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; - A; V;.ft' j w., ,,. V 1 PANAMA, R. r SATURDAY JANUARY It, 1957 ;' L mcnc )
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Is Not Foraotten
WASHINGTON, Jan.' 1 2 (UP Th United Statts
mutt keep the '"tory of Hungary" reverberating around tne
world to thoW what "communism really PreSideat
. ; tisennower s new cnieT or giooar, inTQrmation operations
- -rthutl Larson, director of the'; I.' S.'1 Information
Agency, jsafcf In an jinteriewatARupsjanj;ftrategy''.ia''io
f tryvand jnake the -world "forget about Hungary' but he
has already taker! steps to block that, 'iiRi;:.; -'V
" He' afs strlssed tha importance: of (explaining over-
teat, .tht ptjiCf," ,iriplf tc'uy lty'almt'1f jiaw5 Eisenhower
' rdoctrin fori the1, turbu jent Middle "East, Wi :
" Larson,. 48-iyear-old confidant f" "The story is reverberating
of the president, Just recently mround the world, and we must
took -ovfer direction of the gov keep it reTerberai'nr so no
' emment's Voice f-America ra- one will ferret what Comma
dio broadcasts, motion pictures, nism Is," he said.'
t libraries ancti other cU.S.? mforr it is not kindlyr-it ig a move move-t
t move-t jnation work jibroad. i ment that shoots and deports
" He said moves have"beeh made workers, it is anti-relieious. it is
t increase- .American, informa- anti-practicallv -everythin that
' tion output In the Middle. East, j old and new countries stand for.
i Voice troadcasts to the .area "we- and these countries
f have been expanded. A new;ra-throug:hout the Avorld stand on
1 dio' transmitter has been: leased one side; Russia stands on the
fromt thrt Brlnsn BroaacasunK otner.";
UO. (JUipUl w hw'V.oi""""6"'
1 ' voice transmitter at Tangier al
io has been stepped up..
! -i Hut Larson tilaces -"ton prior
It on keenlnt the story vof
Hunntrv all fci the eonsci
. ousness 'of people throughout
. tne wpria.
Outlook For Ike's
Set To Arrive
For Taking Hi! Cul
tuis' Antonio Morales how know
that in'court, at least, a full hous;
doesn't beat a straight.
. The "' J8-year' old Pansmaniat
was found guiltyyesterday in U
S. District CourtVof conducting a
gambling game for a percentage
The gam, police 'Said was poker
.Police arrested -he young mai
in late November when a rucku
ended an hours-long, poker sessioi
Albrook Air Force Basr Tuesday oenestn ,uve 5SBU grs quarters 0
boars'' UA; Air Force .. WiOMpori.;:f. .v
Mcamt Irrigated with th
in bis and I ha threw than
,in the ir and the rumpus bt
gan. Felice 'came end picked u
it ran, Mn. i ,. wjt.
i .morales. aiieEeaiv not a niavrr
furqished the cards police say
and took a cut, of ec man's hour
ly winnings. ,
'The Court- set his: senfirniwt a
four months in jaij, but the sea
tence was suspended for one year
Another charge; settled in Bal
boa Magistrate's Court in Novin
ber, was of disturbing the pe te.
Imposition- of sentence wn ,.
pended, and he was placed on prib-
" ra wi conatuon that he d s
s Th 'body iof -'Chile's- Wbel
pTlze-wmnlnsr' "poet, -Gabriela
f Mistral, M scheduled to arrive at
from Chilean eircraftr vhlch
4 Will arrive at Albrook tomorrow
t about $ p.to.t then the, body
will be'flowit te feantiago for a
state. funeral Thursday or Frf-
Miss Mistral, "who won yterai
lure highest award in. 1945 for
her poetry of studied simplicity,
d ed in New York Tirursaay lot
lowin a Jont Illness. Che was
67. ... f U V
Her body win be transported
. hv train from New Yora w unar
lMton: S.C.- 'at noon tomorrow.
On Tuesday the' Air Force will
- fly the body here durinsj one f
WASHINGTON (UP)-The out
look today for major proposals
mede by President Eisenhower in
his State of the -Union message:
EC6NOMY-Called for1 Congress
to authorize a broad investigation
by a citizen's commission of the
nation's fiscal system and credit
policies. The proposal immediate immediate-ly
ly immediate-ly started ,a fight over whether
Conines or a special -eemmission
ElHrnM.'inakf Jhe-investigatloa, k
WAGES PRICES-Asked busi busi-ness
ness busi-ness and labor to go easy on price
anq wage increases to check mfla mfla-tiohary
tiohary mfla-tiohary trends. Government econo economists
mists economists said wages this year may
more or less hold the line against
inflation, But economists were un un-certain
certain un-certain whether, prices, would.
SCHOOLS Called for fWl
school construction program not
tied .in with the segregation issue
House leaders expressed v confi-
dene cthe program would iet
hich priority'' consideration. Bur.
it appeared doubtful that the pro-
(,.oiu; nvuw icjiiwu; iree vi an
anti v segregation tmrnHmont
Jef ding cause of. its death last
REFUGE E5--Called fop mskins
permanent the admission of thou thousands
sands thousands of Huhgarian refugees en.
U''ng ;the' ceuntry 4- as temporary
Pi. jlees. Chairman Francis E.
Walter of the Hons Im
Committee said Congress should
proceed "very, very carefullv
sge of the ,administration' ins
wni. r-: .tit ... T
'" vyn ngnis advocates
EDEN RESIGNS Leaving cabinet meeting at Nef 10 Down Downing
ing Downing Street in London, British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden
heads fox, Buckingham Palace to give h'.s resignation to Queen
Elizabeth. Eden gave ill health as the reason lor his action.
Lapor Party Wants Elections; Claims
It had earlier been reported s. m. r ; ,;.-'
that an Air rorcc plane from
the u.S. mission in Santiago
; would fly to Panama for ; the
v body and return to Santiago.
But today the Air Force said it
.would be a Chilean niane ana
-crew. v'ri..,.. v-.-'.
, -The crew will be guests of the
Air Force here, officials saw.
; Onpreccdenlfid Heel
. PisnHcd By PIiieair!
' PARIS,1 Jan.' 1J rUPj-French
, -Foreign Minister Christian Pi
,' neau plans to call an unprece-
j.' iom' southern y" ; rt ;: 1 t j -I- r' V,
predicted, defeati But I ftrtat I IrannArl -1 liiAAn Jnf a Unlitirr
, southern .senator, Wl IWJ sVauuvi4 VUVCH ,-imy I VllllkJ
program- is .aft'-' tfifc -C.a:I.V.:';vil-nVLVW.
Ai-ift.Xv'v' J ; LQWJON, Jan. 12 J LeacL:jtu..s from'' lecture tour ,10 the
matf uiii kiW"'A i'
for internaUonal disarmament con-
' v VI B .1 1 hi r pap- IM.HA.. I
added control of outer space mis-
(T- 7 ? '"""tes.; Experts xaid
i u 0liw. 1 snould
urst. aooui e eat ri rrf
2 Trai:!: Shipj;
Ifjre Oyer Ve'cicsd
v SS. John Haas,' both- gth
Naval district training Im?.LZ-
"OTTAWA. Jan. U irVrp t
nine-day strike by railroad fire firemen
men firemen against the Canadian Pari,
nc. Railway .ended last nioht
Work began Immediatriv tn ci.nr
17,000 miles of track for resunL; r
tion of service. .. w ". ,f The n
.i-rime Aunister LouU St Lau-
. -" '!', e on- a iwo week
KJn,"8 cr,ul members of the
i'ri neserve and
nmm tn I. .T J
a-Iv r.V, "Doara. ut the
,V k "s'rve "board.- Of
" r wncers, 169-nlisted
"lea, ;. ,,v.
reserva ar rM Hi..
x w . "win 4II Bin
avaj District, New Orleans Sth.
rent announced the end. of-theinavej Dil Sric? Ch."le"n sit cS
"If1 w41 Hous ot Commorujrolina; and the 9th NvaT DbtrM
i ui cai Kes,,,lU j
snoruy before 6 p.m. iTrans-
ponauon services wUl be resum resumed
ed resumed forwith,'' he said amid cheers.
The first train to run ainre
the strike began Jan.-2 arn pd
at winasor, uni snoruy b( .1 e
1 J ...1-- All TT I ..
arnica mecuui ..i. u m"" nuunijni. commuter service
Nations member countries rep- from. Montreal U to resume this
resentatlvea in France in an ef afternoon with a local train to
lort to head orr u.N. action .over Quebec. Full passenger crvirr
Algeria, Informed sources said expected to be resttred to
today i v. t a. w most points by Monday.
tYw .nnntrle. remismted In In "nue had caused s i
mJ?I WrflrSnafW ou hdshiP o many taolaf 1
M. frn from thT United communities which depend r .1
JlJt.r from the. ymtcd raUroad Tor tooA ,nd n,.,
siaiea,,- : .' i necessities. Many, industries n
Then mean wiU personally affected, i
argue his country's ease that The railread and the strikirz
the U.N. haa.no jurisdlcUon in uroinernooq oi Firemen ana i
1 Cdr W, D.; Thompson 'of Flor Florence,
ence, Florence, Ala., is the Reserve train train-inr
inr train-inr coordinator aboard the Winet
while Cdr. G. S. Ballard of Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, Texa. is the Reserve training
coordinator aboard the Haas
Lt. Cdr. George R. Hooper, Is
commanding officer of the Willett
" v-i. car. oiea W. Gil vert, is
'imanding officer-of 1 he Haa.
ae ships will visit in ih rn.i
- e area over the weokend, thev
jre s heduled ta depart the area
on X.,.day.' t-:u -'Ut. v,,-.
in Socialists readied a demand
or immediate elections today on
grounds that Harold ', MacMil
lan's appointment as" prime min minister
ister minister involved the Queen in par
ty politics, t "W s
U it wa' charge that rocked
Britain, ;::;-C"' ; t
Members' of the Labor Party
declared In": a closed meeting
last night the Conservative Par-'
tv forced Queen Elizabeth into
politics by. leaving it up to ner
to choose between; MacMillan
and R.; A. Butler to succeed Sir
Under .the British constitu
tion, the monarch is barred from
nnlltlr.. rj J '.'A'"-''
-The Apparent stfatery 'would
be' to maneuver MacMiuan into
calling anrimmediate general -lection.-on
the grounds that Ms
appointment Thursdajf was un unconstitutional.
constitutional. unconstitutional. .'. ;'xv .':
Britain's monarch.: is v barred
from party politics-. ..';'" ;j -v'-
A decision whether to push the
point was put off until opposi opposition
tion opposition leader Hugh "GaltskeH re
Sdilmqb Israel I?:
' NAPtES.. ian.' 12 (UPV The
treek ship Mediterranee left here
for-Israel last night carryin? 650
Jewi expelled from Egyjrf jAhout
more remamea er,awaiiuig
But. Socialists 5 apokrentlv" Jn
tentionally i leaked their. plans
mi wie. preps on me spou
nts Police j
TRIESTE! Italy. Jan. 12 fUP
Italian police and counter-in
telligence gents cracked down
last night on a spy ring operat
ing along the Yugoslav border
here. They arrested at- least 10.
and-possibly 1 person!
. Pnlir rpfiuterl tn rlv Htall
but issued a terse communique
which said: "In these days per
sons are being detained who
have been proved to belong to, a
spy ring operating for a foreign
power in this- territory and ad adjoining
joining adjoining ftreas.', .. ,
, The communique said other
other derails: were withheld to
safeguard the auoremanatlon-
al lnterestT .;' "- v,--
Infomipd sources said: the
crackdown extended to six cities
in nortbfast Itsly. They' said
those -arreted included 3-i
year-old i lice Inspector in Tri-i
as believed to be the
. LONDON. Jan. 12 (UP) A
Conservative member of Parlla.
ment newly returned from a 12 12-day
day 12-day visit to Israel said today he
Is rabsolutelv convinced" that a
pipeline through Israel, bypass
ing inebuez canal is "not only
possible ,Vvbun absolutely neces-
. R. G. Gresham Cookie said he
plans .to put the project before
the House of Commons. The Idea
has already been presented to
the House of Lords by Baron
Hore-Belisha, former war sec
"As i see u tne whole scneme
should be undertaken by west
ern European nations acting in
concert, perhaps through NATO,'
. A similar Dian for btpasslng
the Sues Canal is under consid
eration by the French.
A 20-inch olpeilne from Eiatn
on the Gulf of Akaba to Haifa
could carry more than 10 mil
lion tons of oil a year, Cookie
The cost would be about $280
million for the pipeline and a a-bout
bout a-bout as much again for pump pumping
ing pumping stations and storage tanks,
he said. -' ?
Cookie said operating1 ; costs
would be about $1.50 a ton, com compared
pared compared with -about a dollar a ton
for transport through the Ca-
na'i' '-.-' f Ai- rt?. f
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v hi ;
'WASHINGTON, Jan. i (TJPJ f
The United States today cnai
UnffM Rnia to Drove that V. S
rlanea'flew over a Soviet naval
base in the Vladivostok area last
The State Department made1 the
challenge in a note delivered to
the Soviet embassy here.
Tbe note' said a thorough U.S.
ievestigation showed that "the on on-lv
lv on-lv authorized United States Air
f orce flights in the general area
of the Sea of Japan were normal
It added that if Russia cpp
furnish evidence enabling posi positive
tive positive identification" of the planes
as American or. otherwise esran esran-lish
lish esran-lish proof' of the. charge, a fur further
ther further U. S. investigation will be
In kn official protest last T)c.
)S. Russia charged that three
American planes -flew over the
Vlalivostock area Dec.' 11.
NEW YORK, Jan. 12 (UP) -- Americans beaan lerl
ing the economic p nch of the Suez Canal crisis this week.
Prices, of refined petroleum products aasolin
home heating oils and the like inched hiaher in th
wake of criide oil price hikes averaging around 35 cents
a barrel. r- -'
Esso Standard Oil Company, marketing arm of Stand
ard Oil Company (New Jersey), jacked ud its aasolini
and distillate product prices one-cent a gallon in 18 states".
" Other marketers are expected to follow suit, soint
already haying done so."
The increase in crude and refined product nrices re.
fleets a sharp rise in demand for American oil from Eui
rope to replace supplies cut off by closure of the Canak
The demand for oil has trig-
gered a new wave of tanker or
"This has been an economic
shotrin-the-arm for shipbuilders,
who now have more than a bil billion
lion billion dollars in orders on their
books., A year, ago their rder
bepks yere depleted. .t :
K Bat the tanker orders create
a problem foir ttef companies,
who. are" hard! nresaVd to meet
tlnc added pressure n seel
-Tom Campbell, editor of. Iron
Age, predicts steel prices will be
raised $5 to $6 a ton around mid midyear.
year. midyear. t'Thls will affect most Ameri Americans
cans Americans in one way or. another,
State Department Press Officer
Lincoln White refused to say if
the note was intended' to be- a
e ring, two policemen Idenial of the Soviet charge. He
and .another police- said be must "stand on the word-
nice, i V v, 'insr of tbe note.
Shoots Down Girl ;
After Rape Fails
VIENNA, Jam 12 (UP) A
Hungarian father said today a
Communist 'Hungarian guard
tried i to rape his daughter and
then shot her to death before his
eyes 300 yards from the Austrian
border Wednesday nighti
Janos Linczenterv 56, told Aus
trian police in Nickelsdorf that he
ana nis aaugnier tmra, u, naa
fled their home near -the Roman
ian border and were in sight of
freedom when they were stopped
by Hungarian border guards.
The guards demanded their
money and valuables, he said,
then searched and robbed them
of everything they had after he
had given them a gold watch and
The father said one of the
guards tried to rape his daughter,
and shot her when she resisted.
liight Quoted 'fa. nrominent fl
gentlemanr from Texas as ex expressing
pressing expressing regret that "hl friend"
Egyptian President Gams.1 Ahdel
Nasser did not sink 10 times' as
many snips jn tne Sue, can ay;
Lord Mancroft, parliamentary
undetvsecretary of state to the
Home Office, made the remark 1 I
in a speech last nlight at W6r : I
He identified the "nrominfjil -ti
oil gentleman" as Howard Nien
OHS. r ' (
"This sort of revelation tends ?
to throw doubt over the new A 5
merican policy in the Middl
East," Lord Mancroft said.
"Surely the Communists car
not have been right with
they have been alleging ? abrr
"Before America starts tores t
the world in general, and -to
those who earnestly desire to te
their friends in particular, they
had better decide how mur 4
they agree with Mr. H o W a-e4
Nlcholls of Texas,!' Lordr MSn
croft said. . t-
2-Way Drive SeciH H
To Strip Govt's, -f i
Algeria, the sources said.
x Pinean t expected to cover
" the judicial, political ana His Historical,
torical, Historical, aspects ot the Algerian
problem at ht proposed meet-
Ing i : - -.
. i ?
Cause Prison Riot
SAN ANTONIO,-Tex. Jan. 12
(UP) Eighty prisoners rioted
st the Bexar County Jail today be
cause thev were refused hot cake
for ore-k fart.
liiev broke IS window pane
and 25 or 30 light bulbs, bat auaif auaif-d
d auaif-d before th -drawn ; pistol of
Sheriff Owen W. Kfiday and went
DarK to their littered cells.
' The prisoners were disgruntled
with their breakfast, consisting 4
ereem of wheat, bread toasted on
One side and oleora arearine and
gmemen agreed to resume cp
erations pending the outcome of
a government Inquiry by a three three-man
man three-man board of judges. ; :.
Fire Cuts Offices Offices-Of
Of Offices-Of USAir Basev ',
TOUL1 ROSIER., rranee.
13 UP Fire mei oflires and
workshocs at this U.S. air rfe
loaay, put Air Force I;r -en
kept lt from spread in to a f 1 n n-rar
rar n-rar where nine valuable f .tcr
bonibers were carked.-
"Two firefighters were injured
and three, were overcome, ty
An Air Force spolresman said 1
II. Y. .rcfi.r.ii!
Ziawr I i J iwtt-if
NEW TORK. Jan. 13 f UP-1a
handwriting expert said ; there
was no similarity between the
papers of a 7-year-old Lath via n
machinist and -samples of wrlt wrlt-ta?
ta? wrlt-ta? of the"mad bomber of Man-i
haUsn" police said today.- i
Police had narrowed their
earch for the bomber, whose
homemade bombs have injured
15 persons here durtr the past
1 years. In the la't lew da vs.
The machinist. Andrew Kiee-
"a. pied two days ago in Ford Ford-htm
htm Ford-htm Hospital of pneumonia. Po Police
lice Police had found notes and pacers
in his Bronx apartment which
i I r. rv.sVc ddxh'cis
t n vol ve tl a! ri Pea cq
WASniN'GTON UT-The t'nit.. tifclly clo?
lr"States.' has defense commit-jHe know?
lie U.STd;55 Nations Over World;
Are 2,795,500 Men In Service
the flames detfroved flichfi re- Med them to comDare the hard
cords of the list rhter-boitVr (writing with that of the elusive
wing and spare flying equip-ibombtr.
ment' - f j lhere Is ntr sfmnaritv." dr-
Cause of the blaze and the a-h'tv police inspector Larrv Mc-
mount of damage were not 1m-Kearney said after en examina-
v mediately determined-'
Uon by a handwriting expert.
: by the new doctrine
e Ttatw; has detense commit-;H knows t at not all nations will
menis 'which io'some degree in- coooerate. nd he has aa boM of
voire everv continent of the world. J cooperate. -' j : V -:
Tii is far. -flung ..shield against J :. f .i-..
Communist aggres?io0i would -be! Bui the could range; from Xf-
extended even more nder Pres-jghanistan t hough the .MedUerra
dent Eisenhower's proposed mili-in an area ii Morocco...
tary-economic doctrine' for the). To meet i's gigantic global de-
Midaie Casft - fense com -utments. tbe United
Before the President made his States his an armed strength of
lte proposal, the United States 12,795,500 r en about one, million
sfying defease commitments! in the Arp v; 912,000 la the Air
wiih 43 nations in tbe. Far Eist. Iforce; S7fi O ia the-Navy and
the Pacific, Southeast ftsia, a cor-'2oo,000ih i ,e Maxine 0r.;Ua-
ner of Alrica, Weptcrn Europe and j ike the F .i,h of the old empire
the" Western Hemisphere. idivv theje airmen, sailors an4
The new doctrine plus exist-Soldiers a rr ft standing guard at
ence of American detense base, rveTv little defense soot im the
m omer countries ana expressions world.
of -U.S. support for still morej
countries outside treaty arrange--f The a1 a1-ments
ments a1-ments rauld mean American de- -c d fiexibic
fene arUn of one kind or.anoth-Jrely pnir.
er for tr re than 55 nations. jand atomic
Tt.e area of Burma, India," Af-jSome of tb -SianiMan
and on through the Mid- U.?. 5rat'
r.ie t ast is toiay a big gap ia tre lexatrp.e, t
American A 1 1 i e d defense lme;Cf"'V. S. S.-aroi'tid
aroi'tid S.-aroi'tid the Soviet t'nion and its's! s-e
Mr. Iliver. bow er's hope is tbal ,1 ninn if
tbe Middle F?-t tap from India ont.
on est will te entirely or par- Since 15. a key fart of Amer
stration has Institut Institut-fense
fense Institut-fense polieiet, wiv-h
y a global anobility
weapons K seed he.
heavy bombers of the
c Air Coasmaad, for
e airborne around the
of these planes crob crob-ed
ed crob-ed for immediate re re-t
t re-t n against tho Soviet
riered by tbe Presi-
ican strategy has been to strength
en other countries through eco
nomic, military and other forms
of help. The total cost of this ef effort
fort effort has amounted to 57 billion dol dollars
lars dollars in grants and credits of all
kinds, Military grants and credits
to the nations bow total IS billion.
Here are the anajor VS. a Tes
of influence and the form, de defense
fense defense commitments by areas u
The U-aatiea North Atlantic
Treaty Orfanisatioa.. from Kor Kor-ray
ray Kor-ray and Denavark en tbe north
to Greece and Turkey. Not includ included
ed included are Sweden.' Finland. .Switer-
land, Spain (but tbe VS. has
haset ia Spain). Sight ow. b?
, American serneemea are
sn the area. .
signed since 1951 with Australia,
vew Zealand, the Philippines,
Formosa, Japan and the Republic
a Korea. The United States has
about 500,000 men in the entire
"ar East-Pacific area.
The United States U joined with
20 nther American republics in the
947 &io de Janeiro Treaty. This
art! fhsit Alt SartWiaayi tv
"'- a-a(M Sa a
against an American tUU "ahali o"1". proceaurei.-
WASHINGTON,' Jan. 12 TUP)-
A two-way drive was promised i
Congress today- to strip- secrecy. .-labels
labels .-labels fronv government info3a
tion not required te be kept 5ron-
fidential by law or military aaces- .
Pep John Ewf Moss (D-ClBf) 4-
taid he would introduce a bull -in
the House to eliminate the broad '.
authority claimed by federal ay ee
ties 'for withholding non-security.
information from the public,- V
Sea'.'t Thomas C Hemiiflgs
Mo), Chairman of the subcommit
t on Constitutional Risbta. an
nounced he would introduce idea
tial legislation m the Senate.
Tbe legislation wouM amend Uie
so-called -Housekeeping" law of
17S3 which was intended merely to
esltblish filing systems and other;
' PAR. IA4T
The United States has defease
commitment coder the eight -na
tion !ouifteasl Asiaa Treatr Or-
raaizatioa. This grouping tockdes
Thailand aid Pakiataa ia addition
lAnstratia and the PhiTippiees. Sep Separata
arata Separata defease pacta have beca
be considered as an attack against
D (be American states, w" Gv
p-sphically this treaty extends
from-tbe North Pole to the South
1'eJe. If an attack occurred in
Latin America, the United States -h
ruviu n,i io ariw on iu lorce
stationed at home or ia tbe ter
ritories. U -;
(Moss said the amendment.-if
passed. would require federal
agencies te. prove'jtbat informa
tion vbould be withheld aa secirrty
or outer grounds from tlia public.
is anticipated that this
amendment will result ia th
courts taking a elaoer look at ruWa
and regulations restricting infor
mation to determine if they are in
aeeord with congressional mtnt
Hemings said tie ""HousekeepU
Tbe United States m not a mem member
ber member of the Baghdad Pact which in
clude Britain, Iran, Iraq," TJcvling'" law kas been cited repted-
tnat aggTessioa againti ut age-iy ty federal ofuciaia ss anucf
pjii3p sta V tnf Tiiisritj yoi tv for "keeping secret from ifco
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As I understand It. one of the events leading to the present
$ U.S.-Panama treaty was the existing: economic condition of
Panama. Let us accept the fact that the country has a right
i to a higher standard of living. Let us also accept the iact
!! that the "pueblo,'1 or man in trie street, is no longer illiterate.
'-He has learned to appreciate the liner things of life- if not
tf-Jy learning, then by just watching the "don fulanos and fula-
luas" after they become such. :
The average man naturally wants to own his own car and
! a piece of lana on which to build his "caslta," and to attain a
' government to give him as a citizen of the country. Then the
' inevitable problem arises: How can we fulfill the demands of
). the citizens?
i Their solution to the problem was to call on the good old
"guarda espaldas Los U.8.A." for a treaty in which all the de de-i
i de-i mands of tne "pueblo," or common man,, would be met just
as if they were U.S. citizens. Here theta ;are f ew of the de de-,
, de-, mands ot said treaty:
? Stop the duty-free entry of goods through the post offices.
I Close the commissaries where a man can buy Panamanian (yes,
? Panamanian) sugar at seven and 45 cents per pound, where where-1
1 where-1 as for the same product he has to oay 15 cents a pound in
- Panama. Stop him from buying four pounds of rice, a staple
!: article in every home, for 39 cents, whereas in Panama the
cheapest is 12 and a half cents per pound and when you ge
iNhrough cleaning it of small stones and trash you have half a
i pound left. Give them equal pay for equal work. But enough
' of that
. IT Come with me on an imaginary journey back to the 1930s.,
' Historv tells us that in ismz wnen ousevcn was nevreu
t ident to Tprosperous U.S.A. we see and envy today was feeling
what we may very soon feel. Within 100 days after FDR was
1 "!??aArev.ry-JL J, nf the t.hines he brousrht about. Bank
t deposits were insured: the unemployed were je d and I ctothed.
; Huge public works projects were punched and aid granted to
s farmers. One government pro ect was construction of a mighty
" Ss of dams in the Tennessee River Valley to control floods
1 and provide power .for thousanos oi lauus.
J in DarierTprovince every year the river floods u banks
..... h fnr flirt from the Red Cross. All the things that
, Ir FDR did gave work to the people and the did i not Crj 'to some
other nation for help like a frightened chi d in his : sleep. The
- ; American people got down to earth and put their Mm o
: the wheel and were able to lift their country out of the mud.
pTnamaf too! can-do the same if It -ould only stop think think-'ine
'ine think-'ine of nothing but personal gain. It should stop being so nar-
rnirtrifS in its wav of thinking only, of self first, and begin
! ffiffifof & ISPaS welfare" of t less fortunate .people
-fthl country, and accept with gratitude the blessings of
li A "Panamanian With No Voice In My Own Home
I SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Time to Pull the Rug Out
By VICTOR RIESEL
The stuff they put Intothe Big
uciDD wiu very soon begin to light
and heat your home, preserve vour
food without freezing and cure to
day's deadly diseases,. It's the In Industry
dustry Industry of the future atomic en energyand
ergyand energyand it. will bring with it
nousancis of new jobs as well as
push button comforts for all A-
But as Sam Gold wvn once said
about the A-bomb, "You've got to
be careful of that thing. Iu's got
dynamitfe in itt" That's the view of
some of the nation' shrewdest la
bor leader. These men can smell
a new industry long before the first
bulldozer rips up the earth where
the plants of tomorrow will be lo
Specifically what they say is that
chis; tew industry may set off the
Diggest time bomb of all" atom
ic radiation. They say that while
the use of radioactive materials
may broaden the job span of their
duespayers, u may lower their life
span at the same time. They have
just painted a harrowing picture of
the effects of overexposure to ra radiation
diation radiation upon America's working
Joes. In a generally overlooked
message,, recently distributed to
their own people, oy the AFL-CIO.
they warn thati
Over exposure may produce.
not identifiable radiation disease,
but rather increased susceptibility
to certain diseases, most notably
leuKemia and other cancers
"Btyond this is ths fact that
soms typst of radiation threat
en gsnttic damage, thrsatsn not
merely ths worksr hlmttlf but
his children, grandehildrtn and
may affect ths rsnreductiva calls
and msan ttsrility. Or, if ths af af-fsctsd
fsctsd af-fsctsd worksr csn hive chifdrsn
snd grandehildrtn, asms might
bs malformsd or rstsrdsd."
The national union chiefs will
soon gather in a national confer
ence to map plans for conlne with
the problems of this galloping a
iomic business. By early 1960 the
baby industry will be soendine uo-
wards of $5,000,000,000 annually for
researcn, development, building
and equipment. Sparking labor's ac
uvuieg will De tne Auto Wnt-ker
the Machinists, the Electricai
NFllTDkTifxu -- :-
tr MIW p-tAIIOH '
& "ir: ,- i .,..tk n,ifiiniit. the rains, and if
JZia Y ikeiv to bring out flowers on fruit trees 'Workers, he Oil and Chemical
J .Jj tht mQn irnndhve to the peaches again. They were woners, tne Boilermakers and the
ill killed around here last year, but the hill country and east
1 Texas faired better than a fair crop.
' Find the farmers around here with their seeds ready for
. planting if the rain does come. Reports this morning of some
'! raln in the Panhandle, but that'3 600 miles fronv here and
" Its the first day with no frost in the state. -I
The Texas legislature meets today and the scramble for
I'more revenue begins. With the road taxes on, we'll need a lot.
i i j ,.ni onri th;-.t mf.irn little mnre for a
; uu juiiijsu k ,.
' President Eisenhower made another mistake when he said
V he would never send troops overseas to fight without permls permls-Ision
Ision permls-Ision fromGonkreaa ahd now he sees his mistake aid wants
'Congress to correct it? ,'
! ? vi.m hpn .onneratjilated on mv Lredlction on last eiec-
' tlon, and. us, the Republicans, are already looking for a man
J to succeed Eisenhower. I am going to stick my neck out and
rAnt & chance, and bv a new horse thief. And the old bunch
have worn themselves out all the time have bypassed their
tent man. Harriman of New York. Still stand Independent and
? will support the best man in my opinion.
Am ffW mv friend Bill Hask'.ns has got located with a C-Z
: address. I don't like to pay 10-centa air mail when its aix aix-.
. aix-. ,ent on the other side of the street, and when they answer
" me on either side, its six cents, nave a uaie wim a ws' ws'-Jjman
Jjman ws'-Jjman Kilday first time he Is in town ,nd hope to start some-
' thlnwonder how the old timers feel, with Commissary privileges
"i to retired soldiers and none to tne ones tnai aia tne wui
and made the canai possiDie? Wright
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1 44 Oils
7 Singing voiet
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Plumbers, to name a few
i.aoor s researchers have just
finished charting the growth of a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic industry. -They know, for
example, that in 1951 only 134 in industrial
dustrial industrial firirj in the dountry were
iwuig material wnn enough radio radioactivity
activity radioactivity to require special licensing
me mumic energy commission.
uy may 135H, upwards of 1360
plants were licensed by the A EC,
aim me use or atomic enerev is
growing daily in a wider range of
'Nor Is this growth qonfined to
any geographic area. Fortv four
ana Hawaii now have factories
using radioactive material in
quantities large enough to require
AEC licensing. In each of 27 of
these states, there are more than
10 users. In at least five states
there are already upwards of 100
Dullnesses nanaiing tne stuff in
The union experts have alxn hen
briefed on the impact atomic dev development
elopment development will have on industry as a
The metalworkine and electrical
industries, for examole. are
pected to sky-rocket within the
next two decades "at a rate that
Will dwarf the inrluxrtal r.vnh.
tions broueht about bv steam nn.l1
electricity." Half the new electric
power installations by 1957 will bi
aiumic, wiey preaici.
The national labor cnnfrina
however, will concern itself wiih
more than just the spectacular ex.
pansion of atomic industry Tt u,;n
ask for unique safety measures. It
will spill over into the olitu?al a.
rena witn demands for a uniform
reaerai insurance nrofram in mv.
er workers exposed to radiation
It can safely be DredictcH that
one of labor' demands will be for
pr,0,1tcd inurance payments
which will increase with the degree
of exposure to atomic radiation
regaraiess or whether or not any
ill effects are immediately appa
rent. Labor wants its people cov
ered even if the effects of rdia
tion are not felt for as long' as 25
or 30 years. j
As usual, you can find labor's
iacucs oi tomorrow reflected in
Cost Gomes 4 Later
By PETER EDS0N
WASHINGTON (NA) -Nobo-, average cost will be $230 for each fund or by congressional apprcH COMPLiMNt ON LEAKS
dy has stopped to figure up the
costs of the Hungarian refugee re
lief operation. This Is considered to
be as it should be. For when a
great humanitarian movement is
underway, money is a secondary
But conservative estimates put
the costs of the American relief
effort in behalf of the first 21,500
refugees to be admitted to this
country at a minimum of 10 mil million
lion million dollars and probably much
closer to 20 million. ican-bound refugees. A part of the
American Red Cross contribution
also goes to other camps and dir
ectly into Hungary through Inter-
person. Actually, refugees in the
camps can be fed for about a dot
lar a .day apiece. But additional
costs for housing, fuel, bedding,
medical care and ; miscellaneous
transportation and bverhead run
up the bill, (
CARE Cooperative for Ameri American
can American Relief to Everywhere is col
lecting two million dollars to help
feed the refugees. But its food
Tnus Army mobile hospitals,
h WASHINGTON- e White House
conferences with. Congressional
leaders have changed s i n c e tne
days of Roosevelt and Truman.
During their twenty-year period
conferences seldom' lasted longer
than an hour, during which tne
President himself 'did most of. the
talking. Cabinet members were not
often present. -Roosevelt wisecrack
ed, jousted with Congressional lead
Today these conferences have be
come grim seminars in American
government lasting .half a day,
sometimes loneer. 4, v
When Congressional leaders were
ushered into, the White House on
New Year's Day they winced when
they saw four Cabinet members.
four Bureau chiefs and I the Vice
President lined ud as members of
tne ".Eisenhower faculty to lec
ture mem. .-
Throughout iht long, four-hour.
closed-door session there was only
one light note. It came when Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Larson, new head of the U.
S. Information Agency, complained
about lack of sufficient personnel.
"We need to expand our cam cam-aigh
aigh cam-aigh of truth mors' than ever,"
Larson explained, "but we have
difficulty getting sufficient appro appropriations
priations appropriations trom Congress." m
"Maybe that's because we felt
you are not appointing good deserv
ing Democrats," ,chided Speaker
Sam Rayburn. Mr. Sam had been
grumpy and gfum all through the
meeting. At this point, the confer-
,.,Most sensational statement came
from Eisenhower that Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Nehru had told him: "In spite
of everything, Nasser is the best
Egyptian there is." ; ;
"Do you f agree with that, NMr.
President?'', asked Senator Smith
of New Jersey. f ;-;:
The President hesitated, tossed
the whole matter off with a laugh.
Here Is a bolled-down chronolo-
a . . a t jv j i
i ; thla hiffhlv seert meeting."
Syria, Jordan, Egypt, and the Su Sudan
dan Sudan by subversion.
He stressed that our policy must
be "flexible enough to combat all
type of aggression," ..;
Dulles revealed .that- the Sues
Canal would not be cleared as fast
as the United States thought. Ha -said
it probably would not be com completely
pletely completely opened until May 1,
He also explained there wax', ttit
final decision on the exact foreign
aia ior ine xniaaie cast. But ha
gave a tentative figure of 3350.000-
000. (This has been increased to
ConffresamaD TVwr nf Nm Vi.
the famed economizer, Interrupted
to say he wanted Dulles to be rea-
dy to justify fully all expenditures
in this area. ...
i; IKff CROSS-IXAMINIO -Finally
the leaders were eh-en a
chahce to cross-examine the Pres
ldent on his Middle-East doctrine.
"Mr. President." irfmiirVH B-n.
John McCormack of Massachusetts.
the Democratic House leader,
"don't you have this authority any anyway?
way? anyway? Is it necessary totome to
Congress for this?" ,
The President replied that un
der a liberal construction of his
powers perhaps he had. But he pre preferred
ferred preferred to act Jointly with Congress.
He said he did not want to in include
clude include border Incidents between Is Israel
rael Israel and the Arab states, but only
those where Russia actively inter intervened
vened intervened through volunteers or other otherwise.
wise. otherwise. . -
1,700 military personnel servicing
tne tamp juimer. Nvj., recepuon
center, the Immigration Service
inspectors and Public Health Serv
ice doctors are. drawn into this
huge effort. ,
There is no accurate cost ac-
this highly secret meeting,
The President opened the meet
ing by praising the Democrats lor
their bipartisan cooperation. 'If a-
ny member of his Administration
made partisan politics out of tor
igas policy, he. wanted to know
"How are we going to prove that
'volunteers' are Communists, and
that they are supported bv Rus
sia?" he was asked. He replied
that this would have to beworked
out at further meetings with Con
gressional leaders. 1
packages are not limited to Amer- taxpayers will begrudge the bill. It
is actually much cheaper than a
counting as yet. This is like war- Jbout He then explained, that
war of mercy m which xewie:rei-",y .uue" wuiu m uuwuu
In other words, from approxi
mately $500 to $1,000 for each ref
These figures are not neing citea
as a comDlalnt.
Thev are eiven to show the need
for greater, contnoutions to priv private
ate private 'agencies carrying the burden
of enterprise. (Only about half of
the expense is being borne by the
The American council oi voiun
tary -Agencies, which is rinding;1 AetW 'OUT '6k'ET
miorn and jobs ior the Hung.. ACTj "TOF g .TOCKET
rlana' after thev arrive in this coun-
trv. renorts that the cost of reset
tline each refugee is around 1250
11,000 'for a lamny oi iour,
THI AMERICAN RED CROSS,
which -is maintaining two. of the
refugee camps in Austria, is coi coi-lectins
lectins coi-lectins five million dollars for Its
work. These American camps
havs an avcraae population of
7,500. Nearly all Of the refugees
want- to come to the U.S.
If the first 21,500 refugees are
cleared through these camps, the
person. Actuauy, reiugeea m me
national Red Cross
Officials of President Eisenhow-,
er's Emergency Committee for
Hungarian Relief, under Tracy, S.
Voorhees. estimate that U.S. gov
eminent agencies w i 1 1 ultimately
spend dollar lor oouar witn pnv
ate relief groups whose costs are
seen to be close to S500 a person
shooting war would.be.
One of President Elsenhower's
first acts was to allocate l a million
dollars from his emergency funds
for United Nations relief among
all Hungarian refugees in Austria
This was followed by another four
million in mid:December
ALL THIS GIVES THE BACK
GROUND for the apparent fian fian-clal
clal fian-clal vagueness of Vice President
Richard 'Nixon's report on the
Hungarian refugee situation.
It is a mere prelude to the de demands
mands demands for additional legisla
tion to let in more refugees and
for deficiency appropriations to
government agencies to help tnem
meet the costs. ;
No ceiling has yet been put on
the number of refugees to be ad
mitted to the United States after
the first 21.500. The Kilmer recep
tion center, with a capacity for
12.000 beds, is rapidly being put
Th.;- t. will hp reimbursed! into shaoe to handle an average of
later, either from the President s aw arnvaia ana pw aeparvurc
100 minion dollar emergency day, tor an inoeiinuc yvrwif.
ing refugees to America are not
too ereat. transportation ay ait
Force plane is about 7U a person
and by Navy transport sua. ras ras-sengers
sengers ras-sengers aboard ship have a week's
food and care, v;-, --
But government transportation is
the least of the expense. That
is whv President Eisenhower auth
orized the Voorhees committee to
call utmn all covernment agencies
for any services tney can renaer.
a two-point program to fill the va
euum In the Middle East. :
Democratic leader Lyndon John Johnson
son Johnson interrupted to explain that they
wouldn't be able to take it up im
mediately because, of the Senate
fight oh rule 22222. Ike mumbled
that he "didn't know anything a
bout the i-Ua batUe.".
Congressman McCormack sug
gested they make Feb. 1 the target
date for completing action on the
ed his throat, was about to say
somethina. but the President auick-
if' blurted! 'n if agfeeablf to
me." '". ','
Senator Johnson then complained
aoout tne casennower ao c t r i n e
"We are glad to confer with you,
Mr. President," Johnson said, ''but
frankly it is not very pleasing 'to
read ail about your Middle-East
proposal before we get here."
"I'm sorry about that." replied
the President, "but in spite of any
thing you can do about it, there
are bound to be leaks. I've been
fighting against it ever since I've
Pesferer Of Aslor,
Winds Up In Pokey
MIAMI BEACH .Jan. 12 fUPl-
A green-eyed model's feud w i t h
millionaire John Jacob Aster land landed
ed landed her in jail and in more hot
water with a city judge today.
Judge Milton Feller fined bra bra-nette
nette bra-nette Lucille Ann, Stiglich, 25, wH)
Thursday and suspended a 30-day
jail term on condition she leave
the city. ,v j
The sentence resulted from her
disorderly Pcesdstk cosvietiwrraf Vm
wsea ago and ,disturbing4he-peace
charges filed after her siege upon
the front door of Astor'a -nalatlal
home, here on Christmas Eve.-
Patrolmen Thursday nieht (not.'
ted the baby-faced Miss fiti alien
strolling, despite the judge's warn warning,
ing, warning, along the street only a block
from Astor'a home. They hauled
her off to the police station and
booked her on a charge of "loi "loitering."
tering." "loitering." At her trial last week, two na-
trolmen said she had' threatened
Broadway's neon hills, is climbing
Hollywood's golden pinnacles. He.
v.ni. mw Year's Helen Hayes forthcoming movie, accoroing to,
.7i her moat tn-ecious gift. Itlpreviewers, is heading for hqor-.
; Z a n .mM in niain'avs. .. ..Of course, no movie has
boWrpaperrne package i, .ens the entertainment qualities of
by Mr.?and Mrs. Isaac Frantt ct Jayne's Interviews.. And it mayj
BrnnWvn .Shortly after Helen's, astonish you to learn The Girl ones,
dauehter was a polio victim, shi scorned ner major asset: ner torso
fecetved elveral phone calls from -.'syne has confided to a re
Mr. FranU requesting a meeting Porterj-'Ifs a ridiculous body.;Mr
and then. my bust is floundering
around somewhere up in the 40s
that "after the first story broke'
he had given a background briefing
to some newsmen.
This confession was greeted with
knowing silence. Congress! o n a 1
leaders had previously learned that!
Dulles himself leaked the first sto
ry to 'the New York .Times, with
the OK ot the President.
hard work that must be done, the) Following this, they learned that
maa race mat mua. ue run ucxut ne naa invnea otoer, pei newsmen
this Halcyon state of aaaira can to his home.
come to pass; if indeed, it ever
does, or can." In v-Mtt words, suc
cess is most beautiful to lauures
who drearx about it.
. h. ni kmvvjto drive her car through the front
The star finally :onsented. Mr. and
Mrs. Frantt, who own a canay
tore, had lost a .little boy with
polio. .Initially, their meeting
was stiff and embarrassing. Soon,
however, there was' real warmth.
Mrs. -.FranU mentioned that she
was planning to adopt an orph
an from Israel, wnen ueien seem-
Walter Reuther'a art inn. tnt.vled shocked. Mrs. -Erjntz explain
The fiery Auto Union chief led: "You are think inT that I'm
now is battlina to halt the
uon oi a privately owned atomic
power plant at Laaoona Beach. 30
nines irom uetroit. He charges
that this plant will be a menace
to tne neann and safety of the com community.
munity. community. There will be other suih
battles as this new industry ex expands
pands expands more and more.
The nation would do well to
waicn tnese firhta In the inrincfr
of the future. They will be the big
explosive issues in many a future
; OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
' The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of
THE PANAMA AMERICAN PRESS, INC
; ot the offices of the company. No. 57
I "H" Street, Panama" City, Republic of Panama af
t 2:00 p.m. on
7 MONDAY. JANUARY 21. 1957.
The biography of humanity
pressed in history an-i headlines-.
lacks the poignant glory it derives
from recording mankind's story in
And there's no point in discussin of Udividuals. The saga ofl
he rest It's a wild body, and I'm
just sick of tt for being so unusuaL
The only good thing about it is
it's a commercial body."
End of orrtory.
During the filming of "Anasta
lettina him take mf liitle boy's
place? No one could aver do that ci.." inirriH Rrm fr,-nti
ButtamybeaYt there uistUl love wept in ber areMinj ni
na raiyw wun., wy.i .jiuui. campaign of cruelty direed a a-not
not a-not love less becruse the one (Isainat tha atr.Mniin. a i. d..;.
love is gone but more should t where the-r .vie waa nude. There
ioyc oecause my nran ajwwi iu were distorted quotes, faked ia
suffering cf others terviewa And m Alifiiitei a f r a b
Miss. Hayes later wrote: "Every, Neverihelesa. in he ,7
New Year's Eve since then I aavt she continued "fighting Back a'i
received from them a box of candy, gainst ihose who would not let m
wrapped: in plain brown paper
Perhaps you can understand why it
it so precious tr me. it ts through
these simple people mat I learned
live ia peace
Hungary is a good case in point.
In the Saturday Review such
words as haroisrt, tragedy and re-
volution become men,- women
boys and girls. The following is an
excerpt from Leo Cherne's first
hand report: "What is revolution?
It is a twelve year oh) boy who
sits behind a machine run scat
outside of xreeoom headquarters
for six days aad nights without
sleep or relief, ...Tne revolution is
the eleven '- year-old boy who was
named hero of Ms tint, with the
agility of the child, the clarity of)
tne young, tne courage of the sea
soned revolutionary, he had four
times in bis bare feet scampered
across the freezing- cobblestones of
Dulles' warns f
Dulles then befsa his own lee
ture. He wound ub with aa anneal
.. ... . . -
mat sometning naa te oe aone ts
fill the vacuum created by the
'mldsad venture of Britain ana
'If we don't fin this vacuum, i
Dulles added "Russia will."
Someone asked what Dulles con-!
sidered the main Soviet threat. He!
replied that we don't expect any
immediate overt action -from the!
Soviets, but we expect them to try
to take over the governments of i
door of the Astor home and break
au the windows to "get even"
with him. ,,
She contended that she merely
waa trying to retrieve her clothes
and ear which she left -behind
when Astor evicted her as a house
Kisi Sticlich had 'filed assault
charges as ainst Astor. accusing
him of striking her and spitting
m her face. But these, n-ere
dropped along with, charge of
trespassing filed against her by
Aster's buUer. .V
VEAKH THAT LATEST
HARNETT & DUNN
And now, thelBodepest and up to. the side of a
her as the best actress of the yesr
Manv mnre linntra- miin niin
humility and God't pattera final-fcludina the rw.r a ..JLl 7.
ly came dear.".' I always thrilling. But nothin. i.
T . K0Tt exciting than a victory des-
Auntia Mima" r,i. K...i T n
i ar'w rwasirsiaia-m. a.HHinsi anma assaa
New York film critics have balled tiring Bussiaa anh" to deposit a
Sot RusseQ in
sparkles throuA 21 scenes. She is
full of flash and zing the very
model m aa actress. won poised
sophistication. Nevertheless, there
was a time when Miss RusseQ'aiby New York's film critics as the
aplomb desertsa ner. some years'ear a oest acior for his emoting
ksI cf um -for Iafe."-Kirk has bow
go. A star al-ajs shines.
Xirk Doug i bis beesTcrowned
bottle of gasolinu. He emerged each
ume unscathed. But a revolution
is also the- score of young female
students who threw themselves
with Molo-iov cocktails into' the
very "path of an onrushing tank
They were not so agile."
The bells are rinauig tot Judv
Moiuoav sne a stamag la a
Broadway hit, her name lights up
ago. Rot appeared ia a revival
- 11 vivau n s r aaa aica uai ills' uanLa uu
Holiday". She played the maver- gamed Irochies and treasures. H'. ..i. ..
.-.1. -I... 'w-nJ 1. .!k.. li .w. . '"uc .o .irauiH
Km sukt wm. ivucura u acr aim wiicu u.c pwaacjes 01 ail.
fy family. During oae episode, she Starddst. Ironically; ths reality of
was supposed to come down thi aa ambition seems to destroy the
stairs and procl-im: "I know wha eauty of ths dream. Ths forego-
reuve oeea ooug. iua ts Beean poenomenoa is oesaonstrated
uutmg Beiusa my Back,"
Miss Eos teu moved flownstaus
faced the ethers au haughtily de
elared: "I karw what you're beer
doing. You've been talkin aboq,'
Rolliday flicker will soon tight up
the skies. .There was a time
whea Judy was iured to Movieville
by a producer's oral b r o aa 1 1 e.
by Douglas; recent thoughtful ab- there were as jobs. To complicate
wvauoa: "afy dream of becorav thinra ii!v beran- ill wit )
Jig a actor bad been aa adc4es-a few dollars u her ickeU Judy
cent dream, a romaaUc dream of.trudeed for miles sesrehini for a
room she could afford. She was so
ill sod discoursged during the
search for shelter that Judy just
playing exciting roles to thunder
ous spptatue, my name ia lights,
a HoQrwood hacienda with all th
Jayae ManaXield wao conquered' trim minars. I had aot visualiied the
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xrvmsr is Turura them outl-
: SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1957
THS PA5AMA AMERICAN AN HfDEPENTK7T DAILY NEWSPAPER
' PAQW THRU
Al Rril B3pliili:
The 7:30 evening service at
the First -Baptist Church will be
the scene of a believers' baptism
service at the close of the eve eve-nine,
nine, eve-nine, message, pastor : Beeby will
conduct the ordinance. A num-
v ber of adults and "young "people dence, :'wHl : be held tomorrow
will h Immersed. Rev. Russell
Van Royenwilr 'bring the, eve-
nins message, A Way of Life.'
The evening servlc ill be
preceeded by the Training Un Union
ion Union and New Members Fellow
ship at 8:30. The Trainmq un union
ion union topic wiU be, ""Spotlight on
America'' emphasizing jheneed
of the cnurcn w proviuc m m-tian
tian m-tian leadership HI national and
International affairs today.
i Pastor William Beeby will
preach during- the morning wor worship
ship worship hoar at 10:30, His tonic will
be a- charact? studyof the me
of Demas, "Drifting with -the
world." Uurinsr the morning ser service
vice service the Children's Chanel will
be conducted by Deacon and
Mrs: Robert' Snyder, with Mr,
Enyder Breaching the young
peoples' sermon. r,-f:i j
An eight-department .surdav
School -of over to u r "hundred i
provides a class for every k
group. The Sunday School starts
at 9:30 ana everyunp o w r
to attend, .
LastOI 47 Pins
Removed From Latin
' ;j PHILADELPHIA, Ja.n. 12 (UP)
A year-old South American
girl who swallowed 47 straight
pins was en rouie uumt
v.avinir the last uln remov
ed successfully at the chevalier
Jackson ciinic oi.iuc icmv
University Medical Center. 5
Susana Beatrlz Gorrlz. daught daughter
er daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .VlrglUo Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto Gorrlz of Corrientes. Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, swallowed the Pins
fast August. Forty-five of them
passed, through, her body, ,twq
remained lodged in a lung.
Argentine doctors removed
one of thnirtfbut were unable
to retrieve the other 0ne,It w
then decided to fly the child
here, -where the famed bnr
schosctpe-war -available. Af ter
X-rays and other examinations
were taken "when Susana arriv arrived
ed arrived Dec. VI r the last uln was re removed
moved removed on New Year's Eve. The
girt was kept under -observation
until yesterday, when she was
permitted to start home.
Tod Com my Potash
l-rlicted Bv Jurv
For Mr. Rice ; V
F u ne r a 1 services for Mrs.
Louise Chase Rice, whp died ves-
ieraay at ner unorriuo. resi-
afternono at 3 o'clock, in the
uuiiiuu yaurcn. pt lioa,, , ,.
. Burial of the body of the 80-year-old
Mrs. Rice will taxe place
at the Pueblo Nuevo Cemetery.
i Shs Is survived by her hus husband,
band, husband, Obedlah, her. sons, Marcus
ana Aruiur, and rier daughters,
mua. noriense joraan and Mrs
Agnes Atfierly. m addition to
several grandchildren and great-
NEW YORK, -Jam : 12 tUPV
Irvia Potash. OKft'U top'WBP
CommimfSts convicted hi 1949 for
advocating; violent 'overthrow of
the government, was indicted by
a federal -grand jury yesterday on
charges of re-entering the United
Potash, who chose deportation
in 1955 rather than face a second
trial on Smith Act charges, was
arrested in Brortxville, N.Y., last
Friday.- His method of re-entry
remained a mystery.
Potash's wife, Gita, told the
FBI she did not know her husband
had returned from his native
Poland until his arrest -was
announced. ' ; '"'
Potash wi held in lieu of
$35,000 bond. He will be arraigned
Monday. If convicted, he faces a
two-year jail term and a $10,000
Al Jamaica Society;
Hall Hex! Thursday
The coronation of Benlali v.st.
wicKe as wueen Mistieto at th
Jamaica Society Hall will be held
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. She will
reign over- her the nethel Mission
Church Sunday School and Young
People Society for 1957,
In a conte held 'last month",
Miss Estwicke, representing the
young people of the Bethel Mission
Church in Parque Lefevre, trium triumphed
phed triumphed over her rival, Dorothy
Blades, who represented the youtig
people Of the Bethel Mission
Church in Pa also and who will
be Princess Evergreen. ?
Diy Townsend 1
BishOD Reginald Hphpr C.nnAen.
has departed on his annual visit
While there he will visit our' 14
missions, unorganized miss ions
ana congregations a c a 1 1 e r e d
throughout the republic. B 1 s h o p
Gooden is expected to return to
Panama ;on ,Feh 8. iMtSj'
i Dr, Townstnd Visit Panama
; The Kev. John H. Townsend, ex
ecutive secretary of the Mission
ary District of the Panama Ca
nal Zone,' left this, morning for
western Panama where he will
visit St. Stephen's Mission at Puer
From there he will go to Bocas
del Toro and then to Almirante.
Dr. Townsend is expected to re
turn to Panama on Jan. 16.
Ike Inks First Law
From New Congress
WASHNGTON. Jan. 12 fUP)
rresioent Elsenhower yesterdav
signed the first legislation to
reacn mm from the 85th Congress.
It was a resolution making in
auguration Day a legal holiday in
the District of Columbia and its
surrounding, metropolitan ; area.
The law applies to Mr Elsen
hower's own Jan. 21 inauguration
and all future presidential inaugu
rations.. .. ;ir,r"r -V-
When the legal Jan:; a'inausu-
rationday falls on a Sunday, as it
J 11.' 1L- I I 1 1 I
uues mis year, uie nouaay wouta
be observed the following Mon
day. That makes this year's legal
.holiday Jan. 21.
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(PA-C) GOING SOME PLACE? This 1957 Chrysler New
Yorker, four, door Sedan will certainly get around, and It has
a date at the Revue of Reviews. Auto Parade of 1957 'cars on,
Saturday. Januarv 19th hi the National Stadium. Pi tin a Ro-
4riueih Jrng rMemtna, anfl IrmarArant;ft arahre. of. the
iuvcijt niuacis woo win snow me laiesi, Biyiiia, atioiiion
there will be' a horse show, songs, and dances. The. Revue of
Reviews is being sponsored by the C. P. h. to raise funds,
v Tickets will be J2.. II., and 50 cents.
"Horse Show al Stadium on January 19lh"
(PA-C) Isthmians will set
Texon Named New
The State Department today
- J . : 1 fn n.J-i t
nimeu yifiiey l. Ducnanan vi
H. 1 I Lt.J
xexas as new uruiocoi cnici, a
ticklish job that is likely to make
mm one oi me ousiesi men in
It will be his task to shepherd
the stream, of foreign dignitaries
who have and wilt be invited to
the United "States. A whole string
of famous '-foreigners are' now
being: invited' including Queen
Buchanap "has .been, ambassador
to Luxembourg since 1955.', He
will- succeed. John F. Simmons
who is-retirlng Jan.' 31 after more
than 40-yeara in the State-Department
, and'foreign service.
a taste of a Madison Square
Garden Horse Show when thev
attend the "Revue of Reviews"
at the National Stadium Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. January 19th, for one,
part 01 me evenings entertain
ment will, be presented by F.,
s. Ruaeshcn's Panama 'Riding
During the past three years
Mr. Rudeshelm has stimulated
public interest In horse- back
riding and equestrian feat
and Has conducted the, only
riding-school on the Isthmus.;
Among his students are some
of the bes .known In Isthmian
society. His Horse Shows have
been popular at the annual Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu Fair, and the Inde
pendence Day Parades in Pan
ama have featured his stu-ents..
' Leading the Panama Riding
Academy riders into tne staa
lum will be Messrs. F. S.' Ru
desheim and well known eques
trian Rayerson Mausert. Ladies
in the Parade will be Mrs. Cissy
Mausert of Quarry Heights and
Mrs. Julia A. Holsinger of Pan Panama.
The Academy colors of Yellow.
White. ar Black will .fly rs
the jumping events take place,
full of thrills. Taking cart will
be Misses Maxine and Miriam
Conover- of Diablo .Heights
Miss Oaby Fredericks and Mlsslrrved seats.
OFFERS USED TRUCKS
, ; FOR SALE
Sealed bids, far public open opening,
ing, opening, will be received In tbe
Office of the Central Ex Exchange
change Exchange Officer. Ft Clayton,
C. for the following
Panel trucks 5 Pick-am
tracks. All are used ana
will M nM o an 'aa-ia,
whm-ta basis. '.
VehlelM may., be Inspected
from I Janaarv 1957 at-flie
Fart ClTtn Fwhanre Va Va-nit,
nit, Va-nit, Wd. Nt 5t near the
Clayton Fie Dtt. Anf.
normal vwrking hoars, t
Inrl'aMoM and pro o a I
blank mv be obtained
fjwi th fnl-l tv-kWT
Office. BWg. Nr. lC'Ft.
Clayton,, from the Ft.
Clayton Exchange Garaga
Sealed M wn Ve wwih
f"i( at t: am. FrM.
jrMf.-r S7. n ae
pn't l-. of
Tht K an t'n of fh
'rtW, not it the U.S.
Gotvrnmmt. -..- :
iDody Moses Arias of Panama.
Miss Kathy McConaghy of Bal
boa and V "i Bunny Mausert
of Quarry 1 ights, as wall as
Mr, .Ricky kcDonald and Miss
Mnda Malone who have had
onslderable sbeeplecnase ex ex-perience
perience ex-perience in the United States.
Mr. Rudeshelm himself will
giv a special exhibition of
jumping without reins, in a way
that looRs., easy but has taken
years pf practice. Ha will ride
msfavorIte horse "Gay Ariel."
Besides the exciting horse
show the Revue of Reviews will
feature songs, dances, and the
Isthmian Auto Show, of 1957.
A parade of spectacular new
cars win nave Deauuiui pas passengers
sengers passengers who, will model the
The stadium show is' spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Comite Pro Cole Cole-glo
glo Cole-glo Pio Latinoamerlcano (C.P.L.)
of which the First Lady of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Dona Mercedes Gallndo
de de la Guardia Is President.
The unusual evening of enter
tainment which is guaranteed
to suit all tastes will be attend
ed by the President bf the Re
public and Sra. de la Guardia,
the Cabinet. Diolomatlc Corps
officials of the Canal Zone and
well known Isthmian personal personalities.
ities. personalities. Tickets will be on sale
soon at $1.00 and. $2 00 for re-
Father Facing Deafh
PANAMA CITY. Fla. f UP-The
trial of a : 34-vear-olrl father nf
seven cnuaren jn me drowning
aeams 01 two smau boys went into
its fifth day today with two signed
confessions, telling different stor stories,
ies, stories, as evidence. S.r ': J J-On
On J-On Confession, which the 'defen 'defendant
dant 'defendant .Dallas Withers said was
taken by force, states that Withers
sexually attacked 7-year-old Doug Doug-ras
ras Doug-ras Cecil Wilson -and tjien drowned
the boy and his 4-year-old brother,
David Earl, in a bayou near here
on May 1, 1956. 7 ;
The other statement, made the
day after the boy's disappearance
to Deputy Sheriff Mark Conant in
the Bay County- jail, states that
Withers swerved his boat to throw
the younger boy into the water in-,
tentionally after the older boy fell
off accidentally and Withers be
came frightened. He said he had
been taking the youngsters for a
ride., .V' ;rf.. .... -.;'
itie handsome Withers, an elec
trician, said the murder confession
was made only after he was
"cursed, kicked and threatened"
by Deputy Sheriff Jack Sellers
and special investigator Floyd
Nixon orBay County. Both denied
tne cnargev-. v
, Withers,: facing a possible death
penalty, jsat calmly in the court courtroom
room courtroom as a police officer testified
that he thought the defendant was
sober or. the night of May 1. Leon
ard Finch said he saw Withers
walk and heard him talk, and he
would say he was. apparently so
ber. ,.v ,'..;.,;,.,.'.,,
Raiders Arrest 39
SAN JUAN. P.R.. Jan. 12 (UP)
A city-wide anti-narcotics drive
netted 39 suspects in the past 12
hours, authorities announced- to
' Commonwealth Treasury Agents
under the command of Pedro M.
Velez carried out a series of raids
on warrants issued by r ederal
District Attorney Ruben Rodrig
Bail of $10,000 was set for most
all of those detained: Five wom
en and one girl, claiming to be
only 15, were among the prisoners.
Stork Comes High
JERUSALEM, Israeli Sector,
Jan. 12 (UP) Mayor Haim Hen-
ncr told the Town Council of
Kilat this Week that the cost of
flying expectant mothers to hos hospitals
pitals hospitals had put the 1956 town
budget $14,000 in the red.
Eilat has no hospital and all
mothers-to-be bave to be flown to
Tel Aviv, more than 180 miles
'VRITTEFi Oil THE VIIID" GREAT
DRAMA VITH FOUk STAR CAST
, -i is, t.
The atory Is a dynamic study of a man who becomea
.'incapable of living happiry with his yonng wife. Bis con conflict
flict conflict with his best friend, who loves his wife without ad-
, mittlng it, makes this one f the most compelling emotion emotional
al emotional stories to hit the screen 'this rear. As the silent admirer'
of Lauren Baca 11, his friensVs bride. Rock Hndson turns in
another tolling performance in a growing list of hit dra dramatic
matic dramatic roles whi.'h keep him at the pinnacle of Hollywood
Stardom. Bodn'i com polling dramatic ability, combined"
..with, the gaiet tharm which first made him a bobby-sos
idol, makes his romantic scenes With Mis BacaD among
Ihe most poignant of the seafnn. See "WRITTEN ON THE
WLND" in Tfc)ir.k-tlor which OPENS ON WEDNESDAY 16
AT THE CENTRAL.'
ioy ,of lha yr
ohood with happy
living by placing your all on
th altar of irvk.
SUNDAY SCHOOL t.SI
We believe that Sunday
School Ms for the whole
family. We teach the Bible
in every class. We are
looking for vou!
MORNING ; WORSHIP 11:00
Worship with vour family
in a reverent atmosphere.
"Who Is My Neighbor?"
Is tbe sermon topic,
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 6:01
The JET CADETS (Ares 9 9-12)
12) 9-12) and the High School
youth Invite others to join
this active youth group to tonight.
night. tonight. EVENING GOSPEL HOUR
The youth will report op
their youth camp at El
Valle. A taped message
from Dr. and Mrs. Robert
White will be played.
MAKE TniS YOUR.
. CHURCH HOME
Drove Him To Rob,
Truck Driver Says
? SPARTANBURG. S,C.. Jan 12-
(UP) -A truck driver who claim claimed
ed claimed a "split personality" made him
rob 51 pay telephones in four
states, faced a 30 month prison
term today ana a mental examina examination
tion examination ordered by a symoathetir
John Louis Carrin. a native nf
Jacksonville. Fla.. who drove a
produce truck between Greenville,
S.-C, and Baltimore, Md.( readily
admitted robbing the telephone
pay stations ; along his route.
' He was arrested bere last week
with a crowbar, and 35 pounds of
coins in, bis truck.' Counting cur currency,
rency, currency, he had $680 when arrested.
' Carrin told Circuit Judge T. B.
Greneker "something inside" him
urged him to break into tele telephones.
phones. telephones. He said he had been dis discharged
charged discharged from the Army for men-
tai reasons and has spent a year
and a half in a mental institution
The same "overwhelming desire
to steal" brought him. prison terms
in Florida and South' Carolina, he
"I don't want to rob and break
the law," Carrin said.'-"But the
other half compels, .me to do it."
Greneker passed sentence and
ordered the mental examination,
"You re-either a very sincere
person or a good actor, .and I'm
going to give you the benefit of
, V torn f h
f t '- r Si ? -
Dr. ERNEST FRANCESCHI
IN. CALIFORNIA Dr. Ernest "J.
Francescni, a Canal zone youth
who is one of the first doctors
to Rraduate from the Panama
University's schol of medicine,
has been licensed to practice in
the State of California after
passing a test given by the State
Board of Medical Examiners.
Franceschl was one of a group
of 85 doctors who took the test.
Red Oil Output Up
LONDON, Jan. 12 (UP)" -Russian
oil output will be in
creased 13 million tons to 97
million tons during 1957, the So Soviet
viet Soviet Tass pews agency said today.
PLAN TO ATTEND CHURCH THIS SUNDAY
FIRST, BAPTIST CHURCH
r BALBOA HEIGHTS. C Z. d
9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL Classes all ages"
10:40 "DRIFTING WITH .THE 'WORLD"' 4 !"
Rev. W. H. BEEBY Speaking
6:30 B.T.U. Training in Church Membership
7:30 "A WAY OF LIFE"
Rev. RUSSELL VAN ROYEN Speaking
BELIEVERS BAPTISM SERVICE '.
1 NURSERY PROVIDED EVERYONE. WELCOME
RADIO BROADCAST, H.O.X.O. 760 Kc.
Dance Classes still open
for 6th, 7th and 8th
Grades Classes will start
this Wednesdav at 7 p.m.
Jan. 16th at Balboa
242 Hr. lessons $10.
xiiuctj, ouiuiuiij uitu ouuuay
From 7:00 p.m.
In our very Exclusive and Famous
Best food, drinks and service in town &
For Reservations Call Maitre "D" 71
from 11:00 a.m. ,nt
A WARM HBAirm CHOtOT
will be raised
Effective February 1, 1957
We invite you to place your
orders before thi$ date.
Start or complete your set before
February first and save!
Use our budget plan.
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P. A. CLASSIFIEBS
MORE SECURITY and
THE. ISTHMIAN CAR. OWNER
1 v j
Thtsa tirtt hare been claJmad u;th best
by min'teni of satisfied drivara tha'world over.
Distributed In Panama by:
TRUTE BROTHERS :
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TIIB PANAMA AMERICAN AN- INDEPENDENT "DAI!. EWSPAPEB ?
SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, lwQ
Social and Otk
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Si mft It naivl If utyL Pan 2-0740 2-0741 Ufa 9:00 mmj 10 -m. mlif
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HONORARY PRESIDENT Mrs. Robert M. Montague, wife of the new Commander In Chief
' cl !h Caribbean Command, is shown in the center after belns: made honorary President of
the' Quarry Heights Officers' Wives' Club at their meeting Wednesday afternoon at Quarry
' I nffigbts. MriT. tl. Barfleld (left) was named the new jweiident o .the. Wives Club succeed succeed-lfig
lfig succeed-lfig the former president, Mrt. E. P. RlchtSer fght).v (U.S. Army Photo)
eRUISINO SURGEONS AND FAMILIES EN ROUTE t 'Tlm'm'
TO PUERTO BiCQ MEET OLD FRIENDS IN PANAMA to-
Many local 'doctors planned to be at tbe Hotel El Panama today for luncheon to meet
Id friends who are her for one day -en their way to the American College of Surgeons
Meetings, which Is being held in Puerto Rieo next week.
' They are making the trip aboard the cruise ship S.S. Homeric, which docked in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal hi morning. While on the high seas the doctors hold lectures and panel discussions,
.while their families relax and have fun.
'. Homo From Now York
Mr. and Mrs. John Michaelis
have returned from a four-month
vacation spent in New York City
sod on the Eastern Seaboard.
They wore accompsnled by their
thfce children, Irene, Gregory and
Entertained By Malsburys
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Maisbury
entertained at their home in Golf
Heights Thursday in honor of Maj.
Gen. James G. Steese, who is
HARNETT & DUNN
you pick em we 'll teacli
PARTY DANCES LATINO
. Rock N RoU
- One step
Cha Cha-Cho Cho
Learn That Latest Dance Hit Westeri Swinj
Couplet Special 4-VVEEK cour $15; ; per couple.
Iform your own groups through your club efficar.
t or your special atrvic director. Or mako nrranga-
.'.mant at our studio. Classes also for Teenager Pre-
'taans and Private lessons. Balboa 2-4239 after 5
: '' p.m. Call Balboa 2-3009. i
visiting the Isthmus.
Major General Steese was first
associated with this area in 1908
when, fresh out of West Point, he
was assigned to the Isthmian Ca Canal
nal Canal Commission as a junior offic officer
er officer of the Corps of Engineers. He
served two tnur of Jut. wnMnn
jthe Corps of Engineers. He serv-
"o tours oi auiy during the
Canal construction period, and also
served at various times as Execut Executive
ive Executive Assistant to the Engineer of
Maintenance, Assistant to the Gov Governor,
ernor, Governor, General Manager of the
Panama Railroad, Assistant En Engineer
gineer Engineer of Maintenance, and En Engineer
gineer Engineer of Maintenance;
After a ten-riev tv All Hi Tfffh.
j mus. Major General Steese jw 1 1 1
continue nis swing around Latin
America, which will include a trip
to the upper Amazon.
Beta Sigma Phi
Alpha Chapter. Beta Siema Phi
held fts semi monthly meeting
Tuesday evening in the sorority
room of the Curundu Clubhouse
with Miss Maragem B r a n h a m,
President, presiding. B minen
meeting was held and reports
were made that some baskets had
been given by the sorority to needy
families over tbe holidays of which
had been greatly appreciated.
: following the business meeting
, Mrs. Danley gave tbe cultural pro program
gram program on 'The Connoisseur," show show-,
, show-, lng a collection of Hakata Dolls.
, Present at the meeting were
Mrs. Edna Bower, Mist Mararem
' Branham, Mrs. Margarte C a p p s, j
j Mrs. Evelyn Danley, Mrs. Eleanor
Holmberg. Mrs. Fern Morse, Mrs.-!
Elaine Payne, Miss Ruth Hoke,:
and Miss Evelyn Horn. I
Refreshments were served by!
hostess Mrs. Edna Bower. J
Cristobal Wmaa'f Clvb' 't
Intortsinod By First Crai Bend,
The President of the Cristobal
CURUNDU DISTAFF ORGANIZATION The Curundu Distaff Organization celebrated the recent holiday season with ah egg-nog party. Some of the par-
tlcipanta are shown here gathered arqund.the table; -From left to right are the Mesdame5 Ruth B. Kongable, Nancy Mokray, Gertrude B. DykhuB, Evena
Brannon, Carolyn W. Au Buchon, Betty Jane Geise, Anne Maner,-Maria Locke, Grace Colbert, Amelia. R. Hauntz, VI Wolitarsky, Harnett Laird, Hermelinda
Jones, Kikl Cocoa, Carolyn Cobb, Barbara Marohl,: Ellen L. Moudy, Annl Bates and Paula Reeves. ; : 5' i tv ,,
Woman's Club. Mrs. 'Arthur .Log.
an, opened the January meeting by
introducing the K h y t h m Band
from the South Margarita School
under the direction of Mrs. E.
Hamlin. This band consists of
thirty -three lirst graders.
Talcing part in the.band were:
Allen Cotton, David Olander, Gines
Perez, Dorthea Pattersn, Roger
Duncan, Colleen Huson, David
Hull. Marie ucrneiette, una a iai-
kens. Carol Ann Beall, Cynthia
Kiilip. irancis Mclmyre. vivid
Robertson, Carol Cambra, Esther
Butz. Tommy McLean, Linda wat
son. Keith Wrenn. Lana Gllbreath,
Billy Rief, Pamela" McClintock, Au Aurora
rora Aurora Melendez, Linda Prim, Carol
Deoree. Kim LangdorL Kutn
Street, Betty lank, Sue Wilson,
Connie Fore and Mary Steti. The
band was conducted by Beth Lew
is with James Towsend acting as
Master of 'Ceremonies.
This was followed by a short
business meetinc at which time the
President announced that the Club
will hold a card party on the eve
ning of Feb. 14. Mrs. Logan then
introduced "two guests of the af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, Mrs. Brenaman and Mrs.
The Club bade farewell to Mrs.
John L. Sugar and Mrs. O. W. Ryan
Mrs. 'E. F. McClelland gave two
excellent book reviews on "Presi "Presidential
dential "Presidential Years" by Pohl and Korn Korn-bluth
bluth Korn-bluth and "Beloved"' by Vina Del Del-mar,
mar, Del-mar, i
At the conclusion of the meeting
Mrs. Tracy White and her com committee
mittee committee arranged a tea party which
was enjoyed by all the ladies.
Derosa Waltes Students
Dance at Corgts
Students of the Dorese Waites
School of Dancing entertained the
patients at Gorgas Hospital in the
Red Cross Recreation Room on
The young dancers who appear appeared
ed appeared on the program were Marsha
Sutherland, Honey Bailey, Joan
Ammerati, Susan Trim, Sharon
Mann and Connie Zemer. They
were accompanied by Delphina
Williams at the piano.
NCO Wives Club
The Ft. G illicit NCO Wives Club
held their first meeting of the New
Year Tuesday, in the Bamboo
Room with Mrs. Nancy Johnson,
PLANNING ENTERTAINMENT FOR MEDICAL CONVENTION Officials of the Doctor's Wives Club of Pahanaa aid thav
Canal Zone meet with Mrs. Charles O. Bruce, chairman of the entertainment committee for the Second Inter-American Med .
leal Convention, which will be held at the Hotel El Panama and the University of Panama April 3, 4 and 5. The uToup disv-
cussed plans for the entertainment of delegates, speakers andnheir wives during the convention. From left to' right ara s
shown ,Mrs. Gustavo Perelra, Mrs. Frank P. Smith, Mrs, Alberto Navarro, Mrs. Leopold Benedettl, Mrs. Bruce and Mrs., X
Mission For Men
Set For Tomorrow
Tht Men's Mission, conducted by
the vincentian Fathers Mission
Band, will open simultaneously to
morrow at St. Mary's Church. Bal-
ooa, and at St. Joseph s Church,
Colon, at 7 p.m.
At St. Mary's the Mission will
the President presiding. be conducted by the Rev. Thomas
Plans were made for a Hard j v.- Hill, CM. and the Bev. Joseph
Luck dinner ana dance to De neiaiM. Keefe, CM. At St. Joseph's,
j it will be led by the Rev Vincent
111 J- ysn, CM. and the Rev Fran
cis X Keyes, CM.
The Vincentian Fathers Mission
Band has been conducting a Mi Mi-sion
sion Mi-sion for the ladies of both churches
during the past week and today
expressed grStiQcation at the
wipes out perspiration
1 X 'iw"
; tomclhing new has been added!
V at our so-popular .
it's the CAROL GREAVES TRIO
tvery FRIDAY ami SATURDAY
fn tho air-conditioned Balboa Bar! V.
join the late crowd for Club 4:30 fun
and receive a nightcap on-the-housa at 4:30 a.m.
CAROL a 1m plays the plana
If p.m. U I aja. SaaL, Tae Wed.' Thar.
Only new Instant Odorono Swiv-T
cl Stick wipes out perspiration
odor instantly with this miracla
combiaatioa of three tested,
I ZIRCONIUM H.ny rWpa
"ip wit -" priirlio
O MIXACMlOaOPHENI 4
stroys T'tnlita skin
5 AUANTOIN provisos no
ski tofoty, ehe kin
koept l soil mmt mmNi.
WIVCL STICK OCOOOKANT
Jan. 19 for members and their
husbands as guests.
Mrs. Johnson appointed a com committee
mittee committee to nominate officers for the
coming election. T1e
pointed were: Mrs ."Alice Stach-
owiaK, Mrs. Irene Place, Mrs, Gil Gil-berta
berta Gil-berta Brown, and Mrs. Marvi Ro Rodriguez.
driguez. Rodriguez. : :
Mrs. Connie Hoskings welcomed
six new members r Mrs. Veda Van
rere, jars. Mary Jane Pearson
Mrs. Hester Hartley, Mrs. Ruby
Frederick, Mrs. Ruth Criss,' and
r. Auarey aarsi.
. Members present were the mMes
dames: Peggy Duncan, Clara Hol Hol-lenbaugh.
lenbaugh. Hol-lenbaugh. Candy Gardner, Jessie
Hess, Connie Hosking, Gilberts
Brown, -Rita Gomes, Nancy John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Ruth Maeneen. Ursula Sneni
Frances Gilbert, Connie Jones, Al-i
ice oiacuuwiai, sey lownsena.
irmgara Mornsog, warvl Rodrl
guei, Irene PUce, Delia Vinas,
and Mrs. Viola Hirn.
Tbe white elephant was won by
.Refreshments were served bv:
Francis Gilbert, Ursula S n e a c e.
ana nancy jonnson.
nam Chapter No. 3S
! National Sejoumor
Win Hold Installation
Panama Chapter No. 35, Nation National
al National Sojourners will bold Its Insta-,
Utlon Night Ceremony lor the In
coming officers at Albrook Air
Force Base Officers' Club on Jaa.
IS beginning at 1930 hours. This is
to be a Ladies night and as well
and members may invite as man man-y
y man-y guests as tiiey wish.
Cocktails will be served from
1930 to 2030 hours. Dinner will be
served from 2030 to 2130 hours.
Following a short Installation
Ceremony, the balance of the eve evening
ning evening wiQ be devoted to dancing to
the music of the "Interlude."
For information or addition!
reservations please contact the
Chapter Secretary st Fort Clayton
phones 87-4108 or 87-6197. ;
Ft. Kobbe Reheat
Parade To Be Held
A retreat parade will be held
at Ft. Kobbe at 4:50 p.m. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday when Lt. Col. John C. Brink,
chief of the supply division, G-4,
Will take command of the See
ond Battalion. 20th Infantry,
from Lt. Col. J. H. Campbell,
the battalion's present con
Campbell will he reassigned to
Brink has been in this com command
mand command since October 6, 1935, at
which time he was assigned to
his present position with "CM.
Before being assigned to he
Panama Area he was a student
at the Command and General
Staff College, Ft. Leavenworth-,
Campbell arrived in Panama
on May 25. 1955, to take com command
mand command of the Seeond Battalion.
He was previously assiened to
the S-3 section. Headquarters
Arkansas Military District, Little
Youh$ To Renerl
On ElValle Camp
Al turunda Church;,:
During the Kvenlne "Gosoel
Hour tomorrow the youth of the
Curundu Protestant Church will
report on their recent camo t
El Valle. Thirty-seven youths
and adults attended tht camp
frcrni Dec. 28 to 29. -This
was the first camo for
vouths sponsorea by the yurun
rtn Protestant flhurch, ""
This evening all of the youths
both the jet Cadets and the
High School yonth will have
charge of the evenin servirc.
TTwy will brine reports which
win cover the entire profmm of
the romp for the three days.
At the close of the vouth camp
report a taed r"ear forn rr rr-and
and rr-and Mrs. Pobert B. 'White, for
merlv of th Onal Zone and
ahe rurundu Protestar't. Church.
will b played Dr.' White vras
with Gorga HoscHal and' was
very active In medical' ilIon ilIon-arr
arr ilIon-arr work whDe here hi Panama,
Mrs. White helped with ia pro
grams coram? over racio sxa sxa-ther
ther sxa-ther are In Chir-aao. In Mcrch
tioti HOXO. At the present time
thev will sail for Belrium and
then to the Belrium Ccmeo as
medical mliotiries under The
The sermon tnmorrow morniri"
win be entitled. 'Who Is' My
veihboT?" and delivered try the
pastor, Ret. Leldig,
Esther Williams Offers
Big Profit Opportunities
A once-m-i-fifetime opportunity for substantial, sue sue-'
' sue-' ceistul men to start on the pround floor of a mushroom mushrooming
ing mushrooming business. You would become a franchised distributor j'
. of Esther Williams Swimminfl fools, stocking and Selling -.
to dealers in an-exclusive area. ',
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- the second fastest growing Industry in the United State'
and throughout the world. Esther Williams Poofs are new.' 1
type," permanent, concrete, "n-the-g round" pools mat 'seft 1
' as a package, including filter, diving board. ladder, etc
Durable, beeufrful ... the best pool value on tho mar v -;
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Advertising, beautttul literature and a color -movie at
tsfhtr Williams and the pool help build volume safes. '-:
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Exrhair Maaaxactvnr ef flw VaMmn
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; SlTrSD AT, JANUARY 12, 1957,
TBK FA KAMA AMERICA!! AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NETTSrAPn
Church of Christ
W. W. dimw, Evsntenst
' r TalMihnnii
ALBOA. u&jl, Balboa Road.
" Service Sunday 10:00
y:u p.m. v
i CMiS'iufiAL: American LMton Haiti
T Service Sunday 10:00 a in. II. -00 aJB
RiO ABAJO-t-Hous No. SOU lath St
J SunOS V 4.30
f 101 em
;: 0 liberal
t,Ol ULI AWFibT' t'HLRCP
i t a.riiia KtiaTi
, guuaay School .........
jtiocAu worship .......
fray Me"" 3. i
aiip -- v aonannay .....
"' Mo-may each month
SpaulM ie Scnool
BlaaV Baturday .......
11:00 a m
f.-"i? !l -V!
!.: ; Balboa Hai C-
Orat talBo HwiM
. rtuo Hatboa HOT
' Vunaay Cekoal
MttOiBB WoiaUB ....'
Sawuat TltamlM Uowa) ....
10:46 a m
rTlotto tM0 tM0-s.
s. tM0-s. jEtaty
W.MA Bibio Study
M' Brotherhood tM
Monday tn mootb) ...-
040 a J
' 1B8T BAWlB cmiKCB
' IUrit Avaoua. at ,5th Stxaat
SaigaiiU. Canal Zona ;
'l ,Bav.JFd ft. raar
$a7JU r Sunbaaaa.
) m MCiric bids
f ANAMA CIW
Captain Mra- m. Graat
la Bruar Sueet,' Phona:
11:66 iWinaaa Maotina.
3:00 Sunday School, .
- 70 Salvation Meeting.
LA Btt C.2..
Lteutenaat faniy Caaapaell
Buildin. o: 1000, Phpne: f-28&i
i 11. -Ol iloimaaa MaeUng.
, '3:04 Sunday School. -i
70 faJvaUoa MeeUaa
tavoy A Mia. C U Mdaaley
Ouiara Suaat i'
M Bvriday -Schoet.
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
J J Sunday School.
JO SIYU0B Maatln
OL6iN IHISb STKEtT
,SCaptaln Syalln Taylor
,11:00 liolinasa Maauna-i
: 3:00 Sunday School.
;rT JO SfciwtiOB Moatiag,
atADiAow 'an CX
St. Kitts arid Jamaica Strait:
. 11:00 Hafmesa Moating.
r- t-M Suidar-Schook
7 JO Silvatioa Maetina -COLON
(.ANTRAL t .
Baalav t ap, and Mrs. C. Mi
I4th atieeL Phone: gg-743.
. .v-.srv:', i v .,:
Waora aS PratastaBai
aasaatna,' Haeaiy a
aad charirg ta aJD
TU ATLANTIC B1DB
I Bar. Bay Slakaly, Paator
. 1Ai Church School.
' 11:00 Worship Servlca.
:4i p.wu Sr. Tooth FollowahlB.
M P4B. J -Tetiu PallowshiB.
Tha Ar. J"sul
. rhuoa ia. , -v
10 U eaaia aarvtaa aad ChureB-ttaN
; Taatb falhrwahtB..
I m racvic stds
T Tha fee. Oaeai
Balboa Rd. at Saa Pablo
Phono t-lOe Chunk Office a-la.
:30 Church School Proa bur aarvloa
rarsonag mil ilaii uroun
lift Warthia Sarvica Tha brpandad
, SasaioB fee Nursery, Aindaraartaa
Primary and Junior Pev
Church-tisaa Kumar tar cAUdraa
near A v
SUf Juniar-Hlgb Pallewahla.
.Of PosUHlgh Pallewahia.
1M Saaj-aufe failawabJa
Be. Wancar Bt. AMertea, MIbIHW
Off.: B-470 Baa-: 3-130 j
JO a m. Sunday SchooL
1 10:40 a m. Merning Warship.
Official maetinga and weekday aeCV
aiuaa aa announced.
rva aia nauuisi CaHjstCH
1 tB-ma fmiaranaot
' Ba. WtMiaaa R Aravtraaa
lath St- Panama City
, taa aea Mununt Praai "d
00 a m SuBay Seawi
' I via in Iftif avewai ara
raiMrt attTaiooiai LMtaus
U Saraal aad Maiaaaat iaaa
Ba. Bamtt aJ"a. Ifbrtetat
So aaa blerntoa Sorrme aaa Bab
ta Sunday aehoa
t il a Ovor-inp Samoa, .
IMmy C irauniim IM Sunoavai
Mopday. iM BJm Praxat
aatiM il fiaim MJ Cotoa, ftoBoARc a;PMBt. iMb4 B woImm;
t N hm BaM od ww a Ki aorritao. b4 rUMk -BfMkra.
trioa M OtrBaBOn. ; f -.- J -viwV-r.,- .-.M ,V.
Aa b Mklar oorvioB. Km Tk Pbbbbm AjMfitoB U Mow, f
BMwiiiaatiMi. tiiaa l hoaia t wronhiB aad a bar raiilar aathritiaa.
MrtlaBt (4404 rrtm tfaaa r tiaaa. DaaaauaaNaM .baviaa)
aaly aaa. r twa. taaaratatiaaa ira liafatf Madat w0rba Caarcaaa Aad
tarvlaoa." A aaacial I tat tits txladad Hi iBwioai a Araty
Air ff rca baua aa Naval atatiaaa. Vp-y--
; MkaiatOM, abia aawatariao
tha aowo daik ia wririafl fcy Wadaaada aaaa ar taa tataat 01
chaatao far taa caatiaf taturday'd church Mfa.
BJBKMKZKB MeTHOUIBI VMUBCM
., Rainbow City, tz.
Bar. Samuel Waldaa. MlaJatar
Sunday Sanricaa I ail and aaa a-
4jnUay SchnoJ tor all aga at 0.30 a-Oi
Taor la1aHo" To Wonhla."
TuMd n n Prmvt VH
CHMIM'IAN aClKNCB UtbhXhtBB
'lrat Cbitreh oJ Chrut. SciantisV Aneot
MO Aocoq Boulavard.
Wday il:0u7we0nada 0H a.
Sunda Scbnol 0:30 a.m v'..-"
inu enures ut Chrui, aoaului, CTtatoba
14 13th Straat Bolio Hiba t.
8undajp.ll:00,aja. Wadnaaday M f
u aava ruilBmaalfcaa
Sunday Hawaii 7:00. 100. 10:o0 and
Huiy Uay aill aa.
Conianaloiw: Saturday, 0:30 to :0
nd 7:mi to 8.0a d m. Ihuraday. bdorf
first rr'.dayi -Tjm to :w
aliraculoua Madal Novana: 1M 0
on Mondaya. iwll
Catecbuni ciaaai nw
on Sunday. .,
High &CBOOI BlUOJ WU v
SACKED HKABT Abcob
..U'h.o mu! X 7:30 Ji 0:30 a.m.
Holy Day .auuaaaj AM am. an J 0:0(1
S Cntaaslona: Saturday 3 :30 'M ii .00 and
1:1 Vo 0:00 p ah Thuioaay
Catedilai' Claari :i' to :tt a 'aa
OUK LAbI or f AtlHA-CnraadB
Sunday Ma at i:00 a m.
Holy Day llaaa at 0:30 p.m.
Coriaaaiom: 0:00 ta 0 5 OJ aa Sat.
. a--.-...- n t. m
Sunday alauaa at 7:00 and Sat am
HolyDay Maaa at :00 'pm.
Weekday Massaa: .0 a J. J J-ConfaMfona:
ConfaMfona: J-ConfaMfona: Saturday l te 4 JO and
r'aiaenuna. .(taaa: wnw
on Friday. ' 1
ST.- VlNCKNrB raaaaU City
Sunday Maasaa: ;00 and 0:30 ajn.
HolyDav llaaaaa: 1:30 and 8:00 P
(It It fall on Saturday tha Mama ara
0:00 and ISO aJB.I
r..i..i.. s.tiir.. i:M ta 0:00 and
1M to 0:00 p.m. Tburadaya fearora riwt
iYiday 1:30 p.m
Miracuioua Medal N arena nd Sta Sta-Uona
Uona Sta-Uona of tha Crosa: frlday 7:00 pjn.
Cataehltm Claaa: After 130 BMBa ,a
'c'on'v'irt Cuaw .d4. M-AoralL
ST. THERESA'S i CaaaB
a..J..t ytmms at il m tn
Holy Day Mass: :00 aav lit tt talU
on Saturday -3:30 a.m.)
Catochlam Clams S:30 ta 1:00 rav oa
"Sniomions: :Q0 to 1.30 a.m. Sunday:
ST JOHN BAPTIST DB LA BALLS
Sunday Masses: 930 aad 0:30 a.m.'
Week 'DayVMass: 0:30 Mon,. Thura
Pri, and Sat.' Pirat Friday mam:
Holy Day Mamas: 0.00 am ta a JW
Confaloni!'3:30 to 4 JO aad 7:00 to
t:00 pjn. on Saturday; .
Miracuioua Mada) Haonai Wday
l-?v .m a m mm Snndae
cjatocnisiB vu. .... r r
"CanvaH CUm Monday l:M P-m
Sunday SUs: IM a jb.
?f4uTs7turday a JO ta ISO p
Thursday befora Pirst Triday aao i p m..
Catechism Clam: ,"'TL
Sacrod Haart lovanai 7:00 "
"rS-i Clamt 30 am at. Thuraday.
ST. j;OSKPH S Calaa
' ,.n4,. m.wm: :4S, t0art:laja.
How bay Maasaa: :. and i:oa a
Cenlessl'n.: Saturday 40 ta and
7:00 ta :00 pjn.
Miracuioua Modal rJayaaai WadBOSoay
,:lS. 2 irU'nar Friday 10 t
Sunday Evening Servicee 7:00 p.m.
. Convert Oamia aaa. aa liaadayo
aad Tburadaya. .'
flam: Buada9 10:11 a-aa. ta
iftj Pa-sT LiSaKSTJ M Ti
ed Sacrament aU day. RapasittoB at U0
ajn. saturoay momma-
Ftrat saturoay itoot- TeTrr
aPatima Tha Holy Rosary am.
First Commtralba InsbrucUona ii ii-dren
dren ii-dren Mondaya aad Thuradayo
1:00 B-m. ... i.
PTQUCVLOII8 MXD4L Crtstebel
Sunday Masses: 7.00. 040 and Ui
HolTDay Maasaa: 1:00, : aaa. am
.1 aa. dn
CoSoadoaa: Baturday 4-oa ta if and
70 ta 10 a as. Attar aaaary aaaa ww
.fSnaenlana Madal Kaaaaai IM and
h0 p ao. eo Monday.
CatcchUSB uasai auiaw o-vw
rirat moay Kxpoasueai oa
the School Tear.
First saturaays atasa as a
BOLT PAMTLT CHTRCH ta MsrfarHa
Sua day aiassas: im, i oa
First Saturday Maaa:
Saturday ... T: PJ. ta
Miraculous Medal evens
Holy Day Masses: T JO am.
ConfMiea ... 3:43 p sa. ta
Parish Family ptaaary aad
- ovary Wadnaaday.
Discussion Inouiry Graup
1st. Frda lyottona ...
1st. Baturday Bsvatiana ..
I aa bjb.
' BT TlftCtJrTB Satabam
Sunday Mamamt ja
am,, and tM
nosy pay masses! mw am aaa
Conreadona: IP) ta m aad ta
I4B p m. Saturday.
Catechism cuaaa: ie a) a m. n aunaay
Convert Clam avary Maaday at 7 JO
artracuiouB ataoai aaianai
Suaday Masai 104 am
fa iu Cbmi ZM, at Mm MhmmI
aad 'akaataiaa an aatad ta
Holy Day Uaat: 5:00 a.i
Coniamionsi JO ta T :M a m. an Bat.
Caierhlnr Clam- 4-00 m on Mnnitay
Oil LACK OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Mamost 7:00 and' 130 ajn.
Holy Day Mamas : f-.OO a m. and .l:0C
Confoailona Saturday at 1 :00". pjav and
alter all evening devotions. ;
Baptisms by appointment'
' Miraculous Medal Kovonai 14 PJI
Sacrod Haart fypvenai 7fl0 p.m an
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m.: en Sunday.
Religious Instruction Clam for Chil Children:
dren: Children: 4:00 p.m. en Thunday.
- Relihioiat Instruction (or aduJta (Con.
ducted in Spanish): 7:00 p.m an Mon-
lnstruetienii by annnlntmewt
Tha Bt Ray. B.
Haaar Ceedaa. S.T.D.
Ths Vary Rev. Main art J..
AMCON, t Jt
TBI CATHEDRAL OP BT. LtKB
. SUNDAYS -
i :30 a ra ttoly Communion.
O-SQam ifenta Communion (4th-Sua-eayi.
:30 nv Church SchooL. y
:4b nt. Ssouala Dominical.
11 00 am. Morning' Prayer and Sermon
y r - ?roly "Communion, (Pint Sun-
1 :00 p re. (Lvenitig Prayar and. Sarmon
" ttUUX DAIS
4:00 a Jn Hoiy Communion.
I SO. a oa aly Communion..
, OA1LY ,
3:1 am. Marnina Pravar.'
:00 Mur-eay Misaianary Pray era.
. CsWRCm OP OCR SAVIOUR
Third Street. New CristOBal
Tha1 Rer. Jama K. Kaaew.
' Priest ia Charae
Holy communion 3:30 a.m
Church School ; 0 JO ajn
.... (:M aaa,
A bloua ef Paayar lor all people.
L'hBicb M. Aadraw
, Tha Rv.,WUluua W. BaJdwU.
Priaat ia Charae
Family Prayer aad Church
l:M a.m. . ..
Morning Prayar and Sermoa 11 aaa
IHC. first Sunday ia Month)
tvening Prayar -IM p.m
Weekday Prayar t :00 a au
Chapel oi The 6ood (hephard
Tha Rv Clareara TV, liaya.
Priaat 1b Charaa
FRIDAYS ' :
0:00 ba. 'Morning Prey or.
(U,C. first Friday aach Month). k.
' SL Simoa'a Chaieh
Tha Ray. John Spaar. Puast ia Charge
Choral Eucnaxm and. sar sarmon
mon sarmon Church School '..:'.,
Kpiscepal Young Churchmaa
Evensong and Sarmon .....
7:00 a m
3:00 a m
1:00 i a.
Naming Prayar ana Holy
.VVIIU10 mj ............
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
7 JO p m
urnwvnAVd A THURSDAYS
Holy Cammuniaa i
Morning Prayer .......... a:00 a.m.
Evenlna Prayar ........... IM Pas
Olfica af Compuaa
... 1:30 am
... : f :M P4B-
St Peter's Charch
Tha Ray. Jehs Spoar, Prieat
Momma rrayar ana vauraa
Eucharist and er
M M am
:30 am. Hely Canuaualaa.
Chapel o tha Holy Cemferter
Taa. L, B. Shirley, Mart ta Charga
Haiy Baptism ,.. ,... : aaaa
Evensong and Addrasa .... 'as IB.
3rd MONDAYS ...
Woman's Auxiliary tj13
THURSDAYS or PTAST PAYS
Holy CamraotvloB : am
'Ckarch af Bt Margaret
Espeva and Brazos Blvd.
. Tha Bey..Joaaa K. Raacw.
rriapt la Charga
1 JO am, 'Holy Communlaa
m.AM fliiMjt W.hl
M aim. Vespers and Young PaapU
11 .-00 a m. Moralnj Prsrer
Last Sunday oath Month. aly Com
111 am Holy Caaamunlaa.
Bt. Albaa Chaseb
TtM Be. Bovld A. Bibtraa.
, rvlost In Charro
The Bdr. ABaa C WaatL aadstaal
SUNDAr :-. I '-'."V
l-aa a,ta. cnorai Hi m
JO am Infant Isptiam.
I .PS n TS. Church Srhool
' h4 tn Baildiaa Jill :
140 am Youth rtUeihlp
n IvMvimi end Aaaraaa
Ad and 4thWXDNISAYS
(js am wen" a avmupiT -tas
'J PANAMA tlTT
SL Paara Chareb
Hm Pea. tamael f. bblaf.
The ara wxm a arwaa-
40 am ory vwamianiasf.
. -mm am. aWhanat
iMia Voray Pravot ad ttijrap
1J40 aorr PJoly Baarhaa
T40 t-.m Bolama Vasaasa
ISO am Holy CaauauaJop
aaa am Hlt Cssnmoojea)
T4B p.m. Eyenhve Pravee
IM i m. Holy Coammuaiap
-aa a a. Hacp tammimtaa
:- aOIST CBTRCB? Bf-TsTjJsU
. I ' Ceiea, f.
tOaaailta Hotel Wsshtorori
Tea B-ev. aaaaa mar ra
- SimBATS .-1
00 a m. Holy Ceminunloa.
-40 am Worsting Prove.
40 am, Choral Eucharist 4d
110 am Chore aoL
141 am. 3aal fr.aasaaB
41 am fleJy Cetnnaumiaav
I JO pm EvojUrig Ptvot asj
I JO p.m. Adult Confirmation Class.
. THUHSDAYS. :
1:00 pjn. livening Prayar and Medita.
. -. tion. ..'.:.'
". rf FRIDAY v..
1:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist.
am. Junior Confirmation Claaa.
7 JO o.m. Comnlina. and Meditation..
. Charts af St. Mary, tha V train
' Taa Rev. John A. Spalding.
. Priaat la Caare
SUNDAiS : :t -' ""
Buna Aucnariat '740 a m
Churjfc School- ........... 0:40 am
itverj.ii.f and Sermon .... 7:30 i.a
. Holy Coauauntpa. t i.,Vi.U 10 am
-. BIO ABAJO
, ; SL Christopher's Charch
10th Street, Parque Lefavro
The Rev. Clarence W. Haym
Prieat ia Charga
. Tha Bay. Clarence A. CragwaU,
0:00 ajn. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m- Sunc Eucharist and Sermon.
10 JO ajn. Morning Prayar and Church
12:01 noon Holy Baptism, r.
JO cm. Evensonc and Sermon.
TOO p.m. 1st ana ara, woman aus
liarv. '. .i '- .--i
JO a.m. junior Daughter or tna
7:30 n.m. Youth FeUewshla.
a aa mm. Hoiv communion.
1:00 am. Evening1 Prayer and Religious
. inairucuona. .
:00 p.m. Girla Friendly society.
1:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
0:30 ajn. Junior Confirmation Claaa.
. CHLRCB OF' THE MAZARRNB
- Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
; Bo 0. Ancon. C-Z. Balboa M03
Sunday, School. .,in,,,.. 1:00 a.m
Morning Worship .......... 10:30 a m
': Youth Servwa .;. : P-m
-Evening Service .,.. 7:30 pjn
NJ.M.S. Service 7:00 p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wed ... 7:30 pjn
WATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
' Panama R.P., 23rd Street East
Be. S. It-- frawik' MiBJtts
SUNDAY x .
Divine, Worship ,, J: a m
Sunday School ............ 1-00 p.m
Sunday Maatoa 1:40 11:43
. mt. iMjt, aj Sunday acavm
CM m ...... , ...
Mtin Thuruiava at 1J0 om. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wirt Momarial
400 Balhca Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mobbob)
Sundu maetinas in tha LUS Chapel
on aatDoa noaa.
player JasUot. lull yer, his Wth
sunaay ocnooi ........... .v.w ...
Sacrament Mooting d.Oo p.m.
Primary: Monday 3:30 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday... 1:30am.
MIA: Wednesday 7 JO pjn
Telephone Balboa 42r7.
Building 200, SchooUiouse Road Catun,
Sunday School, Sunday . 0'30 a m
Sacrament meeting Sunday 1140 a.m.
Prieakhnne mullBf Wed.. 4:30 a.m.
Primary. Wednesday 1:30 pa.
.ll C lmr ..
TeiephoBO, Catun- 344 or Cristobal 1017
CLRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A WBrm Hearted Church'
Mlllea K. Leldlg, Mtnlater
Phona Ret. 13-7114 Ot M-Slol
Sunday School ... 0 JO am
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11.40 a.m.
Youth Fellowship ., 140 pm
? evening Worship .7:00 pm.
raver and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 pjn
A church aursey 1 provided for your
OLU CATHOLIC CHURCB
t BaaaaoJ The Arrhaafel
13th St Wan Na I
Holy aueharlst: Sunday a I'JO am.
Tuoda .Wadnesda-r and rhuradav
Saeramenl oi Unction iMeeitn has
flee) First Sunday of aeeb month ai
Maaai BaUbet. ctukmaa Charak
Bt Ba. V- anaes. a 0. Biahaa
stomina aeretln a ........ am
Fellowship Worahia at 1140 am
aunday Seboel at 340 am
vUviaa Service at IM am
M First Street
Urban tiaeloa B Carmen. Panaml City.
tsuorauu mi mm
Thuratlay,,..,......... 0 00 am
mtmnm, mmm mm
(apstaiaa Amerieaa Saaaar)
Study Clemes Thumdava. I JO pm
imEL Missio! Cbturcb
Erpalaba St-, Paraiao, C I.
' Bay aldaha H. Stewart, Pasta
Sunday: 11:00 am. Worship Service,
140 p.m. Sunday ScheeL
7:11 p.m. Gospel Servlca.
Monday: 7:31 Young People's Society
Kaluulni isa Midweek rh,.e
Thursaay: 140 enow Bcnearaei.
Friaav: JA Peaaoa'a Se-
' TUB CrTURCBi OP OOB
7MI Rtghta) Btaoat Ceiea
Bay. aVtr. Caaadtaaa, Pastoa
Suaday Schal ............... I JO a m
Morning Worship 10 JO a m
Night Serrtca 7 J am
. JTOST CsTURCa OF 0O -Car.
Jamaica aad Trinidad Bat
Baaaeew CMy, Canal Eeaa
mm. r. .ay. -" Paetec
ifaMiine Wnrakia 140 am I
Suaday School 10 J am
Night Sarvica law m
THE OTPBCT OF OOP
.area. MAa Hiaaa. Paste
Suaday School 1041am.
Morning wershia si aaa.
rn cvL-RCH of sop
Caa. "Nl aad Martaaa Asdsimiaa Bta
Re. Waa. X Jisana. Paoiee
Suaday Srhool I S am
Moraiag Worship ........... 1031 am
..... i -ev V as
TXE nrtTBCPI OP COP Bla Abaya
' Meal Oat a Be 14th Bt
W mm II m
Suaday pthse 141 am
Moituna Warship ........... 1J' aaa
Kht karvkf ............... f P-m
cari'RCP op coo pate start
Re, B E. Women. Oyeseear
' Phona -t2t Boa SU. Camaog
Churche at Para'-o. OX iRe. and
Mre Hmmui C WhrtaL Colon. R-P
(Re. Feraanda LoreeeL Rle Abato
(Br, and Mm Charlie HavaeS), aag
Catrrd (Raw. and Mm Clilfard Graavas)
aunaay aaa aeaaaa aarnsm as aa
aHakie iseurnm, t-a.
. (FuH i
j : Pas rs. siasea- CJL
Sparlaj BnfMrra piae Otabia Halghtt)
S jaday f-ehaal . .. .. 0 44 am
v ewup an i itai a-- m
Yeuih Servir Ita
ranrella SarriM ...... TMlB
Wee. aV4ia Su4y ds Pay 1 JP pm
Posts and Bases
' f ACIMC SIDk. ..
i. Protaataat rs; ,-,;
FORT AMADOR ,. ,,'" ; h. 4
) Sunday school .....,.......
Morning Worship . .. .....
r.hiii-h.Ttm Nueaerv School....
Sunday r school' uuoing no..
Morning Worship a .'. . . '. ...
Wednesday Evening prayer Meet Meet-;
; Meet-; ins and Bible Claaa ..........
tibiIv Mux . a:in
Saturday Maaa 3 00
Sunday School: .:-........ 1:00a.m.
Annrin., MmiIhi VAHhin 10:30 m
Sunday Mamas :00 oi U:4S
Monday Novana Devotions .... 7:30
, Cnfesaions-ySaturday .... :00 m 7:30
Sunday Family Hour,;..,... : p.m.
ALBROOK.AIB FORCE BASE
Sunday School ......:,.;..'
Adult Bible Claw (NCO Club)..
Morning Worship....... 1:30 It
it 10 AS
US.. NAVAL STATION. Bodmaa
Sunday School-..,. ... v. ........ 0:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Monthi :
15th ND HEADQ 0 ARTtRS CHAPEL
Morning wersmp .............. :w
Holy Communion First, Sunday
of Month! V"
, ;, CatheUa
Dally Mam v
Sunday Maasaa 1:30 A 0:00
Confessions. Saturday ...1:30 A 7:30
Sunday .....3:80 A :00
Sunday Massed .......
..7:45 A 0:00
. 7 JO A 1.00
ALBROOX, AIR FORCI SASB
Saturday Macs v
Sunday Masse 7:45 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
ALBROOK AOI FORCE BASE
Sunday bcnool a
Morning Worship 11:00
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday.. 7:30
US. NAVAL STATION
Morning Worship -.
Holy Communion First Sunday
.. '.-. catAoM
CesUansiona, Saturday ..1:00
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Weekly Services ta all Char ah aa aa
Sabbath School 1:30 am
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 43 pm
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
8rvi 140 a.m.
Paetfie Side Panamd A Balboa District
Pastor W..E. Wallar-ToL HI MO
Capo Verde. Ave. J. F, da ta Oasa Ba.
ChorrUla ZSth No. 27
Pueblo Nueva tA St between 3rd
and 4th Sta,
HI Abajo lttlt Bt na. it
Balboa Chapel 444 Cevilaa Rd. Bal
boa (Saturday only).
Ipaalsb CbBrcha Paaaml aad
Paster Ruben Ruls
Panama. -Calle Darlen No. 3
Cristobal, lfth A Boliyar.Ava
Gamboa A Prltelea.
Diatrlrt paatet A. A. Criajl
Tel. Na, 4-101
CUaabaa, Praitt rargway artiaim
tissue Side Ceiea aad)
Pastor Nebieu TaL SI 421
Colon lr St. m c-eniraj are. crista,
aa! ltth A Pslvaf Ave.
Central auica: bvuaa aaaa as. a-
aw1 Walfar Board Bid 712-X La
oea Reanv Balboa. CX- BsaM Kottap
Servi Friday. 70 ftm Saturday
(Sea aa iistinat af Jewish trta
Bases ana aiauenak
. Ceaaraaoa Sol Bhoamaj asraea. Are.
llaa C-ba Bad 34th Street. Beiia Vwta
Psneaut City Sarvica 14 am
irrnrejl LUTHERAN CWIBCS
Balbaa Bead at SUM Street
Bay. Bekart F Caarteh, Paatay
P O. Baa Baibaa.
Sunaay Schoei, Blot 14 am
liivin Sarvica 11:11 am
-Divine Smrica et Mereartta fay BL
afrraaret a Sannsil Caurcb) mt
I LIIfVLIl Llitl
. v U"H! yaw rnavry orw, fsu'osst'r
P know tow orjaov'te ftm appotira
isaxcqpih. a meal
a r.-' Mr i .. r i
Defense Heads Plan Cutback
n HSomb BlanzProdudtoh
Mr CHARLIS C0RDDRY
WASHINGTON. Jan. 12 (UP)
The Pefense' Depariment Is plan-
nine a cut in tuture production
goals of B52 hydrogen bombers,
directly reversing, action taken
auring list year's heated Senate
air power investigations
The proposed aclion is based
pai'tly on 4he, fact that the Air
l orce., Is expected, to .have to
diyersubstantial sijm to prnlue,.
tion ot the new B58 medium
bomber. The .world s iirsu large
supersonic bomber, the B58 is
designed" to' replace the present
Defense Secreary Charles -E.
Wilson raised the B52 goal from
IT to 20 planes a month during
the controversy over. American
versus Russian airpower. Wilson
tola senate cntics he personally
pushed the big iet bomber uro
gram: "faster than the Air Force."
. Reached Thit Yetr
The 20-a-month goal was to have
been reached late this vear. flow-
ever, instead ef rising to that
ievei, production at Boeing's wico.
ita, Kans,; ,nd Seattle, Wash.,
nltints probably will be held at
the previous goal of 17 a month.
an! possibly, fewer,
JDf move would be linked par partially
tially partially with' the tight new military
tudset that goes to Congress next
week. It would indicate the De Defense
fense Defense Department expects to- hold
the air force to 11 B52 winga of
45 planes each -instead of the 17
wings proposed by Gen. Nahan
r Twining. Air Force Chief f
Staff. .,- .,
, Reversal of the production' in
crease would be a shock to Senate
Democrats who assailed adminis
tration airpower policies on tht
ground that Russia was beina al
lowed to catch up with America.
Jaekton H' Cutback
Sen. Henry M. Jackson
(D-Wash). a persistent critic of
current airpower policies, said to
day the proposed cutback was
"completely inconsistent with the
Views expre.at.sstd to the
ro.nmittee" which investieated
"There is nothing. in the world
picture to Justify -a decrease'' in
THE SAVINGS BANK
institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
Wb mtk loans with guarsntsM on first mortgages
or other securities,
25c 50c. $1.00 and 55.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
. Individual safety deposit boxe, for jewelry and -documents,
in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
10 Central Ave. at
corner of "V! Street
Q. A. De R0UX,
From 1:00 a.m. ta 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 1:00 a.m. to 12:0 p.m.
r.hn Tilanned B52 oroduction rate,
he said. "On the contrary world
events have been working in tne
other way, pointing to a greater j
need for a deterrent atomic air
Production of the $8 million B52
became a major issue in the con controversy.
troversy. controversy. The 650-mile an hour
bomber, now replacing obsolesc.
ent BJ6 super-bombers, is the na- j
uon s cmei nyarogen-porno car carrier.
rier. carrier. Some senators wanted a pro production
duction production goal of 45 a month.
Defense offrclals believe they
'can convince Congress it is fin an:
iiiil1v v wise anH .milit.nriltf safa n
drop the B52 goal back to 17 a I
They will argue that it mean.1',
only a few months delay in eouip-
ping all 11. heavy bomber wings.
They will say stretching out pro
duction is a good idea because it
will mean greater production of a
new longer-riie,,; version' of the
B52. '.' -3i'; -''''
An additional factor is the effec
a cit In the nroduction rate would
have on defense spending. The
difference bet w e e n 17 and 10 1
!K52's a month is $34 million In1
a year's time that is $288 million
that can be used elsewhere.
Chain Singh Bids
Low For Parking
With an offer of $39,122, Chain'
Singh was the apparent low bidder
for the construction of a parking lot
and covered stairway at Gorgas
Other proposals, ranging from
$42,000 to 5 $48,700, were received
from three other contractors when
the bids were opened yesterday
morning in the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
The .parking lot will increase
parking space near Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital to accomodate 56 additional au automobiles.
tomobiles. automobiles. Adjacent to the present
Front St,' tt corner
of 7tb St.
CARLOS M0UYNES V.,
CHurch Lay Readers
AI Sainl Peter's ;
Recom missioned for another
year, the four lay readers of Sr.
Peter's church, La Boca, will rec
eive their licenses during the chor choral
al choral Eucharist tomorrow morning ft
The licenses were renewed .by
Bishop R. Heber Gooden, and will
ba presented by the. Rev., Johtl
Spear, priest in charge, to Tiari
L. Harris, Victor T. Smith, Cecil
W.' QJdfield and Ivan E: Haywood.
.On. Mondny night at 7:30, ''the
Vestry Committee will meet In thai
parish hall. Election of vestrymen
is scheduled for the. annual mem members
bers members meeting which will be held
the followir.g Sunday morning.
At this meeting; delegates to the
yearly district convocation wilt be
elected and reports rendered by
the various parochial organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. .. r; v. h
Parishioners' wh have not yet
made their 1957 pledges, towards
the support of the church are urgj-
ed to do so. ;..
lower level parking lot;, it will
built near the Out-PaUenf Clinljf,
access to which will be niade a a--
- a-- b rneans of a covereS
stairway leading to the basement
Specification!, call for' the com completion
pletion completion of the project within four
months. : "' '.
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t 'J, : - ---; 5
t !f'U 1,!',,!;' 'I'
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f AGE BIX "J r TBK PANAMA AMERICAN -.AN P?PE?ENDENT iPAHY NEWSPAPER 'Y-.'t, 7 "' yTZ'S.'-.' 'S? SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1MT
. hesteffield, Cerveza
fjlay lii Panama Tomorrow PM
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
" Evans Killeen. the Carta Vieja righthander who
s&2ms to have the Cerveza Balboa team's number,
chalked up another victory over the Beermen last
nifht, 7 to 4.
: The Yankees have beaten the Beermen three
times in nine meetings and each time the triumph
.his gone to Killeen, whose record now stands at 4-1.
.?The game between Chesterfield and the Beer Beer-?en,
?en, Beer-?en, which had been announced for Colon Stadium
JatlO a.m. tomorrow, will be played instead at the
'Olympic Stadium at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Skin Divers; Club
To Hold Clinic'
At Albrook Pool
Albrook, Clayton AndAmador;
s Beermen starter George Brun Brunei
ei Brunei ave up five runs, and ten
hits, in five and one-third Jn Jn-nii&s
nii&s Jn-nii&s of mound duty in crop crop-pi?
pi? crop-pi? his third same against two
victories, Stanley Arthur finished
the-name up for the losers
" Supported bv a 13-hit attack
W.fais mates. Killeen who now
eems fully recovered from
Z--nA nW( nufferred two
eeks ago" was enjoyine a 7-to-
i,St in the ninth, crossed the
SSSettoee times on three sta sta-?lef
?lef sta-?lef base on balls and a sacri-
"Killeen bad wrwd up a
h0merun- pitch' t Hector to to-n2in
n2in to-n2in the seventh for the
Bmen'. first tally. Of ;e
KeW 13 base knock", toy
Mgin-PbUUM, Bn Kern WW
Shint Sder WfhelM
smackinc the two baggers.
The contest hd been l to o
4uel between Killeen and Brunet
n th. ivt.h when the Yanks
picfeed UO four more rnrs to fo
i-;. ,Tt m front. 5 to n. Two
iwarkers in the seventh finished
BJ ewinners' scorlns?.
rin.left field for the Beermen
last night wa pitcher PphTrfcj
who made four putouts, had
one hit, drove in one run and
scored once. Trice, trim and ap appearing
pearing appearing to be in tip top physical
condition, hustled after fly balls
and fielded hits as u ne were a
flychaser. He has been named to
hurl one of the games against
the Smokers in Tuesday's dou
bleheader at the Olympic Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Colon fans expressed dis disappointment
appointment disappointment today over t be
fact that the xtune announced
for tomorrow at" Colon Sta
dium has been shifted to Pan Panama
ama Panama instead.
Pro League secretary Carlos
Delvalle said last night that C.B
general manager Felix Lucianl
did not want the team to play
in Colon tomorrow. No further
explanation was available.
Asked if the Smokers and
Beermen would meet in Colon
before the season ended, Del Delvalle
valle Delvalle said there existed the pos possibility,
sibility, possibility, but he was not sure.
fed Kennedy Takes
Dim View 0! His
KEW YbRK, Dan. 12 (UP)
ted Kennedy took a dim view
of his own comeback chances to to-day
day to-day but insisted the Toronto Ma Ma-p'e
p'e Ma-p'e Leafs "should beat out the
4 Sew York Rangers for a Stanley
fl)D berth with or without me."
'I think the Leafs are stronger
Uwn the Rangers and I think most
vh the other teams believe so,
tob," said the 31-year-old veteran
ffer Wednesday night's 4-3 tri triumph
umph triumph at Madison Square Garden.
' The victory enabled the Maple
r Keafs to take a two-point lead
t- over the Rangers and was of key
c )nipoTtance because Toronto has
pi sped one more game than New
' Yerk. The Leafs have lost only
V btace'in seven meetings with the
-Rangers this season.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UP)-Paul
Hornung, twice an All-America
ouarterback at Notre Dame, was
"tickled pink" today about his
three year contract with the
Green Bay Packers, even though
he turned down a "real fabulous
offer" from Canada.
The El Panama vSkin Diving
Club will hold a skin-diving
clinic at Albrook A.P.B., tomor
row at 8 p.m. All types of skin
diving equipment will be demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated in and out of the water.
Practical demonstrations in
the use of fins, mask, snorkel,
exposure suits, self-contained
diving apparatus, guns, etc. will
be staged by members of the
Persons Interested in skin skin-diving
diving skin-diving who have access to the
post of Albrook are invited to
Spectators will not be permit permitted
ted permitted to enter the pool. However,
following the demonstration
members of the club will answer
any questions concerning skin skin-diving
diving skin-diving in Isthmian waters.
Glenn, cf ..,
P. Osorio, lb
Lopez, 2b ..
Trice, If ...
Brunet, p ..
Arthur, p ..
.33 4 10 24 7
Hornung signed the Packer
agreement, for an estimated $15,
000 per year, in a conference with
club President R. W. Bogda. The
pact provides for .him to play
three seasons witn tne racxers,
even though tne continuity mignt
be interrupted by military service
Hornung, who was 21 last
month, is not In any reserve train
ing program and nence wui De
eligible for a draft call any time
after his graduation trom rnotre
Dame In June. Normally, how-
a student can remain out of serv service
ice service for about one year.
NEW YORK (UP) Hungarian
Olympic athletes will leave today
cn a nation-wide tour to raise mon
ey for tneir strue-wrn country.
The Hungarians will make their
first stop at N o r w a 1 k Conn.,
where the fencers and eymnasts
v.ill perform in exhibitions.
DIABLO HTS. 1:01
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San. "Crime In the Streets"
r jftowing of Your Service Center Theatres Today!
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Sun. "That Certain Feeling"
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Sun. "Foreign Intrigue"
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hiinday Monday "MAN in IHfc GRAY FLANNEL SUIT"
PAFJUSO :15 7:W
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"A MAN ALONE"
CAMP BIERD 8:15 8:48
"A DAY TO REMEMBER"
Wllhelm, ss ..
Phillips, If ...
Jacobs, 2b ....
Killeen, p . .
Totals 37 7 13 27 13
Grenald singled for Arthur in
Socre by Innings
Balboa 000 000 1034 10
C. Vieja 000 104 20x 7 13
Errors: P. Osorio, Brunet,
vtonr. Arthur. RBI's: Kern, Tu
mtni-lli Shantz. Wilhelm 2. Lo
nM Trice, arenald, Moore.
Earned runs: cartaVlela 5, Ceri
veza Balboa 4. Two base hits:
Kroof. Phillips, Kern, Shantz,
Wilhelm. Home runs: Lopez.
nnnhienlAvs: Killeen. Jacobs
nartlrome: Tuminelll, Jacobs,
Tjart.trnmp Rtolpn base: Glenn
RnrrlfirR hits: Kern. Moore. H?t
batters: Arthur (Phillips). Struck
out by: Brunet 4. Arthur 1, Kil Killeen
leen Killeen 2. Base on balls off: Brunet
i Killeen 4. Left on base: Cer-
.. nnlhoa 6. crta iVela 7.
Pitchers' record: Brunet 5 runs
in hits in 5 1-" innings. Win
tiincr nitcher: Killeen (4-1). Los-
lntr nitcher: Brunet (2-3). Um
pires: Thornton. Hinds. Ritzko
Time of game: 2:38.
Pittsburgh 64 Bucknell 49
Wake Forest 64 Seton Hall 55
Rhode Island 71 Massachusetts 63
Dayton 84 St. Francis (NY) 60
Maryland 62 Duke 51
Virginia Tech 83 Citadel 72
N. Carolina St. 63 Florida St. 58
Florida 98 Miami (Fla.) 63
Ball State 96 Evansville 80
Wavland 75 Abilene Christian 68
Montana 68 New Mexico 50
Utah 84 Denver 70
Faurof As Football
Coach Af Missouri
sr. ujuis (UP The names
are changed but the system will
be much the same at the Univer University
sity University of Missouri this fall, where
young Frank Broyles of Georgia
Tech will succeed Don Faurot as
Faurot, who will continue at Ti Tiger
ger Tiger athletic director, (aid he
hoped some of Broyles' success at
Georgia Tech with the split-T
which Faurot invented, .would nib
off at Missouri.
Broyles was signed to three-
year contract Wednesday. Hi sal
ary was -not announced. He bas
been Coach Bobby Dodd's back-!
field coach for the Engineers. 1
In the three PAAF baseball
games played this week, Albrook
AFB, Fort Clayton and Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador gained wins. The Flyers edged
the Troopers Monday evening in a
thriller 8-8 while on Wednesday
the Troopers came back to defeat
the Fort Kobbe Regulars 6-1. In
the' third game, a one-hit pitching
performance by Cavalier Bill Cary
enabled the Fort Clayton nine to
whip Army Atlantic 19-1,
- Amador 6
A fourth inning double Ty Flyer
shortstop Mario LaMaestra, which
brought Arnie Daniel aQ the way
in from first base, scoring Al
brook's seventh run of the game
proved to be the winning blow Mon
day night at the Albrook diamond
The Flyers proceeded to top the
Albrook combined singles by Bob
Langer, Frank Gandarllla, and Ar
nie Daniel, with an Amaaor error
in the first inning to score inree
quick runs. Singles by Langar and
Gandarilla. a sacrifice iiy oy uan
ieL and two more Trooper errors
produced three more Flyer runs in
the second inning, men. in me
fourth inning LaMaestra brought
in Daniel with their se.wanth run
when Langer slammed a triple and
then stole home.
The Troopers scored three times
in the first inning by virtue of sing singles
les singles by Mike Rivera, Frank Loy,
and Jack Kaps, and one Albrook
error, A walk to Rivera j a triple
by Loy, and a sacrifice grounder
by Lee Straube scored two more
Trooner runs in the fifth inning
Jack Kaps was walked to start the
sixth inning, and Bob Stephenson
grounded to the pitcher who forc
ed Kaps at secona. naynes singrea
Stephenson to second, and Rivera
singled him nome wnn me iroop
ers' sixth and final run.
Behind the three hit pitching of
southpaw Wayne Tolbert, weanes weanes-day
day weanes-day afternoon at McCardell Field,
the Amador Troopers gained a 6-1
victory over the Kobbe regulars.
Kobbe garnered only one run
and three hits off Tolbert, the run
being scored in the first inning on
a double by Ernie Lennon, and a
single by Hal Duffield. The third
and finar Kobbe hit was also by
Lennon, this being a single in the
The Trooper big inning was the
ivth Thev amassed a total of four
nm in this innine on two hits, four
bases on balls, and two iuDDe er
rors. The hits, four Dases on oaus,
onH two Kobbe errors, ine nus
delivered bv catcher Irv
Haynes and rightfieiaer nerm ua
The final two Amaaor runs scor
ed in the eighth inning. Alter an
nw c n i hv Daniels. Bruce ixui
an lined a hit Into right field. A
sacrifice hit, an error, ana a
ground ball enabled tlie two runs
Fort Clayton 19
Army Atlantic 1
-cwt riavtnn combined a one
hit, 10 strike-out, pitching effort by
southpaw Bill Carey,
hit onslaught oi ine
pitching staff, to carve out .'a one onesided
sided onesided 19-1 victory over Army At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic at Fort Davis Wednesday.
Not a; ball was hit out of the
infield off Carey, and the only
hit the Buthmasters could man manage
age manage off him was a bunt single
down the first baso lino by Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Mitchell, Busfomaster first
baseman in the 8th inning.
The Cavaliers slashed out five
hits off pitcher Harry Boaz, and
another off John Shirley, to bring
home seven big runs in the second
inning to all but sew up the game.
They scored one more in the third,
two more in the fifth, four in the
seventh, and finished up their
scoring with five more in the
In the sixth inning, Bushmaster
s' hit by
catcher AIpX Hunter was
Carey pitch and advanced to first
to start the inning. He advanced
to second ; on a wild 'pitch, and
then Shirley and Joe Tucker drew
bases on balls to load up the sacks.
Lou Onders, Cavalier catcher, then
committed .the Cays' only error of
the game enabling Hunter to cross
the plate for Army Atlantic's only
run of the game.
v v I.
The results of -the pennant race
so iar are:
1 'J Editor:
" .7 Won Lost Pcti VCB
8 9 .471 v t
a-... 8 w 10 ,444 2Vi
JLarta Vieja. M
Army Atlantic ;
Annual Reminiscence Faces
Sponsor Of Fastlich League
with an 18
Balcer, Voss, Bates
In TV Interview
Bud' Balcer. John Voss, find
E J. (Curly) Bales, oi me r" r"-Canal
Canal r"-Canal Bowling Tournament com committee,
mittee, committee, will be interviewed on
TV tonight at 6:3U ny sports-
caster Jerry sturgea.
This is the kick off for entry
drive and all current Questions
will be aired on thla program.
watch every night on jerry a
soorts Events for news, progress,
and high lights of City Tourna Tournament.
ment. Tournament. These will also be carried
in The Panama American.
MANILA (UP) World shot put
rhamoion Parry O Bnen openea
his world-wide goodwill tour
yesterday with a near-record per performance.
formance. performance. The husky Calif ornian
tossed the 16-pound shot 62 feet, 2
inches exactly one toot abort of
his pending world mark.
NEW' YORK UP-Nat Fleisch Fleischer,
er, Fleischer, editor of Ring Magasine, has
been re-elected president of the
Boxing Writers Assn. Other offi officers
cers officers re-elected yesterday include
Jack Cuddy, United Press, first
vice-president; Jesse Abramson.
New York Herald Tribune, second
vice-president, and AI Buck, New
York Post, secretary-treasurer.
When the Fastlich Teenage
Baseball League gets underway
for the sixth consecutive .year,
the sponsor, Adalbert Fastlich,
probably will again be remem remembering
bering remembering his own days as a teenager.
Fastlich. who runs a success
ful jewelry business in Panama
City and sponsors soccer teams
in Panama City leagues in addi
tion to the Fastlich League In
tne canal Zone, constantly re reminds
minds reminds himself of the days when
he and other teenage boys were
able to enjoy organized compe
titive soccer games thanks to
the largess of a corner erocer in
When in the beginning of this
century parents were reluctant
to spend money to buy equip equipment
ment equipment for their boys to indulge
in the "foolish business" of
kicking a ball all over a field.
the grocer came to the rescue
and with the heln of a school
principal formed a team which
went on to become the school
soccer champions of Vienna for
Later, young Fastlich joined
the Austria football club; today
recognized as one of the leading
Fastlich saw his first rame of
baseball ai youxHrntart enaoioij-
ed'by ithe? American?, Relief- Ad Administration
ministration Administration In. Vienna. Learn Learning
ing Learning of the proposed eame be between
tween between the crew of the URS Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh and & team made nn of
officers and employes of th U.
S. Legation in Austria, Fastlich
"ot together a grouD of about
50 or 60, fellow Austrians to
watch the gpme.' But tb" mun
didn't like the srnme. because
the pitcher "couldn't hit the man
with the mask" standing be behind
hind behind the catcher.
Fastlich, who later came to
Panama, entered the jewelry
business and became a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian citizen, first got the idea
for the league which bears his
name when approached by new3
correspondent Jules Dubois six
years ago, Dubois had two sons
who had played Little League
ball but were then too old to
Dlay in the Little League and
too youne to play with the bl?-
So. Fastlich decided to spon sponsor
sor sponsor the Fastlich Teenage League
for boys 13 to 15 years old. That
was six years ago. Today, there
are six teams in the Jeaeue, in including
cluding including about ion teenaee bovs,
all duly insured aeainst acci accident
dent accident for the entire season.
Each team has Us own man man-p"pr
p"pr man-p"pr and at lest one Mac''.
They are equipped with all
the necessary tsebn nara nara-phemaiia
phemaiia nara-phemaiia out of Fastlich's own
Buildlnw and conditioning of
the Fastlich Tena(?e hall nark,
located next to the T ittle League
Stadium behind Pallboa railroad
station, was made possible by
the cooperation and fre 'labor
contributed hv several 7onlans
and Canal Zone organisations
which have expressed their o o-nreciation
nreciation o-nreciation time snd arain. for
astllfh's boost to the morale of
The Fatlich Leafws d1iv
total of 60 eames each season,
nlayinw on Mondays pnd Fridvs
t 4:30 p.m. All bovs htween
tbf. a-os of 11 and IS who are
ettendinw U.S. Tate schools on
the Pac"'" side are eligible for
TOMORROW'S GAME At Panama
Chesterfield (Robinson 3-2) vs Cerveza Balboa
(Brown 0-2) ..'t ,;
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT At Panama?
' Carta Vieja 7, Cerveza Balboa 4.
CHS Takes Half Game Lead
fii Atlantic" Twilight Loop.
Atlantic Twilight Baseball
W v I.
CY H. S. .2 0
JJSS Jasper ,,.,.0 1
PHS-Alumnl if.0 2
', C.H.S. 5 CHS-Alumni 2
'Tomorrow's Game (Sunday)
USS Jasper vs. Powells
Cristobal High School's varsitv
nine maae it two m a row at Mt.
ttope stadium Thursday eve evening,
ning, evening, dumping their contempo
raries, HS-Alumni by a 5 to J
count In a closely contested
game. The win put the Tigers V,
game in the lead over Powells
who will play the USS Jasper
nine at 2:30 n.m. tomorrow.
Danny Concepcion working
all the way for C.H.S., had lit little
tle little trouble overcoming the losers
as he pitched hitless ball for
the four last innings of the
game. Danny's 3-hitter, includ including
ing including a triple riven up to Barry
Davison in the second inning
when .the HS-Alumni scored
both their runs, was over a six
Inning period in another game
abbreviated on account of dark
ness. Wamho Lung, going all the
wav for CHS-Alumni. was hand handed
ed handed his first loss of the season.
Lunc gave "D onlv four bits and
struck out 9 Matters, hut he also
llowfH 9 walks which were his
Powells vs Jasper Tomorrow
The defending chamns will
come charging back into aMon
tomorrow afternoon at Mt. Hone
fitadium when they meet USS
Jasper. A win for Powells will
nut the league into a two-way
tie for first frd lest, us .Tasti .Tastier
er .Tastier will be seeking their first win j
of the season and position of
contention in the early fight for
the lead, 4
' Lights Next Week---Work
on the lights at Mr mn
Stadium is now progressing rap rapidly
idly rapidly and .it Is believed that the
Atlantic Twilight League-,' will
resume night baseball this com coming
ing coming Tuesday-night in the sched scheduled
uled scheduled Powells-CHS contest. If the
lights are ready an announce announcement
ment announcement will be made at Sunday
afternoon's game and ample
notice will be given on 1 1 h i
The box scores:
H.S AB R n Pn
Kulig, ss a n i a
Rankin, cf 12 0 2
Crort, rf 4 0 10
Concepcion, n ..1 10 0
Gibson, lb 3 0 1 4
Brians. 3b 3 0 11
Williams, if ....2 0 O 0
Newnard, 2b ...1 0 0 0
Sasso, 2b, If .,,.1 2 0 3
Crawlord, c ....0 0 0 0
Humphrey, c ...2 0 0
Favorite. If ....3
Choy, 3b 1
Prather, 3b .....2
Coffey, lb 1
Rock, lb .......1
Nolan, cf 0
Rhodes, cf ....1
Ambrose, ss ... 1
Hughes, ss ....1
Davison, c ....1
Barnstein, c ...1
Blevins, rf ....3
McGraw, 2b ...1
Orvis, 2b 1
4 '18 7 1
Lung, p 2 0
3 18 7 7
R. H. E.
,.110 0215 .4, 1
..020 0002 3, 7
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FOOT FAULT Missing a lay-up against the Philadelphia
club fit Madison Square Garden, Bill Russell slips and ac ac-cidently
cidently ac-cidently kicks his Boston Celtic teammate, Jim'Loscutoff, on
the cheek. The Warriors' Joe Oraboski. retrieves the ball.
Of Successes I nto N ew
Missouri Grid Coach Job
r- ''(By DAVE LEWIS
Tf atcta (VTP J. Frank
Broyh. tlie man Missouri -Ath
t-L-.l T.;..,r rtnn Faurot oerson-
ally chose Wednesday to succeed
him s head coacn. w me n8
football team, win orms
nffpfisive formula and a
history of bowl game success to
his new joo. .
. tj.io. ibvm Georeia Tech ti
ter- directing the famous offense
of head Coach Bobby Dodd'a En
lineer to six straight bowl game
wins. He joined. Tech in 1952 and
each-year since Tech has played
in and won a dowi &". ..
Coach Dodd said, "I'm delighted
that 'Frank got the job. and Tm
... h will do a fine job." Dodd
died Brovles "a fine offensive
coach who knows defense, too, and
is fully qualified to coach that end
of footbaU." ; r .'s;
"I suppose Frank will take the
."BELLY', series with him to Mis-
k., 'mAAM CoddV "Coao Fau
rofc has bee-. HtUe dissatisfied
lately, with just the .spht-T.
f Fauro Invented the widely used
plit-T offense and taught it to two
- of hi assistants. They took he
sysem o he op. t' -
Who were they A fellow called
big Jim Tatum. who brought
Maryland to the top of the na-;
tinn'a fnnthalt hean and then wea
"home" his year to his alma
mater; .North Carolina.- The other
chap was just anoiner guy caueu
Bud-now known also s Mr. Foot-!
ball Bnd Wilkinson of national -champion
Tech. -chief football scout Bob
Bossons saMT'Frank probably
knows more football than anyone
I've ever known. He's easy-going,
not boisterous at all he feets
acros what ;.- wanu ; in otner
"Brovles -knows- his football from
theVplayerr end, too. ; He was
named AH Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference Quarterback in 1944 and 1946,
and won three tech footbalfi
; In -the "off-season? te managed
to grab four basketball letters,
earning: two all-SEC second team'
ratings, aad took three baseball
letter.V- ';"' T '
flic pnarhiriff career began witl
Rob Woodruffaf Baylor? WobdAff
took his backfield coach with; him
when he shifted to Florida nd
Dodd wooed' Brovles back in
, As 1 Dodd said, commenting oa
the success of Tech's' offense dur during
ing during Broyles' tenure, "You've just
got to have good material. Ani
then you have to know what to
do with it." v .'
The new Missouri coach has been
in foootball more than 20 years and
Broyles is just jz. ;. :
- The C.P.O. W5 champions Vs.
Motta in the opening game of the
Atlantic Teenage League m sched
uled to get underway at 4:30 p.m.
Monday at the Coco Solito Field.
Both teams are managed by, new
comers to the league with Chief
Battennton taking over the C.P.O.
champions and Henry Lutz at the
aeim.ior mouo. V' a
: This season brings two manag
ers back for the seventh straight
season. Mike Greene, manager for
the Buick Team and Noel uibson.
Sr., for M.R.A. have continued to
take an active part in this league
since it was organized back in
1951. These two teams will be seen
In action Tuesday, same time and
place. '..:-,,-' ....
f ollowing u -tne schedule oi
games to be played. All games are
played at the Loco souto meia
Monday through Thursday, start
ing at 4:30 p.m. The last named
team is Dome team.
Jan. 14 MOTTA vs CPO
Jan. 15 MRA vs. BUICK
Jan. 17 MOTTA vs MRA
s Jan. 17 CPO vs. BUICK
Jan. 21 MQTTA VI BUICK
Jan. 22 MRA vs. CPO
Jan. 23 BUICK vs. MRA
Jan. 24 CPO vs. MOTTA
v Jan. 28 MRA vs. MOTTA
, Jan. 29 BUICK vs. CPO
'Jan.- 30 CPO vs. MRA
.Jan. 31 BUICK vs. MOTTA
Feb, 4 MRA vs. CPO
Feb. 5 MOTTA vs. BUICK
Feb. 6 CPO vs. MOTTA
Feb. 7 BUICK vs. MRA
Feb. 11 BUICK vs. CPO
, Feb. 12 MRA vs. MOTTA
Hand Injury Causes
Basilio Title Bdiit
CLEVELAND, 0,, Jan. 12 (UP)-j
Feb, 18 MRA v$. BUICK
Feb. 19 MOTTA vs. CPO
Feb. 20 CPO vs. 'BUICK
Feb. 21 MOTTA vs. MRA
Feb. 25 MOTTA vs. BUICK
Feb. 28 MRA vs. CPO
Feb. 27 CPO vs. MOTTA
Feb. 28 BUICK vs. MRA
March 4 BUICK vs. CPO
March 5 MRA vs. MOTTA
March S BUICK vs. MOTTA
March 7 CPO vs. MRA
March II MOTTA vs. CPO
March 12 MRA vs. BUICK
March 13 CPO vs. BUICK
M area, 14 MOTTA vs. MRA .,
To Be Prostitute
MIAMI BEACH (UP)-Former
middleweight boxing champioa
Jake Xamotta, facing a charge
that he encouraged a teenage gul
Fresh- from his Los Angeles 0-
pen victory, uoug n ora is keeping
up his perfect form and gave a
demonstration of what the fans1 are
in for when he turned in a card
of 32 for his first nine holes four
under par. 4)oug ran into a little
trouble on the return, bogeying the
luth but snowed championship cal caliber
iber caliber getting birdies on the 12th and
17th holes to complete the day's
work in 67, giving him-a two day
totar oi 137 to take tne lead at the
hallway- mark, ; v
Ditplacerf from his lead posi position
tion position but far from being out of the
picture. Dew Finsterwald, who
the opening day carded a brilli brilliant
ant brilliant 47, cam in en under par to
take the second spot, one stroke
Arnold "Palmer, defending cham champion,
pion, champion, might have had a different
position In the standings this morn morning
ing morning had he not gone out of bounds
on the 9th hole to come up with a
bogey and was just to par the first
nine holes. On the way in the
champ got birdies on the 15th and
16th holes to. complete his tour in
70, with a two day mark of 139,
two strokes behind Ford and one
The quiet, popular master from
the Argentine, Tony Cerda, served
notice that he is very definitely to
be counted with in this Open when
after bogeying number one he got
his second shot within ten feet of
the pin, No. 3 and dropped it for an
eagle three. He then got birdies on
the 5th, 8th and 12th holes to match
George Bayer' and Art Doenng's
68 for the day, all three tied at 140
for fourth pface.
BACK STROKE FINALISTS stir up a "ake'at the Fort Kobbe-Junior Swim Meet. The meet, a highlight of tha Christmas!
program of the Youth Activities Council, was under the chairmanship of Mrs. Doris George and hell in codrdination with"
Special Servioes. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Bill Muench)
. Ji . ... 1 1
Pacific Softball League
By HENRY CLARK
The two pros who suffered most
from yesterday, play,, after com
to .become VkjimtolMJ &t
'"The chargei are Hdueulous and
brought about-because I'm big
name," Lamott aaid. y J
Lamotta was arrested with three
others Wednesda y and ; wa
charged with operaung place for
the nuroose of prostitution and con
tributing to the delinquency of a
The square-jawed pugilist yelled
Welterweight champion Cirmiii "huM ran" after colice arrested
Basilio. granted a five-week post- him at his ba, on Collins Ave.1
ponement of his title., bout with The bar .Is among : string of!
wiiuiy obaiuu, aaiu caiciuay ue, beacturont Botei'i wnere police earn
mtf tiff annminnitiff on jnnirv In tii i . i j .1 tj :..-. l
-ne i-year-oia gin solicited ner
customers at $20 and up per date,
"I knew nothing about this," the
boxer said. "I dont know the girt
I have never seen any pictures of
her and 1 don't know what they
(the1 police) are talking about."
Police said the girl war taken
into custody hen she told a sor
did story involving Lamotta and a
woman who allegedly Instructed
her "bow to make herself up to
appear much, older then she is and
what to say to prospective cus
puf off announcing an Injury to his
hand until he signed for the bout.
The Cleveland Boxing Commis
sion granted the postponement fori
the Jan. 18 bout here so the champ champion
ion champion can have X-rays taken to de
termine tne exent of injuries tj
his right band. It was re-scheduled
for Feb. .22. f ..," v--1
Basilio said it was the "same oldi
hand trouble but it basn t come a
round as it did .other times."
20th. Inf., Ft. Kobbe 1 0
Tasco Batteries .... 1 0
"Pan Liquido" ......1 1
Lou Glud Agency ...0 1
USA S. Service ....,0 1.
I Adams continued to walk oppo-
MAM. A 11!. ( .. t I 1
nciius ii&c usiies m a puna, wiui
a total of id men stepping to
frame when Mason sihgled off
the plate in this same inning,
the Navy seamen pushed across
seven insurance runs on two
hits. ," -;
The rest of the game Irom the
.000 ; fourth proved only one thing
Next Week's Games
The iniurv was described bv Dr
Charles Heck of -the New York
State Boxing Commission as -a
combination of "nerve injury, bone
cams ana bruises."
FoIIey Hips Belhea;
To Heel Winner of
I f II ft
"I wanted to announce the hand
injury right away." Basilio laid.
"but my manager wanted to "hoUJ
oa unui aner we signed." t
Matchmaker Larry Atkins of fhe
Cleveland Arena said be hak sub- .- SYRACUSE, N.Y.- fUPT Prom Prom-slttuted
slttuted Prom-slttuted middlewelehts Rilnh T1-!ising voune heawareifht Zora Fol-
ger Jones ana Haray-smairwoodiiey. wno get up on the canvas to
tor the nationally televised Jan, IB win nis secona put decision ever
wayne Betbea Wednesday mght,
today was promised a match with
the winner of the bout between
ranking heavyweights Bob Baker
and Harold Carter.
bent between Basilio and Saxton.
'..-.. nut i n is : i
- Art Wall
The 25-year-old Poller, of! kFWoI Do Lwe
Chandler. Arix- apparent?? was xMike FotcMck
siarueu raw a Strong XiniEB aner "fmin kiwnr
Betbea dropped him for a nine Dck Ooodman
count in the seventh round of tbcirlxCarW KtSriovt
B televised 10-round match at War xJImmy Johatoa
Memorial Auditorium. ? xJoo Conrad
, Bethea, 24, of New York, car- Anlbal Celinde
B ried the entire fight to the slick- aHenrv Castillo
punching FoUey.-but Folley piled Ferroo
up the victory margin in the first Uly Wott
Bfour end 10th rounds. Don Havte
Foiled weighed 192 pounds and-ee Let
Betbea lom. : tiork Mirm
f Referee Lou Scoxxa and Judge Don MoHiietow
f Dick 'Albino gave Folley fire'xAuibal Macarron
ft WHllwta with AM mmm mrhWm lw4 mm 9 U.mIa IamI
ft Richie rauo awarded five to Be-
H tbea with one even. The United
" Press card was -4 favoring Be-:
jtiaicomaker only orown w
Mike Fetchick and Fidel De Luca
Both had 69's on the first day of
play but yesterday were off and
came up with 75 and 74 respective respectively.
ly. respectively. Both of these fine golfers are
still definitely in the race for top
honors and could well come back
with sizzling under par scores; in
today s and tomorrows rounds.
Bob Fretland retired from the
tournament at the end of yester
day s play wltb a two day total of
Norman Lewter. dls p I a y t n g
championship form got a 73 to give
him a total of 145 and maintain his
lead in the amateur ranks. Close
behind are Anibal GaSndo oi Bra Bra-ios
ios Bra-ios Brooks with 147 and Don Hause
and visiting. Billy Watts with 149.
Doctor Herb Mitten, who finished
second. the first day, couldn't do
as well yesterday and is now tied
for fourth with 150. along, with Don
President Grnestito de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr. undoubtedly showing the
strain of his official duties and pos possibly
sibly possibly a lack of practice due to these
duties, carded 85 and ended up his
two. day 'a-effort with 165. three
points over the qualifying mark.
Though out of active competition,
the-President's love for the game
and his good sportsmanship la try trying
ing trying to keep up with the boys who
have more time to dedicate to per-
champion in trying harder when scoring of the battery boys when
the odds arc greatest. i .
Tho thirty- Mi lm i 74-41 1551
thoto who qualified: ... Johnny MaeMurray 75 M 155
xDouo Ford 7 47 117 r.-, ail. 74 7f 155
xDow Finsterwald 7 7MM chartas Lama 7 7 15S
Arnold Pelmor ; 4J7J 13f ( tnriVH Srfling 77 7 15
xArt Dooring l xRarmood Raid 7-77 154
xR. Do Vkonso
Monday, Jan. .14 Xou Glud
Agency vs 20th. Infantry.
Tuesday'.i Jan. 15 Cerveceria
"Pan Llquldo" vs USA Signal
Wednesday, Jan. 16 Tasco
Batteries vs Lou Glud Agency.
. Wednesday' Results
Tasco Batteries Bombards
Pan L qnldo 12-2
Wednesday at the league's
home park, a team of Navy lads
sponsored by Tasco Batteries
bombarded the opening game
winners Cerveceria "Pan Liqui
do-" in a complete squabble 12 to
2 before an average set of spec
tators who sat out the grudge1
match with a cool glass of Cer-j
Player-manager Bob Newman1
of Tasco 'gave the fans a stir-1
ring hat full when he held the;
"Beermen" to six hits and one
run with a fancy wind-up1 fol-,
lowed bv'he steady placing of
that white object across the
plate and at the corners which i
he kept up right through thei
entire game, pan Llauldo in turnj
showed none or tne retaliating
power like that produced in the
opener against GUid.
Tasco Batteries exploded like
"TNT" In the curtain raising
of starter Willie Adams then,
the next two hitters worked the
hurler steadily for free passes
and up came Ed Robblns who
placed Adam's fast ball way o o-ver
ver o-ver Taht'a-Jiead in deeo center
for a bases loaded round trip tripper,
per, tripper, the aeason'g first.
Moundhustler McNair Lane
had to return with a. day's rest
in the 3rd. to stop the free hand
that batteries have more poer
man liquids.- T .
The only player's -to- hit suc successfully
cessfully successfully twice were Mason .of
the. winners and Pardon of "Pan
Remember snorts fans, with
out your presence and support
tnis league wouldn't progress.
So. bring out the gang and be
treated with an evening of good
softball and sportsmanship at
the park across from the rail railroad
road railroad station every day during
Score by innlnps:
T. Batteries ..407 010 0-12 7..S
Cerveceria 001 000 01 6 2
R. H. E.
Umpires: Marv Methenev
Chief McArthur. scorer: Henry
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a m. This will be followed by
Divine-Worsh'o at 11 a.m. At 3
p m. the church will sponsor its
first harvest thanksgiving, for
which an appropriate program
is p r e p a r e d. Representatives
from other churches will take
part. Gift baskets will be pre presented
sented presented by the Sunday school
children. Gospel service at 7:15
p.m. will close the day's pro program.
gram. program. On Monday, at 4 p.m. a sale
of the harvest products, pastries,
etc. will be held In the yard of
Greal Talent For
'Rock, Rock, Rock'
"BOCK, ROCK, EOCK," the
new gestational "Rock 'n
Roll" mawiral which is coming
n WEDNESDAY 1 AT THE
LUX, not only stars Alan
Freed, but H also stars pro prominently
minently prominently tna foilowrnr "Rock
Roll' artisU who need no
Introdoctioa to Use "JRock 'n
Rail" fans: Frankie Lymon
and The Teenagers, The Three
Chnckleav Moonf lows, Fla Fla-minroea,
minroea, Fla-minroea, Jlrrmry CavaDo and
Bis Hoote Rockers. In addi addition
tion addition ROCK, ROCK, ROCK has
a rick gnaaaeal score of twenty-one
new sencs. It is per per-hape
hape per-hape th snot lavish nnsieal
score evrr done for any ma malic
lic malic L "ROCK. ROCK. ROCK"
far rreat motion stctare enter enter-Ulnment
Ulnment enter-Ulnment as well as an ac accurate
curate accurate and thril lint; portray portrayal
al portrayal of the sw m steal erase
which is sweepinf the eoan-trr.
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FOR SALE.- Philco refrigerator,
2S-cycl.:i.cB.'ft. $50. 1545-A.
FOR SALE One 1 1 'i cu. ft.
refrigerator $ ISO; one Raytheon
21" TV .ablt model $ 1 00.
Phone Corosat 15-4235.
FOR SALE: Large wardrobe,
double bad) complete, 9-piece
living room act, Singer machine,
fan. Pueblo Nuevo hfo. 4120.
FOR SALE Playpen $10, G.E.
coffee percolator (new) $15,
electric oven $8, small gat (tova,
2 burner $8. Phone 3-6014.
FOR SALE: RCA Estate gat
stove, perfect condition, 2 years
old, 4 burners, timer, even,
broiler, 2 drawers. Cost $300.
First $100 ftfcee it. Gamboa
FOR SALE: 60-cycla refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, 1 1 Vi ft., cross-top freexer,
like new. No reasonable offer
refused. Qtrs.t370-B, Ft. Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, Phone 87-5130.
FOR SALE: Bamboo-chairs, 2
seats, mise furniture. Phone 2 2-3555
3555 2-3555 or 2-2151, Mrs. Rhodes.
Don'! Kick Henpeck
(0.), Because, Men,
Even if 20 is Pop.
HENPECK, O. -(UP) Resi
dents of this central Onio com community
munity community are campaigning to have
tho st.at.p nut nn a sign on the
highway identifying the place as
Thittatfl has refused several
times grounds that the com community,
munity, community, with a population of only
20, hardly merits being marked.
There's no finer community in
the state," according to Wheeler
Johnson, 61, owner 01 uw general
store here. "Youv seldom see any anyone
one anyone here who has been drinking,
and there fit little ..profanity in
The modern area has changed
the community's way of life.
Johnson recalls that before tele television
vision television there often were 15 persons
in his store, all from Henpeck and
the nearby farms, each night to
play checkers and talk about this
"Television spoiled a lot of our
good times," the merchant said.
There are a lot of stories about
how Henpeck got its name. The
one generally accepted is that a
traveler heard a woman bawling
out her husband and called the
place Henpeck. It's been that
Cognac's Bcs! Friend
Is l(ie Humble Spider
COGNAC, Frane (UP) Dis Distillers
tillers Distillers here cultivate spider webs
as carefully as a Hollywood pro producer
ducer producer makes a horror movie.
The spiders have a unique job
They prevent worms from reach
ing the valuable oak casks in
which cognac is aged. The
worms, in the best French tradi tradition,
tion, tradition, are gourmets and have made
many attempts to nibble away,
at the wood. But the spiders are
always on the job, and it's for
this reason that moving a cognac
cask is a, delicate operation. The
greatest care is taken not to dis disturb
turb disturb a spider's nest.
Visitors who think the cellar
rafters are purposely hung with
cobwebs for effect are sometimes
terribly disappointed. For next to
the skill of man, the grape, the
oak and the climate, say the dis distillers,
tillers, distillers, the spider is cognac's
Top Heart Disease
Doctor Joins Team
LOS ANGELES (UP) Dr.
Wilfried F. H. M. Mommaerts,
one of the nation's leading scien
tists in the field of heart disease
research, has joined the staff of
the University of California med
ical school here.
He will head an extensive pro
gram in heart research, a pro
gram to be launched in a new
cardiovascular research labora
tory to be established at the med
ical school here in cooperation
with the Los Angeles county heart
Bouquet Trade Up
In S. California
LOS ANGELES (UP) The
average southern California
spent $263 last year at his florist
shop,, according to a survey made
by a home economics faculty
member at the-Diversity of Cal California
ifornia California here. -!-
Dr. Edward L. Rada made the
study under a grant from the U.S.
Department of Agriculture. He
also found that dollar sales of re retail
tail retail florists in southern Califor California
nia California rose from $13.t million in 1950
to $if million in 1955, a gain of
38 per cent.
FOR SALE: Engines for Buiek,
Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Chevro- '.
, lit, etc. Transmissions for Dyna-
- Fluid Drive, Hydramatic, .'
' Chevrolet and many others. All
kinds of used auto parts.. Come'
in and see our used car parts and
compare our prices. "Accesorios
KeytonV 5th Street No. 9
(Martin Sosa Street). Phone 3-
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Spe Special
cial Special 4-door sedan. Returning
States. Bargain. Phone 4137 Ft,
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Special'.
4-door sedan. Returning States, Y Y-bargain.
bargain. Y-bargain. Phona 41 37 Ft. Clayton.
FOR SALE: New unused 1957
Plymouth Plaxa 4-door sedan.
Duty paid. Owner leaving for
States. Will sell reasonably. Call
2-0474 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick 2-dr-hardtop,
. power' windows, seat, f;
radio, dynaf low, new lirts.' Call i
FOR SALE:-;i 955 Bel Ar Chev Chevrolet.
rolet. Chevrolet. V-8, power glide, all ac accessories.
cessories. accessories. Phone 828-3478.
FOR SALE:-i49 Pontiae,' 8-cy-linder,
two-door, good condition
with radio. Call Navy 3816.
FOR SALE: Model A Ford In
very good running condition.
Cheap transportation. Can be
seen at Via Espana Final No. 5,
opposite Radio Miramar.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan Belvedere model, au automatic,
tomatic, automatic, like new. Lots of extras
1775. Phone 24474 Balboa.
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.
time. anytime. 32nd St. No. 4-54.
FOR SALEs-r-1950 Lincoln For For-dor
dor For-dor Sedan,. wsw tires, motor
and interior, in excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Call A2C John Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Albreok,2l66.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fairtane
V-8 Sedan. Down $650, $71.50
mo. Smoot & Paredes. Chevrolet,
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fairlane
Hd. Top Cpe.. Victoria. $720
down, $77 mo. Smoot & Pare Paredes.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Deluxe Sedan. $500 down, $54.-.
35 mo. Smoot tr Paredes.
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge Sedan
Coronet. $342 down, $34.30
mo. Smoot & Paredes.
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury
Sedan Monterrey, Merc-a-matic,
power steering, brakes and win windows.
dows. windows. $835 down, $88.50 ma.
Smoot & Parades.
FOR SALE: 1956 Studebaker,
low mileaae. Reasonable. Phone
FOR SALE: 1956 Chrysler
New Yorker 4-door. Bought in
States September. Fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Low mileage. Wonderful
ooportunity. Phona 83-5126
(PA-C) Mr. Joan Jose III u era D.' sales-representative tor
Boyd Brothers, Inc. watches with Interest a demonstration of
the Sensimatie ia Borronrha Home Office Exhibit' Center
in Detroit, Michigan. Mr. 1 11 nets was at that time attending
advanced coarse in' the latest mechanized aecoantinar. sys systems,
tems, systems, and their application with the nse of the completely
new line of Barronahs aeconntinr machines. Bavd Brothers,
Inc., exclusive dealers of Burroujrhs products in Panama and
the Canal Zone are pleased to be able to offer tbe-eon.o na nation
tion nation services of Mr.- Iiineea to ail business concerns ia
this area. .- ; s.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CX
. FOR SALE: Lester Betsy Ross
spinet piano, bench, excellent
condition. Call Gamboa 6-206,
FOR SALE.! In excellent condi condi-'
' condi-' tion, five aluminum Venetian
blind),, three beige with yellow
' tapes, two blue with tweed tapes.
Seventy-three inches wide. 2-
. FOR SALE: Records, classic,
popular and jaxs. AGENCIAS
DIAZ, 87th Street No. 6-A.
FOR SALE: H. R. O. receiver.
Viking transmitter, 8-pieca liv living
ing living room set, student' desk and
chair. 3-3126 Margarita, 8431
FOR SALE: Boy's English bicy bicycle,
cle, bicycle, 26 inch, eneaiktnt condi condition,
tion, condition, very reasonable price. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 'Panama 3-6779."
Spanish Cedar Maria
LUMBER YARD .;
(Rear of El Ranchb Garden)
CIA. FORD, S. A.
Tels. Panama 3-1257, 3-1258.
FOR SALE: Slide projector,
brand new. Calla Darien No.
14-21, Apt. 7.
WANTED: By American fami family,
ly, family, cook-laundress and a maid. -References
and to liva in. Call
FOR SALE? 1952 BSA Gold
Star "500," Call Balboa 1649
ROME, Jan. 12 (UP) A pow powerful
erful powerful dissident faction in the
neo-Fasclst "Italian social move
ment" (MSI) openly defied an
ultimatum or the party execu
- Th extremist eroun of be-
mustachioed Giorgio Almlrante,
wno wants a return to the
touph" line of the early davs
of Fascism, threw down the
gauntlet In the face of the "mod "moderate"
erate" "moderate" nsrty -leadershlo in a
move which appeared likely, to
split the MPI in two.
An editorial in Almirs-nte's
newspaper- Tl Secolo Dita'la In
effect told the executive not to
interfere with the dissidents
activities, it said, the partv di directorate
rectorate directorate was one of the parties
In the dismite, and therefore had
no rieht to the role of 1ude.
The executive last niht or ordered
dered ordered thn Almlrante faction to
stop its newspaper polemics a
gainst the party line or face expulsion.
ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedreom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, separate maid's room, gj-,
rage, unfurnished, in high, cool
locality in El Cangrejo, $110.,
Phana 2-0321 during office
hours and 2-3525 after office
hours. .... ;.;
FOR RENT: A two-bedroom
screened apartment in new
house. Living dining r o o m,
kitchen, garage, maid's room
with Bath, laundry perch; hot
water installation. Near Santua--'
rio Nacional, $95. Phona 2-0481
FOR RENT: Large and venti ventilated
lated ventilated apartments on 4th of July
Ave, T1-352 (facing entrance to
Quarry Heights). Inquire same
buildng 9 to 12 noon and 2 to 6
p.m. or phone 2-2037 anytime.
FOR RENT: Apartment, com completely
pletely completely furnished, 2 bedrooms,
balcony, living room, dining
room, kitchen, maid's room. No.
22-13, 45th Street, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Modem apartment
like chalet in Bella Vista, 48th
Street: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
living-dining room, maid's room,
hot water, $125. Inquire 47th
Street No. 17, to the left.
FOR RENT: $50, furnished
apartment, N a r t h American
jieighbors, frequent transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Phone 3.-0471.
FOR RENT!- Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms '(ana air-conditioned),
bar, living, dining
maid's rooms, kitchen, garage.
Calls Chile Ne. 41-46. Call 3 3-4398.
4398. 3-4398. FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Twa Chris Craft
145-hersepowor marina anginas,
dual controls, panels, automatic K
rwvojr to oiinr ypfr-.j
ating condition, see Aiaert sar-t
ton, Balbaa Yacht Club. K (
FOR SALE: Boat 18 -6" Ma Marine
rine Marine Plywood, sleeps twa;1 new
paint job, new 1957 18-hp. I I-.
. I-. vinruda motor used 18 hours.
. Ready to go, nothing else to buy.
Includes ( reds and reals plus
many extras. Boat "Louisa" at
Deck 33, Tarpon Club. $650.
Phene 3-2561, J. L. Suger.
Youngest Of Three
Dies 01 Hemorrhage
TM V Jan 12 iITPl Death has
taken the youngest of three small
children ahanrlnnerl In Grand Cen
tral Station Dec. 14 by Mrs. Irene
Pierce because sne couia not sup
The child, two-month-old James
L. Pierce, died Wednesday in Len Lenox
ox Lenox Hill Hospital of an adrenal
hemorrhage, an internal ailment,
after rleveloninff a sudden high
fever at the New York Foundling
Home, authorities aisciosea.
Jimmy, his brother, Victor, 5,
and sister, Sandra, 3, were found
in the terminal several hours after
they were abandoned. Their 23-year-old
mother, who was picked
n In JarnnvilTe. Fla.. a few
days later, told authorities she
thought sne was improving ner
children's chances of happiness by
un Pierre has been charged
with abandonment, pending action
by a grand jury, ane sam sne
brought the children here from
Witerhurv. Conn., after her hus
band had left her.
Closer US Collar
On British Lion
Predicted By Reds
MOSCOW, Jan. 12 (UPV-Sovlet
nredlrted todav that
American "control" over Britain's
foreign policy would increase as
a result ot Anthony Eden'a resig resignation
nation resignation as Prime Minister.
ia hir firt detailed comment
on Eden's move, the papers said
it resulted from a "deep crisis of
foreign policy," caused mamly by
the "inglorious fsihire" of tho iav
tervention in figypL ,-
SovieUkaya Ross La termed
Eden's resignation, "a blow
against the 'independent' policy
which England as -well as France
. sa Miuiurt ia the
Middle East, and which aroused
the ire of the Americans.'
"Now the Americana do not
conceal their joy at seeing their;
British allies left empty-handed,
the newspaper .ssid. "Now a cura curate
te curate American collar will be pot on
the British lton."
The Communist panv news newspaper
paper newspaper Privda said that President
f-iwnhcrwer's Middle East doe-
trine gsvo Eden "the final Wow
which threw ue nruiso sniuii sniuii-isU
isU sniuii-isU into a rage." ; -;i
Spend your Week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
tha Republic, with all conveni-''
ences. Moderate prices. 1 Tha -new
management is anxious to
Gramlich's Santa Clara i Beach i
Cottages. Modern 'conveniences,
' moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balbaa. 1 866.
PHILLIPS Occanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts. f:
phona Panama 3-1877, Cristobal L
Reserve NOW. inexpensive sat satisfying
isfying satisfying vacations Santa Clara
-Beach. Shrapnel's furnished -houses.
Phona Thompson, Baf-T
FOR RENT Furnished room,,
bath and entrance independent,
far ana person. Between 7-9
p.m. Phone 3-6046. 2nd Street,
Perejil (Temistocles Diaz Street)
No. 7r189, upstairs.
FOR RENT:-r-Rooms $20, $22,--50;
apartment 3 rooms $30.
Phona 3-0850, 2-1508.
LOST: Before Christmas in
Panama.. Ladies Hamilton wrist
watch, wide silver Wedding ring
inscribed "Ivonne-Bill 1-10-47,"
and a aolitalre engagement
rig, Reward, ne questions esk esk-ed.
ed. esk-ed. Return to Bass at Calla Juan
B. Sosa No, 13-A-I3. t i
LOST: Wrist watch with flexi flexible
ble flexible gold band, 8-day traveling
clock. Reward. Call 2-0975 aft aft-ar
ar aft-ar 5 p.m. Panama.
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$2,0f.N DOWN' PAYMENT Two hedrooms chalets at "La Pradera.". one block from'
$ M.N MONTHLY Via Espana, with excellent transportation services for
. 'ri f ' r 45 to the city; near commissary, drngxlore and post.
- 't office. Total price: Saao.N. r
V'CASA PROP! A $; A
3Sth Street East No. IS Across from the Ministry of Finance
half block from the "Panama" Hospital
; TeL J-1114 '-'
FOR RENT: Cottage at No, 18
. Uruguay Avenue; For informs"
tion phone 3-3305. 1
i FOR RENT: -bedroom chalet,
Domingo Dias Settlement (Inge (Inge-::
:: (Inge-:: genie)-. For information inquire
No. 65, Pueblo Nuevo. Phone 3-
FOR RENTt r Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 5-bedroom house, 48th
Street No. 19. Phone 3-3461.
' FOR RENT: Furnished 2-bed-
- room chalet, American couple,
't $65. No. 4 Samuel Lewis Street,
facing Vixkaina office. 3-2795. ''
FOR. RENT.- Suite, of air-conditioned
.'offices in comrnercial:
building No. 3-15 East 29th Sr.
t Apply Lindo b Maduro, S.A., -l
FOR RENT: Garage, Edificio
Som, 44th Street and Colombia
Street. Phone 3-0272.
Ten thousand squarh feet of office space op one
floor to oho or several,, parties 4rv nevy 'raodrn
building to be constructea In excel rent location With
ample parking area. Available for November 1957
occupancy. Willing to desigto'tenants'ipecifica desigto'tenants'ipecifica-tioris
tioris desigto'tenants'ipecifica-tioris on Jong term contract. Those interested write
P. O. Box 4292 Panama, K. P.
FOR TlESS THAN YOUR RENT EXPEtSSS
One bedroom chalets at
aining ana living room, porcn ana 4uw- sncicra
only $4,444.00, total price.
Land of 80fr meters at ;"La Transistmlca, 15 triiles frm
the city, with streets, -river. Very soon.-light and water
Two-bedrooms chalets at
' Via rorras, with a lovely dining and living; room,, kitchen
and smth. Total price: $5350.00. s r .
FOR SALE : House,; fully fur furnished,
nished, furnished, gas. stove, refrigerator,
.electric lights, plenty af water.
Near Gorgona Beach, $3500,
Phana 2-4474 Balboa.!
FOR SALE: Property, .house in
Pueblo Nuevo, 2866 meters of
land. Bargain. Pueblo Nuave No.
tRi'iv :,iV-V''i,,'!-''1 i -FOR
SALE OR RENTt 3-bed-room
house and large lot at 1 05
First Street Las Cumbree. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 25-3121.
FOR SALE: HURRYONLY
$544 down -payment,, one-bedroom
concrete chalet, 10th St.,
' Rio Abajo. $25 monthly. Price
$4,444. CASA pOPIA, 3 3-1114.,
1114., 3-1114., ; -!h:-..
- WANTED r Atlv salesmen
and women 1n inferior decorating
' line preferable, with; knowledge
of interior decorating. 5 Must
- know Spanish and ( English .and
own a car. For information apply
. "Deceraciones Roberto," Via Es Es-pafla
pafla Es-pafla earner with Via Porras.
10th Street,' Rio; Abajo 'Witb i
San trincutt, one mock from-.
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1957
THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE
TERRY AND THE PIRATES
cams from ttaeHiNsiotu alqubuc anser ovei? the
JVHILE, ACROSS THE PACIFIC- fPONT KIP ME, 5ER6EANT,
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OKAY, CAPTAIN UEE.'SHC'S
SHE'S YDUK PATwJr-:
FRECEXES AND HIS TR1ENPS
By MERRILL BLOS8SB
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN rNPFVENDENl DAHY NEWSPAPER
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: iuch .thrust and pirry exchange
, toAtv't example
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A wea7bu "the final food P
axrvn V lack of hearts
JreaslVabl, och and declarer
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if tntiLi ulark low diamond
' from tho dui my. East wlU ewer
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When a man sees ne la going
to bo home later for dinner, he
should telephone his wife to let
her know No wtf e likes to have
a' meal ruined that minht have
been iavd by a telephone, calL
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that for a dinner Hostess -wnj
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permitting East to take tha restl'-
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the defendint; aide ow let's see
how -. dec are? can parry mis
thrust. Tho corract play is to put
up the queen 01 aiamonaa irom
the dummy. East must win with
the see, since otherwise declarer
win later make a second diamond
trick with the king. J
Now., however. East- eannot
aafel continue r diamonds. If!
East returns the ; jack; of dia diamonds,.
monds,. diamonds,. South, csa win wUlu the
king and thus establish dummy's
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abandon the suit, and South tal
keep his king of diamonds to stop
ibe sit when it is next led. De-
clarA has time to knock out the
ace of clubs while be stin hss a
diamond stopper, and thus easily
! my. East wiu cover wh u.: j-v.. contract in no-
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Top Ten After
The ten leadinr amateurs at
the end of 45 holes of play in
,ihe Panama Open golf tourna tournament
ment tournament today were;
Anibal Galindo 220
Billy Watts 222
Herb Mitten 225
Norman Lewter 225
Jaime de la Guardia 226
Tom Connor 228
Dorsev Nevergall' 229
Don House .230
Earl Gerrans 230
Johnny MacMurray 230
Selected by Mamie,
Bui if is a Secret
NEW YORK, (UP) Mrs.
Dwight D. Eisenhower has selec selected
ted selected much of her wardrobe for the
inaugural festivities later this
ftionth. But the details are the best
kept secret on Seventh Avenue.
Millie Parnis, the first lady's
favorite designer of daytime and
informal dress-up clothes, revealed
that she consulted with Mrs. Ei
senhower this week and is making
"some of the things she will wear
during inaugural festivities." Sal Sal-ly
ly Sal-ly Victor, who makes most of Mrs.
Eisenhower's hats, also waS a
But both designers are pledged
not to discuss any selections made
by the first lady.
Miss Parnis included several
dresses of the "type Mrs. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower likes" In her spring show
Thursday for 2000 reporters in town
for the semi-annual fashion press
week. But since she couldn t be
specific, it left 200 reporters guess guessing
ing guessing which types the first lady may
Lebanese Leader In
With French Chiefs
PARIS, Jan. 12 (UP) Leban
on's pro-western Foreign Minister
Charles Malik today began a se series
ries series of top-level talks with French
leaders possibly designed to help
ease tense Franco Arabian ten
Malik, who arrived yesterday for
two conference filled days before
flying to United Nations debates
in Nerv York, concluded talks with
Egypt's President Gamal A b d el
Nasser earlier this week in Cairo.
Malik's visit marks the first cabi cabinet
net cabinet level contact between France
aqd an Arab country, since the
Suez Canal crisis.
The Lebanese leader met Presi President
dent President Rene Coty this morning and
then scheduled conferences with
Premier Guy Mollet and other of officials
ficials officials after a luncheon with re representatives
presentatives representatives of his own nation:
LONDON, Jan. 12 (UP) Mov Moving
ing Moving into 10 Downing Street, the
traditional home of the British
prime minister, will be a simple simple-and
and simple-and short-maneuver ior Harold
MacMUlan. As chancellor of the
exchequer, he has been living next
door at No. II.
Out Of Line
DETROIT, Jan. 12 (UPT Mrs.
Mary K. Barry has been placed
on probation and on a new tele telephone
phone telephone party line. Police said she
assaulted a woman, with whom
she shared a party line, after the
woman accidentally left the phone
off the .hook.
Sometirtet It't hush monev that
folks the loudect.
Weather Or Not
" Tail weather rMrt Ur Hit 24
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p4 fcv Ht MtMilical aa
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 11
?et tKe people
Negro Leaders Invite Ike Down To See
State Of Terror Reigning In South
ATLANTA, Jan. .12 (UP ) Sixty
Negro leaders, asserting that
state of terror prevails," urged
President Eisenhower today tbi
come South immediately and use
the "weight of his office to bnng
about south wide compliance with
The Negroes called for prest
dential help as the hurling of
"Molotov Cocktails" at a Chat
tanooga bus and a federal judge's
ruling against a Virginia segrega
tion plan, kept the South in racial
A statement issued after a two
day meeting of Negro integration
leaders from., nine states also
called on Vice-President Richard
Nixon to mak' a "tour of the
South" similar to the one he made
in Europe on behalf of Hungarian
The question of federal respon responsibility
sibility responsibility in the crisis should be
discussed by U.S. Atty. Gen. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Brownell and representative
of the Negro group, the leaders
Heading the Negroes was the
Kev. Martin Luther King, Jr.,
lejder of the year-long Montgom
ery, Ala., bus boycott whose
followers finally won vindication
when the Supreme Court over overthrew
threw overthrew Alabama Jim Crow seating
The group disclosed it had sent
a letter to the President asking
him to come South at once and
Solon's Start Drive
To Release Secret
WASHINGTON, Jn( 12 UP)-A
drive began today in both House
and Senate to open to the public
government records which are not
required by law or military ne necessity
cessity necessity to be kept secret.
Rep. John. E. Moss (D-Calif)
said he would introduce legislation
to eliminate the broad authority
claimed by federal agencies for
withholding non-security informa information
tion information from the public.
Moss said the need has been
shown in hearings conducted by
his subcommittee on suppression
of public i. formation.
Sen.1 Thomas C. Hennings (D (D-Mo),
Mo), (D-Mo), chairman of the subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee on constitutional rights, an announced
nounced announced he would introduce the
same legislation in the Senate.
Moss said the bill, if passed,
would place on federal agencies
the burden of proof that Informa Information
tion Information should be withheld on secur security
ity security or other grounds from the
"It is anticipated that this
amendment will result in the
courts taking a closer look at
rules and regulations restricting
information to determine if they
are in accord with congressional
intent,'' Moss said.
T. S. Eliot Wed
LONDON, Jan. 12 (UP) Amer-
ican born poet T, S. Eliot
ly wed his private secretary in a
pre-dawn ceremony yesterday In Intimate
timate Intimate friends reported today.
iney said the 68-yeas-old Eliot
married Calerie Fletcher, describ described
ed described as "about 30." at the pub
lishing firm of Gaber and. Faber.
" f ''- .1. ; (KEA Telephoto)
THEY GOT THEIR MAK Police officers In San Francisco atare contemplumislr-mt ex -convict
Thomas Hajirick frgihti, who was named as the. "second man" in the kilUn of a Can
Francisco polkeaergekntonDec.jp. a.
INDEPENDENT JilB DAILY : NEWSPAPER
fcnow tfie tr&K arid tfi&c
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY," JANUARY. It. 1957
make a major speech in a major
southern city urging ."air.. south
erners to abide by the Supreme
Court's decisions as the law of
the land." f
' "American citizens have "been
unjustly and brutally attached at
home," the letter si id, .referring
to the bombing1 of integration
leaders' house.., particularly at
Montgomery. "The maintenance
of law and order in the nation
finally rests. t directly upon the
"We therefore, urge you to' use
the weight of your great .tffice
to point out to the people of the
South the meal nature of the
problem faced at -home and
abroad by the unsolved civil
rights issues and the' violent
racial disorder that will arise
again and again until these issues
are solved," the letter slid.
Repeatedly the Neeroes stressed
the "terror" prevailing -in th
integration struggle flow golnl "on
across inosi oi uie aoutn. r
Even as the Neeroes: 'called
upon white southerners to choose
Between "anarchy and law."
new showdown was shaping up at
Tallahassee, Fla., which iswith
Montgomery has been one of the
main integration test centers.
Gov. Leroy Collins of Florida
revoked his emergency order
which suspended Tallahassee -bus
service on New Year s dy as a
safety measure. The city mean meanwhile
while meanwhile has adopted a new ordi ordinance
nance ordinance making bus drivers respon responsible
sible responsible for assigring seats so as to
provide maximum safety and
"health" for tue passengers.
This was seen in legal circles
as a means to continue segrega segregation,
tion, segregation, in effect, but the Rev.. C. K.
Steele, Tallahassee Negro integra integration
tion integration leader at the Atlanta meet meeting,
ing, meeting, said the Negroes planned to
ride where they pleased.
"I am happy that the buses are
again in operation and as long as
they remain non-segregated, we
have nothing to fight," Steele
said. But th moment it becomes
evident that the new city ordi ordinance
nance ordinance seeks to continue segre segregated
gated segregated seating, we will resist non non-violently."
violently." non-violently." In all their statements the Ne Negroes
groes Negroes at the Atlanta parley em emphasized
phasized emphasized "non-violence." The
motto shall be: "not one hair of
Fried Fsrd, or
LONDON, Jan. 12 (UP) -Out of
gas, ana petrol ration coupons,
Mrs. Alice Klouda decided to trv
whiskey as fuel when her auto
"The car. went like a bomb,"
she said, after driving it home
Love, Your Spell.
MOUNT HOLLY, ft J., Jan. 12
(UP) Earl Franks. 25. of
secret-Uflneentown, was cliarged with dis
orderly conduct and reckVss driv.
ins today after, police said,' he got
into a quarrel with his girl friend,1
threw a brick throngh her window,
then led police on a 15-mile high high-speed
speed high-speed chase wh! .h ended, when his
ear overturned. He was not hurt.
oner 5. white person shall
harmed." they said.
The Reverend King was named
chairman of a n e w southern
Negro 'eadersiiip conference to
pursue the Ngroes'u drives for in
tegration in various fields. He
predicted that tyis integration
would be. a reality before I960.
But the. conference, made no spe
cific plans for pressing Integra
tion in any particular, city.
No buses were running mean
while in Montgomery,, where
Thursday's series of ; bombings
prompted a cancellation of serv service.
ice. service. In lifting the bah on service
in Tallahassee, Governor Collins
said he was not endorsing the new
ordinance but felt that it should
provide, the basis 'for ''ultimate
solution- 1 oi rauanassee proD proD-lem.
lem. proD-lem. mxr
Actually, there hsffbten- no. In Integration
tegration Integration of buses In Chattanooga.
But the Southern I Coach Lines,
operators of city buses which also
run "i from the Tennessee- -city to
suburbs m i North Georgia, an announced
nounced announced early this -week-that the
last 'screens separating the 'races
had been, removed 'from the ve vehicles.'
Senator (alls For
Probe Into Recent
WASHINGTON; Jafl i., (UT)
called today for a. Senate Investi Investigation
gation Investigation into recent newsprint price
increases wnicn, n
working a hardsmp on we aid-
"potter said the Federal, Trade
Commission has expressed grave
concern" aboul tne a wu.
FTC Chairman Jonn w.
.nH the FTC staff, he said, "agree
with me that a public hearing is
in order to get to tne oouom oi
ili-v. t 11 Ik. aiH.
situation wnicn' n
dences of restrictive trade prac practices.":
tices.": practices.": ' ...
Potter asked Chairman warrrn
a. Mamuson (D-Wasn) oi xne
c t rammtrn Committee to
start the investigation immediate
"American newspaper, ?y ?y-aiw
aiw ?y-aiw the smaller ones face the
most serious repercussions as
result of this latest price rise,
Potter told Magnuson. aman
businesses are discovering iiai
their advertising budgets buy less
and less. This situation will lorce
manv of them to the wall unless
we ta keaction."
' Potter said Abitibi Paper Co. of
Canada recently said it would
boost the price of newsprint from
$130 to $134 a ton. Two other
large Canadian producers. Consol Consolidated
idated Consolidated and St. Lawrence, made
similar announcements two days
ago. ; -V:;-- v.' i
West German Jeeps
- BONN. 'Germany, Jan. U (UP)
A military expert charred today
that Jeeps of the ;new West Ger Ger-mp
mp Ger-mp army are poisoning troops
with their exhiust fumes. '!'
Erich Mende said in the free
Democratic PafVy'j Press Service
that soldier rWmt in eol
German-built jeeps are showing
signs of poisonintv The Jeeps burn
? mixture Of gasoline and oil
; PIT CHT,
be Negroes, however, had contin
uedjo file toward the rear for
seats with 'whites sitting up front
in the trcditional Dixie pattern.
About' midnight last night, .a man
crouching in a culvert hurled two
gasoline-filled bottles at' a Chatta
nooga bus near Kossvme, ua., a
Walker County, Ga., Sheriff
John Brock said driver Frank
Bailey reportet he was making
his final run "when the bottles,
which Russian guerrillas called
"Molotov Cocktails'." in World War
II,: were thrown, One hit the road
in "front of the bus and the other
bounced off the rear bumper with without
out without doing damage. Six or seven
white passengers were on the bus
at the time. ; f
In Norfolk. Va., meanwhile, U.S.
District Judge Walter E. Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman ruled that Virginia's new law
providing every pupil in. the state
is subject to placement in a par.
ticulir school is -unconstitutional
because it is "directly in the teeth
of 'the language of the supreme
- Hoffman denied motions for dis
missal of segregation suits against
tne Softool boards of Norfolk and
Newport News, Va. Attorneys, for
the school boards said the new
pupil-placement program offers
atimimstrttive 'remedies for Ne
gro plaintiffs before going into
leaerai court. The law provides
appeal first to the three-man state
placement board, then to the, gov
ernor ; and finally, to! t h e state
courts if the pupil assignments
are not satisfactory. ;
Manilestlv. the governor nf
Virginia (Thomas B. Stanley) ha
suggested that there shall be no
Integration of races in the nnhlir
schools of Virginia, irrespective, of
now siignt a may be," Hoffman
ine question remains; hn. Vl.
ginia how enacted a constitutional
ci wnicn i nen -aiierimlnatory in
nature and not in violaUon of the
Hth Amendment,?", he asked
Thn he said in compliance with
his oath of office he had; to answer
in ine negative.
u is my firm conviction.
Honmaa ruled, "that Virginia'
new law is unconstitutional.'!..
Atty. Geh. J. yndsay Almond
w Virginia saia "of course W(
wttl appeal" the Hoffm an i ruling
KNOXVTLLR Tn (irr
federal contempt trial of is whit.
persons charged with hinder-
ini racial inteffrafinn t rn.tw
Tenn.,. high school his been post
U.S. District Juds tnh.rt
TMlor.u0rderd th Postponement
wun me consent oi all parties
The trial was originally set ;for
It Was believed U.S. Dist Atty
jonn c. Crawford inuirht mnr.
time to prepare the covernmnt'
case. Crawford was quoted as say-
i r, a Tk u J 1
, .jiib uiuw i ieu explana explanatory.
tory. explanatory. That's ill wt wsat to say."
Oral arguments on motions,
pleas and other pleadings Was set
for May Zt.t U.S. attorneys were
given until Feb. 12 to submit
The delay could mean thit h
fore the II Anderson Countians go
on xnai, an appeal Dy secresa-
tionist John Kaipcr could be
heard in the U.S. Circuit Court of
Appeals in Cincinnati.
Kasper, a former Washington
book dealer,. wa sentenced ear
lier to. one year in prison for his
activities k connection with the
Clinton Integration riots. Court at attaches
taches attaches in Cincinnati have said his
appeal possibly could be heard in
- The defendants were arrested
fast month on warrants chareini
tnem.wnn violating judge Tay
lor's permanent injunction prohib
iting interference with peaceful
integration at Clinton.
Federal authorities rounded no
the defendants, two of them Wom
en, after rresa violence caused
the Anderson County School
Board to order the school closed.
The arrests climaxed a three-
montn wava of racial disturbances
that started when the high school
admitted Negroes Aai 27 under a
court order xsved by Taylor.
Chntoa Principal D. J. Brittaia
Jr. Thursday said there has been
m racial trouble In classrooms
since the arrests, t
.Car Hung. Oyer;
LONDON. Jan. 12 (UP) Mrt.
Alice Ktowda sail today she drove
her car home ea whisky when she
ran out of gasoline and had no
ration coupon left to bay more.
"The car -went like a bomb."
she said, "but as a mile can five
job quite a hangover." ...
At H idea Way
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 12 (UP)
Actress. Marie McDonald rested
in the seclusion of a secret hide
away today as police checked out
their first ; clue in the strange
The 1 33-year-old actress left
her horn, in nearby Encino
sometime yesterday -afternoon
with an unidenmiea iriena. v
The blonde beauty physician
said he ordered Miss McDonald
to take a rest because she was
"highly nervous and exhausted.?
Police in Anaheim, canity In
nearby Orange County had noti
fied Los Angeies ponce l uniei
William H. Parker two men who
may have abducted the actress
were seen there last Saturday,
a few hour after Miss McDon McDonald
ald McDonald was kidnapped from her
home. ; $ZJj r'::-'-M
' Parker had appealed to the.
public for Jnformat'on about
two "soot-sulted" men; appar-,
ently of Mexican descent;, who
bought turkey sandwiches
which Miss McDonald said she
'ate while a captive.
An unidentified Anaheim in informant,'
formant,' informant,' said two meri, answer
ing the actress' description
bought sandwiches at the Buena
Park drlve-m eariy gaturaay.
. 'Public help also was sought in
locating -s five-room house .were
Miss McDonald was hem captive
for 24 hours before being dump dumped
ed dumped in the v desert near Indio,
Calif more than .140 miles from
her home. -ifi
Parker said he and top offi official
cial official of the Los Anaelerf Police
Department went over the latest
reports yesteraay put arnvea ,a.i
Miss Mconald's trip to her
hideaway forced cancellation of
an appears-nee, 9n television last
night, she Intended to ask the
piiblic to help locate, her abduc abductors...,
tors..., abductors..., ..... ; -;.'
Hungary, How SlatQS
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y1, Jan
12 (UP) United .Nations re
presentative Philippe de Seynes
arrives today to report to Secret Secretary
ary Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold
on the results of his relief Inspect-
tion. visit to Hungary.
1 De Seyhes undersecretary lor
economic and social affairs -and in
charge of U.N. aid to Hungary,
headed, a four-man U.N. team to
Budapest for on-thepot. observa observations
tions observations and consultations ,on the re
lief needs of the, Hungarian' peo
ple. ; ?! jr
. The mission arrived in Buda Budapest
pest Budapest last Friday; It was tn first
official U.N. mission permitted
within Hungary since the free
' dm uprising. No advance an an-neyncemont
neyncemont an-neyncemont of the t ylslt was
.made at the rinoeit of the Com-'
muni it Hungarian regime. The
presence ef the U.N. miuin al alto
to alto was. kept, secret from the
Hungarian steeple d u r 1 n g Its
three dy,.vislt. .,
De Seynes and three other ; world
organization officials eenf erred
with puppet Premier Janos Ksdar
ana various other officials m ;an
effort to determine hdw U.N. aid
channeled through the internation
al Bed Cross can- JM distributed
most effective!" in the revolt-ton
nation. -: ; .
Unseal Ancona's ;
'Gallery .01 Dealh'-
ANCONA. Italy. Jan 1 ftrpi
Police today unsealed the "gal "gallery
lery "gallery of death" here and began
removing the bodies of -mere
than 400 persons -entombed when
bombs caved in the wartime air
raid shelter in 1943.
Authorities said snecial com
mission will be appointed t to?
to Identify the bodlea y The .re
mains will be turned over to
reiauvea for burial.
Victims included children from
two t nearby schools, convicts
from the Ancona tail and other
residents. The city was so heavi
ly bombed that-no attempt was
made at the time to open the
d Boca Council
Officers and member, olectml
to the executive eommltte of
the La Boca Civic Council for
1937 Jrave called a anecial meet
ing for Monday to Install them themselves
selves themselves in office. ; r -The
meetint- was called trrthe
atoup. headed bv president-elect
Christopher K. Haywood, because
Fio now tne outgoine officers
the council have failed to call
. meetlne for the installation of
the men elected by th people
of La Boc on Not. L
Army, She-Sarge js: Zone Rarity;':.
But Visiting- Firegal Enjoys ;Tourt"
Members of the Women's Army
corps are strangers in the Canal
Zone since 4he WAC unit was in-!
activated some three years ago.!
This is the reason why. WAC Sp-1
Barbara-Hauffmen,-' now on leave
in. Panama, is attracting so much
Specialist Hoffman, is stationed
at the Brnnklvn Armv Terminal.
Brooklyn, N.y, Her job fn the. pas
senger traffic division is, she said,
"to create goodwill between civi
lians and the military."
i In more specific terms, her job
entails insuring that passengers,
whether traveling "troon class" or
"cabin class," get together witn
visiting relatives and friends when
ships embark or debark at the
terminal. : 1 J
I During Specialist Hoffman's
'13 yere ef Army Service, she
ha spent much of her time tour tour-ing
ing tour-ing .various- parts Of Europe and
now the Caribbean.
While stationed at Bemerhav-
e4, Germany with the army of
occupation from i47 to ww, sne
toured all of Great Britain Eng England,
land, England, Ireland and Scotland, the
Benelux nations the Netherlands,
Belsium. and Luxemburg, and the
Scandinavian countries; with the.
exception of Finland.
SnM11iKt Hoffman also toured
Spain, Italy, France, Austria and
Eastern Germany;- Most remem remembered
bered remembered about these particular trips
were her audience with the Pope
t h Vitiran in Rome and her
trip to the: French; Riviera oh; the
' While touring Eastern-Germany,
she visited the palaces w h ere
Frederick the wean lavismy en
tertained his guests. .-
Having e picture taken with
Russian guard mv lest -Berlin
wai net much ef "a problem fn
1947. Specialist Hoffman said, "Ji
would like to try and get away
with that now."
lUt Hoffman in 1956 spent
. t aitvtf i 1
six days touring -S-Vi 'A"
mi.a riH van nan. ine uiiiTcignj
u" ;j- i k. i."
Of Puerto K1CO ana- rounusj f
i i .nn nh onrt tft ine Oilier.
. in p.nma th has covered the
Isthmus,; -visiting -the Army ins-
tions of Mirsflore Locks in the
ii-.Jii r-.fl.lis She Jias, toured
Panama 'City anfl was particular particular-ly
ly particular-ly impressed hy the Church of the
Golden Altar. V
Her immediate plans for the
rest of her stay rin. the ; area in-
elude a trip W ..rjf,.??
Panama and ossibl to Costa IIV
ea beforfe,her leave expc.
Magloire To Leave
VtiPV Gen. Paul E. Msgloire,
iYled President of Hltir .will
il T nr France' next week, 8v-
u... I. w. re-
ing up H exue -t
' '.iMi tn Mseloire said
v. ,H Hecided against asking the
Jjmaican governmeht;fpr- Pf'-J
Snt vuf. in prder to.saverit
from embarTssment, h '. .i
ifdlo have point
ed, out that thi present Haitian
g wernment feels thst his stay in
nearby Jamaica might mean -an
attempt to return ro "'"O-""
and take the government hack in
to his hanas.
. ft..i:fi. Jamalean sources said
hhst If Magloire does not leave for
Frsnce, the Jamaica govern
may decide to limit his-stay here
but thst at the present, he remains
ih Jamaica on ah unlimited visa.
-Magloire -hai made no pubUc
appearancea-ince his arrival -on
Dec. 13, not even whenr his broth broth-.i.i.
.i.i. broth-.i.i. the nresent: Haitian Am-
bassador to wssnragum muM
2lepherin came in last maayf
Zepherin was met instead b y
Madame MSgron-e. x
Nomial Del very
Promised Princess 4
' TWONACO. Jan. 12 (UP) A
spokesman for Prince Rainier. an announced
nounced announced today tht Princess
Grace is expected tp bear- her
babv around. Jan. ?5. r
The apokesman, Emile Comet,
said a' Uading French gynecol gynecol-oeit
oeit gynecol-oeit made- a complete examina
tion of the Princess after he
arrived here J e s t e rd a y, from
- "The Princess is 'in good
health." the snokesmen sM "v"
pregnancy is perfectly normal ana
she should have a perfectly nr-
bnl delivery, .too", around the
25th ef January." .,--
Swinq Kinq Shrugs
Off Elvis Presley :
TOKYO. Jan. 11 fUP 'Benav
Goodman, '.the, ''King of Swing,"
today described rock 'n 'roU Rlvis
Preoley at "just one of .those
ftnodmsa, who Is starting a
week of concerts, here, Said he
doubted that rock 'a 'roll music
has corrupted American youth.
"It's up to the people to decide
whether any kind oi music will
UsU" he saisL
If S I-
Iiiim i nimi iwy wi-ii hikhw r
ori t Hauf fman,
now on leave- in -Panama; from
her duties, with, the passenger
traffic division at Brooklyn Ar Army
my Army Terminal. Brooklyn N." Y.
(U.S. Army PHoto)
CHERRY POINT, Jan.v (HP)
Seventeen Marine military pdliee
men were held .in the "brig' her
without" charges todajC .'pepding
completion; of an Investigation :o
alleged misconduct .with a 17-year
old girl 6o probation from stats
training: school. . I
w A spokesman 7or the' Marine air
station said 16 of ;the Marines
were implicated by the first mspr'
whd was arrestel, i Wednesdsy
morning. -The girl," meanwhile,
was returned to the state training
school for girls af Samarcand,
N.C., for parole violation.
' f The Igirh was hpiievWtb have
vuueu uit ur siauon ai least iour
times. suDoosediv as guests of Ma
rines stationed there, -The spokes
man saia tne Mrs an nad been
off duty af the time 'of .her "vis "visits."
its." "visits." .K.yT&pi V;&' '.
' The spokesman added that he
did not know when the investiga investigation
tion investigation would be' completed. Names
of the Marines were withheld.-
. Sheriff Hueh SaHef aM mean
while that the girl, identified only
as a native of Beaufort, N.C. had
surrendered oluntarilv to- County"'
Welfare SupV T: Georgie.. hughes,
and that; She had been.: returned
to! Sa'tnarcand.'where-sbe. report
edly .was -an 'inmateA-i'for a "year
JliiM-.Hugherca'itf she puld not
discuss, the cse. 'iJ v.',:
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