The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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..-- AfMNDEPENDENT ".tHB:- ca'ly NEWSPAPER
rrVV THfi CITY OF THE
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It people know the truth and the country '.W Abraham Lincoln
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PANAMA, R. p., FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1957
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As Purses Pockets uraDDea .

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StlOMSStohn,
Snatchers Roaming
J Purse-snatching and pickpocketing along Tivoli
4th;of July Avenues hav kept lay enforcement officer
of both, the Canal Zone and Panama on the run of late.
Two malefactors have been caught; several are still
at large". M
One of the most daring crimes occurred 4:40 p.m.
Monday when a Canal Zone pilot had $120 snatched
from his shirt pocket as he stood talking with a friend
near the entrance of the Fern room at Tivoli Guest House.

: a nimr
xiE&eci eye 1 t
', on" Tuesday, Mrs. Johanna
Johnson, wife, .ot an Army lieu-

W IGlinl " a

woman menu on o
between the Masonic Temple
and the Ancon school yard. The
streetle&ds directly Into Tivoli
Avenue. ';
Airborne Arriving
(ll's 325 Group)
For Jungle Study
The second battalion of the 325th
Airborne Infantry, 82nd Airborne
Division, will arrive from F c-i t
Bragg. NC in 'the Tanama Ca Ca-b.1
b.1 Ca-b.1 Zone early In March to receive
five weeks of jungle t 1 a in in g,
Headquarters VSARCARIB an announced
nounced announced this week. v ,r
the airborne unit will be rein reinforced
forced reinforced with certain elements to
form a battalioft combat team
during the training period which
has been named Operation Rio
'r The traihing of th? unit will take
place at the command's Jungle
Warfare Training Center and win
follow very closely that, training
given the battalions of the 20th
Infantry.
v air. ine i. ..'. t and piace
Hi 3 traiiims of a unit based In.
the UiiK 1 States is. in consonance
with the Department of the'Army
nniirv tit train combat type units
t nnorot linri! all tvOeS Of
weather conditions in all types pfj
Following Exercise Rio Selva,
the airborne battalion combat
team will take part in CARIB-EX,
a joint exercise scheduled in A A-pril
pril A-pril and involving some 10,000
members of the United States
armed services. r-
Want To
- LONDON; Jan. 18 (UP) New
British Prime Minister Harold
Macmillan said last night the Brit British
ish British want to be 'partners' with the
United States. But he warned that
"We don't intend to be satellites."
' In a fighting; first speech to the
nation, 1 Macmillan : defended the
Suez intervention policy of his
predecessor, Sir Anthony Eden.
"I believe history will justify
what we did" Macmillan said.
Macmillan spoke in a "fireside
chat" type speech broadcast to
the nation over television and
radio. He demanded an end to
"defeatist talk."
A ioi oi people are.wornea

about our relations with the
United States," he said.
"The life of the Free World
' depends upon the partnership be-
tween us. Any partners are bound
to have differences now and
then. but troe partnership is
.' based upon respect. r
"We don't intend to part from
the Americans and we don't in intend
tend intend io be satellites.
t. "I feel certain that Us the
'months pass we shall draw con continually
tinually continually closer with mutual confi confidence
dence confidence and. respect" ;. : ..v.
: '.- ? Will Rpr O S.1
Macmillan spoke after his chan chancellor
cellor chancellor of the exchequer, Peter
-Thorrieycroft, pledged the new
government would repay the
United States for financial aid
provided to tide Britain over the
v Sues crisis. -'
- Thorneyeroft, speaking s to the
t American Oiaraber of Commerce
here, praiedy the 'bievolent
he "V of the United Srate, in
waiving payment of interest on
postwar deb't and providing
export import bank aid,
- iiacmuUn echoed gome of
Eden's own words in barHng
hl predecesMr's Middle East
" policies.
"The difficrlUes" .we are- op
v ?s'nst are the price w are
pajinifor arlw." he M. "Bt
, the prir of Inaction, the price we
would have had to pay for letting

A youth grabbed for ltyrs.
ihnnnn'K handbar. She not

nni ma.m a.hl to hanr onto it:
but got a good look at the
would-be thief as he fled. Oth
ers, too, saw this would-be
nnrsi-snatcher ret,'-vav
Yesterday, Just before noon a
boy answering nis description
was spotted In the same area.
Police followed and finally
caught George Bailey, 17, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, who confessed to hav having
ing having tried to. take the purse.
He will lace Balboa Magistrate
this afternoon.
Further along, on 4th of July
Avenue, a passing Canal Zone
policeman heard an American
wife of a Panama business man
scream that she had been rob robbed.
bed. robbed.
-4ln this case her purse had
been snatched from a counter
of a furniture store where she
iiad laid it for a moment while
nspecting merchandise).
The policeman ran after-the
thief all the way to the Limits
hut ths. miscreant riiaanneared
into chorrillo with the handbag
1 i .in .
cun mining- ...
A blonde naturalized Pan
amanlan grandmother was
shopping in the same nelghi nelghi-borhood
borhood nelghi-borhood with her husband
when she was relieved of her her-purse
purse her-purse eontSk'ning $135.
ln the other-incident, report reported
ed reported last week, a 13-yearold boy
who slashed a purse from- a
woman's shoulder In Panama
was pursued by the street crowd
v.1-. ,ie tan into lae canai zone
and was captured.. The boy was
turned over tp Panama; author
re:
mm vf www uMnuvao rv it,
no longer Joke about who Is go-
Senate chamber- next. Ninety
glass panels In the ceiling- are
beinsr replaced with hon-shat-terable
plywood after several of
the heavy glass panels cracked.
Be Partners'
things slide, that might have been
very high indeed."
Pledges Leadership
"The countrv 0 exre-ti leader.
ship, and I shall do my utmost
to give it, Macmillan said.
"An we need, is confidence in
our -countrv and .In nurxlv Sn
don't let's have any more defeat
ist taiK oi second class powers
ana or areaatui uungs to come.
"Britain has .been err at i
great and will stay great pro provided
vided provided we close our rank and f
on with the job.?
Macmillan rejected anew op-
nosition Snrtalist iHrminrfi thsf ha
call immediate new 'elections. In
a slap at the Socialists he
declared:
"Amofe onrtortnnitv. nnt i1rVi
equalHy that's what (our people)
want"
1957 isthmian
To March 16,
On March 18 the' eyea of the
Isthmus will focus on the VS.
Armed services, when the an annual
nual annual Armed Forces Day Observ Observance
ance Observance will be held In the Canal
Zone.
The Secretary of Defense on
the recommendations of the
commander-in-chief of the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean command sei the ob observance
servance observance date up to March 18
from May 18 due to the tact that
the March date falls m this re regions
gions regions "dry season" and prom promises
ises promises better all-around conditions
fir the celebration."
"Power for peace" a earn will
ihi the slostn of the diy m
Iw'Mch the pub'e l ivlt-d to
Jtake a close Irok at the nat'on nat'on-t
t nat'on-t al defense syst:m. Prtncipal
: emphasis will be placed on the

Diablo-Gaillard H way Connection T-Way

Starting .Monday, for Al brook, Height

nrh nlohln rirRrie nrossing.
which connects Diablo Road with
GatUard Highway, will oesmaae
one-way to vehicular traffic in
the direction of Diablo Road,
effective jnonday morning, it
has been announced oy me
Traffic Engineer..
Traftic WUl new w.pennii-,
ted te cross the Panama Ra-'l-road
tracks at the Albrook Air
Force Base crossing one-way
from liUblo road to Caflarrt
I Highway and t the iaui
1 Crossing one-way f rom Cail-
lard Highway to uiawo tiouu.
Designed to expedite the heavy
traffic in: that area- andfacili
entering -and leaving AlbrooK
LOW M. WTWM-. .
and the town of Diaoio neuvs,
the new traffic plan wlU be
wiart. rwrmanent follOWinff the
testing, of the traff ic lighty in installed
stalled installed recently at Diablo Cross
ing. ;- .:
Relief Checks Plan
To go Thru Balboa,
Ad. Big; lo Owners
riannmn ranal Tomnanv A-
llen Cash Relief checks for Jan January
uary January will be issued to residents
of the Poolfic side Fsb. 1 trough
the pacific side post offices, it
has been anonunced by tat
Treasure's Office
Those pacific side residents
who formerly received their
cash relief checks throueh the
Ancon post Office, will now nsvs
their checks delivered at the
Balboa Post Office Before there
i anv rhnntrp In the mailing
procedure for Pacific side checks,
smn'e notice win De given in individually
dividually individually Checks ror resiaents oi me
Atlantic side will be issued Feb.
i .ni each navday thereafter.
from the former Treiire' O O-f'c
f'c O-f'c located in the Administra Administration
tion Administration ui!dln? in Cristobal.
After ech pavaay. eash re
pa Vaay, Casn r""
niii k. rfaiivererf i
lief checks
. - .a, i i j I I
dentg from the Cristobal Labor
Office

Armed Forces Day Observance Moved Up
To Take Advantage Qf RP's 'Dry Season';

iralatlrtnshin hptwfpn our na
tional strength and our peace peaceful
ful peaceful aspirations. A feature of the
observance again wUl be "open
house" programs and commu community
nity community projects at all installations,
wherever feasible, in the United
States and overseas.
Designed to give American and
the. peoples of the friendly coun countries
tries countries a better understanding of
the personnel, equipment arid
teamwork of the various com components
ponents components of our Armed Forces,
programs will feature educa educational
tional educational exhibits, demonstrations,
air shows, parades, drills, award
! ceremonies, vessels m port.
meetings, sports events, soopi
affairs, special films and simliat
activities.
Navy capt D. A. Sooy. inspec

This la the first time1 that
this type of traffic signal has
been installed on the Isthmus.
Completely automatic, detec detectors
tors detectors alony the highway count
the number of vehicles ap approaching
proaching approaching the- intersection
from- all directions and; pro proportion
portion proportion the amount of red and
(cnirrCe-Oi
Toiiiilanvii
Af
rK.i -K: :-'w
Tati tj mtt.fat an extensive
membership drive will be draft draft-Mnnrtav
Mnnrtav draft-Mnnrtav nisrht at the first
general meeting of the Panama
Consumers cooperative,
! rrh wiMnff. which will be
held :At 7:30 p.m. in the audi-
torium of tne jushj Arosemen
Institute (opposite the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative PnInoaV: will Alan feature the
report of the nominating com
mittee, tne treasurers report
and a. resume of the activities
which-.led to the organization of
the cooperative.
The cooperative, which receiv received
ed received it. charter at the beginning
of the year, is presently ODerat-
lng El carmen service atauuu
which catera to the general pui
refunds; are made to members at
the end or every six momns
Monday night's meeting will
be open to all interested persons.
Johnson Place
Site Of Sat.
Cycling-Class
Instruction classes in cycling
for boys and glrls seven years
old and above. Will he held to
morrow morning; at 9 a.m. on
Lawrence jonnson Place, in sai-
DOa.
vnuai luuc induce ie
the lessons. Thev ask that those
i-t r.v Air v-4vi a f nantr
dress.
tor general of the 15th Naval
District, is Caribbean Command
Area project officer for this
year's Armed Forces Day ob observance.
servance. observance. Open House in the canal Zone
will be- held at Fort Oulick oi
the Atlantic side of the Isthmus
and with Albrook Air Force Base
having open house for the pub public
lic public on the Pacific side of the
Isthmus. Each branch of the
Armed Forces will have displays
set-up at. these open -houses,
The Navy, Marines, Army and
Air Force will all have equip equipment,,
ment,, equipment,, educational pamphlets
and personnel on duty at the
display areas of the two open open-houses
houses open-houses to explain to the public
what, that particular service Is
doing, what its purpose is. This

green light lor each' stream of
traffic,'- .."
When a train approaches the
crossing all traffic, wiil get. a
red signal. The system will work
on a 24-liour basis.
; Circle Closed
All traffic. will be halted for
, most of Saturday morning on
-th traffic circle, at the Ad--ministration
Butld'ng while
parkutt line and directional
aigns are being repainted.
' The work wUl be done my,
Maintenance Division forces.
It is being scheduled for Sat.
urday morn'ng when traffic
near- the Admin is tration
Building la at a minimum.
Three B-52s Due :
In California AlteE
llon-Sfop Flighl
MlTttfirni rllf Jan. 18 fUPl
Gen. William E. Eubanks, com commander
mander commander of Castle Air Force Base,
.iJ v1a thraa R-52S OH I Mil.
atop flight around the world are
due to land in camornia tooay
VittianVa aaid turn nlanea will
land at Castle Air Force base and
the third -at March Air orce
Base, weather conditions permit
ting. :
TTa aaM h n1an tnnlr nff
Wednesday and were expected to
comnlete their flights in between
44 and 48 hours.
ine wouiu uuauiy nave
The B-52S would probably have
w rciuci wv ui mi mu
on their trio, but the general said
tlif wmilyl ttM fnn an Mtit a.
round the globe but. would refuel
in the air.
will give every visitor the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to see how each ser service
vice service has advanced, how their e e-niiinmmt
niiinmmt e-niiinmmt ha. advanced, and will
givevthe public the opportunity
u inquire aoout ue oci yiccb.
. According to the Department
of Defense general plans for the
1957 observance call for increas increased
ed increased attention to the Natiocal
Guard and other components of
the Reserve Forces, Ground Ob Observer
server Observer Corps, Civil Air Patrol and
similar supporting organization.
Aa in-nrevlous years, the Of
fice of Public Affairs, Depart
ment -f Defense, WUi re"
sponsible for the planning and
direction of the observance at
the national -level. '

ANTHONY EDEN
DUE THROUGH
HERE FEB. 1

Sir Anthony, and Lady Eden
are expected to arrive on the
Isthmus Feb.-1 for an in-transit
stopover en route from Lon London
don London to New Zealand,' ,;
They are aboard the liner
Rangltata which sailed from
Victoria Docks in; London's East
and today.. 1 .v "-.
There was nd public ceremony
to mark the departure of the
former prime minister for an
I'indefinite" holiday taken on his
doctor's orders.
"Sir Anthony "does hot want
any fuss made, and within our
powers we are going to respect
hla wishes," a spokesman for the
shipowners said.
Eden, 59, was more ill than
most Britons realized at the
time his political career ended.
. If the Rangitata follows her
usual schedule, it was learned
today, she will show up'in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal early on the morning of
Feb. -1 and 5 will transit imme immediately.
diately. immediately.
She will stop for at;least sev several
eral several hours In Balboa, leaving in
the early morning hours or lat later
er later on Feb. 2
Norton' Lilly & Company are
agents for the Rangitata.
WW HWt Far
dTakin m'Hoglaig
- WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UP) : :-Podner,
Podner, :-Podner, it was something to see
Here come these three bronzed
alwmen from, Nevada, a hankerin'
to'see.the.;yew-nited States Senate
in action.. ' '-' -'
- Therwa hpre8S"art" nflTie
Clark -'County sheriff s. posse to
nae in wjr- tisennowers 'inaugur.
al parade, Monday.. Thefn of tide
kick "from back home; Sehl.fieorge
W. Malone,..nad 'em m tow.
Well that didnt cut no ice with
this strippline Senate- doorkeeper.
No sir They got inside the1 Senate
gallery, ',all right, sporting their
big white stetsons and gold badges
biggern saucers.
But thlshere doorkeeper made
'em leave' their "six-shootert out outside
side outside on. a chair.
It aint legal to pack a hogleg
into the Senate. It's sort' of a
game sanctuary. 4

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FOSSIL BONIS Dr. Alejandro liendet, (right) curator of the
' National Museum," examlnei the bones of a giant mammal
found In the" vicinity of Pese and Ocu on their return from
the Smithsonian Institute where they were restored and pre-
served for the Panama museum. Along with DC Mendel are
Philip L. Dade, (left) president of the Panama Archeologtcab
Society and Dr. Charles Gazln. chief of the Smithsonian 'a
vertebrae paleonthological department, who will remain in
Panama for about ten days to aid. in the reconstnictioa el
the huge alotlu .

But Red
Judges

Cant

BUDAPEST, Jon. 18 (UP) The Janos Kaddr gov government
ernment government followed up its ban on the Hunaarian Writers

Association today by charging

members with crimes against martial law.
An official police communique said criminal cases a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst university assistant Laszlo Komuves "and his. fel fellows"
lows" fellows" have been completed.
According to the communique, Komuves and his
friends "distributed hostile leaflets" signed by the Hurt-,

garian Writers Association.
of counter-revolutionaries"

activities had been "sent to see the attorney general."
The offense of being a "counter-revolutionary" is pun punishable
ishable punishable under the six-week-old martial law; The maximum
penalty is .death. .' --w

The round-up of Writers As
sociation members followed the
"temnorarv" ban on the associa
tion decreed by the Interior Mi
nistry last night, interior Minis Minister
ter Minister Ferenc Muennich said the
ban was necessary because some
members of the Writers Associa
tion had been taking part m anti-state
activities. .
. The miters Association was
the otiginal mainspring Of the
Oc.i 23 uvrisirut.; Even before
'that it defiantly criticized the.
. regime of former stannisi pre premier
mier premier Matiai Rakosi. lit recent
tpeeks'it continued t tpeak
niit ntiAinit thm Jffldflr 'regime.
jtfeanwhileV the government
organ Nep Szabadsag Indicated
that even Hungary's juagesanu
juries were not cooperating ful fully
ly fully with the Kadar government.
The newspaper cited three in instances
stances instances In' point: ;
i. on Oct. 28 two Freedom
Fighter killed ; an agricultural
worker on f -the Celencer .atate
farm, but when ther came to
trial the Jury acquitted them,
Later they were arrested again

Regime

Count On

Juries
several of the Association's
The communique said "a tot
who were involved in similar
but were released when tha re
gional attorney ruled that there,
was no evidence against them.
2. When a band ot then were
sent to Budapest on Charges
of smuggling refugees across
the Iron Curtain, the jury dis dismissed
missed dismissed them on grounds thev
committed the offenses in an another
other another province and the Buda Budapest
pest Budapest court vas not competent'
!fahen the barid ro't-jfefnoeaT
smugglers wa aent: to outher
Hungary 'lb re-trlal. they were
allowed to travel wlthoufan es es-cort.
cort. es-cort. "despite the dangecthal
they would flee across the'bbr the'bbr-dlr
dlr the'bbr-dlr Uhe newspaper did not say say-whether
whether say-whether In fact they-fled.
3. The chief Judge Of counW
Osongrad, In central Hungary. Hungary.-refused
refused Hungary.-refused to send "vn wHina
criminals" to Jail and was there-
iore aisnusseo from tat post.
Charge Is Shifled.
Soldier is Accused
Of 'Causing Harm'
SD-2 Kenneth R Klimrfan
of Ft. Kobbe was charged in
Balboa Magistrate's Court yes yesterday
terday yesterday with driving an auto automobile
mobile automobile whils Intoxicate! an J t
causing great bodily Injury.
me preliminary hearing grew
out of a head-on collision on
Bruja Road during Christmas
week. Three nerannx tnlnltr.
Saunders, were hospitalized as
a resun or me accident.
Prnsemit.inn nf th. h-k
" ...C U1I(G UU
hpn riferrari ,.fll
, uuwu jcenciucj
when Saunders and one victim
had recovered enough to testify.
On motion of the govern govern-ment.
ment. govern-ment. with no ob lection by
the defendant, or his attorney.
Woodrow de Castro, the first
charge was dismissed and
Saunders was re-charged with
reckless dririnr can tint; great ''
bedSy injury to Dorothy Ivey
Lavalle.
Mrs. Lavalle, an Army employe
and the wife of Charles Laval-,
le of Curundu, suffered chest
injuries, a fractured right ankle
ana laceration or the forehead
in the smashup. Her husband
was driving the car with which
Saunders' vehicle collided. i
Preliminary hearing em the -second
charge was continued 1
until this afternoon. If prek-.
able cause fc found, Saunders
will face trial in CJS. District
Court.
Another soldier Sp-S Seth
BirdsalL also of Ft. Kobbe, re- -eelved
a fractured right ankle
in the smash. Saunders himself
suffered several broken ribs,
You're On!
MEMPHIS. TeniL. Jan. IS (TJP)
When Jack Ledford, 31, walkAxl
Unto police headquarters last
nlgnt and announced Ha couia.
lick the four biggest and tough-
est officers In the place. Lt E.
L. McCarthy called out four f-
fleers and gave him the chance
to prove 1U McCarthy i men
threw Ledford la a cell and
booked him on a drunk ennes
charfe, ... v ........ :.;

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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

The whole country Is in the grip of the Worst freeze In
years, but its not bothering toe (with plenty of cheap gas to
bum ana only 4U degrees outside). .,
Go a UttiB further north and they have it only 31 degrees
above zero.
We have a new governor at noon and the outgoing one has
the longest service 01 any on record almost eignt years. We
aiso get by appointment a new senator and we have to guess
who it wiu be until 10 a.m. congress U uncomfortably close in
the Senate, and our governor could upset the applecart.
Just heard the weather report: upper New York-Connecti-una
ohnnt. .S4 t,n Rn helow zero ail the wav to Bangor,

! Maine, with only a half supply of gas. Had to bring in a loco-
motive to supply heat for WaterviUe, N.Y. Wonder how old

"Pop" Balentine is making out. He complained iasi year 01 no
liquor and little beer.
Waited til noon to finish this, and Blackley of Dallas, a
lawyer and rancher, got -the appointment with an election In
60 to 90 days to elect a permanent senator to fill the vacancy.
The wetaher continued to turn edder with a mist of rain,
in t.bA hiir show didn't, take tilfl.ee as usual on the Senate front

.fan. nr vis ounitni vut. insiiip Thp weatherman savs it'll be

I"4IA.IB V fctn.w., vuv
our coldest day Of the year tonight.
A courier from Dehison yesterday presented President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower at San Angelo a. birth certificate to let him know that

he waul in his native state. With Ike of Denison, senator ana
floor leader Lyndon Jdhhson of Johnson City, and Senator Ray Ray-burn
burn Ray-burn of Bonham, it seems like Texas is running the country.

It's up to them. I'm out.

pop wright

SWEET BUY AND BUY
; sir: : '
' I must call the attention of the officials on Quarry Heights
and of Panama to an event that happened on the morning of
I Jan lfl I thought that when the Remon-EisenhOwer Treaty
t waa digned It meant all residents of Panama. On said morning
I happened to see a prominent politician.; who I believe to be
i or to have been the Governor of one of ttiProvinces of Pan Panama
ama Panama purchasing In the Fort Oullck Army sales store.
Is thia Justice when I as an American cannot do the same
v,,0 T riHTaA a nH Kvfnu 1n the Republic? I feel I am

' tiot misUken, for some of the poor employes who also lost their
! privilegB f purchasing in the commissary booed him. If

furtner prooi u wanted, someone in auuiunuj uukiiu h"
Search bia home, for he spent quite a iargf amount of money
and could not have used the goods by now.-
r wnm ii t.hA initio and disnitv of the rich man being able

! 'to get low cost food when his poorer oeople can't do the same?
As. an American I think this should stop at once, or I will have

I am going to be on the lookout for all the Panamanian
ktfflelala who buy or get Canal Zone aiticlei, tand X am going
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By VICTOR RIISIL

The fighting priest took the
morning train from the jungle 1 to
the blackboard. He was leaving

nis irom tne waterrront. rather
John Corridan was traveling to a
university upstate. No multitudes,
for whom he fought, crowded the

big city depot, though wlthput

mm tney will una the docks a lone
ly place. v

There was symbolism on the
train ramp as the waterfront priest

waited almost aione towards the
end of his personal saga on the
docks. The story there seemed to

be ending too. The leaders of the
International Longshoremen's As Association,
sociation, Association, whom Father Corridan
had fought for over a decade were
calling on their opponents for

peace. Should it come, the end

may icome, also, to violence "on

the waterfront."

Exactly five days before Fath

er Corridan left his dockside work
for Le Moyne University in Syra Syracuse,
cuse, Syracuse, tough Tony Anastasia, boss
of all Brooklyn dockwallopers, and

another ambassador out oi the

jungle of New York's famous
Wharves called on big, blond Paul
Hall, leader of the fight to drive

the International Longshoremen's

Association off the piers.

Tony wanted to know if the AFL-

CIO people would hold a "meet."
I'll embarass Paul Hall by calling

him crusader but crusader ne

is. But he is also a realist, War

on any front is bloody and expen

sive. Almost- $2,000,000 and hund hundreds
reds hundreds of broken heads, noses and
sundry limbs have gone into uus
fight. Paul Hall said he'd listen to

anyone who came to the "hall,' "hall,'-the
the "hall,'-the Seafarers International Union

headquarters just off the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn waterfront.
That Saturday afternoon, Jan.

5, a committee came 'from the
ILA. At 2 p.m., there gathered in

Paul Hall's office a bevy of men

I've carted less than beauties in
the torrents of angry words long

gone ry. But tney did come tmi
time with peaceful words.

There was Harold Bowers, of

New York's upper west side docks,

who leads what some critics call

the "pistol local." There was To

ny Anastasia, Willie Lynch of Man Manhattan's
hattan's Manhattan's lower west side, and Fred
Fields of the east side. Speaking

for the ILA leadership was nation

al organizer Teddy Gleason, veter veteran
an veteran of 42 years on the docks. Talk

ing for the other camp were Hall

and his genial, inseparable, Mor

ris Weissberger, eastern repre representative
sentative representative of the Sailors Union oi!

the Pacific, an affiliate of the Sear

farers International Union.

The longshoremen Want no mose

war. They want a merger of some
with the AFL-CIO. None, of these

men have ever run front) a figjiti

in the past'; which is clearly the

understatement oi rne year.
But the brickbats safely stor

ed elsewhere were missina from

this talk. Hall said oeace could

come at a price, as far as he was
concerned. The tab is a nine-point

program.

There must be adherence to the
principles of the AFL-CIO consti constitution
tution constitution which includes the Ethi Ethical
cal Ethical Practices Committee. Also
democratization of the ILA or

ganization there must be a euar

antee of full protection and equal

treatment for all present and form former
er former members of the International
Brotherhood of Longshoremen, set
up by the AFL-CIO to drive the
ILA out of business. That drive
never succeeded.

There must be recognition Of

this IBL. Also opposition to any
direct or indirect efforts by Har Harry
ry Harry Bridges, Sovieteer, and his a a-gents
gents a-gents to expand their influence
in other areas. Also establishment

of accepted accounting and audit

ing procedures throughout the ILA.

There are also several points
which give the AFL-CIO Maritime
Trades Department power to po

lice this agreement.
Ths Uongshsrsmsn's leaders
didn't seem ts object. Thsy.s Thsy.s-grsad
grsad Thsy.s-grsad ts cams back at 9 a.m. s
weak Istsr. Thsy 'tsft, sa1 dur during
ing during Jhe weak decided ts can can-tinus
tinus can-tinus paacs talks. It was team teamed
ed teamed that ILA president Cap. Wil-
Ham Bradley is preparing ts dis dispatch
patch dispatch a latter to all Iscsls tall tall-tng
tng tall-tng thsm net ts mslet sr kssp
from s job any dockwalloper who
had fought against the ILA in
the past.

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MAN ABOUT TOWN
The Big Parade: Marilyn Mon Monroe
roe Monroe walking her poodle near
37th and York Avenue just be before
fore before winging to the Caribbean
with hef gtodm. .Jackie Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, the Home-Runner, whose
middle name is Roosevelt...
Skitch Henderson and Ruth Mi Michaels
chaels Michaels Being asked: "Is this seri serious
ous serious between you two?" Skitch'a
reply; ''Well, we both have some something
thing something to forget". i Julie New New-mar's
mar's New-mar's weekend "Johnny," Al Al-drich
drich Al-drich Bates II (of Boston) at
Via "T.i'l Ahner" staere door...

J X -W A A fj -- v
Ex-heavy weight champion eb-i stylist Lavern Baker, a sultry

Eleanor paker. .Marilyn Mor Morrison
rison Morrison (dghtr of the Mocamho
chief) is news-commentatlna In

Palm Springs. .Luclle Ross (who

sued J- J. As tor) tells chums, he
gave her $1000 per month until
tney phffft. ...Add chummy two twosomes:
somes: twosomes: Dave Collyer of "Happy
Hunting" and Edith Fellows .
Paul Brunn, the Miami Beach
historian, is now syndicated In
many big burgs. .Larry Quirk,
kin of James Quirk (famed ex ex-editor
editor ex-editor of Photoplay), authors
essay's on the stars for Movie
Stars Parade and Movieland .

Al Green's discovery is s o n g-

During the week, word went oat

from Paul Hall's headquarters to

George Meany, national afl-ciu

chief, informing him of the talks

and their nroeress. The nine-point

program is, in effect, one Meany
had worked out some months a a-go.
go. a-go. He has no objections to the

talks, it is said. If the ILA ac accepts
cepts accepts the principles for peace on
the docks, there might well be a
i merger. And perhaps In time for
;the meeting of the AFL-CIO high
I command in Miami Beach on Jan.
128.

zard Charles, the latest to enter
show-business. As a disc-Jockey
. Manle Sacks, the NBC execu executive,
tive, executive, winglns: back to Radio City
fmn, nevAi-lv Hills- after de-

Vt,mVlYif all nf the published

bunk to reporter. .Franehot
Tone, who supposedly rejected
the role of Alger Hiss in a new
play, fearing a libel suit ...-.'The
ri awn's landlord keeping Rita

Trannrnrth vtv husv in conversa-

tion while the maltre d seats
hpr lone-aeo husband (Orson

Welles) out of- her view. i
Salles In Our Alley! Sponsor
mag revives Fred Allen's defini definition
tion definition of the radlo-tv ratings A
ratine service," Fred said, "is a
device that counts the grains of
sand on the oottom of a bird birdcage
cage birdcage and 'thereby determines
how many "grains are in the Sa Sahara
hara Sahara Desert"... Author David
Chandler ref erts to his tv et as
"The Idiot Box."
Memos of a Midnighter;
Clare Bloom, the British "Old
Vic" lovely, and Noel Benn
Chicago scion), art playing
Romeo ft Juliet off-stage. He a
co-producer ot Sean O'Casey'B
laurh-crewded "Purple Dost
"Tex" Feldman, who fmng
that blr Hollywood party (New
Year's Eve, once, changed nis
name to Fontaine foj 3 weeks
. What was that noisy argu argument
ment argument and clash about at the
Friars between Milton Berle
and ane of hli long-time aides?
Coasters hear they. ha to b
separted...Jack Healy. (Rocky
Graano's ex-tngO, ow,";
the Phil Silvers troupe, wt 1 1
merge with Rita Haftington,
pretty rusty-haire ..hatchick
at El Morocco... Gorgeous
Charlotte Foley (of the 'Mr 'Mr-Wonderful"
Wonderful" 'Mr-Wonderful" cast) to the first
flllv selected for the "Zlegfeld
FoiH's." Two of her annts were
Zieiffeldells... Variety! pae
40 starts off with a rave notice
for Norma Douglas' album
(The Dynamic M'ss Doug Douglas"),
las"), Douglas"), confirming her rooters
When "The Lark" fa done on
tr the entte Mtl will
be ned except the star Sam
jatfelonn blacklisted by the
nets. :.

Bob Olin told Jimmy Durante

"I never felt better in my life"

. .Broadway success Saga:
Astrid Nielsen, the new thrush
at the House of Vienna, grad

uated from the "Kismet" chorus

...The current big son click
."Two Different worlds" was
submitted to ten publishers. All
turned it down with: "It's tss
good fdr today's market. See me
ten years ago.". .The 11th
wasn't afraid... Nat King Cole.

sloe-eyed seplan, who can sing
. .MOM execs have a new head headache:
ache: headache: That Howard Hughes, is
buying into that firm, too...

Hum "Love M Tender" and then

"Aura Lee," an old Yale song.
;V. Cttrta'tn CbJ1bV Tht:-'tetan
new "Caodlde" album-,: a, be

ffnilinr. adventure .Vt i Joyee

Kilmers' famed poem ''Trees"
makes Al HJbbler's latest plat
ter a must-hear... Josephine
Prentice's new Calypso-album
.only for eolyumlsts), packed
with entertainment. One of
the lyrics will never pass censors
...She Is a hg hit at the
Dunes, Vegas. . Peggy Lee's
new Derca: "Where Flamin Flamingos
gos Flamingos Fly.". The flip side ("The'
Gypv" number) was written
by Feggy and T.srindn Al Almeida.
meida. Almeida. ; Irvinp Fields" (Tlco)
platter of Gladys Shelley's
"Why Boys Like Girls."

Cast of Characters: Jason
Robards, jr. (he romped offwlth
itlowln notices in "Lonsr Day's
Journev') won 13 battle stars in

World War Two. When his ship

(the NorthamDton) was sunk
off Guadalcanal he swam six

hours (all nleht) before rescue

,Bin Crosby's new leadlnn

lady (in his next film. "Man on

Fire") is thu beautiful Inzer

Stevens, Grace Ke'lv's look-a

like. She wp. In the Latin Quar Quarter
ter Quarter llnp onlv two weeks ago .

rorty minutes uerore he fliei

Coast-to-Coaster: Lisa Fer Fer-raday's
raday's Fer-raday's Yule gift from Charles
Baron was a gray Thunder Thunder-brd.
brd. Thunder-brd. .. Elsie Peterson of "LI'I
Abner" and Neal Pritchard
swpre off each other for the
New Year ...Carol Martin, the
hatchick at Maxim's Calypso
Den, doubles there as the star
pianist.. ."Tha Springs" (at
- Palm Springs) Is another hew
. hlghspotv Alan Dale (chief of
Villa Nova, H'wood) makes it
a mustdlne rendezvous : ."
. Ruby's Dunes (in the same
delightful oasis) rets a large
play from the oelebs... No Nobody
body Nobody can f'g ure out "why Dean
Martin (at the last minute)
insisted that he be omitted
from last week's Steve Allen
Bollywood segment. . Broker
Stanley Odium and Kay Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence (Associated Press re reporter)
porter) reporter) do their rendezwooing
at Romeo Salta's... A Wall
Streeter who met Kathy Grant
on her- recent visit to Our
Town has been lohg-ktsstanc-inr
Blng's oft-reported bride-to-be...
Gloria DeHaven's us-ed-to-was
(Marty Klmmel) is
Jack-and-J'Uing with Jill
Corey... Ezra Goodman (of
Time mag's H'wood branch)
has a new romance,- Dory
Langden, songwriter. . Col Col-umisg
umisg Col-umisg Shellah Graham is per perfecting
fecting perfecting her mambo-beat at Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Murray's . Sharman
Douglas' new beaumance is
Rod Taylor, Metro player. .
Who heat up Geene Courtney?
She disguised the black orb
during; her Palace Theatre
booking. . Steve Allen gag-

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. WASinNOTON speaker Sam
Rlyburn, one of the men who call
ex-President Trumait'H a r t y,"
had a good-natured exchange with
him over a ouestion that irks Rv.

ourn me jod lTuman once-gave
to another ex-President.

-JAt. Sam was talking -about the
"12 bleak vears" of Hardine. Cnol-

idge and Hoover. Out ef the clear
blue he tracked: "I believe you
appointed him to something, didn't

you- . . i f,.. ...

'You've always been, but out

with me. Sam. because I have

former President Hoover a Job,"

Truman reolied.-'P11, telr vou whv

I did that. There were 300,000 Mor

avians behind the Iron Curtain who

were starving. I sent him to see

now we couia get toon to tnem.

"His: saeretarv told in a. later

that I'd prolonged the old man's
life bv 10 vears. The time is com

ing," continued Truman, "when

somebody is going to have to do

the same, thing for me.

"He did an excellent Job." said

Truman, "Just as he did ad excel excellent
lent excellent Job as Food Administrator for

Woodrow Wilson. Wilson started

him on his nolitical career iust as

1 started Dwight Eisenhower,'.'

mute iruman rersrrsn re
ths fact that In 1948 he urged
BiaanhSwar ts run for Prasidant
en the Democratic ticket, later
took- him out of Columbia Uni University
versity University to put him in the lime limelight
light limelight as Supreme Cemmtnder
of NATO.

TO THE RIGHT Of LAUSCHE

Life Magazine snapped a pic

ture of Sen. Frank Lausche (D-

Ohio) at the joint session of Con

gress, but had trouble identifying
the Senator on his right. It looked

like Sen. James Murray (D.,

Mont.), but to make sure, a report

er phoned Murray late at night.

"Did you sit on Lausche s right

at the joint session?" the report

er asked. Murray confirmed that

he did.

Later Murray told a mend a

bout the call. The friend, knowing
Murray's reputation as an ardent
New Dealer, cracked: "That's
probably the only time you'll ever

be to the righ: of Lauscne."
SENATOR N EASTLAND'S OFFER

One untold story of the Presi

dential campaign Is how Missis Mississippi's
sippi's Mississippi's shrewd Sen. Jim Eastland,
champion of white supremacy, of offered
fered offered to praise the Republicans in

order to win votes for the Demo

crats.

Realizing his views were not po popular
pular popular up north, Eastland figured
the best Contribution he could make
to the Democratic campaign

would be a speech praising the
Republicans.
He put through a long-distance
Shone call from Mississippi to a
lemocratic aids and asked him
to relav.a message to Adlal Stev

enson, Eastland offered to make a

public speech to White Citizens
Council, thanking the Republicans
for helping kilC civil-rights legisla legislation
tion legislation in the, Senate. He planned to
say that he could never have
blocked civil-rights legislation
without the help pf Republican
members of the Senate .Judiciary
Committee. '
Stevenson's campaign manager,
Jim Finnegan, was anxious to ac accept
cept accept Eastland's offer. He figured
it would counteract the Repub Republican
lican Republican claim in Negro communities
that a vote for the Democratic
ticket was a vote for Eastland.
But Stevenson flatly refused to
have anything to do with Eastland
or his offer,
RETIRED FIRE HORSE
Sen. Herbert Lehman of New
York bowed out of the Senate and
out of public life the other day.

writer Wm. Dana and TV song songstress
stress songstress Toby Deane are prac practically
tically practically Cerntti's floor show...
Around the UN they tell you
the Arab delegation has the
best phone numbers in town
...Mike Connolly's Item just
before the story, broke expla'ns
a lot: "Mario McDonald hit
another tree."

.... -. -. , ( -,.;.r".
He had served more terms as Gov.
ernor of New York than any other
man In history. He had been head
of UNRRA during the crucial war
years, had helped, feed most of
the free world, had defeated John
Foster Dulles for the Senate, was
considered unbaetabie for re-election.
At the age of 78 he retired.
On the day the Senate opened,
however, Herbert Lehman, like an
old fire horse who hears the clang clanging
ing clanging of the bell, went up to his. old
haunts. He tort of hated to leave
them. Excitement was stlrrine in

the cloakrooms. Old friends were

back, uebate began on the floor floor-debate
debate floor-debate over an issue he had fought
for during the years civil rights.
The old gentleman sat on ths

floora privilege extended to ex ex-Senators
Senators ex-Senators listened to the debate.

The yeas and" navs." called

the Vice President. Automatically
ex-Senator Lehman's hand went
un. He was ton aernctnmMl tn ha.

ing a Senator. He bad VOted-by
mistake.':' : :. ;--;?. :-:: .

"I'd better get but of here." ho

told a friend, "before you fellows

throw me out. It's hard, to forget
that you're not a Senator any
more.; ;

Note Lehman will be living
most of ths tim in Washington
naaf the Scene of the battles in
which ha fought so valiantly.
; AGREE TO DlSAGfttt
Liberal leader Sen. Hubert Hum-

phrey (t. Minn.) and majority

leader Sen. Lyndon Johnson (D.,

let.) nave patcnea up weir back
stage feud.
It started when Humphrey led
what appeared to be a liberal re revolt
volt revolt 1 against Johnson's leadership.
The fiery Minnesotan announced a
lo-point liberal program which co coincided
incided coincided with the Democratic plat,
form but not with Johnson's own
13-point program. The tall Texan
was furious. He passed the word
to his Senate cronies that Hum
phrey was no longer "a member
of the club." He was to be cold cold-shouldered.
shouldered. cold-shouldered.
When you get in Johnson's bad
graces, your bills don't pass, and
good committee jobs don't devel develop.
op. develop. Shortly before the Senate open opened,
ed, opened, Humphrey phoned Johnson on
a routine matter, The Texan was
so cold Icicles could have formed
on the telephone line.
"What are you doing, waging a
cold warf" Humphrey finally
blurted. ' :
"You broke faith with me,"
complained the Senator from Tex Texas
as Texas peevishly.
HumDhrev then made it clear

he had no intention of challeng challenging
ing challenging Johnson's leadership.
''You can get mors votes s Out
of this body thaa anyone, else,"

ssid Humphrey, referring to the
Senate. "You are a good leader, I
was simply trying to make you a
better) leader.' j".
He-pledgajd Johnsoi. his -friendship,
and support, but served warn

ing he would, differ whenever no
felt Johnson was deserting the
Democratic party's principles. La Later,
ter, Later, in the first Democratic, cau cau-nna
nna cau-nna Jnhncnn has called In two

years, Humphrey made i speech

LYNDON AND FILIBUSTERS
Senate Democratic Wader Lyn

don, who led the fight against
changing Senate rules to curb fil filibusters,
ibusters, filibusters, is quietly lining up con-.
servative Democrats to support a
rules change, permitting debate to

be closed by two-thirds of ine ;
Senators voting. This would cut
down the -number of votes needed
to stop, a filibuster, since it ia tart
that the iull Senate is present for

s vote. Under the former ruie, wo
absentees helped those toting", a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst halting debate.
Johnson still has not persuaded
such diehard southerners as East

land and Stenms of Mississippi,
Russell and Talmadge of Georgia,
Thurmond and Johnston of South
Carolina However, the persuasive
Democrat has made some head

way.

With pesee will not come auto automatic
matic automatic purity. But an era will end.
Bloodshed will end. And while the
hincle still wiQ have its terrors,

Fsther Corridan could well write'

on his blackboard that not all vic victories
tories victories are complete. But a figSt

will then have beea won, if for no

one else.' at least for the hard work
ing rank-end file longshoremen.

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atlpation, coa-atlpation, fcaaitaeaca. teas' teraath.
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SK Hiaaiaa from aaur ehamlot twlar.
Hiim la ft ml fmle to ttea tlw anS
lauatiaaaM Hlsalaa at oracatara.

Broadway Novelet! It alleged allegedly
ly allegedly happened during a tense llv-irg-room
scene In a Broadway

play ..Josephine Huu was con-

verslne wirn a toudiw
who waa glvint the star a hrd
time off-stage.. Suddenly the

phone rang...BOtn women ook ook-ed
ed ook-ed sUrtled since the scr"t d"i
not call for ant phrme caU .It
continued to dlnadlng. o th'r
great consternation... The vet veteran
eran veteran Hull halted her lire end
nicked up th receiver wH'e the
,inrr mrtrrM 1rtd Wth re-

lief.. "Hello, e11o?- ssid 1
Into the ohone. "res, tat s
riehf. .The other a-s
smirked a 'he' -watched the
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PRESENTS

Today, frWay, Jan. 18
P.M.
4:00 Feature Review

tanwhat Ynur Favorite (re-

quests i- taken 'by phone

till 3:00)

V i :35 What's Your F 0 r 1 1

(cont'd)

6 : 00 Allen Jackson Commen
, .-v : .. t.ftrvr"

V 1 : 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (PabstBeer
8 :3ft-t-Top Tunes of the Week

(WRUL)
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
, 7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
, 8:00 Music By Roth
.-. 1:30 Short Story Theater

' 1:00 You "Asked For It (re (re-.
. (re-. quests taken by phone

. till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till. Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.

Tomorrow, Saturday, Jan. 19

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7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christopher
8:30 Musical Reveille
-9:00 News
9:15 Bonjour Mesdames
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 News :
10:05 SDins And Needles re

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"11 r0 News

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11:30 Journey Into Space
12:00 News
P.M.
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Time t
l:00-News
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King serenade
3:00 Old New Orleans
3:15 Rhythm And Reason
; 3 : 30 Paris Star Time
' 3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re--
quests taken by phone
;, till 3:00)
8:30 News
5:35 What's Your Favorite

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8:00 Guest Star 11

8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

8:30 Manhattan Melodies
:45 Do it yourself --'
7:00 Much-Binding "
7:30 VOA Report from TJ.S

' 8:00-Saturday Night Dancini

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8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade
' t: 30 Ray 'a A Laugh

10:00 Music From Hotel EI Pan

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10:30 Owl's Nest (requests

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JUSTICE COMES FULL CIRCLE Norman Moon- (left fore
ground) stands unmoved as he hears his death sentence pro
nounced by Judge Alexander Flick in Warren, Pa. Moon was
found guilty of slaying Judge Allison Wedge, who was murder murder-'
' murder-' ed in this same courtroom, This was the first 4ime in Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania courtroom history that photographers 'were permit-
ted to picture a murder defendant.

Presley Influence
TAMPA, Fla. (UP) Joe Vas Vas-quez,
quez, Vas-quez, sporting an Elvis Presley
h aircut and charged with stea ling
car hubcaps, told Judge Bob John

son yesterday he was "confused in

his thinking.
The Judge commented, "No won wonder
der wonder you can't think with all tha:
hair on your head."
Vasquez followed the judge's or

der to visit a barber shop and,

Secihg-Eye, Bog
BELLAIRE, Mich., Jan. 18
(TJP Ray Olney complains that
the seeing-eye, which opens his
garage door when a button is
pushed in his automobile, insists
on watching his television set.
Whenever he turns on the set,
the seeing-eye device opens hi3

aoor. s

minus his fancy topping,

placed on probation.

Mask of Respectability is Ripped

From Face of ExCon (and Escapee)

COLORADO SPRINGS. C o 1 o.

(UP) Noverta R. Clayton, who
lived on the right Side of the law

for three decades and helped en enforce
force enforce it, was unmasked Monday

night as a convicted murderer
who escaped from the Mississippi

penitentiary in I9zs.

Clayton is 64-years old. and was

invalided three years ago by a

heart attack.

He has two grown sonts by 1 the

wife ne was convicted of slaying.

and has four children by his sec second
ond second wifei who works to support

the family.

Clayton decided after his arrest

to fight extradition to Mississippi.

His younger children and every

one in El Paso County had known
Clayton as John Henry Adams, a
retired deputy sheriff. .-.

Wife Knew Secret
But his present wife. Virginia,

has always known that her hus husband
band husband was an escaped convict.

Their four children, who range

in age from: 8 to 16 years,- attend
public schools in Colorado Springs.

Foliee Chief I. a. (Dad) Bruce

did not explain how Clayton's true
identity became known. But Bruce

said that after Clayton was ar arrested,
rested, arrested, he admitted his "respect "respectable"
able" "respectable" life was built up during 28

years as a fugitive from justice.

Clayton denied, however, be was

euilty of the pistol murder of his

first wife in Mississippi. He said

the- state of MississiDoi convinced

a jury he had shot her for 810, 810,-000.
000. 810,-000. worth of Insurance.
The money went to his sons.

N. R. Clayton Jr., now 32, of Dav

enport, lows, and Harvey Cook,
30, of Fort Worth, Tex. Cook took
the family name of the aunt whe
reared hiira after his father went

to prison.
He's An Ex-Marine

Clayton, who served two enlist

ments mine, Marines as a young
man, said he escaped the Missis

sippi penitentiary at Parchman on
Match 31, 1929. He and another
prisoner, who he refused to iden

tify, fled in the prison physician's
automobile.
In 1930, Clayton showed up at
Pueblo, Colo. Five months later

he moved to the small farming

community oi nonam in i rso
County. There he married Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Snell, while working as a

ranch hand.

Then Clayton served as a dep

uty under four sheriffs in El Paso

County, including the present

sheriff, Earl Sullivan. Chief Bruce
said Clayton was never in any
troubfe in -Colorado.

Immediately after his arrest.

Clayton said he was willing to
waive extradition to Mississippi.
But after he conferred with an at attorney,
torney, attorney, John Haney, he decided to
try to keep from being sent back
to prison.

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MR. AND MRS. SEYMOUR STRAUSS shown following uc
wedding &i Balboa JWB Jan. 4. Mrs. Strauss Is the,oner
Miss Beatrice Pearlman of Los Angeles, Calif.
(Photo by Ernest Hva)

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PANAMA WILL HOLD
BANQUET tTO HONOR PRESIDENT DE LA GUARD IA ;
Tb" American Society of the Republic of Panama will
hold a star banquet in honor of President Ernesto de la
Guardia, Jr. at the Union Club Jan. 30.
It is traditional that each incoming President of the
Republic be honored by the Society at the first opportunity
after his inauguration. The Society thus seeks to promote
better understanding between our two countries.
In addition to the President of the Republic of Panama,
the committee In charge is inviting the Panamanian cabinet
ministers and many other prominent members of the community.

tlton Todd, President of the- So So-tiety,
tiety, So-tiety, htauurged all members to
be present. 'Each member is en encouraged
couraged encouraged to bring at least one
guest, preferably a Panamanian.
The banquet will start at the U U-taiofl
taiofl U-taiofl Club at 8 p.m. The official
dress for the evening will be white
suits. Tickets may be purchased
from any of the .following mem

bers of the Society:

Jim Plaia, Elton Todd, Fred

Gerbardt, Louie Gomez, Joe liar

rington,' Dick Dehlinger, Frank

Raymond, Scollay Moore, Tom Og
lesby. Bill Schmitt, Robbie Robins

Jim idge, Otto Hausman. Bob

Boyd, Paul Siderbotham, Friti

Humphreys, Bob Acly, Jack Mc
Grath.

Miss Branham Honared
Uik turnriu Shavta

Often the honoree at a "surprise

shower is not altogether unaware
of the plans being made in her

behalf, but thg miscellaneous snow snow-er
er snow-er which was given for bride-to

be Miss Erin Marigam Branham,

last Thursday was such a surprise

that the honoree almost did not at attend.
tend. attend.
The hostess Mrs. Maxwell T.

Smith of Balboa, and the.Jriends
assigned to bring Miss .Branham
to the shpwer, were so subtle, thai
they, gave no hint. Their Tvisit 4 to
Mrs. Smith's house was sqpposisl sqpposisl-ly
ly sqpposisl-ly impromtu, and" when they
brought Miss Branham to the

bouse, she saw all the cars Out

side and refused to come- in for
fear, they would be gate-trashing
a party.
Finally' she was convinced that

mis was not so, out n whs not un until
til until she saw the bride doll flanked

by yellow tapering candles and

yellow blossoms on the buffet that
she realized that this was a show shower
er shower and she was the honoree.,,

, Those who attended were Miss

es Josephine Withers, Beatriz Ce

deno and Ruth Hoke; Mesdames

Fat Michel, KUea Bailey, Eliza

beth McNiven, Marge Foscue, E-

thel Browne, Alice Clark,,, Marga Margaret
ret Margaret Davis, Mary Nelson, '.Louise
Hickum, Rosemary And erton,
Margaret Collins, Margaret De
Geer, Virginia Dubbs, .Mareela
Diaz, Olivia Perez. Gladys Light
Blodwin Turbyfill. Amanda' Little
and Lucille Feeney.
Miss Branham, who is a teach teacher
er teacher at Diablo School is engaged to
Paul Moser, a teacher at Cristobal

High.

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OFFICER'S FOR PROTESTANT LADIES GUDLD Newly elected officers qf,the Protestant Ladles
Guild of Ft. Clayton pose with outgoing officers. From left to right; retiring ; of fleers Mrs.
! Stokes andMrs. Barnes, ned president Mrs. S. R. Juhnhon, -ylce president Mrs. J. C, Ross and
secretary-treasurer Mrs. W. H.rHarris. ,.

B. Barr, vice president, C. F. Mc-

Gowan, treasurer ana u ml, raey raey-er
er raey-er secretary. The new chairmen

present were Mesdames F. R.

More, (i, ti. Hammon, u. rruae,

G. F. Richardson, H. r wneaion,

R. I. Landois. R. E. Classen, R.

J. Ma-cDonald, W. H. Clark and

J. H. Mernam.

Outgoing, Incoming
Officers Of Quarry
Heights Wives Club Feted
Mrs. T. H. Barfield, the new
president of the Quarry Heights
Officers' Wives Club gave a cof coffee
fee coffee this morning for the outgoing
and incoming officers and chair-,
men of the club.
Outgoing officers who attended
were Mrs. E. P. Richter, president,
Mrs. M. A. Colley, vice-president,
Mrs. H. L. Chippeaux, treasurer,
G. F. Richardson, secretary, and
committee chairmen Mesdames R
C. McDanlel, L. R. May, F. A
Campbell, A. E. Rice, C. H. Hoke,
H. W. Post and C. S. McGowan.
Incoming officers were hostess

Mrs. Barfield,, president, Mrs. J,

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Cristobal Rainbow Assembly
To Hold Opn Installation
Of Officers Next Week ,

Miss 'Terry Louis will be instal

led Worthy .Advisor of Cristobal
Assembly No. 2, Order of the
Rainbow for Girls, at an open in

stallation .of officers to be hefd
Thursday evening, at 7:30 atthe

Cristobal Masonic Temple.
Miss Shirley Keepers, who is
completing her term as Worthy
Advisor, will be the installing of-:
fleers.
Eastern' Stars, and Master Ma-I
sons who have been, appointed to.
serve on the Rainbow Advisory
Board for the coming year will
also be installed at this time.
Al parents and friends are mosti

cordially invited to attend.; Re

fresnmenis win De served in me
banquet hall following the instal installation
lation installation ceremony.

Mrs. Tabert Honored
With. Baby Shower
Mrs. J. R. Campbell and Mr-.
L. E. Bates Sr. gave a baby sho
er recently uv honor of-Mrs.- H. H.
Tabert of Gamboa.
Guests who attended were Mes Mesdames
dames Mesdames W. W. Alderton, A. J. Ca-tanzaroi-
H. Ehrman, 3 J. Hildago,
H.fDHale,yi Harrison, Tj B
Idol, A J. Landretb, N. J. Lewter,
R.fB. Mills, T: H.- Murphy, R V.
Sellens, P. E. Snow, T. F Sullivan,
P G. Neville, J. Spear, C. W.

?J&ETINfiS

tach notice for inclusion in this
column should b submitted in
typt-written form and mailed to on
of the box numbers listed daily is
i "Social snd Otherwise," or deliver
ed by hand to the office. Notices of
-meetings cannot be accepted by
' telephone.
(!
GirF Scout Council
Meets Monday

The Balboa Neighborhood of the

Canal Zone Girl Scout Council will

meet Monday, Jan. 21, at the Girl

Scout Little House at 7:00 p.m.

All;9 'troop leaders, their commit

tees, and the fence committees
are urgently requested to be pre present.
sent. present. Any other registered adults

are invitea to aiiena.

Homa,-. A. J. Roy.iL. M. Suggs, E
M Smith, J. H. Childress, P. a
Olsen, E. E. Stern, D. Bromeld,
D Gerbort, L. R. Sanchez, P. Wa

ter and L. Miller.

Candlelight Dance
At USO JWB
Sunday Night
Candlelight dancing, a popular
monthly- feature- of-the USO-JWB

will take place at the USO-JWB

Armed Forces' Service Center on

Sunday, beginning at, 8:00 p,m. ''
! The J a dies and the most popular
music- of fhe, day nakl the danc dancing'
ing' dancing' samosbi en joyable Jast. time
for those who attend.
A special invitation Is extended

to servicemen and their depend-

La Bergman En Route To US
Breaking Eight-Year Exile

Editor's Note: Th return of i the Paris production of the tjIst

Ingrid Bergman to the "Tea : and Sympathy.'1 She said

the management of the Theatre
de Paris was "Very pleasant"
about her departing.
" "But they wanted to be paid" for
the performances, as there are
packed houses every night. So

why should i they fii ve up Uie

actress

United States thin weekend he$
rekindled an eld controversy. This
dispatch, based en United Press
interviews with Miss Bergman,
gives her own opinions of the trip.

By ARTHUR L. HICBII ;

'ARIS, Jan 18 (UP) Jngrld

Bergman, a womart with: no re

grets or apologies, said today that

money?"

(In New York,

"20th-century

hr 4 hnnr trio tn th TTtiit 1 f0X Company
ZJ Jll had. paid; the,Paria theatre, r-

umvuj tuio ntbtkvuu ., yv sis, a auj i

be very amusing."'

i ne actress leaves

today to

break an eight-year exile from the

u.a.- anu receive in person we

New York film critics' award as

the best actress -of 1956 for her

role in the 20th Century-Fox. film

"Anastasia,"

;: .. .' ..;:- '.-i
' First Homecoming' 1

It is the first "homecoming" to

the U.S. for the Swedish-born

actress since she abandoned her

husband and daughter tn Holly

wood for a celebrated romance

with, Italian film director Roberto

Rossellini. ;

Miss Bergman told United- Press

that she would take time during

her visit to New York td shop
for the children she has had by

Rossellini Roberto. 7. who was

1orn before the marriage, and the

twin. daughter's. Isabella and

Ingrid. 4. !."'.' '-,

She- also wui see a maunee

Derformahce of the Broadway hit

musical "My Fair Lady."

Seven years ago ben. fcawin c

Johnson -of Colorado, took the
Senate floor to demand that Miss

Bergman "our most popular but
pregnane movie queen 'never be

permitted to set toot on American

If you leave word for some someone
one someone to call you on the telephone,
don't tie up your line with a
series of long, chatty calls. It Is
annoying to keep trying to get
someone who has asked you to
call and get the busy'slgnal each
time you dial.
This is especially, important
when the person you ask to call
you is a busy profess onal or
business man. ,

Younq Jazzist Dies
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 18 UP)
George Girard, one of New Or Or-lcan's
lcan's Or-lcan's outstanding young jazz mu musicians,
sicians, musicians, died today.

' T'Vi a OA irnnn rA fmimnaf rvl ft r

er and jazz band leader died at

,the home of- bis sister after a long

illness-' -",-" :?,;.:

soil again.

"I Will

Answer

eBtsi to join in the : gaiety n and
companionship, ; two outstanding

features, of yie dance.
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Ingrid is not worried about the

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"Let them ask," she said. "I

will answer them."
Did she have regrets?
"For what?'? she asked.
"What are your preparations"
for the trip, she was asked.
"None. I have nothing to pre prepare
pare prepare and nothing to do about it.
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Scout News,

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Girl Scout1-' i
Regional Director ; ,'": J
To VisJt Panama '
Announcement was made yes
terday of the f orthcomihg visit
of Miss Elizabeth McHugh, re-'
clonal director for region II of
the Girl Scouts of the 7U. 5. A.
Miss McHugh plans to be in
Panama for two' weeks and will
givt a number' of training 'scs 'scs-siohs
siohs 'scs-siohs to members of the Execu-..
tlve Boards Canal jZone O 1 I
Sicout Qouncll.
Mrs. Wesley Townsendthe
retiriner jpresident of the -boacd;;
is chairman In charge' or 'ar 'arrangements
rangements 'arrangements for scheduling M1&&
McHiigh's meetings. Miss-' My-"
Hugh will stay at the -Tjlvolt'
Guest House while she -is in
Panama. -v,
Approximately fifteen mem-'
bers of the executive board of
the CZ ,Girl Scout council at attended
tended attended a board meeting yester-r
day m Margarita Girl Scout "Lit-,
tie House." Mrs. James KUne,
IncQming president, presided.
A number of appointments

were made by Mrs. Kline at this

time. Among them- Mrs: Roy
Walther, chairman of the camp
committee: Mrs. William H. Al

len, chairman of the finance
committee; Mrs. Will Arey, Jr
chairman of the" committee: for

international' friendship.

Also:. Mrs; J. E. Hagborg, chair :

man of the program committee;

Mrs. Roger A...Woicott. chair

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tee: committee: Mrs. Peter Peca,. chairman'

of the traln'ng committee '.nud

Mrs. Peter Bolton, chairman t

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Mrs. Albin DiPasca, chairman ez
troop organization' eommittee.j,

Mrs, John a! Arthur' V ve ft .:
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Sociai and, Oii

erwi&e:
ContinuiJ

-Erk tenderer
Will Civi Concert At USO-JWB

The lecond concert nroeram of

the 1957 Concert Lecture Seriea of

the USO-JWB nArmed Force Serv

ice Center will present Eric Land Land-erer
erer Land-erer on Monday,' Jan. 21, begin

ning at i:u p.m. ,
Eric Landerer, born in Czechos Czechos-lovakia.
lovakia. Czechos-lovakia. is a citizen of Venezuela,

He started his pianlstic studies at

tne age of five in his native coun

try and completed them in Paris

and Berlin. In both mentioned ca

pitals he made his debut at the

age of 16. His accomplishments
include the international "P a a I

Kuczinski Prize." a treasured re

ward of no small merit won in in

ternational competition. ''-
.
Mr. 'Xanderef has made exten
sive tours of both Americas. Eu

rope and Australia. He played as
soloist with the orchestras of Bue Buenos
nos Buenos Aires, Mexico, Caracas, Los

Angeles, Washington, The Hague,
Prague, Barcelona, Sydney Mel Melbourne
bourne Melbourne and many other, cities.

The reviews of leading critics of

the three continents have been de-

announce the birth of a daughter

Marguerite Elizabeth, at Gorge,
Hospital Jan 14.r; -. t
Mrs. Juan Silva Arrives Here

Mrs. Juan E. Silva has just ar
rived in Panama to join her hus

band, who is the Technical Direc-

tor in Elementary Education, Di

vision of Education, f oint f our.

Mrs. Silva was able to go direct

ly to the residence Mr. Silva had
prepared in anticipation of his

wife arrival.

Mr. and Mrs. Silva live In El

Cangrejo.

servedly flattering.

: In Latin America he has play played
ed played over 400 concerts from a reper

tory that includes all styles of alii

centuries of piano music. In ma

ny cities he has offered a cycle
of eight recitals, called "Master-

works oitne nano Kepenory

Tfie artist has played many times
i already In Panama and Balboa,

-and the management of the IJSO

JWB is -proud to present again

this well-known artist.

Straus s-Pearlman Wedding

At J.W.B.

Mrs. Strauss, the former Miss

Beatrice Pearlman of Los Ange

les, California became ; the bride
of Mr. Seymour Strauss of Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du and Miami, Florida, on Jan. 4,

at tne uaiDoa j.w.b. Katun Maui'

an Witkin officiated at the cere

mony.

Mrs. Strauss, before her wed

ding,,' was employed as a high

school teacher in Miami.. Florida

Mr. Strauss is employed by the
Civil Aeronautics Administration.

Civil Affairs building, Balboa,

canal zone. i,

Mr. and Mrs. Strauss are now

at home, in Curundu.

Coco Solo CIP Wives Club :

A welcome and farewell coffee

was. given in the clubrooms by
the Coco Solo Chief Petty Officers'
Wives Club Jan 4. Hostesses Phyl Phyllis
lis Phyllis Jacobsen and Vivien Lukens

iisfxl mnvmin theme for effec.

i tive decorations.

The same theme was used at

the monthly business meeting the
following Tuesday, Jan. 8. Ma Mary
ry Mary Holt, vice president officiated
in the absence of presidents- Bea

Thompson. Lois Walker and Ma

rie Templeton were hostesses.
Chairman of the Welfare Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, Shirley Saunders gave a
most interesting report on the
Christmas project sponsored by
the club. The collection of gifts for
the St. Vincent de Paul orphanage
, in Colon was, wholeheartedly sup supported
ported supported by all; members.'
A farewell gift was presented to
Phyllis Jacobson, who leaves for
the States, this month,
Lois Booth, won, tjie, Whjte, Ele Elephant
phant Elephant and' was also a 'winner in
the games played after the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Other winners were Eula Kea Kea-ton.
ton. Kea-ton. and Ivyanne Reynolds
The chairman of the activities
committee Toni Smith reported
that the Christmas party held in
the. clubrooms last month was so
successful that it has been decid decided
ed decided to. hold another social evening
Jan. 25. Program for this night
will be cards' and refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs.: Kocher Announce.
Birth' Of Daughter
. Mr, and Mrs-. Carroll Kocher

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caupls. Form your' own troups
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dio. studio. Leara Latin Amtrican and
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Horaeio Clare Elected Head
Of Panama Rotary

'f Horaeio Clare, Jr., well-known
Panamanian engineer,- yesterday
was elected President f the Pana Panama
ma Panama Rotary Club for the 1957-1958

term. : ;

f The Rotary" elections were held
somewhat ahead of schedule be

cause of the necessity of choosing

the new board prior to the district

convention which is scheduled lor

next month.
Clare is the incumbent vice-pres
ident.

Other officers elected yesterday
were: John Mavles. vice-president;

Carlos de Janon, secretary; Card Card-en
en Card-en Shekell, treasure; Ricardo

Brin, Thomas Oglesby, Oswald

Maduro and Louis risk,, direc
tnr. .,''

Election of officers was the
main business transacted by the
Rotary Club at Its weekly meeting
at the Hotel El Panama' yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The club, however, took time
out for the formal presentation of

a gold medal to Rotarian uenia

min Chen, who was chosen as the
Rotarian of the year for 1958. The
presentation was made by Igna Igna-clo
clo Igna-clo Molino, chairman of the com

mittee which made the selection.
The club also inducted Gordon

Dalton and the Rev.,Maynard Pe

terson as members.
Guests at yesterday's meeting
included Edward R. Grout, vi visiting
siting visiting Rotarian from St. Paul,
Minn.; J. Cooper, of London; An Antonio
tonio Antonio Capelli, of San Jose, Costa
Rica; Francis" B. Sliclrter and Ed-
ward B. Burnwell, of Washington,

D. C, Horace Piresr of Balboa,

and Roberta Reichard, of Fana-

Spaghetti Dinner For

Mombori Of Unitarian Society

All members and friends of the

Unitarian- Society are invited f to
a spaghetti dinner Sunday evening

at c-in in rh unirnrian uen

ter- Mrs. Edns Buuet wiu pre-

narn dinner.. i

, A meeting will fplltfw the dinner
for the purpose of planning the

1957 goals and program.

If has been requested of "those

planning to attend the dinner' tnat

they .; call sMrs.i Jane AMCauiey

2-1580.

The freshman and the soDho-

mores: had one real ball last Fri Friday,
day, Friday, at me tre&nman sonnomore

irouc. ii eiuier Class n ad any

ruages againsi tne outer, tnev

sure iet them out during the frolic.
I'm sure tney .wiu reuiemoer tne

tun tor a long time.

Credit for we-iroiic being such

a success goes to Larry Eastman
and his committee, bports on. tne

agenda were battle bail, army bau

soccer, tug oi war lot course; and

aummy xooioau.

ine iroiic lasted from 3:15 till

To top it ail oif, there was a

swimmiiiiK party tnat ment under

tne supervision oi uarbara Baitiet

and ner committee. Carol Cimnti.

the sophomore queen, and 'toecty

uu Yueaton, iresnman a u e e n.

were competing for the honor of

queen of me wnole xaboots. as

it turned out tne freshman class

were the winners. Tnereiore, et-

iy ism receivea' ine crown, von-

gratuiauons Freshmenl v ;

Everyone is beginning to recov

er irom tnose wonderful Christmas

nouidays and what hits us? Those

lovable semester exams of course.

But no joke, these exams mean

great dear towards your pass

port into college so u you navent

aireaay begun to review you'd bet

ter do some auick studying. I wish

everyone lucic, because we will

reaby need it. r

The fashion show was great

from the remarks of the audience.

If you have ever taken sewing in

school, you know how hard you

nave to work to finish your dress

es for the annual fashion show,

The models and Miss Monroe de

serve a hand for the fide '.'work

displayed. Who knows, maybe
they are the future seamstresses

vi years w cumei v

Ft. Oulick NCO Club Holds
'Hard Luck Daneo' ; ;

Old Clothes and dancing will be

the theme of the Fort Gulick Non

commissioned Officers C 1 u b's

i "Hard Luck Dance'; to be held to

morrow at the Ft: : Gulick Non

commissioned Officers Club.

. Dancing -will be from :30 to

12:38 with-music furnished by I-
van T.ashlAV nnrt hta Arfhptrn.

; The dance Is one of the regular
series held throughout the year by

the Club for members and guests

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Greatest

cream

do- -A---'-' !'
is cove ry

since cows!

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Arose! discovered bow to sterilize

'J fresh whipping cream so, that its f

' ; sweet taste remains unchanged

(or months. Avoset whips fast.

stays whipped, and is always

healthful and delicious,,-.; jV ? f
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In fhe spotlight this week stands

our Junior class secretary, Miss

Joan uimpii. joan was born- in

Colon Hospital on June 27. 1940.

Joan is one of those very talented
people who have the- ability to
make an "A" average. But that

by no means slows down our sec

retary. During her three years in

bus sne nas been on the fresh freshman
man freshman picnic committee, Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving showcase, Christmas for all,

in which she had the honor to

be in the court, window display
committee. She is in the Math
Club and has been selected to be
a Chemistry lab assistant. She is
to be one of our junior class rep

resentatives in the coming Valen Valentine
tine Valentine formal. Joan's main interest
out of school, for a long as she

has been able to know what about
horses is horseback riding. Joan is

planning being an engineer, which

will' take a Tot of hard down

to-tacks work. She hasn't decided

as of yet which college she would

like to attend.' Joan- would like to

tell the freshman, as I'm sure they

have been told many a time, but

believe me, you can never be told

enough, that now Is the time to
begin your foundation of a high or
above an average scholastic stand

ing in high school. Because before
long you will realize it's almost
too late and wish you had taken

the advice of those older than

yourself. ,t. n

Probably Ho Charges

Againsi ihe Sellers

Of Red:Bound Equip.

WASHINGTON' TUP- Informed

sources said today there is little

likelihood that Americans who sold

strategic electronics equipment to

Soviet spy Yuri P. Krylov will be

prosecuted.

They said the Americans in

volved either were unwitting ac

complices or persons who cooper cooperated
ated cooperated with the United States in un

covering the Russian's espionage

activities.

Krylov, an assistant military at

tache at the soviet Embassy, was

ordered expelled irom this coun
try late Monday. The State De

partment announced the expulsion

order Tuesday, it said Krylov naa

been asked to leave lmmeai
ately." '

The department levelled two

charges against the Soviet army

officer. It saw ne: . ...

"I mproperlyi purchased

"quantities of electronics equip

ment" through "American inter

medlaries." The department did

not describe the equipment Krylov

bought, but officials said It was
not licensed for export.

Attempted to buy military se secrets.
crets. secrets. -
The State Department declined

to identify the "American inter

mediaries" who sold the electron

ics equipment to the Russian. The

Senate Internal security subcom

mittee promptly said it would look
into the case with a view to deter

mining who they were. t
Informed sources who knew

about the intermediaries likewise
refused to identify them or even
to say bow many were involved.
But they said the Americans' were

either unaware of their errors or

were cooperating with the govern

ment. . '.

For this reason, they said It Is

highly unlikely that anyone will
be prosecuted. A final decision

rests witn tne justice Department,

which declined comment on- the
case. i

The equipment bought by Kryrov

was reported to include various
kinds of electronic- tubes, con condensers,
densers, condensers, and other similar items.

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roast whole leg of beef
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shrimp and chicken salads
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Call maitra d'hotel, 3-1660, for reaervationa I
SPECIAL ATTRACTION THIS SUNDAY at 7 p.ra.t
An exhibition of Rock V Roll and Bob 't
by members of the El Panama Cotillion Class .'
under the direction of Lona Sears -'

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a two weeks' engagement In the
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ENID LOWE, talented new
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UP)
President. Eisenhower will wear a

homburg hat at his Inauguration

ceremony this year, again passing
up the traditional, silk topper, the

wnite House reported today.

Four years ago when he chose
a homburg) the President threw
sartorial and official, circles into

a swivet. . .. ,i.,. i
Since no one dared' high hat the
chief executive, officials started
a run on hat stores that reached
all the way to Baltimore. But this

year capital stores are well sup

plied witn nomourgs. r
Mr. Eisenhower today received
a gold souvenir medal of his in

auguration from Robert V. Flem Fleming,
ing, Fleming, chairman "of the event. It

snows his profile and that of Vice
President Richard i M.V Nixon
both bareheaded
Nixon also received one of the
medals at a presentation in the
President's office. Fleming told re-

porters it was Mr. Eisenhower's

wish tnat the vice president's

likeness also appear on the medal.

Cassiopeia; Lodge
Installs Officers
Last Mondav nio-tif t.h r.

slopeia Lodge No. 2888. L.O.A.S,
Conductor! it 1nat.ollat.1nn fit nt.

fleers for the, 1957 term at the

uourt BrocK Lodge Hall.

The reremonies was nerform-

ed by Norman H. Ambursley as
installing master, Pura Adams
and Naomi L. Steele, minstrels,
and Cyril Davis as chaplain.

The following officers were

duly installed in their respec

tive offices: Edna Samuels;
worthy mistress, Lucy M. Todd;
deputy mistress, Ernest P. jar jar-rett;
rett; jar-rett; secretary, Wilfred M.
Scott; minute-secretary, Dennis
Grant: treasurer. St. V. C. Pet-

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Louise Blackwood and R. D. Mc McDonald:
Donald: McDonald: stewards, Mildred Mal Mal-lett
lett Mal-lett and Leonard Williams: chart

oiiards. Cyril Davis; Host and
Leon V. Detervllle; past-master.

At the conclusion of the cere

monies ari -extensive social pro

gram was enjoyed with sneech
es, songs and refreshments.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, J 957 at 6:30 p.m. i.
BUFFpT SUPPER Wia BE SERVED at 0:30 yjh;
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Begins At Mt. Hope

7drop to

A source close to the Beermen

games off the pace. said soaay wmt CX!tv"" "!T

TWin wulfi lor uie oceHiwu wj v5. r-

the batwiiar 6lump of Ueir bust

img right fielder, Al Pinkston.
The big flychaser, who was a
threat every time he came to

3 Viwould land them in second-spot

one and one-baif games behind
" the Smokers, and one game and

' D t iThe Beermen have s h 0 w n the plate during the early stages
' marked superiority over the of the season, is as mystified a;

' 'Yankees so far in the campaign,
' a 6-S'edge.in nine meetings.
? Ot Interest is tbe fact that
o',. tbe feme htrrlef; Evans Kil Kil-w,
w, Kil-w, leen; is credited with all three
irlamphs that' the Yanks have
', scored over the beermen this

i aspn.
; The righthander, who

nlong

,the Smokers' Alberto osorio is
th wlnnineest Ditcher in the

Joop, (foth have 4-1 records)
has been named to start one of
v.tbe games. Dutch Romberger,

ver his failure to hit as are his

teammaies.

A spokesman said that Pinky
confided recently that in his
long career he had never had
sucb a prolonged slump before
and that be has trJed every everything
thing everything he knows to remedy the
situation, to no avail.
"We are depending on Pink,
ston," the informant said. "We
hope he snaps out of it and gets
us moving soon."

Maglie Signs $30,000
Contract With Dodgers

The- few fans who witnessed

4.1 1L 1 M I J1L1 .

tne raciuc uiiuc brogue yes yesterday
terday yesterday were treated .to a thrill

er. it was a battle between two

teams. Elks 1414 and Seymour

Agency, that up to date had no;

won a game.
When the final out was reg registered,
istered, registered, the lowly Seymour A
gency was deeper In the cellar

and the Elks had climbed Into
the win column. The score was
as close as you can get It, name-,
ly 2 to 1.
Actually, 1 1 was a pitching
duel between Mullins for the
Elks and Carlson for Seymour.
Mullins allowed only one hit
and this was of scratch variety
to corrigan, Seymour's man be
hind the plate. Carlson allowed
four hits, two of which went to
Lincoln who had to retire be because
cause because of a split finger 'from a
foul ball. Another biir knock for

the Elks was Berger's booming

inpie.
Seymour nearly pulled' the

game out of fire hi the last In Inning
ning Inning when, after two were out
and two strikes on the batter,
Mullins weakened and loaded

the bases. However, with the

dangerous Anderson at the plate,
Mullins bore down and retired

tne batter on strikes.

? Rv the SARfiis I White Sox corralled a pair of

NEW YORK. Jan.-18- UP I youngsters for their farm clubs.

Sal Maglie, who won the "mon-

V 1 ey games ior me urouaiyn
Dodgers in 1956, signed an a--greement
today, .that figures to
keep him rolling in the "green
gtuff" for th remainder of 1957 1957-The
The 1957-The 4 crafty right hander, who
made an amazing comebaek with j
the Dodgers after the Cleveland
Indians let him ?o in a waiver
deal last May, quickly reached;
agreement with Brooklyn Vice Vice-president
president Vice-president Buzzy- Bavasi for a
salary believed to be $30,000-
While the figure 100
Unposinr, It stUl is regarded

i-" 'as nultt nlflr for a rT wn
H- wiH be 40 years old on April
""'' 26. Few major league clubs
have been known to give a-
way their money, but In Mag-
He's case the Dodgers are on-
,,R j too happy. . t.
" After the Dodgers clinched the
""""Rational League pennant last
""fall, the Brooklyn official fam fam-""ylly.
""ylly. fam-""ylly. Including President Walter
, -.O'Malley, Bavasi and manager
'"Walter Alston, agreed It couldnt
Jbave been done without Sal.
. Down the stretch run Maglie
""Jras near perfect. He won eight
(of nine games, Including a no no-'Wt,
'Wt, no-'Wt, no-run game against the
Philadelphia Phillies. His only
ins w& & 2-1 decision. He won

13 games In sill and lost five,
; 'tjosted an earned run average of
,2.87, fourth best in the National
League, and wound up as the
"Club's "bread and butter" pitch pitchier
ier pitchier in the final hectic weeks of
' the clos erace with the Mllwau-
ee Braves and Cincinnati Red Red-legs.
legs. Red-legs. Just to prove he still had

some rubber leu in nis aging

Burns.'de was hampered by

a broken bone in the foot last
season and posted a 5-9 won won-lost
lost won-lost record at Minneapolis in
the American Associat'on.
Schmidt, a rangy 23-year-old,
batted .282 at Dallas in the
Texas League, while Taylor
compiled a .308 batting mark
and hit 18 homers for Minnea Minneapolis.
polis. Minneapolis. The -three signing s gave
the G'ants 15 players under
contract. - 1
Hale, who batted .304 in 23
eames for Montreal and .239 in
85 games with the Orioles- in
1996, was the llth. player .signed
by Baltimore.

Charles played at Wichita in

tne American Association and

Jacksonville of the Sally League,

both Braves affiliates, in 1950.

The Orioles announced the

signing of a pair of pitchers

from California Chuck Estrada
of Santa Margarita and Donald
Reed of compton to contracts
with their San Antonio club In

the Texas League. Both will re

port to the Baltimore spring

training site at scottsdaie, Am.

Seymour
Carlson, p
Raymond, "3b
Calleja. 2b
Poatwrlght, as

AB
.....2
2
3
3

Corrigan, c ........ 2

Arosemera, lb .....3

Blaney. If

Hil.nger, If
Anderson, rf
Marlene, rf-
Moses, cf
Herring, cf ..
Elks 1414
Egolf. rf
Austin, rf ...
Stoudner, 2b
Qulros, ss .

ranie. c

1

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1
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I "T7 ; i J j I
'il .jui? i ifKumiii in.,1..-.. .,jnt; .i

Tonight

' rilQ Rill INrYou're not seeins double. It's the 15-vear-old

Casalone twins, Cammy and Jo Anne, who reigned together asv j
j queens of the Sunshine Sailing Regatta on Bicayne Bay, Fla. J

Fastlich League

i
2-
,.'. 1,-'
...;,
.....o

building' muscles and stamina in

American youth, Dr. Shane Mac

Carthy, head of President Eisen

hower's drive for youth fitness.

rtm ni nnff h i, iiiiiix okiiik i ...

Jlght arm, Sal opened the World j'

Home And Backyard

Is Place To Slari

Muscles

Lincoln, c ...,.,....2

Burton, 8b .....2

Mo orathcf

Ferrer, lb

Mullins. p

Hummel, If

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Along The Fairways

PWGA NEWS

The Panama Woman's Golf
Association will hold Its regular

tournament over the Summit

Hills course on Saturday, jan

19. At the meeting after the

game plans wiU be perfected for

the lnter-dub matches which

will begin in February.

This Is the line-up made for

Saturday tournament.

8:15 K.

Trim.

H
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OiPalomas 1 0 1.000
0 conejos 1 0 1.000
0 Macaws .........0 1 .000
0. Ocelots 0 1 .000

0

0 Parkers Top Ammiratl In

u ritcbers Duel

i- In a well played game yester

o day; the Conejos tame out on

0 top of the Ocelots 3-0. From the

OJbeglnnine it was apparent the

, 0 batters were in for a tough time

. 0 as Parker and Ammlratti hook-

eci up m a neat pitcnms cuei.

0 when ; the gam (aided each

f;Oi pitcher had Allowed only two
'1 1 hits. Running true to form In all

i came., nlaved to date, all the

runs were scored In the first
two innings. ,. .

and for the Ocelots Vaught and
Boyett also had one for three.
Ocelots' pitcher, Ammirati was
very stingy with walks allowing
only two men to reach first.

Call, c. Burns, p.

CHICAGO (UP) Home and the

backyard is the place to

8:20 B. Carpenter. L. Knuth.

siari Lynne jones.

8:25 I. Robinson, c. Bishop,

tj. wugnes.

series with the Yankees by beat

' lnsr Whitev Ford and lost Jie

fifth game when he ran up a a-,
, a-, 'gainst Don Larsen's perfect
game.
His signing gave the Dodgers
J' tS players under contract, sec second
ond second only to the St. Louis Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals who nave 30 players In the
fold.
The New York Giants, Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves, Baltimore Orioles
Land Chicago White Sox also an an-tiounced
tiounced an-tiounced some signlngs, but for
he most part they involved les les--
- les-- aer players.
"Left handed pitcher Pete
Qurnslde, who missed out on two
previous trials, rookie catcher
hob Schmidt and outfielder Rill
Ttylor, a standout pinch hitter
Curing the Giants' surge to the
world championship in 1954,
Corned with the Giants; the
'Craves lined up second baseman
Ed Charles; the Orioles signed
lrst baseman Bob Hale, and the

parents must join their

youngsters at play to teach them

to be strong and active, he said

MacCarthy recommended that

the nation's backyards be turned
into playgrounds and that many
of its streets including Nr

York' Fifth Avenue be used
for family sports one day a week.

MacCarthy, executive director

of the council on youth fitness, ad addressed
dressed addressed a Conference sponsored

Dy ine itoiier kaung Foundation
of America.

He urged that parents build bss-

ketoau courts tr gym sets instead

of fireplaces in their backyards

ami instill a love of sports and
physical fitness in their children.
If New York can turn Fifth Ave Avenue
nue Avenue over to hours-long parades
he said, it can give the famous
thoroughfare "back to the family

one aay a weex.
Other cities should do likewU

he said, and families should use
the streets for cycling, hiking and
roller skating.

8:30 A. French, E. Mathieson,

E. perantle.
fi:35 M. Biggs, R. Kroger, H
SchuU.

8:40 B.
Morris.

Dllfer, L. Jones, J,

8.-45-J. Huldtqulst, .M Taylor,
P. Waring.
8:50 D. LaCrolx, R. Tortorice,

ij. Hopson.
8:55 M. Sewell, E. Webber, P.
Montanye.

9:00 M. Malory, F. Twomey,

N. spagna.

9:05 J.' Stlrewalt. M. Hast-

lngs, B. Cllntley.

9:10 L MaUarkey. 7. Clair. O.

Wiley.

The three-somes ar set tin

according to handicap, with the
lower handicap players off first.

ir everybody is ready ior tee-oif
as planned th tournament goes

smoothly and is more-fun and
satisfaction for all. However,
games will be arranged for play players
ers players who did not sign-up early.

j Z

something new has been added!
at our so-popular .
It's the CAROL GREAVES TRIO
.
now playing from midnite to 4:30 a.m.

every FRIDAY and SATURDAY
in the air-conditioned Balboa Bar!
join the late crowd for Club 4:30 fun
and receive a nightcap on-the-houte at 4:30 aun.

QtQXb(X CAE0L Plr the Uno

II p.m- to 2 a.m. Sun-. Tuea, Wed. ft Tbmn.

The Conejos scored two in tbe
first, on a walk; two stolen bases
and a costly two base error, and
one run scored in the second on
a hit, a hit batsman and an er error,
ror, error, in the bottom, of the fifth
the Ocelots bad the bases load loaded
ed loaded with two down but Parker
got the final batter to line out
to third base to keen his shut

out Intact ij

Sixteen men -were retired via

the strikeout rout, beinsr equal equally
ly equally divided between parker and
Ammirati. '

For the Conejos. Parker and

Chassln each had one for three

The box score:
Conejos

Thai ';.2,
Chassln, 2b ......3
Parker, p 3
Scott, cf ........3
Clipper, 3b .......3
Miller, lb ,,.,.,..2
Hern,Tf ,(,MM,.2
WlUiamSrtrtJI j 0,
Brandonnss.i2,
MoNabb, c -,.,.... J,
Ocelots
Engelke, 2b 2
R Morris, 3b .....1
French, ss 2
Vaughn, If 2
Boyett, lb 3
Ammirati, p 1
J. Morris, c 1

Womble, cf 2

The Eaiboa iligli? School Build.

ino Will. KliUQ w ylttiM'a. iUu(U

ylMUi Ulb Wull OViCi. ill AiHAI,

ueu iui' Aitv4 OMtaiUui, was

ciaugtiiX t Uvuieaday a.i.uUon m

iiiTs bu4 uaueway uie uouie

UuiUW Ul Ui Xutua AuMUwfcS.

iuc jbuiiflogs wiu nave iuwr.

fieiuuig auu uitcniug 01 uiuoi it-

uuco- Vriin wuicu vo .ou ui ciiaui-

lOusiiip tins year. ,ayue Vaii,
oauwa s tiue ngut uaudcr, ia
icpoi triu to ue tiener, waii ever
aua ready for the 8cu6u uiat oe oe-sum
sum oe-sum uuiac. iiitt d wau s piuuig
uoes not come ngnt up to par iu
uus. iiiS liisi appearauce tne
yeav.'iie cau uu my upon tue
ywwtr iii kvfiiie iieavy hiuiiii iu
Minster uie run maKlai ueparv
ucnui. j

Bruce Bateman, 200 pounder
who w4s tae omy teener leaguer

to ait oae out ox dt. nope &iau.ain,

win oe uoing uie reeevuig ior tae

visitors toiuiint. navemau s cir cir-cuic
cuic cir-cuic ciout at year traveled some
4UU teet outsiae ox Mt. Hope
biadium, a xeat seidom accom accom-pnspea
pnspea accom-pnspea by many oider, more tx tx-perieucea
perieucea tx-perieucea bau piayers.
For more defense and offense,
the jJuuQOgs nave Owen duuicr duuicr-laud
laud duuicr-laud at tne hot corner, Danny

wuuuosky, an excellent giove

man anu a tenor at tne utate.

piaylng at short stop and speedy

uaid-hiitiniz Cnarue renca roam'

in tne outer gardens at center

fieid. Buiit soliaiy down the mid-

die, and more tnan iusi adeauate

iv cadaed in other positions, Bal-

iioa hiea could be readying ihera-

seives 10 run away wim ue ii

InterKchnlasuc cnamnlonsUlD.

Without a Question of a doubt

Cristobal's three Twilight League
games against good competition
win wort in tnelr favor. They have

had tbe opportunity of getting in

nmn last action- oeiore meewun

the other school teams tor tne int

school crown.

II PO

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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Lost Pet. GB
9 .571
10 .474 2
11, .450 2V2

m 1 .... r :' 1 ;

1 earns . Won
Chesterfield ; .. 12
Carta yieja., 9
CerVeza Balboa 9

. Cerveza Balboa (Sheetz 2-3 and Trice 0-1
or Arthur 1-1) vs. ,
Carta Vieja (Romberger 2-2 and KiUeen 4-1).
TONIGHrS GAMES.(2)-At Panama

Game Time: 6 p.m. ,, ,

Bragsn Thinks Pirates

Can Grab NL 4th Place

In Fiye-Team Scramble

Dpmbrowski, rf ...2 0 .0

Summary
Stolerf bases: Parker, R. Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, Ammirati 2, J. Morris 2

Rtrike outs: Parker 8, Ammirati

8. walks Off: parker 8, Ammi Ammirati
rati Ammirati 2. Earned runs: Conejos 2,

oceiots o. Lert on base: Conejos
8, Ocelots' P Umpires: Williams
and Morris.

Pacific Softball League

STANDINGS

W

Tasco Batteries

Cerveceria

"Pan Llquido" 2
Lou Giud Agency ....2

20 tn. intantry.

Ft. Kobbe ...........1

USA Signal Service ..0

L

1
1
1
1
3

Pet.
.607

467
.667
.500
JD00

Next Games
Friday, Jan. 18 USA Signal

Service vs Tasoo Batteries.

Monday. Jan. 21 Cerveceria

'Tan Liquldo" vs Lou Olud A-

gency. .'

Wednesday' Results
Lou Qlug "Stars" 11
Tasco Batteries 7
Takine their second victory of

the week and placing the league

into a three way tie for first

spot on Wednesday, Lou Olud's
8 Lars easily triumphed over
Tasco Batteries 11 to 7 with

fTitz i;neney gauniug aa secuna pnllUps, C

error and wild pitch. The bat battery
tery battery boys ouier scoring periods

were uie snan and seventn epi

sodes. Nelson of Tasco ciouied

uie garne t omy nomer.
Glud sprung tnrouga the en encounter
counter encounter scoring with little trou
Die. In the second, Hustea start

ed the Stars off with a deep
double to left center which led
off four hits and five runs. Dur During
ing During tbe third, the sporting goods
representatives sent Newman to

tne snowers after doubles by de
la Mater and Cheney.- In the
seventh, Kaps relieved Moran
for the battery boys and was
tagged for two hits and one run.
The box score:

Tasco Batteries
AB R

Mason, cf .
Barnes, If
Sprague, ss
Nelson. 3b

Robbins, lb

win.

Cheney, the euy who chucks

real hard, was the logical start.

er to face the previously un

beaten Tasco Batteries. He prov proved,
ed, proved, with the aid of perfect hit hitting
ting hitting by bis team-mates, the as assignment
signment assignment was correct.
Tasco in turn did something
they never have done before,
uslnz three pitchers tn one

game. Bob Newman, pitcher-

mgr., started in quest of his
third consecutive victory but
gave way in defeat the newcom

er slow bau artist Frea Moran
in the third after allowing- eight

nits and nine runs in a l-j in innings.
nings. innings. Moran kept toe "Stars"
in 2 2-3 innings giving up an In Infield
field Infield hit to Flynn, one run. two
bases on balls and struck out
one.
. The scoring of runs all began
In the second frame for both
teams. Tasco opened with two
runs after two outs on sing 1m
by Breen and Newman, waik
to Bkrugh along with a paas-balL

Schmitt,rf...

Biougn, rr
Pardy, 2b
Breen, 2b
Moran, p
Newman, p
Kaps, p ,v
Total ...

..4
,.2
.-3
.4
.4
4
0

...2

..1
..1
..2
..1
-.0

HPO
2 2

A E
0 0

Rav Onft. who tossed 3 score-

lAfifl lnnlnss asainst Powells in tbe

Twi-loop last Tuesday and is con considered
sidered considered Luke. Palumbo's No. 1

moundsman, will be' assigned the
task of silencing the big Balboa
bats. ,Croft' .444. batting average
in three games against Twilight
competition, could come in handy
tonight too.' Top hitter on the Tiger
sauad Danny Concepcion, wiu try
to carry his .571 batting Xrage
into the school loop tonight.; Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal can look for some striking

oower too from tneir mu; wv
iToith Kuliff. who bits the

long ball and should prove to be
f th better sieve men in

the Interscholastic league-
College Cage
Scores
last-

Villanova 63 Pennsylvania 47

Syracuse 75 Penn state
M....hiitti 73 Williams 71

Cath. Univ. 80 Johns Hopkins 70

Temple 73 Scrsnton T1
Bowdoin 96 Maine 83
Army 81 Penn Military 61
South

nrfnUK11'"11- -'league Jast." season,, but Bragan
w i?fcrKBob.bLBrtagan thinks there is room for im-
hiS PittSbnreh Plra.ta aa iul

pnd echelon? team of the; Na-

wunax xague. v-
But don't let' that terminology
too lyou the sophomore pilot
Still thinks hlx tnm n flnl.h

lourui inis year In a hot scram scramble
ble scramble for the spot with four oth oth-er
er oth-er secondary clubs in the cir-

CUili ,
Jl,ew 1 Me '" Bobby
aid "the National League is
divided into two d'visions. The
upper echelon includes Brook Brook-STr?
STr? Brook-STr? MHwkee and Cincinnati.
The lower segment is made up
of the other five teams."
Bragan said there wasJ little
difference amono- th nmr fim

club, and that the same situa situation
tion situation existed In the too group.
"Of course, if the Pirates can
get off to as rood a start this

year as we did in 1956, there's
no( telling what can happen.
"Our team will be better this
season becaose we are a yer
older The player, are stlli in
the formative stage. And that
Includes Bob Friend even if
hewaa rated by the 4 Brooklyn
oodws. as the tousrhest-to-hlt
nltcher thet faced last year. Tn

"Last.seasbn was the:first vear

as major ..league regulars ;f or
WaUs and Clemente and the
second for Virdon,'? he pointed

out.
Vlrdon and Clemente finished
second and third respectively a-mong-the
league's leading hit hitter
ter hitter last season.
General manager Joe L, Brown
returned this week from a tour
of the Caribbean- with rlowiv?
reports of clemente' play with
Pueo Rjco.
"F' the toast of the Is Island,'
land,' Island,' Brown sa,'d Thn'sday.
l"He was hittint- .433 when I
left and set J new w 1 titer 1
learue reoord for- consecutive
hitting with 23 games. .t f
"But VOU know whn atnnnixf

his streakY Tt was his own Pirate

lesmmate, LuJ Arroyo.'
-ytrartur slzM nti Mn lfilrf

"still imnrov'n'";iwith Dick
rroat and Bill Mazeroskl key
figures. ,-. tt
"At first. bas,e, riale 3Lonr Is
an eyceptaon ai toiige and ex experience,''
perience,'' experience,'' but !"the Streak of
rreatness h enjoyed lst seaon

69

Louisville 104 Eastern Ky. 87
Maryland 82 Georgetown (DC)
Clemson 80 Furman 77
Midwest

EvansviUe 67 Ky. Wesleyan 64
Mount Union 69 Fenn 48
Wast

St Michaels 85 Air Force Ac. 69

Seattle 76 Portland State m
Sports Briefs

M A It A .1- aA -l

fact remain, h. u vn '.'"-" "e neeaeq to m-.

m2u.u- v "Fran,r Thomal'in; taking n:i
nu?.L r 0V B"1 w third hw lst se9n. ewM
. e,"an(l BiIl be our Player He ibanM
JTrdon was considered one of be better with a year behind
the finest defensive units in tbe 'him.- 3 nenmn

SMU Shoots For Ninth
Straight Win Tonight

By JOHN ORIPPIN

ft

0'C

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...28 7 8 18 S I

Lea Glad Agency

McArthur, If ..4 2 2 2 0 0
Malene, 3b ....5 l 2 13 0
Jones, cf 3 2 12 8 0
Flynn, c ......5 0 2 3 0 1

ruiiuinger, as .3 0 0 2 2 0
H us ted. lb -...4 i i o as

Deia Mater.zb .3 2 2 1 1 0

Hunter, rf 3 2 0 1 0 0
Cheney, p 4 1 1 l 0 0

Total

..34 l u ji 11

Score by Innlngf
T. Batteries 030 001 17 9

L. G. "Stars" .054 011 x-11 11- 1

Umpires: Marv
Scorer: Clark,

Metheny.

PHTLADELPHIA (UP) The

Pennsylvania Athletic Commissioa

is UKina mn uj cvuck ww f,wv

purse it fined light heavyweight
Harold Johnson for bis poor show

ing here in a bout wun juuo

Mederos is montns ago. ium mm-

mission bat obtains a wmk

limed bv Johnson giving tt ue

uthoritv tc eoUect the money

from Promoter Hennse Taylor

who has bee holding it in escrow.

Johnson. collapsed in the second
round claiming be bad beea bead

ed a "doped orange" by a Strang
er btftre the bout

CORAL GABLES, Fla., CUP)'

Viking Victory, a four-yearold son
of Coaltowa and tbe 13 to 1 pick

in the fifth race at Tropical Park

Wednesday set a world record of

r.03 fist for five and one-half fur

tones, bettering tbe old mark of

1:03 1-5 established by Nsnce's

Ace. also at Tropical.- in 1944 and

equaled by Bold Baitoka at Hol

lywood Park ia 1955.

DURHAM, N.C. UP) Dave

Sim. Duke University track star,
leaves for a two-day tour of New
Jersey and Ohio today to pick vp
two "athlete of the year" awares.

Sirae, of Fairlswa, NJ., will re

ceive one award toaisht ia his

home state and thea wiU be boo-

ored on tomorrow at the araoal
Columbus, Ohio, Touchdown Club's
annual dinner.

NEW YORK. Jan. 18 (VP

Southern Methodist once a a I n

the Southwest'stop candidate for

me national Basketball Champion Championship,
ship, Championship, shoots for its ninth atralvht

victory tonight In one of four

games involving conference lead leaders.
ers. leaders.
The Mustangs, currently ranked
as tbe-nation's No. 4 team and
anxious to move ud at tbe exoense

of third ranked Kentucky, can

push tbelr season record to 15-1
with a triumph over Texas tonlcht

the lone defeat coming against

Kentucky on the winners1 court. I
Kentucky, with an 11-3 record.!
opened the door for a possible 8.
M. U. advance when it was upset!
Mondsy by Tulane.

s. M. u. win be risking a perfect

A Dartmouth triumph whould leave)
both teams tied with Yale for first
place at 3-1, and Columbia could
then make it a four-way deadlock
by beating Cornell.
Brigham Young, .ranked 16th
nationally, risks its 3-0 S k y 1 1 n
mark against Utah State, If the
Cougars lose. Utah o.ii.r.. ti.

for first by beating Montana to

morrow nignt.
In other leading nmi Tnrmtii

is at Clemson. Georse Washin.

ton is at Washington ant m Til-

lane is at Louisiana State, and
Colorado State is at Montana

State.
Bradley, the nation's 14th rank.

ed team, spurted to its fifth
straight Missouri Valley triumph,
81 64, over Houston, and Creiah-

ton extended its winning itreak tit

four straight by beating Drake.

-f!."!74-60. tbe leading game, of

mM "viua kauw ui Mm tuivc niria 'I IIHPtnav enhanl.

for a third straight eague U Ue. Forwards Billy Joe McDsde and
A loss would give Baylor (3-1) the Glenn Morse scored 31 points be bechance
chance bechance to tie lor the lead by beat- tween them to lead Bradley to its
lag .Rice tomorrow night easy Win over Houston, while Jim

l int Dlace also will be at stake 'n.m k i-,' C,

1- .,- p. -if;- l."': "r waa uia

viuu iu mjv bvuv aa a v vai'
ference, Ivy League, and Skyline

Conference.

Washington, tied for second in
tbe P.C.C. with a 4-0 mark, ran

ue pace making California (5-0)

by beaong staneuora.

Princeton risks its 3-0 Ivy

League mark against defending

league champion Dartmouth (3-1).

Baltimore Expected
To! Allow Ewbanks
To Finish Contract

BALTIMORE. Ml (UP) The

Balttmore Colts were expected to

end all speculation concern inj
Weeb Ewbank's status whn the
club today by announcing tbe me

ticulous for Bier hae roach of the

was

man for Creifhton.

St Peter's beat Adelphi, 84-78
to win its eleventh straight game
of the season. The New Jersey
Peacocks now bsve a 17 game
winning streak, including six last
season.

Cardinals Leading
Big League Clubs f
In Player Signlngs :

nSw YORK. Jaa. 18 fUP)

Hero is bow the Major Lean

clubs are faring In signing up

men- piavers tor Ue 1957 seasons:
(Figure indicates number of play players
ers players already under contract).
St Louis Cardinals, 30: Frook Frook-lyi.Dodier,
lyi.Dodier, Frook-lyi.Dodier, Z3; Cincinnati BeeV

Qertland Browns will be alknre4:N;v York Giants. 15 C b lt7 i
to finisb out his twe-yearontract.Cubs snd Milsukee Braves. IS

s bead roach next eeason.

Ewbank, who left the Job wftfc
(be Browns te take ever Um B a tu turn
rn turn ore helm ia 1954, has been ol

der fire for his coaching methods

each; Pittsburgh Pirates, 12, Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles, il; Kansss City
Athletics, t; New York Yankee
and Chicago White Sex. T
each: Wsthlngtoa Senators. S.

and there bsd been talk that fee Boerta Red Sox. 1- Phiiado'&hia

would be let out soon after tbelPhiiliesv 2 and Cleveland Indians,
Mm ft 1 mtj eat mM f Kaa fkCat skAflt m Mvaa



FRIDAY, JANUARY I? 1957

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page sum
Republicans Start Hunt For Author,
Of Harold E Stassen Telegrams
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THE CAPITOL'S FIRST NUCLEAR REACTOR Technicians adjust experimental equipment ohVr
the lirst nuclear reactor .In the Nation's Capitol at the Naval Research Laboratory,-Tha ean- -non-like
object at right is a beam plughandje, which handles radioactive plugs' In and out"
of tne reactor. The new research facility will be an important and- versatile tool for -NRL's
siieatific program, "s : r 1

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VIOLENCE IN MONTGOMERY A policeman Inspects the
wreckage of ths Negro Bell Street Baptist Church in-Montgomery,
Ala., after it was shattered by a dynamite blast. Three
other Negro churches and the .homes of two. ministers were
also dynamited. No one was reported Injured in the blasts. In
,LthevloIe5ce NeSro Naders In the city vowed to carry
n -their Integration battle. s 1 i

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Strikers Call Off
'Hungerilrike:
Al Buildinl Finn';!
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NEW YORK, Jan. 18 (UP) 2-Twenty-nina
.employes1 f 'Spiral
Binding Co., who began a sit-down
strike, Tuesday because it wag too
cold to picked found toJay 1leff
billing of the walkout ss
"hunger strike" .-was a bit pre
mature. ' f.,., t ..
Orie of the strikers, Francesco
Lorenzo, went out for food f last
night and was refused permistion
to reenter. The remaining 29. em
ployes, 26 of them women, vowed
to "stay here, till we starve or
get' a raise." 1 '
i Later: the Btrikers found a .tun .tunnel
nel .tunnel which enabled couriers to. slip
from the basement of the mid mid-town
town mid-town bookbinding plartt.and return
to the ninth-floor stronghold with
provisions; . ,
The ttrikerr lunched on hot pa pastrami
strami pastrami sandwiches, drank coffee
and spent their time reading and
playing card. Duirng the night,
they said, they slept on tables.
Local 485 of the International
Union, of. Electrical, Radio and
Machine Workers said the strikers
originally asked a 10-cept hourly!
wage increase but later reauceo
their demands to 8 cents. A union
spokesman said their hourly pay
ranges from 1.05 to fi.a.
Senate Probers
Seek Tb Protect
Scared Witness
WASHINafON: Jiri.',18 (UVX-
Sen JohnrL.' McClellah said to today
day today Senate investigators "have
ways" to protect a -' frightened
woman1 whose testimony unsea
certain union of flclals with a
hoodluni Indicted in tha acid-
bllndlng of iabor reported Victor
Riesel.
MeClellan did npt specify what
protection could be aiforded
Mrs.; Oeraidine Taylor of Bay-
Onne, N J. , , 1
- He said he would leave mat
for the union officials "who were
present and listening to Her
testimony yesterday to figure
out,
Mrs. Taylor fearful of gang
violence, told McClellan'a sub
committee that she feared what
would happen to her if she told
all she knows about John Dio Dio-guardi,
guardi, Dio-guardi, alia Johnny Dio, and
officials of New YorK iaty uo-
cal 227 of the now-defunct AFX
Auto Workers.
The subcommittee.' which1 Is
conducting a broad Investigation
of labor racketeering, later ques-
-r-d Mrs, Taylor behind clos closed
ed closed doors. 1
,n'o?uardI, described by the
subcommittee as a well-known
hoodlum, now Is under Indict Indictment
ment Indictment in connection with the
blinding of Riesel. a crusader a-
9

NEW YORK,' Jan.-18 (UP) -The
mystery of the '.'Harold E. Stas-

sen telegrams today sent KepuD-
licans" on a. hunt for their author.
The' telegrams dispatched over
Stassen'i signature from Stam
ford. Conn.. Wednesday night
could Influence the outcome of
next Tuesday's' election of a Rep Republican
ublican Republican National Chairman.
The political whodunit was rev
ealed in Washington yesterday
when Rep; .Carroll B. Reece (R-
Tenn.) disclosed he had received
a. "coniiaenuai 1 it g r a m ae-
nouncins the ""Nlxons and Know-
lands" in the GOP and urging the
lection of H. Meade Alcorn, Jr.
of Connecticut as National- Chair?
man. ,
i Forty -three Identical telegrams
were received by other GOP of officials.
ficials. officials.
Stassen, on learning of the tel
egrams at United Nations head
quarters hero, promptly telephon
ed Keece ana aeniea any ennnee
tion with the wires; v
Reece -said 'iatr,v I h a v no
reason to' doubt his word.'1
Stassen later released the fol
lowinr statement:v
i "l did not authorize any tele
gram. It is a false, fraudulent at
yqnkeS6nator yqnkeS6nator-Wants
Wants yqnkeS6nator-Wants To Restore
Lee's Citizenship
' WASHINGTON, Jan.'. 18 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A Yankee senatorHomer Cape Cape-hart'
hart' Cape-hart' (R-Ind) J-started the bell
rollina today to brinR Confederate
Oen. Robert E. Lee back into the
Union. ' ,
Backed by two soutlierners.
Sens. W Kerr Scott (D-NC) and
Harry Byrd (D-Va), Opehart
offered a sSenate resolution to.
restore Lee's ."Citizenship post post-Xu'mouslv.
Xu'mouslv. post-Xu'mouslv. He acted jut two' days
before the 150th anniversary of
Le's birth on Jan. ,19, 1807.
The move started when a study
by a Civil War-round table in
Indiana showed, that Lee's citizen citizenship
ship citizenship had never been restored.
Lee regained- thr rteht o vote
but could nevervhnld off1 e or
serve on a jury. He applied to
President Andrew Johnson for a
full pardon on June 13. Ifl6fi. but
no action was tasen.' Lee mea uci.
12. 1870.
' The Senate resolution would
make the restoration 0' Lee's
citizenship retroactive to the date
he applied for pardon.
Revue ol Reviews
Th c. P. L.'s ReVue of Re
views which will be presented
at 1 the National Stadium ; on
Saturday flight offers a com
Wntji toroaram 'of entertain-
mmntS Th. nroarram follows!
i "Washlngtort,Pct, Marclf by
Soma played b ythe'Repub-
-Ucan Band ..
n jlorse Show of Panama Rid
ing School
ctrAfr at Entrance: F. S. RU-
desheim. Cissy Mausert, Julia
Holslnger, R. Mausert esir;
F, S. Rudesheim and Stuart
Blackwell.
Order of Jumps:
1. Maxlne Conover and
riahv Fritdericks
2 Dody Moses, Nancy Askew,
Kathy- McConaRhy
- S. Bunny Mausert and F. o.
Rudesheim
' Ricky MasDonald on
"Monarch."
4. Linda Malone on "Fury"
5. Maxlne Conocer and
Gaby Fredericks
6. F. S. Rudesheim
.Tnmnln without Reinb
ttt Panamanian Dance "Pun-
in" Tntrnreted by EdllBia
Bermudez and Raul Alvarado
TV Bongs by -tne ttio iam w
hniM Roosevelt Cabrera
Bellsario Tufibn, Euclldes de
Icaza.
V Spanish Dance "El Solario
Interpreted by: Carmen Gon Gon-of
of Gon-of the ZoUa Suares
School, accompanied T ,Je-
oenco Garcia ana nis pruiir.
vt ran rit tha Past
1. 1829 Ford driven by the
owner Dona Angela o. c
Muftof
1031 Ford driven by the
owner. Don Carlos E. Dies
3. "Yes. we are couesnate-
mrth T.nn o.de Paredes.
TJllana Fabrega. Esther
Maduro. Lydia Moreno.
MarceUU Aramburu, Che Che-la
la Che-la Boyd. Ivan Clare. Dickie
Bennett, Dickie Duran,
Luis MasteUarL Luis
, Eduardo Varela, Juan
Oallndo.
PARADE OF CARS OF 1957
AND FASHION SHOW
VH Heurtematte ft Arias ;
present:
L "M. O." Convertible. Mo Models:
dels: Models: Beatrix Onelaueleu.
Pat Culnn. Lizzie Suazo
2. "Piymouth Beleyedere" Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, Models: Yabel Dies,
. niutla rhrra
1 "Chrysler New Yorker Se-K
. dan. Mooeis: ucr
men a. Marietta Orlllae.
VTT1 Motorei de Colon
'. Presents
L "Hlllman" Convertible
Models: Rita Moreno. All-
Norey. Trmiu Puesrwm
1 TeSoto FiMweeo" Mo Mo-.
. Mo-. dels: Irene Arosemena, Ir-
ma Arango, Mona Lisa Va-
llarrno.
. a. Todf CnHo" Roy' Mc Mc-e'j":
e'j": Mc-e'j": Ivette Mlro, Pitlna
. RoTlje.
DC TrrilcM Motrrt Pre ts
L FofSnke Pttlor Wop
Models: Cie KncW
. Naner Wee". PHt H"l.
. Pamela Pradley. Julie
; RihTrr Nnr Otfti
Jn Walker. Mary Ttede Ttede-kn
kn Ttede-kn
Ptdebalr' rhn"n
rl F"rer F-w. Mo.
CaUU and Norita
.' Porraa.' 1

temot to make mischief. We are

investigating to determine who is
responsible for this : vicious and
disruptive action," I
The principal investigation is
being conducted by the Western
Union Telegraph Co.; since there
Is no federal law providing punish punishment
ment punishment 'for -senders of fake tele tele-grams.
grams. tele-grams. A spokesman for' Stassen
said he would not make up his
mind about a 1 possible suit for
fraud r forgery until thf investig investigation
ation investigation Is eompleted. ,i v
A Western Union Vffi c i a I in
Stamford. said -the 'author of the
telegrams definitely "was not Stas Stas-cent
cent Stas-cent He Quoted' Mrsi. Jean Char Char-bonneau,
bonneau, Char-bonneau, the-': night operator who
filled the HehticaP wires, as sav saving
ing saving "two well 4 dressed men" gave
her the,4elegflams. 'i
Buccaneer Flyinq
To Elif Officers
The feuccaneer Flyin? Club
held it? monthly- meetinfr last
,week. An election, was held for
president, pnd Gordon K. Mc-
Donald of frt.. Kobbe was re-e
lected to the office he held last
year.,. i fVK'Z
; Col. rrstnk D. Miller, post com
mander or Ft. Kobbe was siven
pi honorary membership to the
club. ;,
The Buccaneers now own two

Piper pfrcraft. which- are based man' was that of a lady who vls vls-at
at vls-at paitilla Airport, I -lf itsd a beauty parlor. in picking

A third aircraft,' 4-passenger
Hnu fn.ltiHfirf iw ml nldii:
for the near fpture.fi
psrsonsr interested" in 1 olnln a
the Cluh are mvlted' to contact
McDonald at 84r3253 or 84-5280
or Mrs. Xhristinsen at 84-5132
after 5 p.m.
Heap Bad Medicine
, JACK30N,'iMich. Jan. 18 (UP)
1 TwVftodlan medicine men"
relieved more thsn William A.
Williams' arthritis yesterday.
Williams told police a man and
woman drove up to his home
and offered to ease the pain of
his arthritis with a liquid I'cure."
Later, he discovered they had
relieved him of his wallet while
rubbing his legs.
Offers Bjg Program
X Rodelag Presents'"
The Land Rover, 1 J Pas Pas-i1
i1 Pas-i1 senger Station Wagon. Mo Models:
dels: Models: Maruja and Pachita
Arlaa,! Betsy Novey,' Carlotlta
v fiosa, Gretel Vallarinoy Blan Blan-':ca
':ca Blan-':ca Cecilia 'HernandW; Gra Gra-"
" Gra-" eielln ide la Guardia, Becky
Arias, Irma Morenok Myra
Maduro.'
XI Spanish Dances interpret interpreted
ed interpreted by students of the Nation
al School of the Dance, un under
der under the direction of Blanca
Korsi de Ripoll. Ruth Parada
Fabrega at the piano.
1. "Paso Doble de Segovia'
Dancers: Amlnta Alzamo Alzamo-ra,
ra, Alzamo-ra, Teresa Alzamora, A A-drlana
drlana A-drlana Alvarado, : Vilma
Adames, Mariela Agulrre
Gloria Berguldo, Marltza
Brown. Lilla Cambra, Ma Mara
ra Mara Cohen, Lesbla Garcia,
Digna Lawrence, Elolsa
Olivares, Mellda Ptnzon
Gladys Slbauste, Beatrlr
. Sosa. Ema Suarez.
2. "El Fandango" Music
by Isldoro Fernandez.'
Dancers: Adriana Alvara Alvarado,
do, Alvarado, Amita Abood, Vllma
-, Adames, Mariela Agulrre,
. Maria Esther del Pilar 1
Bares, Marta Cuesta. Lilla
Cambra. Mereida Dajer
Maria Fernandez, Lulsa
Gelbaum. Leslia Garcia
Digna Lawrence.' Ramona
Luque, Mellda Pinzon. Cln Cln-tla
tla Cln-tla Palmer, Emita Suares
Gladis Slbauste. Beatria
Sosa. Nitzia Tulsides.
3. "La Jota" Music of Jomas
Breton.
Dancers: Carmen Rosa
Juan. Lizbeth Garcia,' Alei Alei-ka
ka Alei-ka Clare.
XII Agendas Cosmos Presents
1. Renault uaupmne Mo
dels: Cynthia Suazo. Es
ther Navarro.
2. Ford Taunus Models
Oerta de la Ossa, Gloria
Yvett Endara.
XIH Mote res Colpan, Presents
J. Thunderblrd Model:
Melissa Downing
2. Ford Convertible Mo
dels: Dorothy Lowe. Do
rothy Chung. O. Lowe Jr.
3. Ford Convertible and Boat
Models: Cecl Eggleston,
Eve EUenmahn.
XTV Smooth St Paredes Present
1. Chevrolet Belair
Sport Couoe.
Models: Diana Boyd.
Priscllla Linares
2. OMsmoblle Super Holiday
Sdan -Models:
Sally Harrold,
Sue Washburn
3. Buick Centurr 4 Mo Models:
dels: Models: Lizzie Suaro. Ofeli Ofeli-na
na Ofeli-na Arias. Choli Vallarlno.
XY Guardia St Company
Presents -.,:
MercedM Bens Model:
Fmtta Arosemena - 1
XVI Civa Presents
L Pontisr Cylinder -? Mo Models:
dels: Models: Mary Morgan, Ceci Cecilia
lia Cecilia Arcarrae
1 Ptmtia Cy'ndeni w Mo Models:
dels: Models: Vl'm D'Analla. Mar Mar-t
t Mar-t rarlt Vallarlno
1 CMiac fedan De We
Models: Manwnl Prd
Pndra Fleta. Manoellta
Mo5. MUwa-Prra.
i. CUlf OnnTeHhle Mo-
t !; Ori Oracle! 8. de
riime. "ntr Dora,
. Beatrix Victoria Doro.

1 i

Mi

LINER KEELS OVER IN DRYDOCK -The Norwegian liner Oslofjord rests at an angle in He He-bokenN.J.,
bokenN.J., He-bokenN.J., after tilting in its drydock and crashing against an adjoining drydock. One crew crewman
man crewman was reported missing, and another 13 were injured. More than 300 other persons .wera
removed by firemen. The drydock sank a few hours later, but a shipyard spokesman, said
the Oslofjord was "in no danger of sinking." 1 -.

Balboa Lions dub Returns Car Xeys
To Holders-Q Miniature License Tags

Fourteen canal Zone residents
have lost their .car keys since
Jan. l. and fourteen residents
nave had their Keys returned to
them, according to a spokesman
for thek Balboa Lions Club yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. "One odd case said the spokes
the keys of the proprietress into
the bag, from the table. Not
hearing about her keys foe a
few days, the proprietress was
about to have all the door locks
on her car changed when she
was called by the Lions club to
inform her that the keys had
been returned via mail to the
Lions. She said she was sending
an extra two dollars for our ac activities
tivities activities fund!"
The miniPture license
anteeinpr return of the keys If
mailed In any canal Zone post
office, vft the postoffice box of
the Balboa Lions Club, have
found hiirh favor wtth Canal
Zone redents for the oast two
years. The sum of S1.00 83 a
donation to the 'activities fund"

Influential Democrat Sam

Backs Ike's
WASHINGTON,' Jan. 18 (UP)
Secretary of State ".John Foster
Dulles has assured Congress that
President Eisenhower- will "lean
over backward" to avoid 'using
U.S. troops under bis new Middle
East plan, it was disclosed today.
, DuUes1 secret testimony was
hiad-available to 'United Press
shortly after Speaker Sam Ray Ray-hurn
hurn Ray-hurn threw his support behind
President Eisenhower's new anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist program for the area.
In On Package
Rayburn also said he is in favor
of handling the economic and mil military
itary military features of the plan in one
legislative package instead of
splitting them as some Democrats
suggest."
Mr. Elsenhower has asked Con Congress
gress Congress for permission to spend 400
million dollars in the next two
years on economic aia- 10 tne
Middle East. He also wants au authority
thority authority to use American troops, if
necessary; to deter any Commu Communist
nist Communist military aggression.
Dulles said in his testimony mat
a decision on usuie U.S. troops
in the Middle East should be left
to Mr; Eisenhower s best judg judgment.
ment. judgment. He conceded that a mis miscalculation
calculation miscalculation could touch off World
War HI but added:
Na Hasty Action
"I think there can be an abso
lute conviction that the President
would lean over backward not to
lnteroret the facts as justifying
the use of armea xorces uniess
there was real danger to the
United States."
Revolt in Red Zone,
Then NATO Soldiers,
Charges SoYiei Gen.
BERLIN. Jan. 18 (UP) East
Germany's deputy Defense Minis
ter today charged the west plans
to start a counter-revolution in
the Soviet zone and then invade
with North Atlantic Treaty urgan
ization troops.
Major General Friedrich Dickel
said this clan wts made clear in
the speeches of President Eisen
hower and west (rerman cnancei cnancei-lor
lor cnancei-lor Konrad Adenauer.
Ha mm the plan nviMf the
caiMinf ef enrwt In laa Germ Germany,
any, Germany, then n attack "armd
ceeater revolution ry Hrct."
."Tbey hope for military cover
ing froa NATO forces, which aat-
urillr according to Elsenhower
'ia such a case could not stay
i the sidelines'
Dickel made the charge In a
messase marking the establish
ment oec year age today ef the
to.OCO maa "national peoples
smty." j
The Communist party newtpt-1
per Neues DnUchland ia an edi-i
tonal attacked President Eisen
hower's bodget on the grouods U
"Serves the increasing of tension,
the world armament race and war
hysteria."

V

of the Lions," all of which is us
ed for community charities and
helping those who need help, or
for community projects involv involving
ing involving blind and helpless persons,
or providing some new activities
for community children, Is re re-quested.
quested. re-quested. "Only a few,' said the
Club spokesman, "fail to en enclose
close enclose a dollar! One funny one
was someone who enclosed 30c,
and asked that two more foe his
family be forwarded him! He
obviously could afford a car, but
didn't feel that the little mlntA
ture license tagswith plastic
dases 1 which Ictualh) cost In
to them In community charities,
excess of $5oc.) was worth more
than 10c!"
, jThe Balboa Lion recently pre pre-septedgtjhjt
septedgtjhjt pre-septedgtjhjt JtiflaTeam of the"

suar-TBalboa R.O.TiC. unit a Winches

ter match target rifle for use
in its matches against U. S.
teams of. the R.O.T.C. One of
fopr, the rifle will serve many
Palboa vouths for many yearn
otner Lio" work,"juch provia provia-insr
insr provia-insr over 100 tiairs 'of eye glasses
each year for those- of Canal
Dulles said tha- the real danger
to Middle East nations comes
from r Communist subversion,.; not
armed aggression. -Het said the
President's proposals, .were ,'de
signed primarily to assist -in pre preventing
venting preventing subversion." v
Rayburn announced his support 1

Middle East

for Mr. Eisenhower's" economic eBable' security force.:,of its
and military proposals to stop own, ?e thjrtf is; "that the erbnom erbnom-what
what erbnom-what he called "guessing on my jc pu?ht of the country. -bleomes
nositton." He had been reported so D8j th people grab "anything
lukewsrm and even opposed to an alternative. :,'JJ J. I
some features of the plan. Dullos 'saiA, thaajminWt?atloa

bui ue ioiu newsmen ne iijiuks
Congress-has "got to give the
President this miUtarv authority
President this military authority
about as he asked for it.'
Grant Of Power
He made it plain ha favor3 -an
outright grant of military power,
not just an expression of congres congressional
sional congressional approval of,' Mr; Elsenhow Elsenhower's
er's Elsenhower's efforts to secure peace in the
Mideast. Some Democrats have
suggested this alternative.
As for the President s economic
proposals. Rayburn said he be
lieves it would be "judicious for
Congress to go along" with the
President s request.
Dulles said the Eisenhower Doc Doctrine
trine Doctrine would help Middle Eastern
natuons in three different sit situations
uations situations in three different sit sit-the
the sit-the Communists.
' Three Fears
"One is the fear that the coun
try could be subjected to ever ever-whelming
whelming ever-whelming armed attack and there-
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Zone communities who ned
them, is gratefully .appreciated
through tiw $1.00 donations for
the miniature key chain licenses.
"Probably 'one of the oddest
circumstances concerning tliest

key chains," said tha Club om
cial, "ig that most of ; the rejec rejections
tions rejections '(marked to be returned to
the sender, or unclaimed)' -arf
iirom people wiiu uavc iwu ijaia,
That's one- we -cant figure- out.
Regardfess; w are grateful. t
all those residents who 4onata
this small sum. It alt goes taefc
or through work for their' chI chI-drer
drer chI-drer in Boy Scouts,, GW Boouts,
Explorers, etc'., or for: equip
ment, baseball teams, etcj' ..
Those who have not yet-forwarded
their donations JnVi the.
little brown ;! envelopes are re.
quested to 6d so as soon as they
can to permit closing out of tha
special nallin permit aedqun
with the postal unit. Donor art
advised, however,, that no stamp
is required to be put on the we-
cial permit envelope, as-, cour courtesy
tesy courtesy of the Lions club to those,
contributing. - :.
fore, there is no use resisting, the
pressure r of.; communism because
ffr it doesh not ome IS "one way,
it Will come ta another;", herald.
vaWa;--J-'--aiV I
'The ''seieorid'-ihina. is that the
; ha no plans now to extend 'econ-
i iA tt.j a: it i.iji
Pmld feJM,V!l5
!ie nP Wljf f..i
cpmmunist. jntiuence-,- "in --vyear
or two" and thus become, "fljgible
for U.S.' -aid. 1 --aS. as.
. -. x.-f-- -.
"I do not think the : f at that
they once perhaps made -'f leck leck-less
less leck-less transaction : and.. mortgaged
much of their crops to finance
arms should bar them from help
at all times," he said, Dulles was
referring to Egypt's arms pur-
Dulles said t'i3 administration
would regard an attack; on -a
MAA .t;i k r.i.
unteers" from Russia or Qommu Qommu-nist
nist Qommu-nist China as an overt act of Com-'
munist aggression.
But he laid the presence of
"volunteers" in a Mideast nation
upon invitation of that- country'
would not be regarded as aggres-.
sion even if the volunteers were
used to resist an attack by some
ether Middle Eastern nation. ...
EUROPE. .
FROM PANAMA
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Rayburn
Doctrine

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THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPEB

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1957

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Welsh Rotarian an Isthmus Visitor;
He's Attended both Club Jubilees

A notable euest at the Cristobal

Colon Rotary Club meeting Thurs

day was Jtotarian Harry & vans oi
the Rotary Club of Colwyn Bay,

North Wales. Evans Has been a

Rotarian for over 32 years, during

which time, he has held all club
offices and for 20 years has filled
District Offices in Great Britain,
Including that of Governor and

Secretary of his District, comjfris-i

mg 20 Clubs in the North of Eng England
land England and Wales (which includes

both the Liverpool and Manches

ter Clubs.)

In the course of a short talk on

his exprience in Rotary. Evans

said that he and his wife' had been
able to travel extensively since his

retirement from active business

in England and had been privileged

to meet with friends in Rotary

international in the United States,
New Zealand, Australia,' South A A-frica
frica A-frica and the Middle East.

Ha particularly stressed hit

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pleasure in having boen ab'o to
Hand both tha Silvtr Jubilet in
' 1921 and tha Golden Jubilta
In 1954, and in all had attended
no lass than tight International
Convention.
Mr. and Mrs, Evans are pas

sengers, on the Dongednk on a

round trip to British Columbia

from London, and as this will be
their first visit to the Pacific Coast

they are looking forward to widen widening
ing widening their circle of friends in Rot Rotary
ary Rotary Internationl.

: Other guests at the meeting
were Kenneth Newland of Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal and his house guest. Mitchell
Stewart of Salt Lake City, Utah,
who is visiting the Isthmus.
1 Rotarian Bob Leigh r e p o r t ed
that requests for reservations are
coming in steadily for the forth forth-coming.
coming. forth-coming. District Convention to be
held in Colon and all indications
are that the clubs in Central A-

mericawill be well represented

No Substandard Units

For Service Fai

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Erskine Johnson

LASiVEGAS (NEA) Danny
Thomas finally spilled the "se

cret'' of his lifetime starring con contra
tra contra dt at the Sands Hotel here.

"mis contract they, won in the

c :no," be kidded, "on a hard
je'ut." 1
! tas-Vegas,. famous for its night
f.ub' entertainment, topped itself
ith! Danny, Jerry Lewis and
Frank Sinatra costarring in the
same show for Jack Entratter. It
was a one-night performance cele celebrating
brating celebrating the fourth anniversary of
.the Sands Hotel and it almost
jtookjair night. The last of three
'snows ended at 4:30 a.m.!
1 Jerrv. Danny and Frank cut a

gian birthday 'cake on stage but
the capers they cut 'broke every
. Unsh and annlause meter In town.

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An electronic counier in me muuj
identified the 10,000,000th visitor to
the Sands, then blew a fuse try trying
ing trying to count head in the jam jam-backed
backed jam-backed Copa Room for the clown clowning
ing clowning of the three stars.
THE FOUR YEAR statistics on
th. operation of a' Las. Vegas re resort
sort resort 'hotel, with built-in gambling,
ounh like the budget for a C. B.
3DfeMlle spectacular. Some of the
vnhrAiv lifters:

- '-"Payroll of $10,000 a day to 732

employes. One new visitor every

J2 seconds, day and nignt. i o r
four .'years. And In four years the
ca-lilo has used nearly 301,000 dice
for an estimated total of 67,000,000
f In this Elvis Presley lmpersona lmpersona-4
4 lmpersona-4 jD,' Jerry Lewis-quipped, I
now Jsing a son from my latest
Jerry said he's lost $3,000
gambling in Las Vegas but that
he hfcd solved the problem.
- "I'm going out to Yucca Flat
wherfc they test atomic bombs
he said. "If I'm lucky I'll get hit.
Til IS IS HOLLYWOOD, Mrs,
Jones: After all that .publicity a a-boutlDlana
boutlDlana a-boutlDlana Don making her first
J'oHywood movie, "I Marneci
yVomhn." with George Gobel
RKOlhas decided to release her

berg: "They come to see only
parts of Ekberg but all of Tuck Tucker."
er." Tucker."
The Witnet: Sign on a tiny for foreign
eign foreign car In a Hollywood auto deal dealer's
er's dealer's show room: "Price includes
all accessories including its own
attractive carrying case."

THE JOAN FONTAINE Olivia
de Havifland family feud becomes
only a memory in' Paris next
month. Joan's taking their mother

to Olivia's home for their first
meeting in eight years... Pat Me Medina's
dina's Medina's beaming over the reconcili reconciliation
ation reconciliation with Richard Greene in a

$10,000 mink coat he gave her....
Tab Hunter's slated for his profes

sional singing debut on the Dot

necoras iaoei.

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CAREFREE COMMUTERS A pleasant way to get to the
office in the morning is the aim of these Park Forest, 111.,
: commuters who are served coffee and cigarets by pretty
i hostesses on a specially rebuilt luxury bus. Other amenities

' are television and card tables. Shown being served on the
1 first run by Jean Burnett, lett, and Sandra Stewart are t Ira

: Farthing and Richard Palmer, right.

"WALK THE PROUD LAND"

A new Army regulation blue

prints the design for quarters to
be built under housing programs

xor service lamiiies.

According to the directive, no

unit win be" suostandard in ei

ther size or nualitv and there

win be no difference In the con
structlon of officers' and enlist
ed men's housing.

Designs call for two, three and

iour bedroom units with a ma

ximum number of three-bed-

room homes being provided with

in tne cost celling of $16,500 a
unit fixed by Congress.

Bingie and dUDlex units will

be built wherever possible, with

tnreet-bedroom houses having

uue-ana-one nan baths and four

Dearoom quarters two full haths.
Where costs or real esta to

prices prohibit single or duplex
construction.- four-unit w n

story family apartment buildings
will be erected.

r.umer multiple housing de'

signs win be used "only under
most compelling cost circum circumstances,"
stances," circumstances," according to the reg regulation,
ulation, regulation, s
. Under present Joint defense
department directives, floor
space,, allowances for officers
range from 1080 to 2100 square
feet '-deDendine upon the rank-

of the sponsor.

Enlisted families are authoriz.

ed maximum space of 1080 feet.

However, Defense officials have
proposals pending to increase
this allowance to take care of
those leaving requirements for

more than three bedrooms.

The new Army specifications

generally will apply both to u-

nlts built on-post with funds ap

propnatea by Congress and" to

living quarters constructed ad

Jacent to military, installations

with pnf ate capital under the

Capehart Housing Act,

Can't Yield Chair

WASHINGTON. Jan.; 18 fTTPV

sen. jviattnew M.; Weely (D-W Va)
who has been hospitalized for
weeks, today made his second
trip of the new session to the can-

itol, arriving in' a wheelchair to

attend the organizational meeting

oi ine senate district of Columbia

Committee, of which- he is chair

man.".-.. 1 "t

His first trip to' the canitol this

year also in a wheelchair was

to vote with the Democrats on or
ganizing the Senate Jan. 3.

Four Queens in
Revue of Reviews Tomorrow

If Montgomery Clift bows out

of "The Devil's Disciple" film

version because of ill health and

it looks like he win Tyrone Pow Power
er Power may land the role. .Colossal

note from the Technicolor Film
Company which has manufactured
and processed five billion feet of
movie film. That's enough film to
circle the earth 38 times' or to run
one projector at 90 feet per min minute
ute minute for 105 years without stopping.

Whether or not the deal is made

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iur Eaaie risner 10 ao me remane
of "The Clock" at MGM, Debbie
Reynolds definitely has the Judy
Garland role staked out as her
own. She's waqted it for a long
time and talked up the idea. "The
Reluctant Debutante" has been
postponed until who knows-when
for Debbie. It's too big a hit as
a play on Broadway to be done as
a movie just yet.

' j fli-iroi. first. It's "The La

k:"p1." Gobel is

burning about the switch because
ol the ballyhoo slated for Diana's
' US (flicker debut. .
V Not to the Script: Sophie Tucker
V about attracting more visitors to a
Paramount film set than Anita ax-

7A Nicaraguans
Receive Diolomos
At Carib. School

itfflSSL,..,-..,

(PA-O The Revue of Re

views which will be presented

tomorrow night at the Jlauon Jlauon-al
al Jlauon-al stadium in its cast of 100

people' has four "Queens."

These are Senorita Emita Aro Aro-semena,
semena, Aro-semena, former Coffee Queen,

and Miss Panama at the Miss

Universe Pageant, i Senorita
Choly Vallarino, former Coffee
Queen, Senorita Lizzie Suazo
Queen of Hotel El .Panama's
1958 Carnival Celebrations, and
Senorita Likie Arosemena for former
mer former Queen of Carnival at the
Union Club. Judging froip. the
list of debutantes taking part
in the Auto-Fashion Show, the
Carnival Queens of 1957, al although
though although still unnamed are
surely in the cast.

Twenty two of the most SDec

tacular cars of 1957 will take
part itt. the Parade of 1957
cars. The thrilling Horse Show

presented by The Panama Rid

ing School will feature Stuart
Blackwell, recently arrived from

the States. F. S. Rudesheim,
and other expert horsemen.
The Spanish dancers of the
National School of the Dance
will give a colorful, brilliant
performance under the direc direction
tion direction of Blanca Korsl de' Ripoll.
Other dancers will be Edilma
Bermudez and Raul Alvarado
Interpreting the Panamanian
""Punto," and Carmen Gon Gonzalez
zalez Gonzalez the Spanish "Solario."
The Trio Los Bohemios will

entertain with songs.

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LOOKING AHEAD Five-year-old Wesley Smith, of Lot
Angeles, yearns to follow in the footsteps of his high-flying
father, Frank C. Smitft, who is a test pilot for North American
Aviation Corp. with more than 8,000 hours aloft to his credit.)
I The youngster, who started flying at the age of three, i right
proud of his own pilot's suit.

Johnson Presents Bill To Grant

Direct Federal Loans To Veterans

WASHINGTON. Jan. 18"(UPV

Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex) introduced

bill today to approve

?1 ,400,000,000 in direct federal
home loans for veterans. He said
it would stimulate housing con

struction and slow the rising in

terest rate.

Seven Queens in Panama Tonight

Audle Murphy and the peaceful Apaches for whom he
is Indian Agent receive a surprise visit from band of .war .warlike
like .warlike Apaches headed by Jay Silverheels, as Geronlmo, in
this scene from "WALK THE PROUD LAND," In Techni,
color and CinenaScope which stars Aadie with Anne Ban Bancroft
croft Bancroft and Pat Crowley. "WALK THE PROUD LAND" OPENS
ON WEDNESDAY 23 AT THE LUX.

Showing at Your Service

Center Theaters Tonight

iBAilfoA 4:30, :M, tjlj

"A GREAT DAx uy xnc

mormng

IDIABLO HTS. 7:0
"COMANCHE"

tate show 10:30 p.m.
Hlaura-

RAMBOA 7:00

H-HE BIG CHASE"

iGATUN 7:00
"FIG HTINQ CHANTF

MARGARITA i:15 7:55

rBek Arnnd The Clock"

Lat ihow 10:3U p.m.

rrHE BLACK CASTLE

CRtfeTOBAL 7:00

BLACKJACK KETCHUM,

DESPERADO"

PARAISO :15 :ll
("A !WAN ALONE

Uf BOCA 7:N
"I. AT THAT RIFLE DOWN"

SANTA CRUZ C:15 1:3

(THUNDER STORM"

CAMP BIERD C:15 7:35

fMatnificent Roagbnecka"

Twenty-four Nicaraguan and

Chilean officers recsived dlplo
mas yesterday upon their com

pletion of a special four-week
vehicle maintenance course at
the U.S. Ar"w Caribbean School

at Fort Oullck.
This special csroue, designed
to familiarize the students with
all the aspects of vehicle main maintenance,
tenance, maintenance, was actually a con condensed
densed condensed version of the regular
20-week course. The only part
excluded from this special
course was the three weeks of
driving instruction.
Capt. Fernando T. Davida,
Automotive Division chief, pre presented
sented presented the diplomas to the
graduates. I

iDRIVE-INj
1 7.00 TODAY 9 00 1

rUfULAK NHjHT!

JERRY LEWIS
Dean Martin in
"JUMPING JACKS'

$1-10 per Car!

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WEEKEND RELEASE!
TERRY MOORE In
"POSTMARK FOR

IT COSTS $6000.00 TO DRESS UP BIKINI GIRL.
TERRY MOORE, STAR IN
"POSTMARK FOR DANGER"
Release Tomorrow At The "DRIVE-IN" Theatre!

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curvaceous TERRY MOORE co-starring with ROBERT
BEATTY and WILLIAM SILVESTER In "POSTMARK FOR
DANGER," fast-paced thriller weekend release, opening to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at the -DRIVE-IN" Theatre, provides a style treat
for feminine' movie-goers.
The clothe she wears In this new RKO Radio release
were made by America's top fashion designers, and cost
many thousands of dollars. In one night-club scene, the 23-year-old
star war an entfit wihch alone cost nearly $6000
a navy bine cross grain sheath cocktail dress with three three-quarter
quarter three-quarter light-fitting sleeves and a pleated panel on the left
side; the neckline is high to the left, sloping to form an
angular "V", with two geld pins fastened at the center.
Miss Moore's accessories in "POSTMARK FOR DANGER"
include r pair of diamond earrings and a $3000 silver mink
Jacket. i Advt.

(PA-O Seven visiting Cof

fee Queens, from Mexico and
the Central American coun

tries will make a short stop

ovec in Panama en route to

attend the crowning of the
Continental Coffee Queen, dur

ing n ramous Manizaies An Annual
nual Annual Fair in Manlzales, Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia. The seven queens 'are

arriving tonight, and will be
Joined tomorrow by Analida Al Al-faro,
faro, Al-faro, the Panama Coffee
Queen, on the last leg of their
trip to Manizales aboard a Spe Special
cial Special Avianca Flight.
Avianca. the national Airline
of Colombia and the oldest
airline of the America, has
handled all the necessary ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the aueens'
flights from their respective
countries.
This bevy of beauties re represent:
present: represent: Mexico, Srta. Merce Merce-ditas
ditas Merce-ditas EsDinosa; Guatemala,
Srta. Hilda Rivera: San. Sal Salvador,
vador, Salvador, Srta. Sonia Magana;
Honduras, Gloria E. Berper C;
Nicaragua, Srta. Llla Pends Pends-fia;
fia; Pends-fia; Costa Rica, Srta. Marta E.

de la Espriella; and Panama,
Srta. AnalVa Alfaro.

The crowning of the Contl

nental Coffee Queen will take
place on January 24th during

the gala coronation ball. The

contestants who will i vie for
the honor to reign with her

court or queen,e over the nu

tnerous festivities to take place
during the reknowned Manl Manlzales
zales Manlzales Fair represent IS Latin
American countries. In addi

tion to Mexico, the Central
American countries, and Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and
all the South American coffee
producing countries have sent
their representative.
A great many festivities are
planned. A few of the festi festivities
vities festivities over which the queens
will reign are:. Bull Fights.
Cock Fights, Ski Meets, etc.
There is every indication that
this vear's Manizales Fair will
be finer than ever not only
for the aueens, but for the
ereneral public from all the La Latin
tin Latin Americen countries who

will attend this famous annual
Fair.

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ine Din? aesignea xo- "oDen

bottlenecks" in the G.I. home loan

program, would provide govern

mem Joans at 4V per cent in

terest. The money would come

from 25 per cent of the National
Life Insurance fund, the veterans'
insurance fund.

Profit to U.S. ...
He said anv urofits would en to

the Treasury. The Treasury also
would have to make up any losses.

But Johnson saw little or no
chance of this happening. If so,
it means the-program would cost
the government nothing.

The Veterans Administration al already
ready already has a 300 million dollar fund

for direct loans but little of the
money has been made available.

Bills similar to v Johnson's have
been introduced In the house by
Reps; Wright Patman (D-Tex) and

uiin i, league ( D-Tex;.

Among other features,' the
measure .would eliminate proces

sing delays in G.I. housing loans.
The VA would not wait to process
applications for direct loans until
private lenders have refused to
provide funds.
Johnson said that processing
would proceed at once and if pri private
vate private financing is available within
20 days "it will be preferred and
used."
Up Maximum
The bilf also would increase

from $10,000 to $14,000 the author authorized
ized authorized amount of the morteaee limit

under the direct loans program.

Meantime, there appeared to be

no immediate move in the house

to raise the G.I. loan rats from

4V4 to 5 per cent-as President

Eisenhower requested in his bud

get message.

With federal money rates rising

in all fields and the FHA's rate
at 5 per cent, veterans have found
4'i per cent VA loans a,ll but im

possible to negotiate, even with a
federal guarantee.
Johnson's statement seemed to
argue that a large pool of federal
loans at 44 per cent might mako
private lenders more willing to
compete at that rate.

Flying Saucerers
Of Ihe Vorll:
Unite, Report
WASHINGTON (UP)-A new

scientific organization has asked

the public to be on the lookout for
"unidentified flying objects" ap

parently piloted by "intelligent he he-ings"
ings" he-ings" entering the earth's atmos

phere.

Rear Adm. Delmer S. Fahrney

(Ret.) urged the public to send

reports on unidentified flying ob objects
jects objects to a new organization known
as the National Investigations
Committee on Aerial Phenomena,

Fahrney Is chairman of the group. ..
He said yesterday the objects

move at speeds which cannot be
duplicated by the United Stales

aim xiussia.

i Fahrney Is a pioneer In thede4

veiopment oi controlled aircraft
and guided missiles for. the Navy.
He has been commended for hit
work by the Bureau of Aer Aer-nautics.
nautics. Aer-nautics.
Fahrney said the committee an
Independent non-profit organiza organization,
tion, organization, would encourage formation of
flying saucer clubs across the na nation
tion nation to supply trained observers.
Reports from them, he said, would would-be
be would-be analyzed by the committee with
cooperation of 'leading scientists.
He said many observers have
stopped reporting to the Air Force

on such objects because "all the
information is going In and none
coming out."

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Fahrney said observers have es

timated speeds of some flying ob objects
jects objects at up to 12,000 miles an
hour. ' :f

"Thcf state of technology In this

country and Russia today" would
not permit duplication of the high'

speeds and terrific acceleration"
he said. "It's apparent that these
objects are directed by intelligent
beings because of the manner in
which they maneuver."

THI KING OP
ROCK N ROLL

ALAU FREED

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Mysterious, alluring and frequently deadly, the Jungle
world ofv Africa supplies the breathless locale for "Safari,
starring Victor Mature and Janet Leigh filmed in Kenya's
fabulous North Frontier District,, heartland of the dread
Man Man who nrevlde come of the new film's many breath breathless
less breathless action moments, "Safari" is said to combine the splen splendor
dor splendor and primitive pageantry of "King Solomon's Mines'
with the mighty thrills and love-adventnre of "Mogambe."
Among the dramatic highlights of the love-adventnre that
is "Safari" are such desperate scenes as Matnre's faee-to-f
ace eombat with the lion; the drum dance of the Chnkasf.'
the Maa Ma ambush leading to one of the most terrify terrifying
ing terrifying onslaughts ever filmed, according .to Hollywood; and a
scene In which Miss Leigh is trapped and helpless fn the
rani da of a crocodile-infested river. Romantic highlights In Include,
clude, Include, amongst other scenes, a dreamy Jungle "pool of love,
, in which the (tart bathe. See "SAFARI" tn CtnemaSotM
and TrchnicoK which OPENS ON WEDNESDAY 23 AT THE
CENTRAL.



f!UDAYi,JAXxJART J81957

TUB fAHAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI
lagh
1000
.lMiar.
ossadeO'
am

lii

Sprint

Tony:,;

Starters In
5 'W.Vf

Alhajar, a close (third behind Mossadeq in the
thrilling New4 Year's TDay Classic, tomorrow will at attempt
tempt attempt to avenge that defeat in the featured $1000
seren-lurlong sprint' atthe President Remon race
track''; jLiSi -v" I'? ''Hi'iri-'ii'.'S1

' Ro'undine the llstof foursched

tiled starters are Gonetino,' which
will not go to an entry with Mos Mos-sadeq,
sadeq, Mos-sadeq, and Tony. ::.:-k'-
i Gonetino ia now listed as the
property of Paniel Cinlglio who
.1.. hill. Mm ? -...!. '?.'-

i ''5-V'-V'-s',-'''"'',"'
. Alhajar was less than a length
-keninri Mossadea when he scored

over Town's. Wall by a neck in

the

New Year's Day Classic in iracK
record time of 1:37 4-5 for a mile.
Alfredo Vasquez will again ride
Alhaiar while Ruben, no relation
to Alfredo, will guide Mossadea.
Fernando Alvarez will have the
leg up on Gonetino while little He He-liodoro
liodoro He-liodoro Gustines ., will, be aboard
Tony. v.f ;
j GonetinoJs expected to cutout
a sizzling pace with Alhajar In
closest pursuit, Tony third and
Mossadeq last for the first half.

Then Mossadeq and, Alhajar will
attempt to overtake Gonetino and
hang (on for another thrilling
stretch battle. Gonetino and Tony
are expected to fade out of con contention
tention contention In the homestretch.

Race Track
.. Hon
1st Rc 6th Sariu
Jecksy St.
.1 Oliver
S Matruh
Vasquez 110
H. KUIZ 1U7
i-Bos'un's Mate V. Brown 118
i-i 'a TjAn 115
4 Teloreo
F Gatica 105
R L. Gil 107
B Baeza 106
V. Castillo 113
6 Tiny Brook
Cascador
7 Curale
8 Remiron

lni Race Sfh Series Imp. 7 tjg.t u. $ 500 00 P..I Closes 1:15

S -:
1 Grimilda
2 Arrabalero
3 Dianalicia
4 Soft Note
5 Socorrito
6 Melrose
E Dario 110
H. Ruiz 110
A. Vasquez 115
A Ycaza 115
R. Vasquez 115
O. Sanchez 110
ltd Raca'G"
Netlves
1 Certamen
3 Kalalii
8 Moonshiner
4 Filon. ...
6 Bagdad
G. Vasquez 103x
O. de Le6n 107
B ARulrre 114
Phillips 108
C. Ruiz 115
4th Re "HI A"
1 El Pasha
3 Pereque
8 Fabionet
4 Que Undo
5 G. Patrick
6 Winsaba
7 College Girl
K. Flores 109
R. Gomez 113
A. Gonzalez 106
F. Gatica 116
E. Dario 108
O. de Le6n 103
J. Avlla 113
5th Race "D" Netives 7 Fas.
lMr Tivoli Fi Alvarez 113
aPortal H. Gustines 105x
3 La Guar arena R. Gomez 111
4 lka J. Rodriguez 112
6th Race (th Series Imp. 5 Fas.
FIRST RACE OF
1 FifitO
2 Dun
3 S.- Slipper
B. Baeia 115
F. Gatica 110
A. Vasquez 111
O. de Le6n 108
A. Ycaza 116
H Ruiz 100
4 Am. Maid
8 Uanzaretta
6 Bright Blade
7W. Jlmmey
F. Alvarea 115

7th Race 5rb Sories lm. 7 fi. Pern $500.00 Pool Closes 4i05
.-. SECOND RACE OP THE DOUBLE' .-.,..-,..

1 Panlcus A. Ycaza 113 Early speed only
2 G. Trotter -; B. Agulrre 118 Reportedly ready
3 Vedette ; E. Ortega 113 Favorite rider
4 Moon Beam G. Vasquez 112x Outsider
6 Fenix'-.. A. Vasquez 116 Was never better
a (Bonifacio V. Castillo 115 Jn winning form now
7 (Escasay R. Vasquez 110 -ould take -it all ,:
- i '-A-." : - '
Irh Rece "SmcUT Xmf. 6 Fft. Purse $650.00 ool Cloeea
, ' ; QUINIELA
1 Suruineho 3. Avlla 115 Awaiting green light
2 Bacancito XJ. M. Bravo 111 Big smoke, no fire yet
J Fieltro r- A. Ycaza 110 Just missed last
4 Hablando. C. Ruiz 112 Fractioua last time
5 A. Spring- '- O. Sanchez 113 Makes local debut
ft Garramufio V. Ortega 112 Missed by a nose
7 MichlrlpA .' tJ. Vasquez 97x Strong finish previous
8 Hincapie H. Ruiz 100. Disappointment thus far
(Very Good O Tie Leon 106 -4fust prove it first
10- (Gramllla- R. Vasquez 110 Speed to spare v;-
11- (Certero F. Hidahro'105 Cheap faint hearted ping

fib Race $tfc Sen Ihhs. 7 Fas.
ONE
1-i-Oro Purito Bldalgo 115
IwCopar . L. Outlerrei 107x
t Lucho A. Gonzalez 110
4 Gourmet T. Alvarez 118
I Bradomin : A. Ycaza 115
t-L. Girdle
J. Rodriguez 113
v It. Vasquea 113
r coral
i-Starrick
Gay Spot'
B Aguirre 118
B, Baeza 110
10th Km 1st aV 2m4 SmiM Imp t
I Alhajar A. Vasquex 118
I Tony - H. Gustines 103x
I Oonetino F. Alvareir 10
-Moasadeo R. Vasquez 120

o

Gonetino Other

Feature
o
Alhajar was an impressive win winner
ner winner over this same distance in 1:24
his last, time out. Melendez wound
up second, Eric third and Rosier
last. 4 (;XfH-:.Vi',..:". ;"' --v
tomorrow's races i s h o 1 d be
much better than recent meets be
cause of the larger, number of en entries
tries entries in the majority of races. One
of them, the eighth, has a .total
of eleven scheduled ; starters
most in a long time.
Racetrack Tips
By COSRADO
1 Remiron
J Arrabalero
3 Moonshiner
4 Que Undo
5 Mr. Tivoli
' 6 Dun
Bos'nn's Mate
, Dianalicia
Bagdad
Winsaba
Portal
W'ma Jimmey
Bonifacio (e)
Garramufio
Gourmet
Gonetino
7 Fenix
8 Gramllla
jStarwlck
10 Alhajar
(f)
Graded Entries
Comment
Odds

Imp 5 Fas. Purs $400.00 Pool Closes 12:45
FIRST RACI OF THi DOUBLE

Can be closer
4-1
10-1
4- 1
5- 1
8-1
3-1
15-1
3-2
coining levvimy
-Good speed, flattened
Beaten favorite
Returns from layoff
Reportedly ready
Can go at distance
Form indicates
Not against these
--Returns in good shape
Usually disappoints
Rates good chance here
Appears top one ,,;.,,
Poor start in. last ;
20-1
31
3-1
3-1
.2-1
.3-1
'V
i it

7 Ft. Purse $275.0() Pool Cletei 1:45
ONE-TWO

Early speed only
10-1
2- 1
3- 2
4- 1
3-1
if not tractious, yes
Closer and closer
Could be upsetter
Distance to liking

Natives 6 Fgi. Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 2:20
QUINIELA

Usually fractious
Returns from layoff
Nothing to recomment
Long overdue
Must Improve more
Up track in last
Nothing lately
2- 1
15-1
20-1
3- 2
10-1
3-1
5-1
Purse $300.00 Pool Closes 2:55
Should outlast Portal EVEN
Virtual match race EVEN
May be closer 5-1
Post-to-post try 3-1
Purs $400.00 Pool Closet
THI DOUBLE
1:35
15-1
3- 2
4- 1
5- 1
31
4-1
2-1
Needs rest badly
In top form at last
Could be upsetter
Had speed, faltered
Distance suits her
Sprint lover too
Seeka repeat victory
"10-1
21
10-1
251
2 1
21
2-1
4:40
5-1
3- 1
4- 1
15-1
' 2-1
5- 1
10-1
v2-t
2-t
21
Pan $500.00 Pf Closes
TWO
Upset specialist 1
Pays long odds too
Hampered by bum legs
Serious effort here
Could pay off now-
5:15
10-1
20-1
10-1
2- 1
81
8-1
M
3- 2
10-1
Racing to best form
-Always dangerous
snouJd make it nere
Outran recently -
r.Psrse $1000.00 FW Omm 540
Basar sharp
Has slim chance
-Only speed horse
Record breaker
' 7 -5
15-1
21
32

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BACK TO WORK Jackie
Burke announced that he
would be a part-time golfer,
but the Matser and PGA
champion was back among: the
leaders when the 1957 tour o o-pened
pened o-pened In California.
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Standings January 16)
W L CB
Coco S- Cubs 3
Police Pals ...2
Pirates 2
1
1
2ft
3
Mutual of Omaha . .1
1
Coco Solo Braves ...u
Coca Cola Bottlers ..0
The second, week of Little
Leaguep lay began with Mutual
of Omaha defeating the favor favored
ed favored police Pals, 9 to 2, In a game
played Monday afternoon at
Margarita Little League Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. The Mutual? b o y suddenly
found their batting' eyes and
greeted the Pals pitcher Kenny
Smith; with a barrage of 12 hits.
Chuckle Bath" was the master
all the way on the mound for
the insurance Nmen, and had
trouble only in the fourth, when
the Pals put together a pair of
hits to produce their only runs.
probably the outstanding boy
on the field was Reggie Lum,
who played a sensational game
at short stop. Mike Burza, with
three hits In four trips, and
Bath with a pair of doubles were
the standout batters.
The box score:
Mutual of Omaha AB
Field, c ...4
Lum, R., s5 4
H
0
2
2
3
2
0
2
1
0
0,
0
p
Wainlo, lb 3
Burza, 3b
Bath, n 4
Dockery, cf 4
Rief. If 3
BillisoR. rf 2
Seeley. 2b .......... 3
Hauser. 2b 0
Sanders, If .1
Highley, rf ........ ;.0
Totals
..39 9 12 2
Police Pals
Karpinski, 2b
McElhone, ss
Brayton, 3b
Smith, p .....
Carpenter, c.
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
Coffin, lb
Jongbloed
If
Cooper, rf 2 0
Orr, cf
2 0
Totals
22 2 S 5
Score by Inning.
201 0429 12 2
000 2002 3 5
Mutual
Police .,
GUN CLUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAL
MARGARITA. CJUA welUr
of distracting Influences, main
ly borrowed and new auhi,
nressed the talUer run xip by
.hntjrnn fottshltts at th rrln-
tobal Gun Club In their regular
U7rlnpvla afternoon conr.lave.
Despite tbe-aubia cracxea
ribs, gusty winds, sore toe. and
cramped trigger lingers rour
respectable near-possibles were
racked. Art Buttons 22 Skeet
targets broken-with a sub-cali
bre .410 proviamg the cay t oesi
example, although a point low
er than the top pair, 23 each by
C. Lastinger and Tom sellers.
W, W. Rouand, also powdered 22,
but with a 12-iruape. Jo eKueter
hit 19, and Walter Johnston,
shootm a .410. broke 18. B.
Ferry, after a lone lay-off. look looked
ed looked good with his left-handed.
20-uaei destruction, of 17.
poorest showtnes occurred In
the Trap (Doubles) erents. and
complete scores are not' aiven tn
order that harmony.. may be
preserved: .-
R. c. Ca-anova ; 2'
Jop Kueer i
"'"ooi Se'ler .:.,..... 18
Frank Cholir 14

HOOFBEATS
s By Contado Sargeant

piimnra it.fi the effect that
President Hemon racetrack han-
dicapper had resigned nave
proven false, petronuo aiwimi,
the local racing secretary, will
continue In his present position
despite, tne- oojecuoiis w
nolntment ; of a V'Complaints
rjmmlttee by the Panama
Gambling: Control, Board.
Th. nmmittee. named early
this week, Is formed by Augusto
r : v.rman Ji Jorge .. Endara
and one member of the Gam Gam-bling
bling Gam-bling Board who will work, alter alter-natelv
natelv alter-natelv each week- The .commit .committee
tee .committee 'will receive written -com-
Ki..a.. rnTYinliiints1 and re-
coTmenrtotb7GambllnffBoa
what decision snmiia
It Is a certainty that the
majority of the complaints i w H
be abouthe present bandi bandi-cappinc
cappinc bandi-cappinc system whlcfc 'a bas based
ed based almost entirely .on the rac
Inc secretury's opinion. Rt Rt-pause
pause Rt-pause of this, manv well-informed
turfmen felt that the
handicapper would nana in
hi resignation' at the Gam Gambling
bling Gambling Board' meetina yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. He did not.
Two newcomers are scheduled
to make their debut over the
weekend. They are the Brmsn
Tuesday's game saw the Pirates
sink the Coca cola Bottlers, 17
to 4, with a thirteen hit attack
behind the four-hit pitching of
Dougie Aiberga. Norman Hut Hutchinson
chinson Hutchinson suffered his second de defeat,
feat, defeat, while Aiberga posted his
first win for a 1 and 1 record.
The game was a story mostly
of hitting with Chin, .Aiberga
and Hilty each racking up three
hits. Doubles were hit by Peter Peterson,
son, Peterson, Aiberga with Chin getting
two.
A The box score;
Pirates .: ',1 s AS R H,E
chin,- cr T,?.iT.l,$,'v 4:-:.a ', l
Cortex, ss,Vj.W'.-5t Ili 1-0
Aiberga,. p ,,,M.V4 3 J 0
HUty, 3b ............5 1 3 ,1
Hickey, 3b .3 10 0
Scheldegg, rf ..3 2 0 0
Ebdon, rf 0 0 0 l
Murray, if 4. 2 0 1;
Sanders, If .....0 0 0 0
Cristoph, lb 4 2 1 0
Will, cf .3 2 2 0
Butcher, cf 1 0 0 0
Totals 35 17 13 4
Coca Cola Bottlers
Wilder, cf, p ...1 11 1
Sanchez, lb 2 0 0 1
Roscoe, c 3 0 0 1,
Hutchinson, p 2 0 0 0
Conley.cf ,....1 0 0 0
Crouch, 3b 1 0 0 1
Stochrer, 3b ...1 0 0 0
Burns, 2b 1 0 D i
Sanders, 2b 2 1 0 2
McLeod, If l 0 O 0
Bender, If 2 1 1 1
Bender, If 2 1 1 11
Peterson, ss .3 112
C, v ft Is' v,
Totals
.v..... ...1.23' 4 ,4 9
ft A tf-.'. ;- ... :
Score by Inn9nt
Pirates ,Vi ,C 151' 802-17 H 4
Coco COla .'.'...100 021-T-4 4 4
The Coco Solito Cubs con-'
tinued their winning ways byj
defeating the Coco Solo Braves, i
7 to 1, but only after a hard I
fought and well played, game, j
The Cubs played fine ball the1
entire game, while the Braves
had one bad Inning and that 1
was all the Cubs needed to chalk
up win number three. I
Luther Qulnn pitched a kreat
game and the run scored a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst him. was unearned.
Hardisty, the Braves pitcher,
allowed but fire hits. He scored
his team'a onhj run and hit the
only extra base hit of game, a
double. Octavio Comacho hit
saieiy vo wing his average up,
w a wortny 65. .
The box" score:
'
9- ? B
AB
.3
...3
...3
...3
...3
...3
...1
...2
..2
n
o
l
o
l
0
I
0
0
0
1 Sea OOll, ih ......
j50to
iw
Harcusty, p
Bulllngton, lb ....
Bonzoumet, cl ...
Sharich. It
Oliphant. ,2b .....
Hakanaon. rf ....
ToUls "...V.
- i ,
Caea SoHtt Cabs-
Riney. rf .;..,.
Villamarzo, c, m
Ouinn.iyi M T...
BaranicV. f f J. .
Henrkrofz,
Psr'acho. e
wffni. if .;
nf.
Wpame. 2S
.22 1 3 2
.3
.2
.3
2
5
1
2
.2
.1
.0
Jodice.'lb -.v,
rTAOixrr fvv
"I 7 5 2
Tot'
i
Srere fcT
"rtrs .vwi 'fn1 J

Cubs .-ego (J2x 7 5 2

colt" Atomic Spring and the na- BERKELEY, Calif. (UP) (UP)-t.iv
t.iv (UP)-t.iv fillv fiuacamavai Young Pete Elliott had two things

Atnmif. snrinc is a four vear
nirt ttrev nlt bred in'Eneland.
He is owned by Wilfredo Me
lendez and trained by Henry
White. Tbis" colt is a scheduled
starter 1 tomorrow's eighth race
for non-winners.
Guacatnaya is a four.-year-old
i j rnno.r a

NenaShe 1 owned by Mrs. Lu-coach Tuesday night replacing
cla M.! Urrlola' and JerOnimo, E. L'nn (Pappy) Waldorf.
Mejia Is her trainer. Guacama- Athletic Director Greg Engle Engle-ya
ya Engle-ya is an entry in Sunday's third I hard said Elliott was the unani-

race lor native maiaens.
Several changes were report reported
ed reported at the track's offices this
weekR;:iK,-.Vi;-v,. i,. ;
The Stud Valentino's Hincapie,
formerlyj trained by Rafael E
Cedefio, ls.how under the han handling
dling handling of Victor V. Morrell.
Dainty Duchess which recent recently
ly recently raced ander the colors of the
Stud Nombre ide Dibs with Hum Hum-be,rto
be,rto Hum-be,rto Echevers listed as trainer,
is back under the guidance of
trainer Eustaclo XJarcia de Pa Pa-redes'.
redes'. Pa-redes'. Emestp Estenoz Is her
owner.
Iguazu, which won onlv one J
race for owner-trainer Jose
Maria (Cheina)' Qulntero, 4s
back In 'the ; Rturt Bnena Fe
barn. Lu'si i;H." Farruda. of
course, will Tesume traJning
the atretch bnrner.
Another Stud Nombre de Dios
horse, that was trained bv Hum Hum-berto
berto Hum-berto '.Echevers has changed
hands. Fvego, returns to former
owner-trainer Relnaldo Bonilla.
Donny Boy, owned by the Stud
La Estrella and trained by Mrs.
Viola" Camargo, will race with
blinkers in the future.
The Stud Rio Grande's Ezca-
say, formerly trained by Eupta Eupta-clo
clo Eupta-clo Garcia e Paredes, is now
listed as trained by Alberto Gar Garcia.
cia. Garcia. Gonetino and Hablando will
race under the colors of Da Daniel
niel Daniel Ciniglio Jn the future. Ci Ci-n:t;lio
n:t;lio Ci-n:t;lio is also listed as, their
trainer. These horses were
formerly the property of the
Stud Buena Fe and were train trained
ed trained by Luis H. Farrugia, It ha
been reported that the horses
are stil. under Farrugia'a care.
, One of the many native thor
oughbreds that will soon be
seen in action is presldente, a
three-year-old Chestnut colt by
Royal Coup out of Sheila Rhea.l
He ts owned by. Antonio Angui-'
zola' Jr. and trained by Oliver
BernaL '
TODAY!
3:15 5:10
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7:05 9:00 p.m.
Today r- Encanto .25
AT-9:00 P. M.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
On the Screen:1
"WHEN TOU'RE SMILING"
"David Hardin, Counterspy''-
Today IDEAL .20 -70
"FIGHTING DEVIL DOGS"
Chaps. 7-8
"Drums Along The Amazon"
"Rough Riders of Cheyenne"
...arrive fresh

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CA

the rich., fuIMIavorerJ' smoke

Pete Elliott Gets
3-Year Contract
To Coach California

1 today to brighten the future of
any ambitious football coach: A
three-year contract as head man
at the University of California and
23 returning lettermen to mohl
into a winning team,;
Elliott, head Nebraska coach for
' nnp season, wax nameo i. ai s neaa
mous choice of the executive com
mittee."
Englehard said the 30-year old
protege of Oklahoma's Bud Wil Wilkinson
kinson Wilkinson would have a free rein in
selecting' his assistants.
Hastings declined to mention
salary terms other than to say the
"financial .figure -agreed upon was
mutually satisfactory to both par parties."
ties." parties."
It has been learned 'unofficially
that Elliott signed for at least
$18,000 a year-w $3,500 more than
he got at Nebraska.
Simultaneously witn cats an
nouncement, Nebraska reported
Bill Jennings, bacKfieta. to.a c n,
was being promoted to the head
coaching spot. .'':. ,
Elliott inherits a team witb
Dlentv of notential. Of the 23 re
turning lettermen there are three
eood Quarterbacks and a solid
line.
DON
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Perseverance Pays Off
For Young Jimmy Price

When the Fastlich Teenage Base
ball League unofficially got un
derway last Wednesday, 15-year
old Jimmie rnce reanzea an am ambition
bition ambition he had nurtured for a long
time: he began the season as reg regular
ular regular backstop for the Ocelots nine.
Jimmie, the son of the weel weel-known
known weel-known 'expert on San Bias islands,
Indians and their folklore, "Jungle
Jim" Price, suffered a serious ac accident
cident accident two years ago: and spent a
whole month in the hospital. This
ruined his plans to make the team
of th limp, hut he didn't SIOD
trvintr
" v .1
, 1
The accident srives an indication
of Jimmie s resourcefulness ana
trigger r. quick JBWd, (Just the thing
a good-catcher.. needs). Coming
down a 'grade in Balboa on his
bicycle, Jimmy found he was go
ing to fast to stop .from running
onto a busy nignway, so ne turneo
the handle and headed straight for
the wall of a nearby ibullding. The
: i.-. i. 1 -b. .4- M144- Tiwi'vniA1 fiito
impact almost spilt Jimmies face
in two. i
When the short, stocky Jimmie
was first turned down for the
atehintr iob with the Ocelots, he
Lwas dejected but he wasn't a quit-
. u.i ah t
ter. He Kepi practicing unui linai linai-ly
ly linai-ly this year he was given the
green light, and you can bet he's
rinlifl
Ironically, this will be Jimmie's
HICHWAY

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C A M E L

always fresh always mild

last chance to ply in the Fasti Fasti-Uch
Uch Fasti-Uch Teenage League, b e c a u s
next year he wiU be' 16 too old
for the league. J
' i'
Jimmie is described by the
Principal of the Ancon School
where he was enrolled, as a boy
with a mind of his own, but a
good one,
'Confident but unassuming, .Jim .Jimmie
mie .Jimmie refused to be interviewed
when a member of the Fasthcft
organization began to show inter

est in .tne nne sponsmansmp n
aismaya on : ana on we neia. n1
, . re a. i:.IJ Tl
.V VL ..v.- V.... k
saiai nere lie uiuei uujs ou m
team more worthy of attention,
jboys who mado the team belort
he was awe to. ,
Others ha"d 'to be relied' on' toX
supply badeground infdrmatioa
bout young Jimmie Price.
In addition tobasebalL tJhnntle
is known as a boy with a Jo"
for dogs. He used to be frequent
0 e Tivoli Avenue .wallK
Uno twn Dalmatians.
Some of the parents ana rant
who attend this season's games at
Fastlich Park will be rooting ftfrV,
Jimmie to come through with
great season and go on to cavi,).
a niche for himself In baseball'.,
Hall of Fame.

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LLIFE INSURANCE
call
: JIM RIDGE
I General Agent
Gibraltar T if e Ins. Co.
'lor rates and information
i Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Mora
Phonai 2 245 1 r2 2562
Learn Riding
PANAMA RIDIN6 .nuv.
Riding tt Jumping Claua. daily
I to 5 -p.m.
Phono 2-2451
or by appointment.
"learn ballroom
Latin American Or Native.
Group elaase. or private lesson,
for Couple. Teenagers & Indi Individual..
vidual.. Individual.. HARNETTDUNN
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
$7.50
Mondat Thru Thursday
WC Balboa 2-2959
R tl personnel and tneur
famine only.
THE
NEW
canflD
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
1 1. mill it.
N. lork'
Colon
Panama
Rep. Ray Seeks
Jo Prosecute
Unwed Mothers
ATLANTA (UP) Rep. Jack
Ray of Warren County said ne
would introduce a bill today to
provide for criminal prosecution
of unwed mothers.
"Something has got to be done
about the increase of illegitimacy
in the state." he said. "We've got
to penalize the mother who
harilis enouch to brand a chill
with a lifetime stigma."
Ray pointed out also that his
bill likely will reduce the number
of claims for state welfare assist assistance
ance assistance for children born out of wed
lock, although that is not tne pri primary
mary primary aim.
Ray said that under his bill a
mother seeking such aid would
first have to swear out a warrant
against the alleged father in an
attempt to force him to support
the child.
Bad Drive,
Worse Lay
LOS ANGELES. Jan. 18 (UP
Norma Onpstad was stopped
yesterday when he said he at attempted
tempted attempted to escape from a wom woman
an woman driver. His car strucic a
house, veered into a parked car.
rolled onto the sidewalk, and
smashed a traffic signal.
ftECCHI
supernova
The only automatic super
machine because it does
a quarter million different
things.
A Standard Nerchi ran be
bad for S145.M with no
dawn payment and pay pay-neaU
neaU pay-neaU of only $1.28.
Casa ADMIRABLE
bed-r ttr Lafltr)
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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Fully automatic
Maytag washing machine, 60 60-cycle;
cycle; 60-cycle; upright piano, good con condition.
dition. condition. Phona Balboa 3144.
FOR SALE: Two twin beds, box
springs with mattresses (Sim (Simmons)
mons) (Simmons) on steel roller frames
$75; one G.I. double bed, box
spring with mattress, on steel
roller frame $40. Phona Albrook
76-4279. Qtrs. 124-B.
FOR SALE: Two new 2-burner
rock gas portable stoves $12 aa.
Balboa 1214.
FOR SALE: Davenport & chair,
good condition, $50. Phone 84 84-3102.
3102. 84-3102. FOR SALE: Dining table with 4
chairs, new $65, sale $15. Phona
87-4102. 2711-8, Sago Avenue.
Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Easy Spindryer 60 60-cycle
cycle 60-cycle washing machine $70.
8457 Margarita. Phona 3-2408.
FOR SALE: Double metal beds
with springs from $19, single
$14.50; metal chests of drawers
$9.50; wardrobes $19; china
closets $22; folding beds $22. $22.-50;
50; $22.-50; desk $29; Hollywood beds
with springs $37; 8-piece living
room set $45; 5-piece living
room sat $15; beautiful 5-piece
dinette set $75; linoleums $6. $6.-95.
95. $6.-95. Unequalled prices in com complete
plete complete bedroom, living and dining
room sets Fantastic Easy' Pay Payments.
ments. Payments. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
National Ave. No. 41. Phona
3-4911. 3-7348.

DISCUSSING EDUCATIONAL MATTERS with Brig. Gen. Louis V. Hlghtower,' deputy Com Commander,
mander, Commander, U.S. Army Caribbean, Fort Amador, are: vstt to right, Dr. Howard Y McClusky, pro professor
fessor professor of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor ( Mich.; Col. Miles R. Palmer, chief,
Educational Branch, Office of Armed Forces Information and Education, Department of De

fense; Dr. Charles S. Davis, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Florida State Univer University,
sity, University, Tallahassee, Fla. Hlghtower, and Dr. James E. Pease, Superintendent of Schools of La-

Grange, 111.

Florida State University Dean
Inspects CZ Military Education

rr rharlps s. Davis Dean of

the College of Arts and Sciences I An administrator from the
of Florida State University Tal- Florida State campus Is sched sched-lahassee.
lahassee. sched-lahassee. Fla., has been visiting tiled to arrive in the Canal Zone

the Canal 60ne 1US WeeH IU
arrant for Florida State to
urn w-t
program
fr llilorv rwrsnnne I
In the Caribbean area now con
ductd by Louisiana State Uni-,
'versity.
i Florida State University pre-,
1 sently has a college program lor
US. military personnel station.
ed in Puerto Rico, Cuba and at
i
Spanish School
Balboa Y.M.C.A.
Evenin? Classes
Mondays and Thursdays
Berinnerv Intermediates
Arl"Tc1.
Starting. MONDAY. Feb. 4th
Special Short Morning
Course
Mondavs, Tuesdays A
Thursdays
30 LEcSONS.
Sr TI-.air'aT. FEB. M'h
lnf.n..;ion : Kreii ..iioti
t YMC
Phona EA!.bA Zt?,$ r 2759

i-OR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent condition, clean,
one owner. Best offer over $900..
Phona 87-2294. Sea after 4
p.m. Qtrs. 30A, Clayton.
SELL OR SWAP: Two 1950
Chevrolet 4-doors and one 1 952
Chrysler 4-door, 6-cyl. Interest Interested
ed Interested in 1954 or 1955 Chevrolets.
Can be seen at the Atlas Garden.
Phone 2-4830, 2-2423.
FOR SALE: One 1953 Ply
mouth sedan, 30,000 miles, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, new tires, radio-heater,
tinted glass. Call
Cristobal 3-2488.
FOR SALE: '47 Olds, hydrama hydrama-tic,
tic, hydrama-tic, good condition, $150. Own-
er leaving country. 68-B Ave.
Peru, after 5 p.m., 3-0276.
FOR SALE: 1949 Mercury 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, radio, wsw tires.
Must sell. Will take best offer.
Call 4-551.
FOR SALE: 1947 Olds 4-door,
6-cyl. wradio, $199. Via Es-.
pana No. 2216. Phona 3-5086.
FOR SALE: 1957 Studebaker
Champion 4-door sedan, 2-tona.
wsw tires and radio. Owner
leaving. Bargain price. Financing
available. Kobbe 6276.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Chevrolet
1950, 1951, 1952 or 1953.
Phone 2-0740, Spencer.
several installations In Florida.
CU IV HCAl UlUUW W Oiai. T
eral courses in the new pro-
n
I Tentative plans Include class
ce in eininrterv Hnslneca law
. .. .-
' literature Latin A-
merican history, mathemal'cs.
Spanish, English compositlonand
psychology for the coming
'Spring tern.

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Announcements will be made.neloed us at a. time when the

later concerning actual course
offerings and definite class
schedules.
Davis has visited all spnlor
commanders and educations!
; facilities in the Canal Zone area
and feels confident that by of offering
fering offering a wide variety of courses
i the college program can be built
j up to several times the size of
its present enrollmentHe ar arrived
rived arrived In the canal Zone 8un
i day n wtll leav! for the Unit United
ed United States lter today.
j A 'so visiting; the area thl
week are: Dr. Howard T. fc fc-ClukT.
ClukT. fc-ClukT. rrof5sor of Psycholc-rv
!Universlt of Mlchiean, Anft Ar Ar-or.
or. Ar-or. Mlchi"n, and Dr. Jarre? B.
RapeHntenr'ent of Prhols.
I arrange. IP., both dur'nnai I
rrp""n. fo- th Trtmrtrrt
nt Tv're pt mewHers of ti
r-r-w on Ftrctn
: ar-via rnj rol. 'le
y9inr. rhlf. Fnrfon t!i.i
. Office 'of Armed Forces Infer-1

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Box trailer $45.
12-ft. boat and 5-hp. motor
$175, Cushman Scooter duty
paid as is $45, hunting bow,
6 arrows $10. Phone 5-366.
FOR SALE: Wonderful oppor opportunity.
tunity. opportunity. Pair of Cocker Spaniels.
Tivoli Ave. No. 21-A-24, Apt.
7, office hours.
FOR SALE: Brand new Win Winchester
chester Winchester model 63, automatic .22
rifle. Call Albrook 2201.
MAHOGANY
Spanish Cedar Maria
Retail Sales
LUMBER YARD
(Rear of El Rancho Garden)
CIA. FORD, S. A.
Tels. Panama 3-1257, 3-1258.
FOR SALE: Custom-made sev-en-ft.
long mahogany bar, three
shelves, four stools. Cost $400.
Sacrifice $125. Phone 87-4102.
271 1-8, Sago Avenue, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing ma machine
chine machine with motor, including bob-,
bin case. Singer hemstitching at attachment
tachment attachment and pinking machine,
$90. House 249-A Limon Place,
Gatun.
FOR SALE: Horsa, gelding. Can
bo aeon at Pacific Saddle Club.
(U.8. Army Photo)
Nasser Asks For
Clarification
Of Ike's Doctrine
CAIRO, Jan 18 (UP) In an

l.i.,,,. ... aW WM,K SiiivUi. a.-v asao vraaw i j
"'2? uWlth ,G:k"AS.,t to the United States ahead of

paper Ethnos, president Nasser
saiii "no ariirltftrl r.n Ki-
- . .i
saia -we nave studied uie m
ennower aocinne ana bskpu
the American government to
give us clarification of some.
vague points In it."
'
Comparing Russia's attitude to
tnat of the West Nasser aaaeo:
"The Rusiana have r e a 1 1 v
west refused to help ns. When
th wst nutrht tn lntemat'on-1
(7 th 6i,M rnai Rnxai aun-1
ported our nolnt of ylew." I
"When we were attacked Rus Russia
sia Russia warned the .gtressor. We
requested wheat, the Wst re refused
fused refused and Russia supplied us
with wheat."
"These are reasons for te E
gyptian people's graatltude.
While Russia, helps as the Un't
ed States freeies $50,000,000 and
Britain frees; $42,000,000.
mation and Education, Depart Department
ment Department of Defense.
pr. McClusky.. Dr. Pease and
rj0 palmer will also leave the
c?nal zone today, but will visit
educational facilities at. U. a
Armed Forces Installatlcms in
Puerto Rico and Cuba before re-
turning to the United States.

Apartment

ATTENTION, 0. 1.1 'Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 ; bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone) Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedreem apart apart-'
' apart-' mant (corner) living-dining
room, $70, screened. 56 Belisa Belisa-no
no Belisa-no Porras. Kay apartment No, 2.
Information phona 2-2316 or 3-r
0234.
FOR RENT: A two-bedroom,
screened apartment in new house.
Living-dining room, kitchen, ga garage,
rage, garage, maid's room with bath,
' laundry porch, hot water instal-
lation. Near Santuaria Nacionaf.
$90. Phona 2-0481 office hours.
FOR RENT: In El Cangrejo, 2 2-bedreem
bedreem 2-bedreem apartment with diniag diniag-living
living diniag-living room, kitchen, laundry,
maid's room, ate. Call 3-3742.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Automobile Row, No. 45.
Call from 6 p.m. 3-4312.
FOR RENT: Largo ana venti ventilated
lated ventilated apartments on 4th of July
Avo. T1-352 (facing entrance
to Quarry Heights). Inquire same
building 9 to 12 noon and 2 to 6
p.m. or phono 2-2037 anytime.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Clayton neighbors, regular
transportation, $50. Phone 3 3-0471.
0471. 3-0471. FOR RENT: Beautiful, modern
two bedroom furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Including houseware. Pe Peru
ru Peru Ave. 37-48. -..i;.,,.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, bedroom, living room, din dining
ing dining room,' perch, kitchen, beau beautiful
tiful beautiful view, centrally located, cool,
quiet. Phono 3-081 1r 3-0276.
FOR RENT: 2-bedreem apart
ment, separata maid's room, ga garage;
rage; garage; unfurnished, in high, eeel
locality in El Cangroja, $110.
Phone: eHice hours 2-0321, aft after
er after office hours 2-3525.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apart-.
. apart-. ment fike chalet, Bella Vista. 3 j,
bedrooms, X baths, drawing-din-
ylng room, u bet .water. garage,
maid's room $135, 48tb Street.
Apply 47th Street Nt. 17, left v
aide. .". V.' '.
FOR RENT Recently painted I
apartment, concrete building. ;
Living dining room, bedroom,
kitchen, yard $50. "Urbaniia "Urbaniia-cian
cian "Urbaniia-cian La Pradera," facing La Ga Ga-rantia
rantia Ga-rantia Furniture Factory, Saba Saba-nas.
nas. Saba-nas. Phone 3-2796.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment wrefrigarator, porch, parlor-dining
room, bedroom, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, tiled, screened $55. Inouiro
112 Via Belisarie Porrea, near
Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Private entrance, large liv living
ing living room, dining room, two bed bed-reems,
reems, bed-reems, two baths, maid's quar quarters,
ters, quarters, lacked garage. Lovely resi residential
dential residential section. Phone Panama
3-0873.
Red Cops Beat Up
Wife Whose Hubby
'Kidnaped' Plane
VIENNA, Jan. 18 (UP) A
Hungarian woman said today she
was grilled and beaten by Com Communist
munist Communist police- after her husband
"kidnaped" a Red airliner and
forced it to land In the West.
Mrs. Julia Jakaby, 25, said Red
secret police also tried to force
her to apply for a divorce.
Mrs. Jakaby escaped to Austria
last Friday, seven months after
her husband, Josef, fled to free freedom
dom freedom by seising an airliner at
pistol point and forcing the pilot
bring it down on a West German
field.
Jakaby still was in West Ger
many. He was quoted as saying
in Frankfurt that his wife may
mm
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out. 4moj amu uiai wiuim
hours of her husband's escape,
Hungarian secret police gave her
the first of a long series of
grlllings.
"The DOliee stood me sisinst a
wall and shone bright spotlights
iin my face," sne said. "Tiiey
1 grilled me for eight hours on end
and each time I did not say
(exactly what they wanted they
beat me.
Mrs. Jakaby said she twice
tried to escape across the border.
On her third and successful at
tempt, she had to leave her
8-month -old son behind with her
mother la Budapest.
"Even at this cost. I decided
to flee because I feared I might
be deported," she said.
Dressed To Kill?.
WINDSOR," England (VP A
spokesmaa for the renowned
Grenadier Guards today denied a
guards captaia donned his full
dress uniform to kill a mad bul bullock.
lock. bullock.
Capt J. R. S. Besley just hspi
pened to.be wearing full dress,
complete with sword and spurs,
st the time, the spokesmaa said.
The bullock was lulled by twe
rifle shots fired by another offi officer.
cer. officer. . i

RESORTS

Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat-.,
isfying vacations Santa ,v Clara
B t a c h. Shrapnel's furnished
' houses. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772,
Spend, your week tnda at Rio
I War, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveni-..
.. conveni-.. onces. Moderate prices. ; The
.new management is anxious to
serve you.
Gremlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottagos. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phono Gamboa
d-441. - ..,
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
belch house. On mile past Ca-
sine. Phono Balboa 1366.
PHILLIPS Oceansidt Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 33S Diablo Hts.
phen Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
3-1673
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: In new building,
modern office, excellent location,
Cameo Alegro. Call 3-0702 or
2 2466.
FOR RENT: Commercial site,
Jose Francisco da la Ossa Ave.
No,. 77 and Mariano Arosemona.
Phone 3-0749, 2-3056.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
Istudiante Street 14-29, Apt. 3.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Good homo for dog
(mala Boxer). Interview requir required.
ed. required. Phono Balboa 3791.
Position Offered
WANTEDi Bilingual executive
' eocretarv farknackl II i
WKermanent petition fer oxeep-M
" peiavn, riBsJStinr urroUfifl )'
Ry.m'm w,i
4356. La' Exposicioa.H.,; J
WANTED: Spanish English
speaking young miss with ma ma-china
china ma-china sowing notions and selling
aptitude. CASA ADMIRABLE,
ext to the Lottery Building.'
WANTEDi 4 bilingual-secretaries,
feed pay. Must knew short short-band.
band. short-band. Apply Sorvlclas y Coloca Coloca-cjones.
cjones. Coloca-cjones. Camera de Cemercio No.
T "...

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y-Jh 3(tm G BRINK (,eft' 8hake hands with Lt Col.
J. JI. Campbell (rlgnt), at the closeof change of command
ceremonies at Fort Kobbe recently. Brink became the new
commanding officer of the second battalion, 20th Infantry.
Campbell has been assigned to the Q-3 section at Headquar Headquarters,
ters, Headquarters, (JSARCARIB. (UA Army photo)

' Ve Service V CALL II
Brands ; W: J; jyj j
AD Work Gaaraateed for 'II i
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FOR RENT

Houses
t FOR RENTir-2-bedroom chalet
f with garage,' at "Barriada Do Domingo
mingo Domingo Oiax'V (Ingenio) No. 65.
For information- inquire Pueblo
NueVo No. 4 1 72, "Abarroferia
Mario," Phone 3-4822.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALEi Two Chris Craft
. 145-horsepower marina anginas,
dual controls, panels, automatic
; reverse gears, In excellent oper operating
ating operating condition. See Albert Bar Bar-ten,
ten, Bar-ten, Balboa Yacht Club.
FOR SALE:i-l 8-foot sloop, 4 4-cylinder
cylinder 4-cylinder inboard. Best offer. Rob Robert
ert Robert Harris, Albrook 2166.
Wanted Position
Student in radio-T.V. desires part
. or full-time work with competent
firm. Contact Radio Technician;
Box 1522, Paraiso, CZ.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Brown leather case, in
Panama City, Wednesday. Per Personal
sonal Personal papers Inside. $10 reward
offered for its return. Call T-Sgt.
Jordan, phono 86-21 61 Albrook.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE OR RENT: El Valle:
large 4-bedroom house, 1500
square feet enclosed plus 830
square feet of covered terrace
and carport. Also separate con-
crate house with servant's quar quarters
ters quarters and bath. Completely fur-,
nished with all modern conveni conveniences
ences conveniences including .hot water.- Lo- -cated
an 3 hectares of high land V
with- beautiful ia f w.lLw
About;, 75 bearing fruit- trecsil
wan e subdivided into several
. lots. Sale price $16,000 for ov-"'
- arything. Phona Balboa 3060.
FOR SALE: Lots at Parque Le Le-fevre
fevre Le-fevre and Rio Abajo, $1.50,
$2.50, $3 per meter. 3rd Street,
Rio Abajo, No. 2311, Mrs. Una.
Phone 2-4025.
FOR SALE: 3-hectare farm on
highway near Rio Arraijan with
8-reom house. Call Panama 2-5075.

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cT.t. C0LPAN
A-l USED CAR
' Dandy buys, swtd ttrni
'52 FORD
Tudor
$750
'52 STUDEBAKER
Tudor
$200
'54 FORD
Tudor
$1,195
'52 PONTIAC;
Hardtop
'51 NASH -r
Station Wagon (.
; $295
'49 MERCURV
Convertible
$150
USED
CAR
at our
ULTRAMODERN
SH 6 W L O T
AUTO ROW V
Panama 3-7010
Colon 446: c':

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(Or Less Employes)
On U.Ss Payroll
WASHINGTON (UP) Shaking
of the dangers Of inflation and tha
high cost of government, at Pres President
ident President Eisenhower was doing this
wek In his budget message, here
are soma off-beat facta and fig figures:
ures: figures: f
TbVTax Foundation, 30 Rocke Rocke-felltr
felltr Rocke-felltr XJentef New York; recently
calculated that the number of per persons
sons persons on the United States govern government
ment government payroll exceeds the popula population
tion population of Sweden; 7.4 million and
t.2 million, respectively.
On a rough estimate of $3,500
as the average annual cost of a
government employee, the federal
payroll would be about $28 billion.
Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va) has
heckled presidents for years to
cut the federal payroll. This is the
stralghfest read to economy, says
Bjrd. The trend seems, hovtver.l
to be against him. A news item
reported this week that some cor

ridors in tue enormous reniagon
building here were being parti partitioned
tioned partitioned to make more desk room

for more government workers.
Deficit Financing Responsible
Vorld War II and the Roosevelt
Truman noliciei of deficit finan

cing 'Substantially increased the
public-debt during the past quar quarter
ter quarter century. The annual interest

on the public debt lnereasett trom
$89 million in 1933. when FDR
took over, to $7 billion in 1958.
' The debt has increased from

lust more than $1 -billion as of

March, 191T, just before the Unit Unit-ad
ad Unit-ad States entered World War I,

to nearly $273 billion today. The
Interest is a first charge on Treas Treasury
ury Treasury revenue each year.
When the Treasury comes up at

fiscal 'year-end with a surplus,
which aasnl been often for many
years, the administration must
decide whether to rut taxes vr
continue the, public debt. It is a
hard choice.
May Sf Retard -"
The returns will not be. io on
T, dnt Eisenhower's first four
ytart of tax collecting until the
lent fiscal year ends June,
30. He is averaging around $70

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Mayor Blames 'High School Kids'
For Tallahassee Race Violence:
AN INDEPENDENT
DAILY. NEWSPAPER
TALLAHASSEE. Fla.. Jan' la'lr .!., r ih. i ...
(UP) Tallahassee ant.horlt.UnN.. ...i. ZZZTl' v
today blamed latest racial vio- Montgomery, which ended with
lence here on "high achool kids" court-ordered buS tateeratlon
but promised Gov. r.ecov rnl-
"Le the people know the truth and the country is safe", Abraham Lincolr-
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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1957

FTY1 CENT

.PRINCIPALS IN MURDER HEARING The preliminary hear hearing
ing hearing which will decids whether Dr. John Bodkin Adams (right)
; VW stand trial for murder in the death of wealthy widow
ftri. Edith Morrell (left) moved into its second das -in Lon London
don London tneland. In its opening statement on Jan. 14 the i prose prosecution
cution prosecution charged that Adams murdered Mrs. Morrell with over over-'
' over-' doses of heroin and morphine.
'
Accused Doctor Speeded Action

On Dying Patient's $2800 Check

Texas Democrat Backs Ike Tax Stand;
Backing Sure, Even If Budget Is Cut

mmt,-',..
BiSTBOURNE, Jan. 18 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The partner of an Eastbourne doc doctor'
tor' doctor' Tccused of murdering three
ot 'his wealthy patients for gain,
told -a Magistrate's Court today
t8at;37-year old Dr. John Bodkin
Adams said he had promised Mrs.
Gertrude Hullett he would never

allow her to go to hospital or a
putsjjtfg home. ..
; Adam hi been fb r m 1 1 y
charged with murdering 81 -yea r-
elcLMr. Edith Aliet Morrell by
'-"massive" overdoses of drugs.
V.He has also been accused by
the prosecution of killing Mrs. Hul Hullett'
lett' Hullett' and her husband, Alfred.
The crown produced yesterday
thV Itory of a dead man's
teation that Adams killed his weal wealthy
thy wealthy patients for profit.
Mi grimly serious.
Tor the first time in the pre pre-iitn9rii
iitn9rii pre-iitn9rii hvariiiir which will de

termine whether he stands trial
for murder, the pudgy 57-year-old

bachelor, one oi tne mosi
ed physicians in this resort city,
w2& grimly srious.
s ShaW.. Hi. H.ad
Ho hook his head angrily from
time to time as he made notes.
Att-of yesterday's testimony dea.t
with the deaths of Hullett, ana his
wile Gertrude, 50, who died with within
in within rf our months of each other in

. Th pmwn brought in the Hul

lett cases in seeking to establish

similar pattern oi deam in me
three cases.
The nrosecution contends thai

all three died of over-doses of nar narcotics.
cotics. narcotics. All three left bequests to

Adams in their wills.
A pharmacist, Mrs. Elizabeth
TenDle. told the court that Dr.

Adams personally presented a
prescription for hyperdunc mor morphine
phine morphine made out to A. J. Hullett.
Sh said "I think it must have
been Man;h 14, 1956."
Tells Of Check
Hullrtt died early on the morn

ing of March 14. 1956. The crown

contends vr. warns
with an overdose of morphine and
thea presented the prescription in
thejMead (man's name to replace
hisuiupply of the drug.
Bank cashier Kenneth Pill told
thepurt that four months later
Adams asked him to rush through
a check from Mrs. Hullett for
$2,800 by special procedure al although
though although there was no doubt the
check was good.
The check was dated July 17.
Pin aiA Adams presented the

check on July 18. Mrs. Hullett s
housekeeper testified today that
on Jtrfy 19 Mrs. Hullett appeared

in perfect health. Nurse Agnes
Higgings testified she was callel
to attend Mrs. Hullett on July 20
and found her in a coma. Mrs(
Hullett died at dawn on July 23
The crown charges that Dr.
Adams was anxious to rush the

check through because he kne v writing House
Mrs. Hullett was going to die dur- Committee.

mg the weekend and reahzd the
check might not be honored if she

died before it cleared.
In her will Mrs. Hullett left Ad

ams a Rolls Royae valued at

$10,000.

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UP),

Speaker Sam Rayburn came out
today against any general tax cut

this year even if Congress trims
President Eisenhower's record
peacetime spending budget.
Two years ago the Democratic
leader led the fight to enact a
tax cut over Mr. Eisenhower's
opposition. The bill, which would
have cut income taxes $20 a per person,
son, person, was (approved by the House
but killed by the Senate.
NO Tax Cot

But Rayburn joined the Presi President
dent President in opposing a tax cut under
present conditions. His stand was
significant in view of his high
position and the fact his views
alwavs are sought by the tax-

Ways & Means

Little League

Boys 6, Girls 3

Nine babies were born in coco
Solo Hospital during; the period
ending at midnight Wednesday,
according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital report. During that period 66
patients were admitted and 53
were discharged.
a
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following American citizens: SFC
and Mrs. Theodore iszard, of
Fort Gulick, son; SP-2 and Mrs.
Jorge Qulnones, of Fort Gulick,
daughter; and EN-1 and Mrs.
Lloyd wicks, of Coco Solito, son.
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following parents of Panamanian

nationality: Mr. and Mrs. Hec Hector
tor Hector Thomas, of colon, son; Mr.

and Mrs. Henry Simmons, of

Colonson; Mr. and Mrs. Dioni-

sio Vitola, of Color, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Matias Altahona, of colon

daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Vernal

Bryan, of colon, daughter; and
Mrs. and Mrs. Rupert Shoy, of
Rainbow City, a son.

Mr. Eisenhower ruled out any
overall tax cuts in his $71,800, $71,800,-000,000
000,000 $71,800,-000,000 budget and called for
extension of sales and corporate
tax rates, now scheduled to drop
April 1. Economy-minded cn cn-gressmen
gressmen cn-gressmen promised every effort
to cut the President's budget but
apparently saw little hope of

making substantial reductions.

Two other Democrats Senate
Maioritv Leader Lyndon B. John

son and Sen. John JxSparkman

spoke out against various phases
of the administration's housing,
farm and small business pro

grams.

G.t. Home Leans
Johnson Introduced a bill to

pump 51,4UU,UUU,uuu uuo a piu piu-gram
gram piu-gram of direct federal loans to

ex -U.I. nomeDuyers wnu
had difficulty finding mortgage
money. He said it would open

"bottle-necks" in the G.I.

loan program

The bill would make available

25 per cent of the national life

Insurance fund, the veterans in
surance fund, to. finance the pro-

gram. The direct loans would

carry 4V4 per cent interest, com compared
pared compared with S per cent on FHA
loans.
The Veterans Administration
now has a 300 million dollar fund
fpr direct loans but little of the
money has been made available.

Bills similar to Johnson's have

been introduced in the House by
Reps. Wright Patman (D-Tex)

and Olin E. Teague (D-Tex).

Profit To Treasury

homei"making it virtually Impossible

for small farmers to stay in busi business."
ness." business." He said the administra administration's
tion's administration's "present concept is based
on low farm prices."
"Income loss can only be made
up through federal subsidies of
various types," he said. "As long
as they continue that kind of
policy, they are making it harder

Johnson said any profit from
the loan program would go to the

Treasury. The Treasury also

would make up any loss but John Johnson
son Johnson said chances of a loss are
"practically negligible."
Johnson also charged that the

administration's farm policies are

for small farmers to stay in
business."
Sparkman, chairman of the Sen

ate bmail Business committee,
said Mr. Elsenhower's budget
proposals showed "almost total
disregard for the plight of small

business" despite earner propos

als endorsing tax relief for' small

business.

deny admission to a Negro grad grad-uate
uate grad-uate student. Miss Ama. Vh.

ley 23, .or any other similarly
Qualified Neero aDDlicants

- The universitv hart mi v.-

waeed bv Nem-oe her- n tn 1:!-": l? Produce

w ".7. .-V . -ww-uiUHiiwi oi "eilcihllltw

mediate and effectfye" action

to nait vandalism against Ne

gro wonertrsuch aa the ehoot

Ing at a Negro leader's borne

ana brick throwing at parked

vara two nignts ago.

First Class Stamp

May Be Boosted
From 3 to 5 Cents

LITTLE I. IX 1

3

TWa tfwikl with huilHinn In

'jSe suburbs is rhot by the time
yew finish poying for the ploee the
jpjhurbs hove moved 10 miles 'or-
eherout.

I .Weather Or Not
' Tkie weatlrar reMrt far tha 24
kr eediaf I a.m. Udiy. it r r-pirai
pirai r-pirai r tin Mtrlof icl and
Hy4rrliK Branch ( Iba aa aa-Ceaai
Ceaai aa-Ceaai Cawaanrt

Communists Hint
Diehard Stalinists
May Quietly Retire
LONDON, Jan. 18 (UP) Com Communist
munist Communist sources hinted here todav

that Nikita Khruschev's "surviv

al would be assured shortly by
the quiet "retirement" of remain remaining
ing remaining diehard Stalinists in the Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin leadership.'

Old guard Stalinist and former
Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov
might be the first to be pensioned
off, the sources predicted. Molo

tov is still a first deputy premier.
Khrushchev, the Communist Par Party
ty Party chief, is held to be "over the
hump'' now, having emerged as
victor over his arch-Stalinist op opponents
ponents opponents largely with the help of
Red China.
But he has been forced to com

promise heavily on his de Stalin Stalin-ization
ization Stalin-ization and liberalization policy
line.
Former Premier Gcorsi Malen Malen-kov.
kov. Malen-kov. a middle-of-the-road man, is
likely to move into the party lead-

ersnip to keep the balance, the

sources said.

Somoza Defendants
Hear Last Defense
In Managua Trials

MANGUA, Nicaragua, Jan. 18
(UP) A board of Nicaraguan
rmv nffirprs convenes today to

hear final defense arguments in
the trial of 22 persons charged
with complicity in the assassina assassination
tion assassination of President Anastasio Somo Somoza.
za. Somoza. Somoza was shot and fatally
wounded while attending a dance
in the city of Leon Sept. 21. He

died Sept. 29 in a Panama Canal
Zone hospital.
Tha prosecution asked tha death
penalty yesterday for four of the
23 defendants being tried by

courts martial.
Army prosecutor Lt. Austin Tor Torres
res Torres Lazo said the assassins used
poisoned bullets and showed no

mercy to Somoza, wno naa serveu
as President for 20 years.

DRY TOAST

WASHINGTON (UP) Two tem

perance organizations nave pro-

WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 (UP)-

The administration will ask Con-

ercss to increase the cost of

mailing a first-class letter from

3 to 5 cents, sources said today.

A request to boost tirst class
mail in A cpnls eot throueh the

House last year. But it died in

the Senate.

These sources said President
Eisenhower's budget request for
a 654 million dollar a year hike
in, postal rates "presupposes" a
S cent tharge for a first class
stamp. ,.i '"."v "H."
! The request faces almost cer certain
tain certain Congressional opposition.
The proposal may be coupled
with a plan that would practically
eliminate a special airmail serv service.
ice. service. The administration is consid considering
ering considering asking authority to carry
all regular first class letters by;
air over long hauls.

If the regular letter rate were

boosted to 5 cents and long dis

tance mail moved by air, sources

believe the separate 8 cent air
mail service would "die off."

The Post Office now carries

much first class mail by air in
some parts of the country at no

extra charge. But this Is done on

an experimental", basis when

airlines .have extra space avail

able. ft

The administration request will

include rate hikes in second class
(newspapers and magazines) and
third class (advertising matter)

mail.
Sen. Frank Carlson (Kan), rank

ing Republican on the .Senate Post
Office Committee, predicted that
Congress will pass some rate

increase.

He said Congress should de

termine how much of the mail

service should pay its own way

and how much should be charged
to the taxpayers as a public

service.

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ROOART DIES OP CANCER Actor HumDhrev Boeart, 6howHl

here with his wife, actress Lauren Bacall, and their two chil

dren, Stephen and Leslie, died oi cancer at' nis tionywooa
home. Miss Bacall was at his side when the end came.
Hollywood Pays Reverent Tribute

To Cancer-Victim Humphrey Bogart

tested to President Eisenhower
about a reported plan to toast him
with free champagne at his inaug

ural ball.

Both protests were signed by

Mai. Clayton M. Wallace execu

tive director of the National Tern

perance

the National Tempera

WaTaceTent1- one telegram. JKh 'IT&LJL
p,Mn ..vino h. hH Br,,lsn. a,r r wa.

iBritishAF Pilot

I To Face Court

League and president f Martial In CvnriK
anal Temperance and Pro- T,u,l,UI 111 V.yprUb

HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 18 (UP)

Hollywood, which had taken the
barbs of Humphrey Bogart's wit

and cyncism for years, para im
most "reverent final tribute yester-

dav to the actor who "never iook

himself too seriously." 1

In sorrow the great personalities

of filmdom mourned Bogan s
death from cancer last Monday at

memorial services. His iriena ana
director, John Huston, summed upi

Hollywood's feelings Dy saying
"There will never be another like

him." v

The All Saints Episcopal

Church of Beverly Hills was filled

to its 650-seat capacity and a
crowd estimated at 3,200 gathered

Brazil Asks US
For $500-Million
Economic Aid

RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan. 18

on lawns of mansions adjoinini
the church.
While Bogart's friends paid theii
last respects to his memory, the
body of the 57-year-old actor was

cremated at Forest Lawn Memo

rial Park in Glendale, about- 20

milp awav. That's the wav Bo

gart 4nd bis widow, actress Laur Lauren
en Lauren Bacall, decided the last rites
should be conducted.

At .the church in compliance

with Miss Bacall's request,
virtually no flowers were display

ed. Only about a dozen sprays
stood outside the church. Inside a

model of Bogart's yacht, the 55-

foot yawl Santana stood near, the
altar.

Monteomerv. Ala v. h r"""" ,ul engiDinty or

w i -w 1 vuxjci mi irB. i rnnrflnfov"

accompaniea by recurring dam- cal schools of twlta 1U"

In Montgdmerv four churches

ana two homes were dynamited
eight days ago. i
"This kind of kwlessness is

inexcusable and it must be ston

ped,; Collins saleL "I hope the

cuy ana county authorities real

ized the necessity for Immedi

ate ana effective action."

Mayor John HumDhress said

he believed the latest Incidents WASHINGTON" Jan i mt
were the work of --TiljriKbodU-u:

kids- but added, "It is danger- ny) predicTed a, the
ousand must be stopped." House' Judieiarv

Civil Rights Law
May Start Travel

Through Congress

Police chief Frank Stont-

amlre ad, Tm meeting my
policemen shift bv shift and

telling them I expect them to

do something about it"

start a civil rights bill on it.

through' Congress shortly, ;
' He made the forrat n

nouncing that he may call a sub-

L-oinmiuee mto session next week

In Montgomery, nolfce Chief rM" .ZZZ?

C. J. RuppenthaLdisclosed sev- m0st cotovTcwtfM h.
eral suspects both Negro and lawmakers ;
white, have been arrested but Celler said Judiciary Committ.
released for lack of evidence. member's want tn ,"at riA

Detective Capt. E. P. Brown civil ripht i0i.i.n""

reported the discovery of an un- possible 0
exploded bomb concealed In a He also' said that legislation
paper bag- in shallow water un- patterned after last year's Bm
der a bridge. would whip through the commlt-
Brown said the bomb formed tee "like a n

by several sticks "of dynamite 1956 measure passed the House
connected with a fuse resembled but wound up in a Senate 'nieeon.
an exploded bomb found in the hole. pigeon-

yard of a minister's home dam- President Eisenhower rn,.j

aged in the mass dynamitlngs. his .appeal for civil rights leaisla leaisla-Other
Other leaisla-Other developments in t h e tion tin his Stat, f Tini-

South', racial segregation con- message to tongress last week
troyery included: : Even. before that adminisrr.Hn

1- The University of Ala- leaders decided to make an all-out
bama sought to defend itself fight for the program despite a
against .Federal contempt ae- threatened southern fini...

tion at a hearing tn Arming- They are given some chance of
ham stemming, from the ex- getting a, moderate bill

ueuer- said he did not plah .to
nave the ludieiarv anim uiji

i. aawuv alVJU
r.?arin8onL.the 'flM'tion because
I don t think we heed thm

We bad exhaustive hearings last
year.?;- ;.... .'
h-T1?S ciU right" iurt passed
by tha House last year was sub- -stantiallv
in lln itk mr

pulsion of a Negro coed, Authe

rine Lucy, after campus rioting

'last February. The coed, now

Mrs. Autberine Lucy Foster,

had been admitted under Fed'

eral court order. She was ex

pelted for accusing the univer

slty of starting1 the riots to

provide an excuse for expel
linr her. -yc:-,': i?--t- i';:

2. The Alabama Court bf At- vided for:

peals took under advisement the A bipartisan commission to in.
plea of Negro muVster Martin vestigate civil rights violations
Luther king for dismissal of a creation of a civil rights division
$500 fine imposed for his lead- ur the Justice Cerjartmont rr..f

ership in a 12-month racial bus Jf protection of minority voting
boycott in Montgomery. King "Shts and authority for the attor-

was convicted under a little-used general tne prosecute civil
anti-boycott law during the ear- nents violations in the federal

courts.. j -.

Celler alreadv hat tnf-.,j

legislation incorporating these

provisions plus some strongs
ones. But even the 1958 bill would
have to be watered down to be
acceptable to Dixie senators.

Probe Nay Stall

Refugee Program

SJSS!&, Grand Jury Relfres

B To Jludy Evidences

Of Body Kidnapping

WASHINGTON.

Administration hopes for speedy

Congressional action on its

garian refugee program dimmed

today

Chairman Francis E. waiter

.Bogart's friends, ranging from
stars to stagehands, all were
there.

.Among the celebrities who lis-!

tened quietly to the prayers of

of the House Immigration Sub

committee announced the sub- HOLLYWOOD Jan m'firm
committee will conduct a.rl in- a t.

vestigation of the Hungarian Fe- today S aSSf Kn.
fugee program a. it ha. been Stffi

conducted so far.

Walter said no. refugee le le-gislation
gislation le-gislation will be considered by
the subcommittee until the in investigation
vestigation investigation is completed.

He said the subcommittee

wants to find out how ef fee

tively the government screened

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Rep. Thomas J. Lane (D Mass).

who served a jail term for federafj

income tax evasion last year, was
renamed today as chairman of
the House Judiciary subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee on federal claims. Lane was
re-elected last November.

build a guided missile observation and Ida. Lupino.

nost on Brazil's rernanno ae nor- ........

h.t "rt.i, win. infpr rn -I 'll, '! '""'. "in- iclnnH ,h. newsnsner Diario IOflY

PTr?",:r?. te"Jt,ar"ti?fi,!.r!! rrr VSt bomber to i cJi w tody.

,"""m" "" J '"""""s ""avoid taking part in an attack on 1 ""'i"P';.
champaigne as an advertising de- Egypt last November. reflects the views of the Brazilian
vice. fhe charges were brought Envernment, sM the proposal
"We protest the usp of alcoholic Eainst RAF rivinir nffir nn. would be submitted to U.S. Am-

beveraEes at these balls and call nix R Kpnvnn m ..nt.in f bassador Ellis G. Briggs today

Canberra jet bomber that failed or tomorrow.
to take off on a raW Nov. 1. The United States has been ne ne-Kenyon
Kenyon ne-Kenyon was accused of causing cotiating with Brazil for construc construc-the
the construc-the undercarriage of his plane to tion of the station for nearly a
be partly retracted prior to the year. Reports late in December

is Ke-on "with the intent to re leve said an aereemem naa oevn,

naped. beaten and hpM .nti

u .

uuura wan.

The Jurors, after listening la
mere than Bine hours of testi testimony
mony testimony yesterday deliberated for

n neur last night before
iourning until Tuasdav

Police earlier thi. wc.v

mitted to the United States. He I"".8 "I the laP tof the- rand
said the subcommittee also IYF? er. week investiga-

wants to learn, how far the ad- .Jl, l0. prove or disprove"

minUtraUon "intends to go" in .l"e 'onae actress was kid kid-granting
granting kid-granting temporary, admission to "P" irora her home last Jan. 4.
refugees fleeing Red terror." Jhe jurors reportedly decided to
President Eisenhower is ex- tke no immediate action because
pected to send Congress specific 'ck of greement."

hrnnniali I Th irlrui tnM l .1.

to son, Joan Fontaine, Howard DulflwUhin the nm. two .4. wi. for 24 hours he wa w JL'l

ter said the subcommittee would by two "Latin-tyoe" men hn k.

decide Tuesday when to open its ducted her from her home. Before-

investigation. entering me closed session, she
said "this is one last nrrinai i mv

CrorH Klmnnrn W";.orin Wmptw to

- i.wwm.v ijuBiice.

the Rev. Kermit Castellanos and nKlan refugees already ad-

the eulogy delivered by Huston
were Gary Cooper, Katharine

Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, Dick

Powell, Tony Martin, Charles Boy Boy-er,
er, Boy-er, Jennifer Jones, Danny Kaye,

Danny Thomas, Dean Martin, Er-

(UP) Brazil will ask the United roi Hynn, Mariene Dietrich, Greg Greg-States
States Greg-States for $500 million economic ry Peck, James and Pamela Ma-

aid in return for permission

attention to the fact that British
sovereigns have for years perml perml-ted
ted perml-ted their healths to be drunk in
water.
"We suggest that the chain'
pagne be omitted and that the

original plan for non-alcoholic
beverages be carried out intact."

himself

orders."

from carrying out his (reached, except for final wording

Husfon, who directed Bogart fa
his Academy award-winning per

formance in "The African Oueen,

described .Bogart's courage in the
last days of his fight against the

ravages of cancer.

He disclosed for the first time

that (n the final weeks of his life
Bogart had become so emaciated
that he could be moved around
his borne only in a wheelchair and

bad to be lowered by a dumb

of the documents.

Navy Criticized For Atomic Submarine Cutbacks-Now;
Navy Squabble Hinted; Senator Alarmed On Situation

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 fUP Navy over the future of the ato 4. Anoeerher the Navy wan has
Sen. Henry M Jackson (D Wash ) mic submarine. The iaveatigatiOA IS atamic tvbmarinea either au-

cruictzea the Navy today for wilt be carried out bv the Military lariiad. urwi.r canttruct aa. ar thn tvm mm. on hue atnmio.

'curtailing" its atomic submarine Applications Subcommittee of the campialed. leered" supercarrief requested ia
program at a time when the weap- Joint Congressional Atomic Eaer-1 Jackson, who ill the past hat next vr' hudreLTHe oWrveH

on represents "the great hope of'gy Committee. Jackaoa heads the prodded the Navy to accelerate that Dr. Edward Teller, leadinf.

waiter elevator from the upper

floor to the library where be met

guests.
"No one who sat in his presence

in the final weeks could ever for-

- T CaaJam Miss McDonald has said that the
ICe 10 rreCGOm two men 'beat her. then nn.hM

it,.........:.....'- h" out their r ?' desolate

inlrtlft f ALLS. IX. T. I llPLif1Ktt arsl IHirlntf ha t-4

A 23-year-old Hungarian refugee ny yesterday, the actress said she

entered, the United Statea from "rlumi nn itiM.u i

Canada last night by pick- eral version of her kidnaping sto
lng his way across an ice bridge n that have puzzled police." v"
a few hundred feet below the u -

tion of whether the Navy Is cor--every hour of the day and night

red m wanting to spend mare And out of the power of her love

she was aoie 10 nice Der grier

and to go on being her own fa

the Navy.

Jackson said he intends to in

vestigate the reasons behind the

subcommittee.

Tha military budget presemed
ta Cengress this wak prevMet

authority far few mare atamic

; Avv f and whether it re i submarmas ia centres i i Jackson suggested that the suh cause "anything on the surface of, 'bowed as Huston apoke of their "but be sure picked the hard way Ni
12:0 p m. suits from a conflict within the! avmerited in the cwrrent snxfa. (committee nay go into the qua ,th ocean" is "too good a target "idp love for each other. 't do it." Si

the building of atomic submarines, atomic physicist and the "father

aia ne was "aiarmeo over mo ot the H-bomb," suggested the

aetinite curtailment

gram

; a i

mwctcau caiaraci. In I f in t
PoUce, following footprints in DNtlSh 5end HelD
tn triA rA. i.. j I tr

died inside the Niagara Moh k Q OdDOSG TnP IRA
Power Corp. Scboellkopf statin, 1 U WHFUSC 1 "6 l jVl

get that bis was a unique display 7,1" vZ" d VZuSrsE? E5 BELFAST, Northern Ireland.

of sheer animal courage," Hustoa T-T;. ;r: ,k Jn- 1 (UP)-The advance guard
said. r2S!!JS!.T? of- Britiah regiment arrived

As Bogart was brave, bis wife,T,, ptM, .f;. w.'" IS I from England today to bolster

was gallant. He gave no thought, -widea ,,u th ,,Tl..l rder garrisons against anti-

to death; she knew it was there y-, tbrouah an intrrZtr British raids, by the ; outlawed

today . Irish Bepubucaa Army.
I Paii a.iif PiM h. r.n. I The remainder of the lst Field

Ldlan share at th Uaid of f h. uirf I Regiment Royal Artillery will

Landing, walked across the froienj""" UUUI r-u('uu oy tne eoa or

surface of tne norm ally -turbulent w w" J010 wtuer cra-
river and scrambled up the bank troops and armed police ia the
alongside tbe 'Americaa boat land- search for ISA nationalists,
ing. Three men, one a policeman.

"He seemed mighty glad to get nave oeen aruieo sutce Lee.-1 la

atucks. along uie ooraer where
Northera Ireland joins the Irish
Republic.-'

miliar seuT for Bogy ...it was a
flawless performance.'
Mrs. Bogart and their two chD
dren. Stephen. I. and Leslie. 4,

in tbe pro Naw should concentrate on build- had entered the church through a

me an atomic submarine fleet be-! a rear door and she sat with head, over here," one policeman said,

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