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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THE MARVELOUS
CARIOCA CAPITAL!
'Irt fAe people know the truth and the eouiar$ U $afe" ibraham Lincoln-.
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PANAMA,' B. P. TUESDAY JANUARY 22, 1957

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Mad Bomber

Confesses

To NY Cops

r WATERBUR Conn., Jan. 22

-i j .imBVop Annfnssed todav that

he is the "Mad Bomber" who has
1 planted 31 home-made pipe .bombs
. in New York City in the last 16
years. ':c;;'j''y.'ii.;: ":;;:':
,. George' Metesky told police Ms
motive was revenge against the
Consolidated Edison Company for
25 years of semi-invalidism ne
blamed on a 1931 plant accident.
He confessed calmly -and readi readily
ly readily after police discovered in the
home he shared with two elderly
sisters the lathe on which ne pre-
pared tjie bombs., :
w ... : i i nA him as : S

roiice nau, pckb
"strong" suspect on ine
, letters found in Consolidated .EON

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'This is the man," New York
1 demitv police commissioner' wai waiter
ter waiter Arm said. 'We know it through
- fis own. admission ,d through
inalvsis of his handwriting.'
; polic2 had worked quietly for 16
ears building a description, of
Ihe bomber whose explosiv. ,piQ
usually encased in ed kVork
, injured 15, ;80M m New York
, CTheV took calculated risk ear-
SfdSle b, wrtHU 4
papers. ,
' it rs;4 new evidence of M
.grudg contained in those letter
' ht finally turned up the convinc convinc-'
' convinc-' ing evSe in the long-thumbedj
County. t
2J Exploded,
Injured 5;
I0.VVeDufs
ed SI bomb in New York Uty u
No one was; killed. ; ;
- u LS. last faimb.

I Oddly enougo, "-.. ,P.r

- ibodily harm exploded h?
Lexington theater. One wonv
(an wai injured. Thia was the 12th
, 'of the devices. v 0ci
.-If-ieMen195!

I J Station.' -J'
V. i h (ime-vear
4two men and twe women were in-
llured in an explosion resuiuu
one To IMetesky's bombs ia Radio
City Music Mu.
. iou man was
ijured -wh bomb exploded ta
tne jnen nwm u
Station. .
.five were planted in Grand Central
lc...:n- i. Pnnsvlvania Sta-
tion, two in the Port Authority
Bus Termmai ana iwo in uj
aty Music HalL :
The other explosions occurred to
mount Theater, Lexington Thea Theater,
ter, Theater, New York public library, Ma Ma-cy's
cy's Ma-cy's department atore, two sub subway
way subway stations, the Brooklyn Para Paramount
mount Paramount and the Consolidated Edi-
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, Pope Visits School

' ROME, Jan. 22 (UP) Pope Pi

ns XII, 80. made one of au rare
trips outside the Vatican walls to
d&y to visit to the seminary where
he studied for-the priesthood 60
years ago.
The Pontiff drore to Capranica
t College through Rome streets
lined with kneeling crowds of the
faithful.
The Pontiff spent half-hew

v?!tmi the seminary which is
eeifbrating the 500th anniversary
of it foundation.

Most Constructive

PanCanaL Steamship
Talk Viewed Success
Us
(With Bow To Efficiency)
Panama Can&l officials and Pacific Coast Steamship

operators held a three-hour conference in Sin Francisco
last Thursday which they described in a joint statement

today as "a most constructive

and its users since the 1951 reorganization."
Specific results of the meeting were described in the
joint statement as being two-fold: (1) agreement by ship shipping
ping shipping officials to favorably consider urging radical reduction
of any new Canal legislation in the 85th Congress; (2)

acknowledgement by shipping officials or considerable econ economies
omies economies and efficiencies accomplished by the Canal within

the past year.
The statement released simul
taneously at San Francisco and
Balboa Heights by Robert R.
Mayer, president, Pacific Amer American
ican American Steamship Association and
Gov. W E. Potter wno returned
to the isthmus Monday morn morning,
ing, morning, follows:
Followine; three successive
annual visits to the canal Zone
by. representatives of the Paci
fic American steamsmp Asso
ciation, a meeting was arranged
and held in San Francisco last
rtiursdav amohsr Gov. Potter
and his aide, Paul Runnestrana i
ana jwayer, icgcuier wim j.d
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executives of pacific oCst Lines
using the canal regularly.
"Because of economies al already
ready already effected at the Canal
and two recent policy moves
deemed important by steam steam-sta'p
sta'p steam-sta'p operators, the Pacific
Coast lines will favorably con consider
sider consider asking- members of Con-,
cress to substantially reduce
anr new legislation which
might be Introduced this year
; relating t the CaljX.
TrTrs tinwin tWe anal rfttYinQTlVl
Jknamafcv',the banaL Company
was looked upon df steamsmp
operators as an economy which
when considered with possmie
Panama Railroad operating im
provements has substantially
reduced -in Ihe tolls payers"
minds the necessity of legisla legislation
tion legislation placing rigid self support
requirements on such business
operations in the Canal Zone.
"Similarly, an explanation by
Potter concerning a revised pric pricing
ing pricing index for Commissaries, re-(
duces, according to tne tons pay payers,
ers, payers, necessity for legislation on
this point.
"Retained income, wnich was
to be regulated under the terms
of the bill introduced last year
which did not pass, has been so
reduced that tolls payers- win
consider urging elimination of
any provision on that subject In
a new iu.
, "Present law requires tne
Canal organisation to main
tain ten-million-dollar e
mergency fund in : the V. Si
Treasury without earn'ng In'
terest for the Company. In-;
the meetinr both Canal anal
shipping officials agreed to
give consideration to jointly
asking Congress to remit the
money to the United States so
as to reduce the Canal's debt
to the Government and con consequently
sequently consequently tend to lower the
annual Interest charges a-'
vminst the Canal which must
fee earned by tolls.'
"Shipping officials were en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic concerning operating
improvements resulting from
the addition of an extra lockage

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ANOTHER VIEW Of THE PRINCESS Princess Grace, who is
rarely photographed wearing her spectacles, greets members
of the diplomatic corps during an intermission at the opera in
Monaco. -
(Look Maganize photo from NEA Telepboto;

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meeting, between the Canal
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crew at Miraf lores1 Locks last
June, one prominent line which
has previously suffered delays
almost monthly has had only
one ship delayed since that date
due to canal tramc. Fun cost
figures on the extra orew were
not immediately available but a
Pacific American Steamship As
sociation Committee, which vis.
ited the Canal last month esti estimated
mated estimated them at $250,000 anual
ly, but also estimated resulting
annual savings in shin time to
all Canal users at about $750,000
annually.
"New locomotives for han handling
dling handling ships through the Locks
now in the planning stage should
maxe runner increases m ca canal
nal canal efficiency and cut transit
time for ships.
"Possible future widening of
the canal was discussed through
definite plans in that direction
nave not been formuiatea.
"Items involved in the pre
sent litigation between several
tolls payers and the Canal com'
pany were not discussed 'since
the jaw suit .fa still in progress.
.
Canal company and of Pacific
Coast Lines using the canal we
consider the meeting tne most
constructive one between the
Canal and its users since the
1951 reorganization. The area of
agreement between the canal
Company arid this group of tolls
payers has been broadened tre.
mendously as a result and there
is unanimous agreement among
tnose present that such meet
ings should be repeated when
developments so indicate."
2 Danish, Spanish
Ships Ai Rodman
Two Danish ships, the Ulusund
(Ex MSC 263) and. the Gronsund
(Ex MSC 256) along with a Span Spanish
ish Spanish ship the Jucar (Ex MSC 220)
were berthed today to the U, S.
Naval Station, Rodman.
Lt. Cdr. T. N. Lauwen,. Danish
Navy commanding., officer of the
Ulvsund is Commander of the
Task Unit. Each shin has a com
plement of about 35 officers and
men. The ships now belonging to
the Danish and Spanish Navies
were procured under the Mutual
Assistance Program. Commanding
officer of the Grounsund is Lt.
Cdr. Piil. of the Danish Navy.
Commanding officer of the Span
ish ship JUCAR is Lt. Cdr. Mora
les.
The task unit win make the
North transit of the Panama Can
al tomorrow en route to Norfoix,
Va. All three ships arrived in the
Canal Zone today from
today from Long
Beach, Cal

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Adams Forced
Patients To Be
Drug Addicts
-"Specialist
EASTBOURNE, England, Jan'.
22 (UP) A medical specialist
testified today that Dr. John
Bodkin Adams systematically
forced one of his wealthy pa
tients into narcotics addiction
and then killed her with massive
doses in a slngl "fatal fort
night."
Basing his diagnosis on pre previous
vious previous evidence, Dr, Michael
Ashby said the patera of mor morphine
phine morphine and heron doses pre prescribed
scribed prescribed by Adams for gl-year-old
Mrs. Edith Alice Morrell
from January to November,
1950, was such as to make cer certain
tain certain the patient would become
an addict.
Even a "large part" of the a a-mount
mount a-mount of narcotics prescribed
for her in the first two weeks
of November, 1950, would have
killed her, th specialist testi
fied.
Dr. Ashby 's testimony was the
high spot of the seventh day of
a preliminary hearing before
five magistrates to determine if
Dr. Adams must stand trial on
a charge of murdering Mrs.
Morrell.
The Crown charges lie kill killed
ed killed her to make certain he in inherited
herited inherited certain valuables.
The Crown also aflet-es.ihat
Adatnajvas- responsible for. the
deaths of Wr, and Mrs, Alfred
Hullett, two other elderly weal
thy patients who willed the
doctor money. He has not been
charged formally In these cases,
nowever.
Investigations have been
made Into the deaths of 22
other parents treated by A A-dams.
dams. A-dams. Some of these checks
apparently are still under way.
Dr. Ashby criticized the treat treatment
ment treatment given the 71-year-old Hul Hullett
lett Hullett by Adams.
Ashby said lt appeared Hul Hullett
lett Hullett suffered a heart attack on
the last night of his life.
, Previous testimony has shown
that Adams had Hullett walk uo
a flight of stairs and treated him
with morphine at the time.
Ashby said Adams should have
done neither of these things
A considerable part of to today's
day's today's proceedings were taken
up with bitter exchanges be between
tween between prosecution and defense
counsel over the notebook of
Scotland Yard's Detective-superintendent
Herbert Hannam,
who arrested the 58-year-old
Adams after an extensive In Investigation.
vestigation. Investigation. Hannam has read excerpts of
Adams' statesments from this
notebook during his testimony
on the stand.
- The defense wants the note notebook
book notebook admitted as evidence so lt
can be examined in detail.
The Crown wants it withheld
on the grounds it contains in information
formation information involving other cases.
The defense argues it should
be placed in custody of the
court for safekeeping, since
the police already have lost
several documents vital to the
present case.
The court posponed a ruling
until the current hearing' is
completed, and permitted Han Hannam
nam Hannam to retain the notebook.
Collection Box -In
Ancon Church
Jimmied Open
Church-robbers are out again.
Between 12:30 and 3:30 p.m.
yesterday it was learned, a col collection
lection collection box in. the Sacred Heart
Chapel, Ancon, was pried open.
The sum of about $10 was re removed.
moved. removed. The case is under investiga investigation.
tion. investigation.
366 Tourists
Due Tomorrow
Aboard the Empress of Scot Scotland
land Scotland when she docks in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal tomorrow will e 36 cruise
passengers who plan to be on
the Isthmus until the ship sails
at 11 pjn.
After Panama the ship will
stop at Havana before returning
to New York.
Most of the Dkssenaers will vi-
sit the Pacific aids.

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WORE 'BLOUSE TO WHITE HOUSE-Julle Nixon, 8. daugh daughter
ter daughter of Vice President Nixon, had to go to the White House
with a black eye to watch her father take his oath. Julie,
shown here with hr cat, Mickey, in her Washington home,
received the black eje when her sled tipped over.
MISSILE SALUTE, SLOW SANTEE,
MISS BURMA STEADY AT PARADE

, WASHlnl ONv Jan. 22 UP -America
.Stayed.. U
splendor1' .-.Hr fitting ;me- wd
machinls-yesterdsy in a. parade
for President Eisenhower's "pnee
of peace'' inauguration.
Tne iresioem nuiiBu.
the head of the procession to the
acclaim of a cheering throng
massed along Pennsylvania
VThen he took a post at the White
House reviewing stand to watch
with a vast television audience a&
the prides of the fleet, the ground
iorce and. the air arm filed past.
WORLD ORDER
Mr. Eisenhower, In his second
inaugural address, 'had-just dedi dedicated
cated dedicated this impressive ..array oi
military strength to the preserva preservation
tion preservation of world order; and justice.
He called it "the price -of peace
mA ih tavnavers sathered hire
and around their TV.. sets at hortie
got a good chance to '-see what
they were getting for their money.
This year the armed forces divi division
sion division of the parade featured the
push-button weapons oi ine aumiu.
sge the Snarks and Bedstones
and other guided missues irom
the nation's fast growing super
sonic arsenal.
As the Army's Big Corporal mis
sile passed, one end raisea up
from the carrier, making Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower the first President ever
to be saluted by a guided missile.
CHILLY WEATHER
Police Chief Robert V,.. Murray
estimated that 750,000 persons
lined the parade route, despite the
chilly weather.
Of these, Mr. tisennwwer nw
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
probably were the warmest. They
bad special iooi waruici in
stalled in their box.
But both were lorcea to
. .. . i -t k-
on tneir iee a gouu u w
time-to doff their Bats "witn me
passing of the colors and acknow
ledge tne "eyes ieii saiuies ui
the marchers.
In mv nf the Marine units was
Lt Wes Santee, America's cham champion
pion champion mile runner slowed down on
this occasion to the traditional 120
paces a minute.
STRAY DOC
Although the lenght of the pa
rade was somewhat DobiaUed uus
yeai to make it less CumDersomc.
it still contained a iainy cwmpicie
representation of U. 8. military
and civu luncwona inciuumg
pretty girls and tne lneviwoie
stray dog. :
It contained the usual "snafus
of such an involved production. It
started at l:tt p.m. 18 minutes
late and there was some difficul
ty in wheeling out wsat was Dined
as the world's biggest float
This being mainly a Republican
celebration, there also was the in inevitable
evitable inevitable elephant ia fact two.
They were "Miss Burma," the
GOP mascot Vbo has a circus
job between elections, and "Little
Mis Burma." a baby pachyderm.
MISS BURMA SEDATl
JMthoueh she performed some
antics that brought a laugh from
the President. "Miss Burma- gen
erally was more circumspect than
doling ue ism paraac. m urn

one. she weaves doui. so muta

tneye W9re rumors mat Tier uiuip
iny waters ad heen spiked. ;
The isisennower ana mxon iim iim-ilies
ilies iim-ilies were well represented in the
reviewing stand. At times, the
President brought two of his
grandchildrea up to the front rail
for a better look.
Among the colorful state floats
was one from Georgia showing
the club house at Augusta where
the President goes golfing. It in included
cluded included a golfer knocking balls in into
to into the crowd.
There were 52 bands, 10 drumJ
and bugle corps, 47 marching
units and 34 floats. But Mr. Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, an old foot-slogging sol soldier
dier soldier himself, appeared especially
interested in the new eapons and
scientific displays.
SMALL SATELLITE
"Would you take a look at that,"
he exclaimed once to Mrs. Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, pointing to a float with a
small satellite circling the globe
"That is wonderful."
Other examples of futuristic war
fare included:
Models of the Navy's carrier
Forrestal and atomic submarine
Nautilus.
The crew and model of the
"Lucky Lady", one of the Air
Force Jet bombers which flew
around the world in 45 hours last
vrek.
An F104A fighter plane,1 the,
world's fastest. A pilot in the cock
pit saluted stiffly as the 1,400-mile-an-hour
craft crept by.
After about an hour, Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower asked Nixon the time, then
reached inside his black overcoat,
pulled a pocket 'watch from bis
vest and looked at it.
But his interest picked up and
the President smiled broadly and
tipped his hat to six bare-legged
girls bearing a banner of his
adopted state, Pennsylvania.
The biggest float had six sec section
tion section and carried out the theme
of "liberty and strength through
conent of the governed."
Kentucky s never bashful Gov.
A. B. "Happy" Chandler rode
standing up in a cream colored
convertible, waving at th- throng.
Mr. Eisenhower grinned -and
shouted, "Hi, Happy!" The car
stopped a moment and Chandler
bowed to the President and then
turned around and bowed to TV
cameras.
Jan. Conference
Of Civic Groups
4:30 Tomorrow
The January conference f
the governor with representa representatives
tives representatives ef the CiVe Councils In
the Latin American commu communities
nities communities ef the Canal Zene win
be heM at 4Jf o'clock tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoea in the music
reona ef the Parais High
ScheoL
The meeting is even to the
webiie and residents for em em-annnitles
annnitles em-annnitles en both sides el the
Isthsans are erred te attend.
A var'ety ef subjects has
been placed en the agenda f er
discission teanerrew afternoon.

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 22
hailed President Eisenhower's

as an historic bid to treedom-loving people everywhere to
accept America's unselfish leadership for peace.

The brief and eloquent speech, which Mr. Eisenhower
delivered after taking his second term oath yesterday, had
a delayed-action impact on Congress.
The lawmakers had little time to ponder its implica implications
tions implications until today since they, like the President, were caught

up in the hectic activity of the three-hour inaugural pa'i
rade and the festive Inaugural Ball that lasted into the

small hours of this morning.
By today, the strong One

dent's address was sinking in, and with it, the recognition
that Mr. Eisenhower had staked out for this nation unpre

cedented global responsibilities.

"We recognize and accept our
own deep involvement in the
destiny of men everywhere," Mr.
Eisenhower had said..
"We must use our skill and
knowledge and, at timta, our
substance, to belp oAheisit rise
frnm mlspry;,'hhweve. i&t the.
scene oi suffering may be iwn
our snores.-
Some conversatives in both
part'es ; privately expressed
misgivings about the sweeping
pledge of long-term, no-strings
foreign aid implicit In those
words.
But their reservations were
drowned out, for the momert
at.least, in a public chorus of
bipartisan praise.
"A magnificent speecn," saia
Sen. Mike Mansfield of. Mon Montana,
tana, Montana, i leading Democratic mem member
ber member of, the Senate foreign rela relations
tions relations committee.
Mansfield said he was parti particularly
cularly particularly gratified that Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower had addressed his peace
appeal "to all the peoples of the
world," including those of Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, over the heads of their rul rulers.
ers. rulers. Mr. Eisenhower's address
which the Voice of America
beamed to the world in dozens
of languages, assured the peo people
ple people of Russia that Americans
"wish them success" in their
struggle for more freedom and
economic improvement, and
are waiting to extend a hand
of "friendship" to them when
the Iron Curtain yoes uo.
Some Congressmen, while en endorsing
dorsing endorsing Mr. Eisenhower's broad
objectives, challenged the ad administration
ministration administration to produce deeds,
not words. :
"The words have beeit spoken,"
said Sen. Joseph C. CMahoney
(D-Wyo.). "The time for lead lead-ershin
ershin lead-ershin and action have arrived.
It will be difficult."
Senate Democratic leader
Co-Op Elects Nine.
Hearr Gas Station
Report, 150 Attend
The newly-chartered Panama
Consumers Cooperative last night
elected nine members to serve on
the board of governors at a gener general
al general assembly attended by about 150
persons.
Elected for three-year terms
are: Sylvester Callendar, Rau
Reid and Vernon Salazar. For two-
year terms: Mrs. Undine Reid,
Rubelio Quintero and Clarence
Beecher. For one-year terms: Ar Archibald
chibald Archibald Butcher, Francisco Nunez
and Mrs. Zeneida Herrera.
Also elected as auditors are:
Jorge Carrasco, for three years;
Len worth Este, for two years, and
Carlos Angulo, for one year.
The meeting's agenda included
a resume of the cooperative's acH
tivities and a report from, the trea treasurer
surer treasurer on the operation of' the first
cooperative service- and filling sta station
tion station to go into operation in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. ..-
The cooperative began operating
the filling station on Jan. 1. The
treasurer reported mat the filling
station had tripled its business
since the first week, but tha
more customers were seeded hi
order to make the gas station a i
paying concern.

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To
(UP) Congressmen todav
second inaugural address
f
W.orld flavor of the Presi
Lyndon B. Johnson (Te) said
Mr. Eisenhower "set forth
goals and objectives with;
Which every American will a
gree."
"Our task Is to find means
.that will achieve those endstM
Johnson. iuldd-'' .r;,sg ;
"Other Congressmen offered
praise, without qualification.
Sen. Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.),'
ranking OOP member of the
Senate Foreign Relations com committee,
mittee, committee, said the President "laid
it right on the line, not only to
the American people but to the
world."
Sen. Warren G. Magnuson
(D-Wash.) said "it was a very
good enunciation of a goal.
for our foreign policy. We have
never had a goal. We've neeav!)
floundering. He set it up. ;
Reservations How,
You Float Later f
On Summer Trips i
Canal employes who are plan
ning summer vacations this year
are urged to make their applica--tions
for assignments to Panama
Line accomodations early because
of the new schedule of sailings
following the withdrawal of thf
SS Panama.
Applications for transportation
will be accepted four months prior
to the scheduled sailing date, and
assignments will be made in the
order in which approved applica applications
tions applications are received by the Trans
portation Section. Heretofore, ap applications
plications applications have been, accepted in
ly three months in advance.
In cases where the applications
exceed the available space, 'the
selection will be made by public
drawing.
From May 22 through June 28
preference will be given on north northbound
bound northbound Panama Line ships to teach teachers
ers teachers and to employes with children
of school age traveling with them.
Likewise, it was announced that
preference will be given to these
employes on southbound sailings
from New York for the period front
Aug. 9 to Sept. 13. ;
Northbound ships on which pre-,
ference for passage will be given
to teachers and employes with
children of school age are the Cris-.
tobal sailing May 22; Ancon sail sailing
ing sailing June I; Cristobal sailing Junr
8; Ancon sailing June 19; and the
Cristobal sailing June 28.
Southbound ships on which this
preference will be given sre Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal sailing Aug. 9; Ancon frauV
ing Aug. 20; Cristobal sailing Aug.
27; Ancon sailing Sept. C; and
Cristobal sailing Sept 13. -
Trespassing Teei?"
Gets Fine Jail '.
SusDended Rap
A Panamanian teenager who
threatened to "get" the commis commissary
sary commissary inspector "over in Panama.
fwhen? caught trespassing in La
Boca commissary was aiven a sis
fine and 10-day suspended jail
sentence when his case was
beard in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today.
It was a
second case or tres-
passing for' Nelson Aran go.
whose age is 11

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 15I

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Sir:
Permit me space to ask this one reasonable question of
thfiw in mithoritv: Whv is every surrounding country and na

tion just pulling and hauling the young Uncle Sam of mine by
his hand, feet, legs, nose, ears and even the hair of his heaa,
begging and some almost demanding a loan?
Is it because she has a Canal and they dredge him for
he's worth, wealth and prosperity, or what. They are just like
some of our so-called friends, just hate to know you have and
they don't, and they come around with all sorts of promises
to get a loan and you have the devil to get it back.
"' But Uncle Sam shoulder remember the depression days.
Wnen the House passed a bill to grant the poor oldtime Canal
workers a dollar for ever year of service monthly as a gratuity
and annuity, those who had say even with 2b years service
corild only receive $17.50 instead of tne full $23 so that the
appropriation could be met. Diplomatically the poor man was
let! to understand that if they had no dependents they were
nok allowed the full dollar.
Only those who had were entitled, so we all accepted with
a'feood heart for our beloved Uncle until the time came when
h again revised and took a deep breat-a and said give the old
iri4n $1-50 .now, regardless of whether they

Then we an ten mat uncie nu
SSSS'v T such ''iffi
clttthine etc we just hope and trust that Uncle Sammy again
gi?es u!' the C-Yd Time Canal workers another little considers
tk)?My best advice: take care of our hunie first, your servants
nex tand then your friends. 1906-1957

Labor News
And
Comment

: "Spare aTitfleJSometh Aid Suppression?.?

THANK TOU FOR THANK TOU

Sir:

columns

. j t ii, a nipacpri in read in your

atout how little or nothing Is said about the wonderful people
who are in the admitting office at Gorgas wonderful people
who as clerks are calm, courteous, and display a fine manner
of efficiency and cooperation (and 24 hours a day).
When the public calls the hospital to find out about how
a" sick person is doing, they are promot and efficient stop stopping
ping stopping whatever they are doing to call the ward and find out
for you the condition of loves ones, etc
Mr Price ought to be thanked for his praises, on the ad admitting
mitting admitting office, O.P.C., and specialized clinics within the hos hos-ioi
ioi hos-ioi unmever h srpms to be one of the few who have no

ticed the fine effort put forth by the hospital personnel In
general Thank you, James W. Price. You may always be sure
'to find us on our best disposition to render our best service
within our scope to you and to the public. v
r Forgotten

By VICTOR RIESEL
General Eisenhower cracked a

presidential quip the other day to

convince one or nis ueuienams noi
to leave the government. And

there, in Ike's private office, with
just the two men sitting at the

chief execuive s desK, Degan an

intriguing political story which

may end in 1960 with the splinter splintering
ing splintering of the Democratic Party.
The President was talking to

Secretary of Labor James Mitch
ell shortly after this cabinet mem member
ber member had revealed he watnted to

return "to private business and

earn a better living. No million millionaire
aire millionaire is Mitchell, and we do hand
our political leaders junior exe

cutive's pay. V
"If you quit, I quit," Ike jocu

larly told Mitchell. "The adminis

tration needs you."
There was enough whip in the
quip. Mitchell agreed to stay on
probably until the end of this
Congressional session. Which
most of us immediately interpret interpreted
ed interpreted to mean that the White House

would now begin rnacmne deep in

to tne ranks of the coalition of
Democrats and labor leaders.
i

Jim Mitchell has long been
friendly with those labor forces

which lead millions of members
generally counted in the most ac

tive Democratic Party circle.
During the r e c e n t presidential

campaign, he wearied himself
hedge hopping out to scores of

labor meetings. He returned to'
Washington with reports that he
had been told over and over a a-gain.
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DANCING OR SKATING?

Sir:

I am real proud to know that there is at least one mother
In the Canal Zone who is interested In our children's welfare,
comfort and happiness.
I will agree with the mother who thinks that schools should
be alr-condRioned like the schools in the States.
I have been in Balboa High School several times, and be believe
lieve believe me, I do not see how the children or teachers can pos possibly
sibly possibly be comfortable In such a place. The school is not only
hot, but terribly noisy.
Our teenage children also deserve a recreation center, and

a decent place in Balboa where they can have a dance on
Saturday night, not a place where the young girls spend their
week ends skating with servicemen.
I Lets get on the ball, parents, and nave a few things done
around here for our children.
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Obviously Mitchell Hirl an

tive job on the hustings, and just
as obviously there is no one in the
administration who could easily

oicu in as contact man if hp mi l

This labor liaison thp

warns, it s Dart of a niish in rh

ieu now oeing felt bv thp pntiro

Republican Partv under thp Ben.

tie proddings of the President, the
Vice President and the' White
House hierarchy.

You'll find evidence nf this in

the President's talk Wednesday
with such New Deal labor leaders

as Max Greenberg, leader of the
old ClO's Retail, Wholesale and
Department Store Union, and Joe
B i e r n e of the Communication
Workers. Ordinarily these rhpn

would cross the street rather than
walk in front of the Republican
National Club and be spotted by

a passing retail or pnone worker.

Yet they and some of their col

league such as Jim Carev. whn

breaks out in a compulsive rash

wnen breathing fire against t h e

"Or, got the Presidential red car

pet treatment. They .were receiv
ed warmly and sympathetically.

Thy got in .where Republican
financial angels have not been

aoie to tread. They came to dis

cuss a drive to extend the dollar

an hour minimum wage to mil

lions of retail and other white col

lar workers now earning less than
that. The American Retail Feder Federation,
ation, Federation, which talks for the thou

sands of little businessmen on
Main Street America, has for
some time now been trying to get
directly to the president to stall
his campaign. The retailers have
not succeeded.

The night I met you there were no guitars,
No Dabussy, no distant fountain's tinkle;
-There was no candlelight and wine; the stars
Maintained their franchise with a casual twinkle.
And I remember well our introduction,
(I don't believe I even got your name).
No planets huitled downward to destruction,
And in my heart there was no burst of Jlame.
Yet, link by linK the chain has grown finduring,
And strand Ky strand the garland has been spun,
And1 day by day the world is more alluring
Because of all the things you've said and done. ..
Sometimes thc greatest love on tiptoe comes
Without the sound of trumpets or of drums.
Mitchell Paris

From curtain-time to 11 p.m.
she dwells in a luxurious bridal

chamber. .At midnight she re

turns to ner $26 a month cold
water flat In Hell's Kitchen.

WASHINGTON.-Now that Pres

ident Eisenhower has told his-staff

he will not accept Prime Minister

Mehru s Invitation to visit India,

and now, that Harry Truman has

come so emphatically to thelsup-

port of Ike's Near East doctrine
it might be a good time for some

presidential reciprocity. i

in Drier, now is the time for

xruman to dc drafted to take a
goodwill trip' to India and South

east sia.

This, suggestion is not made for
the purpose of glorifying Mr. Tru Truman,
man, Truman, but because the status of
American prestige in Southeast A A-sia
sia A-sia is not good, also because A A-merican
merican A-merican envoys, in that area have

Immediately after Knowland'i
announcement, Robert Kork wood,
California : Comptroller, ,t phoned
him to ask his OK to run for the
Senate. Knowland gave the OK...
Nixon forces may pur. a man in
the GOP, primary race against
Kirk wood possibly, Congressman
Pat Hillings. Strategy would be to
block Knowland forces from put.
ting their man, v Kirkwood, into
the Senate. ,( v
' Mi'ji
If Nixon lets Knowland tref to

firm a grip on California, he's a
dead duck in his rarp for Prpci.

dent in 1960. Nixon is certain to
face some primary races,' can
hardly escape a primary show showdown
down showdown in California. The Knowland

been urging the State Department, machine could probably beat him

io bchu iuu-evei American as a

goodwill ambassador.

Just as the Queen of Eneland.

Princess Margaret and the Duke

of Edinburgh are kept busy visit

ing various parts of the world, so
the United States must necessari necessarily
ly necessarily send distinguished citizens on

goodwill tours. -'-V';,-

Bulganin and Khrushchev eot a

tremendous reception when they
visited India, Burma, Pakistan and

Afghanistan, but toothing of mo

ment has been, dope since then to

counteract their success.'

Secretary Dulles did make a

trip to this area with little or
tio benefit. The Burmese Govern Government
ment Government even refused to let him land
on their territory.

Last year Mr. Truman took a

trip on his own to Western EuroDe.

got a tremendous reception, made

lot of friends for the USA.
He has a knack of rubhins

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Democrats are-gloating over the
Republican furor In California.
With Republicans split, they re regard
gard regard the Senate seat as theirs. It
look so promising that Pat Brown
popular attorney general who has
his eyes on the governorship,
might, run for the Senate .instead.
Other 1 Democratic candidates
are: Alan Cranston, head of the
California Democratic Council;
Dick Richards, who made a good
race last November: and Con

gressman. Cecil King. Cranston
has the advantage of being from
the north and heading the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic outfit that endorses the
candidates.

NO AID FOR ISRAEL

One fact which has raised Cnn.

gressional eyebrows over the nrn-

posed Eisenhower doctrine is that
it would not be applied to protect

if Egypt, with Rus-

arms and technicians, at

tacked.

Chief

Mitchell arranged Wednesday's
session. The President made the
appointment at hU Labor Secre Secretary's
tary's Secretary's suggestion. Furthermore,
when special AFL CIO counsel
Arthur Goldberg telephoned M i t"
chell in December asking for such
a meeting on Jan. 7, Mitchell ask asked
ed asked him to wait until after Ike's
State of the Union speech, when

the pressure would be off and the
President would be able to listen
and talk more leisurely. So it was
set for Jan. IS to give the labor
men a chance to really talk up
support.
But this is only the beginning
of the open palm and the olive
branch to labor. There is discus discussion
sion discussion inside Mr. Eisenhower's top topmost
most topmost circles over appointment of
Mitchell to the nation's highest
global strategy board, the Natio National
nal National Security Council. This is made
up of Alan Dulles, head of Central
Intelligence, Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles, Secretary of
Defense Charles Wilson. Vice Vice-President
President Vice-President Richard Nixon and a
handful of others.
This Council is the one which

directs our forces across the world
and attempts-to checkmate Com Communist
munist Communist moves and build friendly
coalitions. Thc naming of Mitchell
to this super important group
would be a bow in, labor's direc direction.
tion. direction. It could only mean that Mr.
Eisenhower himself has decided
that the man in direct contact
with American labor and thus
with labor forces abroad is need

ed to help brs intrust the cold war,

now turning tepid ererrwhere. In

turn, Mitchell would carry with
him into the Council the senti sentiments
ments sentiments and tactical suggestions of

men like AFL CIO chief George
Meany.
All this may be conveyed to the

union chiefs br Mitchell later this

month when the Labor Secretary
walks in the sun and confers with

the AFL CIO high command m

Mil mi. The Democrats may get
lose some of their best friends and

guardian angels. ,

Attention: To the sick per person
son person who has placed bombs in
d fferest places for tCre past
16 year?; Please have faith in
present negotiations. If you do
not, olease inform me of your
losses and suffering. I am
sorry I neglected your earlier
communications. You know I
have always kept faith. I now
know of the difficulties that
started four years before the
first bomb. I want to help you.
Tell me how.

Sallies In Our Alley: Joe E.

Lewis wonders If you've heard

the one about the American
tourist. He couldn't pay h i s
check at a Paris sidewalk cafe

Soooo they threw him IN! .

Teevce is a risky business.

You're only' as good as your last

rating". .. 'You mean as good as

your next."

Vignette in the Sky: Eddie
Bracken Is back at Romanoff's
(in Hollywood) after a run in
"Will 8uccess Spoil Rock Hunt

er... Bracken is an avid student

of physics. He also landlords an
electronics firm in Chicago...

Flying back to Broadway with
Harold Gary (of the cast) Brac Bracken
ken Bracken spent the entire time ex explaining
plaining explaining (with diagrams and
drawings) that life is an illu illusion:
sion: illusion: that we all really do not

exist... when he got through
with his elaborate and detailed
thesis. Eddie said: "Well, have I

.convinced you that you do not

exist?". ."Yeah, now I know,"

nodded actor Gary, "why that
lousy agent of mine never calls

me!"

Memos of a Midnlghter: Len-

nen & Newell exec, N. Keesley,
madevihe', first bid for Desk
Md Lucy's upcomlrijr ne'wspa
perman mystery-melodramas
which we will narrate and ap appear
pear appear in on Network Television
this Spring... A va Gardner's
chums bear she may make It
an annulment instead of an
abrogation... The Willie (N.
Y. Giants) Mays patched it up
...Joe DiMajrgio's duet-a-tete
at the Spindletop is blonde-actress-model
Russell E. Lee,
descendant of Gen. Robert E.
Lee. It started over a year ago
. . Gen. Jimmy Doollttle's wife
Jo is fight'ng a severe virus
attack at the Park Lane...
John Perona barred a blonde
bottle-chucker from El Moroc Morocco
co Morocco for life. .Marraret Tru Truman's
man's Truman's husband (Clifton Da Daniel)
niel) Daniel) shifted from the N. Y.
Times' Foreign News desk to
the Drama Dept. Staffers won wonder'
der' wonder' if he is belAg readied to
Inherit the reviewing job of
Brooks Atkinson, rumored
planning ret rement??

Broadway Owl: Sophie Tucker
celebrated hsr 69th birthday
wearing the most beautiful sable
coat down to her toes... Lady
Astor's son and his bride of last
April are reported apart... Song
star Helen O'Connell is back in
circulation ... Miss Vermont's

mother, Elizabeth Simpson, will
be married to Marray P. Paris
at Lindeoville, Vermont, in Feb.
...Harrison Carroll (the Coast
historian) Marie McDonald tele telephones,
phones, telephones, when She's in. trouble,
5vas advised to diet. "Don't talk
diets to me," he groaned, "I gain
two pounds just reading Gour Gourmet
met Gourmet Magazine!'". .Ballerina

Nancl Cromoton, recent danclnsr
star at the Latin O., is betrothed
to John Weiler. He's d chief for
Manhattan Rhirt Co. The merger
is soon... The pianist at. ths
Vandrbllt's Purol Tree Room
(starting the 21st) will be Count Countess
ess Countess Eva lacl Dl iJ'eudonouvo. a
Brazil-dllly. .Harry Belafonte
says he feels robbed "not onlv
nrtlstlcallv but sfla llv" when

his love scen with Joan Fon Fontaine
taine Fontaine In the f"m. "Island in the
Sun," fade before you see them
kiss.

cracy.

He was also the first to initlati Chief rlansar nf mir t it.

the Marshall Plan and the Poitl Near East is that Colonel Nasser
4 Program, which helnerl av J with hi tmj. i.. i

siatlc countries from Communism1 Russian arms will attack Israel.

Having won a big diplomatic

victory over tne west, yet smart-

in tne post war years.

However, when Truman's name

New York Cinderella: The old

chestnut "It takes years to be become
come become a star overnight" is one

that actress colleen Dewhurst

can appreciate. .She will be in
Paul Osborn's new play "Maiden

Voyage". .Waited ten years for!
that break... The closest she!

came to Broadway has been via

understudy parts at the Actor's

Playhouse, an off Broadway

temple. .She got sueary notices

in "The Eagle Has Two Heads"

. .They caught the attention of

producer Kermit Bloomgarten,

wno sienea her at once... she

plays the Queen in "Eagle'.

Sounds in the Night: At Luau:
"I found out Jonrr ago tht wom women
en women are very hard to replace"...
At the Seville (H'wood maddest-

mambo spot): "Get a load of

Greta Girdle and Bert Behinrr
. .At Maxim's CaTynso Den: "On

Broad wav you can't trust your
enemies too far and your friends
too near."

STOCKHOLDERS OF
CERVECERIA NACIONAL. S.A.
(NATIONAL BREWERY, INC)
We wish to reminil you that the regular
General Assembly of Stockholders will be
held in our New Plant in Pasadena Trans Trans-isthmian
isthmian Trans-isthmian Highway, on Monday, January
28, 1937, at 7 p.m.
In accordance with thc By-Laws of our
Company this meeting cnn not be field un unless
less unless one-half plus one of the total number
of stockholders are present or represent represented
ed represented by proxy, and at least one-halt of the
capital stock is represented.
Stockholders who are unable to attend
this meeting SHOULD MAIL THEIR
PROXIES in due to me to Aptdo. 536,
Panama Gty.
THE SECRETARY.

Coast-to-Coaster: The much
exploited movie celeb party

flung at Romanoff's by wealthy

"Tex" Feidman was reported
costing h'm about $125 000...
It ackchelly cost Mr. Feidman
between 40 and 45 Gs... And
that included the tips... Ro Romanoff's
manoff's Romanoff's share was consider considerably
ably considerably under $10,000... About
300 persons were at the feast.
That's $30 per plate.The same
New Tear's Eve thev charged
$35 a nerson at the Hotel Am Ambassador's
bassador's Ambassador's Cocoannt Grove...
The pixie Davis's (e-Ziegfel-doll
Hope Dare) dined at
swanky Larue's the ether
night. One of their, rare ay ay-vearances.
vearances. ay-vearances. ftoth weathered a
twnrh hurricane In the 4
Id days alone Broadwa. nap nap-neir
neir nap-neir new thi when hth were
k'ds. .Ren Hecht fc In Glrly Glrly-wood.
wood. Glrly-wood. Says reports movie
pares that he will tne
screen version of Rsen
sr is news to fcrm...V.Ms
will rt wealthier via The
WtIs Presley Game," asd on
lore ft m arris re. Tei-Ar
Games, Ine", of En. ra, H
mfrr... Barbara NWiols, like
Prhnt. has discovered
John Smith.

is mentioned around the White

House it evokes sour remarks

from the present incumbent. Ike

nas Deen bitten at Harry ever
since the 1952 campaign when the

ex-rresiaent criticized Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's handling of Russian affairs in
Berlin immediately after V-E Day.
Politics being politics, howev however,
er, however, the President should learn
that a lot of things that happen in
the heat of a campaign must be

iorgotien afterward.
And he would give a real boost
to the free world's fight against
Communism'! if he sent Ms orede-'

eessor Jo Asia oa a 'gSbd-will' Mis

sion.
KNOWLAND'S

MERRY-GO-ROUND

The political pot is still boiling

s a result of ten. Bin Knowland
bow-out of the Senate.
Here are some of the brews be

ing concocted: Gov. Goodie Knight
of California is being talked about

as secretary of Labor. Knight is

one or tne tew Republican govern

ors who have won friends among
labor. His promotion to the Labor

Department would pave the way
for Knowland to run for Goevrnor.
Vice President Nixon wouldn't
favor this, but some of the men

around Ike would like to stave off

a spilt witn the Knowland-GOP
conservatives...
Jim Mitchell, able Secretary
Labor, wanted to resign, hut has
agreed to stay on for the t'me h h-ine.
ine. h-ine. Not man of wealth, Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell has a hard time making

ends meet in Washington. nrn-

bly will bow out before the Beat ed while flyings jet trainer. He's

our years. (recovering.

ing over defeat from the Israeli
Army, Nasser is in a position
where he has te make new movs
to maintain his reputation. The
most likly move is against Israel.
However, in answer to questions
from Congressman Jim Fulton,
Pennsylvania Republican, Dulles
ruled out any United States action
to stop an attack on Israel.
"Would we go to Israel's as-,
sistance if it asked for help?" in inquired
quired inquired Congressman Fulton.
"The plan doesn't apply unless
it is being attacked by a govern government
ment government under the control of inter
national Communism.M, J e lire A

Dulles., . v v,n
"But if the attacking country
has arms and technicians provid provided
ed provided from. Communist sources?"
pressed the Pennsylvania Con Congressman,
gressman, Congressman, referring to Egypt or
Syria.

"No sir,'
of State.'

replied the Secretary

WASHINGTON PIPEUNI
Though. British Labor leader
Hugh Galtskell is certain to be a
future Prime Minister of England,
newsreel photographers were all
absent when he lectured in Los

Angeles. Reason: They were in
Indio, California, covering the al alleged
leged alleged kidnapping' of Marie. McDonald-Secretary
of State Dulles
is so anxious to use ex-Senator
George of Georgia to soften up
Democratic Senators that he's in inviting
viting inviting George to his .secret staff
conferences each morning ... Rob

ert Douglas, an air cadet and son
of Undersecretary of the Air

Force James Douglas, was injur-

OrchHs: Ella Ma Morse and

I her very different song-style at
the Encors. H'wood Edye
Gome's "Climb The walV a
slney. novelty ccme on-a my
house sort of brie, if oould b b-I
I b-I come Jo E. Lewis wildest and

funniest narodv. .The Jo Hi'Sh-1

kin-Pee wee H'm t recorded et
...Att H'wood Rtrrdios.f Lita
Leon, a brnnett beautr fat the
ftevllle). belong m the movies. .
Sandl prniner (ne '"as the rd rd-halre
halre rd-halre "Bbv- in the "AnHes
Aweich" chorus who (rot the
-ea)es ooenine nit. is wiw

tla irtAf tb" exdHnv-Ar'asvto

Act. The B"H rvm to. They
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. JANUARY 22,-1957-i i -i .
Jordan Wants To Break Off Treaty

Ml

Allowing British To Have Air Bases

J'SSSSS gSJ;lHefe;M?rn, Maduro and Julie Ann Maduro (not visible).

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) --Exclu.
ivelv Yours: "I'm getting .manv
ed on the second," a movie starlet
announced to. a gar pa at a gay
Christmas party. Really? -'was
the surprised comment.'
' "Yes," said' the starlet, .' the
second Someone asks me'
Gmger : Rogers "flewv to' Alaska
with the Bob Hope troupe in high
style. Her hairdresservand wed wed-robe
robe wed-robe &al went along ... vvaf
bound to happen, I guess, Elv
n...i.J t all nf Hollywood S

mVle stars" in the. latest Mo-tion
Picture Magazine pppularlty poU.
... Ice-skater Belita sure put ac actor
tor actor Joe Riordan in the freezer with
her divorce' testimony. "He hit
me rather frequently when he was
more intoxicated than usual. Hol Hollywood's
lywood's Hollywood's zippiest divorce line of
56: '
rmS IS HOLLYWOOD' Mrs.
. Jones: -Natalie Wood went with
Nick Adams to see "L'a Strada.
But late date, Robert Vaughn,
met her in the lobby and took her
home. '"

. The Witnet: Jimmy Stewart and

Audi Murphy were posing ior
R3ylois advertwiiigi postera.ior,
the western, "Night Passage.?'
Kneeling to hold a dying Murphy
in his arms,; Stewart rocked back
on a spur, lost MS balance and sat
down liard on a pointed edge.
"A man- could bleed to death
just making ad stills," said Stew Stewart.
art. Stewart. "And that," said Murphy, "is
a terrible place to try to put on a
tourniquet." :

Not hi the Script:' Jeff Donnell:
"As a kid I thought 35 was the old oldest
est oldest age in the whob world and now
that I'm 35 know it is.",.
A CURRENT MAGAZINE ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement for Air Express fea featuring
turing featuring the line, "Dore Schary,
head of MGM, tells how "I send

T, i z b e t h Tavlor home every

nieW.V Is pinned, to a bulletin

.board at MGM, where Schary re recently
cently recently lost his job.. Beneath :tbe
clipping, referring to the shipment

,of film from location to tne stumo
'a waester hat writterf:

'! "Wonder if he will now tell,

m ty mm 01 -Nf "I -; IT I A
by EBtlMJohnwrn J") j .Ip I JJ. '..

fHow "MGM senf me home for I I

a I NX I DSW

Tony Curtis is playing another

nff-t.he-Tonv Curtis-beat-role

double-crossing Broadway press a

gent in "Sweet Smell pf Sue
Cess." "1 think I came of age pro
fessionally in 'Trapeze,' ex

plains Tony! "Now I'm o ut to

strike a happy, medium, reaching
both teen-agers and their par par-ents."
ents." par-ents." : i,
DeDt.-of-erowine-un-in- Holly

wood : Ten-year-old Melinda Marx

is such a sharp billiard player she
beats papa Groucho in three. out
of everv four cames. ... During

the filming of "Trooper Hook,"

Joel. McCrea asked Barbara Man
wvck a, question often bandied a

bout in movietnwn "Whv do

you work so hard?,!! just one

movie arier anomer. -joaroara s

reply:.

"I keep working for a very

simple reason. You have a fami

ly to go home to. I have an empty
house,"

EUPUKIC Ufll I V.. nn lno

story in MbM's version of "Don't

Go Near the Water" and that
means fatter roles for Glenn Ford

and Anna Kashfi ... ..A diamond
ring sparkling, on the' third, linger
of pOrothy.tJOati(kiige'- teffci hand
has people guessing. She wont
comment on the hunk of ice ... A

Hollywood star took tne paid tour
through the' castle at Monaco and
left this note for her Serene High

ness:

"Dear Grace: Dropped by to
see you but you weren't in."
Mala' Powers, whose stock Shot
up with her performance as Mrs.
Douglas in Norman Corwin's
play, "Tonight, Lincoln Versus
Douglas," switched agents in a
bid for bigger and better movie
roles ... U-I is pondering a new
series based on the family char

acters in the flicker, "Rock, Pretty

Baby."

' K Vf :Uz

T.N. U.t. Off.

(t 1H br NC lm Iff. 7

T nivinnM .Tun 22 YUP) Jordan

notified Britain yesterday it wants

to break off tne treaty mac per

mits he Brush to maintain air
nH urminrt hAses in that strate

gic Middle East kingdom.

The move was disclosed dv me

British Foreign Office as a rift

widened In the Moslem world over
ProaiHent Eisenhower's economic

and military plan to safeguard the

Middle East- irom. commumsi
penetration ,-s i,

Foil Support
Moslem nations of the anti-Communist
Baghdad Pact annou n c c-ed
ed c-ed "full support" yesterday for
the Eisenhower Doctrine which
has been received with hostility
bv the neutralist Arab bloc led

by Egypt., Hign emissaries ot
hnth factions are en route to

Washington ; tot talks with Mr.

Eisenhower y
Vina Kmirif of Saudi Arabia

sailed for the Vnited States from

Genoa Italy, yesterday to Bargain

tor tne "soutnern uer nrao diuc
of EevDt. Syria. Jordan and Saudi

Arabia.

Crown Prince Abdul IUah of

Iraq arrived in London on his

way to wasmngron 10 represent
the Rnohriad Pact Moslem mem

bers Turkev Iraa Pakistan and

Iran. It was reported he would

urge TJ.S. membership in the pact

PriHnf Hamiif AhHel Nasser

King Hussein of Jordan and Pre Premier
mier Premier Sabri el-Assali of Syria.

ine comerence resunea in a
pledge from Egypt Saudi Arabia

and Syria to take over payment
of some 33 million dollars in mili military
tary military and economic aid Jordan

receives annually under tne treaty
with Britain,
Arab Aid
The Jordanian Parliament air
rpariv hud votAri : to ScraD the

treaty but untl', now Britain had

received no lormai nouncauon.
Jordan apparently felt free to
move now that it had been prom promised
ised promised Arab aid. (--y
A British Foreign Office spokes spokesman
man spokesman said Jordan informed Britain

it wants to "negotiate"' the ter

mination of the long standing

treaty,

A roreien Office-announcement

tonight said Britain had offered

to renegotiate the pact Defore the

Arab summit conference sealed

the apparent death of the eight-

year-old treaty. .' 1
in AnaVsra a faint communiaue

of the four Moslem Baghdad Pact
. . ) 1 I

nations accepted tne r.isennuwer
DoctTine "as the best designed to
maintain peace in this area."
But the "northern tier" coun

tries withheld any comment on
whether they had decided to re-

t.j.-. mov in hrntrafo Holslnrp Rntain to active narticloa

.liy'k. m .u.uft-."

pact with '? Britain was a. swift tmn m the pact. Britain nas been

seauel to the weeK-ena uairo sum-ueii out oi pti ucuumuwis onn.c

mit conference of Saud Egptian1 the Suez invasion.

"By the way, I'll have breakfast in bed tomorrow!"

DD(E

840 kcs., Panama Gty
1090 Kcs., Colon
Telephones: -J06 Panama
1D63 Colon

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Producers Jules Levy and Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Gardner are telling about go going
ing going to the office of a studio execu executive
tive executive to discuss their science-fiction
movie, "The Monster That
Challenged the World." 'Tell me,'
asked the studio biggie, "is this
an expose of television?'!

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K-tO New

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c-nn AlUn Jackson (News)

!l5 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
0:30 On Stage America
(WRUL)
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCI SCIENCE
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7:30 VOA Report From UJ5.
8:00 World Of Jazz
8:30 Life With The Lyons
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
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10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan-

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10:45 Temple Of Dreams

11:00 Concert under Tne stars
12:00 Sign Off.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 23
AM.

6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken by
phone till 7:00) x
-vi Mornlnor fialon Concert

1:15 Church In The Wtldwood

8:30 Musical Reveille

9:00 News :
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time. .
10:00 News ,
10:15 Spins and Needles (re (requests
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1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
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2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Musie For You
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Poland's Liberals

Swept Into Office

By.Whopping Vote
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' WARSAW. Jan. 22 (UP)

Poland honed that it Qualified

today for American economic aid

on the basis of a resounding elec

tion victory for Wladysiaw uomui-

ka and bis independent brand of

communism..
The "liberal" Communist party
leader was expected to take his
margin of victory which, reached
39 percent in .many areas as a
mandate to sweep out holdover
Stalinists from the government
Sources predicted Stalinist Deputy
Premier Zenon Nowak would be
removed.
Gomulks and his candidates for
ihc 429-seat Sejm (Parliament)

won majorities ranging up to i
percent, according to the serai-

official news agency PAP. His
United Workers (Communist)

party was assured of at least w
nrrri-nt of the seats and probably

Would get 70 percent or more on

the basis of final returns to be

announced tomorrow.
Poles said they hoped the vic victory
tory victory for independent-minded com communism
munism communism would pave the way for
American loans badly needed to
shore up the Polish economy.
The United States thus far has

bten cold to overtures from

Poland for aid.
The newspaper Zycie Warszawy,
asking why the subject of a loan
has not been discussed in Con Congress,
gress, Congress, quoted western press re reports
ports reports to the effect that the United
States was waiting for the results
of the election to see whether the
ciunry would be stabilized.

While tbe election was a victory
for Gomulka, Poland still re remained
mained remained an ardently Communist
rnnntrv. Com u Ik a himself, al

though a Titoist, hat pledged

Jriendship with the Soviet union.
He warned to an election-eve

speech that defeat for him and
hi? friendship for Russia would

result in "crossing Poland off tne
map of Europe."

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Record Number Attend Annual
Meeting Of PCZone Auto Club

MR AND MRS. CARROLL L. TAYLOR leave th e Balboa Union Church following their wedding
turday aSoonMrs. Taylor Is the former Miss Betty Louise Flatau, daughter of Mr. and
Mit ? John Fred Flatau of Panama City. Mr. Taylor Is the son" of Mr. and Mrs. Harold S.
Tayior of Jennings, La.

MR AND MRS RAMON AROSEMENA JR., GIVE COCKTAIL
PARTXFOR THEATWCAL DIRECTORR JOSE QUINTERO
Mr. and Mrs. Ram6n Arosemena Jr., haye issued invlta invlta-tionfii
tionfii invlta-tionfii a cocktail party, which will be held in their home at
BtUThel8it'est of honor will be the noted theatrical director
Jose BYnJamin Qulntero who is back in Panama to visit rela-
tlTeAaptnamnanl'an. Quintero has spent the last -broad,
and has made a name for himself as a stage director in

London and on orouwj.

Taylor Plstsu
WMiiW . ....

ArPurSd Mrs' John sequins. She" chose a matching
daughter of v.Lrnn n nMuins and rhinestones

i nf Panama LHV DC

came the bride of Mr. Carroll L'

Taylor, son of Mr. ana Mrs. nr nr-m
m nr-m c Tlnr of Jennines. Lou

siana at a double ring ceremony

at the Balboa Union unurcn. ot ot-urday
urday ot-urday afternoon. Rev. Oscar W.
Olsen officiated.
The bride, who was given away
k ha father wore a ballerina-

- length dress of white Alencon lace
.aver bridal satin. The long torso

hnriic endine in scallops with a

'bouffant skirt, three quarter

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sleeves and Queen Anne collar.
Th. ..nil or ttlfl Mlffc Wfr MCrUSt-

ed with rhinestones and iridescent

and a veil of illusion. Her bou bouquet
quet bouquet was a shower of white orch orchids
ids orchids and she wore a pearl bracelet,
which was a gift of the bride bridegroom.
groom. bridegroom. Miss Patsy Flatau, the bride',
sister, was maid of honor. She
wore a skyblue taffeta dress with
a scooped neckline and short
sleeves, long torso bodice and
bouffant skirt. Her headress was
of pink flowers, and she carried
a bouquet of pink carnations.
Bridesmaids Miss Paula Holger Holger-son
son Holger-son and Miss Helen Tilley wore i i-dentical
dentical i-dentical pink taffeta dresses, with
blue flower headdresses. T h e y
carried bouquets of blue hydran hydrangeas.
geas. hydrangeas. Judy Holgerson. the flower girl,
wore blue taffeta similar, to the
bridesmaids.
Mr. Randel Keith Price was

best man, and the ushers were
William Hutton. John Dougherty
and Charles Wright. j
' The church was decorated for
the occasion with tall baskets of
Easter lilies and gladiolas arrang arranged
ed arranged on either side of the chancel
and joined by latin ribbons and

bows to standing seven-branched
candelabra. The pews were mark marked
ed marked with white satin bows and gla gladiolas.
diolas. gladiolas. Before the ceremony Miss Nel Nelly
ly Nelly Holgerson sang "Because" and
"I Love You Truly." During the
ceremony she sang "The Lord's
Prayer."
Traditional wedding march e s
were played by Mrs. A. J. O'Lear O'Lear-y,
y, O'Lear-y, who also presented a program
of nuptial music while the guests
assembled.

Following the ceremony more

than one hundred guests attended

a reception at the American Leg

ion Club at ft. Amador.
The mother of the bride, Mrs.
John Flatau, recieved guests in a
gray silk sheath dress with gold
embroidery, with which she wore

beige accessories and a purple

orchid corsage.
Miss Jo Ann Fischer was in
charge of the Bride's book.
Professor Han Janowitz and his
accompanists furnished music
for the reception.
The bride is a graduate of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School and the Canal
Zone Junior College '56 and a
member of the National Honor
Society and Phi Theta Kappa Hon Honor
or Honor Society.
The groom is a graduate of Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Hich School, La. and is pre presently
sently presently attending Southwestern Ins Institute
titute Institute at Lafayette.
For going away costume he

bride wore a gray and white tail tailored
ored tailored dress with matching bolero,
and a white orchid corsage.
After a brief stay at the Hotel
El Panama, the young couple left
for New Orleans. They will make
their home in Lafayette, La.

The Tivoll ballroom bulged

last men t when 457 memoers

and euests attended the annual

meeting- of the Panama and
Canal Zone Auto Club. The
meeting was preceded by a buf buffet
fet buffet supper.

Outcome president Roger A-

dams highlighted the year s acti

vities of botn the national AAA
and this local affiliate. He men

tioned that the AAA took a

to White schools need not return
leading; part in rromotinr and

securing adoption of the United

States Federal Aid Highway Act

of 1956. 1 This Is the greatest

hiehway proiect ever instituted

in fact, it will be the bigsrest

peace-time public works program

tne world has ever known.

Adam revealed that the AAA

was pushing for improved hieh

way safety. Last yefir over .41..

000 peoole died in the United

states becausfe or traffic af'ci

dents. The Iocs I Auto Club

spends considerably each 7ear
on edttcatlonpl safety aids and

works with the Canal Zone

Schools Division in promoting

safety among school children

especially.

The national AAA has 5V4 mil

lloa members. The Panama and

Canal Zone Auto Club has 1758
dues paying members. Adams

stressed the many special ser

vices the Auto Club furnishes

its members, such as road ser

vice, obtaining licenses in Pan Panama
ama Panama for Zone residents map

distribution, trip-tiks for states

trips, and an auto camp for
members at El Valle at rock-

bottom prices.

his, trip through Central Amer-k

lea from Mexico to Costa Rica.

with his ,wife and youner son.

His talk was illustrated with col.

ored slides projected by Oscar
D. White.

The elections for officers for

the tiDCOminsr vear were held.

Due to 'the number of members
voting, the ballot-counting com committee
mittee committee was unable to anounce
the results at the meetinsr. They

Will be announced later through
the nress, and by notices mail

ed to the Individual members.
Arising vote of thanks was
given Roger Adams for his three
years of work as club president.
Appreciation was also voted for
Mrs. Mildred Turner, who has
been secretary-treasurer of the
club for more than three years.
The attendance-at the meet

ing Included representation from
ail communities on both sides

of the boundary, and from the
Atlantic side. Attendance was
the largest ever-recorded at an
annual meeting of the Auto
Club, previous high was 175.
Last night there were 457 pre present.
sent. present.

Iflfjamie Uloidd 3' tick

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General's Daughter
Stars in Jap Movie

TOKYO, Jan. 22 (UP) -Linda
Carter 18 of A 1 1 a n t a Ga. has
been chosen to play the leading

role in a Japanese motion picture

it was announced today.

The pretty daughter of U. Sr

Army Brig. Gen. William M.
Carter will play the part of an
American secretary with whom an
escaped Japanese convict 'ills in
love.

Twin Boy Born
With Heart Outside
NEW YORK, Jan. 22 (UP) A

twin boy born today in Rockland
County with his heart outside his
body was rushed here for a rare

emergency operation.

The other boy born to Mrs

Helen White in Spring Valley Gend
eral Hospital was in good condi

tion.

Surgeons at Montefiore Hospital

said the baby with the displaced

heart had a three-to-one chance

to survive.

na uQura

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 22 (UP)

Airs. Mamie Eisenhower war
close to tears when the proud mo moment
ment moment came yesterday, but it didn't

take her long to get her happy

grin oacK in place.
Only by 'swallowing hard did the
first lady keep her emotions un

der control during'the part of the

inaugural ceremony where her

husband intoned "so help me God"

atier taking the presidential oath

Mrs. iMsennowers eyes never
left the President's face during
this period and she listened in

tently ..while he delivered his sec
ond inaugural addrss.

New Bridge Class

Starts At JWB'

The new cycle of bridge classes

for beginners, intermediates, and
advanced players, will begin Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center.

The class, under the direction
of Harry Friedland of the Marine
Bureau, is presented at no charge
to those interested in learning or

improving their knowledge of the
"rubber" card game. Players are
asked to bring playing cards and
score pads.

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wife of Vice President Nixon,
is shown in the ice blue satin
gown she wore to the inau inaugural
gural inaugural Ball last night. The bo bodice
dice bodice is embroidered with pearls
and crystals.

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time she chatted with Mrs. tticn

ard M. Nixon, wife of the Vice

president, at her frontjow seat
in the inaugural stand and cast

fond glances at her grandchildren.

if. waif. a big day for the first
lady and all the liilte-"EisenhowerS
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day that didn't end until the1 wee

hours after lour inaugural bans.

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daughter came in fqr their share
of glory, too in the inaugural spect-

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FIRST LADY S INAUGURAL GOWN Mrs. Dwight Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, wife of the President of the United States, wore a
citron colored lace over net and matching taffeta to tha
Inaugural Bail last night. Backsweep fullness of the gown is
accented by a sweep of matching taffeta. The entire dress is
embroidered in tiny pearls, iridescent soft yellow crystal drops
and translucent topaz.

acie that is the nearest Yankee

equivalent of the British corona
tion.
Wearing a heavy mink coat ov

er her new violet inaugural suit,
Mrs. Eisenhower took her -place

on the platform alongside Mrs.

Nixon as just about the time the
sun was. breaking through the

clouds. ;

Mrs. Eisenhower's perky hat

perched atop her. famous banes

couldvbe seen, bobbing up and down
as first the vice president and then
the President were escorted to the
platform. She and Mrs. Nixon ex

changed smiles as the vice presi
dent took his oath.

After the President had finish-

ed his address, the two ladies join

ed their husbands. at the railing

for a wave to the crowd before

they went inside the Capitol for
lunch. Later, they rode at the
head of the massive parade that
wound down Pennsylvania avenue
to the White Hpuse.

Young David Eisenhower, at ft'

the oldest of the four presidential
grandchildren, was decked out in

camel-hair coat with gray can

and earmuffs. He was inclined to I

squirm about a bit during the
ceremony, but a few words from
his mother would get him still a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. . .
Barbara Anne .7, jumped up
and down excitedly as the cere ceremony
mony ceremony got underway, largely be because
cause because she was too-small to see
over the railing. She also got a
quieting signal .from her mother,
the wife of Maj. John. S. Eisen Eisen-hower,
hower, Eisen-hower, ,.
Susan Eisenhower, 4, also wis
present butf 13-month-oldJ'Marjr
Jean was left behind in the Whit
House. At her grandparents' 'in 'insistence,
sistence, 'insistence, however.. vM i n Jem

witnessed the private wering-i8
of "Grandpa, Ike" yesterday.. ,e

The Nixon girl Patricia, 10,
and Julie, 8 sat -with their grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, Mrs. Frank A- Nixon of
Whittier, Calif., and munched on
cookies before the ceremony be

gan. Julie stiU was nursing a

black eye,, a souvenir of a sled

ding accident.

Their mother wore a fitted post

of black Afghan lamb, made from
pelts given to her by the Queen
of Afghanistan during a Far East Eastern
ern Eastern tOUr. .iir

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the. annual meeting in the Curundii Community
guiiding at 7:30 p.m. 22 Jan. 1957. The mnriber mnriber-ship
ship mnriber-ship will vote on Salaries, elect new Officers and
declare 'dividend to be paid, shareholders. &fter a
very successful year of operation.
EARL V. TRUXTON;
., Clerk. ';'
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i TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1957
f age mi
Socid ( and Oth
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cCn6iovi5

Continued

4

: Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Atkeson
Visiting From Philadelphia v .1
Mr: and Mrs. Tlmothv B. At

keson of Philadelphia are visiting

Axr. Atkeson's parents, Hear Aa Aa-.
. Aa-. miral' and Mrs, C. L. C. Atkeson
at their home at Headquarters,

Fifteenth .Naval District. Mr.? At

keson is an associate of the law
firm, Barnes, Dechert, Price, My Myers
ers Myers & Rhoads. .

Mr. and Mrs. William Mellhtnny

Announce Birth of Son t
A son, who Is to be named Tim Timothy
othy Timothy John, was born Monday In
Lake Jackson,. Texas, to Mr. and
Mrs. William Franklin Mcllhean Mcllhean-ny.
ny. Mcllhean-ny. The baby Is their, first child.
His maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. C. G.i Alexander of
Independence, Missouri. The pat

ernal grandparents are Mr. a,dt

Mrs. i. Mcllhenny of Diablo

neigms.

Billy Millar
Enjoys Skating Party v
. Mrs. listen Millar 'of Curund l
entertained for her son, 'Billy M','
lar, on his : thirteenth birthtfaj

with a skating party at the BalboiJ

Rolierdrome on Saturday.
. Following an afternoon of skat

lng the party was served a birth

day supper at the Balboa Service

Center. -. -The
group included : the hon

oree's brother, John Arthur Mi?

lar, Billy Singleton. Bobbv Single

ton, Edwin Fehrenbach, J 1 m m y

fenrenbach, Junior Taylor. L

G. Allen, : Lester Cortelloni and

Billy Scandrett.

Farewell Partita
For Comdr. and Mrs. Fish

Mrs. Leslie M. Gross organized

a novel going w away gift for Mrs.
Gilbert R. Fish, who will be leav

ing the Isthmus Feb, 4 when her

nusoana concludes his tour of du duty,
ty, duty, here. At a bridge luncheon giv given'
en' given' at her homa yesterday, each
guest was skda to bring a flT.y
ceht lottery ticket for the honoree
Mr. Fish. '
: Fvors for the x. guests were
twenty cent "chances" in the Pan Panama
ama Panama National Lottery.
. Tha previous 'evening Col, and
Mfs. Israel 8.i Washburn enter enter-lamed
lamed enter-lamed with.eo'iails at their Ama Amador
dor Amador quarter In. honor of Comdr
and.Mrs. Gilbert vr Fish

tha group went to dinner at the

Orientation Luncheon''"
For Albrook Wives ;

raoiiion- was continued ;n the

iprooK uincer s wives C dur
"Orientation" luncheon
last Wednesday at the Albrook Of Officer
ficer Officer 8 Club. Each year the guest
speakers are th 5m.mj;

.General, Caribbean Air Command,

apd j "'"inanaer of Albrook
A, -and the Director of Man Manpower
power Manpower and Organization, CAirC
. Major General Truman H. Lan Lan-don,
don, Lan-don, Commander, Caribbean A i r
. Command, explained the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command and its job to
support the Air Force missions
and Geodetic Survey projects in
Latin American.
Colonel Edwin M. Ramage,
Commander, Albrook AFB, stated
that-awareness and understanding
of .their husbands' units are nece
aary for an Air Force wife to do
ther part in helping her husband.
Colonel Ramage went on to out outline
line outline the mission of the 5700th Air
'Base Group.
rnMafe Josepfi E. RicfisDaftef,'
, (Director of Manpower and Organ Organization
ization Organization at CAirC, gave a break break-flown
flown break-flown of the organization of the
Headquarters CAirC: At the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the oropram iarh wit

had a better understanding of how
her husband's duties assisted the
mission of the Command.
"'. Kobbe Officers
Wives Meet
On Thursday, past and present
members of 'the Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee of the Ft. Kobbe Officers'
Wives Club met toi a business and
social hour in the home of Mrs.
Otto E. Feierlein, the newly elect elected
ed elected president for the term January
through June.
Future plans for various club
activities were discussed along
with a review of the different
committees and their functions.
Present for the first Board meet meeting
ing meeting of the new term were:- Mes Mes-dames:
dames: Mes-dames: Frank D. Miller, Samuel
Smith, Louis Zislis, Arthur Under Underwood,
wood, Underwood, Jr., David Litowky, Frank
Greer, Aaron Fingerhut; Edward
. Mack, Harold Stubbs, James Coo-
per, ft. A: Banks, William H. Grif Griffin
fin Griffin and M. W. McLaren, Jr.
Mrs. Feierlein has announced
the appointment of the following

additional committee chairmen;
, Mrs. Thomas J. Henderson, enter-
tainment committee; Mrs. Rober-
. to- Peralta, co-chairman, entertain entertainment
ment entertainment committee; Mrs. R. S. Mc Mc-Clenaphen,
Clenaphen, Mc-Clenaphen, hospitality committee;
Mrs. Frank J. Spiegelberg, bridge
and Mrs. R. .A. Banks, thrift shop
president.
,? h '''.:

Georse W. Goethals
Heroes OF .'76

George- W! Goethals Camp.,

Heroes oi '70, will hold a bivouac

tomorrow at 1830 hours. The biv

du'ac' will 'encamp at Battery Bir Bir-ney,
ney, Bir-ney, Fort Amador, C. Z. opposite

the Ft. Amador utneers Mess.

J.ook for the arrows showing the

way.

The Commander urges all mem

bers of this Degree to- attend this
important bivouac, and asks that

members who may know of visit

ors holding this degree who have

not been contacted make sure

that they are; invited.

The purpose of the bivouac will

be the installation of incoming Of Officers
ficers Officers for the year 1957 and, the
initiation of several new recruits.

Refreshments and a- buffet will

be served beginning at 1830 hours.

Tamborito Classes

At USO JWB
The weekly Carnaval dance
classes continue at the USO JWB
every Wednesday evening begin beginning
ning beginning at 7:30 p.m., and are under
the direction of Mr. Aniceto Mos Mos-coso,
coso, Mos-coso, instructor of native dance at
the National School of Dance in
Panama.

NEW YORK (NBA) r- The
executors of the will said it was
all. right. So they opened the doors

of New York s last great mansion

lor two days: And In the twilight

of opulence, the public peered into
the oak paneled, past, climbed

tne i circular siairct.se, lingered
tapestries and sat on the brocaded

chairs of the late Mrs. John
Rovensky.

Some of the people came by bus
up Fifth Avenue, past Cartier's,

past Tittanys, past the f laza

Some came through Central Park

at 86th btreet, past the Metropo
litan Museum of Art.

Numbers of people came in

their chauffeured limousines from

duplex luxury on the east side or
villas in Westchester County.
It was the last lime to settle old
business befois the household was

removed to the Parke r Bernet

Galleries for nubile auction.

A young housewife from Now
Jersey knelt to. feel the gold f pi

lots at the sunken bathtub. "My

father used to worK tor-wir. ko-

venskv." she said. "I ust wanted

to see how ho lived."

While Rovenskv is wealthy in

his own right, he merely shared

this mansion and most oi its lur-

nishings for the two years of his
marriage.
The house itself belonged to his

wife a monument to her second
marriage. The decor was a cele cele-hmtion
hmtion cele-hmtion of her third.

An old. old ladv In a blacK cape

leaned heavily on her cane and
surveyed the Meissen porcelain.
Th're were, you could tll, similar-treasures
in her home. "It's
not right," she tald, "to lef people
touch the thing of that poor, dead

woman."

Mrs. Rovensky was born Mae

Cadwell. Her first marriage to
Selden B. Manwaring ended in
divorce in 1914 and she married

Morton F. Plant and lived at 5Jnd

Street and Fifth Avenue.

Fashionable New York was

moving uptown, however, and the

Plants moved wun mem. iney
sold their house to the jewelry
Bhnn of Cartier for a sum of mon

ey and a pair of necklaces worth

The next class will be held to- one and a half miuion qoiiars anu

morrow.- and newcomers are cor

dially invited to join the already
popular class in learning the na

tive dances.

MEETINGS

tack notice for Inclusion in this
column should be submitted in
rype-written form ni mailed to one
of the box number! lilted daily tn
"Social and Otherwite," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by band to' the office. Notice of
:meetina- avuinet beaccepted by
teleprnd;v.-' .- 1 -,
; .... r ,)..,
O. A. R. Executive Board
To Meet Next Tuesday
The executive board of the Pa

nama Canal Chapter of the Daugh

ters of the American Revolution
will meet Tuesday 'Jan. 29 in the

Little Gallery of the Tivoli Guest

House at 4:15 p.m.

Officers and board members are
urged to attend as a number of

problems will be discussed at this

meeting.

IAWC Committee ...
Asilo do la Infaneia
Meets Thursday
Committee for Asilo de la In Infaneia
faneia Infaneia of the Inter-American Wom Women's
en's Women's Club will meet Thursday
morning at 9 o'clock at the Hotel
Tivoli. .,
Card Croup Of
Balboa Woman's Club
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club is meeting Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, for cards, desert and coffee
at the Fort Amador Officers Open
Mess. Desert will be served at 12:
30. after which card playing will
start. For reservations call co co-hostesg
hostesg co-hostesg Mrs. William Allen at A A-mador,
mador, A-mador, Navy 3658 and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Kongable at Curundu 3102 or
Mrs. Peter Bolton at Balboa 2982.

Balboa Woman's Club
Board Meeting
The Balboa Woman' Club will
hold a Board Meeting and Coffee

Social tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. at

the J.W.B. All club members are
invited to attend.

huilt the mansion at 86th Street.

it wag comnleted in 1917. But

Plant lived only one year longer.

A woman, neavy wim mi,
leaned against the Elizabethan
carved oak paneling of the Lord
b. carved oak paneling of the Lord.
Nelson Room and edvised an
attendant: "We must see the
kitchen. My cook an-l nave
come expressly to see the kitchen."

In June, 1919, she was a bride
.-.in- Mr. William Havward.

Hpr son. Phil Plant, was estab-

lichincr a limitation it a play-boy.

And she was establishing one of

R r ' I j v A j '; i z y
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TAYLOR-TLATAU. WEDDING CROUP From left to right at the wedding of Miss Betty
Louise. Flatau to Mr. Carroll L. Taylor are shown the following members of the wedding par.
ty: ushers William Hutton and John Dougher ty, maid of honor, Miss Patsy Flatau, the bride,
Rev. Roscar Vfi Olsen, the groom, best man R andel Keith Price, flower girl Judy Holgerson,
bridesmaids Paula Hoitierson and Helen Tllley and usher Charles Wrisfht.

TWILIGHT OF OPULENCE The public climbed the "circular
staircase, fingered tapestries, sat on brocaded chairs.

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MANSION ON MTH STREETt
Some came to -chauffeured
limousines, others by ou-

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m ni r vo. i -itni niiii TaCi

SUNKEN BATHTUB INTERESTS HOUSEWIFE This house housewife
wife housewife felt the gold spigots in the sunken bathtub, "My father
used to work for him," ahe said. "I just wanted to see how
he lived'

the finest art collections in New

In the 25 years of her third mar

riage, she acquired paintings oy
Watteau, Boucher, Raeburn, Rom-

ney. And Chelsea, Minion ana

Worcester porcelains. And the

Ashburnham gilded silver lonei

service. And uneniai rugs, xuiu
snuff boxes, Chippendal e chairs,
Hepplewhite settees, and clocks

and bowls and vases ana urns aim
candelabra. v

On the third floor, in me tnin tnin-oto
oto tnin-oto Room, a graying man said
to a woman who wore too much
lipstick: "No, my dear. People
like theoe don't make money.
They have money."
ri Havward died in 1944 and

it was 10 years before his widow

married again, ane uvra.gmj iw

un aftor her marriage to Ko-

j .-- j i t

vanctv i(avine nini nuu u.

T. Armstrong and tne unnea

st a t Trust Co. to execute ner

will. .

Her mansion ana tne iwu u

jacent houses will be soia as a
,! tstA narcel. Her home in

M.umnrt will be sold. Her collec-

tion of art, ner nouseuuiu, ..

furnishings wUl do sow. n-u

the most part, ner muney wm

rif intn fllfiiT ...

At the eilded arand piano, dec

orated with classical vignettes, a

small, .tweedy woman sam iu nei

amaU, tweedy friend: i near mey
h.va a Nnaffnificent bathroom

har ton Even better man uie

one, we saw when they opened that

old house on 90th Street.",

According to officials at the

Parke Bernet Galleries, the auc

tion of the Royensky collection
will be held in four parts: The

art from the house; the art from

Newport and other art; the jew

elry; and the library.
The gallery expects that sales
will exceed one million dollars.

And to that end, the doors at

1051 Fifth Avenue have been clos closed
ed closed on the last public visitor a
wizened old man who said that he
had been at the house in anoth another
er another time. And inside they were be beginning
ginning beginning to take the pictures from
the walls and roll up the Oriental
rugs.

Y's Bible Class
Moves To Curundu

The women's Bible class that

been meeting in the Balboa YM

CA for some months has now mov moved
ed moved into Curundu for a more cen

tral location. The Bible class is

open to women of all the surround

ing communities who, care to come

and study the Bible togetnery

Mrs. John Woods is teaching
the class at the present. Women
come from several, communities

to the studv. The class meets each

Wednesday morning at 9:45 in the

hom of Mrs. Minon k. jLeiaig
2053 B, East Third Street in Cu Curundu.
rundu. Curundu. The class Is one hour long.

Last week saw a group of 16 la

dies coming together for the stu
dy.

Panama Firm
Enters Lowbid
Servlcio Brouwer entered a
low lump sum bid of $5,800 for
the complete exterior painting
of four Panama aCnal Commis Commissary
sary Commissary buildings in Balboa, for
which bids were opened yester yesterday
day yesterday n the Administration Build Building
ing Building at Balboa Heights.
The work tvIH include the ex exterior
terior exterior .painting of the Balboa
Commissary retail store;- the
cold storage building, the new
shoe store, and J;he toy store.
All work Is scheduled to be

Completed within. the next three

months.

Ohio State, Bradley Roll
Ahead To NCAA Tourney

NEW YORK, Jan. 22 (UP) -Ohio
State and Bradley, both un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten in conference play, rolled
ahead today on the road to the

w.L.A.A. basketball tournament.

but only after Ohio State barely
escaped an upset;
State's Buckeyes, the lOth-rank-ed
team in the nation, trailed un until
til until the final six minutes of play at
Madison, Wis., before rellying to

Deai Wisconsin, 67-64, last night.
It was their 10th win in 13 eames

and gave them a perfect Big Ten

recora or s.u.
Bradley, ranked 11th nationally.

had a much easier time on its
home court in Peoria, 111., as it
drubbed Tulsa, 72-56, for its sev seventh
enth seventh straight victory. The Braves

now sport a 6-0 mark in the Mis

soun vauey uonterence and a

gaudy overall record of 13-2.

But Wisconsin, winless in the

Big Ten this season, really threw

a scare into Ohio state. The Bad

gers Jumped off to a quick 12-5

lead and still led by 40-35 at half

time. Ohio State didn't go ahead

until Vern Barkstall s three-point

play with six minutes left put

them in front to stay. 60-57. Frank

Howard led the Buckeyes with 23
points, but Bob Litzow canned 28

for Wisconsin, 18 of them in the

first-half surge.

Bradley, on the other hand, had

a 33-29 balftlme margin over Tul

sa and breezed home as soph Gene

Morse showed the way with 26

points. Tulsa's top man was Clest-

er Harrington, and he managed
only 12 points.

beattle, ranked ninth nationally,

racked up its 17th victory against

two defeats by trouncing Gonza-

ga, 106-75. On Sunday night. Seat

tie had beaten, the same foe by
only one point.
In other leading games last
night: Northwestern snapped a 4 4-game
game 4-game losing streak by beating Io Iowa,
wa, Iowa, 70-63, in the Big Ten despite
23 points by Iowa's Clarence Word Word-law,
law, Word-law, and Jed Dommeyer of Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota sank 29 points in a 99-78
victory over Marquette, as six six-eight
eight six-eight Mike Moran of Marquette
tallied 24.
Canisius, ranked 12th nationally,
will be the only high-ranked team
in action tonight when it meets
St. Bonaventure at Buffalo's Me Memorial
morial Memorial Auditorium. Washington
State will be at Idaho in the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Coast Conference and Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech at Auburn in the South-"
eastern in other features.

Sandys, Wife Go
Separate Ways
LONDON, Jan. 22 (UP) Mrs.
Duncan Sandys daughter of for former
mer former Prime Minister Winston

Churchill and wife of Britain's
new defense minister said todav

she left her husband for undis undisclosed
closed undisclosed reasons early this month.

I have parted from rav hus

band" said the former Diana
Churchill. "I have no other com

ment to make."

She and Sandys were married

in 1935 after her previous mar

riage to South African mining mil millionaire
lionaire millionaire John Bailey ended in di-'
vorce. The Sandys have threo
children. I

Fresh as all outdoors
CLOVERBLOOM

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ROUGH "'SAFARI" TREK (JHv

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What mnst re down on the books a the ratirhni lrw

tlon trek of mvdf ra pietarc-making wai completed by Vic Vic-Matare
Matare Vic-Matare anl Janet Uigh, who sUr ia "Safari,". Africaa
i spectacle aow at the Central ia Technicolor and Cinema-
Scope. The eomuanj drove, by ante caravan, front Nairobi
' to location tit. In the Maa Mao heartland of the Kenva
fun lc. 'm dinance of if mile. See "SAFARI" OS VTEDNES-
DAl U AT THE CENTRAL.

If you open another person's
letter by mistake, dont read it.
Give it to its rightful owner
without delay and explain what
happened.
Beapect ng otheri' privacy h
aa fanportaat part of good maa maa-aera.
aera. maa-aera. ...

LuckyTumble
For Tot Saved
Family's Lives
CLIFTON, N.J., Jan. 22 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A six-year-old boy's tumble from
bed proved a lucky fall for his
family today.
Police said Robert Cooke fall
saved himself and his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Cooke, and
his brother, William. 10, from pos pos-sib!e
sib!e pos-sib!e gas asphyxiation.
Mrs. Cooke, awakened by the
noise of Robert's fall, smell ed gas

and summoned help.
Authorities said escaping gas
had filled the house after a fur

nace jet went out during the night.

curicuaA Talcum
Acts Like Magic

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pboael. Keeaa the

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. .. coming
to, El Panama
starting FEB. i
A complete 1-hour
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Connectirtg with fast Braniff service io
48 U.SJL CITIES
- Call your Travel Agent or Braniff Avenida 14
Tivoli 21 telephone 2-0975, Hotel El Panama,
telephone Panama 3-1660, Ext. 130, or Panama 3-4726.
In" Colon, Wephone 779 or 797.

First-cleis end
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1 TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, Mir
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Cohen To Start Davie
Against Brunei Tonight
" By J. J. HARRISON JR. k
Manager Andy Cohen of the Chesterfield Smok Smokers,
ers, Smokers, who was still "feeling lousy" today because his
team suffered a heartbreaking 7-to-6 loss in 14 in innings
nings innings to the Carta Vieja Yankees in David Sunday,
will send Jerry Davie (3-2), the losing hurler in Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's contest, against Cerveza Balboa's George Bru Bru-net
net Bru-net (3-3) at the Olympic Stadium tonight.

Pacific Softball
League

A win for the Smokers tonight

would place tnem one a"
half games ahead of the second
'place Yankees, and the Beermen
would drop to three games off
the pace. ,
w cerveza Balboa victory
Would move them to within a
, came from the lead, with only
one game separating the three
teams. ,,.,-
Trti. will he admitted free

tonight, as all other Tuesday
Cohen aid today that he
took Sunday's 7 to 6 setback
as hard as he ever took a loss
before. "I've lost many
tough one," he said, "but It
wa way we dropued that one
that hurt so much."
"First It looked like we were
-i n taVp it. in a breeze with

Pfthlmon (Humberto) sporting

a 4 to nothing lead in the top
of the fifth. When they (the
Yankees) got their two f i rst
runs In the bottom of the nftn.
I -wasn't too worried as I felt we
could- still hold 'em.
"After Robby save un three
wore In the sixth to put us be behind
hind behind 5 to 4. Michalec (Jim) took
over and at least we were back
In the ball game when we tied
It uo In the seventh.
arm tnnk one-run lead in

the tenth and Jim took care of
things beautifully until he sery sery-A
A sery-A that nnmerun nitch to Left-

ridge (Lee) in the bottom of
the tenth with two out to knot
the score again."
Cohen explained that with the
count three-and-one on Left Left-ridge,
ridge, Left-ridge, Michalec, In concentrat concentrating
ing concentrating on bringing the pitch over
so as not to walk the Yankee
leftflelder, "failed to put enough
tuff on the ball," and the re result
sult result was that Leftrldge ht at
suit was that Leftrldge hit It
the wind, the ball sailed out of
the nark, 390 feet away.
Tha Smoker skipper also
nointed out that on the In

tentional walk pitch that Bil Billy
ly Billy Shanti hit for a single to
right bring home Tony Barti Barti-s
s Barti-s rome from third with the wfn wfn-:
: wfn-: ning marker in the 14th, Davie
"nhould have been more care careful.
ful. careful. "In giving a batter an Inten Inten-tidnal
tidnal Inten-tidnal walk the pitcher should
he as careful a as If he were
trying to get the ball over the
plate instead.
"Jerry learned his lesson the
hard way in not pitching to
Bhafrtz wide enough," he said.
I don't think he'll ever make
that mistake again."
Cohen also revealed that right righthander
hander righthander Alberto Osorlo, who won
four games and lost one for the
Smokers before suffering a
broken bone In the thumb of
his Jeft hand, would have the
cast removed from the Injured
thumb digit this week.
"Alberto Is hopeful that he
say help ns before the season

ends." said Andy, "but since

there is nothing sure about that,
I'm expecting that Flanigan

(Tom) will take up the slack for

us in the closing phases oi tne
camDaien."

Flanigan, a tall lefthander

who has lost three games and
failed to win one, had a win winning
ning winning record with Birmingham,
Class AA Southern Association,
last season.

Ibarra Winner
In U.S. Debut

NEW YORK, Jan. 22 (UP)
Panamanian boxer Toto Iba Ibarra
rra Ibarra last night punched out a
six round decision over Cleo
Ortiz in a preliminary at the
St. N'cholas Arena.
Both fighters weighed 12m
pounds.
Angelo Defendis decisioned
Jerry Luedee in the main
bout.

STANDINGS
W L Pet.

Cervecerla

"Pan Llquido" ......3 1 .750
Tasco Batteries ...... 3 1 .750
Lou Glud Agency ,.2 1 .667

20th. infantry,

Ft. Kobbe ..l 2 .333
USA Signal Service .0 3 .1)00

Next Games

Tues. Jan. 22 USA Sig. Ser.

vs 20th. mr.

Wed. Jan. 23 Tasco Batteries

vs Cer. Pan Liquido.

Thur. Jan. 24 Lou Glud A

gency vs USA Sig. Ser.

Fri. Jan. 25 20th. iniantry

vs Tasco Batteries.

Powells

Win

In Atlantic

Increase Lead

League

Twilight

On The Alleys. .

ARMED FORCES LITTLE

LEAGUE
In a wild and wooly contest,

played at Cocoll yesterday, the

wesi ijanK Doys narrowly es

caped defeat when they scored

four runs in the last half of the
sixth inning to tie the Albrook
team at five to five. The extra
inning played by these teams
failed to produce a run for ei either
ther either team and the game will
have to be rescheduled for a
later date.
Willie Peterson, strong south southpaw
paw southpaw of Cocoli, started for West
Bank and gave up but three hits
and five runs, all coming in the
fourth inning, on hits by Hind Hind-erlelder
erlelder Hind-erlelder and Krebs and the col

lapse of West Bank's defense as

tney committed four errors. Jim

mle Hamilton pitched the sev

enm inning ror West Bank, as

according to the rules, the pitch

ers are only allowed 'to go six

innings per game.

Albrook 's Brown, pitching

sieaay oau for nve innings

seemed to have victory in his

grasp but after getting Nordeng

to pop up in tne last or the sixth

Mann drew a walk, Bridges was

hit by tne pitcher, Lima sin

gled, Genie Unfors drew a walk

to force In a run and Jimmle

Hamilton singled. Reynolds then

relieved Brown and firing away

allowed Balbach to reach first
on his error and then struck out

pace, who had three for four.

ana peterson to end the inning.

Besides pace's three for four,

tne days best hitters were

Bridges' two for three and Hind-

erlelder 2 for 3.

Friday's Results

Before a rooting few on Fri

day, Tasco Batteries kept USA

Signal out of the win column by

a 9-2 score in a one-sided slug

gers' feat.

Tnis win moved Tasco into a

first place tie with Cer. Pan Li Liquido
quido Liquido while Glud Agency trails
in the second position.

Bob Newman, another of this

season's brilliant hurlers, was
able to limit the Signal hitting

stars to 3 hits, all n the first in inning.
ning. inning. This gave him a 3-1 record.
Suffering his first straight de defeat,
feat, defeat, "Red" Keith gave up 13

hits including a first inning

homer by lead-off hitter Barnes

Tasco's biggest scoring of runs
was during thr lower half of

the fourth on four consecutive
singles, two bases on balls and

a force out.

Mason with 3 in 4 and Nelson.

2 for 2, were the outstanding

nitters.

Fastlich League

I W L Pet. i
Palomas l 0 1.000
Conejos 1 0 1000
Pumas 1 0 1000
Ocelots 1 1 -500 1
Pericos 0 1 .000 i
Macaws 0 2 .000 i

Score by Innings
USA Sig. Ser. 200 000 02 3
T. Batteries 102 501 x 9 13
LEADING HITTERS
(10 or more off at bats)

Beer Suds

Tht Beermen gat their big
Chance tonight when they en encage
cage encage the Chesterfield Smokers
at the Olympic Stadium In a
tame which for them to win Is
a 'must." At present they are
trailing the league leaders by a
two-game margin, and If they

. Mint out on iod loniam, mc

margin will be reduced to i
mere game. Starting time ag H
aual, will be 7:30.
it will he Geonre Brunet, tem

peramental southpaw of the

Beermen against Jerry Davie.
Th slender smoker righthand

er has taken the measure of the
Beermen on three occasions, and

la vet to be defeated by tnem

Brunet has broken even In four
decisions with the Smokers, and
to date, has proven the tough-

est Cerveza Baiooa mounasman

to face last year's champs.

We have been Informed that
Colon fan will be compensated
In a measure for the game that

was taken away from tnem on
Jan. 13. The league haa ordered
change m the schedule where whereby
by whereby Cerveza and Balboa will play
this Sunday, and as it was pre previously
viously previously agreed that three games
would be played In colon, the

contest would

the one that

newly scheduled
take the place of

was rainea out on Dec. 18. So
far, there has been no dissenting

wviu uum any oi me team own owners
ers owners or managers and it is hoped
that the privilege of seeing one

more professional baseball game

ur me season win not be de

mea tnese loyal Gold Coast

fans.
Jerry Thome, who in previous
seasons had been of consider considerable
able considerable help to the Kellman Klan,
is now In shape. He has assured
us that he could still be of some
use to the club, as with all the
right-handed uitchlnir and his

ability to hit the long ball, this

wouia oe tne ngnt time for the
Beermen to capitalize on his

assistance.

ab h hr rib's ave.
J. Mason
(TB) 15 9 .600
L. Chance
(PL) 15 7 1 1 .467
J. Malone
(GA) 11 I .455
M. Saatz
(USA-Sig.) ..11 I .455
J. Barnes
(TB) 11 I 1 1 .455
J. Joneau
(20th. Inf.) ..II 5 .417
R. Nelson
(TB) 1) I 1 I .417
D. Wesolek
(20th. Inf.) ..15 6 1 .400
M. Lane
(P.L.) IS 5 2 385
L. Jones
(LG) 11 4 1 4 .164

Ocelots Bite Macaws
At the Fastlich Ball park yes

terday afternoon the Ocelots de defeated
feated defeated the Macaws by a score
of 10 to 2.

Again the first two innings

accounted for enough runs to
win the game. For the Ocelots

In the first Engelke walken,

Dehlineer reached first on a

fielders choice. French walked

Vaughn flew out to right field,

Ammariti walked then J. Morris

doubled to drive in two runs ann

Boyett struck out to end the in

ning.

The Ocelots scored what prov

ed to be the winning run m tne
second on singles by Reynolds,

Engelke, and a double by Deh-

linger.
The big blow came In the fifth

for three Insurance runs when
Vauehn. Ocelots' pitcher, put a

two-two pitch over the center

field wall to drive in two runs.
Vaughn gave up two runs on on only
ly only two hits to register his first
win.
In the first for the Macaws
after two were down Corrigan

walked, stole second, was safe
on a play at third and rode
home on a double by Watts as
Des Londes was out on strikes
to end the inning.

The Macaws scored their Iinai

run in the third as Carrol and

Stielau walked, Carrol taking

third after a put out in left

field and scored as the throw
was wide of the plate, watts and

mpson for the Macaws each
a perfect day at the plate
Ing one for one for the on

ly hits. For the Ocelots the lead

ing hitter was J. Morns with
one for one paced by Engelke

with two for three and Dehlinger
and Reynolds each two for four.

ATLANTIC TWILIGHT
BASEBALL

STANDINGS

W

..4
..2
..1

..0

L

0
1
2

4

Pet.
1.000
66fl
.333

.000

The box score:

Macaws

Stielaw, 3b ...
Pierson, lb .
Corrigan, 2b
Watts, cf
Des Londes, p,

Thompson, c
McGowin, ss, p
Stiener, If
Carrol, rf .....

EditorL-CONRADO SARCEANT

Teams
Chesterfield. ..
Carta Vieja .,
Cerveza Balboa.

.

t

cf

AB
...2
...3
...1.
...1
...2
...1
...2
,..2
,..0

R
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
' 0
1

Ocelots

Engelke, 2b ...3 1 2

Dehlinger, rf 4 1 2

French, ss 1 I u

Vaughn, p 4 1 1

Ammlrati, 3b -2 o u

Morris, j., c 1 1 1

Boyett, If ,..2 1 0
Reynolds, cf 4 2 2
Anderson, lb 2 0 0

Summary
Two base hits: Watts, Thomp

son, Reynolds, Dennnger i.

Home run: vauenn. strike out

by: Vaughn 7, bv Des Londes 3,
McGowin l. Walks off: Vaughn

5, Des Londes 9, McGowin 3.

Earned runs: Macaws 2, Ocelots

Umpires: R. Williams ana

Morris.

Powells .
C.H.S

USS Jasper
CHS-Alumni

Sunday's Results

Powells 6 CHS-Alumnl 2
Tonight's Game
USS Jasper vs C.H.S.
Powells ran their win streak to
four games and Noel Gibson

pitched his third win of the sea season
son season Sunday afternoon when the

champs of '56 ganged up on
Arnie Barnsteln for a total of

11 hits to win, 6-2. In notohing
No. 3, Gibson allowed 7 hits,
struck out 5 and walked onlv

one. Bill Hughes, CHS-Alumni

manager, came up with a new

pitcher from among the ranks
of his players. Barristein, who
had been doing all the catching,
went the distance Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon and despite the 11-hit vic victory
tory victory for Powells, two unearned
runs in, the top of the third
frame, contributed more to his

uiaii tne uiLa.- itwucuu wuu never rails to en-

wiifl two away in tne top or uven mmgs out at the racetrack
the third powells broke t h e when he is riding returned to: the

scoreless tie when Hall beat put;lsln"ius yesterday morning. It is

Won
,.12
. 11 1
.. 10

Lost
10
11
12

Pet.
.545
.500
.455

GB
1
2

rhpJS1, 9AME At Panama
Chesterfield (Davis 3-2) vs. Cerveza Balboa
N (Brunet 3-3).
Game time: 7:30 v

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Hinz Fans 16, Wins Twilight
Opener, 4-2, Over Bulldogs

PITCHING

W L IP ER Pet.

M. Lane

(PL) ....

F. Cheney

(LG) 2

B. Newman

(TB) 3

3 0 24 23 7 1.000

0 15

6 1000

1 23 12 4 .750

Pacific Women's

Softball League

There will be a meeting of the

above mentioned organization oa

Tuesday, January 23, 1957 at the

Paraiso Civic center meeung-
. .il I 4 J. J 4

room, lull meeung iiea r

7:30 p.m.

All persons mteresiea in enter entering
ing entering a team in the 4957 teason are
urge to attend.

John Glenn. Beerman center-

lielder, goes into tonight's game
with him a battin? mark of m

vaira oei in me league. This is
topped by slugging Tony Bartl-

rome of the carta Vieja Yan Yankees
kees Yankees who sports .423 average
and the youthful chesterfield
find Eddie Napoleon who is hit hitting
ting hitting JS29. However. Glenn leads

the loop in RBI's with 16.

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PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
STANDINGS

Team ., ,W 1

Lucky Strike .....I

j. College 1

Balboa High 0

Last Night's Results
Lucky Strike 4 Balboa High 1
Wednesday's Nights Gam

Lucky Strike vs Junior College

7:00 p.m. Balboa stadium

Luckv strike, behind the mas

terful pitching or cnaney hum,

defeated Balboa Hign m m

Pacific Twilight League opener

last night before a large crowd

at Balboa Stadium py me score

of 4 to 2. ....

Although touched ior six nits,

Him was tough m the clutcn
sending 18 schoolboys down on

strikes and shutting the aoor on
the Balboa High's scoring after
a two-run second Inning.

Balboa Hieh started the scor-

ine in the second .Inning when

Winklowsky signed to center,

More struck out, a wild Pcn
advanced winklowsky to second

from where he scored on Lem
Kirkland's single to right. KUrk KUrk-land
land KUrk-land stole second and held up
at third on Bateman's to
right field. Lombana booted
Barbler'g grounder to llow
Kirkland to score from third
with the second run of the In Inning.
ning. Inning. This ended the scoring for
High School, although the los losers
ers losers got runners around to third

ana secona in ine nun wim

lefty first sacker led the hitters
with a single and a triple in two

trips to the plate.
Wednesday night Junior Col

lege plays host to the Lucky
Strikers at Balboa Stadium at
7:00 p.m. coach Stu Brown will

send Lou Charles or Bud Swaim
to the mound while Manager Ab Ab-bie
bie Ab-bie Flynn of Lucky Strike will
counter with Joyce or Larri Larri-naga.
naga. Larri-naga. The box score:

Balboa Hich AB R H

French, cf 4 0 0

Ryter, rf 4 0 0
Sutherland. 2b .....3 0 l

Winklowsky, ss .....4 1 l
More, 3b 3 0 0
Kirkland, If 3 1 1

Durfee, lb 3 0 1

Bateman, c .........3 0 1
Barbler, p ....1 0 0
Hamilton,- p 2 0 0

an infield hit and moved on to
secopd when Louis Dedeaux
beat out a single off to the left
of third base. Hooper singled to

right, scoring Hall with the first
run of the game. Gibson's ground

bail to second went through

or-vis' legs and Dedeaux scored

Gibson stoppinsr at third and

scoring shortly thereafter on a

passed ball. Powells added single

runs in each of the fourth, fifth
and seventh frames to cinch the
decision.
The fielding gem of the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon was tuned in by Powells'
right-fielder, Bill Dunning, when

ne snagged Bill Bell's I o n g

arive, mat DroKe tne back of

possible CHS-Alumni rally in the

sixtn. Going far to his left and

into the corner at right field,
Dunning backhanded Bell's drive

ior the third out of the inning

Powells flrst-sacker, Bucky
Hall, led the hitting with three

ior rour, witn louis Dedeaux

and Louis Hooper each contri

buting a pair of hits to the vi&

tory. Rhodes and Pratter each

had 2 of the CHS-Alumni 7 hits

Cristobal High School, (still

very much in the fight for the
1957 Atlantic Twilight cham

pionship, take on the third place
gang from the USS Jasper at

Mt. Hope tonight. Dany Con-

cencion (1-0) will nrobablv he

going against either Dave Mann

(0-1) or Patterson who is the

expected that he will return tn ar.

tion here over the weekend.

Madcap Chilean -kwlrpv rvioH, .n 2 L '.

Reboiledo who never falls t .n"JLi.BT3 er

. Abrami, which broke down dur during
ing during the running of the ninth, was
also placed under the vets' orders.
Kiroea was set Hmn'u j.

for bleeding from the nose H
was suspended for 15 days for the
same ailment less than a month
ago.

Three thnrnuphhrat (im...

daughters of the good sire Count

icy, win soon arrive here from
Chinqui for sale.
They were bred at the Haras
San Jose and are out of Starnita
Sweet Smoke and Anglia.
Interested parties may contact
Dr. Carlos M. Jurado or I b e
Fernandez.

Lucky Strike

Lombana, 2b

Halman, ss
Flynn, If ...
Johnson, e
Halsall. lb

Carlin, rf ...

Smith, 3b

Tuttle, cf

Hinz, p ..

30
..1
..4

.3
.2
.2
.3
.2
.2
.3

only Jasper pitcher

win thlg season.

Box score:

to notch a

22

Score by Innings

Balboa High .020 000 02 6 4

L. Strike ...004 000 x 4 3 3

Wmnlnar Ditcher: Hinz fl-0).

n. wv ht Hln .ot next two Losing pitcher: Barbler (0-1)

Powells
A B R H PO A E
Swearlngen, c .4 0 1 4 1 0
Hall, lb 4 1 3 8 0 0
Dedeaux, ss ...4 1 2 0 1 1
Hooper, 3b ...4 2 2 0 0 0
Gibson, N., p ..4 1 1 0 2 0
Manning, 2b ..4 0 1 3 2 1
Sapp, cf 1 0 0.0 0 0
Fortner, cf ....1 0 0 3 0 0
Dunning, rf ...4 0 0 1 0 0
Rinehart, If ...3 1 1 1 0 0

No jockey suspensions and only
one fine were meted out over the
weekend at the President Remon

raceiracK. However, several
horses were given enforced vaca

tions ior pulling UD lame anH fnr

poor performances.
The only fine was for $5 impos impos-ed
ed impos-ed on jockey Rolando Lopez Gil

ior Deme aisresDectufl tn th.

starter before the start of the third

race Sunday while riding La Ru-

Uld.

Cascador which nulled i in Inme

in the: first race on Saturday was

given m uayo.
Mr. Tivoli and Verygood also
got 15 days suspension each for

puinng up lame on Saturday. Mr.

livoli made a victorious initial ef-

iori unaer tne x colors of his new

owners, tne Stud Mhira anH he

nananng ot Luis H. "Mago" Far Far-rugia
rugia Far-rugia in the fifth. Verygood ran in
the eighth.

Sunday, Dainty Duchess, Galis Galis-to,
to, Galis-to, Chivilineo. and Kiroffa were n

set down for; various infractions..,

ior ner poor performance in the

urge race.

GallStO. Which wax an 'imnrea.

sive winner in the seventh.

put unaer orders of the track's
veterinarians after w i n d i n g up

uavid Constable and Empera Empera-trjz
trjz Empera-trjz Vasquez were the top winners
'J? cntest being sponsored, by
Gallito Cigarets and the "5 and 6''
magazine. Each will collect a to total
tal total of $6.25 of the $30 prize money
offered. :
The $20 first prize was split a a-mong
mong a-mong Constable Miss Vasquez,
Mario Morales, Dimas Caballero
and Catalino with v..

ning coupon each. Each Biekeil

three winners, . ,,.
.. The $10 second nri. w. i

15 cents per winnine rmmnn with

turn iu'-.Z'" "-".

- u uic mix. races. 01
the contest. Missv Vasquez and
Constable had three winning coup coupons
ons coupons each while Luis Romero, En Enrique
rique Enrique Eduardo Youna. Johm ;

jjuwyuicjr, iosianuno spencer,

T.

MOD fllipflM.. A n 1

Only 4 Major Conference Cage

Champions In Line To Repeat

33 6 11 18 6 2

CHS-Alumnl
Rhodes, If ...
Pratter, 3b
Felksberg, as
Rock, lb
Barnsteln. n ..

Orris, 2b
Lung, cf

Bel, rf
Davidson, c..

.4
.4
.2
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3

batters on strikes to end the

threat In the fifth Jerry Durfee
trioled "over Tuttle's head in

centerfield with Hinz again re

tiring the next two batters on

strikes to post all three outs of
the inning on strikeouts.
Lucky Strike scored all their
runs in the bottom of the third

to ice the game early. George
Barbler gave up only one hit in

the weird inning' but walked

three Luckv strikers, and along

with three costly errors by nis

teammates, the winners sent

nine men to the plate to push
across four runs. Barbler In his

first start of the season went

two and two third innings strut

lnt out two. walkns- four and

allowns- onlv two hits. Lefty Bob

Hamilton took over in the third

and finished up allowing one

hit the rest of the game.

Hini did net give a as
a balls sntll the last Inning
when Owen gather land work worked
ed worked him U a fall count and
then got a free vas ta first

Jerry Durfee, Balboa High's

Struck out by Hinz 16, Barbler

2, Hamilton 3. Bases on balls:

Hlns l, Barbler 4. Hamilton 4.

Two base hit: Sutherland. Three

base hit: Durfee. Doubleplays:
Winklowsky to Durfee. Left on
base: BHS 8, Lucky strike 7.
zinger. Scorer: Mead. Time of

Umpires: p. corrigan and Hil-

game: 2:20.

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ment tournament is purely for the enjoyment

of the spectators and players.

Each move of the players wil
be limited to ten seconds, govern

ed by an automatic timer with an
alarm. Members of the Balboa Y

Chess Gub, Panama Chess Club,

and tne cness-piaying public are

invited.

IDRIVE-IN
as. -- -- a. mm m a.

TODAY

Chess Tournament
Tomorrow at Balboa

There will be an informal "Ra-

nid Transit" chess tournev at the

Balboa YMCA on Wednesday atTand have a 4-1 record now to

By JOHN GRIFFIN

NEW YORK, Jan. 22 tUP)

The 1956-57 college basketball
season reached the mid -year
examination milestone today

with only four major conference
champions of last year in line
to repeat Southern Methodist.

west Virginia, Connecticut, and

iaano state.

These are the only court kings

of 1956 who once again' are

leading their leagues. Most of
the others aren't even close to

the top.

The court sport pauses to
take stock at this time because
those mid-year tests have the
athletes noundinr th books.

Only fire of the-rnation's top
, 10 teams played this weekend
and all wonled by third third-ranked
ranked third-ranked Kentucky. Only six of
the top 10 wfil play at all dar daring
ing daring this week.

S.M.U., the nation's ..o. 4
team, clings to a half -game lead

in tne southwest Conference

race despite a surprise loss to
Texas on Friday night. Tha Mus Mustangs
tangs Mustangs are shooting for their
thfrd straight conference title.

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West Virginia, ranked 18th na

tionally, has a nerfect 6-0 record

in the Southern Conference and

also will be a heavy favorite to
win the post-season tourney that
decides the tournament bid In
that loop.

Connecticut with a 2-A record

In the Yankee Conference. Is a

sona cnpice to win the crown
for the fourth straight year, the

mnm m iu years.
Idaho State has a 4-0 mark In

the Rocky Mountain Conference

ana is expected to win Its fifth

league crown.

Here's the situation In the

other major conferences:

Big Ten Ohio State kent its

lead at 4-0 with a 70-51 rout of

Michigan State Saturday, Is

trailed by three teams at 3-1

Illinois, Purdue and Michigan

The Buckeyes are favored over

Wisconsin tonight and North

western Saturday. Defendini
champ Towa has only a 2-2 mark.

raelre Coast Coniereneo
California is 5-t bat defend defending
ing defending ehaanp U.CXA. is right
behind at 4-8. CaJ ts ebedated
for one gam thk we k. vs.

Stanford oa Friday, Bat UCLA I

is Mle.

pion Dartmouth Is In fourth
Place at 3-2.
Atlantic Coast North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, nation's No. 2 team and
the only major unbeaten team'
in the country, is 8-0 in tha
league race and win ni. w

favored to win the leaon.

Swunl ,orI,the Champion

""i"1, -"uiuia awt is ued for
last place at 1-S.
Southeastern Tulana ahtd
with 4-1, but Kentucky, nation's
No. 3 team is right behind at
nT!0,??."1 Auburn- Cham.
pion Alabama is 2-1 but an on on-derdog
derdog on-derdog now. Kentucky can tie
1,leKTulaine..'or lead y beatinr
Mth-ranked Vanderhiit s.f,.

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uy ,nna auduih can

fair- Um

lead by beatln oeorcia tv.

Tuesday and Georgia Saturday.

3 ocTcn a.ansas still leads
with 3-1. but nnsetir t.

State and Nebraska are each 2 2-1.
1. 2-1. Kansas and Nebraska, are Mia

but Iowa State can tie for first
by beating Missouri Thursday Thursday-Champion
Champion Thursday-Champion Kansas Stat la -2-2.
Skyline Brieham voun- Uarfa

with 3-1, followed by Montana.

and Utah State at 3-3. whtio

champion Utah Is tied at 2-2.
Brlgham Young-TT tab ta f

clash Friday tops the league's

program this week.

Missouri Valley Braffler

ranked 14th nationally, way out
front with 5-1 against s-1 fnr

St Louis and Wichita. Champion
Houston seems out of it at 9-s.

Bradley risks perfect mark to tonight
night tonight vs. Tulsa.

Other conference leaders In Include:
clude: Include: Middle-Eastern St. Pet Peters':
ers': Peters': Mid-American Miami of
Oho; BorderTexas Western. ';
Kentacky, Lonb-ule, Iowa
State, and Yanderbflt were tha
hirh-ranked teams to wte Sat-

arday n'ght and Seattla
Sunday night.

Ivy League leader Princeton Carolina (No, 2. S.M.TJ.
(5-C) Is ldlt this week. Cham-and U.CJLA, (No. 8).

Kentucky (No.-J beat Ten-1
nessee : for the 13th straight

time, 97-72, as Gerry Cahrert

scored 20; Louisville CSo. g
romped over Kentucky Wesle-

yan. 9643; Iowa State (No. 8)
rallied to beat Oklahoma easily,
74-54, as Gary Thompson tallied

23; and Vanderbilt (No. 10)
trounced George Tech, W-74.

eeam ino. S) saiieaked to a

77-78 win over TJonzaga Sunday.
Ranked team, idle thl week

include Kansas TNo. l). North
'k1Im st. at m s a k

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Intramural

In the invitational ping pong
tournament for C League boys,
Jorge de la Guardia emerged the
-champion of the 8 boys in the
single .elimination competition.

This event completed the ping

pong phase, of the C League intra

mural at Bamoa Junior ana se

nior Hum. -

De la Guardia swept to the
championship in a convi n c i n g

manner, losing Only one game on

the way. He defeated Dennis Jjraa-

chaw 21-10, 21-11 in the opening

round, then faced Ken Anderson.

Anderson proved to be his swift

est competition, but de la Guar J

. dia 'won 21-15, 16-21, Zl-15, 15-
match. Shortage of .time neces

sitated a 15 point limit in the
fourth game.
In the finals de la Guardia met

Malcolm Wheeler. Wheeler got
there by winning from Pete Green

21-9, 21-15 and then be toox Bill

Wilkinson in the most evenly con

tested match of the entire tourna-

ment, r zi-if, zi-ii, iu-zj., zs-zu.
Nervousness handicapped Wheeler
in the finals, but even so he made
a good contest of it before bowing
out in three straight '21-17 gamesa
C League boys now move into
the Balboa pool for water polo
competition. Jerry -Buckner is cap-

tain of the sting Kays, ton ftiai ftiai-lahan
lahan ftiai-lahan of the Whales, Pete Green
of the Corbinas. and Jim Barnes

of the Sharks The teams have
each played and practice game

and are ready for the official
league competition to get started
this week.
Even in the practice games the
competition showed itself to be
an evenly matched proposition.
Jim Potter paced the Sharks to a
4 to 3 overtime win over the Corbi Corbinas.
nas. Corbinas. Potter scored twice, but it
waa Jimmy Barnes who scored

the. .tie breaking goal in the over

Sports

high scorer for the losers With
of the Corbinas'3 points.

'The Whales won from the Sting
Rays. 6 to 4 and this game wat

anybody s contest right up to the

final whistle; Jim Moore showed

plenty of scoring class as he rack

d up all 6 of the .Whales goals,

and Al Muller scored 2 oi the
that the Sting Rays netted.

The A League boys are getting
ready for their basketball league,

while those in the B group are all
set to battle it out on the Softball

diamonds. Before either of these

leagues start, however, the com

bined A-B League ping pong had

o De completed.
Joe Behar's team won this com
petition with a perfect slate of

wins and no defeats. In their fin final.,
al., final., game they defeated L e r o y

vaugnan s team 3 to 1. Benito Sa

las' tarn assured themselves of
at least a tie by defeating Joe

Barr's outfit 3 to 2.

r Leon Dobrowolski's team and
Jorge Aleman's team was the top
individual player with 6 victories
and no losses. Leon Dobrowolski
had 8. wins with 1 loss, Jorge A A-leman
leman A-leman 6 and 1, Jaime Seise 3 and

l, and Rolando Chanis 7 and 1.

These five boys five boys along
with Joe Garcia (4-2), Joe Behar

(4-2) and Tomas Alexander (4-2),.

will play for the individual cham

pionship in the invitational tourn

ament starting this week.

FINAL STANDINGS

A-B League Ping Pong

Team

Behar -v. .

Salas
Dobrowolski
Aleman ....

Norton .....

pearl

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time period. Maurice Nan mad wasVaughan

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Bulldogs Seek
2nd Straight
School Victory

ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Standings January 21, 1957)
' W L GB
Coco Sollto Cubs ... .4 0 .0
pirates ,,..........3 1 1
Police Pals 2 2 2
Mutual of Omaha ,..1 2; ,2Vj
CocWCola t. .Vt il '"-S- -3
,ix.'B-j,;f n 91.

The Pirates had another run
producing spree on Thursday
afternoon' they downed the
police pals 17-2 In a game play play-ed
ed play-ed at the Margarita Little
League Held. L. j. Chrlstoph
went the route for the pirates
ai ht posted his aecond win pi
the season.
Richie Carpenter started on
the mound for the Pals, -and
was greeted toy a six run, four
hit opening Inning, and as a
result was charged with the loss,
joe Coffin started the. second
Inning and completed the game
for the police.
Edsal Hllty, the. Plrateg ster sterling
ling sterling third sacker, was the lead-j
tag hitter with three singles,
joe Coffin and Corkie Cortez hit
safely twice. The outstanding
play in the field was made by
Ray Scheldegg as he picked up
Karpinskl's sizzling grounder to
end a Police threat in the fourth,
inning. .. 5

The box score:
Pirates 1 .,, AB
Chin, C 3
Cortes, cf
Bbdon, cf 0
Alberga, is ..........3
Hllty, 3b ..1........-S
Hickey. 2b 2
Chrlstoph. L., 2b ....0
Will, It W. 2
Butcher, If 1
Scheldegg, lb 5
sjanders, rf ..........2
Murray, rf i.. ...... ..2
Chrlstoph, L- J, p ...3

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2
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0

Total

.81 17 10 1

Police Pals
Orr, cf ,..0 10 1)
Watson: ef 0 0 0 0

MHhone. as 4 0.00

Karpinski. 2b 2 10 0
Barber, 2b' 0 0 0 0
Coffin, lb, p 2 2 1
Jonrbloed. rf, lb 1 0 0 0
Griffith. Jb 1 0 0 0
Carpenter, p 10 0 0
parks, rf t o a 1
smith, If 3 0 0 0
Brayton, 3b 2 0 10
ram, 3b 1 0 0 o
Cooper, e 0 12

Roscoe, c
Hutchinson, 2b,
Peterson, ss ...
Sanders,, cf
Tobin, If

Crouch, 3b

4
2
3
2
3

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Stohrer, rf .,.3
IJDocjBpry; --2?.. ; j&

0 0
1 0
0 0
1 1
1 1
0 2
10
0 fl

"Totals
Braves
Seabolt, p
Roth, c
Rice, ss

Hardlsty, 3b

Bullington, lb

Bonzoumet, cf 2

.28 5 4 1

1
3

A

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Sharlch. If

Ollphant, 2b
Hakanson, rf

Jacobson, ss .

Montez, rf ...

..2

..2
..1
..1
..1

The Canal Zone junior Colilege
hasphall team will meet the nine

top baseball players from Balboa

High scnooi wnigni in iu inw
ed Balboa Stadium.

With two eames under their belt

the Bulldogs will have a slight edge
nn the college boys who will be

stDDDlne out for the first time.

In its opener in school competition
the BHS team defeated the Cristc Cristc-hal
hal Cristc-hal Hich" School Tigers by a 6-1

srore in a looselv played contest

The highs chool opened-last night

against JLucKy airiite in i.ne rcv
fic Twilight League. i
it is Generally felt that the Bull-

rincs will have to display a much

finer and sharper type of play to

oot. hv the Green Devils tonient

The Colleeians have been heard

to express the complaint that BHS

with its multitude oi swiaems nave

too much deDth in athletics tor

the College.

This could be true in football

where the free substitution rule
and two-platooning make possible

th use of such aeptn ana in oas-

ketball where the lack of depth

Dlaces a disadvantage on the small

squad in the event of fou-outs or
injuries. However, in baseball each

SCnOOl Will Jiace III uiue ucai. "J
on the field and "away we go."

During interviews with various

members of the Junior College
team it was discovered by this

writer that there now exists a
determination among them that a

team made of high school teen

agers will not be capable oi de-

feting a hustling, aggressive Ju

nior Colleee club.

The probable starting nne-up

is: i.

Junior College
2b-Rolando DeDiego
ss-Fred Raybourne
lf-GU Smith
3b-Lou Charles
lb-Joe Wood
rf-Dean Washburn
p-Raul Swalm
Balboa High School
) V r .jX-
lf-Dori r Ryter V ; s ?
cf-Charles French 1
lb-Bob Hamilton
ss-Dan Winklosky
3b-Richie More
rf-Lem Kirkland 1
2b-Owen Sutherland
n-Gaddis Wall.

Game time 7:00 p.m. Balboa

Stadium.

OUT OF DOORS with

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ililliiiiiilifii

DUAL ROLE FOR COCKERS
By JOE STETSON
Dog Editor
THE Annual National Cocker
Spaniel Specialty Show, held in
New York this month, departed
from its usual practice s of con confining
fining confining activity to bench and obedi

ence competition by inviting the

National Field Trial champion to
give an exhibition of handling and
retrieving on live birds.
This could have resulted In "just

another exhibition, but the re

ception of the demonstration was
surprisingly warm and the inter interest
est interest wide-spread among the bench bench-cocker,
cocker, bench-cocker, owners, present.
Even more gratifying was the
enthusiasm of club officials over
an American Cocker winning' the
championship for the. first time.
They officially offered their assis assistance
tance assistance to Cocker owners wishing
to direct their steps toward field
activify. The accomplishment is
the result of the perservering ef efforts
forts efforts of on individual, f but the
fancy is proud of it.
One strongly emphasized point
is -the fact that the Champion.
Prince Tom III, CD, CD.X TJD,

was a successfully trained' obedi obedience
ence obedience dog before' starting his field

work, ;Tnis ti an intriguing angle
to the thousands of amateurs who

train Cockers for obedience com competition.
petition. competition. It offers them a concrete
reason for many of the devices
used in obedience, and places a
functional value on accomplish accomplishment.
ment. accomplishment. .!,,:
There' would be ample objection
from Bome old-timers, I'm sure,
were the point to be debated, but
Prince Tom is a uving example of
a dog that works with push-button
control, yet is uninhibited and
ha. in no way lost hs initiative
because of obedience.
I'll have to go along with the
old-timers in that some of the rou routines
tines routines of obedience have no beam beaming
ing beaming on field work and are, there therefore,
fore, therefore, a waste of time to the train trainer.
er. trainer. For this reason, were a dog
initially intended as a field dog,
running the gamut of complete
obedience for competition could
very well be a aste of effort and
time. This does not discount, how however,
ever, however, the value of training per se

and the development of an under understanding
standing understanding between dog and trainer.

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LEAD IN COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED BOWLINl, LtAGUE

APA 2 TASCO BATTERIES 1

New Records Set At Gamboa
Age Group Swimming Meet

2
2
4

.333
.333
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Totals

Score by Inninr

Coca Cola 002 3005

Braves 000 0000

IS 0 4 6

The game of the year was
played Saturday afternoon when
the coco Solito Cubs won their
fourth straight contest by de defeating
feating defeating the Mutual of Omaha
crew, 1-0.
Mario Villamarzo and Bud

Wainlo matched pitch for pitch

through six innings of scoreless
ball. A base on balls to Luther
Qulnn In the top of the sixth
Inning set things up for Octa
vio Comacho. the Cubs slugging
catcher. Comacho was equal to
the occasion and poled a double
to left field to score Quinn with
the only run of the game.
Iri the bottom of the sixth.
Mutual threatened as Field, the
first man up, was walked and
Buna followed with a single.
With two men on and nobody
out. Villamarzo struck out
Wainlo and Bath. Dockery then
popped up to Villamarzo to end
a thrilling hall game.

Gibraltar Life ..1
Elks 1414 1

q l Seymour Agency .0

Lincoln Life a Spur Cola 4
Yesterday afternoon at the
Pacific Little League Stadium,
Lincoln Life clmbed into second
place after a see-saw battle with

the Spur Cola team.

It was a free scoring game
with both teams starting off in
the first Inning with runs.
Lincoln Life started with two
runs when Louie French slam slammed
med slammed the first pitch served to
him for a circuit clout. The
Spurs came right back and scor scored
ed scored three runs and went ahead
by one run.

, The box score;

Coca Soilt Cubs

Eberenz, cf
Kanorln, cf

Villamarzo, p
Quinn, sa ...

comacno, c

AB

1

.2
avV!
........2

..3

Henriquez. 2b ...2
Hill. 3b ..3

Motta, If 0
McNamee, If ....... ..0
Cross, rf ....,1
Jodice, rf, lb .......1
Bialkowskl, lb 1
Brannick, rf .........1

Totals

...22 2 4 4

' Score Tnigii
Pirates. ...,...10 m 17 10

Jolic 200 000 2 "4

Friday's rmt aaw e
Co) a Bottlers down th

Totals

.20 1 4 1

Motaal of Omaha Omaha-Field,
Field, Omaha-Field, c

llLum. Reg, ss

4 wainlo,. p

Cora Burza, 3b

Coco Bath, lb

flo Brws 5-0 behind th frgr Dockery el

hit ltchin of Dave Wilder and Rier. rf' .
Ricky SaTiche,. Wallace, U

CajJosJ5ebolf Wtrhea tne -n-iuer. iu ....
tire ramt for the Rrarw. pd.Lum. RoL, If

iteaerved bettr fst- tn ta!see ey ia

1Mb fT which he rS rhaiea
B allowwl oni fonr Wi nt
rro behind helped "the
Bottlers- to bvikl their fir runs
, Wayne HArdUaty. tb Braves
first baseman, and Walter
Crouch of the Bottlers led the
batters rlth two hits apiece.

2
2

3
..3

...2
3
.......2

The box score:
C- Cola 11 It R
WUdT. p, lb 1 O
EWfcez, lb. p 0 0

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

BiUison, If ...I

Duran, zr ..
ToUls .....21 0 2 0
- (a) struck out for Lorn in S.th. j 9pmr Cola
Score y laa'nts Persntle. 3b
Cubs 000 00011 4 ljSrkenberg.
Mutual ...000 0000 2 O'AlMltton. p
. 7ir1rk. lb
PACiriC LITTLE LEA G IT d?haw ef

This advantage was wiped a a-way
way a-way a few Innings later when
Lincoln Life came storming back
with a three run bulge. The fi final
nal final score was Lincoln 6, Spur 4.
Both starting pitchers, Albrit Albrit-ton
ton Albrit-ton for the Spurs and Beck for

the Lincolns, went the distance
desoite the free scoring with

Beck beine the winner.
Louie French, Lincolns' stellar
third baseman, was th offen offensive
sive offensive star for the Lincolns, get getting
ting getting thre ehits. including the
four bagger. Behind him was the
uo-and-comin catcher Oeoree
Case. For the losing 8Durs. Zel Zelnick
nick Zelnick had a perfect day. two for
two. with the, big catcher Peter
Whitnev two for three.
Lincoln Life pulled off
fsncv double plsv when, with a
runner on second, the bster hit
a shm BTOunder to Uttle Bob-

n bie ostre who wh'ooed the ball

0;to first bascnan Famworth for
o'one out and when th' runner
Olon mcop' t1M fo third. Fmv
01 worth rifled the ball to Louie
O French for th dntible play.
0 i Rieht fielde- Mounts for tt

mour cola, had a another neia neia-ln
ln neia-ln ggem. whn he wmt deo In Into
to Into centifleld tn bring down a
Dotentlal base hit

o

0 Um1b tVfe
g'joyner J., rf
oik. p
olostre. ...
Oiwrench. 3b .........3
Ow c
o'Msrt rf ..
nrele L.. If
O WIawm.. 9
0 "nwwnrth: lb 3
0:rnsnds, 2b ......1

2.

ADDroximately 80 swimmers,

aces 8 -10 years, were on hand to

participate in the age group swim
meet held at the Gamboa Pool on

January 19. Practically every com

munity and most Armed Service

posts were represented.

Three records were broken as
John Townsend lowered his own

record of 17.7 to 15.9 for the 25 yd.
freestyle for boys 7 years old;

Jane Wilson set a new mark of
18.7 for the girls' 25 yd. freestyle

for the 7 years old bettering by

3.2 seconds the former mark of

21.9; Henry Shirk for. the third
time bettered his own record in

the 25 yd. backstroke for boys' 10

years of age when he turned in
17.8 compared to the previous
mark of 18.1.
New records were established In

most ail 'Other events except .: m

some of. the : 10 year old ; events

since records werj not previously

recorded for some of the other age
group distancs and strokes.
This meet was conducted by the
Division of Schools under the sanc sanction
tion sanction of the Metropolitan Associa

tion of the A. A. V. Awards for

the meet were donated by John
Townsend of Balboa.
The results:
25 yard Free Style
Girls 8 B. Holmes, C Koford,
E. Sellers Time: 27.2.
Boys 6 L. Brewster, J. Summer-

ford, L. Brockmaier Time: 19.9.

Girls ,7 J. Wilson, M. tDner, n.
Dillon Time: 18.7.
Boys 7 J. Townsend, T. Mattice,

J. Brennan Time: 15.9.

Girls 8 C Zemer Time: 29.0
Boys 8 G. Vaucher. D. Wilson,

D. Holcomb Time: 18.1.

Girls 9 L. Benton, S. Shirk, B.I
Mattice Time: 17.8. ;
Boys 9 M. Manning, S. Brown,;
R. Sommerford Time: 15.6,
Girls 10 G. Albritton. R. Reard-.
on, B. Bell Time: 17.6.
Boys 10 R. Duncan, H. Shirk,1
E. Wieberg Time: 1S.2.
25 yard Breasrstroke
Girls 8 E. Sellers, C. Koford, B.

Homes Time :33.5

Boys 8 J. Sommerford Time

32.9.

S Girls 7 J. Wilson, N. Clark, C.

Koford Time: 31.0.

Boys 7 J. Townsend, T. Mattice,
R. Shuey Time :19.4.
Girls 8 C. Zemer Time :26.S.
Boys 8 D. Wilson, G. Vaucher,
R. Hamilton Time :25.9.

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Girls 9 G. Thomas, B. Mattice
B. Lewter Time :27,1.
Boys 9 S: Brown, R. Sommer Sommerford,
ford, Sommerford, M. Manning Time :22.4.
Girls 10 J. Holgerson, B. Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, G. Albritton Time :24.9.

Boys 10 J. Ebdon, R. Duncan,

H.. Shirk Time :23.3.
25 Yard Backstroke

Girls 8 B. Holmes, E. Sellers,

C. Koford Time :32.4
Boys 6 S. Radel, J. Sommer Sommerford
ford Sommerford Time :27.9..
Girls 7 J. .Wilson M. Ebner
H. Dillon Time :27.5. T
Boys 7 J. Townsend, J. Bren-

jnan, R. fehuey Time :20.0.

Girls 8 C- Zemer Time :25.0.
Boys 8 G. Vaucher, D. Wilson,
D. Holcomb Time :23.1.
Girls 9 L. Benton, M, Dignam,
. Shirks Time: 22.5.
Boys 9 M. Manning, It. Som Sommerford,
merford, Sommerford, R. Harned Time":21.9.
Girls 10 R. Reardon, B, Bell,
B. Henderson Time :20.8.
Boys 10 H. Shirk, R. Duncan,. E.
Wieberg Time : 17.8.
25 yard Butterfly
GiHs 6 E. Sellers, B. Holmes,
C. Koford Time :38.4.
Boys 6 J. Sommerford, Radel Radel-Time
Time Radel-Time :28.6.
Girls 7 .J Wilson, W. Bell, C
Koford '- Time ;30.4.
' Boys 7 J. Townsend. D. Som Som-merfprd.
merfprd. Som-merfprd. t. Mattice Time :18.7.
Girls 8 C. Zemer Time :30.8.
Boys .8. G.. Vaucher, .D., Wilson,
R. Hamilton Time :23.0.
Girls 9 L. Benton,. M. Dignam,
G. Thomas Time :26.8.
Boys I S. Brown. R. Sommer

ford, R.. Harned Time :19.5.

Girls 10 G. Albritton. B. Hender Henderson,
son, Henderson, R. Reardon Time :23.5.
Boys 10- H. Shirk, J.-Ebdon, R.'
Duncan, Time :24.0.
100 yard Individual Medley
Girls 7 J. Wilson. H. Dillon, C
Koford Time 2:14.7.
Boys 7 J. Townsend, J. Bren Brennan,
nan, Brennan, T. Mattice Time 1:39.9.
Girls 8 C. Zemer Time 2:16.0.
Boys 8 G. Vaucher, D. Wilson,
D. Holcomb Time 1:53.1.
Girls 9 L. Benton.' S. Shirk, G.
Thomas Time 2:04.4.
Boys 9 S. Brown, R. Sommer Sommerford,
ford, Sommerford, M." Manning Time 1:45.2.
Girls 10 R. Reardon. B. Bell,
B. Henderson Time 2:04.5.
Boys 10 H. Shirk. R. Duncan,
J. Ebdon Time 1:41.8.

FOOT FIRST Warren Hack Hacker
er Hacker was supposed to have foot
trouble with the Chicago Cubs
last season. Traded to the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Reds, the pitcher
showed he had good under understanding
standing understanding before signing.

Gun Club Notes

' APA and Tasco had the hardest
battle of the ninht but APA tonic

Tivoli Motors outscored the Col- advantage of the breaks and woa-
omal insurance team two gamti the tirtrt twe game by oniy .one,
out of three and broKe tne ucjut and 16 pins before hey reienledJ
lack between themseievs and ua and let 'lasco have the third game.'.'
Atlas' Club for first place. Atlai Dy 43 pins. Earl Bet and ,Bq
had their dreams of first plae j Bowen led the' Flyers with 569 and
rudely broken when they last tlu 510 while Dick Soyster led tht"'
first game to the last place Braniii Twco five, v-
Airways team by a lousy twp pint-. i
Wednesday marked the firs; APA 1 TASC "TTiRlfS 1
time of the season that no bowle.- APA ani Tasc0 6arf th harrip,.-'
rolled a series of 600 or beUer b.tUoW&'S':
and- also the first time that twjfadvantage of the breakj d ...0
earns bAye had a tie game, $ej- the firgt two game fe u
mour Agencies and Pepsi Coialand 18 pins before they relented"
in their battle for fourth placj, and et Xasco have the gamfr
split the first two games and enajby 43 pjns Earl Best) and fiob -ed
up deadlocked for the thud Bowen led the Flyers with 569 arid""
game with -941 pins each a n d 5l0 whiJe Djck Soyster led the Tas-",'K
through checking by both captains co five, re
proved to no avail and each had ' '
to be satisfied with a tie game. PEPSI COLA I'a
Earl Best of the APA Flyers! sbymoup ar.Fwr ir ha
had the high series; of the night1 SIYMOUR AGENCIES IV
W1th a '569 followed by Dick : Soy- Pepsi and Seym6ur finally jfir"
ster, taking the p'ace of Harryi .. .. ... : J wv
Colbert for Tasco. Batteries, with I the flr8t game of sea0Vw

565. Only 6 games of over 200 were and then it was due to Curly Bate

, By BOB COUSY
Written for NEA Service

QUESTION: i Dribbling down the
sideline, a player stepped out of
bounds. He did not touch the ball
while outside. He' was In bounds

on the next step and didn't miss

a, dribble. Is there a violation
here;?,, --Alex .Robertson. "5
Answer: Yes.
Q. What's the best way to de

fend against a jump
Grein.

rolled and thev were -by Bud Bal

cer of Tasco with 212, George Ri Riley
ley Riley of Pepsi wjth 211, Earl Best of
APA with 206, Bill Coffey of Tivc
li with 205. and Dick Soyster of

Tasco with 203 and 201.
The ladies seemed to have much
more on the ball as their scored
were much better than the men.
Thelma Cambv of Seymour Agen

cies and Dell Peters of the Braniff

Fivers had identical high series

of 487 which iust barely beat out

Marue Hicks and Lil Gunn of

Seymour and Tivoir with 486 and
483. High Game honors went to
Thelma Lowande of Tasco with
n excellent 191 and Reggie

Schmidt of Tivoli Motors, with 178.
Addie Colclamre of Atlas was
next with a 175 game.
TIVOLI MOTORS 2,
COLONIAL INSURANCE 1

having one of his few misses of ""
the season. With Curly needifig
only a spare and just the 5 pin
to get it looked like a sure victory 1h
for Seymour; but as in all sports
nothing is final until the final out.
Frank Melnick again led the Pepsi'
Kidw with 534 with Bob Boyef
close on his heels with 531. Wilma.nr,
Riley with 425 led the lassies'.
Marge Hicks and Tbelma Camby
were the only Seymour bowfers1'
to bowl their average. v- v',
STANDINGS AT THE END A.

OF THE Wh Week:

Bill Coffey and Bill Rogers were

the big guns for Tivoli as theyi
fought their way back into first
place. Lill Gunn and Reggie!
Schmidt increased their averages:
with series of 483 and 467 as Tivoli ;
won the first two games and lost

the final eame Dy 4.1 Pins. Jtor inc.

Colonial Jnsuranccmen it was All

Minor with ,536. Colonial had drop dropped
ped dropped into the cellar again but are
still onlv 9 games out of first place
nrf wtir he the -Broilers of- the

shot? Jack! league far as the top teams are

concerned.

Tasqo Batteries

Seymour Agencies

Pepsi Cola
APA
Colonial Insurance

Won Lost

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A. If the shooter moves lateral

ly before taking it, you have the

best chance. He can only do one
thine eo up, Stick with him and

try to time your jump with him

r" 7 ZTnJZ I JnZ ZrJZ ftey pulled themselves out of the
ISS" ?0,H Jl eellsr with an upset two to one

BRANIFF AIRWAYS 1
ATLAS CLUB 1

Seventy year old Harry Klumpp
again led the Braniff Airways as

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for the basket, you're in trouble

Only he knows when he s going
up. If you leap, he can continue
driving. ;

Q. Do you believe any of the

science has gone 0111 01 preseni preseni-day
day preseni-day basketball? George Gram Gram-ford.

A In 1097 F.lmpr Ttinlev still

an active coaph, wrote a story for pins and lost by only two pins, his

newspaper.! "The science nasi average wouia nve nun me uu-

left basketball," he said. "It is be-ference. Mac Lane with 509 and

coming a game of running ana Addie coiciasure wnn u were
throwing.'! Seems that this sub-1 the only bright spots, of the night

ject is a bit old. lor the Atlas five.,

win over the Atlas Club. Harryi

had 3 consistant games of 175-180-190
for a 545 series. Bob Toland.
not so jovial, followed Harry with
a 527. series and a 192 game. Dell
Peters with her 487 helped hold
up the slack. Atlas was, definitely
hart by the absence of Ted Albrit Albritton
ton Albritton the first. game and were forc forced
ed forced to use his average minus ten

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WAHOO! SH5.00
Richard Widmark in
"A PRIZE OF GOLD,"
Larry Parks in
"JOLSON STORY

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Today IDEAL .20 .10
Jennifer Jones lrr
'"INDISCRETION OF AN
AMERICAN WIFE".
Alec Guinness in
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CRISTOBAL
Members of the Gold Coast's

shooting fraternity at the an annual
nual annual meeting of the Cristobal
Gun Club here today unani

mously reelected Its first officers

for another term In 1957. Jr. H.

(Harvey) mith remains as pres

ident. Dr. 6am D. Aycock as vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, and B. C. Casanova as
secretary-treasurer.

Tne Board of Governors elect

ed for 1957 will be Capt. J. Bed Bed-nan,
nan, Bed-nan, John Fettler, Walter John Johnston,
ston, Johnston, R. H. Kirkpatrtck. J. Last Last-1nger.
1nger. Last-1nger. Lt.-C0L A. G. May. J. P.

Merry and Paul S. Stewart.

Mr. Joe H. ("Misery' ) Kueter

maneuvering adroitly to imple-

of being razzed on their first at'

tempts. We're aiming to help.

not to discourage them.

"The meeting closed with the

award of two handsome7 door
prizes. Lt-Col. May won a .22-

caL rifle, and Casanova a 21
caJ. revolver.

Along The Fairways

- 9

Ladies Calf News frem Paaama

Club

The women of the Panama Golf

Club ran a rainy season Ringer
tournament which ended In De

cember. The prizes for this tourn

ament were given by jack Schor,

a kettle Jungs Kansom, am oj

Sjmeni ma idea mat six years are H Summerfreund of Mercuri Mercuri-n
n Mercuri-n 'enough, turned over the reins of L- iwivm lUh 'Ti,. r,r

fliTrsp and fikeet Range Manager r-

n assisted by Lastlnger. In accept-

I Lastinger expressed the hone
:that a tood attendance will be
on hand when the clays start
'breaking at 4:30 each Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon and at 10:30 on
ithe first Sunday morning of
leach month.
"We hope,- also," said John-

l'tH.n. in .,t,.Mi fnrKitbeir rimr season scores. Ttus

O.bencfiU of this pleasant sport. I i should encourage a large number
5 beliere that roan potentiallv of entrants. So the ladies ef Pa Pa-l
l Pa-l exre.ierst shooters fail to try rt'oama Golf ewa are kjokmg for-
simply tcaufe they are afraid 'ward to a. successful Ringer.

ing the posts. Johnston and

t Police
O Lincoln

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Katie Call r im tow aei was Ma Mary
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Irene Robinson.
. February L a dry season Sing Singer
er Singer will be started which will raa
for three months. The Panama
course is in excellent condition af

ter the Open se those going into
tb tournament should expect to
cut ss many ss tea strokes off

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Cuban Exiles Asked
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To Leave Country
HAVANA, Jan. 18 (UP) .CU;
ban political exiles In the Dom Dominican
inican Dominican Republic have been ask asked
ed asked by the Dominican govern
ment to leave .that country with within
in within 40 days, .qualified, sources re reported
ported reported today ;..
They estimated" the number of
Cuban refugee'jiflthe Dominij
can Republic at between 100 and
300. ';'
The report was.-given added
.raHanoa hV t.Vla rPTPnt DOlitlCal
Vl&UWA.Vt. '"J V- 1 .
"rapprochment", between Cuban,
presment Fuigencio dusi uu
Dominican strong man General Generalissimo
issimo Generalissimo Rafael Leonidas Trujillo.
Prominent- Cuban political
exiles in the Dominican Repub Republic
lic Republic were said to include Candido
de la Torre, former Havana
councilman; Eufemio Fernah Fernah-de2,
de2, Fernah-de2, former chief of the Cuban
Secret Police; policarpo Soler, a
former police lieutenant; Jesus
Gonzalez Cartas, a former marl marl-time
time marl-time police lieutenant and for former
mer former head of the revolutionary
organization known as "Accion
Revoluclonaria Guiteras."
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Household
FOR SALE: General Electric re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, sealed unit, 3 -year
guarantee, excellent condition.
First $100 takes it. Panama 3 3-5810.
5810. 3-5810. FOR SALE: Dining room set,
'bedroom set, girls' beds, wash washing
ing washing machine. Call 5-563 or see
at 242-A, Gatun.
FOR SALE: Rattan 8-piece liv living
ing living room furniture set $200. Call
3-5 p.m., Panama 3-4280.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bedroom
aet: double bed, mattress and
spring, wardrobe, vanity and
bench, night .table, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $200. House 530 Loro
Place, Ancon, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Household furni furniture
ture furniture and effects, misc. tools, ra radio,
dio, radio, plants. All very reasonable.
Phone Balboa 2-1300.
Elude Male Chorus
To Sponsor Trip
Through PanCanal
-TheEtudiTMle Chorus, Will
Rnonsor an exftlirsinn ntt ftnn-
day, Feb. 4fr, through-the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal. The ferrv hoat Pres-
idente Porras will leave pier 18,
Balboa, at 8 a.m. on to Gatun
breakwater, before returning to
Gamboa.
. There will be a v&rletv nf en
tertainment, music, refreshment,
signtseeing, ana an orientator
to give the" highlights of the
trip. Tickets call be obtained at
the Mc Almond store; Springer,
Tel. 2-0740.1 Panama, or anv
member of the chorus at the
Cabo Verde seventh Day Ad Ad-ventist
ventist Ad-ventist Church. ; ..
Pfominertt HopVp
1 ACROSS
, 1 Honest
I Lincoln
4 Actor, Alan
8 Go by
,12 "My Gal
j 13 Toward the
sheltered side
1 14 Notion
; 15 Before
(prefix)
J 16 One not
i prominent
'18 Withdraws
!20 Profanity
21 It is (coritr.)
22 Love god
24 Kind of fairy
26 Discord
goddess
27 Drone bee
30 Consents
32 East Indian
plant
54 Jewel
85 Revised
36 Lamprey
37 Morning
moisture pl.)
39 Microscope
' part
40 Cowboy,
" Autry
41 The sun
42 Rich king
45 Ascending
49 Not changed
CI Correlative
of neither
62 Withered
63 Unaspirated
64 Compass point
55 Observed
56 Wiles
57 Stitch
DOWN
1 Vipers
2 Uncovered
3 Kind of
college
4' Countries
5 Century plant
6 Thicker
7 Scottish Tiver
8 Agave plants
9 Mine entrance
10 Son of Adam
11 Remarks
17 Lassoed
19 Kind of duck
23 Gets up
24Vawn
25 Curved
i molding
26 German city

AUDIE'S NEW PICTURE
ANOTHER TRUE STORY

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The colorful John PbUIlp Clom, Indian ajent who
captured Geroimo with the Indian police force he bad
trained on the Apache reservation, to the basis of "Walk the
Frond Land." lhis is Audie Murphy's first picture since his
sensational!? su'cessful To Hell and Backhand it was pro produced
duced produced and d.r.Tted by the same men who handled those
. tasks for "To MH and Back." aamelv Aaron Bosenberf and
Jesse Hibbs. See "WALK THE PROUD LAND" with Aadie
Murphy. Anne Bancroft and Fat CroWlev m the sUrring
. roles, which OPENS TOMORROW AT THE LUX.

FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, Two-Ten Series $1850.
Call 5-563 or see at 242-A, Ga Gatun.
tun. Gatun. FOR SALE: 1952 Chev. 4-door
sedan $650; also 1949 Cadillac
convertible $595,' cash or terms.
572-C, Curundu Hgts, or phone
83-6230 evenings. v :i
FOR SALE: '52Buick Super
Hardtop, dynaflow, tinted glass,
2-speaker radio, $850. Phono
Balboa 2-1300.
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Real Estate
FOR SALE: Boquete homesites.
Level, electricity, water. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices, terms. Sara Carrel Carrel-ra,
ra, Carrel-ra, Boquete, Chiuqui.
Ike: Oldest
For Second Term
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22 (UP) (UP)-Presldent
Presldent (UP)-Presldent Eisenhower who was
66 last Oct. 14 is the oldest
President inaugurated for a
second term.
One President William Honrv
Harrison was older when he I
began his first term. Harrison
was 68. He caught pneumonia at I
nis inauguration on March 4 1841
and died after 31 days in office.
Reverse Record
NORSEMAN, Australia, Jan. 22
(UP) Motorist Alan Sylvester to today
day today claimed an automobile record
in revwe. He said he drove 150
miles backward across lonely
bush country to the nearest ga garage
rage garage when his transmission fouled
and Drevented him' from usinc
'forward gears.
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41 Lateral parts
42 Disorder
43 Arrow poison
44 Venture
46 Lease
47 Organ of
smell
48 Increased
50 Note of
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prefixes
28 Portent
2 Communists
31 Most aged
33 Fodder pits
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BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
CINE CLUB NOW ACCEPTING
MEMBERSHIPS The Cine Club
of Panama has been a long de desired
sired desired project which has finally;
become reality, specially for
those who enjoy good movie en-'
tertainment. The Cine Club will
have two monthly showings (sec (second
ond (second and last Wednesday of every
month! and only members- will
bo admitted. The initial admis admission
sion admission fee for membership is $5.00
per person plus $1.50 monthly
dues. To start the Cine Club go going,
ing, going, the first movie that wlil bo
played will be "The Magnificent
Seven" which Time Magazine
(Dec. 10) has acclaimed as tho
most outstanding Japanese mo movie
vie movie of 1956. For further infor-.
nation please write or call: P.O.
Box 80, Panama City. Phone:
2-4668.
i OR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Singer sewing ma machine
chine machine with motor, 7 drawers, in including
cluding including bobbin case. Singer hem hemstitching
stitching hemstitching attachment and pinking
machine, $90. House 249-A Li Li-mon
mon Li-mon Place, Gatun.
FOR SALE: Fine German Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd (Police) pups, 5 weeks old.
0765--B Williamson Place. Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, 7:30-9 p.m. Tuesday.
The Curundu Post Restaurant of offers
fers offers for sale the following arti articles
cles articles listed below:
DESCRIPTION AMOUNT
Table, Wooden 6
Machine, Hair Drying 1
Stool, Metal, Red Top 12
Table, Pool 1
Cabinet, 6 Drawer, Metal .... 1
Chairs, Padded, wo Arms. . .42
Chairs, Chroma ..20
Chairs, Lounge Padded
- wArms
v Board, Sandwich SS. . .
- Cabinet, Filing, Wood,' f.
$."3 Drawer.-i ,.-.1, . ...
Cabinet, .Wood, U Drawer
Kardex ....,,,,,......
Show Case
Tables, 30 x 30, j.
Waste Receptable, White
Dome . 4 . .
Chair, Wood, wArms 1
Clock, Electric, Wall
Receptacle, Wooden
Basket, Waste, White, Metal
Fudge, Warmer Unit
Show Case, 22 X 44. .
Board, Menu
Board, Menu .
Ice Crusher
Stool, Foot ...............
' Desk, Writing ......
Dispenser, Bear
Cabinet, wWire i..
Cabinet, 6 Drawer, Metal
Kardex vj .,.., 1
Cabinet, Filing, Metal,
Portable 1
P. A. System .',V3.". i 1
Machine, Adding, Remington 1
Check Projector . .......
' These articles cart ba seen at the
Post Restaurant in Curundu. Tel.
83-6205.
FOR SALE: Sit 5 girl's winter
clothino.. 1581-8, Balboa. Phona
2-3479.
First Snarks To Be
Sent To SAG Unils,
NY Times Reports
NEW YORK, Jan. 22 (UP)
The first of the United States'
intercontinental missiles is
scheduled for assignment to
Strategic Air Command units,
the New York Times said today.
Northrop Aircraft Corp. an
nounced the assignment, first
indication the Air Force intends
to push the Snark past the deve development
lopment development stage, the Times report reported.
ed. reported. Aviation Week was quoted in
the report as savins the first
Snarks least ambitious of a se
ries of intercontinental msisiles
being developed would be de delivered
livered delivered to the Air Force In about
a year.
A missile with a ranee of a
bout 5000 miles, the Snark was
named for an Imaginary animal
In Lewis Carroll's noem. "The
Hunting of the Snark." It Is 69
feet long, has sweot wings is
powered by conventional jet en engine
gine engine and travels at about 600
miles per hour.. .t-
Someone Missinn
Of, Yr-ort Hrrrv!
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22 (UP) -A
familiar face was missing from
jthe inaugural scene today for the
first time since 1937.
I Former President 'Harry. S.
Truman stayed home in Missouri.
Mr. Truman attended 01937
and 1941 inaugurations as a' sen senator.
ator. senator. In 1945 he was on hand as
the new vice president. In 1949
he was the big show itself.
Four years ago- Mr. TnimiB
accompanied President Eisen Eisenhower
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Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartment, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment (corner) : living-dining
room, $70, screened. 56 Belisa Belisa-ria
ria Belisa-ria Porras. Key apartment No. 2.
Information phone 2-2316 or 3 3-0234.
0234. 3-0234. v
FOR RENT: lii El Cangrejo, 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartment with dining dining-living
living dining-living room, kitchen, laundry,
maid's room, etc. Call 3-3742.
FOR RENT: Three 2-bedroom
apartmests, excellent residential
area. Phone 2-3519, 8 a.m. -6
p.m.
FOR RENT: Beautiful modern
furnished two-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Ave. Peru 37-48.
FOR RENT: 2-room apartment.
29th Street & Cuba Ave. Phono
3-6221 office hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, inspected, screened. Via
Espana, last house before Juan
Franco.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment with two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living and dining room,
balcony, maid's room with bath.
Campo Alegre. Phona, 6-8, 3 3-7192.
7192. 3-7192. FOR RENT: Modern one-bedroom
apartment, with stove, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, hot water, balcony.
Campo Alegre. Phone, 6-8, 3 3-7192.
7192. 3-7192. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, North Amer American
ican American neighbors, parking space,
$50. Phone 3-0471.
Junior College
News
oj2F LlI;CpTTOMvy
J. C. ODenerl its hasohi.ll
l 1 Dv.n,iuii
iasi nienr aeainst i iirtu -ctiiro
No word yet, at this printing on
thO rillt.AmA lt mm. T-
" -"'., ut uir uiuncy is on
the Green Devils, led by a mound
Staff of Lou Charles R
and Fred Raybourne. We should
uave me siuu 10 Deal-em.
The Conauistador IIUd
teams had a real race down the
wire to see which team could sell
mora ads. fin' tm oV.H nt..
narrow win, 27-26, which means
mat joe Wood's team will be host
at a party on Saturday afternoon.
It'll cost the unfortunate a hn.lr
and a half apiece, said blood mon
ey Deme Davame tn t aspv asap
(as soon as possible).
Sally Harrold, J.C.'s debutante
model, got her picture in the pa paper
per paper for helping out in Panama's
auto show last week. Also cruised
around in a bis '57 Olds, chauffer chauffer-ed
ed chauffer-ed by Dtan Washburn. Hard life,
ain't it?
Only got till Friday to order your
school rings. Mr. Bowen has the
ring sizes, so see him and get the
size to Donna McCarthy or Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Ann Meyer.
INSIDE INFORMATION: The
U.S. Air, Force Academy is ten tentatively
tatively tentatively planning to give their
cadets a trip to Europe this sum-.
mer. wnen I heard about this, I
figured that we ought to have the
same opportunity. Haven't had a
chance to see Gus about it yet,
but will do so at the earliest op opportunity.
portunity. opportunity. After all, what is an
S.A. for? All interested in a free
trip to Europe, see Gus. But dont
get your heart set on it.
DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT DEPT
The boys at the dorm have really
been burning the midnight oil this
week. Those durn exams are real really
ly really worrying them (and me)... Sor Sorry
ry Sorry to report the impending loss of
one of J.C.'s most popular stu
dents. K.. (j. (tor Kenneth Charles)
Zimmerman is leaving the 29th
for Kansas to study animal hus
bandry, or some such thing. We'll
miss his Runyonesque philosophy
ana snrewa aevuiry, but it can t
ha halnMl linloce nt mm.iwsa
some umurestiin accident pre
vents him from catching the plane
Heh, heh.
Got a peek into little Junior's
private diary the other day. Very
interesting.. Quote: How to cut
corners when behind In work. 1.
Go to Chem. Lab, put chemicals
over slow-burning flame. 2. Go to
English class. 3. Return to Chem.
Lab. Chemicals will be properly
heated, half the experiment done
already. Unquote. Only dont get
caught.
Pin-uo of the week is a cute
chick name of Glnny Di Bella
Need we say more?
The bulletin board in the lounge
has a list of J. C. teachers, their
ages, salaries, edu cation, etc.
Some wise guy added two years
to their ages. That made Mr. Tur Tur-byfill
byfill Tur-byfill all of thirty years old.
Hate to -cut this so short, but
.tim tnchidea
See you next Week,' assuming I
'pass those exams.

AT 57 "H" STREET

Houses
GATUN vacation quarters for
rent. From February to April
15. Call 5-318.
WANTED
v Houses
r
WANTED: By American fami family,
ly, family, four-bedroom house in quiet
section. Call 3-6817. .
Help Wanted
WANTED: General house maid
to live In. Good with children.
Phono 2-4382.
RSSSA anPS!
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Medal-Giving Binge
lo Spur Reds
To Greater Harvest
MOSCOW, Jan. 22 (UP) Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's top leaders fanned out over
the Soviet Union on an unnrere.
dented medal-giving binge today
in hopes of spurring the peasants
on to Digger grain harvests.
Virtually trip entire ton rhonn
of Kremlin officials toured the
country distributing medals to an
estimated 100 000 : eithm Tho
medals ranged from the tnn.rnlr.
mg lemn order to simple discs
ior -.-excellence in work.
The 'decorations were seen rmt
only ss recognition of past serv
ices in Drodueine nne nf the ara
est crops in Soviet history, but
'- u luvcuuve ior even Bet
ter efforts among the peasants in
me luture.
The mass exodus nf nffipiala fnr
tne award ceremonies began as
soon as Communist Chinese Pre Pre-mer
mer Pre-mer Chou En-lai comnleted his
visit here last week. Half of the
r residum of the Soviet Union
(rarliament) scattererl frnm Mnc.
cow on good will iiinkerc. in
direction.
Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin and
first deDUtv Prem jpr Anacfta UTi
koyan left Saturday for Central
rtaia mi give ineir personal thanks
to farm workers who did a good
job during the last harvest.
Worst Chicago Fire
In 23 Years Razes
Grain Elevator
CHICAGO. Jan. 22 ftTPV a
multi-million-dollar fire
Chicago's worst in 23 years, de-
auuyeu grain elevator and thre
atened to Dlow uo another hiio
grannary before it was brought
under control today.
Nearly half of the city's ; fire
fighting forces battled
tacular blaze, which raged out of
control on Chicago's river front
ior aoout five hours In rainy
weather. :'
Northeasterly wind trusts' Of un
ia miles ner hour sent flames
licking 250 feet into the air and
whipped sparks over a 10-block a-
rea.
The flames were visible for' 15
miles and attracted about 10,000
spectators to the scene on the ci city's
ty's city's southeast side.
One of the onlookers. Fiord
Traynham, 61, a Universal News
Reel cameraman, collapsed with
an apparent heart attack and was
dead on arrival at South Chicago
hospital
There were no reports of injuri
es. --i.:
The blaze, of unknown cause.
was spotted by watchman Wil William
liam William BuDok at about 10 p.m. last
night. He ret. from the elevator,
owned by the1 Continental Grain
Co., and seconds later a mass of
flames leaped from the top of the
building.
Damage estimates varied.
Bay J. Daley. ocUng fire marsh
al, said the loss would amount to
"at least U million and prooaoiy
more." - -

PANAMA

RESORTS
PHILLIPS Oceansido Cottages.
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts.
phono Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
, 3-i673
Baldwin's furnished a p r t t-,
, t-, ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Tolophono Smith, Balboa 368U
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. ... Modern conveniences,:
1 moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-44 1. i
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
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jutant Adjutant general,) U.S. Army, .Caribbean, for hia adopted sug suggestion
gestion suggestion that will save the Army an estimated $2700 annually.'
Wolf, a member of the 62nd Machine Records Unit Headquar-'
ters.UJ3. Army Caribbean, Fort Amador,; got the award fof
recommending the replacement of a business machine used- for
verifying records for a type more suitabl' efor, utilization with
other business machines used in his office. (U.S. Attnjr Photo

.V.

MRS. BARBARA C TREFCER receives a suggestion award
- and check for $65 from CoL F. 3. Tate, Director, Inter A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan Geodetic Sarvey, In ceremonies held recently at the -Supply'
Section, Quartermaster, Corozal Mrs. Trefcer's prize-
winning suggestion was for changing the design and use of
: a form fox reporting funds. tUiJ. Army Photo)

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FOR
12 WORDS .,
FOR sale:
Boats & Motors'
FOR SALE; Two Chris Craft
145-horsepower marine engine. .'
s dual controls,, panels, automatio
reverse gears, in excellent oper operating
ating operating condition, See Albert Bar
ten, Balboa Yacht Club. i
FOR SALE: 18 -foot sloop, 4-1
cylinder inboard. Bast offor. Rob-'
art Harris,. Albrook 2166.
FOR SALE: Boat and 25-hp.
Johnson, new, sleeps Z, fiber
glass, fully equipped. Boice crane
10 ; circle saw; 6" jointer; 30"
igg saw; 3 lath; drill prats,'. '.:
; sender, saw sharpener, bench.
Call 5-480.
Company who recently .rrlved
him

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VENICE, Italy, Jan. 22 (UP) -The
son of a former foreign min minister,
ister, minister, a onetime Rome police chief
and a self-styled marquis went on
trial here today with nine lesser
defendants for the sex and nar narcotics
cotics narcotics scandal death of beautiful
Wilma Montesi.
No Separata Trial

Presiding Judge Mario liben
rejected a defense request which
would have granted a separate
tfial to Giampero Piccioni, ajazz
band leader and son of former
Foreign Minister Attilio Piccioni
v;ho now represents Italy at the
United Nations.

Pirrinni is accused of "culpable

hnmiride" the equivalent of

manslaughter in the death of the
21-vear-old Roman girl whose half
clothed body was found on a
beach 20 miles south of Rome in
April 1953.
Former Rome Police Chief Sa Sa-verio
verio Sa-verio Polito is accused of taisiiy taisiiy-ifig
ifig taisiiy-ifig records and trying to cover
Up the case.
."Marquise" Uta Montagna, who
adopted the title after he made
a fortune, is charged with being
an accessory after the fact. The
other nine defendants are accused
of falsifying testimony and ob obstructing
structing obstructing justice.
Har Mother Weeps
The court chancellor read the
charges while 100 persons in the
audience listened quietly. The only
drama of the opening session was
provided by Mrs. Maria Montesi,
mother of the dead girl, who wept I

as the story unfolded.

Let the people know the truth and thd country is safe Abraham "Lincoln.

32nd FEAR

PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1957

FTYt CENTS

Israeli Troops Pull Out Of Sinai Desert
Far as Gaza; No More Withdrawal Seen

JERUSALEM, Jan. 22 (UP)

Israeli troops pulled out of the Si

nai Desert today. They withdrew

as far as the Gaza Strip and a 180-mile-long
coastal region guarding
Israel's shipping route through the

Gulf of Aqaba.
A new frontier of white-painted
oil drums and barbed wire mark marked
ed marked the two contested areas which
Israel says it will not give, back
to Egypt without firm guarantees
against future aggressive activity.
Reliable reports reaching, here
said the mass withdrawal of the
Israeli forces was completed by 2

p.m. Troops of the United Nations

Emergency orce i ui-r muveu
in right behind the departing Is

raeli units.
Rut instpad of following the pre

invasion armistice line from the

Mediterranean to the nea sea, me

It was charged that Miss Mon Montesi
tesi Montesi accompanied Piccioni to the
beach near a former royal lung lunging
ing lunging lodge where .a sex and drug
orgy had' been held; that she col collapsed
lapsed collapsed and that Piccioni left her
there to die.
When her body was found, it
was said she had been bathing
her feet, fainted of natural causes
and was drowned by an incoming
tide. Rumors cropped up and led
to a formal investigation.
Disclosure of orgies among
Rome's cafe society and involve involvement
ment involvement of Piccioni led to his father's
resignation as foreign minister.

Maximum penalty for each de defendant
fendant defendant would be five years im im-prsenment.
prsenment. im-prsenment. More than 300 witnesses were
scheduled to be called in the trial.
Ticcioni will be called first tomorrow.

King Saud Stops.
Visits in Genoa.
Then On to U. S.
ABOARD S.S. CONSTITUTION,
Jan. 22 (UP) Arabia's King
Saud, en route to the United
States for conferences with Presi President
dent President Eisenhower, took a quick
look at the sights of Genoa during
a stopover there today.
Tiie King and 20 carloads of
relatives and retainers about a
third of his official party drove
rapidly through the Italian port.
This U.S. luxury liner is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to dock in New York Jan 29.
Saud is going to Washington to
explain the Egyptian led Arab
bloc's rejection of the "Eisen "Eisenhower
hower "Eisenhower Doctrine' for the defense
of the oil-rich Middle East against
Communist aggression.
He boarded the Constitution in
Naples yesterday, after flying
from Cairo at the conclusion of
the conference in which Egyo.
Syria. Arabia and Jordan an announced
nounced announced their rejection of the U.S.
plan.

ingrid Back Home,
Happy. But Denies

Return to America

PARIS, Jan. 22 (UP) Ingrid
Bergman returned from the Unit United
ed United States yesterday, glad to be re
membered there but happier to be

bark with her family m fcurope.
Wparine the same black wool

dress she had on when she left
i.prp Friday nitrht for New York,

Miss Bergman commented for 20

minutes in English, French, Ital Italian
ian Italian and Swedish on details of her
36-hour trip to receive the film
critics award for her role in
"Anastasia".
"I was glad to see they hadn t
forgotten me," she said of her
fans in America. She left her hus husband
band husband and daughter in the United
States seven years ago and joined
Italian director Roberto Rossellini

in Italy.
"Broadway (where she last ap appeared
peared appeared 10 years ago as St. Joan)
is better than ever. 'My Fair
Lady' is the best musical I've
ever seen," the actress said.

She said she rested during the
flight and was prepared to return
tonight to her Paris play "Tea
and Sympathy".
Miss Bergman disclosed that
she was so busy in New York that
she had no time to go shopping
for her three children by Rossel Rossel-lini.
lini. Rossel-lini. "But one of the big toy stores
very obligingly sent a selection to
my hotel,'' she said.
"It was all like a dream.1 People
I can never thank enough covered
me with flowers and gifts. I was

verv moved

Israelis marked out their frontier

to cut off the Gaza Strip and a

protective area along the. Gulf of

Aqaba. The latter ribbon of beach

in the south formerly was used

for Egyptian guns which barred

Israeli shipping from the gulf.

An Israeli foreign ministry

spokesman said no further with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal was planned.
The United Nations General As

sembly had called, for complete
evacuation of the entire Sinai, in

cluding uie Gaza and Aqaba strips.
The Israeli foreign ministry

spokesman said the new demarca demarcation
tion demarcation line runs two-thirds of a mile
west of the border town of Rafa
on the Mediterranean and then
turns into the old armistice line
south of the town. This cuts off
the Gaza Strip.
It 'follows the armistice line a a-bout
bout a-bout 160 miles south to Ras en
Naqo. But instad of terminatinsr

there in the Gulf of Aqaba, the

Israeli pullback line stretches

south along the Sinai beach for
180 miles to the entrance to the
gulf.
Israeli troops retained possession

not only of the coastal strip, but

also the strongpoint on Sharm es

Shiekh which dominates the en

trance to the gulf.

Enrollment Begins
Thursday For JC
Extension Classes

Registration for the second

semester of the Canal zone ju

nior College Extension Diviison

classes will be held on boin siaes

of the Isthmus Thursday night
from 6:30 to 6:30. In Balboa

registration will take place in

the' office of the Canal Zone Ju

nior College and in Cristobal in

tne Cristobal High scnooi Build

ing.

A total of 40 courses are being

offered prospective students In

Balboa. They include a number

or classes in tne business and
commercial department; house

hold arts, engineering, lan

guages, mathematics, social stu studies,
dies, studies, and speech and dramatics.
Courses to be offered on the
Atlantic side include elementary
shorthand, conversational Span Spanish
ish Spanish and the theory and practice
of investments.
It was stressed that courses
for which fewer than 10 students
register, will not be started.

Second US A-Powered Sub
Makes Secret Trial Run

GROTON, Conn., Jan. 22 (UP)
-The Seawolf the nation's sec second
ond second atomic powdered submarine
slipped out to sea secretly yester yesterday
day yesterday on its first trial run.
The 63 million dollar snub-nosed

vessel was put through its paces
three weeks behind schedule be because
cause because of "bugs" that developed in

its power plant.

The maiden voyage of the 3260-

ton submarine bigger and faster

man the Nautilus the world s first
atomic powered vehicle was
made without any fanfare.
Confirm Tost Run
Word of the departure leaked

power plant super-heater did not

work properly. The nuclear reac
tor the most vital part of the ves vessel
sel vessel operated satis afatorily- how however.
ever. however. The Seawolf's reactor uses liq

uid sodium as a coolant while the

Nautilus reactor uses pressurized

water, ine sodium is mghly cor corrosive
rosive corrosive and in early tests leaks

developed cutting down on the ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency of the engines.

The coolant is used to transform
heat produced by the reactor into
steam to drive the turbines.
The fact that the Seawolf's pow

er plant had been put into operat-

out this morning. It later was con-ling condition and that the sub had

moved for the first time under its
own power came as a surprise.
The craft with its 102-man crew
was commanded by Cmdr. Rich Richard
ard Richard B. Laning Amherst Va. a
veteran of five submarines and

firmed by both the Navy and the

beawoif s builders.

In Washington Navy officials
said the vessel put to sea this

morning for "builder's trials."

In New York the General Dv-

But Miss Bergman emphasized namlcs corp. builder of the ves

she has no plans. for returning to
the United States at present.

UITTLC LgJ
II -I . IMI.

3

Why Is it thot so many people
think os moch of themselves as
you do of yourself?

sel announced

"The Seawolf is operating at

sea under nuclear power as a con

tinuation of the builder s trial.
The test came on the third an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the launching of the
55 million dollar 2800-ton Nautil Nautilus
us Nautilus by Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower. It
also marked the inauguration day
of President Eisenhower.
For weeks officials of the Navy
and the Electric Boat division of
General Dynamics feared that the
Seawolf's radical new power sys

tem might be a failure and would

have to be replaced with the same
system used in the Nautilus.

Ato Through Pipot

3 Destroyers, Sub
Transiting Canal
Going to SAmerica

Three U.S. destroyers and one

submarine arrived at Cristobal to today
day today for a south-bound transit of
the Panama Canal. They were

scheduled to arrive at the U. S

Naval Station Rodman early this

evening where they will remain

until tomorrow,

The ships, the USS Thomas,

USS Keppler, and the USS Har Har-wood
wood Har-wood are destroyers and each car carry
ry carry a complement of approximate

ly 300 officers and men. The sub submarine
marine submarine is the' USS Batfish and
carries a crew of approximately

85 officers and men,

This task group is part of seven

destroyer-type Navy ships which

left Newport, Rhode Island Jan. 4
for visits to South American coun

tries to demonstrate anti-submar

ines put out from Key West, Fla

The ships operated in Cuban wa

ters for several days ana men ai ai-vided
vided ai-vided into two groups. One group
will visit countries on the East

coast of South America and the

other will call at Pacific ports,

The three ships are en route

from Cartegena, coiomma to Val Valparaiso,
paraiso, Valparaiso, Chile.
Commander of the task group
i Cnmmfander A. Coward. USN.

a If i r i '- ; i -(NEA Telephoto) ?'-"
STARFIGHTER UNWRAPPED This is the first wniestricted photo Of the newest and fastest f

weapon in the U.S. Air Force jet age arsenal Lockheed's F-104A Starfiffhter-shown her fm

of hoods used to conceal the shape of its air scoops, in previous pictures. From nose to tail it
measures 54 feet, 9 inches. Its height is 13 feet, 6 inches. From wingtlp to-wingtip, the span
is only 21 feet, 11 inches. Now in quantity production, F-104A Starfighters are being readied -to-
enter service with key Air Defense Command squadrons. ?-,. 1 ; i .

Local Contractors Know There's Khaki Santa;

The Army Gave Them $554,583 1 n Business

The Thomas is commanded by
C,Ai Dl Cone. USN. the Keppler by

Cdr P. T. Glennon, USN, and the

Harwood by Cdr C. w. 8myers,
URN. Commanding officer of the

Batfish is Lieutenant Commander

L. L. Woodward, USN.

Sweden Asks Halt
On Nuclear Tests
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.. Jan.

22 (VP) Sweden called today for

a two-year halt in nuclear weap weapons
ons weapons tests until a United Nations
studv can determine how danger

ous they are.

Japan. Canada and Norway.

formallv introduced a resolution

asking that "urgent attention" be
given a suggestion to register
nuclear weapons tests with the

United Nations m advance. y

i

The Engineer. USARCARIB, a

warded contracts totaling $554,583.

35 to local contractors during the

month of December,

Two contracts, totaling $11,338,

went to the Electric Service Com

pany for the conversion of the

east side feeder at Corozal from

25 cycles to 60 cycles; and im-

Srovements on the baseball nignt nignt-ghting
ghting nignt-ghting system at Fort Clayton.
A $96,630 contract went to Bil

don, Inc., for the rehabilitation of

the cold storage plant, pnase u,
in building No. 300 at Corozal.
Tropical Paint Company, Inc.,
received a contract for $57,020 to

fumigate buildings 1 and 177 and

passageway at quarry Heignis;

and to paint tne interior oi oar
racks buildines at Fort Gulick.

A contract for $158,787 went to

W. T. Coffee for the interior paint painting
ing painting of barracks buildings at Fort

two aircraft carriers.

The Philippines suggested the

western nations and Russia use

a common testing ground for

The Seawolf s keel was laid here nuclear weapons and limit or ap ap-Sept.
Sept. ap-Sept. 15 1953. It was launched portion tests among them on an
last July 21. equal basis.

Charles Jackson Sr.

Dies In Gorgas
Hospital At Age 77

Charles T. Jackson, Sr., retir

ed emnlove of the Panama Ca

nal Dredgin Division, died yes yesterday
terday yesterday t 3:30 in Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital where he had been admitted

Sunday. He was 77 years oia.
a native of Bath. Maine, Mr.

Jackson came to the Isthmus in

1913 and was employed as a
shipwright by the Isthmian Ca Canal
nal Canal Commission. He was trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Panama Canal
Dredeinir Division in 1914 and

later was employed by the Me Mechanical
chanical Mechanical Division as a ship

wright.

With a lew snort preaxs in nis
service, he was employed from
1920 until his retirement in 1941
o. o KnafhnilHpr and shiowrieht

in both the Dredging Division
and the Mechanical Division.

fsince his retirement, he has

been living in Panama city.
In addition to his wife, he is
survived by his son Charles T.
Jackson, Jr., administrative of officer
ficer officer in the office of the Panama
Canal Marine Director and two
dauehters. Mrs. Ada Azcarraga,

of Panama city; and Mrs. Mary
Idedo, of New Jersey.

Funeral arrangements win De

announced later.

Gulick, Fort Clayton and Curun- ed to Calvino & Roquer, Cia. Ltdi.

du.

E. O. Hauke Construction Com

pany was awarded contracts total

ing $155,866 to rehabilitate quart

ers 14 at Fort Davis: to install

aluminum jalousies in building 400

at ort Gulick, buildings T-27, T T-47
47 T-47 and T-48 at Qua"rry Heiehts.

and in bachelor NCO accommo

dations on various posts.
A contract for $7,110 was award

Seven Newcomers
Join PanCanal
In Early Jan.
Seven employes, three 'of
them Jrom the United States,
joined the Canal organization
during- the first two weeks in
January, according to infor information
mation information from the Personnel Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau.

The three new employes from

tne united states were waiter
P. Allen, of Rochester, New

York, Administrative Officer at

Gorgas Hospital; Theodore P.
Daly, of Whitestone. New York,

Attorney m the General coun counsel's
sel's counsel's Office: and x Miss : Elenora

k. i-aFesn, of omana, Nebraska,
staff nurse at Gorgas Hospital.
Two of the employes hired lo locally
cally locally have been with the canal
organization previously. They
are Mrs. Hazel F. Nail, clerk in
the Health Bureau, who- was

employed from 1947 to 1950 as

a clerk in the Marine Bureau:

and Mrs. Aglace M. Ortiz, inter interpreter
preter interpreter in the Internal security

Office, formerly a translator in

tne Administrative Branch.
Other new employes are Mrs.
Alice Byers, clerk typist in the

Personnel Bureau, and Mrs.

Winnie M. Compston, typist in
1 1 I i 1

uie engineering ..Division.

to install louvers in buildings U5

A $9,467.35 contract to reroof
building 107 at Fort Amador went
to the Federal Roofing and Paint Painting
ing Painting Co.
Isthmian Constructors, Inc., re received
ceived received a 'contract for $25,471 to
rehabilitate quarters 1 and 177 at
Quarry, Heights; and to install al aluminum
uminum aluminum jalousies In building 225
at Fort Gulick.
Anthony Leggiere was awarded

to Servicio Brouwer for interior

painting of Fort Gulick family
quarters.

Nashville Negro Leaders
School Integration Plan

Consider
'Too Slow7

In

NASHVnXE, Tenn., Jan. 22

Negro leaders today objected

that the city school' board's

court-approved plan to desegre-

j ObC WJC Ki UQ V VAAWa
dockside tests the Seawolf s next fall is too slow.

Lion Leader Here For Three Bee-Busy Days, Isthmuswide
Tours, Visits On Agenda; Tonight Its Buffet At Vpiori

John L. Stickley, president of Lions International for five years,
the International Association of, Stickley has travelled through-

Lions C ubs, was to have arnveaioui me innea Mates, canaaa.

this afternoon from Costa Rica for
a three-day vist here.
Accompanied by his wife on a
tour of Central America, Stickley
recently completed a tour of north

South America. Europe and the
Far East, and is well known in internationally
ternationally internationally as a good will am ambassador
bassador ambassador of I.ionism, as was his
predecessor, ex President Valen-

rn and southern Europe, Africa, zuela of Santiago. Chile.

Pakistan, New Zealand, Australia, Stickley -s bring accompanied
visitine many of the 12,000 Lions by Ernesto Zachnsson, of Guate-

clubs located in more than 78 mala. (XI H Caldera and Mrs. Cal-

countries. dera, of Nicaragua- Carlos Carey

Stickley has risen through the of Santiago. Chile, and Dr. TeodcJ
ranki of American Lionism to his ro O. Anas mho flew to San Jo-

oresent oost as President of Lions I se Fridi; to return with him tt well as Vice Governor of District Force, over the Canal and sur-

International. Joining the Lions; Panama i. j"D" Jorge Angelini of Panama.! rounding areas. Meanwhile, Mrs.
Club of Charlotte, North Carolina The Panama Lions Club, which Don Gustavo Triur of Panama, j Stickley will again visit various

in October iskjb, ne rose irora one, win oe nost to mickicv during nu and otner ouiciais ot me a r.ea.j chanty location in une city in

office to anouier u rresiaeni, ana.ivisit to ranama. bas arranged tne During uus ume, Mrs. sueiiey company with wives of ine com
finally, because of his outstanding! following schedule for the Lion; will be escort ec. around Panama mittee members,
work and interest in Lion activi- chief and his wife during their; and iu environs by wives of the At 9:30 a.m. Stickley Is schedul

Club, attended by members of the
Panama, Balboa, Colon and vari various
ous various other clubs of the Republic,
with their wives and friends.
Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. Stickley
is scheduled to visit the Children's
Hospital, built by public subscrip

tion and charity lotteries of the

Panama Lions Club. Following

this, he is scheduled to meet Pres

The Rev. J. F. Grimmett, state

president of the National Assn.

for the Advancement of Color

ed People, called the step "pro

crastination" and said the deci

sion may be appealed to the U.

S. Supreme Court.

Federal Judge William Mil Miller
ler Miller late yesterday ruled the
board's agreement to end seg segregation
regation segregation in first grades next
fall was acceptable provided a
program of complete school
integration Is announced by
Dec. 31.

Another striking development

in the Soutn's segregation con

troversy shaped up In Miami

where Negroes may ask the City
Commission to Integrate buses

ties, be became Vice Governor, : visit :

and eventually. Governor of Dis- Upon arrival. Mr. and Mrs.
tnct 31-B. He was selected an In Stickley will be offered a "Cham-

ternatiooal Director in the Atlan-j panada" in the VIP room St Tocu-

tic City Convention of 1951, mrdjmen, at which he will be officially

v ice-fr esteem at uncage in ibm.i welcomed to Panama by mem-

second Vice President at New ben of the Panama and Balboa
York ia 1954. first Vice-President Lions clubs Following this, they

in Atlantic City in 19SS, and. fin finally.
ally. finally. President at Miami in 1956.
Ia addition to his regular vice-presidencies,
he bas bea a member
of the Executive Committee of

will be escorted to the Hotel 1
Panama.
At I pm President and Mrs.
Stickley and his entourage will at attend
tend attend a buffet supper at the Vnioc

At 5 p.m. Stickley and his com

mittee and attendants are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to leave for Colon with an
escort of the Guardia Nacional,

stopping en route at the Colonial
Infantiles on the trans Isthmian
Hiehwav. Arriving at Colon, the

Colon Lions will welcome Stickleyi without further legal fight

at the City Hall. At T:30, he is1 "Miami Is ready for this thing,"
scheduled to be the guest of honor, the Rev. John E. Culmer. Negro

ident Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr.. at a buffet at Qro's, in colon, minister, told City Manager B.

of the Republic at the Presiden- On Thursday morning at 8:30, a. Evans. "Any delay would give

cia, attended by the members of Stickley is scheduled to be taken the lawless element time to or-

the welcoming committee, Senores on a helicopter flight, throug r anlze,

Zachrissen, Caklera and Carey, as courtesy of the United States Air, Federal Judge Emmet Choate

has ruled, tne city s tus segrega

tion law unconstitutional but

has delayed a formal decision to

give the city ume to decide

whether to appeal.
The Nashville school plan,
which had to be weighed a a-gainat
gainat a-gainat the Supreme Court's de decree
cree decree that. schools be Integrated
with "all deliberate speed" pos possible
sible possible under local conditions,
provides that pupils may volun voluntarily
tarily voluntarily transfer to avoid racial
mlnglinf.
Grim met said the. idea ef
step-by-step Integration Is as
nfa'r te Wbft as U Negro
children because it kerf f
White rtUdren B Ignorance
about NetTf.

committee members. d to ha v a nreia conference with

At 12:30 p.m., Stickley will be lod newspaper -and radio repre-

tendered a luncheon at the Pana

ma Golf Club, to which all local
Lions and their Lionesses ire in invited.
vited. invited. Following this, at 2:30 p m

Stickley will meet Gov. William E

sntatives in his suite at the Hotel

El Panama.
At 12:30 p.m. the' Stickleys, at attended
tended attended bv local Lio officials and

Potter at the Administration i their wives, and all local Lions
Building. Balboa Heights, and. inland Lionesses who are able to
company with the committee, vi- make the trip, are scheduled to
sit either Pedro Miguel or Mira-i leave for Toe u men. where they
Qore Locks to watch passage of wit depart for Miami, Florida, at
a ship through a lock. 1:30 p.m.

Z. Alexander Looby, Negro at attorney
torney attorney who represented Negro

narents In the state's first in

tegration suit involving element

ary schools, said, "I don't trunK
this will be the end of It.

Miller's decision came a few

Ihours after the Virginia Supreme

Court of Appeals ruled In an another
other another .school integration contest

that Negroes denied admission

to White schools ned not return
to their Inferior segregated
schools.

Seven justices unanimously
held it is unconstitnt'onal to
convict a Negro under the
compulsory attendance law
after hi child was refused
admission to a White school
solely because ef Tace.
The Negro, James Dobbins of
West Point, Vs., 'was one of a
number of Negra parents who
boycotted the Hamilton Homes
Negro high school since 1952.
The court held that Negro

parents did not have to send!
their children to the Homes
school, which is 18 miles away,'
after trying- in vain to enter a!

nearby White high schooL

Otner developments: j
. In Memphis. Tenn.. where a

bus integration suit is expected;

to reach a decision In Federal1

court soon, an association of

ministers lstied a statement ask

ing the public to "remain calm!
and keep Memphis free of any;
Incident j

The statement nrged e a e h

citizen "of whatever race, res-i
train himself and not participate i

In any effort or become a parti-

clpant in any movement tnat
might lead. to bodily harm or

destruction of any property."

Alcorn Ho Sunrise

(Chairman. Thai is)
Of Republican Vole
WASHINGTON. Jan. 22 (UP)

H. Meade Alcorn, Jr.. of Connec

ticut today was elected Republic
an national chairman.

Alcorn was elected unanimous

ly, without contest, by the GOP na
tional committee after he was giv

en the personal endorsement of

President Eisenhower.
He succeeds Leonard Hall, who
is retiring Feb. 1 after almost
four years as chief of the party

organization. v
A lmn iO.traavll Mrm r air.

er of the Connecticut assembly
and onetime district attorney for

Hartiord County, was Hall's sec second
ond second in command last year; for
handling arrangements for the
GOP national convention.
His election as GOP national

chairman came as no surprised-

HJ Medical Society
lo Present Views

On Euthanasia

TRENTON1, N.J., Jan. 22 (UP)
The New Jersey Medical Socie Society
ty Society was expected to present to the
state legislature today a' resolu.
tion expressing its views on a pe petition
tition petition to legalize mercy killing.
Richard Nevin. executive, dire.

tor of the 6,300-member v society,
said the organization's .board of
trustees adopted the resolution
Jan. 13 on the Euthanasia issue but
withheld its release until todav in

each trustee could read .and i ap-1
prove the finished draft.
. The medical society was expect- -ed
to go on record against the pe

tition signed by 166 New Jersey
physicians and introduced Into the
legislature last week. v i

The. petition, said to have been
prepared by the Euthanasia So Society
ciety Society of New York headed by the
Rev. John Howland Lathrop of
Brooklyn N.Y., urged that "vol "vol-untary
untary "vol-untary Euthanasia should be .per
mitted by law, brought out into the

open and safeguarded against a a-buse.
buse. a-buse. rather than as at present

practiced illegally, surreptitiously

ana witnout regulation."

Weather Or Not
This wsather Maeit let tha 24

hours andlnfl a.m. todav, ia Bra Bra-arod
arod Bra-arod by tho Mataerolof ical sntf
Hydrographic Branch of the Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama Canal Company!

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Low. ......... 71 77
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Low ......... Jl 72
WINDs
mix. mph) ..NWI7 Hill
RAIN (mcliM) 0 T
WATIR TIM, i
(Minor harbor ,. 79 7

BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21

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LOW
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