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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, JANUARY' 14, 1957 5
Fin CENTS

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Poachers Bag, Sell
Barro Colorado
Specimens For meat
ThreY poachers who have been shooting valuable
;; zoological' specimens on Barro Colorado Island and selling
: them for. meat in Panama City have been caughl ; and
- jailed. ; l
' Fdr some months, deer and other animal specimens
have been disappearing from the Canaf Zone Biological
Area In Catun Lake.
In some cases there was evidence the animals had

been 'slain,, but poachers

- The wild-life refuge on Barro
Colorado is world famous for its
scientif ic contributions to knowl knowl-'
' knowl-' edge of the lives of an-1,?'
birds and insects. It Is under
' toe direction of the U-S. Depart-
: TarrttSnt natural naturalist
ist naturalist C D. Koford told Canal Zone

-i on me isiauu, r
" against trespassers.
At 1:15 P.m. a police nn't
, from Gatun discovered a well-
stocked hanters'
Shannon, Trail on the south
end of the Island. Some 15
minutes later the discharge of
a '.12 rifle was heard.
. ,i l i j i. tv, iinriareTOWtn.

and presently. aw man com to

the camp "M.nti "M.nti-dead
dead "M.nti-dead buck. It was later JdenU
, fled as a red deer, and a rare
8PPoHctnat once arrested th
hunter. Joaquin Juartjo. 33 a
Panamanian farmer who resides
in Mendoza, R. P. ..
1 jusavlno told the cops that
v twd friends with whom he had
4 been huntinst for: a couple .of
rf" days had rone Into Panama City
.. to sell the conejo and wUd pig
ri (agouti thev.had killed.
utr learned f n e

S' pair took the toeat ty caywco

For Pclit Urccny,
He Side Underwear

'. ''I Party, .tne reports saia, non-
' Theft of an undershirt and a;Russlan communists might not

, Vlr of drawers valued H-1S
iietted 15 days In jail when Ju Ju-r
r Ju-r ho sanUmaria, 17, Panamanian,
; was tried In Balboa Magistrate s
Court tor petit larceny
f Santamaria also received a
suspended sentence on a second
petit larceny charge and an-
. other suspended sentence on a
charge of loitering.
He had a previous record of
" three convictions of petit iar-
. ,-ee22J '-.-ji VkiVt nA drawers

were stolen from Pearl Brown of

Quarters 32is,-EniP" oc,
v Santamaria was also con con-7
7 con-7 vlcted of Uklng two sports
i shirts and a hose complete
with. Bowie from Joseph W.
W,. Jr.. of house 004Z-B,
Anceiw The property was Tal
ned allt. Imposition of sen-

The loitering occurred, at

House 0809 Planlt fitrect.
" 3 Youlhi Drown,
; One is Critical
"Following Mishap

' Jrrmin1n Tlctim WSS

. the drowning oi ior" oy T

ho swam to ine iy'
. . rti -Arm V,t IVl fl
gins at -- :ul,
tii, mm who Is suu
- i ho ued boaU to approach

tbem when they were caught m
a strong current where the Pie Pie-.
. Pie-. Cra river runs Into the
The Spaniards, Je Aibertl,
Lino Rosados and Mn.y'
gas Santiago, were buffetted
and pull dow by th current
as they swam to the rescue of
tbe-lwe girls.
. The bodies of all three were
tecovered. the last one this
morning. J ..-
New Zealand Ship
Docks At Balboa ?;
To Unload Butter

Docking today from New Ze-I
land u the AUieaic woica win ov overnight
ernight overnight in Balboa to .permit un unloading
loading unloading of 4,200 boxes of butter

for Importers in Panama.
Ob shore leave will be the 57
pitengert ea route to London.
- The Atbenic is due for Borta Borta-.
. Borta-. bound transit tomorrow. C
ent.

W. Andrews A Company
the aieaU. .-.... ......
are

previously eluded capture

to Gatun where they caught a
out lor tne capital cny.)
,." At. ft1K n m rsnMom auorht. Art.
tonio Rodriguez, 36, and Narcisjj
Medinas, .16, as: they returned to
IRodrigues lives in Laguna; Me
am as in Menaoz. :
shnr.pnn and was nahhed while
jacklighting.
,; in trisiooai ; magistrates
Court today, Jusavmo and Ro Ro-driguez
driguez Ro-driguez received jail terns
totaling 50 days eachr They
were riven 30 days for trespassing-,
10 days for hunting
without a license, and 10 days
for jaeklightlng.
sentence for trespassing. I
juage l. r. raiteiman or
ArA th rnnftsfo tlnn nf All
firearms seized in the raid. t
Chou Behind Drive
To Make Khrushchev
Premier Of Russia n
UDNDON, Jan.. 14 (UP)Dip-
aUUJLSVV UUVMVW vtmii
Chiit'at taaou En-lai today be be-tiuia
tiuia be-tiuia move, w ,hlIt bwiet
Communist boss NlkitA Khrush Khrush-pheu
pheu Khrush-pheu irt t.d "the TDremltrShtflT'e:
Russia to make WO easier i or
Communists outside -Russia. j
with whmshnh tiomlnailv
vsa nt tha Soviet vnvernment
rather than of the Communist
be criticized for Soviet actions
like the Hungarian intervention.
Choii was in Moscow last week.
He Is now visitina; Poland and
win return to Moscow alter this
'week for further talks. j
Reports, of tne Knrusncnev-for-premler
campaien first came
from a communist capital in
Eastern Europe. They we re
otrengthened by official reports
from a western embassy In Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow. VrHvov'' k i',rV-
The
Judge's Bench
Driver William ; Laurence
Kitchen, 21 an American sol soldier,
dier, soldier, was fined $10 in Balboa
if..i.)rt, rnnrf t.nHv for fa.il
A1,1DII,BH.W VWk.. w J
ure to yield right-of-way to a
pedestrian.
- Rogelio Edwin Alfaro, 41. Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian was fined 110 for
naHln n mnh in a 20-Tnlle
zone at Ft Amador, plus anoths
er $10 lor navmg no operator a
. TTriah Allen. 32. Panamanian.
was fined $15 for overtaking a
vehicle in an improper manner.
am rtrfvlnap BSOlln trUPk
which was involved In an acci
dent ,' i i.
o.rlnn. vravarva fiamaniecro
20, Panamanian, wsi fined $10
for having no ODerawr s ucca.
plus another $5 for having a load
which nun ou more uia i
feet from his vehicle.: ",..,.
.Mexican Soviets
Aren't Pfnn"inq
Guatemala Ouster
r.iTATEMALA CTTY. Jan. 14
f UP President Carlos Castillo
iim,i iui ntntr oniciau iconea
pannrt that Oimmunist
refugees in Mexico plan to at
ivuu r . k
tempt aa invasion ot ixusiemaia.
t .....
"Tfi fmmunixta Mf "have
less chance th ever of regaining
power," ; Castillo said. v "The
oHimnt t4 tha naat two
years have raised the standard of
living of v the workers and ue
peasants they are intent only on
the task of building a new life."
TVa iiinwr Prrnia of
Uexico Citv reported Moodv that
i km refugee force, tinancea oy
international communism" and
led by ousted Interior Minister
Aufusto Charnxud MacDonaW.j
was takuig shape along Mexico sj

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Tough Guy Bogle
Loses Last Bout;
vV;..-,:' 5;.-'i'.t "i"." :'-';' : '"(
Against Cancer
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 1 (LP)
Actor Humphrey Bogart,
veteran movie tough guy and
one of Hollywood's most color colorful
ful colorful characters, died of cancer
today with his wife, actress
Laureen Bacall, at hfa side,
.;Vi,'i .V1' 4..!-'. 'V;
The actor succumbed at 5:10
a.m.. Dr. Maynard Brandsma
said.
A" spokesman for the family
said ,funeral services would be
conducted Thursday.
His sole Immediate survivor is
his sister, Frances Rose Bogart.
; 'Bogart was still talking to
everybody Saturday night." Dr,
Brandsma said. "Sunday morn morning
ing morning he went Into a coma. He
went to sleep and just didn't
wake up." J,;k
"Early this morhlnf he' took s
deen breath and died.' ah'
The doctor said Bogart was -a
victim v. speouicaiiy or carsi carsi-noma,
noma, carsi-noma, a general spread of the
original cancer.
Brilain Unemployed
Tons Job Vacancies
(343,000 Vorkless)
LONDON. Jan.' 14 JP For
the first time for nearly three
years the,' number or Britain's
unemployed has exceeded the
numbeT ot available Jobs.
Published figure' for Decem
ber', 1956; snow that 297,000 were
unemnlove on December 10. ex-
ceedtotheuiurdbeiflt-weftftt-
lobs lor their firsts time '. since
March. 1954.:. rA,i.-. aa,
At this time there ipere 2S9.
000 vacant i jobt and 343 000
unemployed ." ;.;,v.t
Britain's largest post-wap un
employment -i was during the
March 194? fuel crisis when
there were 773,000 unemployed
and only 935,000 vacant jobs.'
During: November. December
last year the number of unem unemployed
ployed unemployed Increased by 32,000 while
vacancies decreased' by 21,000.
Biggest -. fall in -employment
during the year was in the mo motor
tor motor industry which employed 1, 1,-254,000
254,000 1,-254,000 in' November. 1955 and
only 1,217,000 In November last
year.--' a-.:m ?,.-..
- Nevertheless fBritaln's unem unem-Dlovment
Dlovment unem-Dlovment at the end of the year
was still only-1.4 per cent of the!
working population, an increase
or .4 per cent over uecemoer,
1955.

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OCT-TODD IN G HOLLYWOOD'S Mike Lj this around-the-wofld-er.
WhUe It is taking Mishrilal Jaiswal more than 80 days, he
is managing to visit more territory than the Hollywood di director
rector director did for his world-circling film ("Around the World in
80 Days," In case you've not heard). Jaiswal will leave Pan Panama
ama Panama In "three, four" days for Costa Rica, then the States, via
. the Pan American Highway. ..

Bills Before Congress Aimed
At Upping Federal Annuities

Several bills have been Introduced In the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives to increase the Civil Service annuities for federal em employes
ployes employes who retired before Oct. l, 1956. : ? ;
Many of the measures more or less duplicate each ether.
One bill which, would increase parts of each annuity by
from 10 to 30 percent per annum has been Introduced by Rep.

unanes A. Buckley (d-wij.
In addition to the several hun
dred retired U.S. citizens on the
Isthmus who would benefit If
the measure passes, it would
also raise the annuities of a
considerably larger number of
Panamanians and other non-U.
S.-citizens .who are retired un under
der under the Civil Service Retirement
Act. These people are retired
employes of the armsed services.
In general, the purpose f the
bill is to bring the annuity and
privileges of tliose who retired
between Aug. 20, 1920, and Oct.
1. 1956. more into line with law
enacted last summer extending,
various benefits to those whoi
went on the
retired rolls after
Oct. l, 1956.
Rep. Buckley's"' bill,' HR-98,
reads in part: i v"
"That (a) (l) I the annuity of
each individual who, prior to
Ost. 1, 1956, was receiving or en
titled to receive an annuity from
the civil service retirement apd
aisaDimy iund snail, in addition
to any increase in such annuity
neretoiore provided bv law. be
further Increased, effective on
the effective date of this Act. or
on the commencing date of the
annuity, wnicnever is later, in
accordance with the following
schedule! V
Oct.' 1. 1955. "ajCa '4 ''''
and prior to ri s'a,.
". rr' A"Hf '. AimoH'
If Annuity .trim- not In m-ln nrro
FncRe4 aav
attort
S15M half nhall M
be im
Inereucd
Oct! 1, 1956
Oct. 1. 1954.
and prior to
Oct. 1, 1955
Oct. 1. 1953. ;
and prior to
Oct 1, 1954
and prior to
Oct. 1, 1952,
Oct. 1. 1953
and prior to
Oct. 1, 1951,
Oct 1. 1952
Aug. 20,1920, :
and prior to
Oct. 1, 1951
25-
10
26
27
10
28
10
29
10
30'
10
paragraph (1) of this subsection
paragraph 1 of thlsg ubsection
shall exceed $750 per annum for
any individual or be computed
on any part of the annuitv pur
chased by voluntary contribu-
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tions. The monthly installment
of each, annuity jo, increased
shall be fixed at the nearest
dollar. .v
"(3) The increase in annuity
provided by; paragraph (1) of
this subsection, when added to
the annuity to which such indi individual
vidual individual Is otherwise entitled un under
der under the civil service retirement
laws, shall operate to Increase
the annuity to which each sur.
vivor of such annuitant is oth otherwise
erwise otherwise entitled under such laws
as such survivor and shall be
added to such survivor' annuity,
exceot that the annuity of each
aurvivina; child shall not exceed
at any one time a sum equal to
the ouotient obtained bv divid
ing $1,200 by a number eoual to
the number of .children then
currentlv receivin annuities.
. "Rfp t The limitation
contained in the next to the Ikrt
sentence of section 8 (d) (1) or
the Civil Service Retirement Act
Of May 29, 1930, as amended, as
enacted by the Act. of Aug. 11,
1955 (69 Stat. 692; Public Law
369, Eightyrfourth. congress,
shall not be effective on and
after the effective, date of this
Act. V
"b) On and after, the effective
date of this Act ?
Vdl each Increase in annuity
pVpvlded bysubsection (d) (1)
Of section 8 f the Civil Service
Retirement 'Act of May 29. 1939.
as amended,, as -enacted toythe
Act ot Avg.v.lU 1955, 'hen add added,,
ed,, added,, prior to the anp'iration. of
the increase provided by the
first seetion of this Act,- to the
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Gabriela Mistral's
Body Due Here
On MATS Plane
..
Air Force officials said today
they expect the body of the late
Oabriela Mistral, the Nobel
prizewinnlng Chilean poet, to
arrive here tomorrow aboard a
MATS plane from Charleston, S.
C. It is- due to leave Charleston
at 2 a.m. ,-.
Here it will be transferred ei
ther to a Chilean Air Force
plane or a U.S. military attache's
plane for the flight to Chile. f
A devoted follower of the late
Mohandas K. Gandhi, bicycling
around the world on a modern modern-day
day modern-day Odyssey of one world peace,
1 in Panama today.
But to Mlshrlcai Jaiswal, new
countries are old stuff. He's
been in 'em all from Austria
to Zanzibar.
His bicycle travels cover 70,-000-plus
miles, and he has trav traveled
eled traveled another 300-odd miles by
air and another 14,000 by ship.
He will be in PanamA Tislt Tislt-lng
lng Tislt-lng Indian friends, he says
for another three of 'four days.
Then, it's off to Costa Rica.
: Eventually, after travelling up
the Panama American nignway
and stopping in each country a-
long the way, ne piana to re
visit the United States. -
OA his first visit to the States,
Jaiswal was greetea by Fresi
dent Eisenhower and Secretary
of States John Foster Dulles
nearlv two years ago.
Other heads of state greeting
him Include Haiti's former pres president.
ident. president. Paul Maeloire. Austria's
prime minister, Trinidad's pres president.
ident. president. On. Rafael Trujillo, boss
of the Dominican KepuDiic, ana
the tovernor of Tanganyika.
Altogether, he has collected
over 4000 photograph over the
Asia, Europe, central and south
America, and Africa (for use in
a. future book) and about 140
medals (for use In his future
memorv library);
It's obvious he Is from India.
Dressed in his white muslin
chunldar a Jamas, tight at the
snkles, his Gandhi can of mus
lin, his blue ktrrta Jacket, and a
buttonleas, tail-out law bar
iacket (modeled Dy inaia s prime
Minister Jawaharal Nehru), he
is the picture of the ad-agency
Indian.
He has worn the uniform in
cold weather of Canada and the
tronica of Panama. Its warm
enough." he explain, "or It's
cool enough.''
Amont- his travels, be has sur
prised lions (but they were peace

Until Wed. (?)
TV Sets Dark
OnGoldcoast
CFN-Televlsion service on the
Atlantic side of the isthmus will
probably be Interrupted for sev several
eral several days, Headquarters USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB announced today. It is
hoped that, service can be re resumed
sumed resumed by Wednesday provided
replacement parts arrive.
The Army said a major com component
ponent component had failed in the micro microwave
wave microwave system that transmits,
the television signal across the
Isthmus.
The replacement .component
has been requested by an emer emergency
gency emergency requisition to the United
States. It is not available locally.
Every effort is being made to
repair the defective equipment
here pending the arrival of new
parts. Service will be restored as
soon as possible. '
Due to trouble with the com com-Donent.
Donent. com-Donent. there was virtually no
television service on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side Friday.
However, service was restored
on Saturday and Sunday by use
of emergency measures.
The component finally failed
completely after the end of the
telecasting schedule Sunday
night -.' v a, :
Schullr Hollen
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. Li. GOV. H.'W. Schull, Jr., and
John D. Hollen, chief of the ca canal's
nal's canal's executive planning staff,
left by plane -for.' New York yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning to attend A
seminary of the American Man
agement Association.
; The' seminar, to be attended
by leading figures In private in industry
dustry industry and government work,
will be held Monday, Tuesday
an d Wednesday in the AMA
headquarters. The central theme
of the seminar is advancement
management and control.
The lieutenant governor plans
to spend a day in the New York
office and return to the Canal
Zone next Friday. After :,the
close of the seminar Hollen will
go ot the Canal's Washington
office for a brief official busi
ness trip and return to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus next Saturday.
loving, he adds), been kid kidnapped
napped kidnapped Ijy four Africans in a
World War I truck (they, too,
we're peace-loving, he remem remembers),
bers), remembers), and has accumlated 24
proposals of marriage., ;
Since he Is a widower of three
years, he is eligible, but he has
ienored the proposals most
of them by letter from wom women'
en' women' in France, England, Russia.
Sweden, Poland, Austria,- East
and West Germany, and the U.
S. '
His most recent proposal came
s he stopped in the Dominican
RenuDiic.
He travels alone. When lan language
guage language difficulties occur, as they
do in places like Tanganyika.-he
eitner uses sign language or
pedals furiou-ly. . 7 :i
But in most places, he gives
talks before groups on the' nec necessity
essity necessity of brotherhood -("not
Communism,1" he points out),
usually through an interpreter.
Last night, minus the middle
man. Jaiswal spoke to the In
dlan colony in Colon, v
He began his tour in -Aoril.
1S52. but only with the idea of
traveling throughout India
After leaving his Cooch 2ehar
(that s near Calcutta) home
where he was a school Inspector,
he changed his mind. His wife
died two years later, but he was
so fsr from home dldn return
for the services.
YaThlnk Pcnamd
Mail Is Delayed?
LONDON, Jaa. 14 (CP) Soviet
Delegate Nikolai Kalinia wired
the Europe aa committee of the
International Amateur Athletic
Federation that be could not at
tend its meeting here today be because
cause because the invitation had reaches
him "too Jate." 1
It was cxteaded ia IKS. 1

MungaryinShaclou
Of Firing Squad, ;
, '' ..''-' J. i'' ... k i,'
Hangman s Moose

VIENNA, Jan. 14 (UP) A new Red reign of terror
was threatened in Hungary today where workers faced
death by execution for opposing the Communist regime.
' In a ruthless move that virtually abolished the tight,
to strike, the Janos Kadar regime threatened rebellious

workers with summary death sentences and let up kan kangaroo
garoo kangaroo courts to help military tribunals mere out swift
"jusHce.''..-j f "f
Thd decree placed almost every Hungarian man, wom

an and child under the shadow ot the hangman s noose pr

the tiring squad s ritles.
. it imposed the death punish punishment
ment punishment for anyone instigating a
strike, damaging installations,
e n t e I ing government owned
plants without permission and
"disturbine the ; activity of a
factory by his : presence or by
any other, means."
Special courts will be set up in
all provincial capitals.
They will be made up of one
judge and. two Jurors.
To aDeed the trails, prosecu
tors will not have to submit
charges in writing. :m
U.S. Free La n ee
Phbtbg's Arrest
BUDAPEST, Jan. 14 (UP)
Hungary's government today
admitted that American free freelance
lance freelance photographer Georgette
Dickey-Meyer-Chapelle Is under
arrest in Hungary.
The Hungarian government
Informed the American legation
here of Mrs. Meyer-Chapelles
arrest, a spokesman of the Lega
tion saia.
Washout
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 14 (UP) (UP)-Heavy
Heavy (UP)-Heavy rainfall here washed out
the weather bureau's forecasts to
day. Rain leaked into a teletype
cable and baited transmission o.
forecasts to radio and television
stations and ; newspapers.
Behar
He intends' to return home
next January.
He has a. visa and a passport
good anywhere he has been in
the world except Colombia.
When he crossed from Venezue Venezuela
la Venezuela into Colombia, he was denied
tourist privileges, so he camel
here by airplane.
He travels light, too. The only
thing with rim Is a bed roll tied
on the bike, a racer type, and
one or two changes of clothing.
For money, he depends on In Indian
dian Indian consuls. Plus the 3000 ru rupees
pees rupees (about $600) he had when
he left India.
None of the 24 nroDOsals had
travel money with them, he adds.
Dates Set For
Civic Council
Talks With Potter
Date for the conferences of
Gov. Potter with Civic Council re
presentatives from both Unite
States and Latin American com communities
munities communities this month were an announced
nounced announced Monday at Balboa Heights.
Both conferences in January will
be open to the public.
The meeting with Civic Council
""nresentatives from United State
resentatives f r 0 m United
States towns will be held St 4:30
Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 22.
The January conierence fin
Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 22.
The January conference wiu
Latin Americas Council represen
tatives will take place at 4:30
Wednesday afternoon, Jaa. 23, in
ne music room of the raraiso
High ScbooL
The agenda for both meetings
will be made up of Mens present
ed by the individual Civic Council
presidents after tbey have ba
given consideration in the various
communities.

Foreign Minister ;
Of Hungary Said
To Be Rahitf fdf
kAPFENBERG-Aastria''! ; Jan.''
14 (UP-Imre Horvath Jr. 30, so,,
oi Hungary s foreign mimrer.
said today his father, Ir a yed-in-the-wool
Communist who
shrugged off, the ; "liquidation'" of
hwredS' M.nt 't:uPtrr1"n
by the Re , .mr" : r-
, Young Horvath, ; bis -divoreed
wife and their son, Sandor, 4,
were among the-160,000 Huagaiv
ians who fled to Austria. He is
now working in a steel plant aear
the Kspfenberg re fu gee camp
while he- awaits permission to so
10 aweaen.. .. jv
"I could have had a pleasant
life in Hungary if I had followed
my father's political opinions, hut
I preferred freedom of thoughts &1
I fled," he said.
"I ; never agreed with my f
ther. We had bitter political ,r 4
ments. He is a f dyed-in-the-w j
Communist, who spent most of f
pre-war years in Hungarian Je s
along with Matyas Rakosi and 6;4
er Stalinists." . j
"I used to tell my father ibty.
there was unrest in the, factorit4
but he wouldn't listen to mef e'
said. "I bad the impressioa'.'ii
and other Communist leaders it' J J
not care very much whaf. 4iS
workers thought...
"I was especially shocked.whpn
I talked to him about the ftMnf
Laszlo Rsjik (s former fdreitrn
minister who was purged and ex executed
ecuted executed by the Reds in 1949." i
"i said everybody in Hungary Hungary-knew
knew Hungary-knew that scores of innocentpeo
pie were being tried and executed.
He replied: 'It is better to liquid
date hundreds of innocent toeopel
than to let one guilty person re remain
main remain in the party." 4
Roommate Hassle
.1
Ends in Courtroom
A mlxup between roommates
in La Boca bachelor quarter.
ended in Balboa Magistrate's
when Israel Theophulua Hinds.
38. Panamanian, was found
guilty of intoxication. ....
Hinds was fined $10 and given
a 15-day jail term suspended.
The suspension was given on
the condition that he repay lis
his roommate, Elliott Forde.
Hinds was found pot guilty on
a petit larcenv charge in .con .connection
nection .connection with the $15.
The confusion apparentr a a-rose
rose a-rose about buying some liquor.
England Charges'
'Wealthy Widows
Defendant In Tnal
EASTBOURNE. England. Jan.
CUP) The prosecution cnarg-a
today that bachelor doctor Jorn
Bodkin Adams murdered one of
his wealthy widow clients with
poisonous drues. '
Prosecutor Melfora Stevens.
opening the preliminary hearing a a-sainst
sainst a-sainst toe 57 year old doctor, se i
that Adams- "ad ministered. rr
caused to be administered," dn'.
whkb killed Mrs. Edith Alice M
rell, 81, "on a day in November
Adams at the time had eert 'S:r
the caiut of Mrs. Morrells
aa cerebral thrombosis, .



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Sir:
Wow that the gay, yuletlde season has passed and the
present year is but a newborn, I meditate in awe upon the ut utterly
terly utterly bitter manner some people make Mbeir existence. -,
How cruel and cold their heart must be, until their whole
body is but only frozen flesh clinging to their wretched bones.
1 -refrain from remarking about their sick mind as I do not en enjoy
joy enjoy disparaging even the lowest dog.
t They have no spirit, no common community purpose, no
concrete belief, nor do they try to tolerate or understand the
actions of normal human beings their neighbors. How much
more pleasant life would be if they could be purified by a sim-

tie process of emulation.
3 I embark herewith to give you some instances ol unbrother unbrother-lyJ
lyJ unbrother-lyJ deeds performed by people who habltate near and around
What is popularly called my quarters.
h Upon returning from midnight' mass on Christmas Eve, a
irrtjup of my friends and I proceeded to enjoy a feast we had
1 rxepared to celebrate the birthday of our beloved Christ. Chrisw Chrisw-Jnaa
Jnaa Chrisw-Jnaa carols were being played In His honor and the air was
jubilant and electric with joy.
But lo and behold, the American gestapo, summoned by
s&ne un-Christian neighbor, came and put a stop to our rejoic-
Iffi' I substitute "gestapo" for MP's against my will, but the
manner this MP conducted himself up the stairs to my second
story penthouse could not possible exemplify the honorable
Creed for which an American could be proud. ;
v Seeing a group of approximately lo people, he demanded,
Are you having a party?" Shocked, I could only reply with a

jhoaest "yes, however, since- tnen I have tnougni 01 many
mi... t i4 hin coiri hud T ripdreri tx- hp recalcitrant.

' f i made feeble excuses to mv friends as they left, but there
Mno acceptable explanation why people are so jealous of others
' alley cannot stand to see them naving a little enjoyment.
3 Just before reaching supreme sleep I thought of the ap approaching
proaching approaching New Year and became nauseated with the reflection
' ttat things would probably continue unchanged.
X Now I shall relent and in a sincere spirit offer constructive
aritieiam in the form of suggestions.

5 Why not conduct a survey on a mimeograp.iea iuim luquu -Hg
how many people could be grouped under the following
JWSifiCationS. l. mnra nlAaoant-. fnr on nlrler

I r X snuuiu uuiaa. ifc nuuiu uvu jui'i. M.

l.al)or News
And
"i.-: :t; '4 '-
Comment

Off and Running

4 By VICTOR RIESEL
-5
I'm just back from London town
and can renort that the British are

working on something called tele

vision and have developed a new

type music, moaning low s to ff,

sounding lifce an eariy Jimy houi houi-day
day houi-day giving out with a New Orleans
tune called "I Don't Want Any
Banana in My Pizza Pie." Also
the marquee in the movie house a a-cross
cross a-cross from Windsor Castle and the
playing fields of Eton said "Holly

wood or Bust," and the good folks

were queuing up for it.

You can kid the British a lot but

not on matters that count. They
borrow a lot of our foibles and like

them but none of our nonsense or

breakdown of moral and ethical

standards. Like racketeering, t for

example.
I did let of talking iiv Lon London"
don" London" and avail wandered over to
tha waterfront. But aside I mm
ioma knife wielding "teddy"
boy and ome loose ladiaa in
night time Soho and Plcadilly,
I found no organized rcakets.
The British labor movement i
clean. Their waterfront ha no

pirates.
Over TV and over "sound" broad broadcasting"
casting" broadcasting" and in press conferences
I tried to explain why only Amer America
ica America has an underworld. They lis listened.
tened. listened. They regretted.
Then they asked one question I
coudn't answer. Why don't your
authorities do something? I just
don't know. Maybe the British will

get their answer soon, when the
America people get it during this

session 01 congress, it looks like
we're going to have a Kefauver Kefauver-type
type Kefauver-type investigation of the u n d e r r-world
world r-world inside labor.

Mrson to be among others of their age rather than have to
(Glerate the vitality of a teen-ager. It js not fair to either.
iti Along the same token, parents who have reared their fa fa-jWllies
jWllies fa-jWllies up to a certain age should be Riven a reprieve from
mall babies who may cry considerably e,t night.
Another improvement I am sure would be appreciated by
.nv 1 wldenlna the outeoinir side of the Curunau main gate.

Has anyone concerned themself with ths inconvenience it causes
.i!n fn ,oit r the hot. 511 n while, nn MP boards a bus and

4&cxs passes of all passengers? wnat wouia nappen u ,sumc ,sumc-onewas
onewas ,sumc-onewas being rushed to the hospital?
We Curunduites have been given some mighty poor con-

MAraUnn whaA with loslna our Commissary, certain Post Ol

rciSCTVcei anflfttte lncom(ciilencaof the-Post. Engineers being
at Fort Clayton nd most -f all1 the Curundu lre Station.
Everyone knows these wooden fir? traps would be burned to

the ground Deiore neip couia De sent irum auvmvi jwhuh.
h TnirfiTit.aiiv fswltchinff over to another post) the beach at

fort Kobbe is an excellent example or proper planning ana

concern for the relaxation or command personnel.
y. However, it would help immeasurably if someone would take

at saw and cut out one more winaow at me reiresnmeiu count counter.
er. counter. One window should be for food orders and the other for
drinks. I have seen children stand In line for 20- minutes just
for one soda waiting while people In line ahead of them order

hnmhiireeri and notdoars ana aeciae wnemer mey want mem

'".'with or without mustard, onions, ketchup, etc. (It also Is true
ior adults standing in line for a can of beer.)
' This composition is not aimed for nor to any particular ln ln-(ilvidual,
(ilvidual, ln-(ilvidual, therefore, if it has offended, let your conscience dic dictate
tate dictate guilt or innocence of any- stipulation herein.
; Also a full year lies ahead to remedy existing errors. Suf Sufficient
ficient Sufficient time is available to make it possible to have those who
like to enlov themselves together, and to put all the Scrooge-

nw-o character in one locality.

Yours For a Better Curundu

s.

ir:

THREAT TO PUB CRAWLING

v in reierence lO tne propusea imnsier 01 Lumniisatiry tivi tivi-Iton
Iton tivi-Iton units, other than retail stores, to ',he Pacific side for closer
Integration (Oh, I said a naughty word) it seems that high
level strategy is being ignored or forgotten, namely to disperse
the different units, shops, factories, etc., in a specific area as
widely as possible to prevent total elimination or destruction In
case of enemy attack.
And another thing, if this transfer goes through it will
wreak havoc to our bowling league, Church choir and pub crawl crawling.
ing. crawling. It is bad enough to flaunt current strategy but when they
'Interfere with a man's recreation they go too far.
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. .but OUR reputation

That apparently is what will
come out of the Mob's pushing a
lot of people around and maiming
others. ..r.
This probe may get up steam

yvAtijiii a lew wpaitd if t,

ful Senate Committer ini 5

combine their investigating staff
and throw their appropriations in-

v tommon pool, i refer to the
sub-committee of the Senate Com-

i. j j u government Operations,
headed by Sen. John McClellan
u.ubommittee ot the Labor

j I. r wmcn m&y he sparb
ed I by New York's Sen. Irving Ives.
The two groups have been ask asking
ing asking for a comhinerf Wal i ?;

f,.H;iiach cpmrnittee elaims

describes as "collusion-, between
crooked contractors and criminals

trni "a,c" 8nagea to seize con control
trol control of certair unions.'' a,

.--..v.; u, auKeieering,' collusion
between dishonest employers and
iab,0,:,5iC.ials' ?tortionfevriolence

Thm c a Be V1 unJon funds,
xne Senator is nisn j

0ThetLenab,igst .emment wo
v J thf K ator 18 a,so seemed o o-ver
ver o-ver the biggest sovemm.nf

Chin' STe ,ome whica

rH 7 7' a1 lne 33.00.000,000

MorCnlT' u.Yi P"8ram. Mr.

.vviviion ndid in or ri in. i

r "CArauaing tne env
ernmcnt m the huse Fed Aral hiftb

way program now getting unaW

WalterWincheillnNewYork

MeClell.n', b.y, ,pp,r,n(

ine senator ha h.H ,,

mne me in New York for some
n,ST? over the m-al debris
, S- A"oey sul WilU.ms

This crusading Federal attornev
n New, vort'. c...i.::i "ir.orn.ey

opened hi,- toe. to t.
to n'te0h te deed,
"1 Mr. William ranrj. u-

.ll1 "-l eAm bause of the

',cl-""";iAuea 01 Uie law.

V''es crime out no law in
which the loophole.-are too 7m.u
wr the racketeers. The mobsters
P right throut-h th,m .ni""

cape. So Mr. Williams is turning

to me commit committee
tee committee which can use it befora the

a 5ameras and in the press-

-.J- ul,e inai me pumic wu move

""cic me law cannot.
Mesnwhile, Sen. Ives, a Repub
Jican member of the Senate La

jwr committee, has said that
racketeers intimidate honest
workers and pervert the purpose
of the labor movement. They add
incalculably to the cost of doing
business and thereby to the price
paid by consumers. Th flam

, u'ct government and makes
; mockery of iu duty to preserve

iw ana oraer. -.
Says ires, the Senate Labor
Committee thou id do the probing.
Out of this rivalry for decency
probably will coma a Joint com committee,
mittee, committee, as tha Kefanver Cam mil.

tee sprang from tha rivalry be between
tween between the Senate Judiciary and

wvunnerce commineet.

After the race Is over and noses

are counted, we may be able to

explain to the- world why we're
Uie only natiot with ornnixed

tj racketeering. t

SHOW FOLKS ARE TALKING ....

ABOUT
y
Cosmopolitan's exciting issue de devoted
voted devoted to Broadway America's

Streetheart. . "Protective Custo

dy" folding after 3 perfs. A $100,:
000 oops. .The remarkable pro:
phecy concerning Margie McNat McNat-ly,
ly, McNat-ly, the new Miss Rheingold. When
she attended a Brooklyn High
School (in 1953) Margie was voted
by students as the girl most-

likely to-become Miss Rheingold

..jiovie Mirror, mag s deadpan

skewp: "When Tony Curtis was a
boy he almost got into trouble
when he swiped a streetcar".
Steve Allen's zany interview with

Shirley MacLaine. The daffiest

part owner of a racetrack, hotel

and several music publishing com

panies: .winsom couvtney s fur

shop on the Main Street of Palm
Springs Calif, a bit of Paris in

the Dfisfrt. Its decor is all pinkr;
Most altractive shop wove ever

seen. La Comtney's capsule coip

meiiu alter Deing encnaiitea o y
Norm, Dougias' first ailmni. "The
L'vifttiic Miss Dcuglas". 'She
t'oesn't sing Ue a .singcv: she

sing., like an instrument."

the chances for perwe e

(Shiver). .Anthony Peri1 irs. un

known a year ago, now starring or
co-starr.ng in 8 flickers.. .. Gret Gret-chen
chen Gret-chen Wyler expertly r e pla c i n g
Gwen Verdon in "Damn anke-

ees." A jolly-dolly.. Alf Hitch

cock's "The Wrong Man" movie

capturing New York's realism.
The streets, subways, police sta stations
tions stations and courts have a newsreel

like fidelity. Ronnie bcuville's

"Smoke Dreams" disc. He knows
how to put the throb in a ballad.

In '57. i museum of Modern Art's carnival

ror kids, children can play with
unusual toys, paint or construct...
The SEP'g story about John Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, a Wall St. exec who spark-

ea tne neip iiungary campaign. A

remarxaDie saga. ..Tne snow

son s lull, there hasn t been a
major click since the "Bells Are

LEARN THAT LATEST
DANCE HIT I

WESTERN SWING

HARNETT & DUNN

cu-rlie Farrell's Raciuet Club

m Palm Surintis. Still Mo. 1

spil for the s.ars. The Clii-Chi,

same town. A $6000,0000 renovating

job. Beautiful. Chop Chop & Mar-
tene at that place are Big Time
Kitty, White's song styling at the

Desert Inn (Pal mSprings). .

Ben Blue's next business .venture
fin all Las Veeas hotels): Novelty

candy for shipment all over the
land Joanne Gilbert's new song
routine. Her youth, beauty and pro

manner are gettin; Big-iimier

Yul Brynner's common sense: I
don't like to be called a romantic

heart throb. I don't like romantic

roles. I just want to earn a buck."

Elvis' holiday greetings in Cash

Box mag: "I wish you all a Cool
Yule and a Frantic First." The

craiiest.. .The interesting prem premiere
iere premiere on Jan. 15th at the Belasco:
Kim Stanley starring in "A Clear Clearing
ing Clearing in the Woods." Last year she
dpsrrihpd critics as fatheads. .

The mileage they got out of "A-

nastasla." It has been ine suDjeci

for hundreds of mag essays, sev several
eral several books, a play and now a click
flicker. .Ruth Draper's passing.
A very talented lady.. .Reader's
Digest reporting the enormous

contributions lo America cuuure
and prosperity made by refugees
from Nazism and Communism
since 1933. Important reading for
bigots currently, attacking, refu refugees
gees refugees from Hungary. Page 87 of

the same Digest about Sunday
night radio flash that saved a
man's life. .Doris Day's estim estimated
ated estimated income from "Julie." $990,000.
(Couldn't happen to a more talent talented
ed talented girl) The latest Frances and
Richard Lockridge woodunit titled
"Murder! Murder! MurderU t
Mnvtfisnri mii'i reDort that Mr.

Presley is soo lbnely. It oifUcU
with Elvis' kwote In Tempo: I d
h. rrarv in ffet married now. I

life nlavlnir (he field".. .The POW-

er of Ethel Merman expiained

by Irving Berlin. To wit: tne wm
mike a good wng better and a
funny line funnier".', .The Joseph
rnttoni riamniMtratinl it CM Hap

pen in Hollywood. They recently;
r ... .iT-: .1..., u,Hrlin an.'

ceieonica uieu -
niversary. Happy Happy. a
Treafcry of RibaHr,f (Hanover
Houe) edited by Loui tlnienney
er. Slick, swift, mmi ;
week s exciting neci: Several of
tfce men who dev'. t P' T,c T,c-ctne
ctne T,c-ctne are now coneiatrating oa a
posslb Jraicunixing a'PJt o prev prevent
ent prevent can..r. .Your Life V'
er ribOuu: .''What tha world
is an an iria that wili cure a heart-

iache" "; t j
' Ju-rv Homday ia "Bells Are
Rlngtnr her upromnK movie
"Full A Life." A cmtcy about
precnarcy, of all things .The U.
S. Newa-World RepTs furrey oa

- Dave Garroway, Mho has over
5000 bow ties. . ,Tho shocker in
Better Homes and Gardens titled:
"Drunk Drivers Are Getting Away
With Murder".. .The tv "Boing "Boing-Boing:
Boing: "Boing-Boing: Show." Zing-zing smartoons
mi I- tr l- rnj..i K.nA

a. rue icw iuik. iiiucs icuuii

e the "glory of Communism:
ft The ihouslne crisis 4n Russia 4s

now so serious that .it is spoken

aDOUt openiy, gnu aoviei newspa-,
pers now even, write as a matter
of course abouj now many families
are copped' up in each Soviet a a-ppartment,
ppartment, a-ppartment, getting in each other's

way, getting on. eacn oiner a
nerves and even fighting". .The

many new words added to tne 1357

Thorndike Barnhart dictionary.
They include "ileitis," for obvious
reasons.. .A Perry Como mag por

trait aptly titled: "Nice Guys fin

ish first."

hbDAILYllfASIIir.'GTO.'J
XtaY-Go-ftouriD

y DMW riAIION

WASHINGTON.A brief, point

ed exchange between two men

who don't love each- other occur

red when Sen. Wayne Morse

Oregon took the oath before Vice

President Nixon,

Nixon had gone-out to Oregon

twice to defeat Senator Morse; The

campaign against him' was con

sidered tha. "Yale Game'? of ; all

tne senate elections, a member of

aUa ri..MitAU... t '.Ui. .i

uie jjAaciiiiuwcA vauiiict iiau even

resigned to run against Morse

So, when Morse tame up to the

Senate rostrum to take the oath

and shake hands with the Vice

President, he said: ; i

'Mr, Vice President, I want to

thank you for those speeches you

maoe in uregon. iney neipea e

lect me.".

Mr. Nixon gulped, their recover

ed quickly.

"Well, I'm glad they helped," he

snot dbck witn a smue, s.

They certainly did." replied

Morse. ; i -. v ;

''You rolled with the punches."

chuckled Nixon, v1

"And you threw a few yourself."

said Morse. ,.

It was all over in 20 seconds. No

one except the two men knew what

hifd happened;

)
NOTE Though there was

slight note of sarcasm in Morse's

voice, he, halfway meant what-he

a)d- that Nixon's speeches had

helped. For, whec Nixon first

came to Oregon he save a oen

ism to wt- leaoers at saiem urg-

int mem to go out and get Morse.

uont pay any attention to is

sues," he said, "get out the vote."

Later ex-Secretary of the Interior

uoug McKay got this confused.

issues are not important." he

told the audience. "It's the votes
that count." ;

Morse hung this around McKav's

.The show sea- neck. In speech after speech he

saia: "i wani to let you in on a
biff secret. YOU know the hositinn

of my opponent, that issues aren't

Refugees from Movleville who

triumphed on Broadway this sea

son: Judy oanana, noz nusseu,
Walter Pidgeon, Shelley Winters...
Lena Home at the Waldorf and her
patented tantalizing chants. In a
word, chantalizing. .M e n a s h a

Skulnik in ."Uncle Willie," who
doesn't require a script. He at attracts
tracts attracts his biggest howls with a
shrug or a grunt. The Music
Hall's stage spec "Santa's Cir

cus." An entertammg eartui-eyeiui
.Hum. Ferrer's eamutina in "The

Rreat Man" movie. It's not based

on a single tvadio personality.

The film, like the best selling

tome, represents a composite. ..
Radle Harris' new col'm in Photo Photoplay
play Photoplay mag, out today.. .Esquire's
helpful essay telling you how-to-be-a-mathematical-genius.

Dine-Doneine" premiere .. The

forthcoming "Young Stranger important. Well, at 2 a.m. on No

movie wnicn stars james Mac
Arthur, Helen Hayes' heir. Prev-

iewers repori he's a twinkle off

the old star . .Eduardo Fisher's
happy habit of singing to his part partner
ner partner while dancing. ,. Roz Russell's
merry comments in Cue mag. The
star speaks like "Auntie Mame"
off'stage. : .'Bing Sings," a new
album composed of Crosby's old
ies. All are dandies. -

i "Natalie Wood's big ambition: To
portray Mariorie Morningstar ta

the movie. ".Esther Williams, a

smart girl, who has investments

in cas stations, auto agencies,

screen door, companies, restaur

ants and other commercial ven

tures. .Lovely Pier Angeirs non-

obiective reporting. Devoted an

entire interview to praising her
baybee. -The Paramount stage
show on Jan. 23rd. starring Nat
(King J Cole, Ella Fitzgerald and

Count Basle. It's only for folks
who admire the greatest. .Gar-

sen Kanin quoting the late Robert

Sherwood's candor: "There's one

damned thing I can't stand cons

tructive criticism."

Burt Lancaster, now a partner

in a Z5 million movie cuinpauj.
He began as a singing waiter...

Van Johnson, me movie siar who
acts like a movie fan. He writes

fan jetters. to other stars... Tne,

emberr 7 he's going to

that issues were important after
all and that he's going back to

mai sirucic auto agency of his in

oaiem ro seu vaaiuacs again."
' ' v.
ROUCHINO UP DULLES

Democratic Senators are really

throwing the hooks into John Fos

ter Dulles on his Mid-East policy,

nd doing .it deliberately." Shortly
t. l O 4 T 1 Tl

veiure uie denote jr ui eign neia-

tlons Committee met with Dulles
last week, 'Senate leader Lyndon
Johnson phoned four members of

the Committee Mansfield of Mon Montana,
tana, Montana, Sparkman of Alabama, Ful Ful-bright
bright Ful-bright of Arkansas, and Humphrey
of Minnesota advising them not
to pull any punches.
They didn't. On top of this John Johnson
son Johnson attended the closed-door ses session
sion session himself and wrote notes to

the Senators suggesting questions
to ask the Secretary of State.

Democrats were ired at the
way the Administration was forc

ing them to take a stand on the

"Eisenhower doctrine" by the bar

rage of publicity leaked to the

press in advance. They gave Dul

les such a rough time that at one

point he said:
"There's only one man respon

sible for the foreign policy of the

united Mates tne president."

"Then why are you coming to

us with this resolution?" the Sen

ators cracked back. "If the Pres

ident has the responsibility, let

mm exercise it"
BACKSTACi WITH NIXON

Vice President Nixon's surprise

statement mat he believed the pre present
sent present filibuster rule "unconstitution "unconstitutional"
al" "unconstitutional" actually had been carefully
worked out in advance. Tha peo

ple who worked with him were

none other than some of tha most

liberal Democrats in tiie Senate,
led by Hubert Humphrey of Min
ncsota. "''
t Humphrey went to Nixon in ad advance
vance advance of the showdown vote,' ask
ed point blank it Nixon would an-
hwm a ,1'nninl. W nrir'.', if it war.

asked of him durintf the debate on

ending filibusters. A point oL order :'

is a parliamentary Inquiry which

is not Dinamg on tne senate, a.

-isms- t. t h iS tr i i t f .);.::
"Don't get v the wrong .idea."

said "Humphrey "we're not try-'

ing to put you on tne spot. But if

you give the, right answer'Jt may

malrA tnnth.Ki IhMh.m Tln.nl.

out of you." .''.: ...

. Nixon listened Sympathetically.
"If you give the right answer .'r.

Humphrey continued,; "we think iti
would influence some Republican

votes and that's why we're:, ask-.
ing you."-"

Nixon discussed the matter care-.

fully, indicated he would probably

give th right answer.' Later he

lid. His statement should have far'

reaching effects on his Negro voN

en If he runs for President m i960

... SENATE SCRIBBLE
Senators have been' playing their

biennial game, of "musical chairs"
with Senate offices.'The best of-'

fices go to the Senators with tha'

most seniority. When a high-seni

ority Senator leaves, there are
shifts all down the line ...v. Outgo
ing Sen. Walter George (D., Ga.),

No. 1 on the ole seniority list, re refused
fused refused to vacate his quarters until -the
last minute. This held up
moves by Sen. Albert Gore ID.,'
Tenn.), waiting to claim George's
office; Sen. Gordon Allot (R.,
Colo.), waiting for Gore's office;
and Sen. Frank Church (D., Ida.),
waiting for Allott to move ...So a
dozen Senators were camped in
the corridors "while cleanup crewa i,

frantically painted and polished...

Pan American Airways affable
Alex Gates picked his way through

the furniture stacked in the hall
ways, looking for the office as,
signed to ; Sen. Chapman Rever-

comb (K,,w. Va.). Gates stopped
at a pile of debris in front of -one

door to ask directions. "Rever "Rever-comb?"
comb?" "Rever-comb?" repeated a harassed see-

retary. "He's the next, paint job r
down the hall." ... Photographers
waited outside the Senate caucus
room for the Democrats to break

up their closed-door meeting. Just-

as the doors were opened, tou?le tou?le-haired
haired tou?le-haired Sen. Frank Lausche (D.,
Ohio) strolled into the building. He
was the ma.i of the hour, Photo- -graphers
ignored the open door and -'"
flocked after Lausche... Inside the
caucus room Senate leader Lyn Lyndon,
don, Lyndon, Johnson sadly announced, to
fellow Democrats who were adjust- ,-i
Ing their; ties for he photograph ft
ers: GentlemeB, we ; have 'only
one photographer. The others' have
all gone, to Lausche." ,'

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Hew French Eleclion
Reflects Anli-Joviel
Feelings in Hunoary
PARIS, Jan. 14 (UP) Com Communists
munists Communists In France's strongest
Communist district a u ( f e red
heavy defeats In their first e e-lections
lections e-lections since the Hungarian re revolt,
volt, revolt, results of a national as assembly
sembly assembly by-election showed to
day. o ,
. Voters in the largrest single e e-lectoral'
lectoral' e-lectoral' district in France went
to the polls yesterday to elect a
successor to radical lower house
member Vincent de Moro-Olaf-ferl.
who died In November. 11
' The first official count of the
votes cave a wide majority to
Julien Tardleu. 60-year-old com company
pany company administrator and. muni municipal
cipal municipal counselor, running; as an
independent, i i
? He received 101. W3 votes, com compared
pared compared tp only 62,787 for Com Communist
munist Communist candidate Lurten Mon Mon-jauvis,
jauvis, Mon-jauvis, although th. left bank
district comprising 541 f9Q voters
normally swings heavily Ao the
Communist candidate in any e e-lection,
lection, e-lection, Political .'observers interpreted
the results as indication that

French Communist have be

come bitterly disillusioned by
Russia's intervention in- the
Hungarian revolt.

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Napier," deputy commander, Caribbean Air Command pins on their bars. The new warrant
officers are,1 left to right: William E. Miller; James O. Kline, George A. Johnston, and Fel-

ton R. Luke. '. (Official USAF Photo)

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MRS. BETTY GRIFFIN, newly elected .. president of the Fort,

Kobbe Distaff Disaster control organization, accepts ner gavei
of office from CoL Frank D. Miller, Kobbe commander, at
recent ceremonies. (U.S. Army Photo) '

Rainier, Grace Show Up Late
Ai Airport i Miss Mrs. Kelly

' xtTrW" tv.ni. Jan. 11 (UP)

Prin Rainier drove

nli tn the airoort here

v.etrriav to meet her : monter,

Mrs." John Kelly, of PhiJdelPhif,r

and missed ner djt
n v-oitv'd nlnnfi from Paris;

arrived 15 minutes early. Palape

press agent ana m-ia.
net were -on hand to greet her,
snd she started back to Monaco
in. their ar. j
Half an hour later, Rainifr's
car swerved into the airport-and
i gWerved right out again when be
learned that bis mother in r law
had already left.
Agitated palace aides averted, an
awkward "Uncident'V by .sending a
t.mnWM! the iCornetS' and

Mrar. -KeUy.i- along ttie ? wayx and

hold them until JUimer iw;i

conld tateh up, v iw--?
;': -.: ".' j -..
: The princess' mother switched
to royal car after waiting
half hour by the roadside,
Grace, who t insisted on, m akmg
s the 14-mile, trip 1 to JMce despite
warningr that it was unwise to at attempt
tempt attempt the drive such a short time
before the expected .birth of her
first child, was visibly weary
when she arrived here.
She wore a tweed maternity
guit, a round fur' hat arid glasses.
' Mrs. Kelly came to Monaco two
davs earlier than planned just in
case' the- royal infant arrives
ahead of the predicted date.
Princess Grace, the -former
Grace Kelly,- expects the birth of
her child within the next two
weeks. ". ..
' Prince Rainier as' disturbed by
Grace's insistence that she be
driven to- the Nice airfield. But he
was unable-to change. his wife's
mind. -vi :
, Dr. Emile Hervet,- the' Paris
gynecologist who v wilt supervise
the delivery of -the" royal child,
was noncommittal about the air airport
port airport trip. .,f .;
i "You can do ir if yriu' take no
chances during the 14 mile drive,"
he told the princess. "It is never
too good for a woman expecting
a child within the next 10 days to
go running around in the cold
cveninc air." - -. j

' Mrs. Kelly said during a two-!

and-a-nan nour stopover. In Paris
that sha' hoped the heir to the
Monacan1 throne 'would be a boy.
i t'l'va nbready ; got five grand-
four lqred Lost 7
In Tunnel Cave-In

. ROGGIO. CALABRIA, Italy, Jan
14 (Uf -four men trapped in a
railroad funnel rarein were give
up- for. dead. today; '.. .. i
PoBce. firemen and rkilroaa'
workers dug through SO feet of
debris: to try tflf find the victims. I
The Jour were .. members f D

eight-man crew working ia the'

.tunnel: list night when tens of
arth and rock splintered the" con concrete
crete concrete buttresses and sealed the un underground
derground underground passage. The other four
men escaped. "-

GLAI.'D DISCOVERY
RESUMES VIGOUR
Kaffartrs frma Ion of rttw, rrv rrv-TtBn.
TtBn. rrv-TtBn. tnk body. M who ar )4
mr4 worn-oat Wfor tbotr tinw will
nifhni t tou-a of mv (rtsml
eoror? br Amarlra Lbantorr.
Tkta Bw 4imrvrf maJiM it pnaiibl
to rf9 rtrmr to ymzr clant u4
tMrfT and sutrUr far) Itk a w ma.
Jm tut tbl 4icoerr wairk I a born
Hictn a alaaraat. twaT-to-Ulia
tafewt form, otpkly aaarina fa bui!4
rir ana anorfr la a natirral w.
The awea nf IM amttinv aiiarw.
ary -l'M Vl-Th hu tva frrat
l lh I nHM fiiin, that It ia now
4ribvil bT a.ii rbamtata. la
wMa. Vt7iM rakti roa fri
fnM irir mi Tt-nr ard ra
r"tw. CrM Vi-TH t-n I'.rurnora
v r .- rwnd ruaiity.

daughters," Mrs. Kelly said. "1

think it's time for a grandson.

; "But all I really want is a norm

al delivery and a healthy child.''

She said her husband, wealthy

fmiaaeipnia contractor John B.
Kelly, might come to Monaco for

the christening. ;

llluslraled Talk
Tonight AI MB

A monthly illustrated lecture

wnt do presented tonight at the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service

Venter at 8:15.

Miss Sara Bomberg, director of
the Red Cross unit at Gorgas
Hospital, will show slides nnrt

gave .dejaijs. of,: a, trip made, to,.

ai net its .pm H Ot a social WOTK"
er'4 tour. The slides will include
such historical and biblical
places as Jerusalem,. Tiberius,

AUf Hiiu jtit 11 a. ..
Mis "Rnmhurfr to M.aA

elated with the Red Cross since
1943 and her 18 different posts
has included overseas trips to

japan.

Stamps For Steel
Due For Birthday

WASHINGTON. Jan. 14 (XTP

Postmaster General Arthur E.
Summerfield announced today
that a commemorative stamn

marking the 100th anniversary of

me American- steel industry would
go on sale this year.
The first-day sale in New Vort

city win come during the 6th gen

eral meeting of the American Iron
and Steel institute. The exact date

will be announced later.

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i' AT THE GOLF C1UB Shown following the distribution of
i feea at the Panama Golf Club last night are left to right
ffi Heurtematte, Minister of Government and Justice, Miss
S Pater, daughter of the Governor of the Canal Zone,
I p7?SdejSt Ernesto de la Guardla and Gov- William E. Potter.
I 911I6IDENT OF PANAMA GIVES RECEPTION
I F0"pATICIPANTS IN PANAMA OPEN
' The President of Panama, Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.,
! '- tave a reception at the Presidential Palace Friday niht in
I r lnor of the folfert taklns par in the Panama Open Golf
Tournament keen golfer, took part in the
iZLZ iti early stages, and was an enthusiastic

-TMnfrer audience during the latte games.

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reach Ambassador's
i Wife Will Give
jLunheon At Embassy
liMrs. Lionel Vasse, wife of the
s 1 French Ambassador to Panama
Han s lunphean. Wednesday.

at the Embassy residence at'La

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J jimh stewert. oooular movie
! tetor and his wife Gloria boarded
J Faoagra's Inter-Americano this
i morning on their way to Talare,
JPeru.
' Tin a CtAniarti irpivftl Pttri Kri
! tlay, and stayed at the Hotel El
j Panama. They toured the Isth Isth-lius.
lius. Isth-lius. and spent some time with
i- -.

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their friend Clifford Maduro or
Colon, during'their -wsit.
Highlight ot their v brief stay was
the "James A. Stewart Handicap"
which was run in honor of the
movie star at theTresident kc-
mon race track; Saturday aner-
noon. ..j. p'- ',.:','.'; 4
B
irMal Shower- Feri;'. v
M' Battv; Wela4;''i-jf-f 'I:
f Miss- Betfv louise Flaau, whose
marrlncr to Mr Carroll Tavlor
win toirA nlai' Jan. 19. waa re
cently Honored at a misceuaneous
shower given by the Misses Nel Nellie'
lie' Nellie' and Paula Holgerson at their
The table was eentered with an
imnnmmf 'f rnffw roses and
two heart-shaped cakes with the
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telepbsae.
C.Z. Art League
Meets Temerrow
The canai zone in cu
iot fnmnrraw at 7:9U p.m. Ml iuc
library of the, JWB-USO,
-n kaf vac nostoonea
from the December meeting ul
take place at tms ume.
minat&ig committee will present
its slate oi new oujcm .-n,ni
n,ni .-n,ni than hp held. Members
are urged to be present for this
important meeting.
Caribbean Stamp Club
Meets Temerrow -s.
The Caribbean Stamp Club will
Moot nn TnHnv at 7:30 D.m. in
III 1 .-
the Tivoli Guest- House. All mem members
bers members are reminded that at this
meeting the election of Officers
will be held and re urged to be
present.
Meetings of the Stamp Club are
held on the first and third Tues Tuesdays
days Tuesdays of the month for adult, col collectors.
lectors. collectors. couple's names. Wedding bells de decorated
corated decorated the rest of the rooms
Those attending the shower were
the honoree's mother, Mr. John
F. Flatau, and Mrs. Anton Holger Holgerson,
son, Holgerson, Mrs, William Allen, Mrs. Mil Mil-i;.
i;. Mil-i;. Callage mH the" Misses Ma
tha Fausset, Jo Ann Fischer, Pat Patsy
sy Patsy Flatau, Gayle Hasemann,
Grace Joustra, Aaeie merasiiw,,
Shirley Million, Evelyn Molynea Molynea-ux,
ux, Molynea-ux, Mary Rose, and Helen Tilley. j
Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Connor
Arrive Te Visit .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith
Tjtv V Kdwslrd F. O'Con
nor Jr. arrived Saturday night
with their sons Micnaei raincn
an Kevin Joseph to Visit Mrs. O' O'Connor's
Connor's O'Connor's parents Mr., and Mrs.
Charles E. Smith of Juan Franco.
The O'Connors come from Miu Miu-AMhjm
AMhjm Miu-AMhjm Vanturkv and will Stay
here until Feb. i. They maiie he
trip to be with Mr. and-airs, amiui
on the occasion of the latter's 25th
wedding anniversary.
Visiters Frem Virginia
Make Trip To El Vail.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saum made
a week-end trip to El Valle as
guests of Mr. and" Mrs. John. Pal Pal-mor
mor Pal-mor Smith Tr nf Ralboa Heiehts.
before leaving yesterday afternoon
for their home in Arlington, va.
Mr anri Mrs. Saum have been
visit.inff Mm. Sinm'i sister and
brother-in4aw Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Hatchett of Diablo Heights.
While the Saums and the Palmer
Smith, war fn Rl Vail. thV Stav
ed at Capt. E. G. Abbott's cottage
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
Siles Suazo Forms
New Cabinet
T A PAZ. Bolivia. Jan. 14 fUP)
President Hernan Siles has
formed a tew Cabinet, tailored
to suit the demands of the COB
Union Federation, it was reported
today.
Formation ox the new govern government
ment government probably will be anroimced
tomorrow, shortly before the new
ministers take the oath of office.
The 13-man Cabinet .includes
eight holdovers from the govern-
nent sues iormea in Augusr.
Grace's Uncle
Is DeaV
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 14 (UP)
Charles V. Kelly, 77. uncle of
Princess Grace of Monaco, died
yesterday at his home here.
He was the brother of John B.
Kelly, father of the princess, and
was associated with him in the
construction business.
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LAST summer the L.'s took
their teen-age daughter's best
friend nn a month-long family
motor trin through Canada. or
yea,rs, tne girl naa oeen in ana
out of their home, men, last uc uc-tober.
tober. uc-tober. she was initiated into a sor
ority that neglected to invite her
friend to loin It.
.Since that time, she's not only
avoided the L.'s but has cut their
child dead at school. Mrs. L.
writes, "I suppose there's nothing
4 A. U.. J1 M 4UA
iV UV MUl 1CC1 BUlijr 1U1 "lie
Occasionally, by asking our F
TA and school board to act on the
fraternity system in our local
schools, much can De done.-
If Mrs. L; will read the excelllent
article on this problem in a recent
issue of Parents' magazine, she
can discover what other parents
and teachers are doing to outlaw
these 1 unbrotherly brotherhoods
from their communities.
. ACCORDING to it, the town of
Mamaroneck, N.Y., has made an
unusually successful adjustment
to fraternity-free schools. It went
about the job of getting rid c'
Hew Year's Rioting
Claims 20 Persons
In Romanian Sphere
VIENNA. Jan. 14 (UP)-At least
20 persons were killed in New
Year's riots between Romanians
and the Bulgarian minority in the
Romanian province of Dobrutscha,
reliable reports reaching Vienna
said today.
Travelers said the fighting oc occurred
curred occurred between Dec. 29 and Jan.,
3 in three cities of the eastern
province which became part of
Bulgaria in 1941 but was annexed
by Romania after World War II.
Romanian secret police rushed
in from Bucharest, the capital.
and opened fire on the rioters in
Mangalia, Cernavoda and Rasova.
.The travelers said police bullets
caused most of the casualties.
Unrest has been reported In
Romania for some time, most of
it directed against the Communist
government.
Dispatches last fall reported stu
dent riots in Bucharest and other
major cities in support of de demands
mands demands for more freedom.
Sources said, however, that the
New Year's riots erupted over na
tionalist antagonism between Bul Bulgarians
garians Bulgarians and Romanians. They
were sparked by reports that cap
tured Hungarian freedom fighters

were te-U'Wtat?toa2S- Francisco Guerr of
camps in Dobrut&ha! ;V 5 v" WMrajtu, Oovernon of

Bulgarians, who fought with
Austria-Hungary in World War I,
favored helping the Hungarians.
Romanians, World War I enemies
of Hungary, took the opposite
stand.
However, it was reported that
as the rioting spread it developed
an anti-Communist tinge. Commu
nist party headquarters were at
tacked in Mangalia and Cernavoa,
source said.
When police arrived from Bu
charest wild demonstrations and
street fighting .broke out, the re
ports said.
At least 20 persons were report
ed killed in Mangalia and Cerna
voda. ;
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them wisely. First, It took a poll
of its citizens'-opinions on school
fraternities. It showed they aidn't
like them.
Authorized by this majority dis disapproval,
approval, disapproval, the school board adopt adopted
ed adopted the effective regulation. To any
junior or senior high school stu student
dent student who joins a fraternity, Ma Mamaroneck
maroneck Mamaroneck denies any school of office,
fice, office, any school team member
ship, honor or award except his
certificate of graduation."
C After receiving Mrs- L.'s letter
I' telephoned the town's Board on

Education. It said, 'tWe will wel welcome
come welcome the opportunity to tell other
communities the steps we took to
solve the fraternity problem in
our schools.'' -
FOR Mrs.' L.' and other interest interested
ed interested adults, the address in the Board
of Education, Maroneck, N.Y.
I'm the last person to suggest
that we can protect a child against
social rejection. As it comes to us
all, we can't But losing a friend
as the L.'s child has is not natur natural
al natural loss. U hasn't resulted from
change In (two people's feelings for
each otherNuit from' outside mani
pulation. It isorganlzed, contriv contrived,
ed, contrived, .artificial rejection of the L.'s
uaugnter.
Like the Star Chamber iudees
sitting in, secret session, .this high
scnooi sorority nas passed sent sentence
ence sentence of social undejirability upon
another person from which there
is no appeal.
. It-is arbitrary. un-American ac
tion to which no wise grownup can
give moral support.
Local Rolariahi
To Host Conference
Of Dlsfricl No. 110
President Joseph .Harrington,
announces beginning: Feb 20
the cristobal-Colon Rotarv club
will be host to the 25th confer conference
ence conference of Rotary istrict, No. 110,
comprising 32 individual Rotary
Clubs located in Panama and
the Central American Republics!
of costa Rica, Nicaragua, Hon Honduras,
duras, Honduras, El Salvador, and Guate Guatemala.
mala. Guatemala. This ls.the first time that the
Cristobal-Colon club- has been
honored by being named host
club, committees made up of
club members ar busy formu formulating:
lating: formulating: plans for the transaction
of business and the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment of delegates and their
wives and families. It is hoped
that President Ernesto de; la
rjtuaraia, jr., wm inaugurate tne
District 110, will be the presiding
orncer oi tne conierence. ya ya-bian
bian ya-bian pinto has been appointed
general secretary.
The Strangers Club hi Colon
will be conference headquarters
and tne registration of all dele delegates
gates delegates will take nlace theron
Wednesday and Thursday. Feb.
20 and 21. Amon? the events
planned are a formal ball on
Saturday evenine: culminating
the activities ot the conierence,
and trips to historic locations on
the Atlantic side, particularly
Fort San Lorenzo. ?
plans center around, the en-
visitors for the four days of the
tertainment of upward of 300
conference.
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She Abandons Kids,
Promises lo Return
tlexl Year lo Them
NEW YORK, Jan. 14 (UP)
Police annealed for relatives to

take care of four young children
abandoned- in a church by their
"broken hearted mother," who
left a note saying she was going
away with the man she loved and
would return for the- youngsters
in "about one year." ; 1
The children were identified as
JoseDh Hvans. 6.. James. 5. Carol
3, and Mark, 2. They were found
on a pew in the Roman Catholic
Church of Christ The King near
Idlewild International Airport dur during
ing during confession last night.
- Police identified the mother as
Mrs. Eleanor Hyans, 32,- a tiny
brunette who had been living with
her children in a fourroom, $80 a
month apartment.;. They: were 4n
relief. , ,
, Neighbors said Mrs. Hyans
recently sold all her furniture and
said, she was going to Florida.
A note she placed in Joseph's
pocket did not say where she was
going.
"I" am going away wilh the man
x love ana get a divorce and get
married," -she wrote. ; ''
"I will return for my1 children
in about one year; Please try
to keep them from getting
separated. I love them very much
and I want them back as soon
as I can give them the kind of
home they should have.
840 kcs Panami? Gty
. 1090 Kcs., Colon
Telephones: 2-3066 Panama
1063 Colon
Resents
Today, Monday, Jan. 14
"P.M. v ;
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tarv
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. till 7:30)
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Single Hell's Canyon Dam Is Backed
By 25 Congressmen From Northwest

WASHINGTON. Jan.: 14 (UP)
Congressional public power advo
cates opened a new fight today
for federal construction' of a
single high dam in Idaho-Oregon
tiens wanyoa area. -
Sen.; Wayne Morse (D-Ore) an
nounced that 25 Democrats and
two Republicans would introduce
a bill tomorrow providing for the
project. A similar bill was de
tested by the Senate last year,
51 to 41. J (j v
Cites Ceiectien 'Mandate'
-.But f Morse? 'aWX's'everaj other
sponsors said congressional elec election
tion election results in the. pacific Norton
west last November constituted a
"mandate" for the federal devel
opment program and a rejection
hot ; the administration's private
development plan. ',: ..
The Federal Power Commission
last year licensed "-, the Idaho
Power Co. to build three dams in
the Hells Canyon area.- The com company
pany company already has spent millions
on' construction of the first dam dam-In
In dam-In the November iv elections
Morse defeated former Interior
Secretary v Douglas McKay, ?. who
had given the private construction
program his blessing while in
office. Other, public power-minded
senators also scored Important
election- victories.'
Morse said in a statement that
the election results show ; the
Eisenhower administration "mis "misjudged
judged "misjudged the temper of the people"
in the Northwest, ; "-. j
MAMA- AND' PAPA 'HAD
BETTER HOLD ONTO TMI
VETO POWER
: 1 "
The television set' has broueht
democracy into the American
home.' according to a social psy psychologist.
chologist. psychologist.
This psychologist has made a
s,tudy of homes with and without
TVV Hes concluded that letting
Sis' and Junior have a say-so in
what programs the' family 1 will
watch has had a far-reaching ef effect,
fect, effect, It is far more thai) whether
or hot Papa watches the ball
game or Sis sees and hears her
favorite groaner belting out rock-
and-roll songs.
From having a say-so in turn turning
ing turning the television dial, kids have
i'one on to have a say-so in many
other family, decisions. Thats'
what the professor says.
. The big problem for parents-is
where will it all end ; v
. Just how democratic can. a
home become while Mama and
Papa -still carry enough authority
to issue a flat "No," or a stern
"Do it because I say. so'
Usually There's A SoUd Bloc
,Tliere,s another problem, ton!
In any family discussion kids
tend to hold together. If Mama
and Papa have more than two
children they are sure to be out outnumbered
numbered outnumbered in this family democ democracy.
racy. democracy. ,.,
Before our homes get anv more
democratic than they already are
mayne we parents had better eive
a little thought to our future.
we Had better hold fast to the
power of the veto when the votfiu
goes against us. Either that or we
are going to find ourselves a
minority group in a family de democracy
mocracy democracy where we aet oat-voted
at every turn.
Of course, we could set nd nf
the TV set and try to go back to
the good old days when Mama
and Papa handed down the de
cisions. But it is probably too
lalt for that.

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"For four years, administration
spokesmen have said -the people
of the area should be free to
decide how their resources are to.
be developed," Morse said. "That,
decision on Hells Canyon should
be honored by the President, Sec
retary Seaton and 1 their, support
ers in Congress." -
Sen." Warren 13. Magnuson (D-'
Wash),.: also a November election:';
victor, said that every candidate
who opposed public development'
of the .Hells Canyon area "was'
roundly defeated."
Seoi Frank1' Church (D-Idaho),
who defeated former Sen. Her Herman
man Herman Welker (R-Idaho), a leading -champion
of the private develop development
ment development plan, was listed as a spon sponsor
sor sponsor of thehigh dam.
The two Republicans listed as
sponsors were Sens. .'Alexander'
Wiley, (Wis) and William Langer
(ND)- They were the only COP.'
senators, to .vote in: favor nf the
Hells Canyon dam bill when the
Senate defeated it last July.
,s ;
landerer Fealurcd A

oh Rccilal
Staled on Thursday :
. Eric Landemr. WM Vnnnin' nl.
ist will appear at the newly
conditioned National Theatre -on
inursoay in concert sponsored
by th Department of -Fine Art:
Landerer. who is wn
eredin Panama, and. the Canal
.ujie irora nis -teaching aenvitu
es at the- National PniKitrvatnrv
is a, native from'; Ciechoslovakia
and became f citizen Of .Venezue--la.
His concert tours' led him t6
all parts of the world and: especial especially
ly especially to all important cities of North
and South America, Australia and
Europe. In Latin America alone
he gave more than 400 recitals;
He was soloist of the orchestras of
Buenos 'Aires. Mevinn .rara.a.r
Los Angeles, .Washington, Prague
me Hague, Barcelona, Sydney
and Melbourne.
' ; -t k- t
In his conrrt' n Thnrl.
Landerer will play Schubert's;

wanaerer-rnantasy, ;, Schumann'!
Scees frnom Childhood, i Prokoffi
eff's Toccata, and works by Bach
and Mozart. ' J
Tickets are. priced at $1.50 and
on sale at the Theatre's. box-ofV
fice on the day of the concertst
(Reservations can be made ; by.
calling Panama 2-0258.)

Mrs. 3aran uaison
Dies; Services
At llobri Tomorrow v
Mrs. Sarah' Batson, who7 came
to Panama from the Parish of St'
Phillips Barbados in 1909' died at
Gorgas Hospital at T.30 a.m. Sat?
urday. She. was 77 .years old."
Burial services will be held a
St. Peter's Episcopal Church to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at noon.' Burial will be at
Corozal Cemetery. I
She is survived by -her daugh"tT
ers Mrs. Veronica Nell Church,
lona Gwendolyn Batson,, a- son,
Aubrey, and three grandchildren.
Other relatives are Richard Burkf
brother, and, Ruth Olive AUeyne,
sister; ',
Mrs.' Batson was a member of
St. Peter's Friendly Society, the
Barbadian Progressive Society of
Panama and the- Mutual Aid Socie.
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TOT 'PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER'
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Sociai and Otlt

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I.A.W.C. Will Visit
Baantifut Ham Of Panama

Tne y Inter-American Women'
Club is sponsoring a visit to the
homes in Panama which won the
k recently awarded 1957 prizes in

Panama's Architectural Contest.
These include the homes of Dr.

"Gonzalez Ruiz, Mr. Gonzales, and
an apartm'ent house belonging .to
rMrs. Muller Also included in, the
tour will be the beautiful old home
f Mrs, Icaza who has retained

her traditional nativity scene in
. order that this group might see it
Members and guests wishing to
take the tour are requested to
.meet 8:45 a.m. on Thursday,
Jan. 17, at the Tivoli Guest House.
Mr. Charles L. Person
Is Visiting, In 'Gamboa
j Mrs, Charles L. Persons .is the

houseeuest of Mr. and Mrs

James Hunter of Gamboa., Her
v frietjds may get in touch with her

by vcalimg Gamboa 390.

, -L.onl!niua
:...''
er on active duty, retired or de
ceased.' 7 1 (
Naval Officers' 1
Wives Club Luncheon

- The Naval Officers Wives Club
will hold its regular monthly lunch

eon at tne 1 1. uayton Officers
Club a( 12:30 p.m. tomorrow. Two
of the Club's members. Prlscilla

Sims and Tita Silsby, wearing po-

iieras, me national dress of Fans
ma, will tell the ladies about 'Car 'Car-nival'
nival' 'Car-nival' and demonstrate some' na native
tive native dances.

Daughters Of U.S. Army
' Will Mold Meeting Tomorrow

1 1 The Panama Chapter,. Daughters

1 of lutt United states Army is be
In' reorganized under the chair chairmanship
manship chairmanship of Mrs. Arthur R Under

wood, Jr., of Ft. Kobbe: The first
meeting will be a luncheon on

'Tuesday January 23 -at 12:30 p.m.
. at the, Tivoli Guest House.

Individuals interested in making
'.' reservations v or becoming mem.

bers of the. organization i ire ,rM

questea to p&one Mrs. Underwood
at Ft, Kobbe 84-3237. The group is
open to daughters and descendant s

sjf any Regular Army Officer,, eith-l

Panamanian Ship
Reported Driflinn
Off Holland Tip

AMSTERDAM, Jan. 14 (OP J
The' Dutch !6astaL radio totair -re

ported it picked up SO signals
front the Panamanian 5660 ton

freighter Somalegra. 1
The shin signalled-' that it was

drifting and needed assistance off

Uie northern tip of Holland.
iThe ship is drifting seven miles

west of the t island of Borkum

north of the most northern tip of

iiouana. ine oerman seagoing
tug Seefalke radioed that she was

on her; way to assist the Panama
ntan ship.
The Seefalke is stationed at the
isle of Borkum. The Somaleem

requested tugboat assistance to
be towed to the harbour of Emden
in Germany. Coastal station in

Holland reported that the ship

accmeu iiu i, 10 Dc m actual clanger

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CAPT. 8. L RAINEY (right), tShlef of maintenance division, presents a suggestion award
to Ernest F. George (wcond from rightX In ceremonies held recently at Corozal. others to
receive suggestion awards were Miguel schay (second from left) and Edward Small (third
from left); William Trast (left) looks on. u.s. Army Photo)

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. HOLLYWOOD (NEA) HoUy-

wood and Grape Vine: Hollywood's
plum film biography of '57, "The
Jean Barlow Story," will be offer

ed to Ataruyn Monroe when she

Srrtves in Movietown Jan. 10. But

if there's one wiggle of protest,
the story -of the plantinum blonde
. movie Queen goes to Jayne Mans Mansfield,
field, Mansfield, a- Ala. on the Monroe front:
, Sir Laurence Obvier nixed an in interview
terview interview about "The Sleeping
f Prince; with a London newspaper
. columnist who then printed bis
, written regrets and commented:

"Marilyn Mdnrbe has left but the

, strain f working with her seems

to nave left its mark on that

normally bold sknd, hrave knight,

' Most Morte oueens would. tr2d

, their minks for a chance to co-star
- with Rock Hudson. But Lana Turn-

. er turned, down a chance to be his
. lady love in 'Pylon." Lana didn't

feel the part was all it should be.

, Buzz along Show Biz Alley is that
Betty Hutton forked out $50,000 for

material, gowns and things for the

.new nignt club act she previewed

u Jnoenu.

MARIO LANZA'S father, who
; suffered a heart attack earlier
this year, haa been given the green

ognt oy ms medics to accompany
Mario to Italy in January...Linda
Christian's pre-New Year's resolu

tion voiced in London at the same
time she admitted it was all over
with Edmund Purdom:
'V "I'm going to steer clear of all
married men."
"Now it's short, short movies for
- double bills with those long, long.

' "The Goldseeker," which runs on on-'
' on-' ly 38 minutes, and "The Red Bal Balloon"
loon" Balloon" at 34 minutes Hollywood
considers Anita Ekberg a charac charac-.
. charac-. tar, but she doesn't. She plays her her-."
." her-." self In the Dean Martin-J e r r y
Lewis movie, "Hollywood or Bust,"
. and she's telling it:
' "Everyone says I'm a character,
but really I had to make a char char-f
f char-f acter for myself in he picture."

NOT IN THI SCRIPT.

niC.h0 akin-tight cost-
Um. A Tne rajama Game"; "I
wouldnt say my costume was too
snug. But when the director aciroH

1 r.TT

1,1 c ciose my eyes was he
most exercise, l'vo harf tinn t

played basketball In high' school."

' This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
Three years sen Rvriu

Played Eddie Albert's daughter iS
a Four Star Playhouse telefilm.
Now she's emoting as his wife in
Paramount's Joe E, Lewis film film-biography,
biography, film-biography, "The Joker."

The Wrtnet: Overheard at' the
Keyboard: "She used to be In
Who's Who, but since her Jast pic picture
ture picture she's in Who's ThgbHgh.''
Anyone want to 'dispute actor
Vince Barbi's title as Public Ene Enemy
my Enemy No. 1 in show business? he
claims 473 TV and movie "murd "murd-ers"
ers" "murd-ers" but throws a knife at the star
and misses in his latest film, "The
Baby and tha Battleship." "A thing j
like this," he says, "could ruin a

guy's reputation."

ZIPPY FRENCH PASTRY Cor-

mne Calvet has been a silver
blonde since the dav of her divnrtn

from John Bromfield.

"I did evervthinff that dav.' ch

told me, "that was on John's 'No
list and bleaching m v. hair was one

01 ;em. Besides," she added, "I
think a blonde looks better than a

orunet in the morning with a hang

over."

Now married to TV actor Jet.

Irey stone, Corinne was guesting on

Tennessee Ernie Font's TV show

three years in Europe w)

she made seven movies. Now she'll
do a TV series of her own. "Ladv

ul 1 angiers, siaiea xor mining in

ttaiy.
The English film industry, ac

cording to an overseas dispatch,

is "going into tne norror movie
business which in former years
was strictly an American affair."
All those horrible old; British

movies on U.S. television appar apparently
ently apparently don't count.

If Tito Comes To U.S.,Jke
May Face Foreign Aid Setback

Soviet Envoy Snubs
Hungarians Benefit
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP)
Russian Ambassador Ceorgi Zar Zar-oubin
oubin Zar-oubin may have decided to go
elsewhere the night or President
Eisenhower's inaugural ball for
two reasons. 1
Some- of the receipts from the
ball will be donated to Hungarian
relief."-:. 'v .
. He may be retaliating for the
snubbing of some eastern diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic 'receptions in Moscow by
western Big Three diplomats;
Ball chairman Carl Shipley re.
ceive a one-sentence note yester yesterday
day yesterday from the Soviet Embassy say

ing the Ambassador would be

"unable to attend." The Embas

sy gave no reason for rejecting'

the "honored, guest" invitation.
However, a member of the Em Embassy
bassy Embassy staff visited Shipley only a
few days ago and asked about re reports
ports reports that some of the returns
from sales of tickets to the ball
will go for relief of Hungarian re refugees
fugees refugees fleeing Eed terror. He was

told the reports were correct.

Western diplomats in Moscow

began avoiding Soviet block re

ceptions recently because Commu

nist Party Boss Nikita Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev was using' the social occa occasions
sions occasions to make anti-western speech

es.

The western diplomats have

been finding themselves engaged
elsewhere or simply "unable to

attend."

IKY?'-'! i ':i-:'v?K?ri't t

'CARLE BEST (right),- chief of the elictric section. Engineer
iShops, voresents Paul Saarinen (center), a a suggestion awafa
certificate and check for $10 in ceremonies held recently at
Corozal. Looking on at right is William Williamson.
(U.S. Army Phote)

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WASHINGTON,, Jan. 14 (UP)
House Democratic leader John W.
McCormack warned President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower today that his foreign
aid bill will run into trouble if he
invites Marshal tito of Yugoslavia
to visit the United States.
McCormack said that ah official
invitation from Mr. Eisenhower to
the Communist leader "would be
resented by the- American people,

and properly so." He said they

would "consider it an insult."
Would Hamoer Aid

"The resentment of the people

would make it more difficult to
pass an effective foreign assist

ance bill, as well as obtain the
necessary appropriations," he

said.

Congressional, storm clouds be began
gan began gathering late last month.

when a Yugoslav spokesman indi

cated in Belgrade' that plans for

the Tito visit were becoming firm

Bep. Alvin E. O'Konski (R-Wis)

said he might resign in protest;

Secretary of State 'John Foster
Dulles said on Dec. 18 that a Tito

visit was receiving "sympathetic

consideration" and recalled that
he held "worthwhile" talks with

Tito in .1955.';-!. Vw ,'.:

Other i: State Department. off

cials said then that there had

been contacts with the Yugoslav

government on the projected visit

But they added that the quesion
of an inviation still was unde

"consideration and development."

Up To IKE
Sen. William E. Jenner (R-Ind)
joined O'Konski in his opposition.

Several other members of Con

gress, including Sens. Alexander

Wiley (R-Wls) and John Spark Spark-man
man Spark-man (D-Ala), took the position
that it was up to Mr. Eisenhower

and Dulles to decide whether a

Tito visit might benefit this coun

try.
McCormack laid in his state

ment that "Whatever dealings our

country have had with Tito have

been purely on the basis of ex

pediency, and his dialings with
our country have been on the
same basis." ...
In this connection, -a State De Department
partment Department spokesman said earlier
that resumption' of large-scale
military aid, including Jet fighters,
to Yugoslavia Is under considera

tion.

Military aid to Tito slowed to
a trickle last fall when it appeared
that Tito had made a .reconcilia

tion with Moscow. Recently there
have been signs of a new split
prompted by Tito' sharp criti

cism of Russia's suppression ofl
the Hungarian revolution.

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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Rhubarbs Enliven Exciting,
3 Hour 16 Minute Contest
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
TThe Cerveza Balboa Beermen are only one game
behind the league-leading Chesterfield Smokers to to-day
day to-day as a result of their 7-to-3 victory oyer the front front-runners
runners front-runners yesterday at the Olympic Stadium in a wild
and woolly nine-inning game that lasted three hours
16 minutes. A ,.
' The contest was enlivened by two big rhubarbs
(one by each team), the ejection of the winning
pitcher who faced only one batter, and some other
unusual happenings that kept the Sunday afternoon
crowd far from bored despite the length of the game.

i.fh. first strange happening
emr-fcbout in the bottom of
e iecond when Smoker start start--
- start-- TfnmhDTto Robinson, not fa
mous for great hitting, smacked
Bojld double over left fielder
BobJTrke's head with the bases
loaded and two out to bring in
two funs,
Robinson, who usually gets a
maximum pt two -rtetta per
.eason, continued his hitting
strmk by beating out n T
flel single in bis
to live him a perfect two-tor-
ffin M t'h'e -brth Kobby lost
pily Bowling
tourneyGetting
Many Entries
m.. ih nnul City Tourna
ment of the Pan-Canal Bowling As Association,
sociation, Association, sanctioned by the a a-wtfEican
wtfEican a-wtfEican Bowling Congress
Ebeflbled to get underway Feb. 2
afthe" Diablo bowling alleys.
Allready scores of entries are
pburing in to the tournament sec secretary,
retary, secretary, get on the band wagon and(
get ?ou in. This year's tourna tournament
ment tournament is shaping up to be the best
and biggest over. There are rtore,
UrW, and better trophies this
year.
TWn will be on display in the
.4-Hitaw f the Balboa Commy
tlta Jirit of the week. Also the more
entries, tne larger me
wards will be as $2 of the entry
tmt m intn nrize money. The
h'r ti com for your bowling,
oul judge, score keepers. Every
ene in these tournaments have. an
quj.1 chance, as being a handi handicap
cap handicap tournament more low-bowlers
wifik away each year with the
trophies and cash awards. There
a h nansors trophy this year.
(jte There has been a last
minute ehn in
Lfttt year this trophy went to the
sponsor of the winning scratch
mi Thi viir the sponsors tro
phy will go to the winning handl-
cap warn.; nuncvc
on will go to, the scratch bowlers
asfis the case in all of the other
events.
-Thi rhanee in the Sponsors
Trpphy award was considered by
h tnumament committee to be
mqre-fair to all sponsors and
should encourage them to all enter
their teams in the tournament.
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control and walked three men
to load the sacks, and with two
nut .Tnhn nlenn hit a lihe drive

to left field. Bobby Prescott
moved toward the ball and P'
peared settling down and ready
to take It for the third out when
the flychaser tumbled over as
the ball bounced off the fence,
and three crossed the plate.
Bobbv recovered In time, how
ever,- to nip Glenn who had
made the turn at second and
hustled back too late to beat
the throw.
The call, made by umpire Vln
cent watson, did not meet the
approval of the Beermen play players
ers players who argued vocefirously
that Glenn had not back in time.
They gave the arbiter a rough
time.
Prescott said after the game
that Glenn's drive was lifted by
the wind just when he was a a-bout
bout a-bout to make the catch. "As the
Kball took up I hesitated slightly
and the next thin I knew i naa
tripped myself and went spraw sprawling,"
ling," sprawling," he moaned.
In the sixth Carlos Thome, the
second of four Cerveza Balboa
pitchers, walked Eddie Napoleon
with the bases loaded to bring
In the third Smoker run and
make the score three-all. The
righthander was lifted for
Brunet who came In retire the
side when he made Manito Bern
ard fly out to center.
The portsider was tne win
ning pitcher.
In the Beermen seventh with
the bases loaded and no outs,
Tom Flanigan, who had relieved
Robinson, gave way to je r r y
Davie, the third Smoker pitcher.
Davie struck out Trice for the
first out but uncorked a wild
pitch, to bring home the fourth
Beermen run, with Harold Gor
don,' who came in to bat for
Brunet, at the plate.
When plate umpire Dal Thorn Thornton
ton Thornton called a second strike on
Gordon, Brunet, who had re remained
mained remained in the dugout, "holler "hollered
ed "hollered out some obscene remarks,"
according to Thornton, and the
umpire motioned him to leave
the bench.
Brunet strode menacingly
toward Thornton, who had
left his position behind the
plate, but tlVrdbase coach A A-lonso
lonso A-lonso Brathwaite and Glenn,
who was in the "on deck"
circle restrained the temper temperamental
amental temperamental lefty. Brunet went
back to the dugout and took
some minutes gathering his
glove and wlndbreaker while
Dal waited cooly for him to
leave. Thornton said after afterward
ward afterward that Brunet "will defi definitely
nitely definitely be fined."
But the big donnybrook. In the
same inning, was yet to come
Gordon walked to fill the bases
and Glehn hit a roller to Clyde
Parrls at third who threw to
Frank Austin covering second to
force Gordon.
Austin threw to first In an at
tempt to get Glenn and retire
the side on a doubleplay, but
Watson (that man again) mo motioned
tioned motioned "out," then changed his
call to "safe," as the Smokers
began leaving the field.
One run came in and tne
angry, mystified Smokers nearly
mobbed the hapless umpire who
at one time walked almost all
the way to the right field fence
In trying to shake off the mob.
This time, however. Watson
did not change the decision, and
when play was resumed, the
sixth run came in on Herman s
Charles' single.
The unhappy Watson admit admit-ed
ed admit-ed after the game that he
made the "out" call too hasti hastily,
ly, hastily, hut he said that the throw
"nulled Osoro off the bag. and
the only honest thing to do
was to reverse the calL"
In the ninth. Glenn who was
"worried" yesterday after re re-ceivlne
ceivlne re-ceivlne word that his father in
Moultrie. Ga.. had suffered a
stroke, hit his fifth homer of the
season.
I A record for most Ditchers In
i one Pro League fame was set
;when a total of nine five for.
Chesterfield saw action. Flani Flanigan
gan Flanigan was the losing hurler.
The same team meets in a
doubleheader tomorrow evcnlni
I beginning at 6 o'clock at the
Stadium.

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THE COURT JESTER.

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BUILD UP Sidney Wise!
uses a half-dozen telephone
directories for a more direct!
approach to a masse shot. The!
11 -year-old displayed his skilll
in a Boys' Billiard Champion-i
ship in London. Old-timers re recall
call recall Willie Hoppe as. a kid.'
Dads Advice
To Hero Son,
Wait a While
ATLANTA (UPWA father's iIp
termination that his son shouldn't
make the same mistake he made
as a youth has put a ray of hope
in what could have been, a dismal
basketball season at Alabama.
John (Jack) Kubiszyn Jr. Is the
Dngnt spot for Alabama cage fans
this year, and chances are the
165-pounder could not have stood
off the onslaught of professional
baseball scouts long enough to go
to college if it weren't for Pod.
Kubiszyn, presently one of the
South eastern Conference's too
basketball point-gathers, is also
one of the league s top baseball
players and one of the country's
jop prospects with eight or nine
major league clubs hot on his
trail,
Pop Had Sam Choico
John Sr. a railroad brakeman In
Buffalo, N. Y., was once faced
with a similar choice. He was also
fine baseball prospect, but he
passed up a college scholarship
lor a quick snot at pro baseball.
In his second season in the minors
he ruined his arm and all was
lost. He doesn't want Junior to
make the same mistake.
Neither does Alabama Basket
ball Coaclr Dr. Gene Lambert.
Kubiszyn, a little man by basket
ball standards at 5-10, is the Crim
son ride s Mo. 1 star. Although a
guard, he's averaging 25.9 points
per game and he's the team's tpp
piaymaker.
Kubiszyn, who starred in foot
ball as well as baseball and
basketball at Buffalo's Bishop-
Fallon High School, bad his best
night of his college career earlier
this season against Mississippi Col College.
lege. College. He hit on 17 of 32 field goals
and racked up 47 points, in all,
to break the old school scoring
record of 43 points, set by big
Jerry Harper last year.
Impressive on Diamond
The baseball scouts havent quit
houndine Kubiszyn since the
talented shortstop hit .375 with the
Alabama nine last year, but the
20-year-old junior plans to work
out his education major aso that
he will have a job if the arm
ver elves way.
The special talents that make
junior a top baseball prospect also
make him tne star ne is on me
court. According to Alabama
rhM. his attributes are "speed.
eaod hands and mostly a burning
desire for competition.
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with Cirk Douglas

Bulldogs Hope To Start
Baseball Season Where
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They Left Off

Defending champions, the BHS
Bulldogs, will be out to get their
1957 Interschplastic League base baseball
ball baseball season off on the right foot
than anoaffn thft always dati-
vruu ,5 o -
rvistnhal Tieers this ri-
ri.i, niht at Ralhna stadium. This
' ...ill ih. Tntorcrhnlastic
League off and running in wha
should be a nip and tuck battle
right up to the final games ou
Feb. 15.
With only four Utterwinners
off the championship 1956 teams,
coach Paul Karst will hav a
man sized job on hii hands to
qual the achievements of last
yaar is outfit. That Him not only
won tho school league, but also
tho Pacific Twilight League in
tho playoff game with Lucky
Strike.
Heading the wearers of the B
that will be playing again is Owen
Sutherland, who will be the cap captain
tain captain of this year's team. Suther Sutherland
land Sutherland played second base for the
Bulldogs last year, and did such a
good job that he was picked on
the All-League team. Karst has
been experimenting with Suther
land at third this year, ana pians
to start the season wih Don Byt-
er at second. Ryter was on the
squad last year, and played sev
eral games for the Bulldogs at
infield positions,
i
Along with Sutherland is Danny
Winklosky, leading hitter in the
Twilight League for 1956, and an another
other another All Interscholastic League
players. Winklosky will hold down
the all important short stop posi
tion. Completing the infield will be
Bob Hamilton at first base. He
was a pitcher on the team of last
season, but near the end of the
campaign he began to take -a turn
at the initial sack. v.
Tho third lttormen of the
group will be patrolling tho cen center
ter center field areas this year in the
person of Charlie French,- French
person of Charlie French.
French was in right field last
year, and it if felt that his
speed and all around ability as
Jackie To Make
Retirement
Official Today
NEW YORK. Jan. 14 (UP)
Jackie Robinson, who la leaving
'em mad in Milwaukee, was
scheduled to make his retire retirement
ment retirement from baseball final and of official
ficial official today.
Robinson's new employer, a
reetaurant chain, announced
that they veteran Brooklyn
Dodger star will dictate Is let letter
ter letter of retirement" fci their of office
fice office and Invited reporters to
watch his dictation technique.
Once the letter Is written,
signed, and mailed, Robinson is
Is officially out of baseball and
his Dec. 13 trade from the Dod
gers to the New YorK Giants is
cancelled. The Dodeers then will
have to five back to the Giants
the $30 000 in cash and pitcher
Dick Littlefield they received.
Robinson's statement aurnis
the weekend that nlght-ciuD-
bine bv two key tilayers helped
beat the Milwaukee Braves In
last year's oennant race sun was
rirasim, fir from Braves offi
cials and fans today, even thoutrh
Tackle withdrew tne remaric
Saturday pnd said he felt "I am
wrons In thi case, even t.houph
the source of my Information is
reliible."
In Santa wrbara, Canr..
braves' tar third baseman F F-dV
dV F-dV Mthws snrrested tartly
that PoMoson m f"t tryln
in !Sn mor wMlr'tv." an
added, "h nrobahlr Intends to
w't another ma",f' tj."
"I d"r't knew wsonal'v of
anv or the Mirwvtee piavpr
who did si'ch m thine." said
Mathews "Plavrs nrally like
to tsve a rounie of beer now
nd then, but t know nf non n
them on on- team wno stayed
out all night :
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a fielder will make him a cap
able replacement for the depart departed
ed departed Joe Cicero. Along with Char
lie In tho outer gardens will be
Ritchie More and Lem Kirkland.
Wayne Wall, the fourth letter-
men and fast balling right hand
er, will get the starting call on the
mound with Bruce B.ateman to do
the receiving. Wall had a good
season with the .Bulldogs 1 a st
year, and much of the hopes of
the 1957 Bulldogs must rest on bis
shoulders. Bateman played a o m e
ball with the American Legion out
fit in last year s Twilight League
and he should be capable of tak taking
ing taking over the high school catching
duties this year. With his 230-some
odd pounds it must be admitted
that he has the size for the job.
The remainder of the squad will
be made up of Morgan Schoch,
George Barbier, and Fred; Harley
as pitchers; Charlie Chase and
George Trimble to spell Bateman
behind the plate: Corbin'Mc Griff,
and Eric Washburn in the outfield,
and Gerry Durfee, Norman Peder Peder-Son,
Son, Peder-Son, and Pete Corrlgan as reserve
infielders.
Excitement Packed
Cerveza Balboa
AS
Glenn, cf 5
Charles, 3b a
Lopez, 2b 5
P Osorio, lb 4
Kellman, c 3
Pinkston, rf 4
Moore, ss 2
Trice, If 3
Brown, u I
Grenald 0
Thome, p 0
Brunet, p .0
Gordoa .....0;
Arthur, p ..t
R-IIPO
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0
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0
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33 7 9 27 12
Grenald walked for Brown In
5th.
Gordon walked for Brunet In
7th.
Chesterfield Chesterfield-Napoleon,
Napoleon, Chesterfield-Napoleon, rf
Bernard, ss
Parris, 3b ....
E. Osorio, lb
Austin, 2b
Prescott, If ..
Grote, cf
Cobos, c .......
Robinson, p ..
Nunez
Flanigan,. p ..
Davie, p
Michalec, p ..
Heron
Gordon, p .....
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32 3 8 27 18
Nuflea walked for Robinson in
6th.
Heron out at first for Micha Michalec
lec Michalec in 8th.
Score by innings:
C. Balboa
Chest.
000 030 301 7
020 001 0003
SUMMARY
Errors: E. Osorio. RBI's: Ro-
hlnann 5 rslenn 4 Mannlunn I
Charles. Earned runs: cerveza
Balboa 5, Chesterfield 3. Two
base hits: Robinson, Lopet,
Glenn, parrls, Kellman. Home
runs: Glenn. DoubleDlavs
Charles. Lopez, P. Osorio. Stolen
base: Moore, wild pitch: Brown.
Davie. Struck out by: Brown 1
Robinson 3. Davie 1. Michalec 1.
Base on bo'is off: Brown 4. Ro
blnson 3, Thome 2, Flanlean 1,
Davie 1, Michalec 1. Arthur 1.
Left on hase: Crvp7a Balboa 5,
Chesterfield 9. pitchers' record:
Brown 2 runs. 4 hits In 4 'n.
nines: Robinson. 3 runs, 4 hits
in 6 innln?s: Thome 1 run. s
hits in 1 2-3 'nntnp Pitched to
3 hatters in 7th); Prunet. Onms.
1 hit in 9-1 innings: Mi"hiee 0
runs, 2 niT in i i-n mnn.
Winnlnar n'her: "mnpt H-Si.
rosin nltch'r: F'ariian f-V
TTmn)res: "ornton. wm.
Williamson. Time of frame: 3:16-

. The Santa Eduvigls Stable's
five-year-old Argentine-bred bay
Tony yesterday outgamed Rosier
to score a thrilling half-length
victory in the featured $650 sev seven
en seven furlong sprint for .Third Se Series
ries Series Imported thoroughbreds at
the President Remon racetrack.
The now unpredictable son of
Tonico-Tilly, once one of most

consistent horses racme in Pan
ama. was out for business this
time. Off fast, he raced along
side speedy Gavilan until the
latter bolted at the far end oi
the backstretch. Tony forged to
the front with Rosier in close
pursuit. ;
Meanwhile, Elko, which had
stumbled at the start, and slow
starting mutuels choice Pap Pap-pa
pa Pap-pa Flynn, which got off more
slowly than usual, were al already
ready already far behind.
Tony swung Into the home
stretch about a half length in
front of Rosier and maintained
his margin in the furlong-and-a-half
drive to the finish line.
Many were of the opinion that
uuiuermo Sanchez outrode and
outgeneralled Jose M. Avila who
had the leg up on Rosier.
P&ppa Jlynn closed fast to
wind up almost three lengths
Denind Rosier while Elko was
fourth and the bolting Gavilan
a baa last on the extreme out outside
side outside rail.
Tony turned the seven fur furlongs
longs furlongs in the relatively poor time
of 1:26. He rewarded his back
ers with a $12.20 payoff. This,
however, was much less than O O-ro
ro O-ro Purito's $36.40 in the ninth
race. ;
Sanchez was the day's lead leading
ing leading rider wih two victories. He
also Scored aboard Don Brigido
in another stretch battle this
time outriding Vincent Brown
who piloted Ocean Star.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Black Bee $6.20, 4.
2 Toxic $5.40.
SECOND RACE
1 Don Brigido $4 60, 2.80.
2 Ocean star $3.
First Double: $15.60,
THIRD RACE
Merryf.siinper $10.80, 3.60.
2 Arpegio $3.80.
One-Two: $31.60
FOURTH RACE
lCurrita $2.80, 2.40.
2--La Rubia $4.
Quiniela: $22.40
FIFTH RACE
1 Blue Moon $5.40, 4.
2 Fuego $9.40.
SIXTH RACE
lMy Friend $M0, 4.40.
2 Socorrito $3.20.
SFVFNTTT RACE
irnn 5.20, 3 R0.
2 Rpniiron SA2n. J
Second Double: $24.60
EIGHTH RACE
1 Albatross M.20, 2 60.
2 Andes
Quiniela: S8.20
NINTH wCE
1rrn PnrHo rf0, 11.80.
2 Pan-aretta $5.0.
One-Two: B.142.40
TENTH F .CE
1 T0nv i20. 4.20.
2 Rosier $6.
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Teams-:
Chesterfield.
Cerveza Balboa.
Carta Vieja .

TOMORROW'S GAMES-(2)-At Panama
Chesterfield (Davie 2-1 and Robinson 3-2
or Michalec 10), vs.
Cerveza Balboa (Brunet 3-3 and' Sheets 2-3).
Game Time: 6 o'clock.
YESTERDAY'S RESULT At Panama
Cerveza Balboa 7, Chesterfield 3.

Tonight; Gould Tell Tale

Whether Kansas Will

Th rough Season Unbeaten

NEW YORK. Jan. 14 (UP)
Tonibht could tell the tale on
whether Kansas, the nation's
No. l basketball team, will eo
through the season unbeaten;
Putting a perfect 12-0 record
on the line, Kansas in vanes
Ames, Iowa, tonight for a meet meeting
ing meeting with Iowa State a team it
washable to defeat by only 58-57
on a neutral court last montn
in the Big Seven pre-season
tournament.
If the Jayhawks can jret by
this one, they'll have only 10
games to go for a perfect sea season
son season with another game against
Iowa State (but .this time In
Kansas on Feb. 2) and two
tilts with Nebraska looming as
the chief obstacles.
North aCrolina, the nations
No. 2 team and-tne oniy oiner
major college still on tne un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten list with a perfect 14-0
record, faces only nine more
hurdles to the end of the regular
season. And the Tarheels' big big-irisf.
irisf. big-irisf. t.pst also mav come this
week, Tuesday night, when they
visit arch-rivai worm uaiu"
State.
fti.r t.haf Mnrt.h Carolina still
will have another meeting with
State, two with high-ranked
Duke, and one with high-ranked
Wake Forest. s the top items
on the schedule. .
Both of the national leaaers
oosted victories Saturday nigni
to lead a general advance of
ranked and favored teams, itacn
had the benefit of a 30-pnint
individual effort Wilt (The
atm. rhnmherlain tossinc In
that manv, including seven in
the last three minutes, to give
Kansas a 51-45 decision over
Kansas State, pnd T.ennto Pos Pos-enbluth
enbluth Pos-enbluth of the Tar Heels hitting
30 m a 102-90 romp over vir
glnla. : ;-:
Only three teams ranked a a-mong
mong a-mong the nation's ton 20 were
beaten Saturday eeht-rank-ed
Oklahoma A. & M., which
ta u. Houston team
that hit 45.6 percent of Its;
shot; ninth-ranked Vander Vander-bilt,
bilt, Vander-bilt, a 68-66, loser to Mississip Mississippi;
pi; Mississippi; and 13th-ranked Minnesota,
which took an 89-66 whaling
from Iowa's BHg Ten cham champions,
pions, champions, led by Tom Payne's 24
points.
a rniilt of Saturday ac
tion, here's the situation in maj
nr .nnfrenr.es!
Bir TenOhio State (2-0), the
only team unbeaten in league
nlav fnllnwprt hv four at 2-1
Illinois Purdue. Michigan, and
Indiana. Ohio St. risks its mark
ntrainst Minnesota tonight. Mi
chtean St. on Saturday, both
home.
Pacific Coast Conierence
California (5-0) lust a lumn a-
head of UCLA and Washington
(each (4-0). Washington, oniy
orm nt the trio nlavlne this
week, can jumo ahead by beat-
mc Stanford twice, fti. ana sat.
. Ivy Princeton (3-0) la trailed
bv oClumbla. Darmouth. and
Yale (each 2-1). Princeton-Dart
mouth dash Friday Is week's top
game.
Atlantic Coast Even if North
Carolina -(5-0) loses to N. C.
StaU tomorrow, it will stay a a-head
head a-head of ldl Duke (4-lrr
Southeastern Kentucky, na nation's
tion's nation's No. 3 team, and defending
rhfltnn AlabanUL tied at 2-0.
each nlav one league game this
week on Fat
Missouri Valley Wichita n-
0) can go ahead by beating
Houston tonljrht, Tulsa on Sat,
even If ro-leader Bradeley (2-0)
wins onThurs. against Houston.
Bi Seven Kansas (3-0 with
lead over four teams at 1-1,
plays only Iowa-St. tonight, then
Is ldlen ntll Feb. 3.
Southwest SALU. M3-. na
tion's No. 4 team, meets runner runner-un
un runner-un Rice (3-1) tomorrow." then
Tera on Friday. v
Skyline Brieham Young nsics
ts 3-0 mrk only anst Utah
St. on Friday. If RY.UV is uwet.
Utjh (9-i tie by beating
Montana on ast
Other conference leaders

Yankee: Connecticut,, Malne.J

Won Lost Pet GB
10 8 fi

.500; ; X
8 10 .444 2

Go
Rhode Island (each (1-OT; Mid MidAmerican:
American: MidAmerican: Miami (6-0); Border:
Texas Western (3-0).
Fangio Wins
Another Race
In Argentina
BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 14 (UP)
Juan Manuel Fangio.i the world
champion race driver in 1956 and
already off to a triumphant-start
this year, said today he probably
will go to Europe in the hope, of
scoring additional victories during
the lnt.Prnatinnol
Pete in a Maserati yesterdav.
The veteran, Argentinian driver.
a heavy pre-race favorite,' never,
was worse than fourth in th iL'.
x.u us oe was docked in
tnree hours, zero minutju inJ o

seconds over 391.236 kilometers for'
an average speed of 129.740.
Fangio took the lead after 33
laps and held it nntil th-

the race at whirh tim. 1,. u.j
completed 100 laps,
It was a clean sweep for Masera-
ti as Jean Behrs of frm
ed second and Carlos Menditegby,
of Argentina was third.
The victorv far Fnnou ....
fourth one in this event. He won by;
himself in 1954 and 1955, and last
year he took over Luigi Musso'a
car when his own broke down and
went on to win the race.
Of the six Ferraris entered, on-
sixth places;
Large Crowd Sees
Skin Diving Clinic ;
Af Albrook Pool
A large enthusiastic crowd
watched the-El Panama Skin
Diving club demonstrate the
proper use of underwater cUying
equipment at the Albrook swim swimming
ming swimming pool last night.
Bob Mcllvaine, the club presi president,
dent, president, started the program by in introducing'
troducing' introducing' each fit tha olitK
cers and members and then con- -tinued
throughout the program
to explain each demonstration
In detaiL ;
The club was formed In Oc October
tober October of last year and has grows
to become the- largest active
group of divlno; enthusiasts on
the Isthmus. There are regular -weekly
meetings very Tuesday
SWlmmlna- nool and lnrmn. In...
terested in skin diving Is In--
ings are over, the swimming pool
Is used to test equipment and
cnecK out au new comers In the
use of underwater breathing e e-qulpment.
qulpment. e-qulpment. ;
Durins- the demonstrations lt
night Willard Reese, Ron Jen Jensen
sen Jensen and Carl Blerschmldt, show -ed
how to put th-rubber faea
uii uuuerwaier. v THIS IS
quite a feat because .the water
must all be blown out in order
to insure the swimmer, the
proper vlsllblltT and comfort.
Betty Berry, an expert swimmer,
both above and below the water,
baffled the audience bv tosstn
all 9 V .P 1m A a 4 4
ment mto tne pool and then div-.
In down and puttina on the
face mask and air lung under-
water..
Gil Berkhelmer and Bter-
schmidt performed the difficult
feat of two swimmers staying
underwater uslnt; only" one air :
rung. This was called the bud- -dy
system of breathing. 'When
this happen a diver's buddy can -move
in and share his air sup supply
ply supply with the other persons as
suring a sale return to the sur surface.
face. surface. .. :



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TBM PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPEP

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. JOE WILLIAMS

' Baseball salaries are traditionally regulated on-an ex-post
facto 4asis. A player's yalue is fixed on what he did Jas year,

not on wnaf he may do this year. 1
To this" extent 'the policy Is a one-sided gamble, srttlit the

odds obviously favoring the club owner. Baseball,, law gives

the owner still another edge, i line piayernas a had year
the owner can slice his pay 25 percent. ;

This brings us to Sal.Maglie, the Giants of 55, and the
Brooks of :57. vThe Barber wants the 25 percent cut restored
the -owner still another edge. If the player, has a bad year.

aiter ne neipea pui inem uiw wie o worm aeries.
' A modest enough request in the light of his contributions
to the Brooka': champlonshiD following early season acquire

ment. 'He started 26 games, went all. the way In nine, won 13

while lo&lnsr onlv five. Ditched three shutouts and had an ERA

,oi 2.87; fourth best in the league, jP.S. He also had a 'no-'hitter.J

.. But the Barber will be, 40 come April and, ace has always
. been a convenient weapon for club owners in salary negotia negotiations.
tions. negotiations. At 20, Jimmy Foxx became regular with the then
Philadelphia AAAs, a long-ball, natural .300 hitter. Mack gave
him a $509 raise.-e"-.?'" vv fc ,.;:'. V ,:,:... :
"He gave me some advice, too," old Double X told us in
Florida last spring.- "At my age, ae said, too much money might
i. Msglle'a agei ls against him but even u he failed to win
gave the Brooks front office would be far ahead on the
deal, no matter how much they added to his pay check, With Without
out Without him' they 'would have- finished fourth last season. 1 -.-.-.?.?
Don-Larsen s won't wind up with as fat a contract as
Mickey Mantle, yet the Yanks may find film Just as difficult
to deal' With, v'As the only ;man this side of Mars to-have
pitched a perfect, game In the World Series (no one had pitch pitched
ed pitched 'even' a no-hltter before), The gay Swede properly regards
himself as gate attraction. His asking price Is $30,000.
: '' "' '.. 'i
; slf;'. AiDED.'AltRACTlipN ; '. :

' "Whaf vp thev nft v' me. they'll eet "back in spring exhlbi

tlons and first time arouncVin the league race," he relays from

San Diego, bis off-season base. . ( j
t onniredeR that Mantle, because of his home-run

prowess,' not to mention his eminence as a Journalist, is a sure sure-fiire
fiire sure-fiire draw, but maintains nevertheless that his pwn unique dis dis-tinctinn
tinctinn dis-tinctinn pives him a Dositive box-office value In which he is

Besides Larsen," 28 next August; feels that he has quali quali-.
. quali-. a (rt.aff reffiiiar and now will' be used In rotation. In 20

starts last season he had six complete games, won 11, lost five,
fanned 107 to 180 innings, and his 3.25 placed him seventh in

the ERA,-column. .Wi ffi -.ir "''.'.
Ta Aini fnr moment. Judainc bv our mail. ERA con

tinue to, be mystery to some readers. Spelled ut It means

.rnd-rnn. averace. i, It's a statistic arrived at by droppmg

wm-tmA n.n (rnni the nltcher'i record. Only runs for

which he has been oficlally responsible are retained. In
r4' nm irltimatelT earned off his delivery. -

Larsen experimented by pitching without" a wlndup once

the pennant had been ciincnea iasi. season a bi &"uV c"
' suits with it.; Naturally, he's going to stick with. it Hesays:
t ..n't vin hut think I would have won more and had a

.kniA. itd 4 if t hrt tA it all the time." y

fJ"" trr'.:iT",AZ, r v,c nm h hpsltated to trv

Cerda Third;

Billy' Watts
Lov Amateur

WATSON

i 1 ,,rhe no-windup idea was his own and he

U nn&u pcjuuuu au r L

:X?;rx'?M.W 'BAR?' LONG-TERM FACT ;v

Niwest'iiew Is that he. wni; not sign
.JthaonV-yeat. Manae is the of player the

owners are -willing,: even eager to gamble they have the
laB&-&SS' m View of earlier eomments
n toeubject, consider these facts: Jfantle won't be 26 ntU
rrtXp i'-ATinarentlv after a long, halting start he has

finally- found' himself. If this, is so; and he escapes injury, he
Sd?be9 the game's -most illustrious star for the next five

years pr nwn.
- A "three-year contract would be to the
. T u Manila's' allar. f

5T-W1 -iS nd eurtafi hi. bargaining opportunities If
M.ntloihoild break the Babe's classic 60 he doesn't want to
wit coS of year, to collect on it. That's why he bar. the
-ffls'SSi in'the first 'vear of a-three-year contract
and wa ; confuence he mightiest home-run performance
the ame hasTver known didn't net him 10 cents extra from
the 'Yanks. '- i :' : 1

Tanks' advantage

even though pegged

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PACIFIC tlTTLE LEAGUE
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. onr:"-2 0 1.000

rnlft 1 1.000

Gibraltar Life i1
T.lnrnln t.lfii ,11 .500

H!lk .'1414 . 0 l .000

Seymour Agency ..' .'.t 2 v -000
"With veteran Gene Seek" oh
the mound, the Lincoln Life
team broke into the win column
when they defeated the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Agency aggregation four to
nothing. v ;
The name-was well played by
both sides, but -Beck had the
edee' over Arosemena, allowing
only two hits against five for
the winners, one of the five bits
Arosemena allowed was Frerich's

home Tun over the 18S foot bar bar-T'er.
T'er. bar-T'er. French had a field day at
the plate. collecting: three bits
for a perfect afternoon, f i
One of the features .of the

game, especially for Little League
play; was the excellent control
on the hill. Neither Beck nor A A-rosemena
rosemena A-rosemena walked a single man.

The box score:
Seymour Agency AB
Carlson, cf 3
Anderson, lb 3

Calleja. 3b .........2

Boatwright. ss ......2

Corrlnan. e 2

Pearl. 2b .. 2
Raymond, rf .......2

Blaney. If I
Arosemena. p 2

Moses bit lor caiieja

8th.

Lincoln Life

Martie. If

BecK. v ...
Ostre". ss

French, 3b
Case, c

Farnsworth.. lb ,...2
ngelke L.. cf

Duran. 2b 1

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By, WALTER C

The-1957 Panam Open is now in

the record cooks ana a new cnam
pion hat been .crowned.
Doiig Fori, the quiet, methodi methodical,
cal, methodical, accurate shot-maker, retain
ed his lead to take top honors in
the 'Panama Open when he shot
a two over par 74, his .worst day's

play, for r a 277 total to win by

two strotes over Dow jcusterwaia,

whose gallant effort was a little

short.

; Antonio Cerda., the artist from

Argentine,-shot a 70 to total 280
and displace big George Bayer for

third place money, ; with Bayer

and the gaucho Roberto de Vicen Vicen-zo
zo Vicen-zo ending up in a tie for fourth

police with 281. '"rt.

Art wall, who played consistent

golf throughout the tournament,
ended up fifth place with 283 and

the defending champion, -i Arnold

Palmer, baving another rough

day, ended up with 286 for sixth

place money.

This year's iat round lacked
the colorful climax of last year's
Snoarf Palmar sudden death
playoff as Ford maintained hit
lead throughout and, d a t p I t o
bogeys on the 13th and 14th
holtt, whore hit lead wat cut to

two ttroket.

Firnsterwald ran Into serious
trouble on the 15th, going into the
rough and ending up with a dou double
ble double bogey and Ford-again had a
comfortable margin of four

strokes as he parred that hole
Ford bogeyefl the 16th while Fin

sterwald was collecting a birdie
and Ford's lead was reduced to

two strokes with two holes left to
play.: Both Ford and Finsterwald

parrea tnese holes and Ford e e-mersed
mersed e-mersed the 1957 chamnion with a

aouoie-oogey and Ford again had

msterwaia ran into serious
trouble on the 15th, going into the
rough and ending up with a dou-

Die-bogey and Ford again had a

comfortable margin of four

strokes as he parred that hole.
Ford bogeyed the 16th while Fins-

terwald was collecting a birdie
and Ford's lead was reduced to
two strokes with two holes left tn

play. Both Ford and Finsterwald

parred these holes and Ford e-

merged the 1957 chamnion with a

total of 177,, six strokes better

than Palmer's total for last; year

mi .six sixdkcs mgner .man the
record set by Slammintf Sam

Snead in 1954.

The best total for the da

89 shot by de Vicenzo and Jim

eree. High winds were orobablv

responsioie xor most of the high
scores registered.

Intramural Sports

Gene Frauenheim's team of

paddle swingina; ping pong play

ers swept through the C League

competition with out defeat to

take the title in the Balboa Ju

nior-Senlor : High Intramural

program. Frauenheims gang

overcame their final obstacles

this week by winning from Paul

Underwood's team 4 to 0 and

then blasting Larry corrlgan's
foursome by the same 4 to 0
count. --
Top player on the winning
team was Malcolm Wheeler who
went through the 1 game sea season
son season without a r defeat, and
Frauenhelm i was. only up et

once, winning 6 and wsins; l.
Ken Anderson had the same re record
cord record for champs, 6 and 1, while
tne fourth member of the team,

Gordy Boswell has a 3 1 and 1

record. As a team tney won 23
matches and lost only 3.
Seconds place honors were
taken by Frank Aserson's team
while Jim PoJ.ter'5 team and Carl
La"m's team tied for third. ;,The
ease with which Frauenheim's
team won can be easily seen

when the second place team is

.w.1liXril league 18 really in a last ditch

team play v have been invited, tc
take part in an elimination tour tournament
nament tournament which will start thlf
Monday. 'The boys who receivec
the invitations were Gent
Frauenhelm, Bill Wilkinson.
Dennis Bradshaw, Peter Green.
Ken Anderson, Malcolm Wheel Wheeler,
er, Wheeler, Jorge de la Guardla, and Joe
Salterio. ,
In the A-B League ping pong
Joe Behar and his teammates
have already secured the title
and there Is still a round of
games to play. Behar's teaTn
practically ran off and hid from
the rest of the league. They
have a 6 and 0 record thus far,
and it will be the upset of the
year if ; anyone beats them in
the final set of games.
Four teams are Vied for sec second
ond second position, but they only have
a .500 season compared to Beh Beh-ar's
ar's Beh-ar's perfect 1.000 rating. These

teams are Benito Salaa'. Leon
Bobrdwolski's, eGorge. Alerrian's.
and Mike i Morton. The other
three teams are all tied with a

2 and 4 record so it can be seen
that except for the supremacy
of Behar's team, the rest of the

Brave Belg

ian Brings Back

Stars In Six-Day Bike Race

for Aseron's team was Jorg. de

la Guardla with 7 wins and no
losses, while little Joe Salterio
had four wins and 1 loss.
- ax a climax to the season .lust

completed, the 8 boys with the
best won-lost records in the

Tears In Ring;
Minks, Iceland
Cause o Gloom

- By OSCAR FRALEY
. ismw vork (UP) The sands

of Jacobs Beach were lnunaaieu
today by the teats of the fight
mob following a series of events

which fractured tlw Srches on
every pair of blue suede shoes in
Cauliflower Canyon.
In the busiest, and blackest. 24

hour period -since the last a M i

hot wat beaten m a Dreeze, dox-

ing reeled under these discourag

ing developments: '

Ton player irf the leanue on

a won-lost basis is Cesar Kiamco
who has won 7 games with a de defeat.
feat. defeat. He Is the only player in
the league with an unmarred
record, while Leon Bobrowolski
has 7 and 1. George Aleman 5
and 1. and Roland Chanls with

a 6 and 2 record.
LEAGUE STANDINGS
r fj Leagoe Pine Pong
(Final standings)

.Por. nf 9M .iiwJi a.lnwe are in bis head. "Pols

lindo 297. Hrb Mitt;n V,i P. "y 1 happen to

The new chamDinn taterl that

he thought the local course was
very good and looked forward tn

returning in the future. He receiv received
ed received his cash prize of $2,000 and a

tet of silver tableware from Pre.

went trnesto de la Guardia Jr.

High praif ii dua Dick Dah.

linger, Fred Gerhardt, Albert

Arlaa, Carlot d la Guardia and
all other members of the com com-mittaat
mittaat com-mittaat for a porfactly-organiied

tournament, conducted to t h

entire tatitfaction of the com com-petitora
petitora com-petitora and the public.
Billy Watts, the visiting ami

eur from Fort Lauderdale, Flori Florida,
da, Florida, had to extend himself to win
top amateur honors. He had a fin

al

Galindo 297, Herb Mitten 298, Jai Jaime
me Jaime de la Guardia 300 and Nor Norman
man Norman Lewter. who led for the first

two dayt, 304.

The final results:

aOoufl Ford
xDow Finsterwald
xAntonie Cords
(George Bayer. ,'

x Roberto do Vkenie
lArr WaH
Arnold Palmer
xArt Oaorina

xDoug Sander
xFidel do Luca
xHanry do Cattlll
xMik Fetchick
xJimmy Johnson
xJIm Ferroo
Billy Watt
xJoo Cored '-
Anibal Galindo

xRicardo- Ri
xJo Lopoi

Herb Mitten
Jaimo d la Guardia
xCarle 1 Rodriguet v
Norma Lewter ',
. $etaoin shrdlu -Norman
LeWler .
xDick Goodmaa

Tom Connor

xAaibal Macarroa,: -Earl
Gorrana
John MacMvrray
George Rfloy r r-Jack
Jack r-Jack Smith
Enrique Starling
Dorsoy Nevorgall
Charley MacMvrray
Bill Dickon. i
Don Haw .'

Tony Janiw

1. : Iceland banned boxing. '.

2. Jake Lamotta, the Bronx bull

was arraigned on a morals charfp

after allegedly mixing in among

the calves.

' 3. Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson

a writer and-or fighter of little

note, wat arrested on charges of

forging tut driving license.
Mink Mating Season

4. Middleweight champion Gene

Fullmer refused to fight Ray

Robinson in March because it will
be. the mink mating season on his

manager's Utah ranch.

5. Carmen Basilio. the welter

king, "hoited" his hand and thus

delayed his title bout with Johnny

baxton.

6. And heavyweight champion

r ioya Patterson didn't even have

a mother in law with whom to

fight.

i Bona De a bum ran on

Jake," quoth Murray the memory

uooaman, a ; boxing publicist

Team t"""W 1 Pct.
Frauenhelm .w.7 0 l.nnn
Aseron ...,.,,...6 1 .857
Lam .......,....'4 3 .571
Potter ......... j4 3 .571
R&P;er ,.3 4 .459
Underwood ......3 4 .429
Corrigan l e .141
Lombano .o 7 .000
A-B League Ping Pong
Sehar ....,'...... o. j.000
Salas 3 3 .5nn
Dobrowolski 3 3 .50")
Aleman 3 3 500
Norton 3 3 .500
vaughan 2 4 .333
Pearl ...........2 4 .333!
iBarr .2 4 .333

By HARRY GRAYSON
CLEVELAND: 'Jan. 14 (UP)

tt takes a brave man to try to brine

pac me eut-aay oiko race in tms

Mimtry, but the fact remains that

thf ride to nowhere is big stuff

elsewhere, were the bicycle re

mains the principal means of

transportation.
' I 1 ..Hi1!

So, it is quite natural that it is a

wealthy foreigner,- Louis Parys of

Belgium, who is taking a stab at
restoring the swifter pedal-pushers

to me place they neid in the Unit-

ed States from the end of World

war I untu -the eariy 1930's.

The new combination opens with

a grind at the Cleveland Arena.

Jan. 22-28. With "international stars

competing, tne proauction goes to
Columbus,, -OV Feb 5. There is a

strone noasibilitv that the ahnw will

I e staged i outdoors fa Mianii in
February. . '
Also behind this latest-tirnlopt

of course, are George Harvey, the
old rider, who is a New York truck trucking
ing trucking magnate, arid that other bike
racing diehard, Harry N. Sperber,

me leiecaster wno. was the inter interpreter
preter interpreter at the Nuremburg Trials.
Harvay and Sporber are having
their difficulties with Parys and his
associate, Piet Van Kempen, who
insist on doing things the Continent,

Nil way.

'Van Kempen is so anxious that
he wants to take the race to Hunt Huntington,
ington, Huntington, W. Va., and Windsor, Onta Ontario,"
rio," Ontario," explains one close to the pro

motion. "The reason is that he

can obtain arenas there on a per

centage basis, while he has to put

up a deposit io iana snowpiaces
where he can do business."
"Imagine trying to sell the good
people of Huntington and Winds Windsor
or Windsor on the 3 a. m. sprints and a
French rider named Michel Re-

i aud-Maitre," sighs Press Agent
Sperber.
Anyway, Cleveland will see its
first poit-war six-day bike race
with 24 superior wheelmen having
it out on a spanking new wooden
track in a gruelling 146-hour grind
of thrills and spills.
Just like in the good old days,
when Franco Georgetti, Reggie Mc Mc-Namara,
Namara, Mc-Namara, Alfred Goullet, Oscar Egg

other bike jockeys were as

kwmhmmv mi i, ii "1M. M-fffwiwnfHiwBffniwwaiaiiaiinlwiaTiiimwiWMWi.waiMwwwiM
. ''.-J.v
nL.1

-Hugo Koblet tent his partner, Armin Von.'

EXTRA PUSH.

Buren, out jn front by giving him an extra push to help the'lfV!

-day bicycle race in Brussels. Prnmrttra1?

Swist team win a six

nope mey- are moving in the right direction in revivir the
sport in Cleveland, J an. 2228. International stars are riding..

ed throughbred
parts.

racing counter

America will be represented in
the. husky form of Jackie Heid of

Kockaway, N. J., who wore the
i ru i .

oiara sua pinpes in me issz u u-lympic
lympic u-lympic Games, and other flyers.
International luminaries dome

frcm France, Germany, Belgium.

Italy, Holland, Spain and Australia.
New York fans would recognize
Marcel Bareth of France, who took
fifth place in the last six-day mara marathon
thon marathon held in the United States at a

New York armory in 1950. Bareth't
partner, Michel Renaud-Maitre, in

.333 1 well known at their more cefebrat- the twoon world is a combination

. '. .-
of Charles Boy er and Elvis pfeSf
ley. Germans are Herbert Wein Wein-nch
nch Wein-nch and Hems Zoll.
From Milan come Nino Di Ross
and Mario Morettlni. The appear-m,
ance of a Spanish team Hugbet
Jose Amettle and Alfredo Yuste
is a novelty. One of the combatants?..

from Australia is A. Strom, .who

gained a phenomenal victory in the

last New York test, when he shot
across the finish fine with Regi-?'
nald Arnold. His partner this trip'

Is John Tresidder. "7""

This is- another and a revived, Rt
and legitimate excuse for staying? staying?-out
out staying?-out all night. v

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'A. Pores

Al Corl
Maurice Mnllor

I. Dkk Thompaon
H. U Donovan
I Pau( Moran
xRaymond KW4
I Charle Lanxa
II BQI Barratt
it Dm Math! -!
Vlnnio Lombrela

Terry Dkkol
Pat Redrigwet
Dave Westmaa

f: Davo Dreonan
W. Hlt
J. R. Bnf!ar
FT J. Hflich

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know that he

am t never had his chamneenhin

belt off since the day he won ib."

Guys And Gendarmes

.ni Riwiu unearned as uirj
9ia 7iiMiconsidered wy uys and
ii m i.i gendarmes. Then came the voice
Z07 7221 v i, L. .

ii? ti .V01 ceieonty because he playt a
2!: l! .!; mftuth organ with his nose.

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li :?2!vmoned Manny, tapping bis har-

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Itr ii zli p proxy ana wno knows what
22;ttbe pric will be by the time he's
H; i252; ready 10 "Mro. And the price
5!;r22ri0n Ptteron, now, wouldn't make

tt IT 1IT worul "e walk over to the

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iiuiini Docir for him to box
3lrV?. More nods. More gloom.
JHlr"S! Tbey brok up slowly, stfll
5rir!l;m,ulins' their cir hutts, and the
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. .1975, Sunday. January 13, 1957

The whole, ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two serie

"A" and "B"

First Prize
Second Prize
- Third Prize

5329
4167
7077

:$ 44,000.00
$13,200 00
$ : 6,600 00

PRIZES ARE PAID VyiTHOUT DISCOUNTS OK T, AXES

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S311 44. S32S 44. S12S 44.M S3 27 44t.M I S33 44 M 5332 444.M 4 1334 44. S33t 44. I SB3t 44.

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41H 11N 4IM II. I 412 II. 414 ll. 41M !1.M 418 ll.a 4171 1IM 4171 11M I 4171 11
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Prize-wlnnina; Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawlna: waa sold at:, 1st In Colon ; 2nd in the Exterior: and" 3rd in Panama

The Nine Hundred whole tickeU endinc in 9 and not Included m the abore Ust win Forty-Four Dollars ($44.11) each.
'.' Tha whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two aeries "A" and

Slfued ay: ALBERTO ALEMA.N. Gorernor of the' Pre Tinea of Panama Ced. 47-12155
ry.'-t The Representative Of The Treasury; JOSE GU1LLERMO AIZPU

JOSE GCTLLERMO BATALLA PABLO
Notary PnbUc, Panama

WITNESSES: Anrelio Earltir C. Ced No. 47-24377
Celia R. Vda. ale Cespedes, Ced. No. 28-2M

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A. PINEL H.
Secretary

KlrtTC n vna tlektta rtth ttia taafrlchar ana wttb the twa laat
rJ I C. rtphart apply only to tha Pinrt Prtaa.
Tha Pint Prira ana tha an anO 3rd PrUn ar drawn acnaratal Tha aa aa-praaiaMtlena
praaiaMtlena aa-praaiaMtlena ar calculated mm tha Ptrrt. Oat and and Third Prixaa. In eaa
a ttckat ahouM nrn tb umtiar mt aack aria, tha haidar B) aaUUad a

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DRAWKID OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, January 1 3, 1957
Drawinf Kunier 7I

Fractiea

Ticket

First Pril. a a a a a 29
Second Prize, a . 67
Third Prize. . . 77

$11.00 $220.00

3.00
2.00

60.00
40.00

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th afftraa af tha Katiaaal SMMfleaat Lattcra ritaaaad aa Caatral Araaa
' Plan of Ordinary Drawinr No. 1971 which wifl take
Place January 21. 1957 ;
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FOR
12, WORDS
COMMERCIAL. &
PROFESSIONAL
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDOE
i General Agent
. Gibraltar -Ufa Ins. CO.
lor rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0558
TRANSPORTES BAXTER.
Packers Shlpp.r. Move
Phones. 2-2451 .rl?62
Laarn Riding --,
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jumping Clawes daily
to 5 p.m. pheM 2 451
or by appoimnnni.
PREPARE FOR HOLIDAYS
LEARN KKT ier
5 DANCEl $U
Bos. Ch Ch Memo.
Good until I5-57
BALBOA 2-4239
WHETTaDurlNl
Balboa Service Center
BEUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
$7.50
Monday Tbrn Thursday
Balboa 4-2958
t or l b personnel nd
i.hIm onlT.
THE
NEW
canon
CAM
Model V
With F'l& tens
Colon
Panama
N. York
iAFGE Pacific
Branch To Meet
.Wednesday Night
The Pacific Branch of Lodge
No. 14. American Federat on of
Government Employes, will hold
Ite.regulat'monthly ineettag at
Baiooa service vciluc 'y
day at 7:30, p.m. :
Among the 'important Items
on the agenda tocusslon are
bills affecting Jederal employes
that have- bee;- introduced in
the 85th Congress, to. date such
a, nay Increases ftor classified
employes, onion recognition eg eg-isiation.
isiation. eg-isiation. W bills
Improve theTetlrement benefits
of both acUve and retired em employes.
ployes. employes. i 1 since the Pacific branch meet-In-
coincides with the 74th an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the signing of tne
Civil service ct of 183. me
highlights of that Act will be
reviewed for the benefit of
those who attend the meetings.
The Atlantic branch of tne
Jodge will meet at Margarita
Service Center on Friday at 7:30
p.m. 'v
Installation
A Rainbow City
The new officers of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City Civil Council, will be ins installed
talled installed into office Wednesday night
at 8 o'clock in the study hall of
the Rainbow City High School, it
,wts announced today.
'
)oniVERSALj
Electrical
F!oor Polishers
FLAZA 9
Te's. 2-28
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LEAVE YOUR AD VITH ONE

LIBRERIA PRECIADO
T Street N. 13
Agendas Internal, id Publicacion
No. 1 Lottery riaaa
CASA ZALDO

. CciitraJ Ave.
l-UK SALE
Household
FOR SALE: RCA Eitata gas
stove, perfect condition, 2 yean
old, 4 burners, timer, oven,
broiler, 2 drawen. Cost $300.
First $100 takes it. Gamboa
6-346.
FOR SALE: Bamboo chairs, 2
seats, misc. furniture. Phone 2 2-3555
3555 2-3555 or 2-2151, Mrs. Rhodes.
FOR SALE: 3-ifrand Rattan
furniture, 2-seater settee and 3
chairs. Reasonable. Call after
4.30 p.m., 2120-B. 25th Street,
Curundu. Phone 83-7208.
FOR SALE: Due to trip. Living
room set and other furniture.
House 5512 Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE: Dining room set,
excellent condition. Corner of
50th and 1 7th Streets, San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. Phone 3-4702, :

5-P6intPlan Offer
For No-Atm World

UNITED NATIONS, N.y.,. Jan.
14 (UP The United States to
day proposed a five-point dis disarmament
armament disarmament plan providing for
peaceful use of all future nuclear
production and aiming at the
ultimate prohibition of atomic
and hydrogen test explosions.
Outlining the program to the
United Nation main political
committee.--. IL S. ambassador
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. also pro proposed
posed proposed a cutback in manpower to
2.5 million for the United States
and Russia and 750,000 for Brit-
am and France; control of out
er space satellite tests and safe
guards against surprise attack.
The disarmament proposals,
he said, would be carried out
'Only qndet an effective inspjec-
tJah system. : In the case ;
armed forces, such inspect'dn
would include,President Eisenhower's-
"open skies" plan for
aerial reconnaissance as well
as utilizing ground inspection
teams. t
"Scientists throughout the
world know that is is lmmssibie
to account with essential cer
tainty, or to discover through
ny known scientific, means of
msnectinn. nil th ficslnnohlo
materials produced In tne past,
or an or ine existing accumula
tlon of nuclear weapons, it Is
not possible to turn bark trr
clock of .nuclear discovery and
aeviopment nor to repeal the
nuclear re.
"One thin wMch en be done
nn wh'ch. for the s?ke of hum-
nitv. the TT.f?. nrrnwR, 1ini1d
be done is to establish effective
Beatrice Burnell
Dies; Burial Today
Funeral services for Miss Bea Beatrice
trice Beatrice Burnett were to be held this
afternoon at 4:30 in the San Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Church.
Burial of the remains of Miss
Burnett, who died this morning,
will be in Jardin de Paz.
She is survived by her foster
daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Rogers, and
several nieces and nephews, in including
cluding including Randolph Tomlinson, now
a resident in the United States,
and other relatives.

PERFECT PICTURE
FOR TEENAGERS

! iZXQJ JJ

.HOCK, ROCK, ROCK" the new Warner's -Rock
Roll mnsie sensation which to playinr at the LUX ON
WEDNESDAY 16. to a pecf ect picture. The delightfal story
tells of the trials and tribulations of a young girl who has
to earn enough money to bay a new frock for a high school
aenior prom. TLe musical background to this touching tale
n sunplied be fenty-one new ::Bock-"n' RolP tunes, per performed
formed performed bv snch eatstandmr "Pock n Roll" combinations
and performers as: FRANKIE LTMON and The Teenagers,.
MawfViw. FlaminrM-s. Jimmy Cavalle and His House

III

Rockers. "ROCK ROCK, ROCK" to unforgettable entertain

ment for out teen-age aedienees.

YOU CAN PLACE

.' LOURDES PHARMACY
"... 182 La CuTUoill t
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
No. M V Ureal v

MORRISON
4th of Jul Ave. A 4 It
hOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Engines for Buick,
Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Chevro Chevrolet,
let, Chevrolet, ate. Transmissions for Dyna Dyna-flow,
flow, Dyna-flow, : Fluid Drive, Hydramatic,
Chevrolet and many others. All
kinds of used auto parts. Coma
in and sea our used car parts and
compare our prices. "Accesorios
Keyton's," 45th Street No. 9.
(Martin Sosa Street), Phono 3 3-6993.
6993. 3-6993. FOR SALE: 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, Albrook 2166.
FOR SALE: Two 1948 Lincoint
1 coupe, 1 4-door sedan), both'
good running condition. Quar Quarters
ters Quarters 337-B, Fort Clayton, C.Z.
$ 1 50 each.
international control of the fu future
ture future production of fissionable
materials and to exchange firm
commitments to use all future
production exclusively for nton nton-weapons
weapons nton-weapons purposes.
"When such commitments are
executed. It would then be pos possible
sible possible to more reliably toward the
reduction of existing stockpiles...
"Under this iiroeram, the V.
S.. for Its part, would make
generous, progressive transfers
of fissionable materials 'to peaceful-uses,
just as It has previous previously
ly previously announced its Intention to
contribute to the International
atomic energy agency."
Staffheads caught
In Dublin Raiding
Of IRA Hqtrs.
DUBLIN, Jan. 14 (UP) Police
early this morning arrested the
headquarters staff of the outlawed
Irish Republican Army, a govern government
ment government spokesman announced.
Earlier police reported the ar arrest
rest arrest of five men, described a's
"heads of the Irish- Republican
Army."
TIip men were taken to Bride Bridewell
well Bridewell prison to Join 14 others ar arrested
rested arrested since the new outbreak of
bonier violence, which started last
December. The 14 are all charged
with offenses against the state, in
cluding membership in an illegal
organization,.;;;),;, ;
In The Temple,
All Well-Heard
IVORYTON. Conn:. Jan. 14 fUP)
The minister at the Ivortyton
Congregational Church did not
have to worry yesterday about
makini? himself hrri
making himself heard
Most pastors have that trouble
because churchgoers- prefer to sit
in the back. But in Ivortyton to
day tne ironu seats were more
popular because the cushions from
the rear pews were removed to
have them mended.
4
4
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YOUR AD AT 14

OF OUR AGENTS

LEWIS, SERVICE
' Am. TlvoU No t,'-'
FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1D0S
Mf Central At.
FARMACIA LUX
1M Ceattal Atom

MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
MAHOGANY
Spanish Cedar Maria
Retail Sales
LUMBER YARD
' (Rear ofEI Rancho Garden)
CIA. FORD, S. A.
Tela. Panama 3-1257, 3-1258.
FOR SALE: Records, classic,
popular and jaix. AGENCIAS
DIAZ, 37th Street No. 6-A.
Senate Eyes Texas
As Sen. Daniel
Becomes Governor
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP)
The eyes' of the Senate are on
Texas, watching for action. whicn
can shake or break the precarious
Democratic hold on one House of
Congress,
Sen, Price Daniel (D-Tex.) be becomes'
comes' becomes' Governor of his state at
noon tomorrow. He has submit
ted his resignation as a Senator
effective tomorrow.
Senators are wondering whether
retiring Gov. Allan Shivers, an Ei
senhower Democrat, will appoint
a successor to Daniel, pending a.
special election. They also wond
er wnetner a snivers appointee
would vote with the Republicans
or Democrats to organize the Sen
ate.
After the 1956 elections, the
Democrats held s 49-to-47 edge in
the Senate, counting DanieL
Senate republican, leaders i are
prepared to take over Control of
the senate) whenever thy can
count 48 votes because they can
bank on the' tie-breaking vote of
Vice President Richard M. XXixon
There is some disagreement a
mong Republicans, however, as
to whether they should make that
move if it depends on the vote of
a temporary appointee from Tex Texas.
as. Texas. Under Texas law, a special
election must be held within 60 to
90 days to choose a Senator for
the remaining two years of Dani Daniel's
el's Daniel's term.
If r Texas elects' a Democratic
senator, as Senate Democratic
leaders expect, they would be in a
position to recapture control by
mid-April or earlier.
BILLS BEFORE
' (Conttnued from Pe-re 1)
annuity to which a retired em employe
ploye employe Is otherwise entitled, shall
operate to increase the annuity
to which each survivor of such
annuitant U otherwise entitled
as such survivor and shall be
added
except that the annuity of each
surviving child shall not exceed
at any one time a sum equal to
the quotient obtained by divid dividing
ing dividing $1,200 by a number equal to
the number of children then
currently receiving annuities;
and
"(2) section 8 (d) (2) of the
Civil Service Retirement Act of
May 29, 1930. as amended, as
enacted by the Act of Aug. 11,
1955. shall not be effective ex except
cept except that the foregoln provi
sion of this subparagrapn m
shall not deprive any survivur
k,mm.i untitled to annuity
of any increase for which such
survivor is eliim -in accord accordance
ance accordance with such section 8 (a) (2)
as enacted by the Act of Aug August
ust August 11, 1955.
Sec. 3. The widow of an em employe
ploye employe where such employe had
completed twenty or more years
of Federal service and was sub subject
ject subject to the provisions of the
Civil Service Retirement Ast of
May 29. 1930. as amended, at
the time of his death, on or be before
fore before April 1. 1948. while m the
service of the United States or
retired from such enrice, or or
before such deate. If snieh. widow
had been legally married to
such employe or retiree. for a
oeriod of at least ten years prior
to hi, edath and was not en entitled
titled entitled to anv annuirv based Tt-
on the servic of mcrr empove
or retiree under any ofher pro provisions
visions provisions of arch Act and vt
remarried. hll be entHled to
rereWe an annuity oual to one one-half
half one-half of the annul to whk-h
.such emnlov or retire wouia
hav iwn enit' m rrw r
received, but not to exceed $750.
to s anrivo' rTv- th's
on gKl (jwmriv

V,. rnnn't rm1V-Vrn t"-TTrr
im en !' yn it.h th
r-tv" prvtce rnm-'s''n
-KTI prvn tb r1-, C
remarriage, of the annuitant..."

DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY

OR OUR OFFICES;
FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
rnodera furnished apartments, I;
2 bedrooms, hot, cold' water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: -Large and venti venti-latedLapartments
latedLapartments venti-latedLapartments an 4th of July,,
Ave. TI-352 (facing entrance to V
Quarry Heights). Inquire same w
buildng 9 to 12 noon and 2 to 6
p.m. er phone 2-2037 anytime.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, North American neighbors,
regular transportation. Telephone '.
3-0471.
"Look, Ma,

. .At.
t:r :.; . t-

(PA-C) F. S. Rudesheim's Spectacular Jumps without reins
never fails to thrill the onlookers. His Panama Riding
School will give sensational exhibition at the Revue
of Reviews which will also feature a Parade of 1957 Cars,
songs and dances. Ladies of the C. P. L. which is sponsoring
the show Saturday, at 8 p.m. in Panama's Stadium, tare
selling tickets along- Central Avenue, as well as at the
Tivoli Guest House, the Balboa Commissary and Service
' Center,' the Administration and Civil, tAfairs Bulldinas.
Center secion of the Stadium- Is $2, sides $1, and 50 cents
general admission. F.-. St Bodesheim is shown here on his
s favorite mount "Gay Ariel.'

40 CaseiAwaiting Return
Of Supreme Court to Work
(Re: Reds, UWA Hollywood)

WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP)
.The Supreme Court returns
to the bench today after a
four-week recess with several
Communist issues anions; the
40 cases awaltlnr decision.
The Justices also have under
advisement the bla- u pont-uen
eral Motors anti-trust suit and
a government complain that
the United Auto Workers spent
union funds ilegally to influence
the 1954 election.
The foremost Communist case
challenged the constitutionality
of the "membership clause" in
the Smith Act of 1940. The
clause makes It a crime to be
knowing member of an organ organization
ization organization dedicated to .the violent
overthrow of the government.
Appeals bv Junios Irvine
Scales, communist leader in the
Carollnas; and Claude M. Light Light-foot,
foot, Light-foot, Chicago Negro, claim th
law Is an infringement on frf
speech and a declaration of
"guilt by association."
Fourteen California Commu Commu-nlts
nlts Commu-nlts convicted under the more
commonly used part of the
Smith Act also have appeals be before
fore before the high court.
m another case the court his
been asked to overrule a, 1854

Polish Unrests Brings Meeting

Of Politburo;

WARSAW, Jan. 14 (UP) The t The Communists have been msk msk-politburo
politburo msk-politburo met tod a y to air itslng every effort to line up a solid
concern over growing unrest in. electoral majority, purging unpop-

Poland and the prospect that yes-H
tcrdav'a Moscow line speech ov
Red China's Premier Chou En-lPi
may stir up new trouble, it was
reoorted. --. -
Informed sources said Commu-j
nist Secretary Wladyslaw Gomul Gomul-ka
ka Gomul-ka called a meeting of the party's
high command to discuss the
mounting violence of the cam campaign
paign campaign fof 'next Sunday's election
and the unfortunate impression
created by Chou's speech to the
people of Warsaw,
ReportJ that the' Politburo wia

hold another ; meeting tomorrow was twneo.
could not be confirmed. hou said repeatedly that the!
Dispatches from the provinces, world's -Socialist- countries are;
contain, daily reporta campaign united behind Russia, and empha-;
brawls, lynchings.. anti-Semitism,! sized what he called a recent im-j
"hooliganism and steedily-grow- provement m relations between
ing opposition to communism 'Poland and the Kremlin. j
among the Polish people. J .
Although it is probable that the Wuh anti-Soviet sentiment run
reports are somewhat exaggerat-i ning hieh, any implication that
ed there is no doubt that unrest5 Poland's CommunUtleaders are
in 'Poland todaV is more serwl lining op with the Russians is the
than at any time since World lent thing Gomulka wanted the
war IL i Polish people to hear.

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FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
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No Hands"
decision that aliens may be. de deported
ported deported solely for" past party
membership.
A decision also is pending on
the validity, of Michigan's ob obscene
scene obscene book law.
After rendering the day's
opinions, the court will an announce
nounce announce which of the recently
filed petitions for review It will
accept. Then it will begin hear hearing
ing hearing arguments scheduled for.
this week.
One of the cases to be call called
ed called late In the week will deter deter-jn
jn deter-jn 1 n e whether professional
football Is exempt from the
federal anti-trust laws. The
court has exempted profes professional
sional professional baseball but has refus refused
ed refused to exempt professional box boxing
ing boxing and production of plays
and musicals.
Recent appeals that may be
accepted or rejected today are:
Complaints by a group of nat
ural gas producers against iea iea-eral
eral iea-eral power commission moves to
regulate them.
a suit bv 23 Hollywood writ
ers and actors who claim they
have been blacklisted -by the
movie Industry for Invoking the
fifth amendment on communist
questions.
Vote Is Sun
ular candidates and encouraging
the' idea that any voter who stays
away from the polls is a traitor.!
(Although there are nominally
three parties contesting the elec-j
tion. all of the candidates are pro-,
Communist). ; j
Chou' speech was regarded as
a serious setback for Communist
efforts to muster popular support!
Today's Warsaw newspapers
printed the text of the Red lead-:
er's speech without comment, but
informed ; sources said omulka

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34 Run away
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36 Louisiana
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39 Royal Society
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45 Youth
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7 Alerting
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10 Famous
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52 Revoke a
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65 Narrow inlet
56 Libyan
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Educator Deplores
Teenager Reaction
To Elvis Presley
DutT A TIFT PUT A Jan. 14 Dr.

Willis M. Tate, president of South

ern Metnoaisi univerauj, y
day that Americans must begin
ikinHnir for themselves and con

trol such group actions as "the

teen-agers reacuon va .y
ley."
Dr. Tate, addressing- the Nation-
bMati nf Krhools Hid Col-

leges of the Methodist Church,
said the American college and

university bis a responsimiuy w
emphasize independent thinking
ih hutivirluar rediscov-

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and feel so mueh that their re response
sponse response are exhausted and con

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Dr. Hubert Searcey, president of

Ala- waa elected president of the

associauon w inittwi v.. ..-.
C. Case, president of Boston Lm-

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As we have seen. South msdt
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hearts, three clubs the spade and
diamond tricks already won, aad
one. other trick In spades or dia dia-mmi.Ii
mmi.Ii dia-mmi.Ii sinnriifi0 m lha defense.

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Scores Tvo-Stroke Victory:
Despite 74 In Final Round

v p0Ug ford of Mayopac, N. Y.,' yesterday afternoon
added the $7,500 Panama Open to his long list of tourna tournament
ment tournament victories when he finished two strokes ahead of
Dow Finsterwald with a 72-hole 277.
Finsterwald, the first round leader, cut two strokes
'off Ford's third round four-stroke margin with a final
round par 72 but still fell short of tying the winner. Dow
wound up with 279.
I Argentina's Antonio Cerda .turned in a two-under-'
par' 70 to finish third one stroke behind Finsterwald.
Meanwhile there seems to be someone who
doesn't need $2500. Calcutta sweep ticket 1085, on
the first three to finish (Ford, Finsterwald and Cer

da), is so far unclaimed. There is ouw at mo
Panama Coif Club for the ticket holder, if he hap happens
pens happens to be interested.
(A complete story is carried on the sports pages).

CZ Red Gross Gha pter s
Annual Meeting Tombrroy;

' The election of officers for
1057 and reoorts of the various

committees on Bed Cross acti activities
vities activities durlnu the past year axe
scheduled for the annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the canal zone Chapter
of the American Red Cross.
The meetine will open at 2

o'clock tomorrow afternoon In
the chanter headauarters on

naiiinrd Hiehway adjacent to

the Civil Affairs Building. A -.
Gov W. E. Potter, President of
the Canal Zone Chapter. who
returned to the isthmus r this
weekend from an official busi business
ness business trip to Washington, fclans
to attend. ,?
Also scheduled to attend !the

annual meeting is Bawuj h, par

Randall and otto Helmerichsr u
. Home Service, Charles Garcia
and John Hare;
( Disaster, preparedness and
Relief, Maj. David H. Smith;
..Volunteer Services, Mrs. Ruth
Rubelli and Mrs. Maxine Logan

for the Atlantic side, and Mrs.

Martha Hammond for the Paci

fic side; :.."'
Nurslns; and other health ac activities,
tivities, activities, Mrs. J. B. DeVore;
First Aid, 'Ralph L. Edwards; i
Water Safety, Ross Anderson;
Junior Red Cross. Mrs. Marie

H. Neal and Mrs. oris Etchberg-

PllhHc nlatlnn. Phllln !'t.'

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PANAMA, R. P MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 1957

FTYt CENTS

vires tn areas and chapters from

the National Red Cross head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. Carroll Is here for a

week's visit to tne sgne cuhwixu.
The slate of officers,, commit committee
tee committee chairmen, and board mem members
bers members for the coming year will .be
presented tomorrow afternoon
by the nominating; committee.
Nominated to serve another
year as chairman of the Canal
zone chapter Is Carl J. Browne.
Vice Chairmen nominated are R
L. Sullivan, A. E. Beck, Judge E.
I. P. Tatelman,, and Daniel ":jV
paoluccl. -V;
-Joseph C. Turner has been
nominated to serve anotheryear
as treasurer, and W. E. Lundffy
is the nominee for the assistant
treasure's post.
Chairmen and. vice chairmen
of the various committees are as
follows:
1957 Fund Campaign, J a c k

THE WINNAH! --(Panama Open tournament winner Doug
Ford beams contentedly after the final official results indicat indicated
ed indicated that he had beaten the crack field of professionals for first
prize money.

Weather Or Not

Thlt watthir rtport J or. th 24

hour) ending f l.m. today, if pro pro-pared
pared pro-pared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
BALBOA CRISTOBAL

TEMPERATRE:

High .,. 16 11

Low 69 75

The following have been noml-

Mad Bomber, Stumps NY. Defectives;
76 Years Of F rust at ion Continues

NEW YORK, Jan. 14 (UP)

Police of the nation biggest city

admitted today they are ? being

nated to serve on the board Of j outsmrted by a madman

HUMIDITY i
High
Low

WIND:
(max. mph) .
RAIN (inchoi)
WATER TEMP.
(inner harbon)

86
69
92
50

71

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70

BALBOA TIDES 1
TJESDAY, JANUARY 15

HIGH
2:23 a.m.
3:00 p.m.

LOW
8:57 a.m.
9:20 p.m.

directors for varying terms;.

Three years: Roger W. Adams,

wimam o. Arev. Jr.. Bruce H

Carpenter, J. M. Cooke,. Judge
O. F. Crow, Judge John E. Dem-

ine E. A. oolan, Col.D C. O

Frake, Capt. Chas. S. Hutchings,
USN, John B. Morris, Arthur J.

OXeary, aniel J. Paoluccl, Mrs.

w. Er Potter, P. M. Runerstrand,

voi.'- worman h. wuey.

Two years: E. s. BakerCarl
J. Browne, Roeer W. Collinge,

Arrnur r. cotton, wnson crook,

van, unanes A- oareia. R. jr.
Hanna. I. F.. Mcllhenny. Mrs.

Marie H- NaI. Philin L. Steers,

noim h. lerrv. waiter winter.

WCUS W. Wngnt. ?

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One year: Chaplain H' JPi

onOvan. F. D. Dunsmoor. S. E.1

Esser. .Chaplain John E. wol-

llriesworth. cant. R Lv Mann

r ti u. wauenton. h. i. Pfrin.

tie. ,:Rov- D. Reece. inrd r Am vl

Sill.1" chaplain v. M. Sink. Ed-

wara n. Stokes. R. L. Sullivan;
Judee E. L P. Tatelman, J. q.
Turner, w. A. Van Siclen,- jr.' -Members
of the executive com com-mtltee
mtltee com-mtltee to serve during the cem cem-Insr
Insr cem-Insr year are: Carl J. Browne,
chairman; Chaplain H. F. Dono Donovan,
van, Donovan, vice chairman," E A, Doolan,
Capt. r; L. Mann,VTJSN',,H I.
perantle, ;paul M Rtmnesta-and.
J udge.-. I. Pi Tatelman, and
Col. Norman H. Wiley. i1

Officials said they are no closer

to finding "the mad bomber of

Manhattan" than; they were when

he planted his first infernal ma

Chine on a Consolidated Edison
Co. window sill 16 years ago and
then telephoned to report what he

had done. '' ?

They know the sound of his

voice and that he speaks with an
accent. They know how tall he is

and what his handwriting is lika
They know he is very clever

probably a lone wolf, operates in
the daytime and has a grudge
against the giant public utility

company. i.
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, They also know he is becoming
more skilled every day in the art

of making bombs and they fear

one of his devices eventually will

kill someone..

Police have worked for years

trying to track' down this psycho

path. They have questioned more

than 1.000 persons.;

"As far ti mi identity Is

concerned, we do not know a
thing more than we knew 18 years

ago, Deputy: Police Commission

er Walter Arm told United Press

in, an interview. -'

;i'- 32 Bpmbs Planted
TBut Arm added that the case

could be: solved in a moment, with
one- solid clue er tip to go on.

The psychopath definitely has dane.

placed 32 bomb in public places
in New York, but police said, he
may have planted scores more

mat never have been found

Twenty-three have exploded, in in-juring
juring in-juring 16 persons. A dud put : In
a bbrary telephone booth Christ-

Rebels Kill Father
Of 6 In Shoot, Run
Algerian Campaign
ALGIEHFAX. Jan. 14 (UP)

Rebels shot and killed the father
of six, children near here last
night in a stepped-up shoot-and-run
campaign on the eve of a
United Nations debate on Al Algeria.
geria. Algeria. ,.

At Birkaden, eight mil'ess outh

of : Algiers, a rebel tossed a gre

nade in the caie canaeia, crit

ically wounding 80-year-old city

councillor Benolt Tudurl. 1

French officials revealed that

among the seven rebels killed

yesterday : in a clash at El Af Af-frotfhd.
frotfhd. Af-frotfhd. south of Algiers, was

Mohamed Ben Mimoun Small,
who they described as an Im Important
portant Important rebel chief In the area.
French authorities said Small

had been sought for the past 18
months in. connection with a

series of attacks and killings In
the' area. Killed with hlm.i they
said, was his adjutant Si Ham-

mas Eve set off- a nationwide
bomb scare wave that only now

is beginning to taper off-

Fifty members of the two police
bomb squads have devoted nearly

all of their- time to the mad

bomber since Christmas Eve

Most of the 23,000 members of

the .police force have worked on
the case. A police department

spokesman said the waste of man

hours : is impossible to calculate

but that it has been considerable.
Since v the ? "mad' bomber"
planted his first bomb on Nov. 18,
1940, local, state and federal au authorities
thorities authorities have at one time or
another been involved in the
search.
- ' .. j i-'.;
Search For Clue
The Consolidated Edison Co.

has searched through its files of
employes and customers, check

ing handwriting against the pen

ciled notes sent by the bomber.

He wrote threatening letters even
during a 10-year: period when
he took a recess from .planting

bombs.
.The Veterans Administration

has combed records of; all dis-
charged servicemen, 'Mental "and
veterans hospital rosters have
been checked. Police haye studied
thousands of court casea and are -today
finishing up a t check if
more than 350,000 drivers license
registration forms in Westchester
County, where the mad bomber
is believed to live.
Detectives have spent i'-dayl
making the rounds of i plumbing v
supply houses,1 sporting goods
stores, jewelers, army surplus
stores, electrical snops and stores
selling shotgun v shells 'and gun-
powder, trying to find' out the
sources of the mart hnmW.

hsupplies. r ,

The 'devices 'planted ,"by fte
psychopath are made of pieces of
pipe filled with powder and watch
mechanisms. Police have dis.
closed some details of his handi.
work but not all. They, do not
want Imitators to set to, work.' 1
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Drowned In Wine

J'LERIDA. Spain. Jan. 14 (UP)

Sebastian Boada, 51, drowned
in wine yesterday. Hef fell Into a
giant vat at a winery; here, and

was dead before 'fellow workers

i couia rescue mm, .

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KEY SHOT Probably the most important shot of the Panama Opin was the one shown
above. Open champion Doug Ford shoots from the rough on No. 11 for a par when it seem seemed
ed seemed that he would have a bogey. Ford's second shot went straight toward the hole and hit
the flagpole In a brilliant recovery.

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ERNESTITO CONGRATULATES DOUG President Ernesto
de la Guardla Jr. congratulates Doug Ford after presenting
nlm a set of table silverware along with the winner's
$2,000 check.

THIRD PLACE FINISHER Antonio Cerda happily accepts
a $1,000 check from Open committee member Dick Dehllnger
while Pico Diaz Iooks on.

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ft. TS-f FORT -A Dou Ford outt stop few- Inches from the hole on Na S green. This
r r pf fvrJ oi'Ms mLed by the new ch amnion yesterdav when bis putter iailed him,
Tou;. hewever. managrd to prevail by two stro kei to take the $2,000 llrst prize for the pros

LOW AMATEUR Billy Watts, who was the low scoring ama amateur
teur amateur In the tourney, accepts his prize a set of silverware)
front regional. PAA representative Elton D. Todd.

RUNNERUP Dow Finsterwald la shown just after accepting
check for $1,400 which he earned by finishing second in the
1957 Panama Open. Roberto Heurtematte (extreme left) and
. Dick Dehllnger, X1 the Open Committee, look on. ..

ilAMES CfiGNEiT
. THESE
; VVAItS PIDGEON'
BfTTY IO0 KEM DON DUBBINS
. EDWARD ANDREWS