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r '! the people know the truth and the country it safe Abraham Lincoln.
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, PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1957
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To Hold Gaza Strip
UNITED NATIONSrN. Y.,
claimed intention to hold th
area bordering on the uuit ot quaoa. in cgypi is nem
'unjustified by Secretary General Dag, Hammarskjold in
.. llnitprf Nations. : -l
1 Ku.".lAt: xnn.wnrd state-
i wint nf Vcp.ommendatlons. up.
'- held the U N. Semand that Is Is-'
' Is-' rdM withdraw iw force from
' both areas. The document was
. expected to touch on a new na
? .lengthy debate-In iSthe General
? 4 Assembly Monaay. i .,. :
' Hammarskjold rejected v; E E-,
, E-, gypfs claim to belligerent
rights In harrassinj Israeli
shipping; plying tne Gulf ; of
. Aqaba t the vital port of
Elath In southern Israel.
tn :csptis( Hammarsklold re
'huffed t,h contention of Israeli
premier David Ben Gurlon who
earlier this wees announuea
h that his nation's forces would
not return the AqaDa snoreime
to Egypt. BenGurion Insisted
upon Israel's right to maintain a
civil administration In the Gaaa
" Strip, perhaps ; under an -inter-
national reelme Wr the area, i
HammarskJ old's report, was
f, submitted In response to tne
'General Assembly's resolution of
' last Saturday which .called for
; Israel's complete evacuation fOf
. Etian territory -by Ust mld
- nipht. It went beyond a simple
recital of Israels' 'refusal to get
ou tahd made these points!
'iGAZAi The' status of the 26--
mile strip-is determined by the
A, 1949 Armistice ; agreement, which
ffives i it to Eeyot. and ican. be
changed legally only bH agree-
-. merit between uie iwo couniuc.
' The N, cannot accept jsrae't
" : Mir! th ; ArSO.. fVH '.If
;Panba lobs. Site
Of idea Expnpe'
High Washington officials of the
Department'of State, United
States Information Agency, In International
ternational International Cooperation Adminis Administration,.'
tration,.' Administration,.' Export- Import Bank,
x Treasury Department, Commerce
Department, Atomic Energy Cpm Cpm-mission,
mission, Cpm-mission, and the U.S. Ambassa Ambassadors
dors Ambassadors Accredited to countries, of
Central and South America t are
expected to meet in Panama from
. March, II. through March 15, it
'was announced yesterday.;
. Th arstherinB one of a series
of routine, regional meetings held
periodically for the exchange of
" ideas. A similar meeting is being
held almost simultaneously in the
STit East; -v., -:i :A
. Panama was chosen as the site
for this year's meetings because
of the Republic's easily accessible
thtv hemisphere. the
; facilities it has to offer and its
favorable climate, this time, of
r WHO yij.iiM v
ilev Armif Pay:
Based on Job; Job;-1161
1161 Job;-1161 on Service
" NEW YORIC Jan. M (UF) (UF)-n.
n. (UF)-n. ilunlwMr administraticn
was rMartad kv the New Trw
:': Timas today te bo plannin to
ask Conors to iird tno pro-
uit armv as system Sad W
ir place l with ona batad en merit i
rathar than aarvicf. i
! Times Washington Correspi"d
ent E. W. Keaworthy Yeported the
revolutionary plan for enltted
y men, dubbed the "green pasture"
v system, is expected to go to Con-
gress in. March. ,i
Tha plan caud oHminato ath I
; prasant sitwations as two ST'l
, taants, 1 a truck driver and tho
other an olactronic t mtchanic,
h drawirtf idantkal pay chack ka-
cauM thay have oojwal thno
I, The .Times said that,' in t k e
' words of the experts who drew up
the new plan, a ansa's pay would i
' be determined by his "contribu-
tion" to the service and his "pro "productivity."
ductivity." "productivity." -,
; Secretary of Defense Charles E
Wilson last May, appointed the de
k. fenso advisory committee on pro-.
. fesskmal and technical eompeosa
- tioa to study the present pay sys-.
-tern-sod offer their suggestions.
The committee is beaded bj
f Ralph J. Cordiner, the General E-
Wtnc Co., sod consists of tnej
: armed services' assistant seems
.res for manpower, genersls sod,
we owb industrial and edoca-f
tiotial figures, the Times said.
Jan26 (UP) Isael't pro-
disputed Caza Strip and the
such control were of a non-military
nature, similarly.; United
Nations emergency force .troops
cannot., under .existing arrange.
mentg be deployed in the Gaza
strip for occupation purposes but
only can be stationed along the
1949 demarcation lines, which
delineates the strip in its norm,
ern extremity. t. .-A'
. Although the U.N. General
Assembly would be entitiea to
recommend the establishment of
a U N. administration and to
request negotiations in order to
implement such an arrange
ment," Hammarskjold said, "It
would lack authority in that
recommendation, unilaterally, to
require compliance.'; ; ; V
AOABA: Neither Eeynt nor
any other country may legiti
mately claim belligerent rignw
in the strategic guir.:" Israel
should give up the 180 'mile
shoreline and the IvSthdrawal ctf
its trootw "would be followed, by
the United 1 Nation emergency
force m the same way as in otn-
er parts, of Sinai." RecognizUig
UNEP's function to "secure and
maintain" a -cease-fire, its du
ties in that respect wouia aeier-
mine its movements. But UNEP
must hot be deployed in any way
to protect "any special position"'
in relation' to ultimate settle
ment of the Aaaba dispute.
'.'EL AUJA: This area, aouth;ot
Gaza was ordered demilitarized
under thA-1949 Armistice. But
lsrael's?'refusal- to- get Its troops
out of there has led to Egyptian
contention that the armistice a-j
irreement no loneer holds. Ham
marskjold recommended t h at
UNEP forces be established a a-lonjf
lonjf a-lonjf the demarcation, ; line, pn
the Israeli side of the line, at
least, in. the El Auja zone.
'Armistice line: Hammarsic Hammarsic-jold
jold Hammarsic-jold pointed out that the As Assembly
sembly Assembly nrevlously had con
curred in deployment of TJNEF
forces alone the demarcation
line but only -on one side of it. A
The line puts the Gaia Strip
on the Egyptian side.
Armistice aereement: The
first Particle' of the 1949' truce
paper likens the agreement to
a non-aggression pact, provid
ing; for mutual and full absten-
tloh from belligerent acts." Ham
marskjold said a "restoration oi
relations between the parties,
more stable than those now pre prevailing,
vailing, prevailing, can therefore be based
0fon a reaffirmation of this arti
cle or tne armistice agreement.
But he warned against any re return
turn return to conditions which led to
Israel's attack on Egypt last
Refugees: Hammarskjold sug suggested
gested suggested a U.N. : regime .for the
Palestine Arab refugees.
The Texas Rodeo, with six shoot- officials at Tocumen Airport,
in', ropin', ridin' she-cowpokes, five When the troupe arrived Wednes-quick-drawin',
s u n-tou g h e n e d day for their two-day stand here,
horn ore and one announcer, was'k ,..,
to open this afternoon at the La fr Wetten-type rifles and pis-
Mprn in San Franriura la
But ? whether they had their
t nooun mjm oepemii on mm iidu-
THE LITTUEST COVTPOKE .' Little, well, two-year-old, Don
Lee Corley Is a sweet sidewinder who's traveling with his Mom
' and Dad, Don and MargaM Corley of the Texas Rodeo. And
that run he's pack In' wasnt taken awav at Tocumen Airport
like thOM of his Darmts. Dad 1 a bu'lrlder Worn a bullwhin
. artist T"hfit' l-.i
NEW YORK, Jan. 26 (UP)
British Defense Minister Dun
can Sandys arrived here today
to discuss further collaboration
between the United States and
Great Britain in defense efforts,
particularly in the field of guid guided
ed guided missiles, v ;
' But Sandys, who arrived on
a BOAC plane from London,
denied that he is seeking guid guided
ed guided missiles from the United
States as one measure in Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's proposal to reduce both
its, armed forces and its ex
penditures for them.
After emphasizing that the
talks he will have with his U.S.
counterpart Charles E. Wilson
and the projected cut in mili military
tary military forces "are two separate
and distinct problems;" Sandys
' "The United States and my
country are already working
closely on research and develop development
ment development in many fields.
"I am not coming with any
requests at all, but with the
objective and desire to explore
the possibilities of closer col collaboration
laboration collaboration in the field of re research
search research .and : development In Including,
cluding, Including, of course, guided mi
"The main purpose !s to have
a frank, thorough and "tntormul
exchange pt views on the mili
tary situation and to taxe tne
opportunity to compare Ameri American
can American and British strategic think'
we should also explore the
Dossibiutv ot extending: still iur
thcr the excellent arrangements
for collaboration which already
exist iri the scientific and teen,
nical military fields."
Sandys said the arrangement
between the two countries ior
exchange of missile information
which he negotiated three yean
aero when he was minister of
supply "has been working well
and has mutually benefitted our
LONDON, Jan, 26 (UP) The
Daily Telegraph today printed the
following poem, entitled "From
Here to Maternity:"
"Monaco news I find a strain
"But now what scares me
"Is going through it all again
"For Gina Lollabrigida."
TOCUMEN CUSTOMS RIDERS
sets-, was taken by customs men.
They told the, rodeo folks they
might return them Saturday be before
fore before the show.
."But we cain glL.'nother gun 'er
mr'r nrt V ,--Kt
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REFUGEE REUNITED WITH SISTER Seventeen-year-old
iMatyas Hunyadl (Mat,thew), who -fled Hungary "during the re recent
cent recent uprisings, arrived here yesterday Aboard the USNS Henry
Glbbins for a reunion with hla elder sister, Mrs,, J. F.. Walton,'
from whom he had been separated for 13 years,, 1 At the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal docks to meet Matthew, (left) were his sister; her hus hus-band,
band, hus-band, Col. J. F. Walton, USARCARIB Provost Marshal;, and
, their daughter, Georgia, (U.S. Army Photo)
k4" '' 7 if ,u ,l Jr,
lind Your Own Business : I lungary
Tells U.S. Britain
VIENNA. Jan. 26 (UP) The
puppet Hungarian government to
day accused ine unuea omes,
Britain and France oi mteneruig
in Hungarian affairs and said they
should mind tneir own Dusiness
The statement appeared to be
part of a general crackdown on
western diplomatic missions in
Budapest by the regime of Pre Premier"
mier" Premier" Janos Kadar, still trying des desperately
perately desperately to suppress anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist activity.
The Budapest radio admitted
loday for the first time in more
than a month that rebel bands
still are fighting Russian tanks
and Hungarian militia in the coun
tryside- west, south and east of
Tne newspaper Eszakmagyaron
ROOT IN', TOOTIN' POSSE
iwo," explained Texas Ed with a
drawl. "They'll 'low that."
Guns aren't the big problem fac facing
ing facing the Texas Rodeo. A dubious
Last 'year about this time, sn
ot her rodeo wss scheduled to ap
pear here, sn a Kent rolled up ad
vertising bills sold some advance
tickets and got a cash advance-
then skipped. It left s sour taste
in businessmen s mouths, -end a
slight sense of fraud in the minds
of Jose Psnameno and Joe Zoni Zoni-an.
But this arouo is working hard
to keep anyone from thinking
they're like the rodeo that didn't
As man In charge, rodeo veter
sn Cessr Pavlovsky. ssys, "We
aren't selling sdvsnce tickets
snd we ve paid for me aaverus-
Ho w aairt his thost st
tho t'tma (bo's billod ss en In-.
dian ridor, bownciae around od
a horso from all directions, off
ARCADIA. Calif. Jan. 28 (VT)
Ia ihe fourth race, over a mile
and a quarter at Santa Anita Park,
when the race was moved from
the turfeoure to the dirt track
because of rsia yesterday. Jockey
Kaips Jeeves won on Tee Han.
ExirtJy one year before, la the
fourth race, over a mile and a
quarter at Santa Anita, when the
race was moved from turf to dirt 1
Wause of rain, jockey- Ralph
Neves won on Tee Ma a.
szag, published in the northeast-'
i ... M M1.I,A. I 1 I
of Uemonr K
attacks on state collective farms.
It was reported that 200 rebels
were seized by tank-backed mill
tiamen last week in the Buekk
forest west of Budapest,
Other rebel bands were reported
operating against the Communist
militia in the Bakony forest of
The government complaint
against the western Big Three
took the form of a government
commentary broadcast by Buda Budapest
pest Budapest radio. It apparently was
based on charges by the official
MTI news agency that the U.S.
and French legations in particu particu-(
( particu-( Continued n Psgs 10) i
tho ground and under tho horse's
The biggest nsme on the csrd
is Jimmy Rossi from Tulsa, Okla.
His family owns a rodeo and
he s appeared multiple times on
television and theater screens as
the "Cisco Kid." He's actually the
JUd s douoie tor tailing under run runaway
away runaway horses, stagecoaches and
"But I never git to kiss the gal,"
The only non-Statasidar is Joan
Rots, a whipcr acker and trick
, ridar from Sydney, Australia.
' So far, the troupe has appear appeared
ed appeared in Guatemala, where the show
was organized. El Salvador. Hon
duras, Nicaragua, and Costa Ri
ca. San Salvador was the only- ua ua-succesful
succesful ua-succesful town.
"Oae night we draw 1,000 forks,'
next night those we gsve free tic-,
said. . -4
"What happened Is we ran ads
in tho papers and the ads came
out wrong, aad tho radio stations
said we wss playing somewheres
else and at night when It was sun-
posed to be soonung.
Most folks kaveal seen a rodeo.
snd its a problem, admits bull rider
Fan-ell Rhine, another Texaa.
Sometimes, be says, the Latin
America! thinks there is going to
be blood just ss in bullfights. When
there isat, the crowd Is confused, j
They- use local bulls and horses
because of tri asportation and lra-
migration problems and expens-
.... (f i '.-,.., :
Mrs.' Georgette Meyer Chap Chap-elle.
elle. Chap-elle. a former resident of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side of the Isthmus, was
released 'from jail In Hungary
today, according to press dis dispatches
patches dispatches reaching here.
Mrs. Chapelle, a free-lance
photographer, was released after
bein sentenced to 90 dayg in jail
for entering Hungary illegally.
She was ordered to leave Hun Hungary
gary Hungary in 24 hours. She had alrea already
dy already been in jail for moce than 58
; Mrs. Chapelle, who does pho photographic
tographic photographic 'work under the name
of Dickey Meyer, resided in Co
ion during 1942 and 1943 while
her husband, a chief petty offi officer,
cer, officer, was stationed with the U.S.
Navy at Coco Solo.
Before coming to the Isthmus
she wrote a book on opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities for women in government
service. While here she did much
photographic work around the
Isthmus including pictures of
Darien. During a visit by the
late Frank Knox, who was then
Secretary of the Navy. Mrs.
Chapelle caused quite a flurry
when she accidentally exploded
a flash bulb in his face.
The American nhotogranher,
who went to Austria to take pic
tures of Hungarian refugee
camps, vanished from Vienna
early last month.'
Recently, reports of a trip she
and her. husband made to Asia
was carried in several Stateside
1 llil BrlMttlJ
Being Held In Jail
LONDON. Jan!: 26 (UP) The
Hungarian Foreign Ministry has
5 Minister in
Budapest that four missing Brit
ish students have been arrested
and are being held in prison, the
Foreign Office said today.
Hungarian authorities however
refused to disclose where the
students are being held.
British Minister in Budapest L
C. Fry has requested the Hungar Hungarian
ian Hungarian governments permission to
see the arrested Britons "at
once.". But so far no permission
has beep granted, a spokesman
The four Britons are:
Nineteen year i old Judith
Cripps, granddaughter of the
late Sir Stafford Cripps, Rorfer
Cripps, Roger Cooper, 20, a neph nephew
ew nephew of author Robert Graves, and
brothers Basil and. Chrlstophe r
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SITTIV, BUT NOT WHITTLIN' are these four membera of the Texas Rodeo, in Pana.r
a two-day performance ataxtlng this afternoon. -They Just Dalaverin about the show, i
left to right are Joan Roas. whiD champ and trick rider: Texas Babe (yeah. tMi's
name), rifle champion: Lou Horace, bull and bronc rider, and Lai Roberts. ano;r.r
"In Ssa Salvador Rossi said.
I "they took one of our horses a-
wsy because be was used la Gua Guatemala
temala Guatemala City."
The bulls are somewhat a haz
ard, he adds. "Vsee,, they've;
been trained to buimght..it sum sum-tira"s
tira"s sum-tira"s takes five minutes to get
'lm outta the ring."
But for roping, fancy riding and
bull whipping, the small bullrings
(ss Ls Msesrena is) is lust fine.
The Texas Rodeo spparenUy Hkesjan assurance something like
Panama's ring fine. .
NEW YORK, Jan. 26 (UP) Invesriaarion of a nevV-
disclosed Soviet spy ring wqs
Royal Canadian Mounted Police were known to be
investigating possible Canadian connections in the new
espionage ring, uncovered
tnree spy suspects here on espionage charges. 7
Commissioner Leonard H. Nicholson, head of the
Mounties,; declined to comment on possible Canadian
links with the new spy net. But a senior Mounties official
admitted the Mounties have been cooperating with the
FBI in connection with the ring. '
Federal Justice Minister Stuart Garson was said to
be preparing a statement fof delivery to Parliament Mon Monday
day Monday about the case.
Also on Monday, U.S. government authorities are ex expected
pected expected to introduce evidence before a Federal grand Jury,
implicating Soviet officials and others believed to hs i.n i.n-volved
volved i.n-volved in the spy ring.
' The three suspects, Jack Soble,V"Char-vi s -t' 1 r'"! r-1
53, his v''c. li.yr, l,-'iT! jtr- Jf;-- y- ;.
picked up at their homes herejed with con.'-' -j "lor t
yesterday and charged with de- pose of obu.aig infon., ,nt
liverinjj U.S.. defense secreta to respecting the national defense
All pleaded Innocent at their
arraignments v before a U. S.
Commissioner and were order ordered
ed ordered held in 1100.000 bail each.
pending a hearing on Friday.
rne mi sam "upper members'-
of the espionage group
"are not at the present time
identifiable" but it was un understood
derstood understood that several Soviet
officials may be expelled for
their part in the r'ng.
The case appeared to Involve
the largest espionage conspiracy
since the case of Ethel and Ju Julius
lius Julius Rosenberg, who were exe executed
cuted executed for stealing U. S. atpmic
Unlike the Rosenbergs, how however,
ever, however, the Sobles and Albam were
charged with conspiracy to com commit
mit commit espionage which does not
carry the death penalty in the
event of conviction.
But, as the FIB pointed out,
the grand jury would con conceivably
ceivably conceivably return indictments involving-
the death penalty if
wartime espionage was indi indicated.
cated. indicated. j f '". 1 I
A. : 1
The first, show was scheduled
for 4 p.m. today. Thoro wiU bo
two other shows,- ana matinao
tomorrow mortMnf st II and tho
final show ot 4 sun.
From here they head south to
Colombia, Venezuela and points
further down tho continent Then
in April they are off to Spain and
a three-month tour.
"We're not frettin''.'" Rossi ssys.
'Army's "aa, no sweat."
V ' '
reported to hove spread to
yesterday with the arrest of
of the United states of Amer America
ica America including "documents, vnt vnt-mgs,
mgs, vnt-mgs, photographs, photograrMa
negatives and notes" ior deliv delivery
ery delivery to the Soviet union.
Conviction carries a maximum
penalty of 10 years in prison and
a $10,000 fine
They also were charged ith
failing to register as Soviet a-
gents, ior wnicn tney could s
ceive five-year terms and $ 3,-
Soble, the FBI said, had r
placed the second secretary
Zubilin, during the later f
or worm war II as a dov
nant figure in the ring.
Albam, the FBI charged
worked under the direct!"" of
Soble, who came to .the U "d
States with his wife via J., an
in 1941. ...
All three are of Iithuc:.' .a
Indications were that inmi
members of the Soviet emt sy
would be questioned soon in con connection
nection connection with the ring.
It's horses evernhfr
look this weekend. 1 !-.-
tomorrow afternocn st t
ama Riding Cluh. c-.t r
Chiva Chiva Tra.:. t.1-.?-
full-scaJe hore .:---. f
a bunch of h.:-s ;
Zone horsej '.s.
When the c t c s t
the bones ,av bi f
Gen. B. F. f -'-r
prizes and i.:.a.r
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! T have never before written
Hiffpr readlhif the letters of lnierested Mother No. 2 and Inter'
ested QX Mo. 1,1 aeclded that
3"' in repfy to- Interested Mother No. 2. I don't think she has
heart, ii so it is certainly not in the right place. I am a teen teen-,
, teen-, ager and Know quite a lew servicemen. To me they are ail right
; duys, and I know a lot of them. Sure there are a few who, do
3io conduct themselves properly but in as large an organiza organiza--
- organiza-- Hon as the military service it is impossible to keep all of that
j If you were to invite one or two servicemen into your home
r believe you would change your tune. But of course they are
rot good enough to enter your home. If there ever came a day
- wnen ihere was trouble or even a war in Panama you would
itni. Jw ton enifiil for them then. Then they would be fighting
t9 save !your skin and many others just like you. I don't see howJ'i'eamsters eyen if it splits the
a;uersuu can uevumt: niuiuiv-uuiiuru,
1 ant to complete agreement with Interested G.I. No. 1. Just
exactly what is so indecent about the average serviceman? I
personally would much rather date a serviceman than almost
any school boy I knew. It isn't their fault that they are in the
ribivice.-If you had or have a
16ok down their noses on him
ine Golden Huie?
. Dear Friends:
Tt 1 -uritii rfppn firratitude
rwewpii to von, AiLiioueh we are
Done in tne Slates, w s anaii.
ilv nur hoart fnr t.hp niipj we'
(jcpii mi. o.i i-
;' ifjr many years the Cristcbai & Diablo Nursery Schools have
Len mediums through 'which we have met many fine and in in-cresting
cresting in-cresting people. It has been a delight to work with the young young-itT&
itT& young-itT& and we wish to express our thanks to all the parents for
their friendliness and 'cooperation.
' Aanin mav v sav "thank vou
S)o. kind and helpfulin. these our
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. Good Luck andlBest Wishes,.
V , ,
! Last- November' 1958 1' was
Dutch &i.cr? 1 wanicrt for one
pr,3 iiv"4 SHI uuu vnarity LiBmpign, jiamea iw.uvu
I'o'Xoun ty and For Humanity," sponsorea Dy Margarei.
tuila' Krtgcr. member of The American Leeloa Auxiliary Post 1,
r rptnpmhprs that jrhere were
Tivoli Avenue, who sold hand-carved wares, and thought one
of them could make me a pair If he hatt on to copy it from.
I had a large pair, of Putch shoes, so took one In and spoke
to a young man, and asked him if he thought he could make a
tmaller pair for me, he said yes so I felt this shoe with him
and. gave him the size I wanted. He said they would be ready
in a weefc-'f?
1 So in a week I go in for the shoes, but he was not there. I
spoke with some others around this part of Ancon who did the
sfeme kind of work. They stated they did not know where he
"- ror several weeKs I Kept going m to una mm, ana got rauier ...vtl ...vtl-dUgUEted
dUgUEted ...vtl-dUgUEted as I wanted to get my doll on display. So I reported tei w 'e Senate irked over
Mm to the oolice in Panama and they told me to go to head-, the disdain showed them, Meany
qliartera In Panama and file charges against him
I I did not want to do this as it was Christmas time, and good
people-do not give out hurts, only good deeds, at this time of
- And 1 atlll do not want to hurt this young man. All I want
lifter him to leave the Dutch
Street, .and I will pick it up.
-tl The large Dutch shoe was a
neltShbor for1 Christmas. And I
ITvJt naa not oeen ior a neignoors teenage oaugnier in
GamboaNJ would not have been able to put my Dutch Girl on
dteplay ad must say a million thanks to Miss Martha Steven Steven-sdn.
sdn. Steven-sdn. my little friend of Gamboa.
For the past several years I
tne underprivileged cnuoren in tne kcpuduc oi ranama ana on
th Canal Zone, and It hurts like the very dickens for some mean
human being to act this way towards me.
' So please Mister, won't you leave that shoe at Crawfords
SJ,I can pick It up? Or mall It to me. I will pay mailing charges.
FORDS & OLDSMOBILES
1157, model at 17 off list, delivered in New
! York City. Service policy and wsrranty on every
ear. Write for pricet on the model and accessories
y of your choice.
; FOR FORDS
,-Port Washington. N. Y.
P:::,7i3rican Investment Co., Inc.
.!!.ce of Meeting oi Stockholders
Notice It hereby given that a meeting of the stock
holder of PANAMERICAN INVESTMENT CO., INC.,
corporation of the Republic of Panama, will be held on
the 23rd day of February, 1957, at 10:00 o'clock in
t'-e forenoon at the office of the Corporation Avenida
de lot Liberatorei con Calle Colombia, Medellin, Co'
The aforesaid meeting it a resumption of the adjourn
ed Annual Meeting of Stockholders of the Corporation
which was held on July 5, 1956, in the office of the
Corporation In Mexico, D. F.. Mexico; the aforesaid
rr,eting is called by the President, as provided for in
t' minutes of the meeting of July 5. 1956. and will
t! ht'.d for the purpose of considering and acting upon
ruch tusiness as mtyproperly be brought before
.t",e meeting. .
Dated: January .19, 1957
WOODS W. STATON
for readers of The Panama American.
art handled in a wholly eonf idential
bo impatient if it doom t appear tht
a letter to the Mall Box,
I should get in my two cents
son you wouldn't want people to 1
so why don't you try practicing
Interested Teen Afer No. 1
and fond memories that we bid
looking forward to making our
"iV hi inot.
'say "Tapk ypu friends," especially for being
.. .i tuI .rJ Ti.- rf tw 7nnp w will
last days on the Zone. We will
R. O. Simon & Family
Wt :of 'worried about a pair of
of my dfills to be given away as
- lots of wood carver around
f l i j iu.
shoe at Crawfords Agencies, J
promised gift to a friend and
still want to luinu this promise,
have been a welfare worker for
Margaret "Grinjruita" Kreger
P. O. Box No. 266. Gamboa, C.Z.
Chris de Neeraaard Jr.
Cross Island Oldsmobile
Queens Village. N. Y.
By VICTOR RISSf L-
Hell hath no fury like a, people
scorned. Seldom have so' many
ant!rv words poured into Washing-!
ton as they did in telegrams, let
ters, and telephone calls after the,
Teamsters' Brotherhood qu i e tiy
told off the. U.S. Senate. !,:
Knock on any door of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Committee now attempting to
tear open the rackets inside la labor.
bor. labor. Ask Sen. Karl Mundt, Stuart
Symington, John MpClellan or the
others. They will tell you that not
in years has the public been so
a eiiated. All the people. It is said
that the President of the U. S.:
wants to know just how it can
happen that any force, even a national-union,
can set itself above
the Congress. ,'!
From Detroit now comes news
that Walter Reuther called hig
Auto Union's high command into
session and they said bluntly that
Congress HAS the right to 6ubr
pena and take testimony, under
oalh. Keuiner look thuf acuon alt alter
er alter conferring tvith Al Hayes1,
chairman of the Ethical Practices
Committee, and other members
of Ihe AFL CIO Executive
Down in Miami Beach, there
are those in the Executive Council
of the AFL CIO who now want
a showdown with the omnipotent
new Federation wide open.
And that may happen. The
Teamsters now are threatening to
walk out of the mergedT AFL-CIO
just one year after its launching
George Meany insists on
tnotvdown. The Teamsters are
saying, that they can live with
out the AFL-CIO but are not quite
certain that the national outfit can
do without them.
The Teamsters can make- or
break picket lines and this means
they can make or break strikes.
Ihey have powerful allies. If they
!a)K out, they may -well take witn I
them their million and a quarteritle battery radio and tune in to
mtynbefs and another million or
If the AFL CIO Executive
Council orders them to cooperate
with the Senate Committees, the
tf1 "y make us
J "ere will be only one wav ou
onlv one wav nut
for George Meany. He will have to
asK that they be suspended, and
finally expelled, by the AFL-CIO's
second national convention next
Those around Meany say hi will
have no alternative. Certainlv he
aid not become president of the
national labor outfit to dissolve I
labor's empire. But those w h o
know Meany, also know that he
did not become president to
"front1 for-aioneJi! : -r
Only last-August Meany led in
warning three national unions'
that they would be expelled if
they did not clean up. Those three
unions have a combined member member-shij
shij member-shij of 225,000, including all the
Just about a month ago Meany
suspended the leaders of two
small unions who are friends of
the Teamsters' leadership. N o w,
witn an angered public watching.
K ith HrPcirlnnf h ionnhAiiAr mtnr
cannot retreat before a massive
union after he has disciplined
I Meany s problem is not the
'Teamsters' refusal to show their
books to a Senate probing team.
I11'? the precedent as well as the
principle. Ihere arc scores of lo-
cai unions, ana some Dig ones
too, which badly need an airine
And they are going to get that
airing no matter what the Team
sters do. But if the Teamsters in-
Isist on taking
tne fifth and
Fourth Amendments, it will an-
pear that all labor is covering up
the unions which will be finally
. ijf bfrnate Wl1 take that view
oi,ui,ij. ncc is in nic limning a
special committee which will have
on it not only members of the
committee now counseled hv Rnh
Kennedy, and members of Lister
i Hill s Senate Labor Committee,
oui aiso some otner leading Sen-1
aiors irom otner committees. This
will mean the launching of a hard hardhitting
hitting hardhitting group similar to the one HOLLYWOOD VIGNETTES
'Kink -, k .1 I.LL..! . i
..iiivii iiasiieii mm luuuyiag last
It also means that there will h-
!.millin d?-s for the probe if
necessary. It will mean that Sen
ators everywhere will call on
state and local authorities to help.
Already local authorities have
been opening their files and vork vork-ing
ing vork-ing closely with lh. Mr.ruiU
I Committee. Typical la New York's
visu-ici Aiiorney, f rank Hogan,
whi. turned over some mighty
grim reports to the group's chief
counsel Kennedy. The Senate peo people
ple people have ben work-ins' i
Dork with the D.A. usinv
dozen specialists from the Feder Federal
al Federal General Accounting Office.
-In Philadelphia, the Sea ate
Committee hat an improvise
headquarters under ex-FBI scent
Leo i Nuity. He has been working
with District Attnra V 1 t
-j, - J . V UI
fu orae 20 c1 n'ons
there This technique is spreading
to other cities.
If labbr't top Council
move, an angrv ouhlie T mere nmng more sotura man
pcice wM. F&uf "d Utthe Hollywood yes- mas. Some
- fttlVc have maila ta mXl-m mit nf
About the only woy o ptoyboy'
H fikely to propose Is en bended
Hjl AMERICAN AN
IKOMA, Tanganyia Every.points of the compass have right
night at nine we turn on the lit-
the BBC news, routed via Nairobi
Between the yips and yaps of .the
hyenas, and the roaring of lions
we've meat in camp and the blight blighters
ers blighters are getting. frightfully cheeky
we separate the world news
from the static I must say I pre prefer
fer prefer the lions,, the hyenas, and the
If is really necessary to re-
move yurelf from civilizat'on
ta realiie wht an utter, irre irreparable,
parable, irreparable, hopeless, greedy, cruel.
stupid, hive. treacherous vin-
Cietiva, yins conniving le'f'sfc,
thieving, unscrupulous, opportun-
istic, double-e f ting, vain,
bombastic, natty mesa t h a t
: mankind Jt; whan coatra 1 1 ret
- with fomething noble like a buz-
zerd, or gentle, like Cobro. ;
- No gibberish devised by a tree tree-climbing
climbing tree-climbing cannibal is as insulting
to reason and' decency as what
you hear nightly on the squawky
little radio. You hear that the Ir
ish Republican Army is chucking
bombs again, and you look at a
troupe, of baboons with something
I'm Irish and come from North Northern
ern Northern Ireland. 1 have been hearing
about the IRA since I was a boy,
awl I wish somebody wduld sup suppress
press suppress it with a club.
My Lord, I am weary of student
uprisings and bomb-cnuckers and
leader-followers and conspiracies
and condoned murders and revolu revolutions
tions revolutions and coups and plots and plans
and counter plots and lips service.
The world at the" moment be behaves
haves behaves as if somebody had opened
all the jails and nuthouses, invest-'
ed the inmates with power, and
turned them loose with weapons.
Everv tim 1 linn T
. - .1-1.1 tine
v o.nVV t.n
France, Britain, Egypt. Jordan
Syria, America, Russia Poland
Hungary. Cynrus MororVn inHn.
China, China, Indonesia, and all
Where the hirr. u
Place, loaic i iiinffiri thi J.J
tastic is practical the
course. In the realm at mmkVA
believe, the unbelievable ia-helir-v
able. Whether in sorrow or glad gladness,
ness, gladness, Celluloidia is a place of ex extremes.
tremes. extremes. The public Interest it
generates is probably best ex explained
plained explained by a classic observation:
"The public enktvs teeina famous
people skating oa thin ice they!
wani w te there when It breaks."
Let the scholars engage in the
profoundcr aspects of Movievillc't
sociology; A reporter. is interest interested
ed interested in -humor and human interest.
The essential human image with
all the attributes and deficiencies
In the w?ol reln nsense
In the whole realm of nonsense
the affirmative nod. At one time.
Darryl Zanuck sternly admonish-
ed a submissive underling: "Don't
say yes until rm finished laik
i ii i
lAf Ii lAf I II
III! VtlVitill mm. ..oL IB
;know I do."
A whimsical yet-mtn once heldi-
a contest amano- evpboDhanlt to I In the tourney from Obseurltv
determine the meaaure of theirjte ttardom, the tanier aspecti eiA necktie nan grabbed It. Slowly
devotion. Th winner, understand-! the film industry have been evt-lTne atasier Hnovnoneo nis jac jac-ablv
ablv jac-ablv ennuph the one who dent. Graee Kelly, for examnle. Iket, ttill staring fixedly at the
announced: "When I die, I want
to be cremated and have my ash
es sprinkled on Mr.: Z a n e k t
driveway, so hit car won't tkid."
The stra.i,er estwett of Holly-ijob.
vood are pc-sooifled by Marie
INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSfAFCT
,U ydcland.the beanstalk
Puck First Said It
By BOB RUARK
on, their side at this moment. Not
ii wnai i near mgnuy on tne raaio
I, forgot to mention India, the
great arbiter. Having been to India,-
I would venture a great deal
of arbitration might start at home.
Mother India's sari could do with
a great deal of laundering before
the old girl appears in public.
We have a lot of warthogs a a-lound
lound a-lound here, and contrasted to the
faces of Russian leaders, they are
downright handsome, not to say
saintly. A warthog lives in filth and
will eat anything, including his
own piglets. I cannot see where
he differs from the Russian lead leaders,
ers, leaders, except he does not root on so
broad a base.
SrU ii .''?. fora
I liave noticed that none of the
carnivores,, save the. leopard, kills
for pleasure." I. have seen a pride
of lion drinking alongside antelope
and running foot race? for fun with
a herd of zebra.
The killing is constant in Afri
ca, but it is done for a purpose,
except when a leopard goes loose
in a goat yard or a gun-happy
sportsman makes a safari. Even
then, what, he kills feeds the vultur vultures,
es, vultures, hyenas, jackals, leopards, fox foxes,
es, foxes, and ants. The waste is not total.
Tht United Nations today ...
The vast game resources of East
Africa are being depelted daily by
the native poachers who build
deadfalls, trap fences, and game
pits to trap animals. The flesh-Is
sold on the black market to the
Indians who infest East Africa.
The natives slay thousands of wild wild-beasts
beasts wild-beasts with poisoned arrows, cut cutting
ting cutting off their tails to sell for 30
shillings as fly-whisks and leaving
the flesh to rot.
The Game, Departments try to
discourage this wastage of natur natural
al natural resource, but have no funds for
competent control. But, like the
United Nations, they are going to
do something about it. Maybe next
year. Thousands of nounds sterlina-
m smuggled ivory go out to India
I McDonald having difficult In
Press nd poUce
IA "an,P? ws n?t a press
where ,the bride and groom gave
giftt to othert. In an effort to lure
"a good press" they presented
newt-phologs with platinum cigar cigarette
ette cigarette lighters.
Although stardom enchants
millions and makes possible trea treasures,
sures, treasures, it rarely provides essen essential
tial essential emotional comfort. An un.
known in a small town frequently M- Allen Smith, the author, des des-has
has des-has a deeper sense of serenity cribed DeMille in action: "He ar-
than the golden boys and girls. It
aomeumet cuiucuii ror Ut puD puD-lic
lic puD-lic to understand that movie
queens are (iris women who are
occasional! v betraved. bv thair;the side lines. He tooke not a
pastiont lit ve. At S u a a n
Harvard once candidly confess
ed: "Let's face It, no matter bow
you look at it, it's still a man's
world, sod I'm- lust not built to
live alone. I don't know of any
Teal worn a a wno ooesa t honestly
1 want a ,nai around the house. I
auditioned for ber initial mere scene. He let the jacket slip from
role minus glama get np. She hit arms but it never came near
wore an old skirt, old shirt, her the ground. A jacket man behind
hair required curling and the watlm swept It out of the air at it
minus maicc-up. But she got the started to. fall. I wat turprtsed
. The actress destined to
become a famous beautj won IbeShia own sleeves."
1M sSS&.':5Wrff KSmMWkVFyri
in Arah shows' from v Mombasa,
Lamu, and Zanzibar, but they did
not allow ths showing of a movie
called "West of Zanzibar" because
the chief ivory smuggler was de-J
pictea as an Arab. There are an
awful lot of Arabs in Kenya and
"Blood stains were found on the
back seat of the car of the-kidnaped
British officer," the radio
says, in brief; "Two- terrorists
were slain in Cyprus last night.
A minor Mau-Mau officer, who
described himself as a regimental
sergeant major, was captured to today..."
"Movement must be finished,"
somebody said. "They used to
call themselves field marshals."
Radio: "Japan today resumed di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic relations with Russia:.."';
. About that time a missionary
heaves into earn p, .
"l'ii von land m vhlM9"
he asks. "I wounded a topi, had
the boy cut Us throat, and then it
got up and ran away, and I had an
awful time chasing it down. I don't
see very well in the dark."
"It is illegal to shoot in tbc
dark," somebody said.
"Yes, but this was for my flock,"
the missionary said. "Also, my
wife is waiting in the bush witrh
"You ought to use a scope,"
"I never thought of that," the
"How long liave you been out
"Twelve yearr," the missionary
"Cut off the radio," somebo somebody
dy somebody taid. "This it beginning ts
tound like heme. Metheke, take
the ep and drive the Bwana
into the ferest to collect hit meat
end hie women."
"Yes, Bwana," the gunbearer
said, -smiling through no front
teeth. His father was possibly a
cannibal and he sells his female
children into marriage. But I kept
thinking how civilized he looked
as he led the wretched heathen to
role after, the director examined
her and exclaimed: "What I like
about this girl is that she Isn't
More Incredible was Adolphe
Menjou't experience. When
he was a film fledgling, Menjou
won an Important role for being
a losing poker pltyter. One of the
card-players was a director who
secured the assignment for A A-dolphe.
dolphe. A-dolphe. Why? Simply because- he
was impressed with Menjou't a a-plomb
plomb a-plomb while losing.
riamboyance it a major Holly-
category it Cecil B. DeMale, the
upe ana iniy. aome years ago.
rived with dignity and a slow, de deliberated
liberated deliberated step. He tlooked neither
to rioht nor left, ignoring the mob
of itodio employes gathered- on
worn ovv came wm uie ine eutuigni
ana iioppea imauy aiongsiae me
big Technicolor camera. His eyea
the scene before,
him and tbey stayed there- He
took off his bat and tossed it ev ever
er ever his shoulder without looking
btck. A hand came cp and snatch
ed it before k had traveled two
feeU He took off his necktie and
east It into the air behind him.
then, to tee Mr. DeMille roll p
i f -(.'
f fwlERRY-GO.ROUu'D i
I -.OTsy IMW MARION ic' ')
i WASHINGTON.- vWe put the
treamsters right here so we could
Keep an eye on congress, y quoth
roly-poly, baldheaded Dave Beck,
czar- of the- Teamsters Union,' ex ex-plaining
plaining ex-plaining why he had located his
national headquarters so that any
senator looking out a rear capitoi
window could not escape the' mod
rnistic giass-and-alumlnum pair
aco dedicated to the biggest union
in America...,.s & s
Beck's remark, was made two
years ago. He would not make it
today.For today- Congress has re
versed things and is- keeping an
eye' on. the teamsters.; v ; j
one by one a long mevor team
ster chiefs: sat before the Senate
Investigating Committee, : blithely
pleaded nthe uth Amendment
With monotonous regularity they
refused to -answer uesuons.: -v
Dave Beck didn'f plead the
Fifth-Amendment., F r o.m bit
home In Seaftle he pleaded tick-
mtiti-iV'!-' t ;?"' j','W:
Sitting in his swank office at
the foot of the Caoitol a few weeks
before, he could oush a button and
have the curtain automatic ally
drawn over his huge glass wind:
ow. Or he could puslj another
L...4!'.: j -l-' ..'
UUllUJI anu UU1U3C U1C BUI! e- lajra
In the window glass through wheih
he viewed Congress. ;
Another button turned on his
special hi-fi set,' .The push of an
other button turned on ; ma spe specially4
cially4 specially4 installed TV set.- ? r
A battery of phones was spread
out on tne nuge, pare aesK. Jtie
could bark into a box ana sum summon
mon summon union chiefs' from any place
in his glass palace. Upstairs was
a cafeteria where teamster cmeis
could eat free. Nearby was a goia
leaf decorated projection r o o m
seating 500 where the teamster
boss could snow ms private movi movies.
es. movies. The leather unholstery in his
buildiirg made the Union League
Club look parsimonious.
. "wt'r, going to keep v an eye
on Cenereti," the teamtter best
.had Jtid. ; But new Cengrett it
keeping an eye 'en him.
NO TEARS FOR BICK
Not many people in the labor
movement feel sorry for Dave
Beck or the teamsters.- Dave has
thumbed hia nose : t ; too many
other labor leaders, crossed
swords too frequently with, George
Meany, raided tod many, other u u-nions,
nions, u-nions, even loaned money to firms
engaged in locking out other unions.
Furthermore, there', lot,in the
record or both Beck and his No. 2
f ...MM AT AH iLAaa I 1 t U At fl , T H T
tCfllliaiCl, UVOOi Ufin lw)f tiaaeav
ought to be investigated for the
good ot union nonest
However, let's take a r look at
the mam: who's doing the invest!
gatingr Sen. John McQleUan,t of j
Senator Mcueiian -was entrusteq
with the probe of the gat-ou wo wo-bv
bv wo-bv after a lobbyist for- Howard
Keck and Suoerior Oil attempted
to bribe Sen. Francis case or
South Dakota .to the tune of $2,500.
Senator McClellan was given
The Invtrtigating ob after. Sen.
Tern Henningt ef Mitteuri and
Sen. Albert Cere ef Tennessee
had triad to de a forthright ib
but were euchred eut ef the com committee
mittee committee chalrmanthip by San.
Lyndon Johnson ef Texat, bet bet-em
em bet-em pal of ihe gat lobby. John John-ton
ton John-ton knew McClell-an would be a
He was. At the close of his al alleged
leged alleged investigation he blithely an announced:
nounced: announced: ...
"We have done everything pos possible
sible possible to secure the cooperation of
the press, tlje public, and the Exe Executive
cutive Executive Branch of the Government.
The facts the committee obtained
in response to these enow .were.
snatnrv MeCleIlan: Issued this
statement despite the fact th-at I
personally went to his office and
urged his staff w probe the $5,000
check paid by the same Howard
Keck of Superior Oil to the Eisen
hower Dinner committee at me
very same time the gas bill was
under debate. I had a photostat of,
Senator Case rebuffed the sz.wo
from Superior. Oil. The Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower Committee accepted twice that
amount from the same Superior
Oil. Yet Senator McCletlan refus refused
ed refused to investigate.1 On top of that
he had the nerve to announce .that;
the press did not cooperate.
Senator Mcueuan is quite ngnu aloft but a develop a practical
about investigating the teamsters, long-range bombe.
CERVECERIA NACIpNAL, SX
(NATIONAL BREWERY) INC)
Wc wish to remind you that the regular
General Assembly of Stockholders wilj be
held in our New Plant in Pasadena TranS TranS-'
' TranS-' isthmian Highway, on ?Ionday, January
.28, 1957, at 7 p.m. - .:-
. In accordance with' the ByLaw(t of our
Company this me cling can not be held un unless
less unless one-hall plus one of the total number
of stockholders are present or represent represent-ed
ed represent-ed by proxy, and at leat one-hall of the
capital stock is represented.
. Stockholders who are unable to attend
this meeting SHOULD B1AIL THEIR
PROXIES in due to me to Aptdo. 536,
Panama City. ;
SATURDAY, JANUARY M, 1951
But he has been woefully negM
gent in not fully investigating the
gas lobby, the big utilities, Tand
Vice President Nixon's friend,
murrey vuuuuer. i ;
McClellan't lawfirm in. Ark.
r antat represent beth oil com companies
panies companies end utilities. -If e doesn't
want to invet'Mgete their lobby
,ing he theuld step aside end let
jtemeene else, cenduct the-hear
' "SHOOTINa" IN, ISRAIL
'V V 'J r ..
K-vThe one-hour TV prognam on
this writer's ."Report on The Holy J
Land" being aired by WBC "thia
Sunday : illustrates the miracle of
modern reporting and some of its
problems. Prime Minister Ben-Gu-rion
was interviewed before the Si Sinai
nai Sinai attack, and t&en by transatlan transatlantic
tic transatlantic telephone afterward.? ,-
'Durlng-'.the 1st interview; Ben-Gu-rion
was at his farm co-op, teve
Bokar. in the Negev Desert, where
he wore a toot khaki shirt and
shorts. The second interview, af after
ter after the Sinai attack, -was in Jeru Jerusalem,
salem, Jerusalem, where he wore a formal
business 1 suit. The' Prime Minister
was extremely .busy;, but neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless bowed to my 'meticulous pro producer,
ducer, producer, Baruch Dienar, and chang changed
ed changed to khaki shirt and shorts.
By the time of the second inter-
iew. the jcairiera. crew1 which had
fumed the first interview had been
drafted into the,.'; Israeli Army.
They were spread' out all over the
Sinafc Peninsulav i'-fri", .-
. However, after 1 called Gen.
Moshe Perlman,. Ben-Gurlon's in information
formation information officer, by transatlantic
phone, Je agreed to let the came camera
ra camera crew drive back from Egypt
to Jerusalem 'to retake the Prime
MinisteriThe v Prime Minis t e,r
however. Kent them waiting one
day, two days,; three days. After
waiting for tne fnme Minister
each night, they had to drive back
to Egypt, get back Into their ar
my uniforms and report for; duty.
Next evening they made the long
trip again, until Ben-Gurion was
finally; reshot..,v V' i,y.'flt,r- ;
h WASHINGTON (UP)-Ren. Mel-
vlii' Price (D-Ill) charged today
that the administration has slowed
development of atomic aircraft
after promising the project "high
Price is chairman of tne atomic
energy research and development
"I am go jig to make inquiries,"
he said, "to see why, there has
been this chancs' in oolicy after.
our committee was assured over
ayear ago that the project wouia
have high priority and would be
pushed." v -,.-. Sl ;...'.
Defense department sources
confirmed that development of an
aircraft to carry an atomie en
gine has been cut back.
Price Said efforts to develop the
power plant itself have been cur curtailed.
tailed. curtailed. Chairman Lewis L. Strauss
of the Atomic" Energy Commis Commission
sion Commission reported last year that a
land-based hucletr power plant
was being tested at; the aircraft
engine test center id Idaho.
But Price said tne wnoie pro program
gram program has been slowed to the point
where net ; all : of the -money
aooroOriated for it last year has
yet been allocated.
i nis is a maiier 01. greei ,oia ,oia-couragement
couragement ,oia-couragement to this committee,,,
Price said. He added that if de-
veinnmint of atomie submarines
had followed a similar course.
the Nautilus would not be ply
ing the seat today .'. -"
v Pentagon sources attri bated
the slowdown to lack of research
and development funds resulting
from higher priority given to mis-
There was a time tome fears
ago when it looked as though an
atom-driven plane might take the
airborne time in 1958. Now there
seems little likelihood A thatthis
will happen before 1962 or' 1963.
The'- military attitude was said to
be: that Ihe point it not merely
j to get a nuclear-propelled plane
8 ATTJlRD AY, JANUARY M. 1957
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN. AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Colon -r 11th St. and Melender Ave."' Colon
TONIGHT TONIGHT :
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' MEMBERS of the Cebtral Pageant Committee discussing handicraft scene from scrip o ewjt .titled Girl Scouts irt Re Re-view"
view" Re-view" be presented Feb.-21 at 7 p.m. iri the Fort Clayton Theatre No. 1. Shown Jeft to right are Mrs. Louls V. High High-tower
tower High-tower Mrs' John-DMargot) Arthur Who is author of the pa geant; Miss Geniet McFarlne, International, Girl Scout Secre-
tarv- ItoUaa S Genore, executive director of International Girl Scouts; Mm. Wesley H Townfiend, chairman of the Pag-
Mnt coXittee- M Thpmas A. Bell, chairman of district III; Mrs. Andrew M. Wright and Mrs.. CamllcvAv Chapman
both from th TMuchachas Guias of Panama. Committee members not shown to picture arer Mrs Jonn A. flagborg and Mrs.
--Genn Eurpr from District II; Mrs. S. Frank Mason III from District I, nd Mrs. J. Edward Healyv Jr.,, from the; Mu-
- chachas Guias of Panama.- ; ': ' A' '
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MISS ELIZABETH McHTJGH (center), Director of Region No. 2 of the GirlScouts of America,
K thingsover with Gov, W. E Potter in his office at Balboa Heignts. She is accompanied
brwKw Of the Canal Zone Girl Scout Council, left, and
MM Tjames ToKlineeAtly elected president of the Council. Mias.McHugh is making an
official visit to- the Caoal Zone Girl Scout Council.
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27 KnigM'l title
81 Sea eoldler
33 Ran together
40 Preach cD
41 Inl matters
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51 Night before
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55 Female sheep
28 Arrow poison
31 Early epoch
23 With weapon 38 Church
24 Fish aervice
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Arrested By FBI
MEMPHIS, Ten;"(U?) r-e
FBI early today arrested fugitive
gunman Alfred Jame White, pho
togenic 'newcomer, to me ioj
"most wanted list," at a mall
kotel whei-e he was- living under
aa assumed name,
The 53-year-old, "distinguished
looking" fugitive had been inten inten-ttvelv
ttvelv inten-ttvelv soueht since, he fired on
colice in West Hamlin. W. Va
oa June 7, 1954, and fled by swim
ming a river fully cioinea, me
Special -Agent C. E. Piper fa
cfiarge of the Memphis FBI office
said two Memphis citizens recog recognized
nized recognized White from pictures oa pos posters
ters posters circulated since White "was
placed en the FBI's ,"10 most
wanted list 19 days ago.
He has a distinguished appear appearance
ance appearance aid looked Just like his
photograph, which normally do
not resemble too much, Piperi t : 4
said. "There was no question v Prior to the 'arrest. Piper said,'
about him being the.naa." .there had beea no siga of White
i tsmce Be ilea we scene of a lum-
Piper said White, after eoovic- ber yarn burglary attempt in West
tions for larceny, auto theft, rob-iHabklin, his pistol blazing at
bery-and parole violation, was a-i police.
Lebanon Backs US
Mid East Doctrine
BEIRUT. Lebanonuary 26
(UP) Premier 5atr4 Solh today
announced Lebanese government
backing for President Elsenhow Elsenhower's
er's Elsenhower's Middle East doctrine.
The premier told a news con conference
ference conference he believed Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's plan of economic aid and mil military
itary military moves against any Commun Communist
ist Communist aggression would be of bene benefit
fit benefit to Middle East nations,
Solh Indicated he may try to use
his influence to bring other nations
of the Arab League Into a "posi
tive recognition of the Eisenhow
er Doctrine. -.
Lebanon traditionally u
western and has been a leader in
efforts to foster a pro-we stern at attitude
titude attitude among Moslem nations In
the Middle East.
Change To Release
Sooner That Usual
A modification of separation
policies which will release a num
ber of reserve officers before the
expiration of their present cate
gories has been announced by the
Department of the Army.
Officers eligible for retirement
prior to category expiration who
are not Selected for retention will
be separated, the Army said.
Under the revised procedures,
reservists will be separated at
the end of the month following the
month in which they qualify for
retirement. This, corresponds to
the statute governing the man mandatory
datory mandatory retirement of Regular
Those immediately affected by
the change are officers who are,
or will be by April 30. qualified
for retirement and are scheduled
for release in May or June and
during fiscal year 1958. under the
accelerated release policy, these!
officers will be separated in April
The Army said each individual
will be notified of his new separa
tion date and be given a mini minimum
mum minimum warning of 0 days, or 90
days overseas, .-prior? to separa separation.
At an rxrentim. to this sched
ule, officers accompanied by de dependent
pendent dependent children attending school
may elect to remain on active du duty
ty duty until the end of the month in
which the school year is complet
ed or, if serving ouisiae ine u.a.
until the end of the month follow following
ing following thit in which the school year
A later announcement will be
made of uimilar separation phas phasing
ing phasing for officers 'whose categories
expire in fiscal 1959, the Army
Turncoat Fights Dad
Then Flees (lie Farm
Vifh Brother in Tow
What A Life
NORTH MUSKEGON, Mich.,
Jan. 28 (UP) Dogs can't even
like a dog's life here anymore.
The City Council yesterday posted
an ordinance making it illegal for
dogs to bark "at flight time or in
such a manner aa to annoy or
disturb the sleep, repose, health,
peace or comfort" of residents.
armed and put up no resistance
when he was arrested in his bote!
snoruy. Deiore aawn.
Sunday, February 3
CARBONDALE, 111. (UP)-Arlie
Pate, 26-year-old turncoat GI who
returned from Communist China
less than two months ago with the
statement he "never wanted to
Icve home," apparently has
changed his mind, again.
Arlie, along with his 18-year-old
brother Donald, left the rocky
78-acre farm which had once been
part of his homecoming dream.
Wednesday following a fist fight
wltu his father.
The split in the family became
known Tuesday when the father
hitched a ride into Carbondale to
file an assault complaint against
Arlie and his younger brother.
The father, Daniel, said the fight
developed when his sons demand demanded
ed demanded money from a recent livestock
"They both jumped me and
knocked me down three times," he
terrupted and said, "Don't believe
She said she!': planned to. lave
the, smll farm also, taking with
her two younger children, Jewell,
15. and Harold. 12.
The father said he wanted to
stay on the farm but. "it looks
like I'm going to have to sell out.
Arlie and his brother reportedly
took a taxi to St. Louis, Mo.,
Wednesday night, a distance of
about 80 miles.
Deputy Sheriff Ray Dilllnger
picked the boys up at their home
earlier and drove tnem to iviur iviur-.physboro.
.physboro. iviur-.physboro. The father, displaying a black
eyer dropped the assault charges
after Arlie told him ne would
leave home within 24 hours and
never come back."
There were reports that Arlie
also was involved in a beer-hall
fight a few days ago following an
argument over his three-year stay
He returned home Dec. 7 and
was welcomed with open arms by
by his family.
General Due Here
For Annual Probe
a . .
' Maj. Gen. Eugene W; Ridings-,
deputy ; Inspector general of the
U.S. Army, will arrive In the
Canal Zone tomorrow from Ecua Ecuador
dor Ecuador to begin the annual general in inspection
spection inspection of Headquarters, USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB and the U.S. Army Audit j
Agency, Caribbean Region.
Ridings and the three members
of his party who will arrive with
him will be Joined by a second
group from Washington, D.C. The
combined group of nine officers
and one civilian will conduct the
inspection of Army activities in
Riding and the three members
of his party who will arrive with
him win nave compieiea inspec inspections
tions inspections of the U.S. Army military
missions In Chile, Uruguay, Pa Paraguay,
raguay, Paraguay, Bolivia and Ecuador be before
fore before they land at Tocumen air airport.
port. airport. Following the insDectlon of US-
ARCARIB Headquarters and the'
Army Audit Agency, Caribbean
region. Ridings, accompanied by
a three man tetm, will continue
inspections of military mission to
include Costa R i c s, Nicaragua,
Hondurii and Guatemala.
On Monday, the general a a d
members of his party will begin
meir inspection oi imhuiiub
1 activities after visits with IX Gen.
Robert M. Montague and Maj.
Gen. Thomas L. Harrold.
- Members of the party will be
divided rota several teams in or order
der order toecomplisb the Inspection.
I After visiting staff sections at
I USARCARIB Headquarters, Rid Ridings
ings Ridings will tour the USARCAR1B
school, the Jungle Warfare Train Training
ing Training Center, Fort San Lorenzo and
I Ridings is scheduled to depart,
with three officers of the group
on Feb. 2 from the Canal Zona to
Costa Rica.- 1
LT.'GEN. ROBERT M. MONTAGUE, the newly appointed Commander-in-Chief
of the Caribbean Command visited Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command Headquarters last week and toured the
USAP School for Latin America, Albrook AFB. Montague Is
sthowfr above with Col. John C. Evers, school commandant and
MSgt. Ralph Plowman, chief instructor of the School's
Propeller Section. (Official USAF Photo)
USARCarib Headquarters Accepting
Bids For West Point Appointments
Applications for appointment to
West Point are being accepted by
Headquarters, USARCARIB, from
now through May 31, from enlisted
members of the Regular and Re Reserve
serve Reserve components of the ,Army
and Air Force.
West Point application boards
will be, located in Panama (Paci (Pacific
fic (Pacific side) and in Puerto Rico and
composed of not less that five of officers,
ficers, officers, at least one of whom will!
be a West Point graduate.
US Doctors Launch
To Wipe Out Polio
CHICAGO, Jan. 26 (UP)- The
American. Medical Assn. today
eaHed- a nationwide t meeting; of
doctors and scientists to launch
an sall-out Campaign "end polio
in tbr United .-States; w i
The Job can be done this year,
AMA officials said, if doctors can
only shake the public out of its
"inertia and apathy" towards use
of the Salk anti-polio vaccine.
It was this apathy which
prompted the AMA to call its
state and territorial representn-l
tives. along with many of the
country's top polio authorities, t
a one-day meeting in Chicago next
Dr. Jonas Salk, who developed
the vaccine, will map plans for an
intensive vaccination program
starting March 1.
The AMA's president, Dr.
Dwight H. Murray of Napa. Calif.,
said "This public service project
is aimed at the key target o'
eliminating the disease once and
"We have won battles against
the dread crippler, polio, but we
may lose the war if the public
isn't shaken out of its apathy," he
said. "The public, especially those
under 40. must be alerted to take
the chance to strike in 1957."
This will be the responsibility of
all state and local medical socie societies,
ties, societies, the AMA said.
Although doctors will urge vac vaccinations
cinations vaccinations for all, their chief
efforts will be in the, under-40 age
group. Dr. Jack C. HaWeman of
the .U.S. Public Health Service in
Washington will tell the confer
ence that less than half the per persons
sons persons in this group have been vac-'
cinated, and less than S million'
persons in the 20-to-39 group,1
where polio incidence is high and.
The boards will notify the ap applicants
plicants applicants of the time and place to
appear for examination. The exa examination
mination examination is designed to lest ap applicants
plicants applicants for such qualities as aca academic
demic academic ability, leadership, charac character
ter character and motivation for a militaiy
Last year, 22 applications were
received by USARCARIB Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters for appointment to the
U.S. Military Academy.
A breakdown of the local figur figures
es figures of last year's applicants shows
that 18 Reglilar Army men appli applied,
ed, applied, one member of the Air Force,
two members of the National
Guard and one member of the re reserves.
serves. reserves. Selected applicants will attend
the West Point Preparatory School
for a period of one year. Success
ful completion of the school leads
to enrollment in the Academy class
that will, begin in JuW 1958,' -?
Unit personnel officers w will give
assistance o enlisted'1 nien1 Inter Interested
ested Interested in making application for ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. According to Army Re
gulation 350-55, the qualifications
for appointment to the Academy
include an age limit of not less
than 17 and not more than 22
years of age by July 1 of the year
of proposed admission.
All applicants must be United
States citizens. They must be un
married and must not have been
At least a high school education
or its equivalent is required. Pre Previous
vious Previous education should include al algebra,
gebra, algebra, plane geometry, three yars
of English including literature, and
United States history.
Applicants must be of good mor moral
al moral character and must possess the
capacities for leadership required
of an officer. Furthermore, they
must possess a strong desire for
a permanent military career as an
Applicants are urged to avail
themselves of the opportunity to
undergo a preliminary physical
examination which is authorized
but not compulsory.
Stations irt Arctic
LONDON (UP)-Soviet scientists
engaged in Arctic research will
use automatic drifting weather!
stations on a large scale, Moscow
Radio reported today. The broad-;
cast heard here said about 20 sta stations
tions stations were being set up on drifting
ice floes in the central polar basin.
Raising of' the
i Carnival Flag, with
of the Authorities,
v Coniparsas and
the General Public.
Dancing until 4:00 a.m.
in the Spacious
with GIRO'S Orchestra
X aW J
A cordial invitation in ;.
extended to All to join ,'
in the fun with the
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- vpw PwrsiDENT FOR NAVY DISTAFF MM. Ruth HanJey,
'- counclLxeoelves the gavel, from the outgoing president of the
Navr JMsteM Organteatlon. Mrs. Katharine Schork at a cere-"""7-
at u & Naval station Rodman, Monday.
"tRESIDENT ERNESTO DE LA GUARDIA WILL GIVE
BANQUET INHONOR OF PANAMA ASSEMBLYMEN
"':'Th President of Panama ha tawed inTitation to a
a ianquet, which will b held at the Preridentlal Palace, Mon-
"dt y xhebbaniiet wUl b flrea la honor f the Panama Ai-
WiU'tnt-tain Brd f Dlrwtort
1 Gov. and Mr, wuium roi-
ter will entertain with a buffet
supper at the Governor mansion.
Guests of honor will be the mem
':gnjaf "(Hty Season fijuepii.
No More limp curls
No more mussed hair
No more stray wisps
Not an objectionable lacquer
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THE INTERNATIONAL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
- covering and circulating in 107 countries
Offices in Panama Tl. 3-7378 Box 4442
Pmjuu. 2-O740 2-0741 Uu
bers of the Board of Directors ot
.the Panama j;anal t .
Ambaiteder Uruguay .;
Gives Dinner Party s
The Ambassador of Uruguay Dr.
FRI., FEB. 1st
A complete one hour
ice revue nightly
9:00 -J 10
To be suitable for use In The
Panama American, news and
pieturea of weddings should be
delivered or mailed to the pa
per as soon ag possible after
can supply glossy prints for
reproduction within 24 to 41
hours after the event, and
prospective brides are counsel counseled
ed counseled to employ a professional
photographer to cover the most
important occasion of their
This newspaper's policy of
printing the news as soon as
it occurs makes it mandatory
that we reject pictures or
stories, which are submitted
Forms for prospective brides
and engaged girls may be ob obtained
tained obtained from the Panama A A-mer'ean
mer'ean A-mer'ean office.
Felix Polled Carrio and Mrs. Ca Carrie
rrie Carrie gave a dinner party at the
Embassy residence Thursday.
Acfys Give Party
At Union Club
The Counsellor of the U n i t e d
States Embassy Robert Austin Ac-
ly ami Mrs. Acly entertained with
a gay cocktail party at the Union
Club last night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Msyles
Announce Birth Of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. .fnhn Mavl l
Campo Alegre announce the birth
of their fourth child, a daughter,
at Gorgas Hospital, Tuesday, Jan.
The baby has been named Pi.
James Barrett elected
President Of C.Z. Art League
Mr. James Barrett .w.ri
president of the Canal Zone Art
League at a meeting held Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at the USO-JWB.
Other officers electM for ion
are Judse Guthrie Onu, ftr.f
vice president, Frances Greening,
second vice president, Ann Hous
ton, secretary, Annabel Myers,
Ass't secretary and Col. Paul Col-
Red Carpet Relied Out
Walton returned to their Ft. Oay Oay-ton
ton Oay-ton quarters with Mrs. Walton's
brother Mtttyu Hunyadf, who had
terrilv Ahmv ...... j il
distinguished welcoming commit-
Louis V. Hightower and Mrs. Pe-
t-AW C ...
" o. were at tne Walton
home to welcome the lad.
M a t ft V a r., 'M44k j
from his homeland, Hungary, and
wa amung me nrsi refugees
brought to New York. After a 2-
- -vj ah miup jvumei ne
spent a week, with Col. Walton's
hrnthf in Maw V.a K.tf. ..it
. ... ..w vit uvjivre iflu-
ing for Panama.
Atlantic Side Policemen's
Ball Slated For Feb. I
The Atlantic Branch of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone Police Association an
nounces that the 19th Annual Po Policeman's
liceman's Policeman's Ball will be held Feb 8
at the Strangers' Club in Colon.
The Royal Sultans and a combo
will provide the music, starting at
There will be door priaes and en.
tertainment. Tickets may be ob obtained
tained obtained from any police officer on
the Atlantic Side. For reservations
call Cristobal 3-2111.
College C lab's
Annual Carnival Taa
j The Annual Carnival Tea of the
j Canal Zone College Club will be
given Miuraay afternoon, Feb. 2
from 3 to S o'clock at the Amador
Officers' Open Mess.
A program of native Panamtni Panamtni-an
an Panamtni-an dances will -precede the tea.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Fred Weade (Balboa)
2-3193 or Mrs. Rav Caldwell (Rat-
A cover charge of $1. will be
made for each member and guest.
Ike To Present
To Elder Hoover
WASHINGTON. Jan. 26 (UPW
President Eisenhower will present
former Preaideot Hoover n..
cial citation Feb A fnr rti.tln.
Jauished service to his fellowv
The White House announced
today that the presentation -will
be made t a lunrh iMiunr in
Hoover's honor by the Cituens
wmmiMee for the Hoover Report.
' Mr. Eisenhower i rnMtpvl tn
i Mr. Hoover beaded the special
committee to study government
reorganisation in 1947 and agsin
from 1953 to 195S.
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TO DANCE AT ATLANTIC POLICEMEN'S BALL Harnett
and Dunn dance team will be featured In the floor show of
the 19th Annual Policemen's Bail, which will be held at the
Strangers' Club In Cristobal Friday Feb. '8.
Son Of Church Head
WARSAW. Jan. 26 (UP) The
Polish news agency Pap today -re
ported that the 16-year-old son of
a state-sponsored Catholic church
association head has been kidnap
ped and that his abductors were
demanding ransom equivalent to
Pap said that Bogdan Piasecki,
son of Boleslaw Piasecki, was ab abducted
ducted abducted January 22 while walking
to school. Boleslaw Piasecki is di director
rector director of the Pax Association, a
church group which cooperates I
with the Communist government.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1849)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CniLK
M.V. "SALAMANCA" Jan. 28
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" Feb. 2
M.V. "SALAVERRY" Feb. 4
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA,
SPAIN AND FRANCE.
M.V, "REINA DEt MAR (28,225 Tons) ..........Feb, tl
M.V.. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18.000 tons,. .Mprtl
' '""AIR-CONDITIONED. r
, T6 UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SANTANDER ; .Jan. 29
8.S. "PIZARRO" Jan. 30
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" Feb. 8
M.V. "PARAGUAY" Feb. 15
S.S. "LOCH RYAN" Jan. 29
S.S. "POTARQ" Feb. S
All Sailings Subject to Change Without Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION Co.. Cristobal Tel.: 16545
FORD CO ISC. PANAMA: "La Exposleion" S5th St.
and Justo Arosemena Ave. Tel. 3-12578
BALBOA: Term. Bldg. Tel. X 1805
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Cref Wliite Fleet
New OrleiM Service CrUtlbal
"HIBUERAS" Jan. 28
''LEON' Feb. 4
"YAQUE" Feb. 5
"YUCATAN" Feb. 8
k 8TEAMER Feb.
A STEAMER Feb. 19
AUe Handling Refrlgertted and Chilled Care
New York Service CriZbti
"ESPARTA" Jan. 28
"FRA BERLANGA" Feb. 4
"LIMON" rs Feb. 11
"COMAYAGUA" Feb. 18
"PARISMINA" Feb. 25
"METAPAN" March 4
"JUNIOR- March 11
Weekly saiiinis of twelve passenger ships lo New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
Te New York and Return S24I.M
Te Ls Angeles and San Fran rise and
Returning from Leu An relet ......... 8218.M
Te Seattle aad Return 83
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904
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To Succeed Young
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 (UP)
President Eisenhower today for formally
mally formally nominated former Gov.
Christian A. Herter of Massachu
setts as undersecretary of state,
succeeding Herbert Hoover Jr.
Hoover's resignation becomes
effective about Feb. 1. Herter, who
was" selected for the job last
month, has been at the State
Department since, early this
month working with Hoover on an
He will. not formally take office
until his nomination is confirmed
by the Senate.
lack nettc tat tadusiea in ihi
column should be submitted In
type-whiten form sad mailed te ana
the boa numbers listed daily In
'Sotlal and Otherwise," ar deliver deliver-as
as deliver-as by hand to the eftice. Netice
flitetina caonat be accepted by
Thursday Morning Study Group
Will Have Distinguished Speaker
A snecial meeting of the Thurs
day Morning Study Group of the
Canal Zone College Club will be
held at the home of Mrs. John Kea
ding 547 A Curuodu Heights at 8
3d a.m. Jan. 31.
Miss. Elizabeth Mc Hugh, Re-
eional Director of the National
Girl Scouts will be guest speaker
Mrs. Roland Williams will assist
as co-hostess for the occasion.
D.A.R. Executive Board
Will Meet Next Tuesday
The Executive Board of the
Panama Canal Chapter, Daught Daughters
ers Daughters of the American Revolution,
will meet on Tuesday in the Lit Little
tle Little Gallery of the Tivoli Guest
House at 4:15 p.m.
It's as important for a house housewife
wife housewife to be businesslike when
she Is taking care of, family
hiisinos a. it. is for a secretary
to have a business like approach
to onice prowems. ine House Housewife
wife Housewife who is careless about keep-
inr onnnintment8. tiavln? bills
on time, keeping her part of a
bargain, returning business tele tele-nhone
nhone tele-nhone calls, etc.. is showing
plain bad manners.
A woman can learn to be busi businesslike
nesslike businesslike without any business
Wilding Lays Plans
For Quick Divorce
From Lii Taylor
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 2ft (UP) (UP)-Actor
Actor (UP)-Actor Michael Wilding laid plans
today for a speedy Mexican di divorce
vorce divorce from Elizabeth Taylor to
thm arreen star's marriage
I to producer Mike Todd., 1
. wilding aaiu m
co, where Miss Taylor and Todd
are vacationing, was not a last last-minute
minute last-minute bid for reconciliation.
"After all, it's my divirco.
too," he said. "I can't very well
get it if I don't come here."
Miss Taylor flew to the tropical
,.,irf in AAaniilpA t.hin morninc
I to" j oin Todd, and Wilding was
expected to louow later.
But Wilding said he did not plan
to spend any time with the movie
beauty although he admitted,
' Well, I guess I'll have to see
her. won't I?"
Miss Taylor arrived here early
vesterday with Todd to recuper recuperate
ate recuperate from a spinal operation. She
raid she would spend 15 or 20
dav in Acapulco.
Wilding arrived 24 hours later.
TI ale maria nlan rftprvations
Ifor the Pacific coast resort. But
he said he came only to expedite
The actress had filed for a
California divorce but could not
w. 4yf .A.. With a
Mexican decree, she and Tedd
could marry immediately.
Wilding said he did not know
vet when or where he would file
for the divorce.
Hew Allamlra Club
Officers To Be
Officers elected to govern the
affairs of Club Altamira for this
year will be installed at an instal installation
lation installation ceremony to be held tonight
in one of the social rooms of the
An appropriate proram has
been arranged for the occasion.
The officers to be installed are:
Victor M. Carew president; Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph Samuels-vice-president-business
manager; Leroy Ed gh ill -secretary;
Edmond Joseph-assistant sec secretary!
retary! secretary! John M. Thomas-assistant
PICNIC FOR MARCH 24
Preliminary plans have been
completed by the club to hold a
mammoth picnic on. Sua., March
24, m the picturesque town of
This will be the club's first ven venture
ture venture for 1957 and was motivated
bv the Incessant clamor of the
friends and supporters of the
, than any ether brand
, Aecaravt douga
Aspirin for Children
AT" ft" ( i
PANAMA GIRL WINS HEMISPHERE CONTEST -4 Miss Aha Aha-lida
lida Aha-lida Alfaro of Panama was elected Panama Coffee Queen 'in
Manizales, Colombia, on Thursday nights Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Antonio Alfaro of La Cresta, Miss Alfaro graduated last
year from Marymount College lit New York. : Shi won her
crown competing against contestants irom Brazil, Venezuela,
Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Cuba, Salvador,. Guatemala, Hon Honduras
duras Honduras and Mexico. ...
At Saint Paul's
Services tomorrow at St. Paul's
church will be the last of a series
of special services in observance
of the patronal festival, and will
begin with a celebration of Holy
Communion at 8 a.m.
At 9 a.m. there will be Holy Eu
charist and sermon wt which time
there will be the parish corporate
communion. Fr. John Spear will
be celebrant. The final service of
the day will be evensong and ser
mon at 7 p.m. with the Rev.
. A wonderful
i 1' U t
Frozen moat ploa
In Individual sorvlhgol
Filled with tender neat
Extra flaky crust :
So easy to prepare
Sow enjoy tKe savory geednest
of OncxwH, Tumxi or Beet Pik, not&evt aS th fum
and bother of preparation! Just put generoos-sizee!
SwunoH FaoxEH Meat Pnu into the oven ...brown
. . and serve. Better pick op a good supply Irom yew
grocer's freezer youH find the family asking for
this easy-to-prepare, appetizing treat again and again!
'Other Prosn twanson Pavorit:
Smwss aial "TVm tntftwarts twa4
Senate Confirms ''
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 (UP J
The Senate today confirmed Pres Pres-dent
dent Pres-dent Eisenhower's nomination (of
Ellsworth Bunker, former presi president
dent president of the American Red Cross,
as ambassador to India. t
The action was by voice rote.
Mr. Eisenhower.: last, year gave
Bunker an interim appointment,
succeeding Sen. John Sherman
Cooper (R-Ky). ;
Clarence Hayes of St. Christo.
pher's Rio Aba jo, as jpreacher. i
All other activities tot the day
will be at the usual hours.
new idea in
Pru Pla :u
ehMaa Si tst SOnf
Look for Swaxsotf
youTJ find Qcautt
y ft siakats ef CtmpMrs Sodks
I I I
I. ':' I'
V f i ft
, SATTRDAI, JANTARTe.. 1957 ,J.Jm,
Hot Time on-the Or Range as Soldiers i
'.I r 1 I I i ...
, !.. :. i, :v ".( ...
tmm church wgtig
Wa r m U p to. Ta sk of Us i n g ;F la m eth ro we r
Church of Christ
i . j- i
,". v W. W. Borrow, Evangelist
, Telephone 8-3602 'i
lit am., iiai o.Tkok ...
Services Svjnaav. 10:60 am t' 40
i run p.m. 1 ., j : "! t :'
UlSTOBAfc American Leal OB Hall.
''"- Sorvtraa Sunday 10:00 a.m 11-00 a td
IO ABAJO: House No. M IStb St
.' Sunday 4:30 c m
X i tlM'lAtUAN ..
' I 1 iBld." Ml
CP I Anton Blvd.
. ; Ancoo
, four invitation
; "Uboral 1
. swi f Vaorwlu, ?
. Pnona WM1
iBui0D School I .;Xu' ,ao
,vu Worsnip .. ;
Way. AJaatUig t :
: utcr) W aancbda) ....-aU-otanooo-4w
MP,vd each monui
S1 BAr-TISl CHUKCB
Balboa lllhu. C
v m Ancob oulovartf
, Drawei B balooa HelBhtf
Phone ualboa 172?
. 'KUllam H. Bby, faitor
kunda; ubool . -.
i i .m
l .44 a n
JW o m
t' Aauuai Itauung Onion ..'
V,ra"l MoaUn Wadnaa.
W M S iib)a ,Stu6 Tbura-,
Men Brotbirhood'.'-I"' iLait
Morula in' month I
Uarnrlta Avanua at 5Ui Btraw
Margariu, Canal too
av. frad A..Wlt
undliv' School: .(,...
Baptist framing Union..
. a m
Captain Mrl. H Gram
U B.i,Mrt 8treat, Phona: M-200M
11:00 uolinow Mtetlng.
1:00 binday School.
1 :30 Sslvalinn Meeting .
LA Bt C.E.
ulldin ho J04i Phonai a-ZI
' U.-C4 .lioiinem .Meeting. ; ;
3:00 f-uhda School. T - T
ta3'atioii MMting; ;
Oular'&we ' '-..-'t 4:
Wsrt day Scjiooi.''.
11:00 ilmta MMtlni
3:00 Svi'day School. ';v
J.30 ayiyatiorc atatUng, :, V
OULUU iStlRlf VrftKBT
H;UM LiilmeMitSatctiiui -S
OO Si(nda Scbooi. -.
1 M Sfcivalvdl.iMaetlrg ;. ...
RAINBLW CITY t.Z i. h
Eavoy 4. GUI.'. ... -:
St. Ki.u and Jamaica- Street i
11 :00 rto,ine!is. Mtetjng
7:30 Balvalion Meeting 'ii. ',
Senior I np and Mrs C MoonMarwa,
leXh R:m. Phonai S8-7
Union Churches v
' Wtiar u PrntesuaSt cavporate Wtta
aafty asaantiai,- liberty us aoa aoa-aaaaatiaB
aaaaatiaB aoa-aaaaatiaB and ehert la all tBlnn
'J ma. ATLANTIC Bll
Rev. Ray ilafelf. Paalae
. Phone 6-Sii . .
. 8:45 Church Scnad
, 11:00 Worship Service.
' 44 p.ra Sr Yeutb Folio ship
' tSXI p.m Jr ,Youib Fellowship
Tbe Rev. faul at 0 land or Pasta,
PSMiar -lM ". .- -'(
So Bible School.
It:4 Warohia aarvlrt aaa CBur eat-ttm
jSO Yeuta Feikrwsaia
' -: ra pai-iph im
raa an Oaeat t. Olsa
Raloea Rd. ai st Pan 10 A
' Pbon I-I4A4, church office i-3A
J Church Scboo tree bua arvare
Personate Discwsooa Group.
It Jt tVonxhia Servtce Tbe txramdea
. Sossion Inr Nuraer. elinoei aarten
' Praoarv and junior Oeot
Churcb-Ume Murwrv far CBVldrai
, unoet .
ta juaior.Httfi teiNnralua
, ttsj met, teiw-p wut)
CAMBOA -.-'. 1 -. 1
1 Rev. Walker M. AMerta Mtaletar
Off lg-470 Rea.: tM -
t Jt a. Suhdat Bcfinot "
It 4t am. MornVng Worship. 1
Official BwMifiga and work -day ctl
lues aa announced
ni a.rlNMStas CtHSU-ti
j eta WiiHasB tt Aisaarg
Mat Sc. Paaoant City
tnjSI Startup ei aajrit PaTBl II
t a, Aima r I
' l ejaanina ni ant Ssraaa
; raiftiTt otsnnoHHui ttifaxh
Sr -nrne Sartnr aste Maf
It H'tnaev trtsani
III ta tvenna
St I (aar.ffnta M Swnoel
V-r. itu o am Pravas ISeettna.
' tjamtcliBt at rata awn tlh U Mm Canal lm: u4 tiM teratfuak
ftp f.l'0M: aaal CbIbk. ftpbc al aiaM, aittnel waKoaad
I al) fmiM H ajt4a aae) mmi ai td newel tBrvtfte. ejad to cmliaa
a4f hbar friaadt mm4 raMre.
Aa puk'-ir. service, rha Th Pabima Amaricaa list !;. 'ay
4eaominaneni. aatjcta a kauri wartBip anel otkai taejulat activittaa.
Kkrinet ara ratated tram time ta tiaaa. OvnamiMiiana aaviafl
aeiry ana ar twa caafretoliaat are) liitad uadat "Offcat Churches Aaal
Service special listma, ai inclaaae) Ui. sarvicae at Ara past.
Alt frrcr hatae and Naval ttatiaM.
Ml'iiartrs. chiitcB sacratanat and chaplains art asked ta tataraa
lha Maws aaik (a wriNat by Wda'nasday aoa at rk lata bb ..!
' chongai lar tha catninfl Saturday's church pat.' '
i . Rainoow uity
ifVi Kav. Samuel Walden. Mlniaft
Sunday Service ata and a. Is pen
riindav fcchnoi Mr all age at an p.
"Tsnr tavtlarlon Ta Warship
Tirtav nn. Pre- vwfir. 1
I i i.i I in I i. HI, l
CHKlSilAlv BClaMtk. CMbstCtlt
ilral Cburcli ot Cbrisk ScrenUrt. Anem
aou Aocott Bouievaro. -Sunday
11:00. Wednemlav lb pJ
iliinda Scbnoi 0J0 a.m -'-
trai LHarvn n chmt,.aciaaHai. CriatoBa
. lltb street Boltvai Uibat
Sunday 11:00 ajn. Wedneaday :M p.m.
- l-r uiDVC CHIIRCH Bjalboa
Sunday Maiwea: 7:00. g:00. 10.00 and
Buly Day Maaasa: aaa. a .uv. twa am
awtA R 'All n m
Confessions: aaturaay. :su w
and 4:00 to -8:00 p.m. Thursday, eatore
riat BViHttwt 7-Oft ia A:00 n.m.
Miraculous maoai novena.
Catechism class' attar the :D0,anaax
on Sunday 1
rllgn scnooi aiuoy wiub i-u v.
Cnriaii Uusa: 5:5i. 7:30 A 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day mamas: :S5 am and J :IH)
'rvinftainni! alurrlae 1 30'to "T00 ana
7:15 ta 8:00 p.m. inuraaay oeiore u
Friday 7;Uv p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotional 1:00 p
Catechism Clans: l:l to 4:44 pjn.
Thursday. '.: (' --'
OtB LADT OP rATIMA Cnrtmda
Sunday Mass at S:0O a.m..
Holy Day Mass at j30 p.m.
Conlasaionsi 6:00 te pm on Sat
catecnum biasai oiuiuj
J. -., 1 ...
' St. JOSEPH-l-Paralso
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and i:l t.m
Holy Day Mans at :0 pm .
... J .AA mm
Confessions: Saturday 8:30 to 4;30 and
m in r-.m
Catechism Clasai Sunday :00 to 4:00
.m. . .
Miraculous Meaai novanai imi p.m
innvari uisirucuonai uiuuj i.w
. . M I .Ul
ST. riNCENrS Panama City
Sunday Masses: (:00 and 1:30 a.m.
Halv Dsv Masses: S.30 and 1:00 p.m
(It It falls on Saturday the Masaoa art
ifto and :80 a.m I
rnlf.irn.. Suttirdsv 1:00 to 1:00 Ad
TWI IO a:w p.m. 'inuri7 vwim wf
rrlday 7-J0 p.nv .' ., 5 L to
&n t th Cross) Friday 7:00 P-m.
r...-v., fi. ftr aJO'eaaas an
Convert Claai :M P sa. Tuesday -and
: : ST, THEKFSA'S CoB
Sunday Mass: 8:30 am.
Holv Dav Mast: COO am. tit .It fall
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.!
Catecbixm nans: saw uv o
CpnieaMons: law 10 s:av a.m sunmj
f jhWt BAPTIST Ot LA SAI.LB
t Parqae Lefevre
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:341 t.m
Week Days Mass: :30 Mon., Thurt
ni. and Sat. Plrtt Prlday mass: :ao a m
Holy Day Masses: e:uu s.m u aw
Confession: I 3d te 430 and 0 M
HW p m, on Saturday
Mimcumus.aieoai n rrm
Catechism Class: a:sv pm. on
' B1 rHt BhHt B 1
Convert Claas:. Monday 7 -JO p.m
Sunday Mass: 7:00 is m
SJrlS'ri.r'dJv IS, t- tflO tun
Thursday before Pirst Prtday :10 p m.
Catechism tiaw; """
Sacred Heart N ovens- 7fl0.om
Cony en viasei
ATI. ANTIC RID,
ST JOSEPH'S t alon
Sunday Masses: 8:4. 6 and Cft Cm
Holv Day Masses: 4 end g-00 am
Confessions: Saturday t tjt ta 0 and
7:00 to 8:00 p m
Miraculous Medal Novent! Wedrteadat
g:15 and 7:00 p,m
Sacred Heart Novent; Friday t:! pm
nriaa rnmc Servlcea 7:00 p m.
Convert Class: 7:18 am on Mondat
and Thursdays w
Catechism Class: Sunday l:l a m ti
11:4 in,' 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p m.
First Frldav -Exposition otMost Bless
mi Sanament all day R cotillon at
an. Saturday snomint.
First Saturday oevouons w our
of Fatima-The Holy Rosary -S-OP a m
First communion inwuciio
dren Mondays and Tnnraoav ana v
' MIRACll.OtS tmiAL-tTrlsttbal
unday Mases: T 8 00 and 10 30 a m
tlol Dav Massoa- e ea a m and
ConfesHona: Saturday ta 00 and
r-00 UIM pm After Riwarv each eve
Miraculmw Medal Movent:
8 :1 ant
10 pm. or.' Monday
Catechism Clav After I laB oe
First FTtdav txposttloo alt day durtny
(he School Year.-
First Saturdays sssss ai aaa era
HOLf PAMILT CrTtRCTI ta MarcaHta
Sunday Masea: 7:30, t jo. II 3 tm
First Serurdsy Meas: ..... IMIiS
Weekday Maase-- .'gtajn
Saturday .. 7 Ot p m. M t-te p m
Miracoloua Med si Nnvena t.e o-i"
Pole Day Masses: 7 JO am 1 11 pre
Cnnfewion . I tt nvNo 4 4S a as
every Monday v
Parish Family Rosary and
Ben.gifttqn .. .. fan) pm
It V gtf V nKJrtfjf3V.
Discussion Inauiry Gratia I'M BJtV
1st. Fridsv Devotion ... 7 -Ot p aa
tat Vruraaf DevorJona-, 1 1 a a
tT VINCFrTS ftalassKl
Sunday Msssaes: 6 II
Hoty Dat ttaasaa: tat a ja
ConfeaaMne: aaa ta tat ant I -ee n
tea am Setitrday
Orertitam Close: tt tt m eei Suridsy
fopyert Cla every Monday at tat
MTBTutnus atedaii Isnvanai Ida) Bos
!TMAltLATS tVCITTIOSI nWa
Mi2.aay Maas: t '.l axa
mm Tu aay -
Aarea Maori Sasona 1 tt a sa se
Hoiv Day Mas- a:oo p.m.
Confassionsi V:g0 to 7:00 p m on Sat
Cli-nlm Os1 4'WI en nr Wnorlst
, UUI UDI Or GOOD COUNSEli
Sunday Masses: 7 .00 and 8:30 am.
Holy Day Massaai COO t.m and 1:0(1
Conftnsl'onl Saturday at 7:00 B in and
aner au evening devotions. .:
Baptisms oy appointment,
Miraculous Medal Novanai 7:00 n m
an 'Tuesday. r
Sacred Heart Novenai 1:00 pja an
b riaay . v
Sunday School! 3:30 pm. on Sunday.
Relllioos Instruction Class for fhll.
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Reliaioua Instruction for iilulta ir.
ducted in Spanish It 7:00 ojn on Mon.
cnnvarr instructions nv aoDMnrmtnt
The RL Rev. K, Hebet Gaadoa. I.I.O.
Tha Very Rev. Malnert J. Peterson,
' S.TJI. Deaa
-. ANION, tJt
TH. CATHEDRAL OP ST. LtKl
i:30 am Holy Communion.
4 '30 am Santa Communion 4th Sun
t:30 a.m. Church School.
t:4S m Escuela Dominical.
11.00 am. V-ornlng Prayer and Sermon
' f.oiy Communion. (Firat Sun Sun-,
, Sun-, day).
f.-OO pm, Ivenlng Prayet and Sermon
8.30 am. Holy Communion.
1:00 an Evening Prayer.
4:00 a J Holy Communion.
30 am Holy Communion.
:15 a. Mornlna Prstei
17:00 Mu-da Missionary Prayert,
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest in Charaa
Holy Communion j..,. 7:30 a.m.
Family Prayer .and
Church School". 9:30. a.m.
(Also Holy Communion iiidj.
Sunday each month)
Morning Prayer tt Sermon 11.00 a.m.
(Also Holy Communion 1st.
Sunday each month)
Holy Communion 1:00 a.m
Chapel el The Good Shepherd
The Rev. Clarence TV. Hayea,
Priest in Charaa
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.Q first Friday each Month).
' WAMBOA- ',,,.'-. ji-
The Set. abo, Upm, Priest, lri Chargt
Choral Eucharist and Ser- -
mon IwpO a m
Church School ........... ISO pan
Episcopal Young Churchmen 1:00 p.m.
Evensone and Sermon ..... 7:00 p.m
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion r, ,. 1:00 tm
Evening Prayer 7:00 p m
woman Auxiliary, zna ana
4th Thursdays .1
7:30 p. m
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
-M a m
Evening Prayer ..
Office of Compline
8:30 a m
St. Peter't Church
The Rev. Jeha Spear. Prieat In Charge
SUNDAYS ' '
Morning Prayer ana cnurcn
rk Al B'nhaiiUt and Ser
Holy Baptism : ""J"
Evensont and Address .... 7:30 pm
3rd MONDAYS M
Womsn-s Auxiliary ...... 1: "m
THURSOAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion w "'
' PALO SEC!
'Chapel the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B; Shirley, Priest m Charge
I SO a m. Holy Communlort.
Church of St. Margaret
F.nav and Brs?ns Blvd
The Rev. lease K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS'. "I r ;
7:30 t.m. Holy 'Communion
45 t.m. Church School
1 1 OA s m Mnrninff Prsver
Last Sunday each Month. Holy Com-
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
8:30 m. Holy pommunion.
. Chapel at Our Savhrar
8:30 a.m. Holy. Communion.
The PARMS-The Rev.- llai Wentt,
Priest Ja Chare
The Rev. Davie- A. Osborne,
8 Ot t.iB Chorkl Wicharisl
:30 m Infant Baptism.
I at u Churrh School
he-d tr- Bollrline. 131
I am. Vaf' Fellowship
tat in tvronwe shd Addreat
: IJS9 9 n woman a nuxiuin-y wmtm w
u- Cilld Meetlht
. St Paol's Chareh
I nv wrm imgci n emu.,
' Tbt R '' AtWeOJ DOBfaa.
iuNC.rw .. . . . f
I ) In Holy Commanteti
a An a a. (Bllfia fuehanial A, Btl'lJlOn
it s t -u Btnmrne Praver and Cburef
II at More gUotlsm -7-flt
t .tr Sotetnri Vtsuera .-
TVEftnAVp - v
I M in Holy Lacs amnion
;. Ploiy CarnmuhtflBj
1 t p.n,. Eventna Prser
rhItS4AY AND FRIDAYS
INiis Holv Cnmmunteet
ttt a oi Hot' Ccenmtmkaa.
, .. .: ,.:
: CHRIST CHl'tlCH' SY'TttE-SEA
Opposite Hot Wsshrngiont -7e
Rev. Jsmes Peter Fanaar, neta
The Rev. trenry A.. Slake. Aasteaat
' t SUNDAYS .
gee are-Holy ConumnHeru
8 t a m. Morning Praver.
Itiin Choral tuctuirtat and Strniov
IS St t m. Churrh School
IX sm ymrmrf gvsi-aeig ana acr
. ann 'tv...
WEDNESDAYS t .
11 1 m. Ho'y Comrtunjon
lit IB. I'.emr.g Prayer and
'8 30 p.m. Adult Confirmation Class
1 00 p.m. Evening Prayer and Medlte-
tOO sm, Children's Eucharist.
10 00 am Junior Confiimatlon Clasa.
7:30 pm. Compline and Meditation. J
1 RAINBOW CITY
- Chuai' of St. Mary the Virgin
vThe Rev. John A. Spalding,
Priest In Charge
SUNDntb .I ..
Sune. Luchurlst ........... I M a m
Chur:fi hchool 1....... 9:tt am
bveiisuir and Sermon -tk.. lid did
1:00 e m
. RIO ABA JO
:i St. Chrlstopher't Charch
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
-:: The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
(:. f Priest In Charge
The Rev. Clarence At CragwelU
Assistant v. ...
6:00 ajn. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Sune Eucliarlst and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Morning Prayer: and Church
. i School. f 1
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
7:30 pjn. 1st and krd. Woman's Aunt
t:3H p.m. junior waugmera or uie
1:30 o m. Youth Fellowship.
WEDNESpAYS : .
1,1 am. i,n v t.nn,muiiiuu.
7:00 p m. Evening Prayer and Religious
6:00 p.m. Girls' Friendly society.
8:00 D.m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
30 a m Junior comirmation class,
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENt
Mintitert Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box a8. Ancon. C.Z. Balboa W3
Sunday School .. r. ......
Youth Service ....... .....
Prayer Meeting. Wed,
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P., 33rd Street East
Rev. 8. N. Brown. Minister
Divine worship ...........
Sunday School ............ 3.00 pm
Sunday Masses 1. 7:45 11:45
eiii. iiiajv. JV Sunday acuuot at
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Witt Memorial
H0 BslUa Road, Balboa.
rmiRril OF JESUS CHRIST
tr AT'i'i.R.nAV SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meelingt In the LDS Chapel
on Balboa Koad.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Sacrament Meeting. 6:00 p.m
Primary; Monday ......... 3 :30 p.m
Relief Society; Tuesday... (:30 am.
MIA; Wednesday 7:30 p.m
.Telephone Balboa 4227.
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road Gatun.
. Sunday School, Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament meeting Sunday 11:00 a.m.
v Priesthood meeting Wed... 6:30 p.m.
Primary, Wednesday 8:30 p.m.
Relief Society, as announced.
Telephone, Gatun 314 OS Criatdbal 2897.
CUBUNDO PROTEST AWt" irHURCH.
, vVsrm Hearted Churei., ;
Milton K. Leidlg, Minister
Phone Rea. 83-7118 Of. 83-5105
. Sunday School 8:30 a.m
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 110 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey la provided tot your
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Arrhantel
'13th St Weal No 1
Holy Eucharist. Sunday at C30 a.m
Tuasdava. Wednesdays and Thursday
:80 a m
Sacrament ot UncOon (Healing ser
vice) First Sunday of each month a
Meant Ha It bet Ckrttrtat, Chnrek
Panama R P
Ml Met T ia-ne U O SMton
Moriilua devutlr a Cut IB
-ellow-hlr 'Vorshm at H'a e m
jundav Scnooi at I ott o n
Jivlnf Service 13d djb
, BAH A'I CENTER
. BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
Urbanlzacion El Carmen, Pansm City
informal Talks ana oiseussiona
rhursdav .. t oo pat
Isles, ttk A Front Streets
(ud taira American Basaarl
Study Classes Thursdays. I M ta
BETHKL MISSION CHURCH
Espalabt St., Paraiso, CZ
ReV Wa Idaho H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday i 110 a.m Worship Berviea
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service
Wednesday: 1:30 Mid-week Christian
TnursdBv: a:on cnoir nenearaai.
Friday I 7 30 Women's Missionary So
ciety,,- !, i
THE CHURCH OP GOO
7638 eighth Street Col
Rev. (1. w; Grandtsoa. Pastot
Sunday Schol t:30 In
Morning Worship 10:90 a m
Night Service 7'Jt pjn
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Cat. Jamaica and Trinidad Bit,
Raiabow City. Canal Eone
Bov. G. W. Graadiaa. Paatot
Morning Worship "O0 a.m
(Sunday School 18 SO am
nigns aarvica tv pw
' THE CHURCH OP GOD
, New Providence .,
"' Mrs Meade Blnea, Pattat
Sunday School 10-Ot d Jn
Morning Worship) ............ UMlja.
Night Service ........ ,.... 7 Jt pm
THB CHURCH Ot OOP '!,.
Car. "N" and Mariana Arose wcbb Sta
Rev. Wsa, I. Jehnsao. Peatar
Sunday School CM t.m
Morning. Wanfait) l
THI CHURCH OP GOD Rta Afeate
' Moate Oarera Rd. lttfc St
Rev. traa. J. Jskassn. Paaeat
Sunday,, Scbea 9 90 t-t
Morning Worship M M t m.
NiffM SHtrvtce sa.
CHURCH OF GOD tPtamaslatt
. Rev B E Watson. Overseer
Phone 6-428. Box 253. Gam hot
Churctvet tt Paraiso. CI iRev end;
Mr Herman O Whyte. Coloci. R P(
l Pry 'Fernanda Lorencel. Ria Abajo
iSev and Mm Charles Hayneai. and
Catlv i Rev and Mrs Clrtmrd Greevasi i
Sunday and arrkOaT aorvieea at ail
ehurcfiaa , .
' COvtMtiNITY CbTI-'RCH j
Dtabta Hetgkts. CX
iFM Oeaojati . .;. I
Rev rH s Tli it. ftatster
Bat r. iaiata. CX
Pkaaw Ml 7
Snertal IVi-ineers BiOaV. Diablo feleyrts
SirrxiSV "eftont ........... lis
Worshia Sorvica .......... 10 45 am
Youth Service 10 am
Tvany'liuic SeivV'l t'Jtam
Wed B bie Study A Prayer I Jt a as
Hil and Uases
PACIflt KiDk, V
FORT AMADOR 'Vl'i.
Sunday, School ....... 9:00
Morning Worship to 00
Cnurch-Time Nursery School... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON '.
Sunday School (Building No.
- 126) 1 9:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meet-;
; Meet-; lng and Bible Class ...(.V,,.. 6:30'
Daily' Mass B15
Saturday Mass 8 :00
Sunday school 9:00 am.
Sunday Morning Worship '. 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Masses 8:00 & 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
Conlessions-Saturday .... 6:00 dt 7.0
ounuay raiuuy nuur a:dv p.m.
ALfiROOK AIR FORCE BASE
' Sunday School ............... ... 9:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)... 9:30
Mdrning Worship.., 4... 8:30 ts 10:45
Youth Fellowship v....... 6:30
US. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
. Morning .Worship. .............. 11:00
1 Holy Communion First Sunday -V
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Morning Worship 9:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
Daily f Mass
Sunday Masses ., ...8:30 A
Confessions, Saturday ...6:30 A
Sunday ...1. 8:30 A
Sunday Masses 7:45 A
Confessions, Saturday ...7:30 A
Sunday Masse 7:00 A
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Confessions, Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday Masses 7:45 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
FORT KOBBB '
ALfiROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.
Xouth Fellowship. Sunday ....
u.s. naval station, coeo sola
Sunday School 1 .............. ..' 1:30
Daily Maea ..a.,..;... ,i .' (JO
Morning Worship 11:00
noiy communion tint cHmday
. as Month) k s
Sunday Mass :So
Confessions. Sunday 6:45
FORT GULJCK '
Dally Mass (
Confessions. Saturday .. 6 00 A
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
uany Mass .
Advent i it
Weekly Services ID ail Church aa as
Sabbath School 9:30 t.m
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
"Youth's Meetint 4 30 "p.m
Wednesday Bible Study and Praver
Service 1 30 m.
Pacific Side Panam o Balboa District
Pastor W. H Wallar-Tel. 28:3 3506
Cabo Verde. Ave. J F de la Ossa No
Chorrlllo 25th No. 17'
Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St between 3rd
and 4th Sts
Rio Abajo 11th St. No.. 17
Balboa Chanel 0844 Gavilan Rd Sal-
jboa (aaturday only
sln,"h chnrrbes PanaauJ and
Cnataooia uisirici .-...
Pastor Rub4n Ruil
Panami, Calle DarlM No. I
CristObel. 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Gambne A Frllolea
District Pastor A. A. Grtsxle
Tel. No.. 6-102
Gamboa Praltt Parkway Frljolea.
Atlantic Side teloa ana
Pastor Neblett Tel S8 826
Colon 3rd St. A Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavilan Road TeL S-
jewtn welfare Hoard Bid" 792-X La
Boca Oos'i .Balboa. CI BsbM Nathan
Servie Friday 1 M avm Saturnay
5 J pm
(See fy itstlnga at Jewttn
Baaee and Stat .an
Corie7non Kol Sheas Ifn ssraet Ate-
fltda C-ibs sod 86th Street, Bella VIMa
psname citv berviea i w r as
BFFIMniER LUTHER yj CtfURCM
Batoeo Rood at tisM Street
Rev Robert P. Gaastek. Pasta
P O. Box Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible eiaaa ttt Ana.
Divine-Service 1C1S am. I
-Ovine Service If Mireartti (Irt St
Margaret's toiseepal Cburcht Sunday
Sunday, February 3
f eV .
COL. FRANK D. MILLER, Commander of the 20th Infantry's "Sykes Regulars,", fjres a flame flamethrower
thrower flamethrower to open a cycle of training at thej Curundu flamethrower trilning" range. It's not
quite as easy as throwing out the first pitch at a baseball opener, but here Mlllershows the
boys how it's done. looking on Is Xt Col. J G. Appel, U6ARCARIB Chemical Officer.
, r (U.S. Army Fhoto)
The men of the 20th Infantry
Regiment are again being school
ed this year in specialized skius
of chemical warfare by a series
of training cycles conducted by
the Panama Area Damage Con Control
trol Control School.
Held at the Curundu Training
Area Range, the current cycles,
conducted on the operation and
employment of the portable flame
thrower, are of three days dura duration,
tion, duration, extending throughout the
month of January.
During these three days of
classes, the eight men of each
quota learn the operation and tac tactical
tical tactical function of' the flame throw thrower
er thrower as well as the mechanics and
employment of other flame weap weapons
ons weapons such as chemical mines and
They master the proper use of
both' regular and thickened fuels,
either of which may be used iii
flame throwers, mines or. booby
traps, and the use of napalm.
1 Assisting the indoctrination and
training of infantry soldiers has
been a responsibility of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Area Damage Control School
for the past two years. The school,
now under the command of Capt.
S. H. Smith, has scheduled six
three-day training cycles this
year in the use of the portable
flame thrower and will nrogress
to other phases of chemical bio biological
logical biological and radiological, warfare
later during the. eart '.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 (UP) Public Health Service moni-
The Atomic Energy Commis- tors also will be located tn a a-slon
slon a-slon announced yesterday triat bbut. 40 cities scattered through
a series of "low-yield" atomic
tests will be held in Nevada late
this spring, presumably involv involving
ing involving nuclear anti-aircraft mis missiles.
siles. missiles. The commission said a major
objective of the tests, sixth to
be held at the Frenchman's flat
proving ground, will be the "de "development
velopment "development of weapons for de
fense against attack." The tests
wiH be known as "Operation
Apparently mindful of some
fears abort radiation effects,
the rommislon also announc announced
ed announced that "an extensive radia radiation
tion radiation monitoring network will
again be used during; th se series."
ries." series." It also noted that "hirh
yield" weapons never are test tested
ed tested In Nevada.
Since 1951, the United States
ha, fired 45 atomic "snots" in
Nevada, in all. this country has
staoed ar least 75 atomic expio-1
sions includin- those d u r i n r
World War II and the pacific
H-bomb blasts of 1952, 1954 and
The tTr'ted States has an
nounced 17 Povlet atomlc-hvdro-een
tests. It has been estimat estimated,
ed, estimated, however, thst Russia mav
ipctually have fired some 40
shots. Britain has stagei nin
atomic -xnlosions and will test
its first H-bomb t Christmas Is Island,
land, Island, south of Hawaii, hetween
March 1 and Aue. 1. 1957.
The A EC said the Defense De Department
partment Department nd the Civil Defence
Administration will participate
In the new VS. tests. It alrl
studies of "weapons effect." w"l
be conducted to irnnrove U. S.
defenses against atomic attack..
Twelve radiation monitoring
earns provided by the U.S. Pub Public
lic Public Health Serrlc- will be sta
tioned in ornmuniueg near
Frenchmen's Flat to test radio radioactive
active radioactive fallout.
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A FLAMETHROWER Is a thirsty monster v Hers Sgt. Robert 1
Sobers of the U8ARCARIB Chemical Section-- Sgt. Alberto -Brown
of the 20th Infantry's "K" Company, and PFC Billy
Travis, lso of the USARCARIB Chemical Section, fill the tanks -of
one of the throwers. Picture was taken st the- Curundu
flame-thrower training area as selected menifrom-the 20th
Infantry Regiment began a course In the use of the deadly
. ... weapon. U.S,
the nation, lust as they were
during the H-bomb tests at Efli Efli-wetok
wetok Efli-wetok last spring. The commis commission
sion commission will have monitors at 12
The comissibn said the ex exact
act exact date for start ng the test
series will be announced later.
Newsmen will be permitted
"limited 'oji-site reportare", of
some of the explosions just as
they were during; tbe last Ne-
vada tests In 1955. '
The announcement that a
"major objective" of the new.
series would deal with "weap
ons for defense aealnst attack."
led to the belief that various a
tomic war-heads for anti-air-! est atomic shell yet from, ths
craft missiles would be tested. Army's new 175 MM gun which.
In his recent budget message was unveiled publicly at 'ths 'ths-to
to 'ths-to Congress, president Elsen- Aberdeen, Md.( Proving Groijndj
hower said that emphasis in the last fall.
THE SAVINGS' BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the, State;
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEP0SITV$5:TO ;
Ws maks loans w'rth guarantees on first. rnortgajesj
'i or other securitist: y
25c. -50c. -$1.00 and S5.C 3
CHRISTMAS SAViriGS ;
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
1S9 Central Ave. st
csrner'sf -I" Street
0. A. De ROUX,
Fram :tl cm. ta 124 tm.
SATTRDAIS: frant I M ajn. te 1J:9 v m.
OB A W,-W
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new fiscal year; would be J on :
tactical atomic weapons and
those with reduced fallout,; He'
also said modern.; weapons are)
g6ing to the armed force as
they are proved la tests. j i j.
It is possible tiat the oie w;
tests may see the dropping bf a!
small tactical A-bomb by hlsh;
speed low-level flghter-bambep,
planes. This never has beerij
done, at least as far ag official,
announcements are concerrled. I
The low-level technique n1a;ht;
involve so-called "toss homfcjnpr
In- which a plane releases th
bomb so that it will go'foraid'
some distance while the pjane
zooms straight aneaa to safety,
The Atomic Energy Comjr.ls-'
sion and the Armed Forces also
! may be ready to,test the small-:
COLON BRANCH: ;
Trent St at eorner
. f 7th st. ;
CARLOS M0UYNES VM
' lWk)rrmrn Ill
Won Lost Pet. GB
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Chesterfield (Davie 3-3) vs Carta Vieja
Game Time: 10 a.m.
n LAST, NIGHT'S RESULTS (2) At Panama
, ; : -: .; Chesterfield 3-5, Carta Vieja 1-2.
p showing tit Your Service Center Theatres Today!
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41 Grace Kelly
;1IIGH SOCIETY" Color!
"tolorf - s
V, J5un. "The Harder They Fall"
"Blackjack Ketchum, Desperado" -Sun.
"MAN IN THE GRAY
ll.vCominr Sqont "LOVE ME TENDER"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:05
''vi4 THE STREETS"
Sunday "Hilda Crane"
J. C. 13-3
'Sunday" "'High Society"
"THE LITTLEST OUTLAW"
Sun. "Miracle in The Rain"
it Coining Soon! "LOVE ME TENDER"
ri A I ft A Air-Conditioned
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ALSO t-HOWINQ SUNDAY AND MONDAY!
It JrAKAloU :iS -7:35
"Blackjack Ketchum, Datptrado"
LOVE ME TENDER"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:30
"LAY THAT RIFLE DOWN"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:15 "HELL ON FRISCO BAY"
The eleven-man Junior Col
lege baseball team last night
dropped a 13-3 decision to Cris
tobal High School for their
fourth straight one-sided loss in
a nightmarish week of play.
The CHS Tigers wrapped up
the contest with a seven-run ral
ly in the third inn'ng that was
the result of live singles, iwo
bases on balls,-a grand-s 1 a m
homer by Keith Kulig and two
The Green Delnis pushed over
two runs' in their half of the
third on singles by Diego and
Charles plus a CHS error.
Cristobal added four rung In
the sixth-on a wajk, two errors
and a pair of singles.
The winn'hg pitcherr was Ray
Croft who hurled a five-hitter.
Loser -Raul Swalm gave up
nine hits, five of them consecutively.
Greenfield's 3-Hifter Gives
Albrook PAAF 1st Place
Dayton, Louisville Replay
1956 National Invitation
Championship Game Tonight
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (UP)
I T.asilo Tabori. Hungary's selfe-x-
I iled distance runner, plans to
leave here today for Fhiladelpnia
where he will compete in the Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia Inqcirer Track meet Fri Friday
day Friday night. Tabori also is entered
in the Washington Star Games at
Washington Saturday night.
NEW YORK, Jan. 26 (UP);
Dayton and Louisvuie repiay
their 1956 National invitation
Tournament championship game
again tonight at Louis vine, jcy.,
fnnr tit t)nm. nations ioa iv
teanw return to action following
tnelr mid-season breat ior exam
Sixth-ranked Louisville 101
intupH nn it. tj T T. triumoh over
Dayton by turnlnp; back the Fly Flyer.
er. Flyer. 1-S3. In overtime In the
final -round of the Blue Grass
Tournament during the holiday
Coach Tom Blackburn's Daytoni
crew has been looking aneaa to
this return meeting, although
once again the odds are stacked
Grass final, Dayton stopned
against the Flyers, in the Blue
Louisville's big Charlie Tyra but
choked ud in tne overtime ses session,
sion, session, scoring only two points in
TRENTON,' N. J. (UP) George
Case, former major league speed
king, was tagged with three speed
mg violations Thursday by state
Motor Vehicle Director "Frederick
J. Gassert Jr.. who revoked Case s
driver's license. The ex Washing
ton Senators outfielder is head
baseball eoach at Rutgers Univer
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Line Linemen
men Linemen Abe Gibron and Ken Huxhold
have signed their 1957 contracts
with the Philadelphia Eagles. Gib-
. . -wi i ax. l a.
ton joined tne uagies laie msi
season after a seven year tenure
with the Cleveland Browns, while
Huxhold has jplayed three seasons
with the Eagles. . .
Tomorrow & Monday
THE WONDER SHOW
OF m WORM O
6INA -5L x
COLOR by Dp LuxeJ
MMiiUfl KMYJURADO THOMAS GOMEZ
Bra jORN POLIO MI0R WATSOU
' DAi orrn
4 by JAMES. HILL
a tzw nmxaont mc rWur
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MTO NIGHT SHOW!
EDWARD G. ROBINSON in
i BLACK TUESDAY
Third-ranked Kentucky re resumes
sumes resumes its Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference campaign by playing
at Nashville. A rictory for the
Wildcats will move them Into
a tie with Idle Tulane (4-1)
for the S.E.C. lead.
Eighth-ranked Illinois plays
Notre Dame at the Chicago Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, while lOth-ranked Ohio
Slate risked its unbeaten Big
Ten record against Northwestern
in a widely-televised afternoon
Georgia Tech visits Tennessee.
Alabama hosts Florida. d
Georgia is at Auburn in other
Kv.r. pumps. The only other
Big Ten contest finds Michigan
state at Minnesota, while West
Virginia (5-0) plays rurman (5-
2X in a Southern conference
game at Charlotte, N.C.
Top-ranked North ; Carolina
ana second-ranked Kansas still
are book-cramming for .exams,
duo mere are several otner maj
or games on the schedule, In
eluding Duquesne-st. Bonaven-
ture, Wayne-Canisius. Oklahoma
a ei M.-Loyoia. Lasalle-Penn.
Texas ChrlstianBaylor, Western
Kentucky-Depaul, St. Joseph's
ir.j-i,aiayette. misa-st. Louin.
and, Villanova-seton Hall.
:.5:7. i - vJ V
' Most of last night's major
action was concentrated in the
far west, Brfgham Young re retained
tained retained Its hold on first place
in the Skyline Conference by
dumping Utah state, 93-76,
h'le California remained un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten in the Pacific Coast
Conference by outlasting Stan Stanford,
ford, Stanford, 67-64, in overtime:
1 California was trailinir Stan
ford, 61-59, when Larrv Friend
of the Bears dropped In a last
second field goal to send the
game into overtime. Tn the ev-
tra session, the Indians onened
64-61 advantaee. but Cal's
Earl Robinson i and .Toe Kann
potted field goals and Mike Dia
aactea two free throws to clinch
Elsewhere. Dartmouth romned
to a 72-48 victory over Boston
University. Oklahoma's c 1 1, v
touring Chieftains edge Utnh.l
69-68, on two late baskets bvi
Larry Bradshaw: Washington
ripped Oregon State, 64-53: and Angle Varela got credit for the
Washington State downed Ore- win, and Neu Wheeler was cnarg-
gon, 87-81. ed with the loss
A fine three hit pitching per
formance- by Albrook righthander
Dick Greenfield enabled thei Al Albrook
brook Albrook Flyers to earn. a tie for first
place in the PAAF baseball
league last W e d n e s"d a y night
Greenfield and the Flyers heat the
Clayton Cavaliers 3-2 at Jarman
Trailing 2-0 going Into the top
half of the fourth, the ; Flyers
broke loose for three runs send
ing pitcher Bob Veritch to the
showers. A homerun by nghtfield
er Art Daniels started the rally.
The next Flyer hitter, Mario La
Maestra. reached first on an er
ror. Joe Biddy bit a triple to left
center driving -in the tying run and
scored on teammate George Bell's
sharp single through the middle.
Clayton scored their two runs
in the bottom of tne second.- A
walk to. Walt Sauerbrun,-a single
wild pitch and a single by Ver
itch brought their ruas in.
Bill Carr relieved Veritch
the fourth stanza and allowed one
hit and no runs.
Says Manager. Made HW
'WbrkLike Devil' All Weels
; By J. J. HARRISON JR. J;
Humberto' Robinson, the slim, sidearming right righthander
hander righthander who pitched the Chesterfield Smokers to two
victories over the Carta Vieja Yankees last night,
today gave most of the credit for his performance
to manager Andy Cohen who, Robinson said, work
ed him out "like the devir all week, I
The Smokers, who took a game and one-haif
lead over the Cerveza Balboa Beermen and pushed
the Yankees further down into the cellar, three
games behind, play the Rummies again at Colon Stai
dium tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, r-
Scoring in every inning but the
third and ninth, .Fort Kobbe de
feated Army Atlantic 16-8 Wednes
day afternoon at Fort Davis
Kobbe grabbed a. 9-1 lead in the
first five innings and then coast coasted
ed coasted on in scoring seven more runs
and allowing the Bushmasters
tally seven times.
i Ernie Lennon with three singles
in six times at bat boosted his
batting average up to around the
.400 mark. Other hitting stars for
Kobbe Included, Bill Dudley with
a triple and two singles in five
trips to the plate, Cal Edgehill
three for five, and Dutch, Walden
with a home run.
Arnjy Atlantic's leading batters
were Lotto JSrazo witn two tour
four: Jim Daley with two for five
and Joe Tucker with a single and
a double in four times at bat
ChMterfleld AB It
Napoleon, If 3 0
Bernard, ss 4 0
Parris, 3b 4 1
Prescott, rf 3 1
Austin, 2h 4 0
F. Osorio, lb 4 1
Grote, cf 2 0
Cobos, c 3 0
Robinson, p ...... .3 0
BHS Trounces JC 18-9
In Twilight Loop Game
Jacobs, 2b ..
Kropf, rf ...
.30 3 8 24 8
PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Lucky Strike 2
Balboa High 1
Junior College .,, 0
Totals 21 1 5 24 15
Score by innings
Chest. 000 100 02 3 8 1
C. Vie! a 000 010 001 8 3
Errors: Phillips. Wllhelm.
atBI's: Austin. Bartlrome, Par
ris. E. Osorio. Earned mm:
Chesterfield 2, Carta Vieja 1.
Two base hits: Leftrldge, Aus Austin,
tin, Austin, Bartlrome. Home runs: par parris,
ris, parris, Ei Osorio. Stolen bases: Na Napoleon,
poleon, Napoleon, Grote. Sacrifice hits:
Kanoleon. Bartlrome. Wllhelm.
Struck out by: Romberger ,4,
Robinson 3. Left on base: Ches
terfield 7, Carta .vieja 7., win winning
ning winning pitcher: Robinson C4-3).
Losing pitcher: Romberger u u-3).
3). u-3). Umpires: Thornton, William
son, Moore. Time of game: 3:17.
Chesterfield AB It HrO A
Napoleon, If 3
Bernard, ss 3
Parris. 3b ........4
Prescott, rf S
Austin, 2b 5
E. Osorio, lb
Grote, cf ....4
Cobos, c ...4
Flanlgan, p ......2
Robinson, p 0
Totals ..36 w 5. 39 13
Heron struck out for Flanigan
Thursday Night's Results
Balboa High 18, J. College
.Monday 7:00 p.m.
Balboa High walloped their
cross campus rivals, Junior Col
lege, Thursday night 18 to 9 at
The winners scored six runs
In the first and eight runs in
the second on only five basehits
as the Collegians played ragged
Dau aiieia. Frank smitn started
on the mound for Jr. College
with Joe Cicero taking over In
tne first and Ed Napoleon re
llevlne Cicero in the second in
ning. Catch Stu Brown had the
misfortune of having all his
first line hurlers, swalm. Ray
bourne and Charles on the ail ailing
ing ailing list the past week and his
club scheduled for games four
nights in a row.
Moe Schoch 'nitched eood ball
for High school, holding -the
Collegians In check aa he coast
ed on a hie- lead. Henoch o-av un
only five hits, walked five and
was charged with all College's
runs. Lefty Bob Hamilton took
over In the sixth for Balboa High
and retired five Collegians on
strikes in the last two Innings.
Four of his victims were set
down in succession with Hamll-
Kropf, jf ...
Kern, ,cf ...
Grba, n ..;
- i i" n m j -mm am man
CAP! WLIO T I V O L I
S5c tie. I 35c
THE PP. Oil) 'AND
V ; THE PROFANE
TH COURT -r.TLR
SPIN A DARK
A sensational double features
with the amazln Kirk Doug-:
glas, 8ilvana Manga no In
with Rossana Podesta in
- Also:'- :
MAN IJi THE VAULT
PRICE OF FEAR
with Merle Obeton
, Also: --SEMINOLE
- with-Rock Hudson
The Green Archer
THE THIEF OP.
.' Also: --
Tumlnelll struck out for Grba
Chestft 100 001 00 35 9 1
C Vieja- 000 200 000 02 7 .1
Errors: Austin, Jacobs. RBI's:
n PrescoU. Earned runs: -Carta
Vieja 2, Chesterfield 3. two base
hits: Kern, Parris (2), Owrlo,:
Cobos, .prescott. Doubleplays:
Phillips, Jacobs; Bernard, Aus Austin,
tin, Austin, Osorio. Stolen base: 1 wll wllhelm.
helm. wllhelm. -Sacrifice hits: Bernard.
Wild pitch: Grba. struck out
by: Michalec 1. Flanlgan 5. Grba
7. Robinson 1. Base on balls off:
Michalec 1, Flanlgan 1. Grba 4.
Left on base: cnestemeia 7,
Carta Vieja 6. Pitchers' record:
Michalec 2 runs, 4 nits in 3 in
nings (pitched to 3 batters in
4uw; Fianigan 0 runs, 2 nus in
5 innings.- Winnlns; pitcher: Ro
binson (5-3). Losing pitcher:
Grba (3-5). Umpires: Hinds,
Roberts. Thornton. Attendance:
ton killing a scoring rally with
three straight strikeouts in the
sixth and leading: off the sev
enth sending the batter down
George Trimble led the High
School at the plate with three
ror iour, with on enis blows a
triple to the fence in deep left
field. Trimble tried to go all the
way for an lnside-the-park
home run but a fast relay from
the outfield nipped him on a
close play at home. Gil Smith,
with two for four, was the only
Collegian to get more than one
Monday night the Twlloop
swings into the second week of
play and it may be possible that
a fourth team will be added to
the league. Charlie Brown is
rounding up a group of ball
players and the team will be
sponsored by the American Le Legion.
gion. Legion. Final plans for the entry
of the new team haven't been
completed as yet but the new
team may take the field Monday
Junior College AB
Cicejo, c,f p 2
G. Smithv If, cf ....4
Charles, 3b 3
De Diego. 3b .......2
Raybourne, 2b 3
Washburn, rf 4
Wood, lb 1
fFogeL lb 1
F. Smith, n 1
Swalm, p 2
Napoleon, p 2
Cotton, ss 3
Nahmad, e 4
French, cf, 3b
Kyter. n .....
Barbler, rf ...
McOrlff 2b,- c
Winlosky, ss ..
Trimble, If ...
Robinson, who had been dis
appointing in his most recent
starting assignments, was in
great form last nleht a he
hurled 'a five-hitter to con the
first game of the doubleheader
3 to l, and then came back in
relief In the second contest-to
pitch two scoreless innings end
gain crean ior the 6-to-2 vic victory,
tory, victory, j
The 26-year-old right band bander,
er, bander, who never weighs over 15
pounds, had been ordered by
Cohen not to miss any of the
team's practices at the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Stadium srnce Sunday
when he blew an early 4-to.a
lead in the game that the
1 Smokers lost 7 to 6 in 14 in
nings to the Yankees in Da David.
In the past. Robby. who lives
in Colon, had been excused on
occasion from workouts at the
Panama Stadium, with Instruc
tions from his manager to do a
hit of running and loosening up
at Colon stadium.
But according to Cohen. Ro
binson, who is known as a fun-
loving type of fellow, "probably
stayed up late at nights and
took it easy during the day
time' so he decided to change
his ace's training program.
Kooinson aid some hard run
ning under the morning sun at
the stadium Thursday, and his
manager' got "quite a scare"
when the hurler stepped in a
hole in the outfield and suffer-
ed a painful twist of the left
The injury was not serious now
eter. but the instep was taped
us and : hurting- last night
through both games. Robby said
It pained very- much when- he
tried to run. :
Cohen,, who had been worried
about the condition 01, Rooin
son's instep, gave the pitcher the
option of putting on street
clothes after the licuifter or go
ing to the dugout In uniform
ror tne nigntcap.
Robinson assured the man manager
ager manager he "felt great," to which
Cohen replied, "I'm glad you'll
be out there. I may need you
to get ont even one man."
Actually, Robby retired more
than one man, six, to be ex exact.'
act.' exact.' v
in the first game the Smok
ers took a l-to-0 lead in the
fourth on base on balls to
Bobby Prescott and Frank Aus Austin's
tin's Austin's two-bagger.
The score was tied one-all In
the fifth when Tony Bartlrome's
sacrifice fly brought home Bill
Kern from third. .-
At the end of the scheduled
deadlocked rand Clyde panels,
who led off la the eighth, took
the first pitch from Dutch Rom
kiavwAi. t. II .1.. 1 1 1 .. 1
"-5". ui, men, ini inenexi
offering over the fence to right,
field to break the tie. 1
Prescott poppedto second and
Austin 8t.liiPlr rinf n,.f TKlln. rv .
sorio hit the first pitch for' a
rounatnpper mat bounced high
off the concrete wall in right
center. . . ,
Right fielder Johnnv Tfrnnf
stood transfixed, with his head
held down.' as the ball sailed
far above him. Hal Grote,. who
looked even more terrible afield
than usual last nieht. honned to
second for the final Smoker out.
KObinson then retired the side
to finish the came after eivlnz :
up a double to Bartlrome and a
base on balls, to Billy Shantz.
Robinson won his fourth trame ;
against three defeats nd Rom-
berger dropped his third dec!-.'
sion to make his record even:?
In the nightcap, the smokers
took the lead 1 to 0 in the initial
frame on a walk to Kddie -Nans- -r
leon and singles by parris and v
Carta Vieja went ahead 2 to
in the fourth on walk -to
Spider Wllhelm. who stole see.
ond, singles by Eddfe Phillips
and Dave Jacobs and a double
by Bill Kern. All the runs were -charged
to starter Jim Michalec
who gave way to Tom Flanlgan';
In the fourth with two on and'
none out. ,-.
seven frames, the game was still slate.
1 The Smokers tied 1 1t 19 In Z
the sixth on Panik' double,'
preseott's Infield ont and Oatv-
Ho's two-bagger, and Flanigaw, 'Z
whogave p only twe hits In : i
masterful relief Job, was
lifted for a pfnehhitter in the
Robinson, who had been warm- -
ing up in the bullpen from the
eighth frame, came in to retire
the side In one-two-three order '.
in' the ninth. The Smokers went
ahead 5 to 2 for keeps In the
top of the tenth, on Napoleon's
walk, Manito Bernard's sacri-
flee, an intentional pass to Pap-
ris, Bobby Prescott's double down
the ria-ht field foul line .which
broke the tie, and a bad throw :
to home by Jacobs which allow-v
ed parris and Prescott to score.
In the, Yankee half of the;
tenth.' joe Tumlnelll. hlttlnsf fbr f
Bartlrome,- wa out second .to
first, and Tom Patton was te-r ;
tired flrstbaseman to Robinson -
Robinson's record is now 5-4,
while the Joser Grba, has a 3-3 v
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REAL TALL STORY
By OSCAR TRALIY
NEW YORK fUP) SlammhT
, MARGARITA LEAGUE
- I :.r;-: ;- !'. :; :,v-..
m,. Uavil Rtaflnn moved In
to first olace when they took
the former leaders, Wright Bros,
:4hk nnfntj. Wriarht BfOS,
is now Jta a tie 'or second place.
. a.-ku. ioi. t.hit plumbers
rifV a K? aeries tO bOOSt hlS
average to. 188 lor Ms flt nine
tames. ThU 576 series was high
to the Class A lor this ek, but
h. had to settie for only half
.? Nivfi Fred Hoppe tied
"Powells trimmed the last place
Butles for lour points to move
from liXth to second place, pe-
Voll led tne riymouui
a 535 followed by Tex -Wt
with 619, which incidentally
too? Class C honors this wees.
Stroop Had good nlgh'jhen
he rolled a 513 series after be being;
ing; being; down in the Pft.
; Agenda Kam and the Police
Assn settled for a split with the
cons-taking the first two games
with enough tra,Pln80tor,t
totali Rinebart. after aw'1
too- iate to start bowled two
eames and rolled 236 single
lame to be the highest this half.
Martin and Guest paced the
copa with a 344 and 641 respec-
U8i. Yohroa after taking the
, rvl.. tr,i. ,. half: hav3
failed to come up with a single
point since. Bowling their aver--,or
a vlittle better doesn't
eem : to be enough to win a
game. The- Aces took them for
four to move into fourth place.
Spinney Kd the Aces with a 565
aeries while Hogan paced- .the
Yohros men, with a 566 series.
Lowe Of the Navy took Class B
iffihls: week with a 544 e.
rleSO STANDINGS I
Naval Station Station-Booth
Booth Station-Booth .134 182 196
Brail",. .114 154 109
Lowe ..,..,..202, 178 164
Cannon .....175 150 167
Hoppe ......203 213 160
838 887 806 2531
Sammy Snead shrugged off the
TI 6 Orvan "itnv" tnriav and while
picking Ben Hogan as the man to
beat, insisted tnai ne sun comq
win it when th nation t heit Boll
Lers go to the tee at. Toledo's Inver
ness course in June.
The Ooen for' two decades nss
been Sam's coifing cross. Four
time hp finished second and in
1939 he kicked it away with his in
famous last noie eigni wnea a par
would have taken the title.
"But I'm stui not too old to win
it," the 44-year-old Snead Insisted.
"And this time l Know rne course
mi wall snH T fiffure to be in bet
ter shape than I have in 10 years."
in recent yean ou
come up to the Open wun some
.nvt nt n aph or a oain. There
were those who figured it was an
419 alibi suggestec oy a meniai con-
452 viction that he never couio win uie
Antlrtnan heraus Of US lone lime
766 798 783 2347
Wright ......156 151 184
Dougan .....136 150 149
DeVoll .......174 182 179
Bell 156 157 148
Watson 173 200 146
795 840 806 2441
787 769 903 2459
Bnlnnev A ..... ,17544
Rudy- -4-.. J7J""r
Bt John . ,i . . . ....... JW 35
Btilson? ... i i JSr-2
Martin...... .1681 ;
ganker ......186 225 165
Hkks .H 190 112
Klrkendall ...141 200 143
St. John ,..152 203 153
Bartram .....157 141 177
807 807 809 2423
pieirowsiu s- (. japa :.
Spinney ..i. 180; 2l&
674 870 811 2555
Putting Te Tell Tele
'Mmt iMonlt sort of over-play
14 M4 14 42 Unit kind of talk." argued Sam
"Personally, I don't win mere s
anything to it and, if I'm putt ng
well. I can win it. If I'm putting
I will win it. ;
401 ti,o'. an shout-face for Snead
,.1,. .Anf idenfit denartment. be
'wu 111 a,UC fWU4Muvf
535 cause he actually has come up to
461 the Ooen almost annuauy wun v
I njiu IN
518 viously quivering nerve. i
U m.fiV, mav do BOme
thing to shake bis current aplomb
I all MlflAnTI -V W nllT
- IhAfA IB Hm Mil UUCSMUII
l. viemmFr sins luc u"j
t tfAinir in be ready this
l:- m U .vnlnir.fi "INOW. U
hA mnr.pv there are a lot
of tournaments Ird rather win, say
..i. tan nnn world at Tam
line uc i
AM..1.. Rut- the Onen is the
only one I've missed and Im go
ins io give ii
1US- tr..iij;- ,,n tA the ODen
OOa UUllUia-ft f
Snead disclosed that he would play
i. th Masters, me uiraw
tu. Cnuhrwr invuauun
the Palm Beach Round Robin and
then the Open.
"I'm going to take a month, not
do any teaching, and really rae-
U- it U nlyi "VAI1 Know. VI1C.Y
iuce. iic doju. v
all say om aam win
lOpen but one
gonna sneas in iu. "r,
thinKS i nave a cuauw j
Sam's hopes are buoyed by the
... ,u 4 tha nast ne nai nau
lavl fcui r
..1. mmJah, Giircpisfi at in
verness. It was there that he dom
inated the Inverness Four jmu,
winnina it five times with threee
I'm convmcea, .r
an autupv ...
Z Open no different than any
55? SL?Wnsment, You'r playmff
752 958 750 24601
ppntions. that you no ""
tournaments and I've won my
share of those. ,
But Hogan, who again will be
DM I 44h tuifl in IUC
T?" wiilio Anderson. 15 cn.uuw
2 by Snead as the man to beat.
566 "Ben's a pretty determined fel-
low." Sam expiainea.
T ir now. wen. ".w." ,,
vriir and nen -V: .i; o.hr
n kinira nse k inr ussaas
can do rAndrif he', re.Uy
vinced inside, he just might, too.
'ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Standings January 23)
coco "soiitio;: CUbS
PoUct Pals ..........J
Mutual ot .Omaha ..
Coca: ,cola ......... i
Coco Solo Braves ...-.0
In t'game, which was much
closer than the score i'8'
teeVplrates defeated the Coro
Solo Braves 11 to 8 on Monday
afternoon at the Atlantic Little
League Field in Margarita.
WaW Hardlsty. the Brave Brave-fine
fine Brave-fine pitcher allowed the hard
hittinn Pirates only three hits
but miscues and wfldness kept
him in hot water all afternoon.
Ray Scheidegg, the winning
twirler twaa- also bothered with
... -rim tjmi hut manaced to
W1U, U 2 0
Butcher, If 0 0
Hlckey, 2b 3 1
Murray, rf 2 0
Sanders J., rf 0 1
...24 11 3 2
Score by Inntnga
Braves ,.,..,,,.000-2046 ,5
Pirates 104 24x-U
On Tuesday afternoon, : the
pace setuntr coco eouio vuds
irmt ilmun to thpir flrat defeat
6 to 5, at the hands of the Po
nce Pais. Tne loss was Luiner
Quinn's first of the season, while
wlm Jonebloed was winning his
Tne iray openea with ponce
scoring four runs in the first
tTmlTNT Th Pnhi pntne rltrht
back to tie up the game 4 to 4.
in roe second irume, uie ruuie
put across two more to take a
6 to 4 lead. This score held up
keen the Braves In hand until until the Cubs came to bat In
Keep roe " Uh. rfen wnwt thalr
v. twt, when tna warnors
cored four of their alx runs.
Bobble Roth a first year catcn catcn-er
er catcn-er who tfcfast showing himself
to be one of the best receivers
ta.th loon Picked np two htt
ta four trips to the plat to lift
his battin avera to J175. Jack
Bullington was the only other
batsman to collect two Dingles.
- The box score:
Ceee Soto Brawt
Beabolt. lb 1
Keaton. 3 b... 0 J
Roth, e .,
Rice, as ..
tmnean, as -0
Bonsoumetrd .......4 1
BuBington, lb .......3
OUphant. 2b J
Montes R,,2b ,....-1 J
Hakanson, it ? ?
Bharick, If ..,..,....1 J
Ucmte B If ........0 1
! TUls V...'.a'....J3
the fifth, when they scored their
In the field. Ditcher Jonebloed
made a sensational catch of a
ball hit by Baranlckv Two dou double
ble double plays were turned in by the
Cuba both of which erased Po
lice threats. Comacbo's big bat
thumped out three hits. Two
baggers were hit by Karplnskt
' - '
The box score:
El Police Pals. AB
1 Orr, cf ..............3
4 McElhone, as ,.4
0 Karpinski, 2b 4
3 Smith. If ...4
0 jongbloed, p 2
II Carpenter, f 3
0; Coffin, lb 2
l( Bray ton, 3b .0
0; Cooper, rf .3
AiCec SeliU Cabs
-jlberenx, cf 0
McNamee, cf .... .2
tVUlamarzo, as ......3
Quinn. p 4
..Comacbo, c ........4
0i Henriquez, 2b 2
OiHlH, 3b 3
6 Kandrin ) v.;.i..
0;Hffner. If .....,.,,.1
1 Rainey, rf 1
jodice, lb 1
Totals ...25 S 7 3
(a) Ra nfor Hill in 6th.
Score by Inn?
Police Pals :...0 I I
C. Solito Cubs .400 0105 7 3
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ii ANI FOOTBALL IN V. 1 .al sSW 3-
Nugent Thinks FSU Has Bright
Future In Big-Time Football
By BILL FERGUSON
ATLANTA (tfP) Non-conform
ist Tom Nugent is Just as con
vinced that Florida state univer univer-itv
itv univer-itv has a bright future in big-
time football as he is that he has
a bright future at iiorioa aiaie.
cftil vount? coach cf
W1 V war-- T -W -
the. Seminqlei figures he's got one
of the too coaching spots in the
n,.nf and it football Continues
imorove?as it-hasaal the fOW
tner girls school' in Tallahs ssee;
ris., ne. win nsve.
Nugent now has complete con
trol of the school's football pro-m-im.
a new contract stipulation
that was added with a salary in
crease to keep him cool on a re
-tA ntfnf iwim fTnnstnn.
Under the new set-up, Nugent
has charge of football from re
cruiting to awarding tn senior
blanket, and he's all-out to make
Florida state a top iooidu puw
Mutual of Omaha downeo j theJ
Coca Cola Bouiers 10
loosely played game onj"
nesday afternoon to complete
Sie first round of Atlantic Lit Lit-Dave
Dave Lit-Dave Wilder collected lour
tie League play.
!hits, one of these wi;
In the 6tn. Rusiy -m
got his eye on the ball and
Same up with three hits. Burza
received credit for his first win,
while his opponent Sanchez was
charged with his first loss.
rrru. .rannlttlnn of OTlff rOUnd
of play indicates that there is
no real lavonie w wwiun
first half honors. No team ap
pears to be strone: enouu
take both halfs of the pennant
race and a real ngnt riRni, uu
to the wire seems likely,
ft, ysrw acore:
Mutual of Omaha
The ambitious 42-year-old and
the equally ambitious Semlnoles
hiva hiwn increasine their load of
SEC and major teams eacn year
and now play a scneouie compar
able to any major scnooi i.
Tka niia aama that will flfoh-
sbly mean the most to Nugent and
c.nHprl ef .....9 1
n,aln rr 2 u
Highly. If ....3
Hauser. cf ?
BiHison, II i
Cherif Hamia Claims
Vacant Feather Title
NEW YORK (UP) European
champion Cherif Hamia of France
laid claim today to Sandy Sad-
v.fif fpattittruratffht pham.
Ipionship but faced the prospect of
at least one oout oeiore gaining
The U.S. National Boxing Asso Association
ciation Association announced it would accept
the winner of a bout between
Hamia and Carmelo Costa of
Brooklyn as the new 126-pound
The New York state Boxing
Commission, which is not an NBA
member, promised to Issue Its
opinion on the title tomorrow ana
indication! were strong that it.
ton would demand Hamia meet
6 7 2
Total. ............35 15
Wilder, lb ...
Peterson, ss .........3 u
O crouch. 3b .......r..3 0
0j.nders. cf .-3 0
0 wutchlnson, 2b ...."..3 9
Burns. If 1 J
Roscoe. e .......... ..2 x
Bender ft .1 5
Ranches, w ..3 o
Dockery, 2b ...;.... 0
itohrer. If -1
Tobin. (a) ....0 0
Ssddler's seven-year reign as
king of the featherweights ended
lov Jnhnatnn: announced the New
Yorker is quitting boxing in order
Florida State fans will come off
Nov.. 22, 1958, at Gainesville. Fla.,
when the Seminole get their first
crack at Florida.
Nugent has been putting on the
pressure for' a Florida game ever
sine the first day he came
to FS in 1953. His desire for
such a meeting quickly spread
across the state and in 1955, the
ffnvrnina ..Stata., Board -of. Control
issued an ultimatum that the two
teams arrange ses annual gamta.
Nugent, a native of Lawrence,
Mass.; coached' at Virginia Mili
tary Institute before coming to
FS.U and be brought the VMl
Keydets from bottom of the South
ern Conference heap to claim a
championship tie with Maryland
Willing To Experiment
j Always ready to try something
new, he came up with an original
To Remain As Grid
Coach At Syracuse
SVHAf'TTBtf -MV irmn..j
(Ben) Schwartzwalder, whose foot
ball coaching success at Syracuse
attrartprf tha VAi fit Tnrli an and
Southern, California, will remain
Athletic Director Lewis Andreas
made that announcement 1 ma
VVednesday after conferring with,
tne grid mentor who led the
Orange team to a 7-1 season rec record
ord record last year and into a Cotton
Bowl berth where it lost to Texas
Christian,' J8-27, "TWr""
Andrpsi ia!f Kpha4
reportedly getting about 312,000 a
a i ojTacuse, wouia receive
raise and so will his
all of whom will be re
r nrefprablv as a member of the backfield line-up in the T-forma-
' tinn Im u,hi.H fill ,ni If H. .Ir a ttVWi
a tight straight line behind the
center. The quarterback get the
ball, hands to one of the backs
behind him and everyone takes off
in different directions.
npenita the srhpHul Nilent
has accounted for 18 wins agamst
13 setbacks at r su and last mi
the Seminoles claimed wins over
Ohio University, North Carolina
State. Villaova. Furman and Mis-
sissinni Southern. They lost to
Georgia by a field goal, virg-ma
Tech. Miami and Auburn. They
tied Wake Forest.
"I'm about as happy as you ran
trpt here now." said Nueent after
signing his new contract. "Florida
State is an ambitious scnooi and
with a few breaks we can be big big-time
time big-time fast."
Andreas sairl nn formal .Ant,,.!
.v, ..ni kuuupvi
has VPt neen aitrn. knf (k.t L.
and Schwartzwalder "saw eye to
eye on terms and the actual ink inking
ing inking of the pact would take place
To Get Chance At
MIAMI, Fla. (UP) Husky An
thony Brown, 33, accused of im impersonating
personating impersonating pro football place-kick
Artist Lou (The Toe) Groza, went
before U.S. Commissioner Roger
E. Davis today for a preliminary
Charles E. Weeks, special agent
in charee of the Miami FBI Of
CHICAGO (UP)-Carlos: Ortiz,1
an unranked but unbeaten light lightweight,
weight, lightweight, was marked up today for,
a bout with third ranked Larry!
Boardman in his next outing, but;
his manager, Ed Ferguson,, wasn't i
disturbed by the prospect.
OrtlV Pii.iHa Di... L. L
t, uci w mvn .wne nasi
lived in New York for the last in
years, earned the chance with ai
io round decision over Chicagoan i
RnKhv Ra,am j :
television for his 20th straight pro1
"I didn't think he should have'
been in the ton ten rankina.
fore last nieht r.rmnnii .a
Jsut after beating Rogers, who
was a good tough kid, and con con-siderine
siderine con-siderine whn i in the nn
, 1.C1I, 1
til in It ha nnoki K I
- W V UVWi 1
J "We'll take the Boardman fight, i
if we can get it," Ferguson said.
"Carlos' best fightlne weiehl u
136 and he only weighed 134 last
nieht. He -Dick nn a lot nt ntn,.,.
ing power with two more pounds.'"
Ortiz himself complained about!
the light weight and said "I was
sloppy. If I'd weighed a couple
or pounds more, l would have tak
loo, wouiu aemanu xiamia in cnarge ui m- m.a,, -ioi pounas more, i would Bsve tax tax-at
at tax-at least one major foe to gain the fice, announced Wedneaday nightjen him out of there.; But I hist
agents arrested Brown in a hotel
room here on a federal warrant
issued at Jacksonville charging
i King tu uie leiinciwcijiii. "uw,lSSUea ai jaiTKSimviue L-uar;iuK
Tuesday when his manager, Chir-hjm with interstate transportation
1 .... TithMotftM. .HHAIIIIMll the NiWI.f r. .1.1...
nf a fi.w worthless check
u uituiig Brown s arresi enaca m ioni
his sight. Saddler claims ge,rcn by federal and local offi offi-suffered
suffered offi-suffered in an automobile ,iaI, in number of eastern and
injuries luunra m 1 rial in i numoer oi ei
i1ent hera laat Jnlv 27 have re-I .i .:;
suited in partial blindness. jn as the Qeveland
Dr. Thomas W. Matthew, Brown- football sUr and bdkine
neure-surgeon who nas oeen weai-1h wno Mievt4 him out of
Rogers, shaking his head after
the defeat, his third in IS nro
fights, said however, lhat Ortiz
never hurt him. "I d Lie to fight
him again," he .said.
L: tksz it
AT LA MACARENA
Dehiu SUNDAY 27
Matinee 10:30 a.m. 1
Afternoon 4:00 o'clock
i na aa
vD,irect frpm Now York's Madison Square .Garden
yEkrave bulls, Wild horses, Trick ropinf, Clowns
MUSIC FUN COLOR -
, i 'B
General Admission 2.00
1st Row ............
General Admission ....
Tickets for the Sunday Matinee at 10:30
Children: Shades Section 50 cents, Bleachers 25ycents
Tickets on sale !rom SATURDAY 8:00 i.in.
'Iberia Restaurant" "La Concordia Drugstore'
and "La Macarena Plaza' box office.
NOTE: No complimentary tickets accepted
ToUU ..' 24 4 1 10
'") Batted for Crouch In the
0; .Score by Innings ....
a H,.l SI I 114-15 3
Bottlers 1...,. .001 SOW 7lsenberg.
inc the 30-year-old Saddler, said,
"1 nave aavisea oanay mai u
boies aeain. he will run a grave
jrisk of going completely blind,
t Sandy is in acreenient, althongb it
Ml i. : i; nl V. iuui
'jDieans giving up ni uicuu,.
i He still retains partial vision and,
fl u h dM not so back into the
ring, there is a fan- chance he
will retain what sight he has left."
It Paris. Saddler's announce
ment was followed by HimM i
title claim, made tor mm oy mi
manager, Philippe rilippu
KTWAKK NJ. (UP) Ea-
welterweigbt champion Kid Cav Cav-ilaa
ilaa Cav-ilaa baa agreed to meet Vlnce
Martinet of, Peterson, NJ in a
10-round boot at the Newark Ar
mory Feb. 26, it was announced
today by co-promoter Willie GiJ-i
hnndreHi nf dollars.
Weeks tairi the check which
Brown cashed in Jacksonville was
signed with G rota's aame and
was drawn on the non-existent
"Cleveland First National Bank."
It i s "anticipated that Brown
has cashed numerous other checks
and the investigation is eontinu eontinu-in
in eontinu-in the FRt aikL Brova n
confined in the Dade County Jail
pending nts preliminary neannf.
Itf Cleveland, Groza told United
Praaa aimilar fvnnrta nf hil nIM
beint? falselv used have rorned up
. nL.'i. l.iLl.
in iew yorn, rnuaoeipnia, jer jer-er
er jer-er Cttv. N J.. New Orleans and
Savannah. Ga. j
The FBI said Brown told agents
v nmhatlnn in Pemtsvl-
vania for eharees similar to those,
oa which ha was arrested feera.
something new has been added!
at pur so-popular .
it's the CAROL GREAVES TRIO
now playing from midnrtt to 4:30 sum.
tvry FRIDAY And SATURDAY - ;
in tht aireconditiontd Balboa Bar!
join tht- lata crowd for Club 4:30 fun
and racaiva a nightcap on-tha-hsuaa at 4:30 a.m.
CAROL a Is plays the viasta
II mjm. to t turn, Sasu Teaw Wed.
i'v!,. ) .t':, ,l ';!; '.:,.ry.j SAu Wi,',:-,..-Vir"S !vfC.''iV.j--i.:7;
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fori rates and Information
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h tdamabtes BAXTER. S. A.
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Of by ppeinrinani.
i ritM BALLROOM OANCINfi
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CouplM, TMMfn fir Individual.
Balboa Service Center
SPECIAL' COLD WAVE
Monay Thru Thursday
' 4 Balboa 2-2959 m
rot .B. Pmnel and thete v
7 famlliea only.
Witt F 1.2 Lens
St. Peter'i Church in La Boca
will join other Episcopal churches
ia observing tomorrow as Tneolo Tneolo-:
: Tneolo-: eical Education Sunday. All loose
offering received at the services
will be allocated .to theological
Episcopal seminaries are maint maintained
ained maintained in the United States for
training candidates for the min ministry,
istry, ministry, and) several of the native
fclenty from v this diocese have
been granted scholarships to these
ieminaries,i,v ; 4j
. The chbratf Eucharist t St. Pe Peter's
ter's Peter's tomorrow will start with Ma Matins
tins Matins at 10c30 a.m. by one of the
layreaderi. The Rev. John Spear
will be celebrant and preacher
Evening prayer is scnemiieu
The weekly Thursday morning
celebratiod will be "eld next Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at 'nstead,lnfx: thP
memoration of the feast of the
PuKtion of Saint Mary the
Ssgamore of Wabash
1$ Title o! doner,
v V t
Reeanrrfon 'If Mm te f -di.n.
fer hi. BlirlM.Bn
gov.mmrt and th. w.H.r. eT
th. stat. Mi hn "J
Nolsoa W. Magrmr, Svperirrtend Svperirrtend-t
t Svperirrtend-t th. Meiatanaace Division
In CrislobaL- t
The honor -came In the form of
a icroU signed by the Governor
George N, Craig of Indiana and
appointing him a Chieftain upon
hi staff with the rank and title
of Sapamore f the Wabash.
In the ietter accompanying the
scroll. "Governor Craig saM in
part- The state of Indiana is
proud of her sons. It I also grate
ful to those who make lasting i
contribuUoa to the welfare of our,
"As' those who preceded us re
cognire virtues of leadership, so
do I bow rerngnize ytwas one
ho has corrtnbuted to the Interest
of fod government and has plae-;
ed the welfare of your commimi commimi-tr,
tr, commimi-tr, state and nation, above your your-V;f."
V;f." your-V;f." . '
Mseuer hs beearm resident of
the Canl Zone fine 191 but be
nauve born Iloosier. He eamei
ta thr. Isthmus for the first time
f-i 19' t uh the U5. Army and,
'syed four years. He rrtum-
1 in 13 fa ttt ten er"KrreT
-r. tt time with the MiniW MiniW-i
i MiniW-i Frj -nmift Divistoa. now the
rrance Pirisio" .
FOR.SALE: Mahofany bedroom
let: double bed, mattresi and
ipring, wardrobe, vanity and
bench, night table, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $200. Home 530, Loro
flace, Ancon, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE : Sofa-bed, 3-ipeed
pictc-up, fiih tank,, mahogany
bar with 4 ttools.
"FOR SALE: Bedroom eat, blue
and white $250, 6 pieces; 1
twin bed and night trend $45;
living room suit with center ta table,
ble, table, end table and large coffee
table $75; Croiley automatic
washer, like new, $175. Qtrt.
334-B, Ft. Clayton. Phone 87-'
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
table, exteniion type. Telephone
2-3656 after 5 p.m.
BARGAIN SALE: Bedroom,
dining, living' room iota. 11th &
Sta. Itabel, Bldg. 8058. Apt. 1,
FOR SALE: Philippine Rattan
aet ,6 piece,, good condition,
new teat coven. Justev Aroieme Aroieme-na
na Aroieme-na Ave., corner 3 lit Street 9,
FOR SALE: Mahogany desk &
chair $40; single bed $20; ma mahogany
hogany mahogany dinner table w5 chain
$45; Frigidaire 25-cycle $150.
No. 0314, Cable Heights.
Fabrega Names Three Basic Latin Problems;
Public Health, Housing, Illiteracy Rank High
WASHINGTON. Jan. 26 (UP)
Dr. Jose Isaac Fabreea. former
I foreign minister of Panama, urg
ea yesteiaay mat tne inter-Ameri-
can rresiaentiai committee con
centrate on three "basic" prob problems
lems problems afflicting much of Latin A A-m
m A-m erica: Public health, housing
"We must take drastic steps to
Improve the welfare of our peo-
rHa if: tarn wih tn AroHlnnttt tha
problem qf'tomrflunism frorrf-the
ncmisptwrrs-once 'anci tor"1 all," he
told the United Press in m inter-
view- !: :s; .'-n--'
" Fabrega wlf represent Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian President Ernesto de la Guar-
dia at the meeting of the Presi Presidential
dential Presidential jQmrnitteewhich begins
The group is expected to work
out a final agenda for another
meeting to be held "In April a
out final agenda for another
meeting to be held in April at
which action will be taken to
speed the economic -and sicial
development of the Americas in
accordance with the decision
reached by the 21 presidents at
Panama -st year.
The Panamanian representatives
stressed that the present-meeting
is merely an intermediary stage
between the first session last Sep September
tember September at which each nation voic
ed its aspirations and "forwarded
ideas for economic, technical and
financial development and the A-
Fabrega expressed hope that
the committee, in working out an
agenda, will adopt plans for the
improvement of public health,
housing developments, and litera
cy, especially in the less-industrialized
"These are the first problems
that must be tackled if we serious seriously
ly seriously wish to improve the standards
of the peoples of the Americas,"
"This way we will not only
strengthen each nation in our
hemisphere, but we will offer the
most effective answer to Com Communist
munist Communist promises of building a
peradise on earth If they get into
f A ft
A Nan1! ''. i
-BtVONb a R EASON ABLE DOUBT the picture with
the heavily avdvtrtised surprise ending. Is semetbing new
in sospense shoera, OPENS ON WEDNESDAY SB AT THE
LCX and comes si U expectations an each, count. Shocks
berin ia the opening- aeajuenee, an eyewitness scene of an
electric chair exerwUoa. Dana Andrews, portraying a bn-enanitarian-nox-Iitt.
plans secretly te- eolre the problem in
partnership miiti bis future father-in-law, a newspaper pub pub-liher.
liher. pub-liher. Sidney PUrkirrpr hat the publisher role and lovely
Joan Fontaine Andrews' re-star in tbe fitm.enactr the
fianree. a Tirt to deeply in love to realise that tier husband husband-tebc
tebc husband-tebc ia deliberately becomlnr enmeshed In the asystery
nanrder of a rrip-tease perfersner. '
FOR SALE: 1956 Hillman
Minx. Call 85-2184, 7:30 to 4,
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth se sedan
dan sedan Belvedere, automatic shift,
beautiful turquoise, excellent
condition. Leaving. $1750. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE: '53 2-dr. Mainline
Ford. Excellent condition. One
owner. 25,000 miles. Reason for
sale: 'Leaving Panama. Call 87 87-6257
6257 87-6257 from 0730 to 1630, after
1630 call 87-8174. Sfc. Coda
Thompson, 2385-D, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: '52 Cadillac, duty
paid, A-1 condition. Can be fi financed.
nanced. financed. Phone 83-7271.
FOR SALE: 1947 Ford Tudor.
Looks good, runs good, good
transportation. Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: '52 Buick Super,
dynaflow, power steering, two two-speaker
speaker two-speaker radio, very good condi condition
tion condition $700. No. 0314, Cable Hts.
WANTED: Automobile, light
model, under $400. Phone Col-
licr, Balboa 3716.
power. We will not offer a para
dise, but we will show instead
that public welfere can best be
developed i ne democratic so society."
ciety." society." 'Since his arrival, the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian official has stated his position
to numerous high officials here.
Yesterday $ he- and Panamanian
Ambassador Ricardo Arias v had
n. 1 V I.. "' 'i.ii'1
-.-. ,!'' !.-":' H rf-f-t-Mr?" "f ;. '.. jt
t t f ' a1 i
I Alii in iTl.!lftllf-'Tl:n
Against Union Heads
promised by Senator
WASHINGTON. Jan. 25 (UP)-
Sen. John L. McClellan (D-Ark.)
said today a recommended con contempt
tempt contempt of Congress creation a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a powerful west coast
teamsters' union, leader is only
McClellan's racket-hunting Sen Senate
ate Senate investigation subcommittee
called yesterday for contempt ac action
tion action aeainst Frank W. Brewster
of Seattle. This will be followed,
McClellan said today, by similar
action against other teamster of officials
ficials officials who, like Brewster, refus refused
ed refused to answer Questions put to them
bv the sub-committee on the
ground that the group lacked
authority to ask' them.
If the Senate approves the cit citation
ation citation recommendations, they will
go to the Justice Department for
The subcommittee cnargea wai
Brewster displayed contempt o f
Congress when he refused to an-
swer questions last Saturday ana
also refused to obey a subpena to
produce financial records of tne
western conference ot leamsiers
and the Union's Joint Council 28
He is head of both groups
which are subordinate units of the
nation's bieeest' union, the 1.4
million mem her International
Brotherhood of Teamsters.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 1, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
FOR SALE: 21 inch T.V., 60 60-cycle,
cycle, 60-cycle, brand new. Call Balboa
FOR SALE: Air-conditioner, 2 2-compressor
compressor 2-compressor Frigidaire, 'A ton,
1 1 0-volf. Practically new, in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $250. Phone
3-0915 or see at Office No. 22,
General Seguro Bldg., Cuba Ave.
between 33rd and 34th Streets.
FOR SALE: A Baby Grand
Stelnway piano, almost new. Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable price. Information: Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-2540. 12th Street No..
FOR SALE; Royal Standard
typewriter, Hallicrafter short shortwave)
wave) shortwave) table model radio, ear-.
phones $25,' Philippine Rattan
bar. All excellent condition. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Balboa 2436.
FOR SALE: Three formals, six
7, yellow, light blue, royal blue.
$10, $15. House 2256-B, Carr
FOR SALE: Haddorff Spinet
piano, good condition, $400.'
separate meetings with acting As Assistant
sistant Assistant Secretary of State Roy R.
Rubottom and the Secretary-General
of the Organization of Amer American
ican American States, Dr. Jose A. Mora.
Fabrega is accompanied by I-
nocencio Galindo, former Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian Minister of Public Works and
president of the National Assemb Assembly,
ly, Assembly, and by Fernanda Eleta, an
engineer -and former philosophy
I curing me .uicvuug "-ycawiuaj,
Panamanian 'delegates- were
I known to have explored tha pos
sibility of getting assistance for
the early completion of the inter inter-American
American inter-American highway ranging from
Panama to Colombia.
"Fabrega greeted Dr.. Milton Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, brother pf President El Elsenhower
senhower Elsenhower and chairman of the
Presidential Committee, at a lunch
eon given by Mexico Ambassador
Manuel Tello at the Mexico Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. Also present were the Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador of Argentina,' Adolf o A.
Vicchi, and several other delega delegations
tions delegations to the committee.
Gets Dishes Back
From 'Honest Ben'
WASHINGTON (UP) Men
called the late Rep. Ben Johnson
(D-Ky) "Honest Ben."
honest Ben was a scourge to
those who were disinclined to walk
the path that is known to be ex
One time he went so far in his
fervor for honesty that he pro
duced his personal check for $50,
000 on, the floor of the House and
promised to pay for an investiga
tion of District of Columbia con
tracts if he didn't save the tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers money. The investigation
turned up 1 million dollars in pad
Honest Ben retired from the
House in 1927 after serving 90
years. He died in 1950.
Thursday Rep. Frank Chelf (D (D-Ky),
Ky), (D-Ky), who represents Johnson's old
district, presented a box of dusty
dishes to the House restaurant.
Chelf said it was sent to him by
Johnson's daughter, Mrs. J., Dan Daniel
iel Daniel Talbot of Bardstnwn, Ky. He
said she found it a few days ago
among Johnson's things auu was
allocked and mortified.
The box contained three dinner
plates, three butter plates, three
platLers, one s a O c e r and one
All bore the monogram: "House
Chelf said they probably were
left over from' a quick hineh.
Ball To Feature
The Dann Tti.hnn Mni ,m 1
provioe music from B p.m. till 4
p.m. Saturday night at the Ameri American
can American Legion Club, Fort Amador,
during the annual Beachcombers
Members of the combo inelnde
) Wellington D'Arcy, trumpet; Zex
Bennett, p'no. Fo"v "rake', sax
ophone; Shorty McKee, drums,
and Bishop, vocalist.
Tie annual Beachcombers ball
is one of the eustandinf affairs la
the Canal Zone.
ATTENTION; O. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Large and venti ventilated
lated ventilated apartments on 4th of July
Ave. Tt-352 (facing entrance
to Quarry Heights)., Inquire same
building 9 to 12 noon & 2 to 6
p.m. or phone 2-2037' anytime.
FOR RENT Cool, modern a a-partment
partment a-partment on third fleet of Mia Miami
mi Miami Building, Bella Vista: three
bedrooms, two main bathrooms,
: large living room, dining roam,
kitchen, maid's room and bath
(in Apt.), laundry porch, ga garage
rage garage with doors, locker room un under
der under h e u e, Apt. completely
screened and has balceny around
master bedroom: Rent $150.
Phone Panama 2-0027 or 3 3-0763.
0763. 3-0763. ,:'"
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
I -bedroom apartment, facing the
park on Ave. Peru. Phone 3-
FOR RENT: Modern and spa spa-eious
eious spa-eious furnished 2-bedreem apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Ave. Peru 37-48.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apar Imtili,
10th Street No. 8061. Phone
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, largo dining
and living room, separate maid's
room with bath, garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, in high cool locality, all
screened, in El Cangrejo. Phone
office hours 2-0321, after office
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment (corner) t living-dining
room $65, screened. 56 Belisa Belisa-rio
rio Belisa-rio Porras. Key apartment No. 2.
Information phone 2-2316 or 3 3-0234.
0234. 3-0234. FOR RENT: Independent fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 3 bedrooms,
etc., maid's -ream, good price.
16th St. and 50th St., Paitilla.
Phone, 3-1 897;'t:, ;;?' ,:?-.
FOR RENTi Garage. Edificle
Sousa, 44th and Colombia St.
Soviet Secret Police
Are Rushed to Czech,
New Trouble Section
VIENNA, Jan. 26 (UP) Soviet
secret police have been rushed to
Czechoslovakia to cope with a
rising tide of anti Communist
activity in the Stalinist country,
reble renorta said todav.
The arrival of Russian police
with a new team of Soviet "mili "military
tary "military advisers" last week in
Prague coincided with an anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist leaflet campaign ex
pressing sympathy for the Hun
Sourr.es said four Czech trade
union officials were arrested in
Prague recently1 for raising fundi!
for Hungarian freedom tignters.
At least 200 persons were arrested
and held temporarily luring De December,
cember, December, it was reported.
Czechoslovakia admittedly has
had considerable unrest since the
Oct. 23 Hungarian uprising.
The top government and party
leaders arrived in Moscow today
the fifth Communist bloc dele
gation to do so since October
for talks with Soviet officials on
the eastern European crisis.
Both Czech party chief Antonin
Novotny and President Antonin
Zapotocky, ardent Stalinists, have
admitted anti-Communist feeling
.Leaflets urging support of Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian rebels appeared in audi audience
ence audience halls and lecture rooms of
the Bratislava and Kosice Univer
xttipa this month, sources said.
Alerted by the growing signs of
anti-Communist unresi, we min
istry of the Interior ordered ine
temporary detention oi weu weu-knnwn
knnwn weu-knnwn aatl-Oommunists in the
Austro-Czech and Czech-Hungar
ian border areas.
With West Germany
Becomes A Reality
BONN. Germany, Jan. 26 (UP)
The Saarland's political merger
with West Germany was complet
ed today when a three-man Saar
delegation took seats in the West
German Bnaoesrai (upper
The delegation was needed By
Dr. Hubert Key. premier of the
rich industrial territory formally
controlled by the French. It was
welcomed by Bundesrat President
Saar representatives were seat seated
ed seated in the Bundestage (lower
hoi te) earlier this month.
Tbe Saar territory was restored
oolitically to Germany Jan. 1 and
became the, 10th West German
state. Its economic integration lit
te Germany will not be completed
FOR RENT: House for resi residence
dence residence or office, conveniently. le-
cared at 39th Street No.- 3-59
- near Juste Aroiemena Avenue.
For information apply at number
38-52 Juste Arosemena Avenue,
" from 4 to 7 p.m;-.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet,
big back yard, all fenced. 7th
Street, Golf Heights, Information
Phone 2-2407. 3-3641.
FOR RENT; Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 5-bedroom house. 48th
Street No. 19. Phone 3-3461.
FOR RENT: Furnishel chalet
in Santa Clara near the sea. Rea- I
aonable price. For information :
Louisiana Bar, or call Phone 2 2-2633
2633 2-2633 r 3-4509.
MARGARET MOSER please tele telephone
phone telephone 3-5795 at 7 a.m. Impor Important.
tant. Important. FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Furnished house at
Gorgona, 200 yards from beach.
Beautiful oceen view. Electric
lights, gas stove, and refrigera refrigerator.
tor. refrigerator. Sacrifice. Going to States.
Phone Balbea 4474.
FOR SALE: Apartment building
San Jose in 7th Ave. Espafia No.
2192. Rio Aba jo. 1500-meter
lot. Apply same building.
FOR SALE OR RENT: 3-bad-reom
house at 105 First Street,
Las Cumbres. Reasonable. Phone
FOR RENT: Only $544 down
payment, $25 per month, new
chalet, one bedroom. 10th St..
" Abao. CASA PROPIA, 8 8-1114.
1114. 8-1114. u- f" ,.
Trapped Cat Yowls
Force Home Owners
To Drastic Action
GLENDORA. Jan. 2A (VT rw
tractors todav nlannr! in rin
walls out of a new home in a
deSDernte effort tn recmia a
trapped somewhere in the
Loud wailing and meowing with within
in within the home was first reported 19
days ago bv Vincent Carta and'
his wife, Eunice, who had just
ine cartas have tried every
thing tor tne last three weeks to
detect the source -of the meows
and find the feline. Even technic technicians
ians technicians with special sound detectine
devices have failed to locate the
Carta said the meows haVe
grown weaker. He said he and his
wife are so nervous they can hard?
ly sleep at night.
The Cartas called in contractors.
because the home is still in
escrow and the family can't legal legally
ly legally tear out a wall. Carpenters
have sawed holes In the bath
room wall but found no cat.
"I can't stand it much longer."
Mrs. Carta said. "Day and night
that cat keeps crying."
CASA PROPIA, S. A. FINISHES
CA!A PROPIA, S. A. has Just flubbed 2 boms of one bedroom, Irrlnr-dininr.
room, bath, porch and 3eB meters of land at tbe end of lttb Street Rio Abajo,
aereas from tbe Rio Abajo Church. AH have waUr and litht nUlities and are
close to transportation facilities. AO yon pay Is 154MB down payment, and
B25.N monthly, which included interest Total price: $4444JB. See them today
and tomorrow o exhibition, A- r ";
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Half block from tbe "Panama- Hospital v
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Beach.' Shrapnel's furnished
houses Phone Thompson. Bal-S
Gramlich s Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
0441. ti .?' i
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f "m 3-1877. Cristobal
FOSTERCOTTAGES and large
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sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Spend your week ends at Rio
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the Republic, with, all conveni conveni-onces.
onces. conveni-onces. Moderate prices. The
new management is anxious to
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 (UP)-'
Sen. Everett M TMrkspn CR.Tin
resorted to poetry today in an ef effort
fort effort to prod fellow senators into
action on nis new corn acreage
"Mav I reminfl m v inl1Boiiea
of that entrancing linn frnm Shel
ley's poem, 'Oh, wind, if winter
comes, can-spring be far De De-hind',"
hind'," De-hind'," Dirksen declaimed.
In all the world, In all the seas, in all adventure there
is no eoual to Che newer of "MOBY DICK". Grerorv Peck.
Richard Basehart, Leo Genn
Warner Bros, presentation of Herman Melville's great A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan adventure saga. "Moby Dick," reportedly brought
to the screen after three years of filminr In England, Wales,
Ireland. The Irish Sea, the Atlantie Ocean, the. Madeira
and Canary Islands, was filmed in a new color process by
Technicolor. Jolin Huston, who won the prise as the best di director
rector director of the year, produced and directed "MOBY DICK,"
the epic story of the men who searched the seven seas for
the mammoths of the deep, the giant whales.. "See "MOBY
DICK the mighty adventure story which OPENS ON.
WEDNESDAY SO AT THE CENTRAL. ,.
ii'Tnetaaai ffi et n
. Boats & Motoric
?LSALE: Tw Chris' Craft
1 43-horsepower marine engines,
dual controls, panels, automatic
reverse gears, in excellent oper operating
ating operating condition. See Albert Bar
ton, Balboa Yacht Club. ;
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser'DeU
phin," Chrysler Marine, refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, S.S. radio, tackle part.. See
Balboa Yacht Club, ask foreran foreran-co
co foreran-co or Primo.' Make offer.; Call
Balboa 2-3645 or Ft. Davit 595.
FOR RfNTi -t- Large furnished
room, American couple, bachelor.
Maid i service, kitchen, -ire.
Mexico Ave., comer 32nd5 St.,
No. 14. ..' X:
Creation Of More
WASHINGTON Jan Ylf u
Deputy Attorney General William
.P Rogers urged Congress today
to act.swiftly to create additional
judgeships in federal districts
with a big backlog, of cases. He
said the need is 'urgent. : j,
Rogers endorsed the proposal.
wuilii wuuiu, nuuionze line ap appointment
pointment appointment of additional njircuit
and district judges iri crowded
districts, in a letter to Chairman
James O. Eastland nf tha Kon.to
'The Denartment.. haa a na"Wi.n.
lar concern over the delays in' the
uifcposiuon- oi ousiness in the
courts," Rogers wrote. "We are
anxious. therefor. tn rin
thing in our power to relieve the
congestion wmcn exists in tha
dockets of an', fhanv nf nm
and Orson Welles star in the
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Search For Killer Of Teenage Sisters
- Leads T bfifter With Elyis Haircut
CHICAGO, Jan. 26 (UP) The for pictures in a coin-n-the-slot
. ii. i.l ii nr ttnn nhntn maiMn0 110 -fiain.
.OT...XI.H sisters turned last nisht But they walked out on him,
to Chtcaeo's skid row and a dish- Bedwill said. More important, he
r iiiBiaicu uiej nwe "v
sisters. -i ":
Tt&HiiiiU r ran kitn an araument
. t j i'm. j 4. in i (rum Mrl Minnm DlimS. who
inale' clue -to explain" how the mns a West Madison street xes-
nude, bodies of Barbara Grimes
ix hi ietr Patricia. 13
came to be -found in a' ditch on
- J Sheriff's police hoped they had
found a- promising lead- m kid
' row drifter,-known aa Benny the
dtfhwasher., ; .; ...
U niveraDd: i ; womaA
restaurant operator both insisted
H... IIOI nnnv whm full name
is Bemiy BedwW. with the Grimes
girls on the .West Madison sweei
saloon -and : strip tease areas Dec.
3Mwo days Rafter their disap
pearance from tneir nome.
i mi o. im 4mm
BedwUl, ,- 21,-
i ?from, rans.
Tenn! with a duck-tail naircm
.uhnm in the style
of rock n roll singer Elvis PreS-
ley. oC evt4 tn" vu
acquaintance; of .Presley'!,; who
was the idol of the dead sisterj.
"'He's the, best suspect we have
had "so- far." Sheriff Joseph Loh Loh-manaaid;v.;x
tip two .young girls- In a skid row
"ii 'ri- Sri lnnff with t
friend whose ; name he said e
them :w niovjei Uu
; Shoe Polish?
JACKSONVILLE (UP) Justice
ef the Peactf saran vBryan aiu
today she will conduct' an Inquest
h. tah nf three elderly
men who shared the content! of a
bottle that may nave comaineo a
compound used In dyea anq. snoe
, State AUy.- William Hallowea
aaid the inquest has been set lor
Monday into the deaths of Joha C.
ScirJair, .. 80, Hubert Pickup, 80,
i' AU three died as the aftermath of-a jealoui woman.
of a ennstmas pany xn me nwvei
In which they lived- Several .other
men who ahared the bottle but to cover up theaUeged fact that
aurvived, aaid tho gut came ro nua iwuv, ...u r?--
them from the hotel room clerk, a ."sex and. drugs party jt his
The clerk aaid the- sealed bottle beach home, shortly, before the
had been liven him by a former girl's body was found on the
tenant;- & V v. vi v bch April ,10, ,1953, i;
taurant with her husband.
Ck. ..14 .tia lUleiflvi Rifl
OIIC BA1U OII& Vina yww.M.w
will' and- another man entered the
n anH T restaurant Dec. 30 with
the Grime sister.
"The younger girl was stasger, stasger,-inir."
inir." stasger,-inir." sha said. "She was either
sick, drunk or doped." ;
T.vi rfHvter Ttr.nn Krhnlx also
said he -saw we crimes sisters
with Benny. -
. Tyihmin nicked ud Bedwill last
night in the star ana warier
Theater and i held him all night
without. informine Chicaco DOlice.
The .sheriff arid bis .aides grilled
Bedwill, througn tne- aay, saying
they .hoped' to ,f 'clarify' his. story.
Girl To ReffMh
lie promteed 'today to rireiresn
the, memory" of her former lover
as to how he allegedly hushed up
the scandal surrounding the death
of party girl wuma Montesi.
"Evervthlne is verv clear in my
mind, and he will realize.it when
we face each- other in the 'court-
True Life Adventures
FRECKLES' AND- RTS FRIENDS
at ub rf t arillrt' . i
BETA OOt LAPPtaT AND 1AIMO
THE PLACE WWLB X TJPPUE "K)
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; eHJOJT t?MJT AMI? HXCTN3 HIM UWPEKWATfffC TO PROWH
Tm ow in aj
meres plenty of better programs orV but Dad savs
that crime stuff is for grown-up people!"
we iace wcu- uurei u m vui"- day capiurea wo gunmcu wuw
room,!' the t once-brunette blonde Uor Baltimore., Md. bank rob
. Tha. fnimr hnv friend. Tien
Montagna, a Sicilian-born, playboy
and self-styled marquis, told the
Venice tribunal yesterday that
Miss CaglioV charges against him
were the "shameful vengeance"
i She had accused "him of .trying
- one fvay
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PHONES: HOTEL EL PANAMA 3-1604
PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 3-1699
2 Gunmen, Molt 19; Arrested
By FBI; No Gunfire Surprise
MINNEAPOLIS, j January 26 r
(iii kri Bffpni and oolice to
day captured two gunmen wanted
bery. along .with their weeping.
teen-aged gun molL-
Th. hkinrip eun moll. Mrs. Dor
othy F. Barchard, 19, said she
was in love won one 01 me men
and wanted to divorce her tank
robber husband to marry him.
Mnra than '20 FBI aeents and
several squads of local poiicej
closed in on an apartment, near
Minneapolis' Loop', shortly after
miHniphi. A telephone call orderef
the two men and woman to come
At ft B
.The two-men backed out 'bf the
apartment with -their, hands in the
air. Mrs. earcnara iouoweu,
. cnfflv iw1 !! in tieht
green jajtynas, j A. nub nosed
pistol ana a aaweo,. on ; snoizua
were found in .the apartment.
Captured were Louis R.
ArquiUa, 26, and Martin F.-Feen-ey,
41. They and he girl are from
the Boston, MaM, area.:;,-..
ZHrS. Wlll V pi uv.J.uivvi vvuwjvw UCIICTCV UM uc uic tautest
love for Arquilla, police said, Th-ii sum ever bid for a single-art
L. 1 A -Uu. l,rn.J in Ala. flhlpM h.F.
. : k m 1 Mkhmi -I' i
Iras prisvn vu u a iwiij j -i-
charges, embraced Arquilla in Ui The 213-carat necklace was sold
ball of the apartment building b0 a Jewelry dealer representing
fore they were nusuea ou io-c Jirc-uma aynaicaie aunng.an
county jaiL '- 1 i jaucUon of jewelry and booka from
The hree'are eh-rged with rob-' the collection, of the late Mra.
bins a branch of the Fidelity John E. Rovensky.
Baltimore National' Bank a di J
Trust Co. of $13,000 lsst Nov. 28. ; Ths Parke-Bernet gaUenes were
n : j - t . i limiTl pH avith IE Ann hitvMa anft
Uy CDlocraencc,"! luue guiuuan . "v
rot) Pea anomcr orancn oana pi t--j "". wjc
$4,500 today. He made the suckup
and nu-inM aniv a few noun al
ter the Minneapolis arrests."
I. ri icmu waitMi ai noun.
from I p.m. until 3 a.nu, as White
.... nut Whom ha jams in. Pirwrl
- -V. J Ik. L.trU;..- LAtiMV Vim I
could get to the door of his room.! Retired heavyweight bo1"?
Other agenU were aearby. gunsjchampion Rocky Marciano bought
in holsters twa of platinum and diamond
rf i. tinorlruff link, inr two mil actress
said. "What is your real name? "IMargaret SuUavan purchased two I
surprised,' Piper said today. He
added thst White readily admitted
Piper said small arsenal and
about 200 pounds of burglary tools
were fnunfl .in Whita'a a.itnmn.
bile. The weapons included two
.32 pisiois, one pisioi, a sawea sawea-off
off sawea-off shotgun, dirk with a blade
aoout seven- inches long, a box ol
.38 caliber pistol bullets, six shot
gun sneus ana an air rule.
Plnor .fuiMii'l nrnlain th air
'rifle. One -theory was that White
nad it to quietly snoot out any
light which mignt be bothering
a a s
mm w 4 ourgiary.
Paid 'For Jewel
va -' n uiamuuu
necklace on ?e priced at $750,000
1aVi AIIYvf (n-n V4 t.A.laaitatt I
$385,000 believed to be the largest
were sold at prices ranging from'
ailSnnn t. (in CaU.a tntllhull
$1,122,863 for the' day. Seme deal
ers said uiey beuevea v was ine
first, day-long auction to bring
over a million. -,
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I ' -., .. r 1 1 i ' in- ti '. i f i i "r
mi sxoRai of martita wat Mi v : '' ',' ,?'f7'' 1
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. p? BIGGEST ANIMAd- PROVE I MACHINE yTfe" ABOJT-rt. J.eIrr6- rCrS'Ty
. Drive In, Move, In j V ;: ; y v f
fief, VOOftt, SOtte TMiM55 AttX ,5 U6HT PLOFFV tfriOW l.i PT lSl C: I i
yE see eM th ooroimh i2JiVm Aeart th y .!r1. iTSTOg TVfc-,: S
EVES-A PPO PUSHINC3 HtMKASft Vi 1 I'lMl. rVVF'"
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"Let the. people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Liiieolf.
PANAMA, It. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1957
Dixie Police Chiefs Begin Crack-Down
On Racial Violence In Troubled South
" .' (NEA Telephoto)
BEHIND BARS The confessed-
"Mad Bomber" Georpe
Metesky stares- through the
bars at Manhattan police head headquarters
quarters headquarters afterhe. was brought to
New York from his Wateibury,
Conn. borne. ;
ATLANTA, Jan. 26 (UP) Po Police
lice Police in Mobile, Ala., and Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, Fla., today began a crack crackdown
down crackdown on integration violence.
Mobile Polioe Chief Dfidley )E.
McFadyen threatened his officers
with emergency measures if they
don't come up with some arrests,
irt an outbreak of violence that re
sulted in 20 cross-burnings, one
:. Mchadyn called Special
meeting of all Mobile officers
yesterday and announced 'that
"all cf-ost-berning and dynamit dynamiting
ing dynamiting in Mobile," are going to be
stopped or policemen will be
working longer hours, s e v t n
days a week and without special
privileges such as outside jobs.
At the same time, me MODue
explosion and two at t e m p t e di City Commission offered a $250 re
ward tor tne arresi oi parues re re-snnnsible
snnnsible re-snnnsible for such violence and an
nounced that "these hoodlums,
these rabble-rousers should not be
put in the jails. They should be
put under the jails."
be fired, on the spot," Stoutamire One of the wounded men, J.
aid. 'P. Tillery, 24, charged that Car-
At Birmingham, where segrega- tor -shot him after three men
tion. leader Asa (Ace) Carter was had grabbed him because of his
arrested ana charged with intent objections to the 'one-man rule'
to murder two Klansmen who i of the KKK, It was presumed,
were shot during a dispute at a
rally of some 50 robed and hood
ed -Klansmen, police yest e r d a y
made three more arrests.
Two men and a woman were
arrested in connection with the
shooting, but police would not re reveal
veal reveal the details of the connection.
Louey C. Currey, 27, and Ira N.
Evans. 33, were charged with "as
sault with intent to murder .and
BOMBER'S WORKSHOP This garage In the rear of 17
Fourth St.waterbury. Conn., housed the workshop where,;
nolice said 53-year-old George Metesky made the, explosive
devices with which he terrorized New York City, for 16 years.
Indian Film Coming
Reminder lb World
. An Indian film, featuring the
cutoms,. .religion, and music of
Hindu folklore, will be shown to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at 9:45 in tne
' The film, entitled "J h a n a k
Jhanak yal Baaje," was shown
for 75 weeks in India end was
' awarded a sAver medal by In Indian
dian Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal
The movie is said to enable non--Irtdiafl
viewers to obtain a fuller
knowledge of an ancient culture
which haa remained almost intact
despite the onslaughts of western
" The movie, in technicolor, is be
inff shown here in commemora
tion of India's independence from
-i:- "' '
Mont XT All Tai i m f urae nVoitt.
At Tallahassee, Police Chi efed on two COUnts'of being an ac ac-Frank
Frank ac-Frank Stoutamire said 18. white th tar.t
, 1 .. 1 . .J t Unll .All
nign scnoui biuukihs ucucvcu
"know sometMng aDOUi. receni
its nf vandalism against Negro
intpcration leaders were warned
that further action might, land
them in jail.
Stoutamnre said no 1 charges
were made against the youths be because
cause because of insufficient evi d e n c e.
However, he said he warned the
tnrtpnts that Dolice "were going
to make every effort to catch the
people who are responsible" for the
Stoutamire said twe of the
vnnths told him that they had
heard rumors that city policemen
umniH nnt. nrrest anyone who viol-
enMv rpsistpd attempts by local
Negroes to end segregation on cl
'l told them if I could get the
names of any policeman who
made such a remark, they would
that the two men arrested were
the Klansmen' who held Tillery.
Chad Bridge, 52, was also shot
and wounded when he tried to
Birmingham police also reveal
ed that a pick up order had been
issued for Harold W. McBridge, a
salesman, who is believed to have
suffered a flesh wound in the shoot
ing. Police said.McBrlde has not
turned up at his1 home or his office
since the incident
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T. Coleman Andrews Throws in Sponge;
Engineer is New PanCanal Boardmember
FINDS LETTER Alice Kelly,
Consolidated Edison office as assistant
sistant assistant who found the letter
that led to the arrest of
George Metesky. alleged "Mad
Bomb?r,'" smiles proudly In
the offices of the utility com company
pany company in New York.
Money eon't buy love osk ony
dd doddy or our secretory of
Weather Or Not
This eahcr feeoit fer the 24
kMri eadiwg I t.m. t4r. "-ftrrd
ftrrd "-ftrrd lr the MeteeroUekel m4
Hyrfrseraelttc IraMcb el H Pi-
One Is Scratched
From Marg's List
LONDON, Jan. 26 (UP)
Socialite bachelor Billy Wallace,
Z8, chalked himself off today as
a possible match for Princess
"You can flatly deny tumors
MIAMI. Jan. 26 (UP) -A small,1"", .m h, I
rir4. ,k., i i saret. he was quoted oy me
tuDa today in a search for three Br',
iners missing from the fiery col- ""' ""-"
nsion oi two t-47 stratoiet bomb-
Searching 3 Fliers
Mind Business ;
i (Continned rrom race 1)
lor Vh dPpfHed to act as "volun
tary observers" for the United
Hungary has refused to allow
the U.N. to investigate the situa situation
tion situation in the country on grounds the
revolt was an internal aitair.
The radio commentary referred
to a Franco-American "protest,
indicating that the two legations
had sent a note to the Foreign
Ministry about the MTI charges.
A spokesman for the U.S. Em:
bassy in Vienna told newsmen
there was no truth to them, and
that he had no knowledge of any
Mind Own Business
The Kadar regime said the
western nations should- "mind
their own business, for example
Egypt and Algeria."
"Hungary would gladly accept
the creation of friendly relations
with any country of the" world," il
"But at the same time, Hun Hun-sarv
sarv Hun-sarv rejects every attempt at in
terference in internal Hungarian
The MTI agency had charged
that the alleged interference was
based on "American initiative,
and that to act as U.N. observers
was "an inimical act which had
the object of working against the
country which grants them hospi
The appointment of Ralph A.
Tudor, head of the Tudor engi engineering
neering engineering "Company of San Francis
co, to the Board of Directors of
the Panama Canal Company was
announced this week by Secretary
of the Army Wilber M. Brucker,
Tudor succeeds T. Coleman An
drews, who has resigned from the
A native of Colorado, Tudor was
graduated from the United States
Military Academy at West Point
and from Cornell University
where he received his degree in
Civil Engineering. He served with
the Army from 1923 to 1929 when
he resigned to work for the Div Division
ision Division of Highways of California.
From 1931 until 1936 he worked
on preliminary designs and the
actual construction of the San
Francisco Oakland Bridge: dur during
ing during the construction of the bridge
he was Senior Designing Engineer
and after it was completed he
OFFICERS of the new Group Health Insurance Board met yesterday with Governor Potter to
discuss the new insurance plan for Canal employes and 'their families: Left to. rieht an
Rufus M, Lovelady, secretary; Daniel J. Paolucd, liaison officer: Ellis -Fawcett --vice nresll
dent; Potter, and Robert Van Wagner, president of the board- ... r
Potter Assures Insurance
V -.r--i ;
Of Administration's Full
' -.:,"!. T v..
I mpti) .
Three of the six crew members
from the two big bombers were
picked up yesterday from a bar
ren island, but no trace of the
Wrong Pipe Lit
, - t
was in charge of its' maintenance
He returned to the Army in 1941
and between that date and his re return
turn return to civilian life in 1946, he
worked on a number of engineer engineering
ing engineering projects, among them basis
plans for McNary and The Dalles
dams on the Columbia River and
other dams in the Willamette,
Snake and Boise rivers. He was
awarded the Legion of Merit for
his services as War Department
representative on the Bonneville
After his Army service, he be
came vice president of the Mor
nson-Knutsen international com
pany for 18 months. For eight
months of this period Jit was
I 'hinf FHMinAM, 1m .ht.ff.IAf
study and preparation of a plan cent 'mploye
for the rehabilitation of railroads J
roads, waterways and ports In
He organized the Tudor Engi
neering Company in 1947. He has
been Chief Engineer on studies
and plans for two additional high
way crossings of ban f rancisco
Bay, has done engineering work
for the Army an Alaska, Califor California
nia California and Idaho, has been a high highway
way highway consultant for the State of
Washington for a highway cross crossing
ing crossing of Puget Sound, and consult consultant
ant consultant to the State of California on
the San Francisco Bay Bridge be between
tween between San Rafael and Richmond.
Early in 1953, Tudor went on
leave of absence from his com
pany to serve as Under Secretary
of the Department oi tne interior
During this period he played a
active nart in developing natio
nal power and water policies and
a policy relative to the develop
ment of the St. Lawrence Seaway
Mr. and Mrs. Tudor live in Palo
Alto. California. They have one
dauehter. a student at the Co'lege
of .Pacific at 8iocKion, aiuonua.
Assurance of the full support of able for employes through the vari-
SUNNING SUN Lying low
after some high flying is Chi Chinese
nese Chinese airline stewardess Mora
Sun, sunning herself on the
beach at TapeL Formosa. Miss
Sun, with Civil Air Transport,
is considered the prettiest Ori Oriental
ental Oriental stewardess aloft.
the Canal administration was giv
en Friday by Gov. Potter to of officers
ficers officers of the Group Health Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Board who met with him in
his office to discuss accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments to date and plans for the
immediate future in initiating hos
pital and health coverage for em employes
ployes employes in the Canal organization.
Those attending the me e t i n g
were Robert Van Wagner, presi
dent of the recently organized
board; Ellis Fawcett, vice presi president;
dent; president; Rufus M. Lovelady, secret secretary;
ary; secretary; and Daniel J. Paolucci, liai liaison
son liaison officer of the Canal organiza
tion to assist in instituting tne in
surance program. .C
.in ("escribing the work.of the
board up to now, Van Wagner
told the Governor xnai memuera
are confident that the required 50
will' Via mat
"The master policy you signed
is a good basic insurance cover coverage,"
age," coverage," he said. "I feel that this
board can do valuable work in
behalf of the employes and can
be instrumental in improving the
benefits in the future."
It was announced Friday that
the board has now received an
ample stock of descriptive broch
ures of the insurance pian i mu mutual
tual mutual of Omaha, which was award
ed a contract to provide Kiuuy
health insurance for Canal em
ployes on competitive bidding.
The Drocnures wc un.s
ered Friday throughout the Canal
.-fl..;iin it is olanned to dis
tribute one to each employe. If
anv Canal unit or any group of
employes laus 10 receive sup supply
ply supply of the pamphlets, copies may
be received immediately by call calling
ing calling Van Wagner or communicat
ing witn memoers vi
Application forms also are avail
oils board members.
The insurance board members
hope to initiate the insurance at
an early date. It will require at
least 50 per cent employe mem membership
bership membership before the plan becomes
effective on a non-selective with without
out without physical examination) basis.
During the coming week an in
formation desk will be establish established
ed established in various nlarps nn the At
lantic and Pacific sides. This in
formation service is being provid
ed Dy Andrew m. wrignt, agent
for Mutual of Omaha. He will an answer,
swer, answer, individual questions on the
olicy and its coverage and will
ave available copies of the de
scriptive brochures, and applica applications
tions applications forms. r
Wrieht has announced the fol
lowing schedule at the various loca
tions next week
Monday, Division of "Storehous "Storehouses,
es, "Storehouses, Balboa; Tuesday, Commissar
Division office at Mt. Hope:'
Wednesday -.Motor Transportation
Division ln-Ancon; Thursday, Mo
tor Transportation Div v i s i o n in
Cristobal: and Fridav. n n a .
Hospital in the morning, and the
numiumrauon Building rotunda
in the afternoon.
Bildon, Inc. Bids
Low On PanCanal's
NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 26 (UP)
Mrs. E. A. Richard yesterday
found Junior, who ran away last
August, and took him home." She
claimed the four foot alligator'
ed he had escaped to city park who moved here two 7
t hah nri hor hnm tV.mftr 35 Years 5 uiu v-..
IIUlll m ULU .aw J ....
Old Folks Baseball
Game Proves Falal
ct pf.tf.sBURG. Jan. 26 (UP 1
The death of a 75-year-old re
tired Illinois mailman while chas chasing
ing chasing a fly ball during an annual
old folks' baseball game was
blamed today on a heart attack.
Pnl p said waiter
v of a creek. Four teenage
boys dug the dangerous alligator
out of a muskrat hole in the park
Tuesday after seeing it
Accused Qf Slowing
Down Senate Probe
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 (UP)
Sen. John L. McCleUan (D-Ark)
accused the Defense Department,
today of delaying a Senate investi investigation
gation investigation into the business activities
of Assistant Defense Secretary
Robert Tripp Ross and his wife.
McCleUan, chairman of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Investicatine subcommittee.
told the Senate he had intended to
handle the inquiry "As expedi expeditiously
tiously expeditiously as possible" In. fairness to
But 'unfortunately" he said,
"we have encountered delays"
from the Defense Department and
the military services, including
the Army. '
Ross is on leave of absence
from his Dost pending completion
of coneressional investigations in
to possible "conflict of, interests".;
on his part.1
The investigations were prompt prompted
ed prompted by disclosures that firms head
ed by Ross wife and his .brother-in-law,
Herman D. Wynn, have
been granted several million dol dollars
lars dollars worth of defense contracts in
recent years.' : ' -
McCleUan said the sub-IB
committee staff on : Jan. 4 and
again on Jan. 12 asked the De
fense Department, to supply infor
A bid Of $281,120 hv Ttllrlnn Tna I
a local contractor, was the appsr- ?
ent low of three offers received N
for 'the construction of a 12,000-
vmi. power line rrom Mlraflore
Substation to the Cocoli Diesel Sta- i
tion another of,; the-i important
phases of the Panama Canal Com Company's
pany's Company's power' conversion project.
Bildon was also low on Its bid of
$357,620 on the alternate, schedule
Bids for the project were open open-ed
ed open-ed yesterday morning lii the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building at Balboa
Heights. Offers were also receiv received
ed received from L. R. Sommer, and the
Electric Service Company who are
also local contractors.
This project provides for the
construction of a 12,000-volt over overhead
head overhead and underground nowr Hn
from Miraflores Substation to the
Cocoli Diesel Station. It also in-' ;
eludes two 10,000 KVA transform- -ers
and a short circuit test on one
transformer. i ;
The alternate schedule stipulates
that all the power lines be con constructed
structed constructed underground.
This power fine will form a main
tie-line for the transfer of power
between the Cocoli Diesel Sta Sta-tion
tion Sta-tion and the Miraflores Substation:
After the power, system has
been completely converted to 60 60-cycle,
cycle, 60-cycle, this station will become the
main standby station for the Can Canal
al Canal Zone and the Miraflores Diesel
Station will be retired from serv
ice. ;; Vv-w""'-,;.
lx A A - it A a, i I
...... ii fi-ilran
in VUia rara, iu.f wa -'
. I,..r4 tta. k while chaSUlg
.-hn He was pronounced deadimatien on. all contractsheld by
-waffelnroH arnvai as a w "J""'
14 Hungarian Refugees Sent Back;
three For Subversive Activities
Federal Immigration t-omniis-
cinnon Tncenh W. Swine disclosed
DETROIT, Jan. 26 (UP) Ma- toJay tnat 14 Hungarian refugees
rio Bonfigilio, 18, lighted a cig-now nave been returned to Aus-
aret ia a pool room yesterdav tria three of them on grounds of
iir i ctiTX7-T-iM- i.n 9 fTiPi Un American Activities,
charged uiai tmnuuuiu - --among
among --among the first wave of refugees
hrnncht here. After hearing
other three was found x before1 nlght ,Dd "n "'P10"011 blw P,rt "subversive activity.,
IAUOA CttlSTOIAL nightfall ended the search
More planes and ships were or-
He said another 100 refugees
out of nearly 23,000 brought h?re
BALBOA TJDES -SIN
CAY. JANUAIT 27
) 1 t
I 4 p m.
of the wall out.'
Police said "Bonfigilids lighted!
cisaret apparentlr caused a ecu
dered to the Keen at riawn. rrisci mulated gas from a leaky pipe toicinc, the Hungarian revolt still
crossing the sea to the 'north of explode. t I are under investigation. Subver-
the tiny island where the three Bonfigilio received minor burns, MVe charges against still another
fliers were safely rescued. ibut H oher persons in the pools) was "fingered" as a Hungarian
i room were uninjured.
Last Is First
At the same time. Navy divers
went into shallow waters where
parts of the wreckage were re re-Dortedlv
Dortedlv re-Dortedlv stxitid vtriv
DETROIT. Jan. 26 (UPV-Curtis
Rescue planes found two m e a E. Keefer. 50, who. founded a 14 14-from
from 14-from one plane and a third from (member group known as the Last
the other ill fated bomber eicit- Man dub, was the first member
edty maving their arms and Sash-jot the clwb to die.
- i ... ... S M. -1. w J . t. M...u
ii'S iT:ifc mirrors irom uie Deaca; 'nc ciu rcnicv m tiiui
of a tiny, brish covered Klatd. land met once a year to admire a
.The three survivors re all in bottle o whi.ky ia the ait The!
7 3 m-tm.
7:50 p.m. 1 from shock.,'
police official, but turned out to
be a two-year-old cniid.
The Immigration Commissioner
made the disclosures following
closed-door testimony before the
HotiFe Immigration subcommittee
which is investigating operation
of the Hungarian refugee relief
program. ; J
Subcommittee Chairman Fran-
good ondition and suffering on-jbotfe J to be. the legacy, of .13 eis E. Walter (D-Pa), who also
Swing, he aid he stiU was
satisfied." j t
He was challenged by another
committee member, Rep. Patrick
J Hillinfis (D-Calif ), who. said
there Aas been "no clear showing
as yet that great numoer ei
Communist came in.
Swine did not name tne three
refugees ousiea Because ot sub subversive
versive subversive activity, nor did he de
scribe the specific charges
against them. He said only that
"their subversive activity was
such that we decided they were
better out than in."
Of the other 11 returned, he
said three or four asked to go
back and the remainder were ac accused
cused accused of giving false informatioa
to immigration officials.
.... i r.
has.nounced on Jan. i mat nine rei-
gces bad been returned up w
lime. Eight of them, including a
family of five, were accused of
giving immigraiton authorities
fake information. The ninth asked
U be sent back.
Tteniit Walter's statement that
he was not satisfied, Swing said
he felt the House subcommittee
believed immigration officials
were doing a- "fairly decent job"
of screening refugees under Uie
to lle final members.
beads the House Committee on
Famiy Of Five
The l Justice Department
He said charges against some
of the refugees "come in every
day" and are checked by 32 im immigration
migration immigration investigators. stationed
at the Camp Kilmer, N.J., recep
Walter said the subcommittee
will call Swing back as a pubUc
witness after President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower sends Congress his specific
proposals for amending the immi-
craUon laws, waiter said he ex
poets the President's recommen-
an-,dations next Thursday,
The subcommittee has now been
informed, he said, that the De Defense
fense Defense Department wiJ not be able
to supply the information until
February 8. He said this means
that it will oe two weeks before
the subcommittee staff can com commence
mence commence Its study. '..'
Yimcs Copy Redder
Held For' Contempt
Given Prison Term v
WASHINGTON. Jan.-2 fITPi
Robert Shelton, New York Times
copy reader, waa sentenced t o
six months in jail and fined $500
waay lor contempt of Congress.
Federal Judge Ross Riziey. who
imposed the penalty, allowed the
newspaperman to remain free wi
der $1,000 bond pending aa ap ap-peal.
peal. ap-peal. -:r '" i
Shelton, 30, a ", Time copyre d d-er
er d-er for six years, was found guilty
last week of unlawfully refusing
to answer two questions before
Senate internal security subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee last January. He refused'
to say whether be was I Com-!
' Ia arguing for probation his
lawyer noted that Shelton is a
very young m with an unblem-.
Times has said Shelton will t-!! t
main an employee until the ratej j
is finally concluded, presumably i (
before the Supreme Court.
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