.er No. 84 i ,
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The regular quarterly meeting of

Chanter No; 2 Kauonal Associa

tion of Retired Civil Emplyes will

be a luncheon meeting in the a era

Room of the Tivoll Guest House',
Sunday at 13:30 p.m.: i.. 1 a

All old umers vistung tne istn-

mus' are Invited to join with us at

this meeting.;-Members who-kaow
of such persons are asked to in inform
form inform them of th meeting. Reserv

ations by phone 'should be : made

prompiiy'to capt, j.- al

naune ana service urouwer; on
two Panama Canal nroiects. for

hvhich bids were opened yesterday

.lit uio AUKMiuavijiUUil DUilUlllg at

Balboa weights. -3 x
j 1 Hauke bid $3,800 for the cons cons-truction
truction cons-truction of a 15 by 20 foot masonry
building which will serve as a lu lubricant
bricant lubricant storeroom at Pedro Miguel
Locks. .
Brouwer was low with! an offer
Of $1,435 for the interior nainMne

of four houses and seven apart-

menis xocaiea in isaiDoa, Los Rios,
Gatun and Margarita.'

Houses included on the oaintins

schedule are No. 6394 In Los Rios

ana ssos. wai and 1455 In Margarita-
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drive ends Sunday,. This-will be
ak'RaUy Day" in an effort to
exceed the all-time attendance
record of 155 let a year ago, at
the Ancon, Nazarene church.
The vftveraa;e weekly attend attendance
ance attendance has Increased a4 tte two

tsama have been strivinjt to win.
The civilians lead every week
except last Sunday, when the
military gained 17 points for the
day. The t civilians have' 484
points to the Militarys' 401.
Sunday will bs the deciding
factor as to the contest winner.

winners in a barbecue supper.

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have had

together.

lunch and dinner to-

6-365, Fred Sill 2-3165 or by mail
to the secretary Box 582,' Balboa,

The cost of the luncheon will be

$1.56. per parson.' '-' 1 t

Matters of interest to au retired

people will b' discussed. ; --

Singers Invited - K
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Charus Rehaarsala i. k ''
The Pan Americin Festival
Chorus will resume, its rehearsal
meetings tonight, in tha auditori auditorium
um auditorium of the JWF-USCV La B e c a
Road, l7;8(r'p.Bgua wr.-vc ;-m
Participation In this group is op open
en open to all services personnel, their
adult dependents "residents of the
Canal Zone and of the Republic of
Panama. Those interested in chor choral
al choral singing are invited to attend.
Eastern Star Chapter Maett
A stilted "meeting' of Orchid
Chapter No.: 1, Ordered of Eastern
Star, will be held Friday evening,
January H, at 7:30 p.m. in the
Scottish Rite temple, Balboa, Ca

nal Zone. Refreshments will b)

served after the meeting.

PARAMUS; N.J.. Jan. 10 (UPV-

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Win Puts Chesterfield
J-f2 Games In Front;
Osorio Cops 4th Game
' J By J. J. HARRISON JR.
- Chesterfield outfielder Bobby Prescott, a slump slump--
- slump-- Dlairued veteran who was beginning to wonder it
he'I ever "snap out of it," slammed a three-and-two
pitch served up by Cerveza Balboa s Ronnie Sheetz
- Jver the left field fence in the sixth inning, to pro provide
vide provide the margin of victory in the Smokers 3-to-2

wm ai ine uiympic oiouiuw

' Alberto Osorio, who went Sev Severn
ern Severn Innings In notching his
lourth victory to make him tne
wlnnlngest pitcher in the loop,
was relieved by Jerry Davie who
hurled scoreless ball the rest oi
the way. Osorio has dropped one

'. Sheetz, who started and was
the 16ser, allowed all the Smoker

scoring during me u
third frames he worked. Stanley
Arthur and Carlos Thorne fin finished
ished finished up. Sheetz's record now
stands at 2-3.
he Smokers are now one
nno.viftif carries ahead oi

the Beermen, with the Carta
Vieja Yankees trailing by three.

""prescott, who hit his first
ronndtripper of the season,
and rot a single "n his last
trin to the nlate Jn the sev seven4,
en4, seven4, said af'er the K he
i felt "real rood" because he had
begnn to wonder if he would
wer again ret a sinrle, not to
aneak of a home run.
"I guess it was about time,
he said, "maybe 111 come to
invself now." ...
The Beermen had taken a
one-run lead in the third on
Herman Charles' two-bagger and
John Glenn's single, but in the
next frame a walk to Marcos
Coos, a double to right by Al Alberto'
berto' Alberto' Osorio and Ed Napoleon s
th'rd consecut've single, made
th fcrore 2 to 1.
Bobby's blast gave Alberto a
5 to I cushion in the sixth, and
the Beermen's other run, on a
sacrifice fly by Leon KeUman
after Osorio had been lifted,
came in the eighth.
, Napoleon had a perfect night
. at the. plate with three hlU
an,two walk", ene of, them
- Intentional. The yQnng.fl y

"Jim Tafum looks'
For New Assistant
Jo! Replace Teaoue
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" CHAPEL HILL, N.C Jan. 10 10-tjf
tjf 10-tjf Jim Tatum looked around
1 occictnnt to reDlace Ea-

lui iisw
j: ir.oma uhn resigned El Ine

University of Nortii Carolina to be become
come become head coach at The Citadel.
Yeague, third Tatum assistant to
beaome a head cor.ch in the past

year, signed a five-year contract
Monday at the South Carolina
scfool. Teague had been an assist assistant
ant assistant !to Tatum at Maryland before
the former Terrapin coach moved
heije! last year and he came here

with his boss.

'Saturn said Teaeue "will make

ThY Citadel a fine head coach.
. : Tatum said Teaeue's resigns tiop

will leave a "big vacancy" on the

Tat Heel coaching staff and "his
plate will be hard to fill."
He said he will name Teague's

successor from among the part part-tinje;
tinje; part-tinje; coaches who worked with the

Tar, Heels auring ine iw ioovoau
season.

chaser, who Insists he is "just
being lucky," Is becoming In Increasingly
creasingly Increasingly more dangerous at
the plate every day.
Cobos, who said he felt less
pain on his Injured leg last
night, had a double and a sin single
gle single in three trips. His sprint
from first and slide at the plate
as he scored in the fourth, had
manager Andy Cohen worried,
but the willing backstop assur assured
ed assured his skipper he was "perfectly
okay."
There was some real excite excitement
ment excitement when Glenn walked in the
ninth with two out and Hector
Lopez came to the plate to take
two balls, a swinging strike, a
called strike and then a hefty
whiff to end the contest.
No game is scheduled for to tonight.
night. tonight. The Beermen meet the
Yankees tomorrow night at the
Olympic Stadium at 7:30.
Bobbv B!as!s One

Cerveza Balboa

Moore, ss
Charles, 3b ...
Glenn, cf
Lopez, 2b
Pinkston, rf .

P. Osorio, lb, II
Kellman, c
Grenald, If

Hardy
Thorne, p
Sheetz. p

Artnuri p

AB
...5
...5
...3
...4
...2
..4
...1
...3
...1
...0
,.2
...0

Gordon, lb 1

HPO
1 1

Total 31 2 5 24 14
Hardy safe on fielder's choice
for Grenald in 8th.

Chesterfield -.
Napolen, rf 0
Bernard, is

Parris. 3b .5 0

E. Osorio, 'lb...,,, '3

Austin. 2b ......... 4
Prescott, IX 4

4
3

Grote, ct
Cobos. c

A. Osorio, p 2
Davie, p 1

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2
1
4
4
1
0

Total

......34 3 11 27 17

Score bv Innings

C. Balboa 001 000 0102 5 0
Chest. 000 201 OOx 3 11 2

SUMMARY
Error: Grote, A. Osorio. RBI's:
Glenn, A. Osorio, Napoleon,
Prescott, Kellman. Earned runs:
Cerveza Balboa 1, chesterfield
3. Two base hits: Cobos, Charles,
A. Osorio, Moore, P. Osorio.
Home runs: prescott. Sacrifice
hits; Sheetz, A. Osorio. Passed
ball: Kellman. Struckout by:
Sheetz 2, A. Osorio 2, Arthur 2,
Davie 1. Base on balls: oft:
Sheeta 2, A. Osorio 6, Arthur 1,
Davie 1. Left on base: Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield 12, Cerveza Balboa 11.
Pitchers' record: sheetz 3 runs,
0 hits in 5 1-3 Innings; A. O O-sorio,
sorio, O-sorio, 2 runs, 5 hits In 7 In Innings
nings Innings (pitched to two batters in
in 8th) ; Arthur, 0 run, 1 hit to
1 2-3 innings, winning pitcher:
A. Osorio (4-1). Losing pitcher:
Sheetz (2-3). Umpires: Thorn Thorn-tn,
tn, Thorn-tn, Roberts, Moore. Time of
game: 2:30. T

Frank Gifford
UP's M.V.P.
Pro Gridder

NEW YORK, Jan. 10 (UP) Frank
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liiiiora. wno inciuaes piayiuK max

halfback for the New York Giants
among his many money making
activities, today was named the
National Football League's Most

Valuable Player for the 195 sea

son in the annual United Press

nnll.

Gifford, whose Jobs include own owning
ing owning and renting apartment houses
and writing a sports column, re received
ceived received 12 votes in balloting by 25
sDorts writers who covered the

campaign in the league cities.
Bobby Layne, Detroit Lions
quarterback who led the pro cir circuit
cuit circuit in scoring with 99 points, was
second with seven votes.
Only two other players received
votes. Rick C a s a r e s Chicago
Bears fullback who won the rush rushing
ing rushing title with 1,126 yards, drew
four votes. The other two went to
Tobin Rote, Green Bay Packers
quarterback who led the league s
passers in yards gained in 1956
with 2,203 yards.

Boxing Anii-Trusl
Probe is Opened
Promoter Testifies

CLEVELAND, Jan.
government opened

10 (UP) The
its anti-trust

suit charging fixed prices and iUe-

gal boycotts m d"'.
testimony by an Akron fight pro promoter
moter promoter who said he was expelled
from the Boxing Guild of Ohio.
Robert Heath testified that he
was expelled from the Ohio Guild
after he became a matchmaker
for television studio bouts.
iwondanti in the suit are Xne

Tnrorn itlnnal Btxkw Guild, a sub-

siliary, the Boxing Guild of Ohio,
and three officials of the two
rharles Johnston. New

York, IBG general president, Wil William
liam William Daly, New York, -IBG gener general
al general treasurer, and Albert W. Del Del-mnnto
mnnto Del-mnnto Cleveland. BGO president.

The government contends that in
television matches staged between
April and October of 1955 the de defendants
fendants defendants fixed prices and insti

gated boycotts. : n: t v

Heath testified that ha organ-

ganized .the BGO In 1052. He said
Delmonte.wai "hand picked", by

Jack Kearns, boxing manager, to

head the group before it was
formed and that the local group's

decisions were made in the east

Heath said that fighters to be

boycotted by the Guild were de described
scribed described as "boxers in trouble,"

meaning that- members of the

groups should not do business with
them.

Defense attorneys contended in
their opening ita'temen ha TV

was killing the boxing industry
and that studio bouts," such as

those arranged by Heath, were

"gymnasium shows put on for the
benefit of razor blades and beer."

Jackie Robinson T urns Down
Highest Offer 6t His Career

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CLOSE QUARTERS Gene Fullmer (left) and world middle middleweight
weight middleweight champion Sugar Ray Robinson trade blows as they
clinch In the first round of their championship light in New
York. Fullmer scored a unanimous decision over Robinson to
win the title. .'

Beer

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Robert Taylor in
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Marlon Brando in
"JULIUS CAESAR"

Today IDEAL 20 JO
Van Johnson In
"Men of The Fighting Lady"
James Stewart in
"CARBINE WILLIAMS"

The

By BREWM4STER

npermen acain failed to

come up with that big game last
night, and as a result, today

finds them one and one-nan
games off the pace that Is be be-fmr
fmr be-fmr aet hv their conauerors,

Chesterfield. With 13 games left
to olay. Leon Kellman's troop

will have to put on extra pres pressure
sure pressure to cop the pennant,
Ronnie Sheeta, starting and
losing pitcher for the Beermen,
was far below his usual self, but
somehow managed to keep down

the r scoring bv soma smart

pitching in the pinches. In the
five and one-third innings he
toiled, he was touched for nine
hits, one of them, Bobby pres pres-cott's
cott's pres-cott's first homer of the season,
and three runs, all earned. How However,
ever, However, during that period, nine
Smokers were left stranded on
the basepaths. :'
Alberto Osorio, Smoker start starter
er starter held the Beermen to five
bingles, three of them doubles
bv Herman Charles, Clarence
Moore and Pepe Osorio. His
control was not np to its n n-sual
sual n-sual standard, as he issued a
total of six free passes in the
seven frame he worked. The
Beermen left a total of 11
runners on base. -, .
Cerve2a Balboa's relief aces

Stanley Arthur arid Carlos
Thorne were attain at their best.

In the Smoker sixth, after Pres

cott had homered, Hai arote ana
Marcos Cobos singled in succes-.
sion. They were sacrificed along

by Al Osorio and at this point

Sheetz was relieved by Stanley

Arthur. The first man to meet

the little righthander, was Ed

die Napoleon. Napoleon was or ordered
dered ordered intentionally passed. He
forced the dangerous Pablo

Bernard to strike out on a bad

pitch and -retired 'Clyde parris

on a fly to right, thereby pre

venting further scoring. He was
lifted for a pinch batter in the

sevenin. ; w j

Carlos "Cowboy" Thome took
over in the eighth, and had his
hands full in the same inning.

He successfully' got out of the1

fi. however, bv fanning, the

dangerous Clyde parris with

runners on second and third.

It was anonnnced that right righthander
hander righthander pob Trice would ar arrive
rive arrive on the Isthmus tomorrow.
With Trice, the Beermen can
boast of another starter. He
should be of considerable help
to the club. He is also a good
hitter, and can play first base
or in the outfield if necessary.

George Brunei is manager

Leon Keiiman's cnoice to go a-

gamst Carta vie a tomorrow

night. The .Beermen begin a
three-game series with leader

Chesterfield on Sunday mom

ing in the Colon Stadium, where

they win be racea by tneir oja
nemesis Humberto Robinson.

Robbie has broken even in two
decisions with them so far this
season. The final two contests
will be Tuesday night in a twin

bill at the Olympic Stadium.

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Thur. Jan. 10 Lou Olug A A-gency
gency A-gency vs USA Signal Service.
FrL Jan. 11 20th. Infantry vs

Tasco Batteries.

Pan Llqnldo Takes 5 Opener
with p.hief-umnire Merv Met-

heny shouting the ever famous

crv of "Play Ban- ror wie oo

season, Cerveceria's 'Tan Liqui Liqui-do"
do" Liqui-do" took advantage of the first
game offerings by touching
Guld's "SUrs" 8 to 0 behind the
brilliant pitching of McNair
Lane, one of the many Improv Improved
ed Improved hurlers which impressed the
fair crowd attending the thrill thriller
er thriller last Monday.

Trailing theStars" who took

an lmnresslve lead at the end

of the first frame on three con

secutive basehits ana wany

Trout's bases-loaded single scor scoring
ing scoring 2 of their 5 big runs, Pan
Liquldo raUied in the fifth half
on four hits, walks, passed balls
and wild pitches off of big Lou
Hilzinger, the loser, for 4 runs.

Larrr ptmnre of the "Beer

men" took the hitting honors of

the day with a double and sm-j

gie in snree omci&i macs i,

bat

The box score: .-
-

Cerveceria Balbea

B. Taht, U ..... .-3 3 I-

L. Chance, lb 3 2 2 9 0
A. Foslk, 3b ......4 0 0 0 2
B. Carlin, ss 4 1112
M. Lane, p 3 1 1 0 2
B. Lawyer, rf ....2 1 1 0 0
H. Hale, cf .......0 0 0 0 0
D. Lacy, cf 1 0 0 1 O
Y. Padron, 2b ... 2 0 1 1 3
W. Stock, 2b 1 0 0 0 0
J. Brongroni, c ...3 l l 0 0
Total 26 8 8 18- 9

NEW YORK, Jan. 10 (UP) -Jackie
Robinson-rejected the high highest
est highest offer of his carer today and
prepared to write his formal fare farewell
well farewell to basebalL
The 38-year old Negro star,' end ending
ing ending his career amid the same swirl
of controversy with which it began,
revealed that he is turning down
more than $50,000 and "other con considerations"
siderations" considerations" to play this year with
the 'New York Giants. He said his
formal request for voluntary retire retirement
ment retirement would be sent to National
League President Warren ; Giles

"no later than next Tuesday."

"I only regret this offer wasn't
made ito me a couple of years ago,"
said Robinson by way of thanking
the Giants for their generous of

fer. "I would, havt loved to play

lor people wee Horace stoneham

and Chub Feeney."
It wa Feeney, the Giants

young, vanmoutn-eaucated vice

president, who made the final bid

mi mre dacjue oacn lor one more

yesr."
The offer. contract for mor

than $50,000 in 1957 and a subse subsequent
quent subsequent job in the Giants' organiza

tion, was made last night at Chub's

home where Robinson and his wife

dined with Mr. and Mrs. Feeney.

News of the meeting leaked out

and Kobinson discussed it with re reporters
porters reporters before appearing on a tele

vision program.
Robinson, whose too salarv with

the Brooklyn Dodgers was $42,500,
said he thought "I convinced Fee Feeney
ney Feeney that I won't be playing," and
added, 'T, don't believe I could do
the Giants any good."

He told me to think it over and

give him the benefit of the doubt
if there was the slightest chance
I'd play," Robinson said. "I toll
him there was very, very little

chance. I didn't give him a defi

nite answer, but in my own mind

Know nowvi ieei." ., (i
The .Giants cancelled a Dress con

ference they intended to call for
this morning in the hope of an announcing
nouncing announcing Robinson's return to the

game but Fenney did hold out a
faint hope' that Jackie would

change his mind. ;

CONRAOO SARCEANT

Teams Won
Chesterfield.. 10,
Cerveza Balboa 8
Carta Vieja.. .... 7

Lost
7
10

Pet:
.588
.500
.412

Vz
3

TOMORROW NIGHT'S GAME At PanJma
Carta, Vieja (Romberger 2-2) vs. Cerveza Balboa
i" l (Brunet2-2).
Game Time: 7:30. ",.
LAST NIGHTS RESULT At Panama
Chesterfield 3, Cerveza Balboa 2.

CHS Easily Whips USS Jasper
12-3 In 57 TvviLoop Debiiti

STANDINGS

Powells
C.H.S.

USS Jasper
CHS-Alumni

W
..1
..1
..0
.o

if:

Pet.
1.000
1.000
..000
...000

Tuesday's Results
CHS 12 USS Jasper
Today's Game
CHS-Alumni vs C.H.S.

Lob Glud Agency
E. McArthur, If ..2 1 0 2
J. Malene, 3b 4 1 l 1
M. Woodruff, cf .4 2 l 1
A. Flynn, rf, 2b ..3 1 l 0
L. Hilzinger, p ...1 1 0 0
Husted, 2b, ss ....2 0 1 1
W. Trout, lb 3 0 1 8
C. Simons, 9 1 0 0 0
B. de la Mater, ss .2 0 0 1
B. Dunn, e 2 0 0 4

Total

e e

.24 6 5 18 I

Score by Innings
Teams R H I
C. Nacional 111 041 8 8 2
L. Glud Agency 500 0008 5 2
SUMMARY: Errors: stock
de la Mates, Dunn. RBI's: Fosik,
Trout 2, Lacy, pudron, Hilzinger,
Woodruff. Earned runs: Cer. e,
Lou Glud 4. Two base hits:
Chance,' Ftyrm. Stolen base:
Flynn. Dunn, Brongonl. Sacri Sacrifice
fice Sacrifice hits: Hilzinger, chance.
Hale. Wild pitch: Hilzinger 3.
Lane 2. Struckout by: Hllzineer
8, Lane 4. Base on balls off: Hil Hilzinger
zinger Hilzinger 3, Lane S. Left on base:
Cer. 5, Glud 7. Winning pitcher:
Lane, (l-0. Losing pitcher: HC-

zingerf 0-1). Umpires: Metheny

"I don't think there's much
chance he'll come back," Feeney
conceded. "But I lust have the feet

ing in the back of my mind that he!

stiu might, like to, give it a whirl

ror one more year,"-; ,4 4 -,
The Giants,- who drew only 630

ians a nome last season, ac
tually were willinc to invest iino

000 in Robinson's return. Thiji in includes
cludes includes the better-than $50,000 con contract,
tract, contract, the estimated $30,000 they

para we uoagers and the $20,000

vaiue anacnea to. Dick Littlefield,
the man without a team, j u
In addition to Robinson's draw drawing
ing drawing power the Giants needed him
desperately as a first base renlr.'

mcui mi- me oranea mil whir

and also believed he would prove a
spark for Willie Mays, their bril-

young center fielder whose

piay lauea on considerably in 1955

Sports Briefs

j 0f f ';
PITTSBURGH CUP) Newlv

crowned middleweieht chamninn

Gene Fullmer, has been nffnrH

$7,500 guarantee by Promoter Ben

AnoiiK to meet WUf Greaves in

1n 1 iti. 1

au-iuuiiu nun-uue oouc nere on

rD. zs. ruilmer also ha hn

offered 30 percent of the gate as
an alternative to the $7,500 guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. After winning: the titl lt

weonesoay night, Fullmer said he

nopea 10 nave a couple of non

Hue DOUtS before defendins in

eimer June or September.

MIAMLi;Fla.. rup r.'v

Game, who became th hioat

money winning Juvenile of 1956
with earnings of $214,805 hi. hm

ucirea rrom tot ?100,000 Added

""""j" owe to oe 'run ''at
Hlaleab Park. March i W.n.

smau oony growths under each

ironi xnee.

CAMBRIDGE. Mas itw ..

rm. r

ine ioo Hungarian Olympic

vuaiuyiuo WBier pOlQ W(m Will

stage an exhibition game at MIT

on jan. is as part of the group's
tour of American colleges for the

cenent 01 toe Hungarian Relief

r una.

In a came abbreviated to five

innings because of darkness,
Cristobal High School's Tigers
took the measure of the USS

Jasper nine by a convincing 12

to-3 count. y i"

Paced by Danny Concepcion,
who was the only hitter to hit

safely more than once (he naa
2 for 3 for his afternoon work),
Cristobal took advantage of the
1. nvtio ff Taonai vt 4-1 ATa nrVillA

vtf .tvu-trog va tl safc- ayauaav-a v
collecting six safeties of the

combined hurling of a pair of

Jasper twlrlers. ;

Ray Croft went the distance

for the Hirers allowing three

hits, two of which were bunch bunched
ed bunched into the second Inning when
Jasper capitalized on Croft's

wildness to score their only

three runs, croft allowed but a

pair of walks and these too were
in the second frame. Other than
In the second Inning, only two
Jasper players were able to
reach first base safely, one on

an error.
Patterson started for the los losers
ers losers giving up three hits and
seven free passes In three and
one third innings.. He was fol followed
lowed followed to the hill by Perelra. who

was greeted like a long lost

cousin as Cristobal batters hit
safely three times in the in inning
ning inning and two thirds that he
worked.
Loose plavine was th. order

of the day. as the USS Jasper
nine miscued six times and

Cristobal Hleh three in the

short five-inning tour.

The Tigers scored first in tne

opening stanza crossing the
plate three times, but Jasper
was right back in the ban game
in the upper third with -three
runs of their own. But the deadlock-was
not long to be, for

walks and Cristobal hits ac

counted for two runs In th
third, four in the fourth and
three more in the fifth and fi-

nai frame,' V"H-' '..'"'.'

C.H.S. can take lead today

"V

Cristnhn.1 ITIrh ev. i ja.--

opportunity to take an early
lead In tVi i.i,ti.v

league season today at 4:30 p.m.
Their competition will come come-from
from come-from the CBS-Alumnin nine;
who gave the defending champs
a struggle for their money last
Sunday afternoon at Mt. Hope
Stadium in the league opener.
A Switch in the Cristobal line lineup
up lineup will probably put Danny con-

K.tiMui on tne mound, wit n
SS5-nmSF tot0 one of. the 1
infield positions to Utilize his
hitting power. Bill Hughes wiU
probably call on his lanky right-

fw -'s ww -awu Ul(
the Tiger bats while Tommy
Hughes, Lee Leftrldge and Rock
attempt to put one in the win
fSlf"?. Alumni with
tneir bur bats, nima -.m. ,m

remain at 4:30 p.m. until the
lights have been repaired.
Box scores:
USS Jasper

w.tl A HPO A

ouey, .0, . .a O 0 a 0

nuittu, go '. ,. ...3' O
Mann, Jinv cf 3 0

Moats.-e ...2 t 1

Taylor, lb .....11

JNasn. ss : ..i,.

Man, Dave,. If .2 0
Conway, rf ....2 0
Patterson, p ..1 0
Plerira, p 1 0

10 0

0 '10

JB 1

0 4 0
0 lt 0
0 2 0
0 0 0
1 0 2
0 0 1

E
1
0;
1
3
0
0
0
0

C.H.S

Humphrey. Sb

Brians, 3b ....
Rankin, lCf ..
Kulig, ss

croit, p

1M I 15 4 I

, 1

concepcion. rf .a

Newhard, 2b ,l
Williams, ...1
Sasso, If 1
Gibson, lb 2

Tobin, lb

crawiora,

Llnescore:

uss jasper

21 12 0 18 B S

...030 003

BOSTON (UP) Welterwelehts

Tmy-DeMarco,-a fcrmei' cham

pion, a no uaspar Ortega have
been signed to meet for the' third
4ime in a 10-rnund bout at the
Boston Garden, Feb. Ortega

wvu. wvui previous DOUtS.

CORES')

There wiU be a meeting of the
Panama Canal Zone Women's Bow

ling Association 00 Saturday, Jan January
uary January 12 at the Margarita Club Clubhouse,
house, Clubhouse, Margarita. Canal Zone, at
2:00 p.m. . 1

.All women bowlers are urged to

attend. At this meeting, the 1957
Annual City Tournament date and

location wiU be voted upon. Any
women planning to attend, who

Standing
W L Pet

Police 1 0 1.000

Gibraltar Life ..1 0 1000

Spur cola .1 0 ,1.000
Lincoln Life ....0 1 i)00

Seymour Agency 0. l .000
Elks 1414 0 1 MO

'Spar Cola S Elks 1414 I

Testerdav a fair crowd wit

nessed the first shutout of this

young season. Long jonn zei zei-nick
nick zei-nick put on a one man show. He
allowed only one hit, struck out

15 opposing batters, waixeo

none and hit a home run over
the centerfield fence. The long
hit credited to the Elks went to
the rookie shortstop, Quiros.

Tommy Gangle pitcned a cred

itable, game for the Elks, al allowing
lowing allowing only three hits and three
walks, but five miscues on part
of his teammates did not help
matters. Gangle allowed three
free trips to first base and all

went to Starkenberg, the Spur
Cola's second aacker.

would luce transportation, nlease

and Brickhousev Scorer; Clark, call Cris. 2445, .: ... .

Spar Cola AB

Albritton, lb
Perantie, ss .......S

Starkenberg, 2b
Zelnick, f ..;.... 3
Bradshaw. cf 3

Mounts, If -3

Bowen, 30 .......3
Walker, rf ...3 S

Whitney, e ....3

EUta' HHU.

Poor, If . 1
Bettslak, If;
Stoudnor. 2b ,'......3
Burton, Sb ....... .-2
Lincoln, e ...--2

Oulros. ss ,,k.l

R
1
,ll
0
0
0
0
0

'II
i
0
1
0
0
0
0

C. H. S. 302 4312

Post is Assured

I(o Reds Feeling
Badly Over 1956
NEW YORK, Jan. 10 -UP)
Slugger Wally Post received a
heart warming vote of confidence
today when the Cincinnati Redlegs
granted him a raise despite a 1955
campaign in which his batting av average
erage average fell off 60 pointj.
The Redlegs thus expressed a
willingness to forget last season
when the 27-year-okt outfielder bit
a mere .249 and knocked in only S3
runs. Port walloped .309 and drove
in 109 runs in 1955.
The Redlegs pointed out that
Post finished the season strong
by hitting in 14 of his last 15
games. He Is the 14th Redleg te
agree to terms.
- The Kansas City Athletics as

nounced the signing of pitchers

Bobby Shants and Dave Melton

and- outfielder J o l a a y Groth.
Shants,' a bard-luck guy for the

last three years, said the finger

he fractured late last season had
healed. He had a 2-T record and a.

4 .34 earned run mark in .1958. i

Grata batted .258 in BS games
while Melton, 28, was sidelined all
last season with a fractured wrist.
, The Chicago White Sox as tied
outfielder Jim Delsing to Indian an

olis in the American Association,
Delsing' hit .095 in 65 games 1
year.-. ..... ..-.

Muuins, p ...
Gangle,' rf ..
McGrath, rf
Berg-er, lb V
Austin, cf ...

2

.1
..0

2"
2

0
0
-
V
0
0
00
o
- fl

Atlantic Teener

League r.Ieetin
51

Tomorrow fiisht

A meeting of the Allan tie
Teener League officials, man managers
agers managers and fana wiU be held at
the Margarita Service Center

0 1 board room tomorrow night at
07:30.
8 Everyone interested in the
et continued success cf the league
I is urged to attend the meeting.

T



W''Mr' ''" M II .... 1

Finsterwald
Draws High
White Sox Offer Cash
4 Players For Kaline

, r - i

Calcutta: Bid

4

1 1 i f I I
I i t
MMII- i.!-

LAST GROUP OF PROS TO ARRIVE Los Angeles Open win winner
ner winner Doug Ford and Dow Finsterwald, the last pros to arrive
from Jhe VS. for the Panama Open which got underway to today,
day, today, are greeted at the Tocumen airport by George Fox and
Felipe' Clement. (Left, to right) Fox,. Ford, Clement and
!.' Finsterwald.

By WAITER C. WATSON .
President Ernesto de la Guar

dia Jr. oflcially got- the 1957
Panama open golf tournament
underway-shortly before 1 p.m.
today as he teed off at the No.
1 tee of the Panama Golf Club
with a long drive that ended in
the middle of the fairwav.

Teeing off along with the

Panamanian chief executive,
who will also be seeking one of
the Open V to prizes for ama amateurs.
teurs. amateurs. ,, were professionals Bob

Fretland of the Brazos Brook

Golf Club and Anibal Macarron

of the Panama Golf Club.

This is the 23rd nlavlner, of

tne no. l isthmian Golf show,

Yesterday afternoon isthmian

golfers headed bv President tie

ia uuaraia. one of Panama's

better golfers, ministers of state.

diplomats, and high rank ins

military and civilian officials cf

ine uanaivzone, ; witnesses a
fine demonstration of how the

gams is played by the best, in
the business when the visiting
pros,, with "Tiny" George Bayer
as master of, ceremonies, went
through their paces at the golf
clinic, officially opening the 1957

Manama open.j

Ho-Hum, Kansas Still No! 1;
Arid Rest of Cage Poll Same

VPW YORK. Jail. 10 tUP) Is

this to be, one of the most formful

college basketball -seasons e v e r t
tw same four teams remained

atop the United Press ratings to-

! day r jor ine '.xnira bith8i.
with Kansassand North Carolina

1-2 for tha mm wees, in, a ii ;
, TTnJiarmnw Avitk COmDratlVfr

Iy easy competition in.$tore for tne

leaders, tnere appearea ui-wu jo jo-oect
oect jo-oect of a, shakeup in' the ratings
. i-i n.nnlr ...

Vanderbilt-was thia week's only
..,DMmhA smnna the top 10

teams, moving up to ninth place

from 11th. Illinois suffered, me Dig Dig-.
. Dig-. gest demotion in the select group,
' dropping from 6th to 10th place.
, f . v-
21 $elct Kansas

Kansas, leading the ratings since

the start of tne season, was me
first-place choice of 28 of the 35

leading coacnes wno comprise me
United Press boarl. North Caro

lina and th'rd-ranked- Kentucky
each attracted three first place
ballots, while fifth ranked Louis Louisville
ville Louisville .had one.
Not only Vere the teams ranked

in much the same order as tne
previous week, but tke point dif differences
ferences differences between, them were "al "altered
tered "altered very little. Kansas's 338
points were 'only one more than
fast -week and Its margin over
North Carolina was increased only

from 43 to 50 points.

With points distribute! on a 10-

9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis. North Caro

lina had 288, Kentucky 253, South

ern Methodist 236, Louisville 138,

UCLA 136. Iowa State 102. Okla

noma AaM 73, Vanderbilt 69 and

Illinois 54.

J

i, J V ..rtW-liw ,-fcw.4isS n- -afcOMW.. lyililMliiiUliiiillM ll m-mtmmifX

THF SIZING Vp--Woiid' middleweight champion Sugar Ray Robinson (left)(?K'SSsSlli
SquarGaroS. f" JtaM0U" .la:.U,l? 10ut w kdln

OfficiaiShowing;Of r56

World Series Clears Up

Several Doubtfur Points

Hurricane Jackson
Held In Fala! N. Y.
Automobile Accidenl

t "s,' UC1A Movt s, Up

UCLA 'and the Oklahoma Aggies

each moved up one nocch from
last week: Louisville and Iowa

State clung to the same rankings.

The coaches based their ratings

on games played through Saturday

night, Jan. 5.

Manhattan dropped out of the

top ten this week. Canisius headed

the second 10 group, followed in
order by Seattle, Minnesota and
Wake Forest. Manhattan and St,

Louis were lied for 15th place,

with Brigham Young 17th, Duke

18th, and San Francisco, Oklaho

ma city university and .California
tied for 19tb pkce.

Thirty-five teams received votes

this week, San Francisco, the de

fending national champion, moved
up from a tie for 28th place last
week. Dayton,- one of the pre-sea-

son top 10 picks, received only one

point.

I -mm f

r 1

I 1

I 1

UiVlVUU OA M. I'M I
I' it i I 1 -f -f '5 I;" I

Isthmian Aquamen
Jo Hplcl Meeting ;

Monday In Balboa
Thc Isthmian Aquamen Club
will hold a meeting Monday
, nite, Jan. 14, at 7:30 pm. in the
Balboa Yacht .club. pres. "Bill-

Taylor requests all members to
tw rtresent tm thcn will h an

year at .that time.
' Final plana for the proposed

Pequeni River trip will also be

utoviwuvu $jj wua ciuvcikauuucub
Committee member, Karl Glass.
Visitors are invited, oa if : you
have any friends that would
like to attend the meeting, bring

Smallest Pro Cager

Takes Oyer as Coach
Of St. Louis Hawks
ST. LOUIS (UP- The smallest

player in professional basketball.

Slater (Dugie) Martin, took ovv

as coach of the St. Louis Hawks

today, replacing Red Holzman

who resigned two days ago.

Martin, who stands only 5-feet
10-inches, was named 'to pilott he
Hawks for the rest of this season
by owner Ben Kerner late Tues-
dy- s,
"Martin is the coach for "th's'

year." Kerner said. "But I will

decide on the coach for next sea season
son season after the end of the current
season, probably in ApriL,., ;

Demonstratlnr the proper

Igrth andM stance and really1

. maKing k iook easy, ine pro
went on to show the result
they get (and the dubbers
don't) with each dub in the
bag. The. gallery., was thrilled
by each demonstration begin beginning
ning beginning with Joe Conrad display
ing good form with the wedge
and finishing; np with the fan fantastic
tastic fantastic drives into Panama Bay
of the Bambino (George Bay Bayer)
er) Bayer) himself.;, i, s:-t.
Fidel DeLucas. recent winner

of the Brazilian Open and re

putedly one of .the best golfera
to come from the Argentine, im-

Dressed the fana with hi driv

ing nower, second only to that
of Bayer. Arnold Palmer, de

fending champion, drew a fine
round of applause when he was

introduced ana his exniwtion

with the NoaS wood served no

tice on all challengers that he

was fully recovered from his re

cent Illness and fit to defend his
title. ,, ,:.
Immediately followln' the
clinic, five local whiskey import importers
ers importers and a local distiller were
hosts at a cocktail party in the

clubhouse, during which the

auction of the players for the

fliilmittft nonl and drawing nf

the numbers for the popular stiel mouth is wide open.

tripleta was conducted by Alber-1 Mantle emerges as slightly re

NEW YORK, Jan. 10 (UP)-Base-

S ball fans can rest assured today

that the N. Y. Yankees won the
World Series, Don Larsen actual actually
ly actually pitched a perfect game and no
body knows for certain whether
Jackie Kobinson will play ball

next season.
All of these points were settled,
or not settled, as the case may

be, at the first official showing of

the -official -world series turns.
Yogi Berra was on hand as one

of the heroes of the piece but Kob

inson didn t show, probably in def

erence to Don Newcombe,

Newcombe didn t do any, better

this lime around Jbut among the
issues settled were: t

l. The double day is. the. best

joke since traveling salesmen quit
visiting 'farmhouses..
2. Casey Stengel never. -.V but.

never, is .caught-wlth- his. mouth
closed. - ;
37 Mickey THanUe Is no? Joe pi

Maggio with a glove.

4. Country r slaughter. was noi

"goat,, when he missed Jackie
Robinson's ; liner in the Yankee

losr of the sixth game. 1 I

5. And Yogi Berra i is a great,

bear hugger.

Film Available For Showing

Six hundred prihts of He series",

40-mmute show., may be bor

rowed from Director Lew Fonseca

at 64 Jackson Blvd., Chicago, or
throuah any major league ball

club. And ,they are wen worxn uie
free viewing because you'll see
thines you didn't even see in;

nnrsnn. ,'

Like those so-called double

plays. A half dozen are shown

throughout tne Him ana, in every

instance, the relay man is weu

off the bag when he takes the
.k-n... malrai thA rplav Prnv-

has become an "automatic cau,

and "cheatine" is standard.

As the picture opens, there are

hnu of Steneel and Dodger Man-

aaer Walt Alston which you might

call tynicau Alston is a spum,

remarks about: how the old war war-horse
horse war-horse ran out of gas.
A classic is Berra's tackle of
Larsen after the big fellow pitched
the final strike of the first World
Series perfect no-hit. no-run pamp

Yogi leaped high, wrapped his

arms around Larsen's nwk and

men took a joyous leg scissors oh

me L,arsen miarai.
Most of this was old hat ,to the
assembled sports figures and the

mam topic of conversation was a

debate as to whether Robinson

would play ball again next season.

The .orators were abouf evenly di divided
vided divided but one Giant official de declared
clared declared firmly: ...

we think ,h ll play for us."
This may be wishful thinkincr.

because with him the Giants will
fill the park at least aeainst

g Brooklyn and without him they

wont -draw 4 lies: Butt one thing

sure, last October there weren t

NEW YORK. Jan. 10 (UP)

Police arrested Tommy (Hurri (Hurricane))
cane)) (Hurricane)) Jackson, 26-yea'r-old Ne

gro Doxcr, early yesterday on
traffic charge growing out of

laiai auio accident,
A man truck by. Jackson's
CacVllac convertible died yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Police said Jackson
was sober and was not driving-
recklessly when he struck

the man, but charged the
heavyweight contender with
using a forged driver's license.
The' dead man was identified
as Charles Balga, 60. Police said
Balga was walking his dog Mon Monday
day Monday night when the doo- sllorjed

his leash;' Balga ran into the
street after the dog and was
struck' by Jackson's car.'

CHICAGO, Jan. 10-(UP) The contenders in the league alon-'
Chicago White Sox offered' four with the New York Yankees!'
players two of them starters, Comiskey said. . T t y Z
and cash to the Detroit Tigers It .was likely that Jim Rivrt3?
for outfielder Al Kalme. vice mm t.ho st.nri.in iiMm.

president Chuck Comiskey said fered to th Tiupr. th9

t0 y- i Dick Donovan, Jim Wilson, oer-
As an alternative, the Sox of-ry Stalev or Bob Keegan was
fered a $250,000 straight cash ith starting nt.h tv,. fiiu

deal, Comiskey added. .. outfielder could be 'either Ron
Comiskev said the t.rndp nffpr Mnrth.v ti Tot.

was made because Detroit &p- phillev and fh. .Hof fz-HiS?1

parently "was having difficulty Dixie Howell, Ellis Kinder Wf
getting him (Kaline). to sign." i paul La Palme. .,
He safd the White sox felt Ka'i- ,t!Z
ine would be "attractive' In the i it iikiv that, -in.-uv''

number four position ii the Sox I outfielders Larry Dobv n o

niinoso nor pitchers

batting order.

.Detroit did not give a "cold
out and out no" to the pror
posal, Comiskey said, but In-
stead expressed enough inter interest
est interest in the players offered that
another deal might be worked
out fn the near future.,
At Detroit, Tigers' President
Fred Knorr commented on the

offer at the clubs' annual party

lor newsmen.
"I think' we can eive Mr. Co

miskey an out-and-out 'no,'

said Knorr.
John Mc Hale, assistant to

Knorr, said 'That offers sounds

too preposterous. I don't think

it deserves comment."

Mc Hale said hs had talked, to

Comiskey Tuesday, but that
Comiskev made no trade or pur purchase
chase purchase offer for Kaline. Mc Hsl"
said, however. "I believe he did

mention, something, about hear hearing
ing hearing we were having a little trou trouble
ble trouble siswinp Al.

Walter "Spike" Briggs, Tiger

e e n e r al manager, said he

arthought Comiskey was trying to

a i have a "little fun because he
heard Al had turned down our
nffor .

Knorr also said Convskev was
$150,000 behind what .Kansas
City offered for Kaline last
year "so he'll have to raise a
little to even get Into the bid bidding."
ding." bidding." ;

Comiskey said, however, that

Minnie

Billy Pierce or Jack Harshtnart"

were mentioned in the deal..
Warshman yesterday signed"
hT 1K7 contract at a "sunT
stantial salary increase," et'::"' et'::"'-tiltng
tiltng et'::"'-tiltng the pact with Comiskey'1''
inl a conference. W

any flies on those Yankees,-

1 Jackson denied u a 1 n g a
forged driver's license, police
said) hamwriting experts had
i established that the aignature

on Jackson's license annlica-'

Harshman's earner! mn avri''

age, .09, was fifth best in th&";
American Leapu'e in 1956 andJ
he,wa,i second to leftie mity'

I a we winie oox-
I With 15V Victories and I f limtaaia v

He Dktdied 15 comolete games.''
ninth bVt in the league, afjd"
was eighih in the league ia
strikeouts with 143. ;
Harshmat', purchased fro'm'7
Nashiile sept IB, 1953, ha. 'a
lifetime record of 40 wins and
28 defeats, m 1954 he set 'si.
White Sox 1 necord for mnj

strikeouts in a game when Yitf"

witfed 16 Red Sox in a game at'
Fenway park. Last var h'

pitched six gamer, in which he"

uuwoo zour. or leaver nits.
Sports Briefs

Guglielml, former Notrr Daiiui

star who played last

the Boiling Air Force base team,'

the Tieers lndicaterl thev didn't was named the armed force out-

hpllfivB thev would trade' traline. standing plaver of thn vpar rfodsV'

. '. .... U. i nrL.' m ...

2.1. wno Datteu last year, in u,c vyaeniogu louciwown

lion wa$ not his own,

1955 he led the American League

In batting with a .340 average.

Comiskev said the proposed

player trade involved a starting

outfielder, a, starting pitcher, a

utility outfielder, ana possibly

a relief pitcher, and that tne

White Sox offered to substitute
casht for any player ,Detr9i,t.
mipht not-wanfe

"Kanne's nresence in our una ;

un : would make the White Sox fBiliy Pierce Frank

one of the most serious pennant I Billy Hoeft. (

Club. He will be honored at a din-v"

ner Saturday night.
CHICAGO (UP)-The total t"S.
six 20-game winners in the Amer-1"""
lean League last seasoa eauailf
the highest number for any carji-
paign in that circuit during tlie'
post-1920 .lively -ball -era. TV

Wyim, Bbb-- Lemonr'Herh-:ScrtrKf"

lary and

-c. 1 mm i

Welcome and Good Luck

to Joe Conrad

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Fighting mad at tames, sfnr sfnr-inr
inr sfnr-inr "Que Sera Seri Sera" at
ether times, conferring with
Fred Gerhart and ether com committee
mittee committee members, cajoling nro nro-spective
spective nro-spective bidders, pleading,
needling and" heggnr, Nerre
got h' price for each ef the
pros. The following are the
ir;e bid fr the p'es in the
Calcutta Pool and their respec respective
tive respective numbers in the tripleta
raffle:

Don Finsterwald

Arnold Palmer

Doug Ford
George Bayer

Mike Fetlchick

Fidel DeLucas
Roberto Devlcenzo
Antonio Cerda
Art Wall
Dong Bandera :
Jim Feree
Ricardo Ross

FIELD
Looez)

Doerrng)

NO.

No; 4
No. 10
No. 2
No. 1
NO. S
No. 13
No. 5
" No. 7
No.
No. 13
No. 9

8 $2100

iboo

1300
vm

miss in Uie ounieiaing aepari-

men'.. On at least two fly- balls

he charged in like a wmppet ana
then chugged to a slow motion
halt a few feet in front of the ball!
to take it on the easy first
kinivp The tumbling: antics of;

Slaughter, Duke Snider and Hank

Bauer were inspirational in con

trast.

Slaughter's' Bobble Clear

J f """

Johnson
Macaron
Conrad
Rodriguez
Total

The nirhire shows clearly that

CTaM

kilo ijafc
Robinson's line drive m the slxip

game was a right tougn etion. ne

came naro anastaoDea nu

Ann it should wine out a lot of tough

inoo

l'nunk In tho.hiir annual Isth-

S'W-mian golfing event. Last year
n"j president Ricardo Arias partici-

w"' pated. and the gallery nopes ira
, president de la. Ouardia wlJ

auuihave better lucx man uicne

!did. -"

As the tournament gets un un-Aerwav
Aerwav un-Aerwav the concensus seems to

ist.uio wo. ii wo. be, that it Is a wide open aiiair
Fretland, with any one of the pro being

hl to mm, throiien. wim

.$13J00! little luck, to take the big mort-

1' ley. we suck with the cnampion

dwi w neca. nis iourxa wii- j ana give tne next wree pii-

j teur open championship Is John-

I

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fly MacMurray. one of the best

rollers ever developed locally.
I" I Johnny seems to have test a lit little
tle little weight as the result of re recent
cent recent illness, but reported that
I! he was feeling fit and ready to
go after n mbe four.
i Taking slammln's 6a m m y
ISnead's place a the representa representative
tive representative of the El Panama Hotel is
a youns; man. winner of the

- Canadian open who Just turned

Bpro. ixm eanaers. Doug not m m-y
y m-y fiCTirM to win the open but
m he brought along his pretty new
bride to watch him do it
I, President de la Ouardia. cham-
fplon of the 1953 Open, is the
second President of Panama to

gj be counted as an active paxtici-

A-

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tions to Bayer, Ford and fln-

stenrald.

ft".

ittm,4m

N ssu Y
l or I

pro in the 1957 Panama Golf Open

sponsored by

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Esso Sfdn

ddrd

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'For Ike Inaugural,
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press, radio, ana Pwl2
of the ceremony on Sunday, Jan.
20, when President Eisenhower
takes the actual oath, of office for
his second term.
Previously, Press -Secretary
Jnes"C. Hagerty had agreed to
umited coverage by reporters re regularly
gularly regularly assigned to the WhKe
House, and to pooled television,
radio, and picture coverage of the
vath-Uking.
Today, however, Hagerty said
coverage requests had "gotten out
of hand," and the White House
decided to make the ceremony
.private.
Mr. Eisenhower, after attending
Church at 9 a.m. Jan. 20,
will return to the White House
and join Vice President Richard
M. Nixon in taking the formal
eath of office.
Witnesses, according to Ha Ha-berty,
berty, Ha-berty, will include only him and
members of the Immediate fami

lies of the President ami vice
President.
Hagerty will be the only White
House staff member present. He
said not even Sherman Adams,
the assistant to the President, will
attend. -He was not prepared to
tay who will administer the oaths.
Reporters argued with Hagerty

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FOR SALE
I-ousehold
FOR SALE: 2 Rattan chain, 6 6-itrind;
itrind; 6-itrind; 2 and tablat; 3 Chinas
plaquat; mhcellanaoui items.
Homa 5426-A, Diablo Hts. Tel
ephone 2-3425.-1
FOR SALES Due t trip. Dining
room tea, table with glass top
and 4 chairs, hquor cabinet, bed bedroom
room bedroom set (double bed, wardrobe,
vanity, night table, recking
chair. Phone Navy 3066.
FOR SALE: Bunk bad. -wood
frame, with spring and mattress: ;
dressing table with flats top and
mirror. Phone Panama 3-507$.-
FOR SALE: Misee 1 1 a n a o u s
household: 3 mahogany chairs
with cushions, 1 foot stool, 1 tan
rug 9x12, 1 tan rug 9x15. 1
double bed complete metal, 1'
buffet metal. Home all day Fri Friday.
day. Friday. 5616-B Hains, Diablo. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-3177.
Wanted Position
ACCOUNTANT with many years
of experience, now in the em employment
ployment employment of important local con concern,
cern, concern, offers his services. Perci Perci-val
val Perci-val Morrica, P.O. Box 969, Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Phone 3-3151.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom attrac attractive
tive attractive modern chalet in the heights
of El Cangrejo on 800 m2 of
land. Phone Panama 3-0238.
FOR SALE: Lot of land 2760
square meters, situated in the
center of El Valla de Anton. Wa Water
ter Water all year, has ereek. Phone 3-
HOT.
Holed Chilean Poet
Dia$;Sli:i I., Ccmi $ s
HEMPSTEAD; Jan. 10
(UP) Nobel Prize winner Ga Gabriels.
briels. Gabriels. Mistral, noted Chilean poet,
died at Hempstead hospital today.
She had been in a coma for the
past seven days. Her death was
caused by cancer.
SeSorlta Mistral won the Nobel I
Prize for literature in 1945 and was
one of the most outstanding of the
Spanish language poets. .
She bed served her country in a
diplomatic capacity as Consul in
Los Angeles and in posts in South
America and Europe. She also 'was
school teacher and sociologist
Sefiorlta Mistral was 67, ''-r
Her hodv wilt be taken to the
Frank Campbell funeral Home. A
mass will ne saia at raincx s
Cathedral on Saturday. Her body
will be flown to Chile either Sunday
or Monday for burial.
that since millions of people voted
for Mr. Eisenhower, they were en entitled
titled entitled to a first-hand account and
pictures of the historic rite. But
Hagerty said he would not argue
the, point- that the decision had
been made and no coverage in
any form would bt permitted.
The White House position is that
the public will have ample op opportunity
portunity opportunity to see the ceremony
'when it is re-enacted on Capitol
Hill Monday at inaugural ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies in the Capitol Plaza.
The reason Mr. Eisenhower is
taking the private oath on Sun Sunday
day Sunday is that his present term ex expires
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Hi La Carrasiuiluv4 I
FARMACIA LOMBARD
. street jA
MORRISON

'th of JulT Ave. J SL :
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE. -1952 Chevrolet 4-
door, ; low mileage. Diplomatic
service. Wonderful opportunity.
Phone 3-1708 mornings.
FOR: SALE: Engines for Buick,
Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Chevro-'
let, etc. Transmissions for Dyna
flow,', Fluid Drive, Hydramatic, Hydramatic,-Chavrolet
Chavrolet Hydramatic,-Chavrolet and many others. All
kinds: of used auto parts. Come -in
aird see our used car parts and"
compare our prices. "Aecesorios
Keyton's," 45th Street No. 9
(Martin Sosa Street). Phone 3
6993.
FOR SALE: 1953 Vauxhall se sedan,
dan, sedan, $167 down. $21.50 a J
month. SMOOT & PAREDES,
Buick Chevrolet Oldsmobile.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Deluxe sedan, $275 down, $32.- -10
per month. SMOOT & PARE PAREDES.
DES. PAREDES. Buick Chevrolet Oldsmobile.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Coupe,
$309 down, $36.11 per month.
SMOOT & PAREDES.
Buick Chevrolet Oldsmobile.
FOR SALE: 1953 DeSoto se sedan,
dan, sedan, $284 down, $33.30 per
month. SMOQT & PAREDES. ';
Buick Chevrolet Oldsmobile.
FOR SALE -1951 Super Olds Oldsmobile
mobile Oldsmobile sedan, $200 down, $26. $26.-25
25 $26.-25 per month. SMOOT & PARE PAREDES.
DES. PAREDES.
Buick Chevrolet Oldsmobile.
FOR SALE: 1955 Rambler
Cross Country station wagon,
$600 down, $63:83 per month.
SMOOT b PAREDES.
Buick Chevrolet Oldsmobile.
FOR SALE: -1942 Nash 4 -door
sedan, duty paid, runs good.
Balboa 2-2480 or 2-2745$100.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Spe Special
cial Special 4-door sedan. Returning
States. Bargain. Phone 4137 Ft.
Clayton.
FOR SALE 1950 BuickSpeciai
, 4-door sedan. Returning States,
Bargain. Phone 41 J7 Ft. Clayton.
1 1 FOR SALE: New unused 1957:
Plymouth Plexa 4-door sedan.
i.Duty paid.,: Owner leaving for
I States: Will sell reasonably- Call
: 2-0474 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick 2-dr.
hardtop, power windows, seat,
radio, dynaflow, new tires. Call
6-206.
FOR SALE: Buick, excellent
mechanical condition with radio,
good battery and tires, duty paid
$200. Phone 3-2882' Thursday
7-9 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday any anytime.
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I5TH NAVAL DISTRICT GIFT Rear A dm. Clarence L. C.
Atkeson, USN, commandant, 15th Naval District, presents a
check in the amount of $625.68 for Hungarian Relief to L. J.
Meyer, director of operation, for the American Bed Cross in
the Caribbean Area. The check from the 15th Naval Districts
was in answer to the American Red Cross emergency appeal
drive to aid the Hungarian tragedy. (Official USN Photo)

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Ten thousand aejoare feet of office space en one fleor
te one or' several parties In new modem building to be
constructed In excellent location with ample parking
area. Available for November 1957 ecenpaney.
Willing te design te tenants Specification on long term
row tract Those Interested write to. T. O. Box 4942
Panama, T. (
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BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CJE.
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Dalmatian puppies. -Two
outstanding puppies, one ..
male, one female, 2 months old
cheap). Phone Cristobal 3 3-1786..
1786.. 3-1786.. :
FOR SALE:- Good business lo location1,
cation1, location1, 126 Central Avenue, Ca Ca-'
' Ca-' lidonia. Phone 2-1326.
' FOR SALE: Brand new Win-
cheater Model 63 automatic .22'''
rifle. Call Albrook 2201.
FOR SALE: Small upright pia piano
no piano $150, good condition, Nov.
7-11 U Street, Apt. 7-21.
FOR SALE: Baseball and soft soft-ball
ball soft-ball gloves, mitts, bats and. balls, j"
shirts, caps. For immediate de delivery.
livery. delivery. ABERNATHY, S.A., Tel-
ephone 3-6895.
FOR SALE: Office furniture,
large couch (day bed), fluores fluorescent
cent fluorescent lamps, fans. Call 3-0368.
FOR SALE: Lester Betsy Ross
spinet piano, bench, excellent
condition, Call Gam boa 6-206,
Cooper.
FOR SALE: In excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, five aluminum Venetian
blindsV three beige with yellow
tapes, two blue with tweed tapes.
' Seventy-three inches wide.' 2 2-3790.
3790. 2-3790. FOR SALE: Records, classic,
popular and jaxx. AGENCIAS
DIAZ, 37th Street No.6-A.-
" MAHOGANY
' Spanish Cedar Maria
Retail Sales
LUMBER YARD
(Rear of El Rancho Garden)
CIA. FORD, S. A.
Tela. Panama 3-1257, 31258.
FOR SALE: H. R. O. receiver, .;
Viking transmitter, 8-pieca liv ,i
ing room set, student's desk and
. chair. 3-3126 Margarita, 843 1
t) Espave-V.r -.i ? ';'')
LESSONS
LEARN SPANISH with Mrs. Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's practical conversational
system. Calle "I" No. 26, Apt.
1 (near Key Club).
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: 2 5 -cycle
deepfreexe, 25-cycle kitchen
clock. Also small rotary convert converter
er converter from 25 to 60 cycles. Phone
Kelly, Balboa 1258.
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FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION. G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
v Z bedrooms, hot, cold water.
.Phone Panama 3-4941.
$. .,-rv :;;
r FOR RENT.w 2-bedroom apart-
ment, living room, porch, kitch kitch-V
V kitch-V en, maid's room, laundry and
- playground, all screened. Call 3 3-3742,
3742, 3-3742, El Cangrejo.
FOR RENT: Modern one-bedroom
apartment with Pullman
kitchen including hot water; bal
cony. Phone, between 5-6 p.m.
3-7192. Campo Alegre area:
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment with two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living & dining room com combination,
bination, combination, kitchen, maid's, room
with bath, garage, balcony, pri private
vate private entrance. Phone, : between
5-6 p.m., 3-7192, Campo Ale-
gre area. ; -.''. -i ,;
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, separate maid's room, ga garage,
rage, garage, unfurnished, in high, coed
locality in El Cangrejo, $110.
Phone 2-0321 during office
hours and 2-3525: after office
hours. ";.-'
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Private entrance, large liv living
ing living room; dining room, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, two baths, maid's quar quarters,
ters, quarters, locked garage. Lovely resi residential
dential residential section. Phone Panama 3 3-0873.
0873. 3-0873. .v
FOR RENT: Large apartment.
Living and dining .room, porch,
- Z bedrooms, large kitchen,
maid's room, 2 bathrooms, ga garage,
rage, garage, $115. Call Panama 3 3-3338.
3338. 3-3338. FOR RENT: 2 modem 2-bedroom
apartment: : living room,
' dining room, balcony, gas, hot
..'Water installations, 'garage,, $95
and $100. "Lo Tree Hnos.",
. new' building! earner F Street, El
iCangrejsi For information phone
v 2-5807.;?-':. ', :;.,:-...VJe
; OR RENtT A two-bedroom
screened apartment In new
y, house. I Living dining roe m,
.y kitchen, garage, maid's room
, with bath, laundry porch, hot
'water installation.. Neer Santua-
rio Nacional,$95. Phone 2-0481
f office hour, --iff-'
An interesting agenda, featured
the last executive' board meeting
for 1956, of the International Bb
Scouts of the Canal Zone, held at
the Paraiso Scout Shack head
quarters of the organization, pre
sided Dy resident Ellis u. r aw
cett.
Among the major matters dealt
with on the agenda was the nam naming
ing naming of Sunday. Jan. 20, for the an
nual meeting of the local council
to be held at the Paraiso Element Elementary
ary Elementary School, beginning at 9 a.m.;
the setting of Sun. Feb. 3, for the
dedication of the Rainbow City
Scout Shack, for which a special
program is being arranged,, and
the naming of a budget committee
with Alfonso R. Phillips as chair
man and' include Wilfred Wason,
Hilton Perkins, Pearl Ford, Cyril
Atherley. William Arthur. Hamil
ton Lavalas, with treasurer Robert
T. ems as ex-ouicio memDer.
Following discussions on the pro
posed -camp site located at sum
mit. a defecation corr prising Faw
cett, William Arthur, first vice -president
and chairman of pro
gram and activities; district com commissioner
missioner commissioner Ford, district chairman
Cyril Atherley, Hilton Perkins and
Uiaua waixer, visuea me camp sue
after the meeting, and after a
thorough inspection, declared It an
ideal locality for enhancing the
overall outdoor program of the
organization.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
Canal Zone
United State District Coort Fa The
, OMrirt of The Canal Xeett
Division of Balboa
Duncan C Perklne. pUtntift vs. Pansy
Perkins, defendant. Summons Com No.
4422. Cicil Docket 21. Action for divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety day
after the first publication.
In cue of your failure to ao appear
and answer, judement will be taken a a-Kainst
Kainst a-Kainst you by default for the relief de
manded tn me eompiaini.
" K HiwwM, flnftrela SF
Crewe. Judge. United States District Tor
I the District ol tne canal ton, thia Jan.
1K1- ,t T. McCersalrk, Jt.
Clark.
,C11
. By Sara de la Pena
Chief Deputy Clerk.
To Pansy Perkins
The forefoinc summons In sci ll tm tm-on
on tm-on you by publication pur-unt to the
w tt the Honorable Guthrie P. Crow a.
Judsje. United Statea District Court for
tne lISTn vk mm n n Bin
Jan. T. ItST, end entered and file tn
thia aetkm in the office of the Clerk
M mmsA United States District Court fnr
Ithe Division of Balnea, eat Ju 1, JSS7.
i C. T, lecCetmtek, Jr.
t lertt.
Hv Sara it le Pena
Chief Deputy Clerk.

i HOUSEHOLD, EXCHANGE ,V
I?-' J. re. ee la Oua Ave. Me. 41 ':'
'' FpTO.DOMY', k''
Jnrta Areseeae-e. Ave. and SI.
FARMACIA. VAN-DER-JIS

M Stmt Ma. U
RESORTS
PHILLIPS Oceansida Cottages, ?
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Htst
: phone Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
3r1673 :,.-.. "',.,
r GramHch'i Santa Clara' Beach
Cottages. -. Modern conveniences,
: moderate rate. Phone Gamboa
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive 'sat
, istying Vacations Santa Clara
B e a c h. Shrapnel's : furnished
house. Phone Thompson, Bal--
:boa 1772.::. ;:--i.'UriS-
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
-beach house. One mile past Ca-
sino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Baldwin's furnished tpir t t-ment
ment t-ment at Santa Clara Beach;
Telephone Smith) Balboa 3681.
FOR RENT
! Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Suite of air-conditioned
offices in' commercial
building No. 3-15 East 29th St.
Apply Lindo & Maduro, S.A.,
Phone 3-1691. v. ,
FOR RENT: Hairdratsing and
: dressmaking booth at Salon de
'Belles Campbell; East 31st St.
Phone 3-3653.
FOR RENT Offices from Feb February
ruary February I, 1957. Location: corner
" of 32nd Street and Avenida Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Do your work in a delightful
and cool atmosphere, facing Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's colorful bay. Easy parking.
Close to banks, U.S. British Em Embassies
bassies Embassies and -government offices.
Rental includes: janitor service,
light and water, air-conditionirig
and night watchman, Inquire!
Telephone 3-0238 or 3-0368.'
' l-OR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Several used boats,
motor and trailers. Reasonable.
We buy, tell and trade. ABER ABER-(
( ABER-( NATHY, 5.A. Phone 3-6895i
Pulpil Exchange
Sunday AlCZpne
Union Churches
A 'nulnlr exrhancA snHsw riii
. "O "..UMJ T. 11,
be observed Sunday in the four
union cnurcnes or me canal Zone.
. The exchange cnnnmrnH K h.
General Council nf thn TTninn
Church, gives the opportunity for
iiib various, congregations and
the various congregations and pas pastors
tors pastors to become better acquainted.
The Rev- Ray Blakely from Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun will preach at the Balboa Un Union
ion Union Church at 10:30 a:m. The Rev.
Oscar W. -Olsen of Balboa will con conduct
duct conduct the service at th fiotun TTn.
ion Church' at 11 a.m. Dr. Walk
er M. Aiderton of Gamboa, will oc occupy
cupy occupy the pulpit at the Margarita
Union Church at in-4.1 am Th
Rev. Paul H.. W. Olander of' Mar Margarita
garita Margarita will preach at the Gamboa
union cnurcn at jo:40 a.m.
Ike's Prayer Hymn
As Music is Added
To inaugural Words
WASHINGTON (UP)-President
Eisenhower last nieht heard
the premiere performance of his
1953 inaugural prayer scored for
a full symphony orchestra and
choir.
The prayer was the featured
work at a concert by Howard
Mitchell. The -Howard University
all-Negro choir took part in the
program.
M. Robert Rogers, chairman of
the President's committee for arts
and sciences, set the prayer to
music wun me neip oi Miicneu.
A near-capacity crowd attended
the concert at Constitution Hail.
It applauded loudly when the
President and Mrs. Eisenhower
and their party arrived.
The President wrote the nraver
for his first inauguration on Jan.
20, 1959. Rogers, said Jie was
"struck by the eloquence and
strength of the words..." In the
early summer of 1956, he said be
decided to put the words te music
when be "noted that they were in
stinctively cast in musical ca
dence.' r r-The
The r-The text oft the prayer:
"Almighty God, as we stand
here at this moment my future
associates in the executive branch
of the government join me in be beseeching
seeching beseeching that Thou will make full
and complete our dedication to
the service of the people In this
throng and their fellow citizens
everywhere.
"Give us, we pray, the power to
discern clearly right from wrong
and allow- all our words and ac actions
tions actions to be goverened thereby and
by the laws of this rand.
"Especially we pray mat our
concern shall be for the people,
regardless of station, race or call
ing. May cooperation be permit
ted and be me mutual aim or
those who. onder the concept of
our Constitution bold to differing
political oeuets so mat au may
work for the good of our beloved
country or Thy glory. Am eft,"

FARMACIA' EL BATURRO
i y raiaue Lefevre J Street
, FARMACIA "SAS" V,
. t Via Forres ill -f t
NVE0ADES ATHI3
Beside tin Bella Vista Theatre,

FOR RENT
" House v
. FOR RENT: Chalet, residential '1
,.. sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water,
r fenced. 7th Street Golf Heights.
. Phone 2-2407, or 3-3641.
FOR RENT:-Cohege at No. 18
Uruguay. Avenue. For inforrtia inforrtia-tion
tion inforrtia-tion 'phone 3-3305.
FOR RENT ; Furnished houet
. 3 bedroems, all conveniences.'
. For 3 months starting February
, 1st. 4 8th Street No. 15.
FOR RENT Well furnished 4-
bedroom house, large garden es- -'
peclally for children. Available -.,
immediately.; Year's occupancy
minimum. Phone 3-1 146.
Positiqn Offered
WANTED: Auditors, Account-
ants. Accounting Atti t a n t s,
Bookkeepers, Bookkeeping
Clerks, experienced, high salaries
for responsible firm.. Topnotch :
bilingual stenographer with, ex experience
perience experience in translations, must be
whits,- single and aver 25 years
Of age to work in Michigan,
U.S.A.; starting salary $350. Ap Ap-ply
ply Ap-ply COLOCACIONES Y SECRE SECRE-TARIADO,
TARIADO, SECRE-TARIADO, S.A., Justo Arosama-
na Ave. No. 34-38, We will re-
main open Saturday from jt to 5
p.m. to interview those who can cannot
not cannot come on working days.
WANTED: Mechanic at "Ga "Garage
rage "Garage Bassan," Rio Abajo. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-3021. l
840 kcs., Panama Gty
1090 KcsM Colon :
Telephones: 2-3066 Panama
, 1063 Colon :
PRESENTS
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Today, Thursday, Jan. 10 1
00 Feature Review
30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by pbonr
till 3:00) '.:
30 News
35 What's Your Favorite
(cont'd)
00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL)
15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
00 Goon Show :
30 VOA Report From UJ5.
00 Elizabethan Theater
30 Take It From Here
00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
' till 7:30)
; 30 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama
45 Temple Of Dreams
00 Concert Under The Stars
00-Slgn Off.
Tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 11
A.M.
6:00 Si?n On Alarm Clock
Club' (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning -Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wild wood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News '.' v
9:15 Sacred Heart 1 -9:30
Paris Star Time
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU K N A t
(Cutex and odorono)
10:05 SDins and Needles (re
quests taken bj
phone till 8:30) -11:00
News 1
11:05 spins And Needles
cont'd)- VM
11:30 Meet The Entertainer I
12:00 News v '
P.M. x
12:05 Luncheon Music
12: 15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI-
'l CAL (Nescafe) --f
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News a" .
1:15 Music Of ManhatUn
l-:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Songs of France .-
2:00 Tex Beneke Show '
2 : 15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians
3:00 Hank Snow And His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review .'
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (re-.
. (re-. quests taken by phone
tUl 3:00) :-' f
5:30 News
6:35 What's Your F 0 1 1 1 e
(cont'd) v
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL)
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Been
:30--Top Tunes of the week
. (WRUL)
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From UA
COO-t-MUSlC tsy HOW :
8:30 Short Story Theater
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' quests Uken by phone!
" till 7:30)--
10:30 Cavalcade Of America I
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN 'AW UNTIFPENDFNT DAILY NEWSPAPER,
FAGS fXCTO
tax STORY OF MARTHA wains
It's Business
Mm WILSON BCKUUU
TERRY AND THE PIRATES
bTMAJOR PWMMONR I KNOW THAT SALUTATION WAS IN
' ... .... j.jmx nif uye uneDU YH
fEMPTYUH, I WDOLC HAVE TH0U6HT,
OF BOURSE.' THEY'LL Vt IN THE
FAVOR WITH THE KIN&9 U)PREICCH, pui rt,vir
GENERAL S OFFICE
HIREI7 HEROES SETTLE FOR THE HANPfrAUIIfc
By AL YESMEEB
FRECKLES AND BIS FRIENDS
B7 MERRn.I, BL088EB

.THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1957

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French Soldiers y
Searehr All S
For Algerian Rebels

Mystery Schooner
UoyitaV Piles Up
Oh Fiji Reef

SUVA, Fiji Islands.. Jan. 10 (UP)

Tho mystery scnooner joyits

ALGIERS.' Jan. 10 tUP)-Mre'l'iled up on a reef today, juuea

than v 10,000 combat -wsj 1 ?. t

- nc.n rs'TiSS This time, an aboard fot ofi

rMmA rir7niitl7ua But tte-Joyita wis ship-
aSed SSea""f linr water" through a hole, in the
Jr) ..MiSS?mBch I storboard iside and the engine

offlciau reporxea wauy.,
lamest e-

ter mde In this city, was aim aimed
ed aimed at preventing an expected,
outbreak in terrorism on the eva
ef the UJt QeneralAssembhr de debate
bate debate on Algeria.- Tough para-
- vi f mm Suez, m-

fsntry. Senegalese riflemen. and i including one American, Charles

said police voo pat. ., .--t-

Al"V!rnted" fTr Joyit. was on a run from

-r-j"-. --hrM ivanua ivu lsiano 10 sura when

CJUllbVWM .m Will
One Moslem who fled was kill

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aQHTlNUOU6 ANP KLJTHUS66 eSAKCH FOK VOOV.

SIDE GLANCES

BvCalbraith

room was flooded. It was believed

' the vessel would be a total loss in

the. pouidin surf of treacherous

Horseshoe reef.

: It was on Oct. 3, 1955, that the
Joyita first became known as a

hoodoo ship. It disappeared on

Tiiat.rtay with 25 persons aboard,

it vanished. .On Nov. 15 it wss

found derelict 1,500 miles off
course. There was no sign of life

aboard.-Ao trace of its occupants

d. Forty more were seized m

mEAratioS'"" been found.

t .k.i nrrM French! V : t

XOr 1U1I1AH8T vrv wf.

officials saia.

Note-Passer Elvis
Sorr ; Bout Quiet

' KNOXVILLE,- Tenh. -Jan. 10

CUF) Elvis rreiiey me :
k'ui Aa hmt what some of his

" school-yonnRster admirers midghtj

. do when told noi w ao nj w"11"

The bobby soxer idol refused !to

Ulk to reporters during a Dn
stopover here last night eo
route to New York but eooa one

reporter was coatactea ny a mto mto-ille
ille mto-ille girl. :
vfhen she moved in "tlose, sac
stid, Presley bsnded her a note
. serswled on the bsck of a hand hand-bin
bin hand-bin and asked her te pass-it

along. It ssid: ',"
i "I am ry sorry that I esnt
talk to you bu. mt strict1 orders
were to accept no interviews oi
the way. home You Tinderrtarl
l about how my -contracts snd sc-,
forth operate. ,. 1

New TV To Cost
More This Year
CHICAGO, Jan. 10 (UP)-A new
TV set is going to cost more this
year, because manufacturers think
the public Is getting "too good a
bargain." .. -
The statement was made today

by Leonard TruesdelL, vice president-
of Zenith Radio' Corp., at
a conference held in conjunction

with the international home fur-

mshigs market

. .... I
Truesdell said the Industry, has

made many mistakes in its "wild

adolescence.

The 1858 inventories were too
high, and the production level too
fast,, said the executive. As are are-ult.
ult. are-ult. the industry has lost so much
wofit that 17 companies were
forced to combine with others or
to go out of business entirely.

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BY V. T. HAMUQI

BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES

Showdown

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Cedrio Checks In

By LESLIE TURNER

233

RUN INTO AM

OLD FRIEND
WHO" PAW
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WE'RB JUST HERE OVERNIGHT.

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MORTY MEEKLI

Harsh Reality

By DICK CAYAIXI

WHBsryA

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MAJOR BOOPLEOUT OUR WAY

By J. B. WDLL1AMJ

"Ceorge is a nice guy. but he's got moldy ideas j
" thinks tht plact for 8 wife to work ia at home!"

Faltering Philip!
hirtfs ttf k filled wttb kratsea
Vpatrs wovld laavw tatt IkMne like new

TWPApn vBoe Wis SUPPED

loNeE YbOK EEA $o fak tub

RACENT-TEACHEeS THOUGHT

(T WAS A WALK05 MUSTACHtJ

MA30R f KYLC-KYUKf
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Loivter Leads
Amateurs

Par 72

Norm Lewter led the early

7 Amateur finishers in the 1957

Panama Open at press time

today with a par 72 for the

, frst 18 holes of the 72-hole

JUurnament.
,v. 'n,,y,;- .-,-1.
1 ,Erly IS hole scores :
nto ,
JT,4tewter 72
ifeA Peres ........... 74
-TliMoran 74
, Mathleson 75
, Thompson 76
-".Smith '., 77

rHause

Jankas

Westman

77

77
79
79
79
79
80
80

. H.. DonOnan

Lsnxa
- Kidre

Kaneshino

'ii-MmIIiihi n

LeBrun ........... 80
.-Barrett 81
Dickens 82
, Corsale 82
-"Bellefleur 82
Holt 82

. lloslich 83

Lewis

Zazzali
i Tolland .......
!,ally
Fchroff
' DesLondes ....
. f. BHey .....
' "Davis
If CHsbee .......

........

83

85
85
85
85
86
86
86
86
88
88
88

Ci'ckenhause
'fustic .(.....

, Tollerschell 88
- flaat 89
' ...jVh te 89
ll'sllol Twins,
Jiys London Llovds,
Puts Cash on Line
VfREEPORT, N Y-' Jan- 10
-Lloyd's of London is betting
- $35,0000 that Mrs. Jean Blechman
will not give birth to twins this
spring.
"The odds are against the staid

wd- British insurance firm. Mrs

Blechman. 29. already is the

mother of twins two sets of them,

all boys. She Is expecting again

; about May S.t7.4ii,.ut--v?-.:.
Mrs. -Blechman- ans her hus

band, David,, 33,' salesman, and
friends and relatives pooled their

resources to pay 81,875 for $25,ooo

, wortB of Lloyds' twin. insurance.

4 They will not know until Marcn

X-ray are taken -whether a third
seC'of twins Is coming.
'My doctor said 1 was going to
have another multiple birth this
time." Mrs. Blechman said. "He

, wouldn't say how many, just that
he thought it would be more than

one"
Tli cnunle will collect if Mrs.

fiWhman gives birth to 'two or

If they do wm their bet, they
plan to build a 'fourth bedroom
on their home to accomodate the

new anavals ana nire a main.
t,'niM. ffiarhmin'i have been mar

VfwWf nr io vears. Doctors told

1 tbCA when they were married
- iiv .' would be unable to have

Qtfarea,
fOur Nuisance
Soviet Luxury

TJNDON. Jan. 10 (UP) Radio

Jfoscow said today that television
-selt are a luxury in Russia he he-Tiuss
Tiuss he-Tiuss "there are not enough TV
ititions in the country." Other

luxuries listed included a u t o m o

Rlei fine chinaware, werks of art

mmA RnYhmrt mat. Rut radios.

phenographs, cameras, sports

' goods, musical instruments ana
"books "have become necessities,"
Ifjajd.
. ...

Negro Churches, Ministers' Homes
Dynamited In Bus Integration Row
MONTGOMERY, Ala.. Jan. 10 (UP) Six dynamite : blasts heavily damaged

four Neero churches and the homes of two ministers early today in the worst flareup

of racial violence in the South's bus integration movement.

There were no injuries. , 4 11 '

The predotpn blasts hit the
homes of two leaders in the
Negroes' long-fought integra integration
tion integration drive, endangering mem members
bers members of their families, and
wrecked churches that had
been used for mass Negro rallies.

The Rev. Martin Luther Klne,

leader of the publicized Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery bus boycott, and the Rev

Ralph D; Abernathy, whose home

ana cnurcn were damaged.

rushed back to Montgomery

from Atlanta where thev had

been attending a regional inte

gration conference,.

r ouve saia no one was nun
although one of the earlier ex explosions
plosions explosions blew in the fronfof a
home in which a Negro moth mother
er mother and her baby slept, and
shatter ed a plate glass window
across the street.

William Liebow
Dies In NY Home

NEW YORK. Jan. 10 (UP)-Wil-

liam Liebow, President of the In International
ternational International Hotel Organization, of
Cuba, died last night in his New

York home at 61.

Liebow was a pioneer in the dev

elopment of the famous Cuban
Beach of Varadero and was asso associated
ciated associated with the company which

owns the International Hotel in

Panama.

During the first World War, Lie

bow was with the American Army

in Panama, where he became a

few years later interested in the

hotel business.

While Negro neighbors police
and reporters thronged about

the damaged home of the fright'

ened mother, a sixth explosion

went off Just before 6 a.m. some
distance away, wrecking s the

fourth church. ,'v
Blast No. 6 blew in the front
end of the rural Mount Olive

Baptist Church, located outside

the city limits but witnin ; city;

pouce jurisdiction. ;

The blast coincided witn: the

discovery that the third church.

the Bell Street Baptist Church.

naa been bombed earlier. Tne

steadily growing horde .of; by-f

standers rushed to it on foot

any by auto. -l v
Thev found its back wall

blasted out, its altar splintered

and pews covered. with debris.

The rear ceiling saggedi:;vas

though about to collapse. :..

Police said the dynamite was
a type farmers obtain from the'
V.S. Department of Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture for about 15 or 20 cents
per stick for blowing i up
stumps. i
One of the earlier blasts

smashed the front of Aberna-

thy's home while his wife and

baby slept In the rear.

The churches, all damaged

considerably, were the scenes of

weekly mass rallies of Negroes
during their year-long city bus
boycott which ended with the

court-ordered integration of the

buses last month.
Another bomb damaged the

home1 of the Rev. Robert Graetz,

white minister of a Negro Lutn Lutn-eran
eran Lutn-eran Church and sympathizer of
the Negroes in their drive for a
right to' ride buses as equals of

whites.
The blast splintered his front

door : but left Graetz and his

sleeping family unharmed.
Police found a bundle of five
unexploded sticks of dynamite
'with fuse attached in Graetz'
driveway. A demolition team
frdrh nearby Maxwell Air Force
Base was called in to disarm

' the fuse.

The other churches nit were

the First Bantist which was

heavily damaged, the Holt Street

Baptist, and the Hutcnmson

treet; Baptist, police saia.
The exdoslon at the First

Baptist Church tore a big hole
in the oavement in front and

its, impact shattered windows of

nearby Negro homes.

The first exmosion was toucn

ed off at about 3 a.m. followed

by the others in close succes

sion little more tnan an nour

later.

Some hours before the dyna

mitine a shotgun blast hit a city

bus. city officials promptly re resumed
sumed resumed a curfew on night bus op

erations.

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Let the people know, the truth and the country is safeu --x Abraham Lincoln:

32nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1957

Eden's Bow-Ouf Brings Public Regrei;

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But In Private, There's No Sorrow 'rig

Stand-in Groom,

Really Best Man

Face Morals Rap

MEMPHIS (UP) Juvenile

court tried today to untangle a
marital mixup involving two teen teenage
age teenage "best friends" and a 15-year-old
bride of less than a week.

The case was revealed in city

court. Its. seems the couple and the

best man went to Hernando, Miss,
last week.! The wedding ceremony
was performed without the three-

aajr. waning period, i;,-..

' Then the 17-year-old bridegroom

mt, hiMnA MfkllA Ilia .uifm it. ft

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with the "best. man,"

The older youth., identified as

Victor Lynn Duke,, 18, was held

to the state on a charge of violat
ine the age of consent.

Police said Duke had been going

with the girl and, since he already

has a wife, thev could not be mar

ried. Tht youths thought that if

the girl married someone, sne
would not be taken to juvenile

court. . 1

The girl's parents complained to

pouce.

No Hunting Here

BANGOR. Mich, Jan. 10 (UP)

Bangor is growing up. The village

council has passed an ordinance

prohibiting hunting within Bangor

limits.

Ministers Plan Further Defiance
Of Atlanta's Bus Segregation Laws

Luck O' Irish

ATLANTA, Georgia, Jan. 10
(UP) Negro ministers planned
to extend their defiance of bus
segregation laws In Atlanta's
big metropolitan area in their
most ambitious integration test
today during a regional confer conference
ence conference of leaders planning to

spread the movement to other
Southern cities.

A spokesman said yesterday's
'x-block ride by 12 hymn
tinging Nerro ministers In At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta would be followed later
this afternoon by similar tests
by fccores of ministers working
in teams. They called a meet-

In to plan their moves. Y
Gor. Marvin Griffin of. Geor Georgia
gia Georgia alerted the National Guard,
to put down any ?riots, insur insur-.rpctinn
.rpctinn insur-.rpctinn or h reach en of the peace"

that mieht be stirred un by "put

side asritators" In Atlanta.

The Rev. William Borders, a
Baptist minister, denied his
"Love, Law and Liberation"
movement wag connected with
th mnferenc palled bv leaders

Of earlier movements in ivions
gomery, Ala., Tallahassee. Fla.,
and Birmingham, Ala.

Both groups urged a poucy oi

non-violence.
The three sites of earlier In In-tinn
tinn In-tinn test. all have been hit

bv various forms of violence in including
cluding including shootings, rock throw throwing,
ing, throwing, and bombing of Negroes'
homes. j .

The Alanta campaign spreaa
the bus Integration movement
Into nearly every Southern
metropolis, although actual at attempts
tempts attempts to ride In "white" sec sections
tions sections had previously been
made only In Montgomery,
Tallahasee and Birmingham.
in New Orleans ves-

terday were denied their formal

said "the only recourse we have

left Is the Federal court."

Other Negro groups have maae
preliminary moves to start rid riding
ing riding buses on a mixed basis in
Memphis, Tenn., and in several
smaller Alabama cities.
Other cities In Tennessee,
Texas, Virginia, North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina and Oklahoma have end ended
ed ended compulsory bu segregation
without such drives.

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JERSEY CITY. N.J.. Jan. 10

(UP) Five of seven men named
Murohv were picked from a panel

M a1i v tarv

OI veniremen jrcaici u j w owv mmubj , . w A
on a Hudson county Jury. The def- request for bus Integration. Tney

endant's name is Johnson. o

Soulhorn Senafors
Thin Civil Rhhls;
Passage: is .'Sure'-

WASHINGTON; Jan. 10 (UP)

The Southern Democratic

leadership of the Senate is con convinced
vinced convinced that the Senate will pass
a Civil Rights program this year.
It also la renorted to be con

vinced the Senate nrobably will

curb the power of the filibuster
that Southerners have used so
effectively to kill .Civil Rights
legislation m the past,
senat nemocratic leader Lyn

don B. Johnson himself joined

in sDonsorine a new attempt

yesterday to curb the filibuster

rule.
A group of top Democrats ex ex-nect
nect ex-nect nassaee of a moderate Civil

Rights program will come first.

Thev exnect the Civil Rights

bloc of Northern Senators to do
it after tnnsterlnir th 64 votes

needed to shut off debate. Aft Afterward,
erward, Afterward, they expect a major and
probably successful effort to
curb the filibuster.

WASHINGTON.' Jan. 10 (UP)

United States officials today
privately welcomed Sir Anthonv

taen s oecision to quit as Brit Britain's'
ain's' Britain's' Prime Minister as a step
toward restoring U.S. -British
relations to their pre-Suer level.
Publicly, there were warm ex

pressions from the White House

ana the state department for

Eden and concern over his

health. But by his resignation,
officials said privately, Eden had
cleared the way for strength
ening of the western alliance
and a revival of American-British
cooperation.
' President Eisenhower, in a
White House statement, did
jnot express the usual "regret"
over Eden's resignation.
But the President referred to
Eden as "an old and good friend
of mine." He said, he had de developed
veloped developed a "great respect and
admiration" for Eden as a "dedi "dedicated
cated "dedicated leader in the cause of free freedom."
dom." freedom." The President t also said
he is sending Eden a personal
message.

Secretary of State'john Foster-1 iliey felt that Eden had

Dulles, who had not always seen committed a grave error, lead-

eye-to-eye with Eden, said "It
is a matter. of deep regret that
Sir Anthony Eden has felt com

pelled to lay down the arduous
duties of his. office because of
health,'! The Secretary spoke of
Eden's "ability and effective
dedication to the cause of free freedom
dom freedom in the world and unity be between
tween between the free nations,Kparticu nations,Kparticu-larly
larly nations,Kparticu-larly between the United King Kingdom
dom Kingdom and the United States."
Eden in Washington's : view.

was so committed and identified

with the ill-fated attacfc on E E-gypt
gypt E-gypt that it was hard, if not im impossible,
possible, impossible, to do business with him

or his government. Diplomatic

contact between Washington

and London was almost non nonexistent
existent nonexistent between mid- October
and the Christmas season.

' Mr. Elsenhower and Dulles

were angered at the wav Eden

helped engineer the British-French-Israeli
operations against
Egypt in early November.

inr to closure of the Sues Ca

nal, serious economfo setbacks j.
throughout Europe, a. risk in in-Soviet
Soviet in-Soviet influence in the Middle
East and a diversion world at attention
tention attention from Moscow's prob problems
lems problems In Hungary. 1
Eden kept Britain's participa participation
tion participation in the Egyptian venture
secret from the United States.
The president- and Dulles first
heard, about the British-French
"ultimatum" to Israel and Egypt
through the press.
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U. S. feeling was; so high' a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Eden that' it may have

had some effect on his decision

to resign. Soon after the Egyp

tian debacle, London and Paris
sounded out 'Washington on
chances of a b'g three meeting
between; Mr. Eisenhower, Eden
and French Premier Guy Mol Mol-let.
let. Mol-let. Stories were "floated" that

Eden and Mollet would visit the
President. The White House
came back hard, denying that

any invitations naa been- sent.

Utile; Ceague

MacMillan: Hoosier Mother, Eisenhower Pal;
Edwardian Elegance, and Abls Prime Minister

Tense,, 6Block-Trolley Ride is Greek

In Jim Crow-Curtain in Deep South

(Editors Note: A United Press

staff eoirpondnt rod tho At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta trelUy n which Nvgroes to

day made thoir first attempt to

crack the travel toortflanon Bar

rier in Caoroia.)

By NICK CHRISS

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white passengers

left

other

bus. -.
After a few minutes, power was
restored, the sign on the front of
the bus was changed to read "spe "special"
cial" "special" and the driver drove off.
The ministers stayed on through
downtown Atlanta. The trolley
made no other stops and picked
up no other passengers. The mm mm-isteVs
isteVs mm-isteVs read from the Bible and
sang hymns during the ride.
About six blocks from the heart
of the city, the party disembarked
on a signal from the Rev. Wil

liam Borders, pastor of the wneai

the. When they got on, mosi oi we

whites got oil, nut noi auuiu. i
put a 'Special' sign on the bus and
told the driver not to pick up anybody."

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ATLANTA (UP) A tense, six six-block
block six-block ride op an Atlanta trackless
trolley yesterday touched off Ne Negro
gro Negro leaders' first attempts at bus
integration in this historic south southern
ern southern city. ...j

almost 30 minutes at a downtown j Street Bapist Ccurch

bus stop before finding a ous uiaM
suited their purpose-one that had; As they started to leave, the
empTy seaUPTB thTfr7nt tection driver, who would not fm kii
the white, normally use. name, told .them they could not

When the rigM vemcie P"". X To

to Ibe Stop U Hie corner ui """1

Mitrhell streets, vne min

isters went aboard. There were a
few catcalls from white passers passers-by.
by. passers-by. and the atmosphere was tense.
Atlanta Is a city of strict segre segre-.rui
.rui segre-.rui nistoms. Integra

tion Is regarded as something like
a foreign doctrine here.
One of the. Negro ministers was

the Rev. Marti Uitaer jn or.,
father of the Montgomery. Ala.,

minister who neaoea xne -i.r
fntvratka drive and D a

We want to go out the front,'

said Borders.

First Negro Plays
At Charlotte, NC,
City Coif Course
CHARLOTTE, N. C. (UP)

Charlotte's only city owned golf
first Negro played the Bonnie
Brae golf course here today after

me city Parks Board, acting un

der court order, formally dropped

coior oars.

Jack H o r t o n, professional at

inarlotte s only city ownel golf

course, said James Williams of

LONDON, Jan. 10 (UP) Har

old MacMillan has strong Ameri American
can American ties including a Hoosier moth mother
er mother and a close friendship with

President Eisenhower. As chancel

lor of the exchequer, he has, been
the second most important man, in
Britain. V,'-11 r : :

The 62-year-old Scotsman start

ed at the top of the ladder financi financially
ally financially and socially and he has ma tie

the most of his assets in following
a career of' service, to his country
and its allies. His appearance of

an elegant Edwardian aristocrat.

the best-dressed man in Eden s
Cabinet, belies his reputation ; as a
reformer, realist and original

thinker. v
MacMillan was born of a self self-mada
mada self-mada family of great wealth.
His paternal grandfather was
Scottish laborer who founded tho
publishing firm of MacMillan &
Co., Ltd., find his maternal'
grandfather was a Sptncar, Ind.
physician, ,'i MacMillan mad a
brilliant marriage in 120 when
ha wtd a daughter of tho ninth
Duko of Devonshire.
While MacMillan was still a Tor-

y back-bencher he gained a repu reputation
tation reputation as a rebel, campaigning for

government action to end unem
ploymeni in the '30s. :.vj

He became minister of housing
and local government in Church-

Sucker Penmate
Put Him In Chips

ST. LOUIS, Jan. 10 (UP)-Va-grancy
charges against Isidore

Londe, who had between $400 and
$1200 on his persons the 25 times

he was arrested since last Sep-1

tember, have been dropoed.
He told a ludee Mondav he had

ten living on the $8,000 he won
playing craps and booking horse horserace!'
race!' horserace!' while in the Missouri pen

itentiary.

Cops Probing, Okay,
Sayi Maria's lawyer
Bill ISbl 'Kidnapping1
HOLLYWOOD, VuH 1? Famed
criminal attorney) Jerry Giesler

served notice today that he and
his client, Marie McDonald, are
dissatisfied with the way authori

ties are investigating the case of
her kidnaping. ' j

' It is about time that the po

lice start proceeding with the in
vestlgation of the kidnaping in

stead of investigating Miss MC.

Donald," Giesler said. '51 only

hope they shot.' the same diligence
hunting for the kidnapers that they

have in trying to prove ner story

a hoax."

Giesler said Miss McDonald

has offered to take a lie detector
test to suoDort her story that she

was kidnaped by two L,aun-iype
men early last Friday. He
charged that "police have been
subjecting Miss McDonald to an
Inquisition" instead of searching
for evidence.
Gielser hovered over Miss
MrDnnald's shoulder Tuesday as

she sinned a formal police report

charging that -she was abducted
ho tRz rmn tinme bv two

uwm, T I

men and left wanaenng aiong
desert road near Indio, Calif. The

report, however, maae no menuun
that she had been assaulted and

rnhhed. but merely described ae

tails of the alleged kidnaping,

boycott ia that city.

King said it was the urn woe
V r v Aunt a an

bo had over ai m

AUanU public cooveyince

The driver then pressed tne i .""" ,sul'" "P
.fc!r-th. ft dohr.lni P'd hw ree fee at 9:35

R. L. WagesVAtlanta Transit Co. tm He sdWiUiams a caddie
Supervbor sUtloned at the inter- e Etwood Golf Club here,
section where the. Negroes board-jP1

-a th. k.n aaid "tnev nunei -t -,u .... ru

"rJZA) -hich is'
,t crowded 5 P'rtSrf RevohiUoii Park here.
that wasat too crowded. openmt the pirk ol.
lower' an agreement with Osmond

L. Barrlnger, former owner of the

Unspited Variety

land given to tho city several

years aro. The city paid Barrin-

Jaa, 10 Iger l.JM tot hit reverter rights

JERSEY CUT, NJ

fUPl A bit of variety proved to tho land.

nuita riamairina to Charlea Burn'ai Whon Rrrinpr donated 40

Four whito women who r automobile yesterday. Burns toidl acres to the city for Revolution

the bus got on immroninj. poJica his car, while parked in Park, ho stipulated that the land

The power to ine .racies front of his home, was struck by; should revert to him if it ever

a taxi at : SO should be used as aayxning out a

at CIO sum. jrecreaUoa area- for whites. .

IOW J The power to me ""' front of his home,
4.51 a.., ley auddeoly went off and mechao-1B lufo t 2 m
S a ilea wera caUed. With this, several! a aDd a truck t

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ill'l last government, aid exceed exceeded
ed exceeded the Conservative government's
campaign promises, especially in
the construction of housing- at 'the
rate of 300,000 units a year. When
Eden became Prime Minister he
served for brief periods, as min

ister of defense and foreign secer
tary. .,, V'' -7 ,-' ''? :';
i'MacMillad demonstrated as for.

eign secretary that he believes in
the importance of the Anglo-American
alliance He has been a prime
mover in the movement to unify
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3 ExurncoalJ Sue
For (Armjf Back Pay v

WASHINGTON (UP) ; Three
former turncoat soldiers have filed
suit against the government to re

cover about $14,000 in back pay

ana allowances wnue tney were

prisoners of war in, Korea.

The suits were filed bv Lewis

Griggs of Jacksonville. Tex.. Otto

u. ueu oi musDoro, Miss..: and
William, A. Cowart of Dalton. Ga.

The former nrlsoners of war re

fused to return to i the United

States after, the Korean armistice
but later renounced Red China and

came home in July, 1955:

The Army charged all three with
collaborating with the enemy when

tney returned to ..this country
They have denied the charges.
In their suits before the U.S.

Court of Claims Bell asked for

$4,580; Cowart $5,057, and Griggs
$4,071. r
After the Army filed its charges
against the three men tho Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court ruled that since they

had been given dishonorable dis discharges
charges discharges when they refused to re

turn home they could not be tried

by court-martial.

The Army has turned down their

pay claims. ...
The three were among 23 Ameri

can soldiers who refused to return
home at the end of the Korean

War.'"

Girls 6, Boys 4

Six girls and four boys wera
bom at Gorgas Hospital during
the, weefc- ending at -midnight
Monday,, .according to the reg regular
ular regular hospital report. During tho
same period 168 jpatients wertr
admitted arid 146 were discharge
ed.' ;, '. ,.-. ; ;.; v
The names' and addresses of
the parents of the cirt hahirs

follows: art'-? and f Mrs. E. a

Lennon, or Fort Kobbo; Mr. and

wra.r jp-. a.; Aviies, i of Panama
City": Dr. and Mrs. B. ft' Arias:

of Ancon;; Mr., and Mrs. J. M.
Gomez, of Rousseau; SP-3 and
Mrs. M.: W, Green; of Ganiboa;
and Mty and Mrs. S. L. McClean,

; Boys were, born toM the" fol following:
lowing: following: Mr. and Mrs. H, Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Riviere, of Panama
City SPF and Mrs. C. Wi Chat Chat-terton,
terton, Chat-terton, of Panama City; '. and
Mr.' and Mrs, J. lAmantine, of -Gamboa.
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In IU Dryded
HOBOKEN. N.J.vJan In rTTPil

Norway's second largest ocean lin liner,
er, liner, the 17.500 ton Oslofiord. -tln-

ped over in its drydock today and
crashed against an adjoining dry dry-dock
dock dry-dock holding another ship,
" Eight crewmen were Injured.
Two were hospitalized.. Another
200 crewmen were evacuated after
being, trapped for more !than, an
hour.-. 'v:;i:ifCrS:J
The Oslofjord immediately 1 dev developed
eloped developed a Wrdegree list, police said.'
"I can, assure you ,it will defi definitely
nitely definitely sinki. if it hits the water,"
police Lt. John Flihse said. 'Ho
said ; tho vessel's seacocks ? were

openii-,- i:-.:j x-i- v ;

The other vessel was not im immediately
mediately immediately identified. It was ; re

ported at a "slight list.". v: 1

. The Oslofjord had been In dry- 1
dock for repairs .before leaving
tomorrow for a West Indies cruise.
It is owned by the .Norwegian A A-merican
merican A-merican line. ;j ,"';
Norway's biggest liner Ms1, tho
18,500 ton Bergenf jord. tl -,
The Oslofjord. suddenly,, tipped
over at 4:50 a.m. . v
- The lurching vessel pulled Up its'
gangplanks and trapped the 200

crewmen. They were hauled vto
safety shortly after 6 a.m. by pol police
ice police and firemen using fire depart

ment hydraulic ladders. ,..!..
, The .Oslofjord, which "normally
carries a crew of 318, pitched over

against the adjoining drydock."

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II. Y. PahCana! Chlei
Due on Ancon Today

E.'.H. Harms, manager of the

New York Office of the Panama
Canal Company, is among the pas passengers
sengers passengers arriving today from New

xora aooaro uie ranamaiiner An

con, He is accompanied oo his trip

to the Isthmus by Mrs. Harms.
Harms is coming to too Canal

Zone on official business and will
discuss with various Canal Officials

problem's relating to the operation

of tho Panama Line and other

Company operation ia tho United

States.

He and Mrs. Harms plan to re

turn on tho SS Ancoa which will
sail Saturday afternoon from Cris

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BACK WITH BABY Actress Marie McDonald holds her
three-month-old baby, Tina Marie, as she tells newsmen in
Enclno, Calif., of her abduction by two men. The actress said
It was a gun pointed at Tina Marie that aaade her decide to
; lea? her home "i'h the two men.

Sweet Licking
BONN. Germany. Jan. 10 (UPW

Licking postage stamps is becom

ing a sweet task in West Germany.
Peppermint flavored stamps hsve
heea placed oa sale and other
flavors will be available soon, Ur
West German postal ministry re reported
ported reported today. ,i

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