The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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Several excited residents of Pa Pa-rita
rita Pa-rita Place in Ancon got their first
unscheduled view of a television
program transmitted from Miami,
Florida Saturday night.
This was the first reported trans transmission
mission transmission on the Isthmus. It was
ustained over a two-hour period.
Today Mr. and Mrs, John F.
Harn were wondering whtthtr
this was just a "freak" in thair
brand-now sst, or whether thoy
could look forward to mort of tho
same this week.
The Ancon couple had purchas purchased
ed purchased a 21-inch TV set earlier in the
week and Saturday night Hern
and a neighbor, Charles Beldon
were sitting around their home at
504 T-arita Place when the men
decided to turn on the set.
Some weird noises emanated,
and suddenly Beldon yelled that
he could make out a face on the
screen.
Horn, attributing tho "vision"
to tho fact that his neighbor
wore glasses, shrugged it off.
But soon, 14-year-old son Jackie
Hern conformed the fact that here
indeed was a real television show
coming on the screen. His screams
were so loud that residents in the
adjoining houses heard and came
running.
Within a few "minutes the Hern
livingroom was jammed full of
curious spectators who sat with
their eyes glued to the set, (One
of the neighbprs was Balboa Ma Magistrate
gistrate Magistrate Judge John E. Deming and
family)
For two hours Zonians were
treated to their first real taste of
Stateside television, coming from
Station WJTV in Miami.
Sometimes the image faded for
a few seconds, but in general,
the programs were clear and the
sound perfect, according to TV TV-viewersv
viewersv TV-viewersv -' '"
"What excitement!" Mrs. Hern
recalls today, "we couldn't sleep
all that night." y
She said today they saw "I Love
Lucy" with Lucille Ball, a dram dramatic
atic dramatic show called I "I Led Three
Lives," a musical program featur featuring
ing featuring Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, a
puppet show and a quiz which died
out in the middle, leaving t h e
Zone spectators wondering how
a honeymoon couple who were the
contestants, made out,
Mrs. Horn said she had heard
a report last week that somoono
in Gatun picked up something
on thoir scresn, but this was not
confirmed. i
"Anyway," she added, "we've
got witnesses and plenty of
them."
Last night a group of people
gathered again in the Hern house,
and watched the set expectantly,
but nothing happened.
jil Term, $15 Fi:
Follow ludecenl
Exposure Charge
For exposing himself indecently,
Jacinto Corrales was given a 15 15-day
day 15-day jail sentence by the Cristobal
Magistrate today.
In addition, the 38-year-old Pa
namanian defendant was fined $15
for vagrancy. He was seen. walk walking
ing walking along the waterfront in Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City by a Canal Zone police policeman
man policeman who brought him in for va vagrancy.
grancy. vagrancy.
Later two complaints from young
girls in the area that they had
seen a man exposing himself in indecently
decently indecently resulted in the charge
being filed against Corrales who
was identified by the girls.
This is the second case in one
week. Last week an v American
soldier was found guilty on the
Pacific side for the same viola violation.
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East C:rm:n Reds
Ti;!;!:.i Ccnlrols
0.rTru!raS To Wcsl
BERLIN, Jan. 30.-(UP)-The
East German (Communists have
tightened controls on trains run running
ning running from the Soviet zone to East
' Berlin, West Berlin police, said to today.
day. today. Police headquarters said the
Communists apparently were try trying
ing trying to curb the flow of East Ger German
man German visitors to an agriculture
show in West Berlin.
They said Communist police
were carrying out thorough checks
on trains running to East Berlin
and that passengers were being
cuestioned about their travels. No
arrests were reported. 1
Western, police said there had
been large numbers of visitors
from the Communist zone to the
"Green -Week'J annual-West Grf
man agricultural show at West
Berlin's fair grounds.

US Won't Aid
Arab-Israel
Arms Race

WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 (UP)
The United States t looct
. (vag 1U1 U1C
present, will look for some way to
eme we israeu-AraD dispute on
the didomatic front rathor
join in any arms race.
Administration officials emph emphasised
asised emphasised this policy today in re refusing
fusing refusing to comment directly on a
joint pioa by former President
Truman and Mrs. Eleanor Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt that America "should now
provide" Israel with defensive
arms.
They urged in -a statement that
Israel be provided with U.S. arms
to balance thnsA Fluvnt it rscoiuina
from the Soviet bloc.
The search for new Middle East
npacp moves -was listed ai in im
portant part of the meetings be-
ginmng iwiay Deiween rresiaent
Eisenhower and British Prime
Minister Anthony Eden,
Israel has asked the United
States for 150 million worth of de defensive
fensive defensive arms. At the time the
quest was submitted, the adminis
tration promised it wouia receive
"sympathetic consideration."
But tho Israeli arms bid was
put on ice when Israel attacked
a Syrian outpost on Dec. It an
adtion that drew unanimous U.
N. Security Council condemnation.
Diplomats believe that the time
may be ripe for a new peace ef effort
fort effort during the next few months
They say both sides have much
to gain by settling the dmute be
fore the already great danger of
war is further increased by an
arms ''-race.
There is considerable optimism
in administration quarters that E-
gy.pt is anxious for a settlement.
Officials believe Israel would be
advised to agree to a settlement
before the Arabs gain an almost
certain military superiority over
the next few years. :
Fly RP D:clcu
To Epidemic' Area
Two SH-19 helicopters from
the 26th Air Rescue Squadron,
Al'orook Air Force Base this
morning flew three doctors from
the Panama Department of
Health and. one Army doctor to
Palmar to survey and diagnose
a reported epidemic in t h a t
area.
Dr. Alberto Blssot, director of
Public Health, initiated the re request
quest request for the flight through.nor through.nor-mal
mal through.nor-mal diplomatic channels. From
the Department of Public Health,
Dr. Arturo Tapla, chief of the
Epidemiology Section; Dr. Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Kourany," chief of the Cen Central
tral Central Laboratory and Dr. Gulller Gulller-mo
mo Gulller-mo Bernales, chief of the sani sanitary
tary sanitary Unit together, with Capt.
M. G. Patton, chief of Preventive
Medicine of the U. s. Army, Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Surgeon's of fie, were
flown to Palmar leaving Albrook
at 0:30 this morning. Besides
the four, doctors, the two hell hell-copters
copters hell-copters piloted by Maj. George
O. Hambrlck and Capt. Paul W.
Van Boven carried medical and
laboratory equipment to assist
In the diagnosis,
The reason for the use of heli helicopter
copter helicopter is due to the rugged ter terrain
rain terrain that reqires some 12 hours
to reach by land travel from
Penonome.
CZ Civil Defense
Meetings Set
For This" Week :
Civil defense meetings hove
been announced as loiiows:
Margarita Service Center
Theater, 9 a.m., Wednesday.
Rainbow City School Study
Hall, 6:30 p.m.. Wednesday.
In Balboa at 9 a.m., Thurs.
day at the USO-JWB on La Bo Boca
ca Boca Road.
Members of the Civil Defense
Sel-Protection Program are ex expected
pected expected to attend for the Pur Purpose
pose Purpose of hearing W. G. Dolan,
Chief of Civil Defense. dlsucu?s
preparations for the annual t?"st
erercise: How the Canal Zone
Civil defense Organization will
operate inn disaster.
The motion picture "Let's
Face It," will be shown.
The general public of various
communities is invited to the
meetings.
Eqrlv Shopper
GREENSBORO, N. C. Jan. 30
(UP) Police who checked a sup supermarket
ermarket supermarket at 3 a.m. today found
Walter Franklin Lewis, 42, casual casually
ly casually walking through the aisles and
filling his market basket without
bertrnrtf-als flerk Hewas
charged with breaking and enter entering.
ing. entering.

DEOUNKER
II. L. MENCKEN
DIES IN SLEEP
BALTIMORE, Jan, 30 (UP)
H.L. Mencken, the caustic critic
of "Boobus Americanus," a cele celebrated
brated celebrated newspaperman and a
noted language scholar, died
early yesterday of a heart sei seizure.
zure. seizure. He was 75.
Mencken was stricken In his
sleep and died peacefully at the
Baltimore home he shared with
his brother, August.
The manner of his death con
trasted sharply with his life as
a literary "disturber of the
peace." From his pen as news
paperman, essayist ana maga
zine editor flowed for more than
a 'quarter of a century a stream
of vitriolic comment about both
sacred and profane aspects of
U. S. life that both delighted
ana enraged readers.
He spared nothing even reli
don and democracy. But his
favorite targets were bigots,
prudes, misguided idealists, and
mediocrity
Mencken regarded nothing
except possibly German beer and
Bethoven as above criticism.
He was the author of a schol scholarly
arly scholarly work. "The American Lan Language,"
guage," Language," which is regarded as the
world's foremost treatise on the
English idiom.
Funeral services will be pri private.
vate. private. A family spokesman said
the arrangements may not be
announced in advance.
His non-conformist viewpoint
was perhaps summed up best in
the epitaph which he wrote ior
nimseil years airo. it saia:
"If,v after I depart this vale,
you ever remember me and have
thouehts to please my ghost, for
give some sinner and wink your
eye at some homely girl."
Crocodiles Beware
A Lady Cometh!
LONDON, Jan; 30 (UP)-A 20-
year-old British noblewoman,
honeymooning in India, has kill killed
ed killed a crocodile with the first shot
she ever fired in her life, it was
reported here today.,
Reports from India said Lady
Amabel Lindsay made- the kill
last week. Her husband is Sir
fatrick Lindsay, son of the Earl
of Crawford.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA'S popular all-girl singing group
"Belles of Indiana" sponsored by the USO Camp Shows arriving
at Albrook Air Force Base today for a seven-day schedule of
performances In the Canal Zone. The group under the guidance

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UP IN THE AIR Mexican matador Juan Estrada Is hurled' Into the air by the first bull he
faced at La Macarena bullring yesterday afternoon. The veteran Estrada suffered a deep gash
in his left leg and had to be rushed to Santo Tomas Hospital where he will remain for about
15 days. Manolo Marquez, the young matador vwho was competing against Estrada, finished
off the bull and then fought three more to complete the corrida,

Spectators Tell How 'Men Became Beasts'
In 10-Death Baltimore Tire Stampede

BALTIMORE, Jan. 30 (UP)
Eyewitnesses told today how
"men became beasts" when fire
set off a wild trampling panic at
a church supper. Two persons
died in the flaming melee. v
At least 227 others wete injur
ed and several were still report
ed missing.
The flash fire broke out about
5 p.m. yesterday in the Quonset Quonset-roofed
roofed Quonset-roofed community hall of subur suburban
ban suburban Brooklyn, Md., as 110 men,
women, and children were at
tending a festive oyster roast
sponsored by the Catholic
Churcn or St. Kose or Lima,
Lawrence O'Brien, chairman
rP a military insUllatic-
of the Isthmus.
(USAF Official Thoto)

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of the arrangement committee
for the ill-fated dinner, told of
the horrible stampede for safe
ty that ensued:
"Men became beasts. I saw
men beating women to get to a
door or window. Men and women
shrieked and screamed and
cried."
O'Brien leaped to a table and
yelled to the terrified crowd to
keep calm, but his voice was
drowned out in the ; irenziea
babble of the crowd.
The Rev. Francis Wills, assist
ant rector of St. Rose of Lima,
also made a futile effort to calm
the crowd.; But the terror that
stalked the hall would not be
stayed. Many were trampled in
the crush for exits. -
Others lumped, were pushed,
or were thrown through windows
as flames suddenly enveloped
the roof.
There were reports that some
TV Producer
Boy Gets 2nd
NEW YORK, Jan. 30 (UP)- A
14-year-old high school honor stu student
dent student who lives in a Third avenue
tenement was given another chance
today to win a $100,000 television
jackpot. The producer of the show
admitted an incorrect question Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night.
George L. Wright III, a scholar scholarship
ship scholarship student at a Manhattan
parochial school, answered ques questions
tions questions about magic, chemistry, base baseball,
ball, baseball, Bach and Benjamin Franklin
and then stood silent, when asked
the final question about the jazz
of the 1920's.
Disappointment was written all
over George's face after ne was
asked on the NBC show "The Big
Surprise" who wrote "Betty Co Coed.",:,
ed.",:, Coed.",:,
George has become an expert on
the jazz of the '20's by learning
to play the ukelele in his family's
cold-water walkup, flat over a store.
Most music arranged for the uke
fad of the 1920's, and George was
was published during the big uke
surprised when a song he never
Woman Prospector
Digs Up Diamond
Worth $42,000
JOHANNESBURG, South A A-frica,
frica, A-frica, Jan. 30 (UP) Mrs. M. Lie Lie-benberg
benberg Lie-benberg reported today that it
pays for a woman to dig up her
own diamonds. ( 1
After three months Of pro prospecting,
specting, prospecting, Mrs. Llebenberg found
a 315 carat diamond which she
sold for 15,000 pounds ($42,000.)
The diamond, discovered after
three months of prospecting on
the' Noc't''edacht-'diamond -dig
gins of Kimberly, was reported
to a perfect otahedron.

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of the doors of the hall were
not used.
But fire officials refused to
say, pending an official investi investigation
gation investigation report, whether they
found any doors locked or oth otherwise
erwise otherwise barred from use. ,.
Rescue workers at the scene
told reporters during the night
and early morning that. 12 bod bodies
ies bodies has been found, but Sgt.
Thomas Smith of the Maryland
state police said later that an
official recount, showed 10 bod bodies
ies bodies in the building.
Only parts of some bodies were
found, and this- may have con contributed
tributed contributed to the apparent error
in the earlier count.
The 10 bodies v were found in
the building near the 12-foot-wide
main door.-.
Firemen said the crowd appar apparently
ently apparently rushed for the main door,
ignoring to a large extent six
smaller exits In the building.

Asks Incorrect Question
Chance To Win $100,000

had heard of was mentioned in the
quiz:
But after George left the studio,
one of the composers of the song,
Paul Fogarty, telephoned long
distance from Chicago. He said he
and crooner Rudy Vallee wrote the
song and it was copyrighted in 19 19-30.
30. 19-30. That took it ouut of the 1920's
category.
Steven Carlin, producer of "The
Big Surprise," said he arranged
with the sponsors for George ; to
come back and try again for the
jackpot next Saturday night.
Chinese Festival
Queen Must Obey
Dad. Spouse. Son
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30 (UP)
The biggest Chinatown outside
the Orient will pick a queen to
morrow but without benefit of
bathing suits or tape measure.
'
Judges ruled out curves and
comeliness as necessary attributes
for the young lady who will be
picked to reign over the1 festival
marking the advent next month of
the Chinese year 4654.
H. K. Wong, publicity chairman
for the festival committee, said
the girl who gets the nod must
have these qualities:-
I. Be marriageable and profi proficient
cient proficient in the art of cooking.
2. Have agreed to obey her
father, and future husband and
son.
9.-Possess-"serniitr-of -spirit - dis
cretion of speech, virtuous bcha-
viour and industry.

.(ecttons
About

World

NEW YORK, an. 30 (UP) British Prime Minister
Sir Anthony Eden arrived today for top level talks with
President Eisenhower and said he believed the President's
weekend reply to Soviet Premier Nicolai Bulganin was
"admirable."
Eden arrived aboard the Queen Elizabeth with a par party
ty party of 25 for his conference with the President which was
to begin in Washington with a 1 p.m. lunch engagement.

He was scheduled to fly from La Guardia airport to Wash
ington in the Columbine III.
Asked if he thought the Bulganin-Eisenhower ex exchange
change exchange would improve international relations, Eden said
he tought world tension was ''about normal."

"We think this is a timely mo moment
ment moment for a constructive effort by
our two countries," he said.
"Wnenever we are together in
foreign policy and purpose that is
the best contribution to peace."
Eden recalled that he had not
visited this country for 18 months.
His last trip being with Sir Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill, then prime minist
er.'
l!o said hf vas rlaJ t' Le I'erc
to consult with Air. i-iaetihower
and Secretary of State John Fost
er Dulles and said "the thing that
adds to our pleasure is that the
President himself is well enough
to take part in the talks.
Eden remarked that no Amer American
ican American had ever been more popular
in Britain than President Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. 'We have come, to do," he said,
"what I believe will be a useful
and constructive work together.
However we are not here to make
headlines."
In a brief shipboard news con conference
ference conference attended by 100 reporters
and cameramen, Eden made these
quick points:
1. MIDDLE EAST: "I am an anxious
xious anxious to make progress on the Mid Middle
dle Middle Eastern problem..." He said
Israel's request for American
arms was a matter for Washing Washington
ton Washington to decide.
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2. FORMOSA: "Our policy and
position on Formosa was laid
down some time aeo and it has
not changed.
"The only fair thing Is to ask
the boy back and give him a one-
part music question of the '20's."
Carlin said. "If he answers it, he
wins, it tie aoesnt, he gets the
$25,000 he's already won. ;
- "I feel stupid about this. I chang
ed the music Question Friday night,
It originally involved the identifica
tion of the composers of Jenine,
which was written in 1928. When I
saw the question. I thought 'Jenine,'
"lJiane,' and 'Charmame' all tend
to become confused.
"I thought I knew every song of
the '20's, including the fact that
'Yes We Have No Bananas was
taken from Handel's 'Messiah.'
Whether George gets the $100,000
or just $25,000, he plans to put most
of what is left alter taxes into a
trust fund to finance his college
education and to help his 12-year
old sister, Fredricka and 10-year
old brother, Peter.
Lucky Luciano Calls
Narcotics Hookup
'Same Old Charges1
NAPLES, Italy, Jan. 30 (UP)
Former New York vice king
Charles Lucky Luciano denied to today
day today he had any connection with
a narcotics ring in the United
States.
Luciano was informed that fed federal
eral federal officials in New York had
linked his name with Edward
Sandello, an accused narcotics
wholesaler.
"It's still the same people re
peating the same charges," said
Luciano, who was deported to
Italy in 1946. "They proved wrong
every time,' and here they are
T with more- of the- name.-'-
"I never met this Sandello. Why
can't you guys leave me alone2"

Lurrent

Tension

Normal

3. H-BOMB: "I don't want to
make an off-the-cuff policy on H H-bomb.
bomb. H-bomb. I have had much to say
about that in the past and I may
have more to say after our con conference
ference conference has finished."
4. GERMANY: "We are in fav,
or of unification of Germany. We
have not chanppd our policy nor
I think have n."
S. COLCMALIS A: Ln s i ,i
would be a "good idea" if there
could be a joint Anglo-American
statement on colonialism after alt alter
er alter the Washington talks,
Foreign Secretary S e 1 w v n
Lloyd also made a statement for
the cameras and newsmen layins
"Anglo-American friendshiD and
practical cooperation are the cor
nerstone for peace.
A group of pickets paraded a-
cross the street from the pier as
Eden arrived carrying placards
urging Irish independence.
The Prime Minister's meeting
with Mr. Eisenhower will be their
first since last summer's Big Four
summit meeting at Geneva.
tat Prc!j:li:n:r
Vtndsrs To (curl,
Ends In D:3 J::!
A teen-age Panamanian who was
on probation, went looking for
trouble in the Balboa Magistrate's
Court this morning and found it.
As a result of his wandering into
the courtroom today, Arthur S.
Williams, 17, will spend the next
15 days in the Balboa jail.
The youth was found guilty' of
battery on Jan. 3, fined $10 and
given a 15-day jail sentence which
was suspended on the condition
that be attend school regularly and
keep out of the commissary, and
the ferry area where he had prev previously
iously previously gotten into trouble.
This morning, he and a buddy
wandered into the courtroom at a a-bout
bout a-bout 8:30 When Judge John E.
Deming noticed Williams, he ask
ed what he was doing in court ai
the hour he should have been in
school.
The youth said he was on -nis
way to visit a sick brother at tho
hospital1. He was detained while
a check was made wih Mrs. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, the boy's mother, who said
she had sent him off to school as
usual this morning. She added that
the boy was going to visit the
brother tonight.
Williams had been accused of
truancy during his conviction ear earlier
lier earlier this month. As a result of to today's
day's today's incident, his probation was
revoked and he started servinj
out the 15-day sentence.
Soviet Men
Adopting
Western Fashions
MOSCOW. Jan. 30 (UP) Thi
bellbottom trousers that have ber t
a distinguishing feature of men s
clothing in Russia for many years
may give way to western fashioa
this spring, a Moscow newspapr?
said today.
The paper "Soviet Trade'' sat 1
the latest fashion in trousers ;
feature shorter and more nam
legs making them "more praclie;.!
to wear."
Th article matto na i,l
shortening the fashionable K'V;i; --'
lc-lcnjjtli sleeves.



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It is just at this time 1 got affected with a serious adack
of "apprenenslon," and yien 1 could hear nothing more of the
proposition or the proposer until a list of the officers elected for
1958 appeared in ft weekly paper I observed that the name of this
"Proposer" was dropped entirely. May I ask "por Que?"
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Kill IVUliUSUlU 11 A UA
tion. If so, I highly commend
for their Judicious action, that
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in the same channel that has proven a graveyard for the funds

That suggestion seems to have been actuated by more egoism
than the altruism which it tried to convey. Inveotment In U.S.
Saving Bonds may appear a slow process ot investment but is
the only sound medium available, and until something Deuer
srjows up should be continued. If the board's action is motivat motivated
ed motivated by the foregoing rambllngs It may be compared to a hen that
trusts no shadow. At the appearance of an overhead shadow
ahe summons her chicks under her wings for safety so the board
may be Justified in not trusting any "big brain" with a gut euge
security proposition, but simply eliminate proposer and proposi proposition.
tion. proposition. May I fiay Bravo, well done v

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

S Sir:

! Listened last night to Henry J. Taylor's talk on what General
Motors was going to do this year, and wondered why vhey were
I aiready laying oil help for a 15-day period this month. Amer-
lean Weekly of Jan. 8, shows the finest display of motors oi ail
3 kinds 1 ever saw, and about all the sales they make are trade-ins
and long-term payments on the balances. It doesn't look like
a boom to me. ' "'
t Panama American of Nov. 23 and 24 showed up yesterday,
the first in gome time, and I see that peron is in trouble there
1 on account of his religious belief. Mrs. Haroy hit his press agent
f about right. : -i '- ',
I t,.Our mall service to Latin America is getting worse all the
time. The way the mail is handled is doing the country no good,
I but all I can dp is wait for another election. I belong to a party
that decides elections and under no obligations to either of the
!citi parties. In either words, Independent, and there are a lot
of them in the Lone Star State.
" The dry cold has a little moisture in it this morning, and
I Dallas and other parts of North Texas reports to light snow this
; morning, but we don't look for It this far South.
J Damage 'from the freeze in the Valley was quite heavy, wip wiping
ing wiping out the tomato crop. Laredo is flooded with tomatoes from
' Mexico. Reports are that Mexico can't supply the demand. Still
plenty of them In the can left. .......

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PASSED IP

Sir:

Recently I was passed up for promotion after 30 years service
in favor of one of the boss' poker pals.
; My first reaction was to hurry up to Mr. Dooling, from there
; to the Governor, thence to the Civil service Commission, Vet Veterans
erans Veterans Administration and even to Ike himself to get justice.
! However, being a working Chrsitian, it has long been my
'practice, before taking any drastic action, to enter my chamber,
get down upon my knees and ask Divine guidance. I then open
; my Bible at random and govern my conduct by what I read in
the first verse I see.
; on this occasion I opened to the ninth chapter of The Acts
and read, "It is bard for thte to kick against the pricks."

STOCKHOLDERS OF
CERVECERIA NACIONAL, S. A.
(NATIONAL BREWERY INC)
; We wish to remind you that the regular
General Assembly of Stockholders will be
held in the Main Office of the Company,
Eloy Alfaro Avenue No. 77, Panama Qty,,
! on Monday January 30th, 1956 at 7 p.m.
' In accordance with the By-Laws of our
Company this meeting can not he held un unless
less unless one-half plus one of the total number
of stockholders are present or represented
by proxy, and at least one-half of the capi capital
tal capital stock is represented.
Stockholders who are unable to attend
... L!i pecling.glIOUT;P. FORWARD THEIR
. TROXIES in due time.
THE SECRETARY

44 to 4Wtnl

be Impatient 't i
v. "-CO"
the board of management for
it was not oeing iniluenced by
itiirrihl tlindS ftf th Asxnolflt lfin
Mediator
"Pop" Wright
. Spiked

Labor News
And ;V
Comment

ly VICTOR RIESEL
Until the contents of the Buleaa
u note to President Eisenhower
was outlined, I'd have made book
it was a pleasant word of thinks
for a decision of the San Fran
cisco Circuit Court of Appeals
wmcn opened our war plants and
sea coasts to a hew wave of spies
ana saooteurs.
If the Russians aren't grateful
they're really uncivilized. And at
tne same time, someone bad better
develop k cure for baldness in
high places because our chief se security
curity security officers and police are tear tearing
ing tearing their hair out.
The court decision came down
on Oct. 26 last. It is news today
because the Justice Dept. has just
gotten 60 days from the Supreme
Court in which to prepare an
appeal.
The San Francisco court simply
wiped out the use of secret in informers
formers informers by the FBI, the Army,
the Navy, the Air Force and all
other security and counter-espionage
forces.
The case involved Some West
Coast seamen who were screened
by the Coast Guard, which de
cided that they must be fired. The
court ruled, however, that a man
cannot be dismissed from civilian
employment on the, basis of secret
information.
Only those charges which can
be supported by witnesses in open
confrontation with the accused
could be used by the Coast Guard
against a merchant seaman who
has access to our strategic qocks,
the Sa: Francisco court said, in
effect. -'
This would mean that the Coast
Guard intelligence officers would
have to expose their counter-in
telligence agents, their informers,
their sources, such as the FBI,
and their entire undercover oper
ation whenever they wanted to re
move a man found injurious to
our safety.
Furthermore, this would set a
precedent affecting every war
plant, every secret aircrait instal installation,
lation, installation, every atomic and thermo
nuclear bomb factory, inese em
ploy civilians. They are screened
by many Federal agencies--mciua-ing
the little publicized Industrial
Emoloves Security Board which
keep watch on such bagatelle
item as radar. suDersonic lets.
the inter-continental ballistic thing
and new atomic motors.
If these asencies had to expose
their undercover men in each case,
we'd need an army of secret
aeents. or we'd just have to give
up safeguarding the nation against
espionage and sabotage.
This is fine a you oon t care
whether or not your boy, -or your
boy friend, is going to ride high
in some let oeoenaeni on swui
interplay of thousands of miles of
sensitive electronics jammed into
one aircraft.
it vmi don't rr. the covern-
ment does. When U.S. Solicitor Solicitor-nnor!
nnor! Solicitor-nnor! Rimrm SnKploff asked the
Supreme Court last Monday for
time to prepare his appeal against
the San Francisco decision, he
warned that the western court had
thrown out the government's en
ure secret .mormer system.
Obviously he had in mind the
words of his chief, Attorney Gen General
eral General Herbert Brownell, who
sir) th thr Av that he was
burned up by the criticism of the
use of informers. Browneii pointed
out that there was.no otner way
to get at the root of the Com Communist
munist Communist conspiracy without the use
of former Communists and FBI
Nnr Hndt Ttrnwnell stand alone
here.. It may surprise many to
know that the American Civil
t iKorfu. iTninn Hlf Hnesn t be
lieve that the use of informers
endangers our freedoms. ;
There is an official record for
.u t tk rwAt-ii vii made
by one Ernest Angel, speaking for
the ACLU before tne ttumpnrey
Committee in Washington some
time ago. -.f--
The ACLU spokesman warned
that it was too damaging to our
M;,.. .tam in ronuire Con-
frontation by the accused of wit
nesses who are careiuiiy-irameu
professional counter espionage
agents or pouce.
m. iTroncicpn pnurt S Qe-
l iiu pan a -
votion to due process is admir
able. But in tnat aue process we
can lose our defense plants when
we most need them.
You can't tell by looking ot o
man whether he Is married, be because
cause because bochelors worry too. nia.

'' -l J

WASHINGTON (NEA) A
Communist conspiracy to destroy
the value of U.S. passports and to
' break the cover, or force dis
closure of the identities of Ameri American
can American security agents, has been de detected
tected detected by high government offi officials.
cials. officials.
This situation has been develop
ing gradually over the past year.
It arises from an organized effort
to force the U.S. government to
issue passports for unrestricted
travel to people under Communist
direction.
There have been (0 cases over
the years in which the U.S. State
Department has denied passports
to suspected Communists. Thirteen
cases arose in ww. 5
The most important of ihera,
which may be headed for an even
tual Supreme Court test,, concerns
Leonard B. Boudin. It may set
the pattern for whether the govern
ment can be forced to issue a pass
port to any applicant.
Also, it may settle the Issue of
whether the government can be
forced to disclose the identity of
FBI agents or other informants on
Communist activities in America.
Boudin is the ion of Joseph B
Boudin, who was one of the in incorporators
corporators incorporators of what later became

Walter Winclidl In

NIGHTMARO
Imagine a harem with Gina .and
Grace,
With Rita, Anita and Marilyn,
(nr
Each lady has charm and a beau
tiful face
And structural merits delight delightful
ful delightful tn view
Aqd you are the ruler, but new
at the task;
So none of these lovelies you've
aiimmnneri ax vet
Now here is the question: which
one would you asK
As first to engage in, a lovers'
For, would it be Grace with her
elegant style,
Or Swedish Anita, with dia diamond
mond diamond fire.
Or Gina, or Rita or Marilyn's
smile:
What quality rouses the utmost
desire?
I'm glad that the choosing is yours
to decide;
If it were mine, why, certainly,
t ti. .. ,i a. .i n
Bill Taylor
Newspapermen were shaking their
heads over Harry Truman rapping
Bernard uarucn.
'It proves," said one, "Truman
as sure changed since he left
Washingtop."
"You mean," said another, "it
proves he sure hasn't."
rU tvoll rominrlpfi Ye TA.
VAA, IT l 1
"vmi can't make the front pages
rapping midgets."
Maybe the reason Stevenson
't licton to a wiseffuVlike
Truman is that Truman won't lis listen
ten listen to a smart guy like Baruch,
Alin r.nrrtnn'i riescriDtiori of a
public relations counsel: "A press
agent witn a manicure.
Quote by actress Ruth Roman:
"I'd like to do more parts that will
give me a chance to show some something
thing something other than my talent."
Lady, you get right outta here!
In the Roney Plaza Bamboo
Room the topic was the way some
newspapers were overplaying
Grace's marriage.
"Praps," observed a colyumnist,
"thpv fiirs-er thev oufhta make
the most of it becauTe Grace is the
kind of gal who gets married only
once."
At Si Bon a much-married Hol

''Welcome to America MrT Eden!"

Passport Conspiracy
By PETER EDSON

Armtorg Trading Corp. This is the
Soviet purchasing agency in Amer America.
ica. America. His uncle was attorney for
Earl Browder when he was head
of the party,-
Leonard Boudin is a former in instructor
structor instructor at the Communist Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson School in New York. He is a
lawyer who, has handled many
passport cases, including that of
Paul Robeson.
In October 1954, Boudin applied
to have his own passport renewed.
He took an oath that he was not
then a member of the Communist
party. He refused to make an affi affidavit
davit affidavit that he had never been a
Communist.
Boudin's passport application
was twice turned down.
.The second time, Secretary ot
State John Foster Dulles made an
affidavit that Boudin "has been
and continues to be a supporter of
the Communist movement.'V.
Boudin filed suit in federal dis district
trict district court, asking that the State
Department be directed to remove
its restrictions on travel.
Judge Luther W. Youngdahl
denied this petition. But he ordered
the State Department to give Bou Boudin's
din's Boudin's passport application a new
hearing. And he ruled that "the
decision must be substantiated by
lywood starlet whispered to a pal
"You'll never guess who I'm mar-l
rying next.
- "Gimme a hint," was the reply,
"who's he married to now?"
Suggested Hollywood theme song
for Marilyn's return: "Come To
Me, My Marilyncholy Babyl"
Funny thing about Broadway
When you're going up or down it
always seems to be crowded witn
people going in the opposite direc direction.
tion. direction. ;.. ';
In Lindy s a group of showbiz
stars were excited about how easy
the new jet planes make commut commuting
ing commuting between Hollywood and Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. "Isn't It wonderful," said one.
"Hollywood's now only 8 hours
from Broadwav." i
"What makes it wonderful," ed edited
ited edited another, "is that B'way's only
8 hours from Hollywood!"
Charles G." Downing of Eagle
Pass, Texas, believes a more ap appropriate
propriate appropriate ending to the song hit
"16 Tons" would go like this:
Don't call me, St. Peter
Because I can't gol
My soul belongs
.To the C.I.O.
No wonder every girl wants to
be an actress. Helen Hayes winds
im theater, foace winds UD S
princess and Marilyn winds up a
gold mine.
' Item: "Princess Margaret picked
as one of the world's best-dressed
women."
Every kind of a dress a wom wom-an'd
an'd wom-an'd want. Except a bridal gown.
' The Wolf Gallery: The Big Broth Brother:
er: Brother: You suddenly realize he's no
longer patting your back. .The
Planner: Spends the night won wondering
dering wondering if you're gonria invite him
up. .The Beautician: Likes to
fluff your hair (which he adores)
and stroke your chin (which he
finds soooo fascinating). .,. .The
Rina: Usually wears a sparkler
on his ugliest pinky. Breaks the
ice by buying you a pair of scan scan-ties
ties scan-ties in a sin spot. .Daddy Long Long-lees:
lees: Long-lees: Glares at night tlub comics
who feature shady gags, only to
repeat them 'to "yoiTaftefonty tJ
drinks. .The Bored One: Spends
the evening readirg his fingernails
his sox and necktie label. Until
your, ego takes a dive. .The Mus-

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evidence contained in the record."
The government has filed an ap appeal
peal appeal of this ruling to higher court.
If the government should lose
Its case, the Communists would be
in a position to make hay. It has
been said that the international
Communist conspiracy needs 20,000
passports a year for its espionage
and communciauons network,
There is nothing for facilitates
such travel like an American pass passport.
port. passport. Attempts at forgeries and
doctoring of U.S. passports are
numerous.
It is assumed that there are at
least 20,000 or more Communists
now operating in the American un
derground.
At the same time, a passport
breakdown would destroy the value
of the U.S. credentials as a safe
conduct for legitimate travel..
The by-product of this might well
be the impairment of U.S. internal
security, it would give every Com
munist applying for a contested
passport the right to make the
government disclose the work of its
agents combating communism;
FBI pirector J. Edgar Hoover's
recent protest .against revealing
the identities of his informers may
be taken as an indication as to the
seriousness of this threat.
fe Yom
ic Lover: Taps your thigh and leg
n ,nm nn t n m a mii.i.
Grace got an Oscar last year and
a pnnce mis year. What is she
gonna ao tor an encore?
Rptrinninff a? iU i?Mi. nruM
keen honincr enmethino'a ditii.Afi
her instead of someone. .When I
J Aiiaiic iwi ut jruui scu alLcr
you've made a fool of yourself
. .When your big moment be become
come become VnilP hit, hairlnxka Wh.
vnti molrA. fAAl a -1 1 -p .
you re-live it all over again from
Her iusi sraue i ner last taugn.
The Torch is Over when you
decide that the hole in your heart
is just a hole in your head.
The passing of the French star
Mistinguett reminded us that she
was the Dietrich of her day back
when the feminine gam was pretty
much tabu.
"Your legs." she once told Mar-
lene, '"are lovelier than mine. The
secret of my success was that
most ot my audience had never
seen ainx legs before
In her 80's (when she died) Mis Mistinguett
tinguett Mistinguett dated young men almost
to the end. When she learned of G.
B. Shaw's fatal illness the octo octogenarian
genarian octogenarian beauty sighed: "Ah, it
must be terrible to be oldl"
Overheard: "How do you like
that Grace Kelly? She'll do any anything
thing anything to make me jealous!"
East is East s
And West is West
And traffic's getting thicker.
Methinks I'll move
Back to the Bronx
From North to South
Is quicker.
Red Buttons
At Dubrow's the topic was Her
Grace hogging all that front page
publicity. "Marilyn," someone
observed, "must be feeling awful..'
Ooodfrey must be feeling wonder
full" ;
Chas. Jehlinger, late president
of the American Academy of Dram Dramatic
atic Dramatic ; Arts, was renowned for his
tyrannyr-His-t'"' hate-was-dead
space in a scene. Druing a per performance
formance performance by his students, he roar
"What is this interminable pause?"
(Continued on Page 4)

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LlERRY-G0-R0O
tr DHEW PEAHSOiK

WASHTNnmv n.. v-
..WAV". A-UOJW, UiC
firm that engineered the Dixon Dixon-Yates
Yates Dixon-Yates fiasco, is about to harvest a
lUICV Tlllim frnm lh. nn.ioran.nt'.
foreign-aid program. Some govern-
vintiais rrgara n as an in indirect
direct indirect payoff for failure to go
through with Dixon-Yates.
Wholly-owned subsidiary of the
Electric Bond and Share Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation that once owned Edgar Dixon's
Middle South i't,m;.c itk.,-
Services is also the engineering
"im uiai oranea me original Dix Dixon
on Dixon Yates proposal.
ThOUEh th Intprnutinnol
ation Administration headed by
John B. Hollister is doing its level
best to maintain ironclad secrecy,
I Can revpal that his outfit in
to award Ebasco a foreign-aid con-
iract so juicy that eight other com companies
panies companies wanted it. Despite this,
EbaSCO Wa KpWtpd urithnnt nnm.
peUUve bids, by Abbott K. Hamil
ton, director of ICA's Industrial
resources nffir anrl fnrmor vixa
president of Commercial Solvents
Corporation.
lne newly; proposed contract
'alls for a mascivAt reviaur nt
Svneman Rhpe'i tilan inr the.
nomic development of Korea. As
pan oi me survey, tbasco would
review foreign-aid projects re requested
quested requested by the Korean govern government,
ment, government, then would help Hollister
and his ICA solicit bids and award
the construction contracts.
The rlinrhpr it fhsiM1, AamnA
for a 1 per cent commission on
au construction contracts awarded
under the survey. Since the Korean
aid DroEram is ICA'x hieppst the
commissions might run into mil
lions, and DacKstage, the proposal
has literally got ICA's experts
boiling. Rpann' it wnnlH tmnl
Ebasco to approve all sorts of aid
projects desired by the Korean
government. For, the more projects
approved, the hieher Ebasco's
profits.
NO COMMENT"
Despite the violent criticism of
ICA's experts; Hamilton has al already
ready already okayed the 1 per cent com
mission demanded by Ebasco,. The
contract now needs only the ap approval
proval approval of Hollister himself, t
The Korean government, how
ever, is not sold on letting Ebasco
handle the survey. Therefore ICA
is sending four Ebasco represen representatives
tatives representatives to Seoul to win over Syng-
man Rhee. Each will collect a $25-
a-day expense account from ICA
while trying to convince Rhee to
accept Ebasco.
Though such contracts are usu usually
ally usually awarded by ICA's office of
contract relations, this pet project
is being handled by Hamilton per
sonally. Details are so secret that
they have even been kept from
Hamilton's boss, Dr. William F.
Russell.
When Hamilton's office was quer queried
ied queried regarding the proposed con
tract, he refused to talk.
"Any information must come
from the William J;. Caldwell pub public
lic public reports," he said.
Hamilton also refused to com comment
ment comment on whether the deal is de designed
signed designed to compensate the Dixon Dixon-Yates
Yates Dixon-Yates interests for the money lost
on the now famous Dixon-Yates
contract. ;
Caldwell. It turned out, had no
Information available, except that
Ebasco was sending a pilot team
to Korea to study the situation.
Hamilton was then asked for a
personal interview. No reply.
'BARRENBEANED PEARSON
Commerce officials were discus discussing
sing discussing arecent Merry -go-Round story
telling how Fred Lee, the able
ex-Civil Aeronautics administrator,
had been ousted by "barren "barren-beaned"
beaned" "barren-beaned" Secretary of Commerce
Sinclair Weeks and Len Hall, the
"equally barren-beaned chairman
of the Republican National Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. "If Drew Pearson was honest
about it he would have reported
that Lee was as barren-beaned as
both Weeks and Hall, if not more
so." erumb ed one official.
"What are you talking about?"
33rd U.S. President
ACROSS
1 33rd U.S.
President,
Truman
6 He was born
at
Missouri
11 Puffs up""""
13 Legislative
body
14 Relate anew
15 Talk idly
16 Observe
i Toward the
sheltered side
5 Scold
4 Route ab.)
8 Shouts
6 Rent
7 Social Insect
8 Floor covers
8 Husband of
Gudrun
10 Scottish
sheepf olds
12 Hits with
open hand
13 Cubic meter
17 Narrow roads 18 Lous egg
19 Sibling of bud20 Handled
20 Reaches for 21 Weapons
22 Vegetable 22 Defeat
23 Female saint 23 Facility
(ab.)
26 Husband of
Evt
30 Dines
31 Foundation
32 Sailing
33 Assam
silkworm
34 Canvas shelter
35 Fondle
38 Genuine
39 Click-beetles
42 Honey-maker
45 Russian
storehouse
46 Footlike part
49 Type of fur
51 Withstand
hair
54 Everlasting
(poet)
85 Laths
56 Scoff
'down""
1 Possessive
pronoun

chimed in another. "If Pearson
rea!1v wsnterl tn Wl ,.,;u v,:-

. ' v 1 niui Ills
readers he wouldn't be tossing
barbs at others for being barren barren-beaned.
beaned. barren-beaned. He's no advertisement fnf
hair oil. Loot at his picture ia
mai cviuiOD.
v
MEAT TRUST
It hasn't been nrk-.ri.. v..,
Wyoming's trut-bHtin Sen! Jo
0 Mihonev is investiatin? charg charges
es charges that the biff rhn stores are
aininii a stranglehold on the meat
mniisiry.
It used tn tip thof VI-
packers dominated the stocb-itMi
ana pontroiied meet price. Final Finally.
ly. Finally. 50 years a?o the Justice De Department
partment Department moved in 'with m anti
trust snit aeainst Swift and Com.
nRny. o"rress a'o passed th
Kpnriri',k-K'envnn hill in
which broVe up the nackers' con-
irn over m met lMustrv
This law doesn't ffect the chain
tore, however, which are moving
'"n where the nackprs fir A WawAtl
hv law. O'Mahoney has learned
that the b'T cain stores operate
their own d'strih'iting n'ants, pcV pcV-ing
ing pcV-ing plants, feed lots arid even their
own cattle ranches.
Safeway, for examn', has at
'east It meat-distribtiHn ware warehouse.
house. warehouse. 33 ceneral warehouses, and
19 Tnisce'lanpos warehot'ser. ac according
cording according to O'Mahoney's informa information,
tion, information, ;
The Wyoming Senatnt' will p'f
his finrimus before the Senate anti anti-monopoly
monopoly anti-monopoly subcommittee.
. DOTS AND DASHES
M'al Stevpnson h dumnpd bin
political confidant of the Past four-
years.' the man h hand-oicked M
rvn the Democratic tiartv in 1S5"!
femer chirman StpVe Mitche1!
. .The headstrone Mitchell stn"k
out on his own and announced his
candidacy for Governor of TUino's.
However, Stevenson has nnvatelv
ti'rned f"'mbs down on his formef
friend. Illinois Democratic regu regulars
lars regulars will back Herbert Pachen. .
New York's Gov. Averill H'Timan
apnealed to ev-President Tn'man
to he'n revive the collansin" Harri-man-for-President
boom. Trumn
sent back polite word that he
would rather not pet mixe-i up in
he prPionvention fiht. .The De
fense Department is eoing ahead
with plans to supply, the pew West
German army with atomic weap weapons.
ons. weapons. Secretary of Defense Wilson'
would like to furnish the Germans
and our other European allies
with atomic missiles u congress
can be persuaded to remove the
legal barriers. ,"
0
HEADS DRIVE-Gov. Joseph
Foss of South Dakota, former
Marine flying hero, has been
named national chairman of tho
1858 Easter Seal campaign to
help crippled children. I Tha
campaign will run fronTMarcli
10 to April 10. It is sponsored
by the National Society for
Crippled Children, and Adults.
Answer to Previous Puzzle'
24 Solar disk
27 Challenge
28 Continent
29 .Repast
35 Communion
plate
26 Greek letter
42 His wife's
nickname
43 Pertaining to
an age
44 Girl's name
46 Faultless
47 Sea eagle
37 Indian tent
48 Soothsayer
40 Cotton fabrics 50 Devotee
41 Leases 52 Low haunt

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By JOSEPH W. MICHALSKI
Unittd Prtss Staff Correipondent

NEW YORK (UP) The first'
eyeglass hearing aid claimed to s
meet the requirements of the opti-
cal profession by em ploying all the
desirable qualities of standard oph-j
thalmic frames has been made
public.
The eyeglass hearing aid is as i
comfortable, light and attractive as!

nay other pair of eyeglasses "a
wearer might normally have. The
manufacturer states it has created
a full-powered, three transistor
hearing aid, completely contained
in two small capsules designed to
plug into these normal-sized, but
specially constructed frames, be behind
hind behind the ear. (Acousticon Interna International,
tional, International, Jamaica 35, Long Island,
W. Y.)

A fully transistorized pocket ra radio
dio radio pager weighing only 10 ounces
is now being marketed. The man manufacturer
ufacturer manufacturer said the device is car carried
ried carried in the pocket. A buzzer sounds
when the wearer is being paged.
He pushes a button and hears a
voice message over the receiver.
The system iso perated from a
switchboard. To contact someone,
the operator pushes a selector but button.
ton. button. This produces the buzzer sound
on the receiver. (Motorola, Inc.,
Chicago, 111.)

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A new" i mooned ontical instru

ment is a precision-made spyglass,
which enables a housewife to view
anyone who stands outside her
closed door. The viewer, which is
cased in ivory-coiored plastic, is
attached to any door by drilling
a 16 inch diameter hole into which
it is inserted and secured on the
inside with a nut. Fits any two two-inch
inch two-inch door. (Academic Instrument,
Co., Hollywood, Calif.

The chore of polishing silver can
now be eased. Polishing mitts, con consisting
sisting consisting of polishing cloths, are fash fashioned
ioned fashioned into silver polishing mitts
with with tightly knit wristbands.
Said to be good, as well, for polish polishing
ing polishing chrome, brass or copper, they
bring out original luster of silver silver-warei
warei silver-warei after use of non-polishing
cleaners. The polish is right in the
mitt, eliminating the need to use
separate pastes or liquids. (Lord
George, Ltd., New York l,Jtf. Y.)

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FIVE DIE IN CONNECTICUT BLAZE Firemen look at the ruins of a home in Woodmont,
Conn., in which five persons burned to death. Those dead are believed to be Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Junsch; Mrs; Junsch's parents; and one of the Junsch's two children. The second enhd,
Richard, 11, jumped to safety from a window.

Herald Tribune Reaffirms Faith

In Ike; Urges Second Term

NEW YORK. Jan. 30 (UP) -The
New York Herald Tribune said
today that nothing but "the most
rnmmanrlm? reasons" should keeo

president Eisenhower from seek

ing a second term.
"The blunt and objective truth
is that the Republican Party faces
the verv real danger of defeat this
fall unless President Eisenhower
remains at its head, its prestige prestige-laden
laden prestige-laden leader, its two-term presid presid-ent'al
ent'al presid-ent'al nominee," the newspaper
'aid.
In a front page editorial carried
in today's editions of the Hearld
Tribune's New York and Paris edi editions,
tions, editions, the newspaper said:
"Every test of public opinion
shows that the nation, with both
eyes open to the problem of his
health, wants' Mr. Eisenhower to
continue in the White House.
"...Because the hour is grave
and the promise of a peaceful a a-tnmip
tnmip a-tnmip era is so nearlv within our

grasp we, Mr. President, feel it

our solemn responsimuty to avow

(Best SeIert

lour hope and prayer that nothing
short of the most commanding rea rea-jsoni
jsoni rea-jsoni will keep you from accepting
the call of this nation and free

'men everywhere."
I The '"Hearld Tribune long has!
kn ...... f U T...;J..!n .tn..U I

est supporters. It carried a front
page editorial on Oct. 25, 1951, ma many
ny many months before the 1052 nominat nominating
ing nominating conventions, calling for the
candidacy and election of Mr. Ei Eisenhower.
senhower. Eisenhower. At that, time, the Hearld Tribune
said that only at rare intervals
does a nation have a wise and test tested
ed tested man available for leadership.
"Wp VipIipvp that for the Renub-

l lican Party the occasion has now
Un t nli 4 1 CQlH

"We believe that D wight D. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower is the man."
Unnnlrl TVi kn no' B nam arltfnt.

Alio jiuiaiu iiiuuiiv a uvn vnuwi
! ial reaffirms the newspaper's faitf
iin Mr. Eisenhower.

(Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)
. Fiction
MAHJORIE MORNINGSTAR
Herman Wouk
AND E RSON VILLE MacKinlay
Kantor
CASH McCALL Cameron Haw Haw-ley
ley Haw-ley :"'!
TEN NORTH FREDERICK John
O'Hara
THE TONTINE Thomas B. Co-

stain
AUNTIE MAME Patrick Dennis
THE MAN IN THE GRAY FLAN FLANNEL
NEL FLANNEL SUIT Sloan Wilson
THE SMILING REBEL Harnett
Kane
Non-Fiction :
GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne

Morrow Lindbergh
INSIDE AFRICA -THE
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Rachel L. Carson
NIGHT TO REMEMBER Wal-
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THE POWER OF POSITIVE
THINKING Norman Vincent
?eale. '
ifEAR OF DECISIONS Harry
J. Truman.

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Before
3 Piece set "Heros" style No.263 ............ $195.00
Super Modern Tropical "S'' style No.653 .... 165.00
Karpen style with Table freen upholstered 450.00
3 Fiece set "Nuevo California'' style ...... 295.00
"Miramar" style ,. 240.00
"Tropical" style large fancy arm 175.00
Simmons Studio Couch No.1655-4570 jreen 205.00
Simmons Easy Chairs green 80.00

80.00
19.50

Simmons Easy Chairs red

Adjoining Livinj Room (ables triangle style

Adjoining Living Room tables Rattan .. 29.50
"European" Living Room Round Tables . 25.00
''European" Living Room Adjoining Tables 19.50
Bamboo Chairs No.607 ... .... . . ..... . ... 27.50
Bamboo Chairs No.603 : 22.50
Cotton Rugs 25.00
FOR YOUR DINING ROOM
"Habana'' style Dining Room set painted 735.00
No.1025 Dining Room set painted ....... 525.00
No.1050 Dining Room set painted . . . 525.00
No.1060 Dining Room set painted 550.00
3.D Dining Room set ... .... . ........... 425.00
Iron Legs Dining Room set painted ...... 240.00
Sideboard Curved style ............... 80.00
Sideboard "Jardinera" style 109.50
Cupboard .. ... .... .. .......... .. 990
Chromed Table v.. 55.00

FOR YOUR KITCHEN -
"Enterprise" Gas Stove model 37138 ....... 325.00
"Qulcfei" Freezers QA2A . . i . ... . 299.50
"Quicfei' Refrigerators No.56 285.00
"Lec" Refrigerators ft 300.00
"DLIO" Chromed set with 4 Chairs P,5 .. 145.00
"Astor" one burner Electric Stove ........ 12.50
"Hermes" Water Heaters 15 gals. ........ 80.00
"Hermes' water heaters 12 gals. 75.00
"Sharot" Semi.Automatic Toaster 9.50

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Before-
"Fausto" style painted $650.00
"Cublsta'' style 46 ...................... 625.00
"La Europea" style 46 .................. 600.00
"De Lux" style painted 585.00
"American" style 46 Mamey Spotted .... 495.00
"American" style Dresser Walnut Carved
180 i.. 109JJ0
Chair.bed No.664 "Remonts'' 125.00
No.180 Dresser with round mirror 36" ..... 99.50

Mahogany Bed No.215 style 46
"New Yorker" style Beds Walnut 33 ....
Bedroom Easy.Chair ............. ........
Simmons Pillows 21x27 goose feathers ...
Big Ben Pillows 21x27 ...................
Bing Ben Pillows 17x25

Wardrobe with mirror inside 125.00
Night Table ........... .A. 19.50
Dressers No.117 ........ 75.00
FOR YOUR CHILDREN'S BEDROOM
Baby's Dressers large size 79.50
Baby's Dressers small size 59.50
Youth Bed 26 Panled all ivory .......... 59.50
"Nappanee" Cradle No.1966 ; 59.50
FOR YOUR GARDEN
Chaise-Lounge with foot stand Rattan
style 125.00
Sofa Glider Shott .i.. ...... ............. 35.00
i Aluminum Chair .......................... 32.50
Aluminum Chair ......j. ....... .......... 19.50

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Easy Washers No.534 295.00

Auto.Matic Sewing Machine 3 drawers

with motor .. 280.00
'Portable Auto.Matic Sewing Machine ..... 225.00
Halllcrafter Radio 8R.40. ...........! 189.50
Hallicrafter Radio model S.86 189.50
Halllcrafter Radio 8R-40 with loud-speaker 789.50
Hallicrafter Hi.Fi Record changers 3HFP.1 155.00
"Aga'; Radio 264083 bands 75.00
"Boy" hand Sewing Machine ............. 59.50
Foot Lamp Crystal Lamp Shade ......... 35.00
Bamboo Magazine Holder No.903 12.50
Philco Air.Conditioning Unit 34 ......... 369.50

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN.. AN ESDI TENBENT DAILT MZTVSFAPETl
MONDAY, JANUARY 3D, IV 5

Expert Tells How To Manage
Housework To Make It Easy
(Editor's note: Dr. Francos Gibunier by using s tray or cart.

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Sanderson, chairman of the Wayne! All dishes needed to set the table.'
University' home economies de-jcan betaken from cupbaord toi
pnrtment for 25 years, has helpedi table in one trip and when clear-'
tie Michigan Heart Associaionjing the table can all be returned'
twee 19i0.jn its study to ease the! in one trip, saving countless steps,!
r(: load of the "physically lim-,time and the energy involved in
j'ij" homemaher. She tells how;lugj;ing heavy objects any dis dis-tiie
tiie dis-tiie same methods can make work tance.

More, enjoyable for the housewife i The use of a tray or cart also
jr the following dispatch wnttentcan be employed with the same
far United Press. I effectiveness in hauling all your
. ,. (cleaning equipment about the
By OR .FRANCES SANDERSON home.
i Wrirtwi for United Prtts j The main cause of fatigue may
V !be the noise or confusion resulting
' DETROIT ( UP) Relocation j from poor placement or orgamza orgamza-of
of orgamza-of equipment, simplifying house- jtion of supplies and equipment,
l nld tasks and use of transporta-You may be the housewife who

tion devices are among the mcth-'puts all tools in one drawer andi
ixls used in making the daily work:then "paws through", the mess to
uf a physically limited housewife find the one you want. I
iviior. .1 If so, eliminate white elephants!
These procedures, developed in or gadgets by trying the game of'
ti'e prist five years m conjunction! "place tnrough use." I
vi th the Michigan Heart Associa-j :
" i. .1 I Tut ,,11 Mia iitjinciltf tMI?l

iwn can and are oeinf! empioyeui uio
bv the average homemaker to ease, from one drawer and piace them
h-r'vork load i0" traJ' in a handy location. Go
'Tr-'key however, to making the! about our meal preparation as
tre-Toii easier through work sim-jusuaL. Wheu you need a utensil
lii'ieatten, is to set your family from jhe tray, take it out and use
W,ah and plan your work to it. When the task is finished, store
achieve these Koals. Work your lit as near the place of use -s
plan.- don't let the plan work possible. t
rj'iu Continue throughout the week
"' V-rt--'"work simplification" by, at which lime you may have a
brtohiitt conscious of the energy-1 few articles left m the tray. If so,
burning tasks vcu do keeping; they are what, we term seldom seldom-lioue
lioue seldom-lioue with the habits you have I used tools and could be stored in
ri"'it 'now some loss-needed storage space.
- AvVt is it that fatWues you most W. C. Fields, the late philoso-

while performing this tasKY is u.pncr m .iwse s k.w.,
lo v Ending or stooping, : bighf remarked: "Ihe best way to avoid
rcarhin:' or stretching or is it litt-'fat:gue is to avoid work,
ii" heavy objects? Through work simplification we
I If for example you pick up discover how to avoid unnecessary
roili and toys after the children, : work in any job, thereby reducing
xVi are Jiuir.K half your body fatigue to a minimum,
vieitfiit plus tl'.e bje.;t every time -
you stoop to pi';K up. any art Cmn fltlPt NPPfl
from floor level JiTivJil vIUC3 MCcU
? Suggestions: Enlist the coopcra- p . r; Unn
ion of the children. They can Better NTe Help
learn to put things away.
' If it is high reaching or stretch-1 CHICAGO (-UP) Few cities
ing, fipure out how many things .under 10,000 population h a v e
irr rfailv are stored above! enough oaid marmower to meet

ijioulder level. Did you know ihatifire threats, according to Public I

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lipboard to stack dishes expends Yet almost all cities have an
almost as much effort in five min-1 available remedy, the service said,
utes as a carpenter sawing wood l Nearly all have regular police cap cap-fox
fox cap-fox the same tenth of time? able of learning fire-fighting

Lifting nonvy ODjecis can w techniques.

The service said small towns
should take stock of the advan advantages
tages advantages of combining their police' and
fire services.
"There is no question that volun volunteer
teer volunteer firemen are necessary for the

protection of small cities," an ad

FOK THE BUSINESS
OP SECURING FOJP FOt?
SURVIVAL, EACH BiKt7
HAS BEEN' rlSTIWJTIVELV
EQUIPPEP.

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eliminated as a time and energy

Walter Winchell
(Continued from Pare 2

I thmk," quivered one ot ine ministration publication aid. But
actors, "it's the end of the play! i volunteers should be backed up by

. . i 'paid firefighters, it added.
" Established stars often volun-
leered to help his school by ap-!, n i
peaung v,uh the students. He Pan-American KoacI

with -the novices.
Once, he was needling Lillian
Cish mercilessly. "Don't drag it!"
he barked at her-"Don't drag it!"
To which she exploded: "What's
the matter with you you no-good
(deleted) so-and-so!"
'Ah," beamed the hard-of-hear-ing
Jchlinger, "that's better. Butj
don't drag it!"

Pufflicty: "Two hundred and 40
gallons of 'theatrical', .blood, were
used up during the battle scenes
$i Warner's 'Helen of Troy'."
And we always thawt it was real

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Featured In Book

'BERKELEY, Calif. (UP) A
new book on the Pan-American
route, stretching from the Arctic
Circle to Central America, Is in
preparation on the University of

California campus here.

The author is George R. Stewart, j
professor of English, who has

written such dooks
"Storm," and "U.S.

He will combine his recent ex experiences
periences experiences on automobile tours
from El Paso. Tex., to southern
Corita Rica and to Alaska and the
Artie Circle. The book will be in
format similar to "U.S. 40," and
will be entitled "N.A. 1." standing
for "North America l.1'
Publication by Houghton-Mifflin
early In 1957 is expected. ,...;v:

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ADMIRAL BYRD'S ROBOT WEATHERMAN An amazing device is being used to automatically
(transmit weather information from the frozen wastes of the Antarctic. Slated for four years' use
during Adm. Richard E. Byrd's "Operation Deepfreeze," the robot weather station is called "The
Crasshopper,"-, Heres how it works It's dropped by self-detaching parachute from an airplane,
jpper Jeft, and automatically opens itself, upper right. Then it rights itself, lower left, and goes
Into action, lower right Taking weather data at predetermined intervals, the 200-pound device,
operating on 60-day batteries, transcribes the information into International Morse Code and trans transmits
mits transmits it by radio. "The Grasshopper" was developed by the Bureau of Ships and the Naval Elec Electronic!
tronic! Electronic! Laboratory in Washington, D.C i

Solon Calls For Senate Probe
Of State, Defense Departments

WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 (UP)
Sen. George A. Smathers (D-Fla.)
called today for a Senate investi investigation
gation investigation of what he v termed the
"contradictory policies" of Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's State and De Defense
fense Defense Departments.
He said that while Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles "charg "charged
ed "charged thrice bravely to the brink of
war," Defense Secretary Charles
E. Wilson, "was lopping billions

off the national defense program.

we're eoinu to nut forth everv nos

sible effort to build that missile

at the earliest possible date."

Van Zandt, a member of the

Joint Congressional Atomic Ener Energy
gy Energy Committee, said the only way

Irt urin thn miQcila Tarp ''ic tn

double our efforts by. making more

money available tor researcn ana
development.
He said the missile, armed with
an atomic or hydrogen warhead.

can cover o.ouo nines in a matter

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Smathers added his protest to Lf

growing democratic criticism ia citv the size of New York or

the administration s defense poll- New Orleans without warning.
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Sens. Stuart Symington t iwno. i ir" fvn nf miwip. .nd
,j n.nrv if lachnn D-Wash ') I navln8 inis type 01 missue ana
and 1 enry m, Jamon nnssihle that she mav fire it

have led tne auacKS, cnarging inai-r-tv r 1

reduced in an effort to balance

the budget. v
Smathers said that "in my udg udg-rnent,
rnent, udg-rnent, the contradictory policies
of the two departments warrant
investigation by Senate com committee."
mittee." committee."
' Pun .Tames F. Van Zandt (R-

Pa.) said, Eussia may -beat .the,

Smathers said "the entire nat

tional defense program should be
reviewed" by Congress because
"the second best military estab establishment
lishment establishment is not good enough. Sur Survival
vival Survival is at stake." 1
ite noted the "stark clarity" of

the "contradiction" between Dul-

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"We're not ,too sure what Russia
has and what she does not have"
he said in a television interview
with Heps. F. Edward Hebert (D (D-La.)
La.) (D-La.) and Hale Boggs (D-La.).
'But we're taking no chances and

brink of war-." j hand shows an exception to tins
He said this "contradiction" has rule.
been "missed almost entirely" in North's bidding rather clearly
the furor over Dulles' original re-l showed a singleton diamond. He
marks miblished in an article in began by showing his own biddable

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Democrats Point to Tumbling
By Eisenhower Ad ministration

WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 (UP)
.. 1 .J-, 4ni4ntf nfinuo1

the Eisenhower administration, of the Dulles interview and

"fumbling the ball" ana or creating
'confusion in Washington.'
r a hv H m isp Democratic Lead

er John W. McCormack, they were

particularly critical ot tne aamin aamin-instration's
instration's aamin-instration's farm program and, of
its handling of military and foreign
jiff nirs. ' :
Democratic National V. Chairman
Paul M. Butler'called for a "com "complete
plete "complete airing of the gisanhc mess
fn grain storage which has been
created by the Eisenhower adrain adrain-istyation."
istyation." adrain-istyation." He said there ur evi;
dence of "gross mismanagement
of the program.
' House Republican Leader Joseph
W Martin Jr, sprung to the defense
cf the administration. He said it is
'1 000 per cent more efficient,
Jbie and decisive" than the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Truman administration.
McCormack told newsmen that
''all you hav to do is read th
newspaper to Itarn how the.Ei the.Ei-tenhower
tenhower the.Ei-tenhower team is fumbling the
fcall" nd producing confusion in
government .- ;-.-
He cited as examples Secretary
of StMe John Fo.ster Dulleis" brmk
of war" magazine interview and
the admission of Agriculture Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Ezra Taft Benson that he
'pulled a boner" iff endorsing an another
other another article critical of farmers.
"I wonder where this famous
l..n. in thol'c cunnncpH to he Ttin-

ICflHl la Ull M..f-..'-- -
ning the government, McCormack

said

which he raised spades. A play

pr who takpe thp trouble to bid

three suits usually shows marked

shortness in the lourth suit.
South could tell that the spade
raise had been made on a three three-card
card three-card holding, since otherwise North
would have raised the spades im immediately
mediately immediately instead of showing the
Huhe Thpi-pfnre. South knew that

hit ihnit'p. was hetween olavint! the

. ' ' I. i- nlnnf !nantl at spades with only seven
House for saying that President ,r s in tne combined hands and

Eisenhower had no Knowledge oin,vins thfi hand t no-trump.

nterview and that n,r 1( .. !,.. tl.,., cnth nrnfiterl

The U.S. International Coopera-.
tion Administration will hold a re-'
gional workshop here next month j
to train Latin Amprirans a snu.1

cialists in the production and maint-i

enance ot auaio-vvsual materials.
Interest in audio-visual commu-l
nications for advancing national e-i
conomic development is increasing!
in Latin America, but many of the!
countries lack individuals sufficient
ly trained ta meet their needs.
Some 50 persons from 14 Latin'
American countries will attend the!
three-month workshop at the Univ-j

ersiiy ot ranama and the vocation vocational
al vocational school "Escuela de Artes y Ofi Ofi-cios."
cios." Ofi-cios." starting Feb. 6.
Five courses will be taught sim simultaneously
ultaneously simultaneously at the meeting..
"They are; writing for audio audiovisual
visual audiovisual media; silk screen process,
graphics and duplicating techni techniques;
ques; techniques; still photography and dark darkroom
room darkroom techniques; simple motion
picture techniques; and mainten maintenance
ance maintenance and reoair of eauinmant.

Workshop trainees are Latin Am-

new cinpiujeu in uie vari various
ous various ministries of their countries or
in joint technical cooperation prog programs
rams programs of their country and the U U-nited
nited U-nited States.
The trainees will be from Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, Bolivia. Brasil, Costa Rica,
Colombia, Chile, Ecuador El Sal Salvador,
vador, Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti,
Nicaragua, Paraguay and Uruguay.
Instructions will be in Spanish,
and workshop faculty members
will be drawn from Latin Ameri American
can American countries as well at the U.S.
Arnold L. Robinson,. ICA audio
visual officer with the U.S. Oper Operations
ations Operations Mission to EL Salvador,, will
be workshop director, and Anel
E. Beliz, HAA technical informa information,
tion, information, specialist will act as his as assistant.
sistant. assistant. Latin American faculty memb members
ers members include:
Luis Ramiro Beltran? audio vis visual
ual visual and information officer of the
Inter-American Institute of. Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Sciences, Turrialba, Costa
Rica, He is a Bolivian newspaper newspaperman,
man, newspaperman, Beltran received his training
in audio-visual techniques in Puer-

ent

was strictly a State Departm

matter. :,. j v, '."
ln.mn1r colH it IS "ham 1(1

iUtVUllIIOVft OU.M j :
believe" Benson's, contention that

a, subordinate .signed tne secre secretary's
tary's secretary's name to a letter endorsing
the article and that Benson "did
not know what the contents of the
article were."
, Housa Democratic Whip Carl
v Albert of Oklahoma a i d he
doesn't see how the Benson let letter
ter letter "can fail to be an Issue" in
the fall presidential election camp camp-aign.
aign. camp-aign. '!-
"It proves,", he said, "one t
two things those close to Ben Ben-snn
snn Ben-snn and for whom he must take

rpsnnnsihilitv are either the most

stupid administrators in the history

11 was hei'p that South Drofited

oy Knowing mat nis partner naa

a singleton diamond. At no-trump
this singleton would be a : weal
spot. At a spade cohtract, how

ever,, the singleton would give
Snnth a rhanpp tn trumn hiii worth-

Ips diamonds with dummv's small

trumps, f or this reason &oum went

on to game in spades instead ot

no-trump.
ThP nlaV fulfilled South' exnec

tat ions. He won the opening heart

lead with dummy s ace, iook tne
acp nf diamonds, and, ruffed a

diamond in the dummy. He next
got to his hand with the queen

of clubs and rutted anomer dia diamond
mond diamond with dummy's other small
ti-iimn rwplarpr npxt fashpfl the

top clubs, discarding a small heart

aiupiU auiuiuiouniuiii iu int. iiwhiij (tup VIUUO, uioiniuiiif, (7aiu.a -1 b
of the Agriculture Department or i from his hand. This enabled him

mis leuer, in taci, icuais men 10 run a uean in ins nanu wuu
views! 'the deuce of trumps. South next
"Either should be enough for he ruffed another low diamond with

u new Secretary or Agriculture and By this time" South had taken

a iltn aiuiiiuioii nuu. ..tJ JUXIIC. U lLn9 ami olijl imii v. ning
1t.Tr.w4tM in tt c?CTivaf fa) itif afti taw nf frnAnt in tiia fionf Tha tTtima

;jdi t in, in o 'Jtwu ihil tun t 1 ui aiiauca hi ma a utj nu mt

of the COP adrninistrationr actually made an ... extra trick

istration "has turned back the drift next trick and lead trumps up to
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spp a balanced budeeti ahead."

"It is the results and "not some

little incidents picked out of the

sky that tne American people are

interested in, he added, the fc,i

the hand at no-trump, he would
have had a miserable time with
ail the finesses in bad position.
Thp rhanres are that he would

have been, set two tricks instead

ng me g'Jvei iiiiicni, mwui """ imcresieu hi, lie auuuu. me ci- nave ueeu,!ei iwu inirs ihmpciu
lid. 'senhower administration has a rec-of having an easy play for his
McCnrmack criticized the White ord it can be proud of." 'game.

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to Rico and the US., under ICA'
grants. He is the first president of:
the Inter-American Association of I,

Audio-visual Communications, es established
tablished established in 1953. Beltran will leach
the writing course.
Harold Fonseca, I Costa Rican,

is the graphic arts specialist, divi-l
sion of education. Pan American;

Union. He will teach graphic tech techniques.
niques. techniques. Vinirin Valriivla an! his wifp

Marcella Benitez-de Valdivia, ofi

Santiago, chile, a cinematography
team, will teach motion picture
techniques. The Valdivias have
produced numerous documentary
films and other films. They are
now producing films in Chile.
Samuel Musehkin, employed hy
the National Health Service of Chi Chile
le Chile as its graphics arts specialist,
has completed advanced training
in the U.S. He will teach the tech techniques
niques techniques of planning designing and
producing posters and other gra

phic materials with the silk screen

process, and lettering techniques )
.j i m .. i : u :

mm mt use ui tuiui in giapuic
presentations.
American faculty member- i n c c-lude:
lude: c-lude: Rober Wolcott, recently appoint appointed
ed appointed Audio visual officer for the ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural servicio, U.S. Operations
Mission to Panama. Wolcott has
taught fine arts at Springfield Col College,
lege, College, Mass., and at the Museum of
Fine arts at Springfield College,

Mass,, and at the Museum of Fine
Arts, Springfield. He will teach
silk screen, graphics and duplicat duplicating
ing duplicating processes.
A U.S. motion picture and phot photographic
ographic photographic specialist will teach the
course i nstill photography and
darkroom practices.
Mario Vasquez, audio visual of officer
ficer officer with the U.S. Operations Mis Mission
sion Mission to Mexico, came to ICA last
September after 12 years with the
U.S. Public Health Service, Atlan Atlanta,
ta, Atlanta, Ga.
Dr. Gerald F. Wlnifield, director
of Overseas Audio Visual Services
Division, Offjce of Public Reports,
ICA, will participate in the work workshop
shop workshop for one week in-February.

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DIME A FOOT FOR PO LIO-Fif teen battle-hardened Marine?

inch their way toward Indianapolis, Ind., moving one foot for

every dime contributed (o the March of Dimes. The Leathernecks,

in loll gear and ready to camp out, leu Richmond, Ind., on Jan. 4,
setting Jan. 13 as the date for their arrival in Indianapolis. They
estimated it would take 100,000 polio-fighting dollars to set them.

and another group which left the lamejime from Terrt HauteJ

to the Indiana capital .

MUSIC

NEW YORK f UP) A 29 year year-old
old year-old tenor from Amsterdam, N. Y.,
has risen suddenly from obscurity
to become one "of the most-talked-

about singers at the Metropolitan
Opera. He is Albert Da Costa, who
made a triumph of his first "big"

operatic rote that of Walther in
Wagner's "The Mastersin?ers."
The return of the Wagnerian
masterpiece to the repertoire was
something of a triumph for the
artistic management, too. since it
was, by and large, a fresh and
youngish cast which produced a
brilliant musical and human pro-:
duction. Lisa Delia Casa made an
Eva which sent Wagnerians and
opera-lovers into seizures of enthu enthusiasm.
siasm. enthusiasm. Rudolf Kempe worked wonders
of bloom restoration from the or orchestra
chestra orchestra pit. This young conductor
of the German wing confounded
those of short memories who have
come to think of a Wagnerian
score as a heavily massed struggle
between singers and orchestra.
Under Kempe, the inner orchestral
voices were clear and distinguish

able and the orchestra imposed no
huge strain on the singers.
But there were reservations
about the Hans Sachs sung by Otto
Edelmann whose voice is fine and
musically used but to which the
user gave a rather remote and
chilled quality not in keeping with
the warm humanity of this core
character of the opera.
Young Costa has been around the
Met for some time, but Walther
was his first big role. He was a
baritone in the 1951-52 "Auditions
of the Air," He then switched to
tenor and as a tenor won first
prize in the 1953-54 contest. On the
basis of his Walther, he was hailed
by critics as a "true helden-tenor"
one whe was going places, in
Wagnerian operas.
Tart Kandbnr?- Doet and leading

living authority on Abraham Lin Lin-oln
oln Lin-oln ana thp narrator for a oer-

formance of Aaron Copland's "A

Lincoln Portrait." given ny me
New York Philharmonic-Symphony
in one ot its "popular" concerts
Feb. 4. Andre Kostelanetz, who
commissioned the work in 1942,
conducted.

Thn National Federation of Mu

sic Clubs has renewed its three three-year
year three-year scholarship in strings at the
Peabody Conservatory of Music.
Th aehnlarshin is worth $600 to

the recipient, which covers tuition,

but herafter board ana room win
also be provided for the recipient
during the first year.

t tv,A sainnit nf itc psnn' pnn-

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certs, the National Orchestral As Association
sociation Association presented two very young

soloists-KODeri inoiroh.,. i-, viu viu-linist,
linist, viu-linist, in the Glazounow concerto,
and Lorin Hollander, 11, pianist,
in the MozJirt C minor concerto
(K.467),.,..,.,,.;.,. ; : ;

ftnWt'lias been a turoil "at the

Manhattan School of Music since
hp was seven. He made his debut.

with the Hartford Symphony, at the

age ,ot 12. i,orin is tne son ot tne
concertmaster of the old NBC Sym Sym-Dhonv
Dhonv Sym-Dhonv when Toscanini was the

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i held again this year during the
I week of March 22-29 i
! Educational Director. HouehtcnJ

and associate have aDDeared atibeen received from the Superin

Iboth Balboa and Cristobal Hi?h
Schools recently to outline, the
program to the junior class.
The boys were enthusiastic
and each boy was given a fold folder
er folder to take home to his parents
This folder contained a personal
letter to the parent or cuirdian,
the Boy's State creed and stand standards,
ards, standards, rules for Boys State, and
Ian appllation form to be filled
Un and returned to the high
Qphrtnl niMnpinal
Many of the boys in the junior
cations and soon each applicant
will be sent the complete pro
gram.
Much time and effort has
been put into this program,
which is patterned from some
of the outstanding Boys State
programs in the United States.
Since Boys State first origin originated
ated originated In 1935 with only 200 bovs.
It has grown rapidly and in 1954
there were 19,000 boys from 48
States participating.
Each of these States, includ including
ing including the District of Columbia,
Washington, D.C. .has sent two
boys to Boys Nation. A survey
has been made, showing that of
the bovs attending Boys Nation
attended and graduated from
college.
The Boy State program Is con considered
sidered considered to be one of The Amer Amer-ian
ian Amer-ian Legion's most outstanding,
and Is gaining In popularity each
year, as it was estimated that
approximately 25,000 ,boys at attended
tended attended in 1955.
The bpys in the Canal Zone
are fortunate in having well
qualified educational directors
and counsellors, all of whom
WANTED
r
Young girl for cashier
work and accounting
assistance.
Box 134 Panama
co A.A.F.
WAINBF.RO
TIRES'
Desired.

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE; lutlro Chevrolet,
excellent condition Bargain. Ith
Street, Melendci 1020, Apt. 7,
4 p.m. week days.
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick 4-door,
perfect condition, 4 new tiret
and battery, radio. Phone J J-2293.
2293. J-2293. FOR SALE:
1953 Mercury,
$1300. Phone 2-3762.
FOR SALE: '52 Ford, black 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, Customline V-B Ferdomat Ferdomat-Ic,
Ic, Ferdomat-Ic, good condition, new tires,
$750. Call Balboa 6326.
FOR SALE 11950 4-door Hud Hud-ton,
ton, Hud-ton, like new, duty paid, radio.
Phone 2-3550 or 2-1235.
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced bilin bilingual
gual bilingual stenographer, diversified
duties for American company.
Send resume including salary de desired
sired desired to Box 705, Panama.
have decrees from the best
colleges in the U.S.. majoring;
in government and history.
The fullest cooperation has
tendent of Schools, S. E. Esser,
and H. J. Zierten. Many of the
most outstanding citizen? in the
Canal Zone are devoting much
of their time and special talents
to maning this program an cut-
standing success.
Many of the social, fraternal
and patriotic organizations in
the Canal Zone are sending In
coniriDuuons to sponsor one or
more boys for this year's Boys
statersMany others have fx
pressed their intention, to seivl
In sponsorships in the near fu
tufe. .
Any contnouuons from or organizations
ganizations organizations not previously con contacted
tacted contacted will be appreciated. These
contributions are necessary to
support the 7-day educational
program m functional irovern
ment and Americanism and citU
zenshlp, and to send two boys
to Boys National in washing-
ton, D.C., this summer.
Any parent of Junior boys in
Cristobal or Balboa High School
desiring further information
concerning the boys' participa
tion in tnis wortnwnue nrogram
is Invited to contact the Bovs
State Director, C. E. Campbell,
tefephone 2-3218.
Greek Coalition
Threatens To Oust
Pro-West Premier
Athens, Greece, Jan. 30. (UP)
The outlawed Communists lined
up with their once-bitter enemies
today in an election battle to oust
pro western Premier Constanline
Karamanlis,
The Reds hold a commanding
position for the Feb. 19 balloting.
For the first time since World War
II, they were courted by the mid mid-die
die mid-die parties who want Communist
help in getting rid of the young,
stoutly anu-Kea I'remier. ;
A victory for the center-extre
me left coalition could mean dis dissolution
solution dissolution of Parliament, new elcc elcc-!
! elcc-! tions and possible realignment of
i Greece's position m respect to the
West, inciudme w A m
- Large segments of the popular
Hon are said to be dissatisfied
with the rightist government,
which leans towards the West.
They are said to be unhappy about
the Anglo-American attitude in tne
Cyprus crisis and the anti-Greek
rtois in Turkey
On the other hand, conservative
elements of tne center and moder
ate elements of the right object
to Communist participation in the
coalition.
The Communist party was out
lawed in 1947. Mow tne iteos are
! represented by the union of De
mocratic Letusts ifi.eaa). an oui
growth of the wartime National
Liberation Front (EAM in which
the Communists tried to over overthrow
throw overthrow the government in 1944 45.
The EAM supported the rebel
guerrillas in the 1946-49 civil war.
Bar Employes
Call Meeting
Employes of Panama City res restaurants,
taurants, restaurants, bars, hotels and similar
establishments were being sum summoned
moned summoned today to a meeting schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for tomorrow at the Panama
JMKS Club.
It was linilr-i'strinfl Hint tlin
uuiiai AssemDiy ana plans for a
mass demonstration to the Presi Presi-dencia
dencia Presi-dencia will be discussed.

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Stein way piano in
perfect condition. Quick sale,
leaving country. Call 3-35(7
Panama.
FOR SALE: 2 Hobart electric
meat grinders, new, $125 each.
Desfiladora Nacronal, S.A.
FOR SALE: Accordion, new
push-pull type $15; also new
aoap saver wash tub, Panama, 3 3-4179.
4179. 3-4179.
OUSTANDING BARGAIN: i i-per
per i-per tri-pacer PA-22, Super cus custom,
tom, custom, best condition, certificates.
Phone Compinia T.A.S.A. 3 3-1
1 3-1 110, Aeropuero Paitilla (Mar (Marcos
cos (Marcos Gelabert), Panama.
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL
. FOR FURNISHING BOOKS
IN SPANISH
Panama Canal Company invitee
proposal for furnishing 27 item
(approximately 2,620 copies) of
book in Spanish for use as
ichool textbooks. Sealed bid
will be received in the office of
Superintendent of Storehouses,
Balboa, for opening in public at
10:30 a.m., February 7, 1956.
Invitation No, 227 may be ob obtained
tained obtained from the above office,
telephone 2-1 1 15.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Cook with refer reference.
ence. reference. Must sleep in. 45th Street
No. 30, upstairs.
Life Magazine
Dedicates Issue
To Christianity
The current issued of Life mag-
zme, which went on sale here to
day, is entirely dedicated to
Christianity.
The life of Christ Ij pictured In
colors with 17 masterworks by 15
artists and spanning 14 centures
in the magazine issue, which also
includes an amazing condensation
of historv in ten Daees.
Also included in the speciaf
Christianity issue is a descrption
of the work being done by church churches
es churches in the free countries of Europe,
where the church is now brought
by trailer to thousands who form
erly went to their cnurcnes.
Pictures in color also depict the
holidays in the Holy Land, along
with stories about those who have
suffered for their faith under the
Chinese Communists.
Leading German
Music Conductor
Dies At 65
ZURICH. Switzerland, Jan. 30
(UP) Erich Kleiber, conductor oi
the Berlin State Opera from 1923
to 1935, died in his hotel here from
a heart attack Friday. He was 65.;
One of Europe's leading music
conduuetors, he was considered
"nersona non-erata," by the Nazis
hecause he was allegedly non-ary-
an. When this charge p r o v e a
groundless the Nazis then accused
mm 01 SpOnSOlUlB lliuucm
Germanistic" music.
Kleiber, who is survived by nis
Wife and a son living in Vienna,
had arrived in Zurich Jan. 21.
Free Woodworking
Classes Scheduled
Frpi classes In woodworking
tenhnimie will be filven here be
tween 3 and 8 p.m. today and con
tinue for the rest of the week by a
travel technician of the Magna
International Corpv of California.
Edward Young, who arrived here
yesterday, will conduct tne x:ias
ms in roniimrtion with demons
tration of the versatile "Shopsmith"
combination tool now being soia
here bv Omphroy's Auto Supply,
Wal distributor of the California
firm.
Bronze Heads
Accepted From
Head Hunters
NEW DELHI, Jan. 30 (UP) (UP)-President
President (UP)-President Rahendra Prasad ac accepted
cepted accepted a gift of four bronze repli replicas
cas replicas of human heads from an In Indian
dian Indian tribe today but only after the
tribal chief promised to stop hunt hunting
ing hunting real heads. 5
The gift was presented by a
head-hunting tribe from the north northeast
east northeast frontier when party t ri b a 1
chiefs from the states of Nefa, Tri Tri-bura,
bura, Tri-bura, Manipur and Assam met
with the president at his house.
The president said he would ac accept
cept accept the gift only if the tribe swore
to stop head-hunting. The chief
promised. Prasad took the bronze
The party waslieidiit connec
tion with the celebration of the
founding of the Indian republic

six years ago.

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartment. 1,
2 bedroom, hot, cold villi,
Phone Panama 3-4941.
EOR RENT. Two large room,
apartment in new building: hot
water, neatly finished. Avenida
Jose Fee de I Otsa (Automobile
Row) in front Firestone Ricjr Ricjr-do
do Ricjr-do A. (rtiro, S.A.. Phone 2-3436.
FOR RENT: Large, cool, mod modem
em modem 2-bedroom furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with maid's room and bath,
3 large balconies, beautiful view,
I March to I June. North Amer American
ican American neighbor. Phone 3-0327.
FOR RENT; Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, two baths,
maid's room, sitting-dining room,
porch, garage, $100, at Bella
Vista, N. Obarrio Street No. 23.
See De Castro. Avenue "B" No.
9-42. Phone 2-1616 Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment on VI Porras 120, next
to Roosevelt Theater, Phone 3-
.5024.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, Solf Height,
Paanama, $80. Phone Balboa
2870. i
FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apartment
ment apartment in Camps Alcgre, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, porch, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bath and hot water, maid's
room. For married couple with without
out without children. Apply personally:
5 lit Street, next to the Guate Guatemalan
malan Guatemalan Embassy.
-V vr:;:
FOR RENT: New apartments.
Living, dining room, bedroom,
kitchen, $45. Phone 3-1209
FOR RENT: -Best located small
furnished apartment. All modern
conveniences. 43rd Street 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all comforts, Army in inspected.
spected. inspected. Via Espaiia, house be before
fore before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT: Across from Hotel
El Panama, unfurnished apart apartment
ment apartment 2 bedrooms and maid'
room and bath. 3-3992.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 'D" Street, corner Alber Alberto
to Alberto Navarro near "Maduro Apart Apartments.''
ments.'' Apartments.'' New building being con constructed,
structed, constructed, to be completed Febru February
ary February 15. Phono 2-2379.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via Po Porras
rras Porras No. 99. Phone 3-2068.
FOR RENT; Large comfortable
and ceol two-bedroom apartment
In Bella Vista. Call phone 2-1455
(8:30-11:30 a.m., 2-4 p.m.).
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment one large bedroom and
bath, Frigidaira, no kitchen $50,
Phone 3-1648. Bella Vista.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Scrap lead.
We pay 6 cent per pound. Hoja Hoja-lateria
lateria Hoja-lateria Panama, Phone 3-6122.
WANTED TO BUY: Smooth
tires, suitable- for reconstruction.
"Reconstructora Nacional," Peru
Avenue No. 7. Phone 2-0406.
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Present your tickets before Friday Your tickets are valid for a whole year Keep them carefully
TOTAL... $1,720
1. $1,100 (Accumulated) 2. $60.00 3. $560.00 (Accumulated)

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FOR RENT

House
FOR RENT: Recently built cor corner
ner corner house 50th Street: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, maid's room, etc. Good
value. Call Telephone Panama
3-3170 or 3-1260.
. e-
FOR RENT: Furnished three three-bedroom
bedroom three-bedroom house with swimming
pool. Available for 3 months.'
Golf Heights. Call 3-3069.
Panama Line
Sailing
Edward D. McKim, former
member of the- Panama Canal
Co. board of directors, is among
the 73 passengers scheduled to
arrive from tfew York Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday aboarl the Panama Liner
Anon.
There were 44 passengers book booked
ed booked to sail on the Ancon lor
Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for Cristobal tollows:
Mrs. Zelma Albert; Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Bond; Mr. and Mrs.
Harold K. Bonnlck; Dr, and Mrs.
S. A. Cosgrove; Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Donnelly and daughtar;.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Droege
and 2 children; Mr. and Mrs.
AlbertS.; Fabian; Miss Janet
Graves; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Greene; Dr. and Mrs, Alfred
Gross; Dr. and Mrs. Irving Holz Holz-man;
man; Holz-man; Mr. and Mrs. John .H
Housley and son; Mr. and Mrs.
Ellsworth Johnson; Mr. and I.'rs.
Oscar Kayser; Mr. and Mrs.
John J. Knieriem; Mr. and Mrs.
Fayette Leister; and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lessiack and 3 chil children;
dren; children;
Mr. Edward D .McKim: Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Mag; Mr., and
Mrs. Rrank Markey; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Martell; Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Muth; Edward A. Ney Ney-lon;
lon; Ney-lon; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peluso;
Dr. Frank J. Pirone; Mr. A. M.i
Matthew Pirone; Dr. and Mrs. I
Paul J. Ritt; Mr. and Mrs.. Abe
Rudel; Mr.' and Mrs. Irai
Schwartz; Mr. and Mrs. B. G. ;
Shapiro; Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Si-j
ciliano; Michael Simhon; Mr.i
and Mrs. Dwight Staff- Seomourl
Strauss; Mrs. Eleanor G. Tevesi
and 2 children: Miss Dorothy
Torbert; and Mr. and Mrs. Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Vjerlin.
Mrs. Gertrude Hart
Dies At Rio Abajo
Home At Age 75
Mrs. Gertrude Hart, a resident
of Rio Abajo for the last 25 years,
died at her home yesterday after
a brief illness.
A Barbadian, she was 75 years
old.
Funeral services have been ar arranged
ranged arranged for Wednesday at 3 p.m.
in the Nazarene Church, Rio Aba Abajo.
jo. Abajo. Burial will follow in the Jardin
de Paz Cemetery.
Mrs. Hart is survived by several
grandchildren and greatgrand greatgrandchildren.
children. greatgrandchildren. 2nd

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FOR RENT
Kooms

FOR RENT.- Small bedroom fur.
nished for tingle person. Apply
personally to Cuba Avenue No.
38-29, next to Comisariate Don
Bosco.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Spacious locale,
round. Justo Aroscmena Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 37-11. Inquire 37th
Street No. 4-23.

Judge Warns 'N Circus Atmosphere'
Vill Mark Schwartz Abortion Trial

PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 30 (UP)
The abortion trial of Milton and
Rosalie Schwartz, charged in the
death of a food chain store heiress
starts today with a warning from
the trial judge that no "circus at atmosphere''
mosphere'' atmosphere'' will be tolerated.
A guilty plea from the, North
Philadelphia couple, in whose
apartment honey haired, M r s.
Doris Jean Ostreicher, bride of
two months died last Aug. 24,
would not be unexpected, v
Testimony will be taken to aid
the court in setting punishment
should they plead guilty.
They along with Mrs. Gertrude
Silver, the girl's mother are
charged in the Jatal operation at attempt
tempt attempt two months to the day after
she eloped with Earl Ostreicher,
a Miami Beach motorcycle police policeman,
man, policeman, and three days before her
23rd birthday.
No date was set foo Mrs-Silver's
trial. Prosecution and defense at-
torneys Dicnerea last wetK wnem-
er sne naa Deen ouerea amnesty
to appear as a state witness a-
gainst the Schwartzes.
Defense counsel, contended a
promise was made to dismiss
charges against her if she appear
"PLEASE...

Says to your heart the Blessed Virgin of Fatima, "in
order to build my Church in the poorest quarter of
this Capital, where many people live without sources
for your own life, because many of them are not work working.
ing. working. You may send money or construction materials to
Father Guillermo Sosa I., In ?6th Street, at the end,
or by mail; Box 208. Panama, and I will protect you
in my HEART,"

Just arrived from Switzerland 1
WATCHMAKER EXPERT PROFESSOR
will repair any kind of watch,
completely guaranteed.
NAT MENDEZ Jewelry

'J" Street No. 13
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Shrapnel' furnished house
beech et Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Gramlich Santa Clara Beach
Cottage. Modern conveniences,
moderate rate. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
pest Casino. Law rote. Phone
Bolboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottage,
Santa Clara. Bos 435, Bolboa,
Phono: Panama 3-1877. Cricto Cricto-bol
bol Cricto-bol 3-1673.
ed against th couple. The district
attorney's office denied this.
The Schwartzes also face perju perjury
ry perjury charges from statements made
during the investigation into the
girl's death They face trial later
on this count.
Judge Vicent A. Carroll took
precautions to prevent spectators
from getting out of bounds.
The jurist said "this is an open
trial and the public will be per permitted
mitted permitted to fill what seats are avail available.
able. available. It is just another case, and
will be conducted with decorum
like every other case because ser serious
ious serious issues are to be determined."
"Police will maintain order in
the corridors so that there will be
no circus atmosphere,'' the judge
said.
Backfire
MACON, Ga., Jan. 30 (UP) The
Georgia Uancer Society discarded
its campaign to warn of the "sev-
en daneer signals" on match rnv.
trs today because of the national
society's report mat cigaret smok-
ung is apparently connected with
1 cancer.
HELP ME"
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great love-novel... in Technicolor!
Stewart Granger George Sanders
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In CINEMASCOPE!
CECILIA THEATRE
60c. : 30c.
Grare Keflv f ary Grant, in.
TO CATCH A THIEF
In Technicolor and VistaVisiont
Also:
SEVEN ANGRY MEN
with Raymond Masse'y
VIC TORI I'-
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Three Pictures!
THE BOB MATIIIA..
STORY -THE
JUNGLE BOY
WESTERN (
RENEGADES
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33c. 20c.
Agustin Lara, in
THREE LOVES OF
LOLA
- Also:
MUSIC AND LOVE
Spanish Program!
35c.
20c.
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Rhoufda Fleming', in
TENNESSEE
PARTNER
- Also:
Alexis Smith, in
THE SLEEPING
TIGER
Double in Cinema Cinema-Scope
Scope Cinema-Scope with Richard
Todd, in
A MAN CALLED
PETER
Deborah Paeet, in
WHITE FEATHER
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SIDE GLANCES

By Colbroith

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T.M, Ka. U. PM. Off. ' I

"Say, girls! Could I please peek in the closet and see
some of these expensive dresses' I've been buying?"

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MOVIES TV HAD

by Erskine Johnson

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Radio Programs! 'Smothered Look' Wraps Up

HOG-840 Beauty In French Beachwear

Your CommunityStatioa
(Telephone: 2-3068)
Where 100.000 People Meel
Presents

Today, Monday. Jan. 30

P.M.

4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite
(requests taken oy
phone till 3:00)
5:30 News.
8:35 What Your Favorite
(cont'd)
6:00 Allen Jackson (news)
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTir
REVIEW
6:30 Melacnrlno Musicale
6:45 Old New Orleans
7:00 Over To You
7:30 Report From The U.S.A.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Proudly We Hail
9:00 You Asked For It
(requests taken oy
phone till 7:30)
10:25 News

10:30 One Night Stand

10:45 Temple Or Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off

PARIS. Jan. 30 (UP)' Fashion' es draped around tlie face in an

des smer Madam Jacques' rath to- oriental iasmon

day introduced a "smothered" look
in beachwear which brought groans
from livers of the Bikini style.

Madame Fath has created 19a6

beach fantasies for the reclining

beautv rather than the sports lov

er. The collection inciuaea swirl swirling
ing swirling scarves which float to the ank ankles,
les, ankles, and huge witch-like hats.

The floDDV forms of the hats cov

ered the faces of .the models. Bands

of chiffon swathed the towering
crowns, dipped down to the neck

and shoulders, and enveloped ine

arms and body.

Huee. collars or white, pmK or;

sea-green beads were fastened with

a matching cmnon scan wmcn
gave a medieval look tothe glam glamorous
orous glamorous mannequins.
Matching bracelet! and earrings
covered up witat little ipage
wis left. ,
Pink and orange beads matched
a pink straw beach hat swathed
in orange tulle.

From under an enormous dihck

Armed Forces Change. Policy
On Security Risk Discharges

WASHINGTON. Jan. 30. (UP) duties" wfiere the military could

Sen. Thomas C. Hennings Jr

On the less fantastic side there ( revklcd. today, the ann ann-ere
ere ann-ere ensembles of ?"??eit forces will stop the practice of
Asant orint. comprising a pull- l ,. ji..u.t.

be criminally prosecuted If they
should attempt to accept sUcti
service," Hennings said. :
The Missouri Democrat said the
new policy did not change this but
did modify "the unwarranted 'and
even illegal assumption of autho authority
rity authority to persecute loyal American

who joined (or wnose reiami
joined) organizations that are not

Deasant print, comprising a pull

over, parasol and beach towel.
Madame Fath used red towelling
on a wide platter beach hat. A
towel hung from a gold ring at attached
tached attached to the belt. ;
Moving indoors, the b I o n A e
fashion designer presented at
home" outfit which would cause

scandal outdoors.

giving security-risk discharges to

persons who see military service
Is honorable. i
Hennings, chairman of the Sen Senate
ate Senate subcommittee on constitution constitutional
al constitutional rights, also said the Defense
Department will review previous
Icss-than-honorable discharges in
security-risk cases to sec if they
should be raised to honorable sta-

innrtth hnncprnats. made of tus.

floating layers of chiffon, appear- The Missouri Democrat said in
a A, r caiin i-nirlters and skimpy ha statement that the new proce-

bastite chemises. loure will "go a long way.., to-
ti.. un mffioo and enourmous wards satlstvine the .public ue-

ouffed sleeves of the coats had amand for a rational military secu secu-modestly
modestly secu-modestly feminine look which madci rity program." He said it will not
the daring skin-tight knickers andj "eiutter up" the job of safeguard safeguard-u..ji
u..ji safeguard-u..ji nii iho mnre eve-catching, i inn secret information with the

i today.

keep an eye on Mem and where onsi(iered patriotic or acceptable

information.

Ilennings said ..such persons;
were exclused by regulation from,
receiving Iionoraole discharges, j
no matter how well they served.
"They were thus branded for j
life as security risks, he said. The;

directive said that draftees would
be screened for security before in induction.
duction. induction. Those vho were deter determined
mined determined to be sedurity risks would
never be inducted."
"Communists and subversives
will continue to be excluded from
the privilege of serving under the

flag of the tnitea Mates, anu in
accordance with the law they will

itj- ot f uhite cotton eye-

let embroidery came ruby red
knickers and matching shoes.
Gold shantung pants matched the
hoavv gold embroidery on t n e

fiat floated two-toned yellow scarvl white organdy coat,

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Tomorrow, Tuesday, Jan

A.M.
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wild-AOOd

8:30 Musical Reveille ri

Russian Team Arrives In US
To Study Saik Polio Vaccine

scientist

difficulty

, Just when you think you're j
cotchina ud with the neighbors, j

! they refinance ond buy something
t vou con't offord. mini

PITTSBURGH, .Jan. M -(UP) Lev I. Lukin academy

rTeved he sXrday to study the but were aided by Photographerb .;10n0rable condit
vainJ developed by" Dr.i The visitors will spend five days

HOLLYWOOD (NEA -ExcluMCatch a Trince" and "Dial M. for
, lively .Yours: It's "High Society" Monaco."
but not high C for the future
Princess of Monaco. MGM's Iook- Anne Baxter and Russell Bird Bird-ing
ing Bird-ing for a singer to dub Grace Kel- well are denving the secret mar mar-Jy's
Jy's mar-Jy's songs in-the film The studio's jriag! grapevine bvu . Mat Mat-afraid
afraid Mat-afraid her own singing voice isn'tgaret O'Brien reached ; the cheek-

strone enouch to comnete with two

pros like Bing Crosby and frank
fcinatra.

10:00 JENNIFER'S JOURNAL

(Cutex Si Odorono)
10:05 Off The Record
(requests taken by
phone till 8:30)
11:00 News
11:05 Off The Record (cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
P.M.
12:05 Lunchtime Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneer ;
1:45 Serenade In Blue
2:00 Instrumental Capera

2:15 Singing Americans

to-cheek dancing stage with Don
Robinson at the Moulin Rouge
Louis Prima and Xeelv Smith will

th .in-inJ-rfn hi for p S in-".Vf". ")esi'r .mVslc! ver;' 2:45-Hank Show And His

Th: vlWH mnrirh intrn.'?"'Vl -Z1 J10use 18 tlomc

" iiii rr(iy riiiMiif

'The Vagabond King,

duces Oreste (Kirkop) as competi competition
tion competition for Mario Lanza. Oreste's sing-t
ins voice is sensational, but Para-!

jnount didn't like his Maltese ac accent.
cent. accent. Another actor dubbed his
speaking voice in many scenes,

Boya

Now it's even a movie trade pa pa-per.
per. pa-per. Film Bulletin-, beating the edi-1
torial drums for a revision of the!
"mildewed" Hollywood censorship

Dorothy Mitchum makes a sur-.code. In an editorial titled, "Dope!

in hubby Bob's latest film, "Ban- tin says: -dido."
She's a doll he whistles at!
in a Mexican street scene .. "An inflexible Code tends to rob

Richard (Medic) Boone 8 young the screen of its vitality. Holly-

non-Communist servicemen

do not handle secret data.
Ilennings said the new rules
were disclosed to him as "inter "interpretations"
pretations" "interpretations" of a Defense Depart Department
ment Department directive of last Nov. 16 on

security-risk discharges.
11c said that defense officials no-1
tified him that men drafted after j
a security checK unuer the newj
policy will get discharges based'
only on the character of their:
service, with no reference to their
pre-scrvice activities and associa-j
Hons. ''"",,' I
He said this also would apply to j
persons originally drafted under i
tlip old rule, wlietiier still in serv-

lice or already discharged under

ions.

nswered

questions posed by ilennings in
, .-v ,iusv tne new rule
uld operate. ;

The t In pc ive was issuca auer

JrVr-1?.. poo vaccine uviv ? : ;..v"n-- Salk ftiul lis assistants

w:io unurcn in tne wnawooa Jonas salK dui a gay iw w r."" : .: "-..i. civ.- ff

SSfroT. E 8U i:,ty TabaJies at' the nivers.ty
"SPPrJ!?!? cno.v Fn.'.nHthP Municipal Hospital.

.'1 "n t tat with' The Russians will, accompany ;.,1P Heni,in es subcommittee sched

new men but the interview was, Dr. Salk's field team when .jnocu- u,ed W5c hcal.ings 0 the De
re.-.."..J ?L wniiam WiKon. lt ions will be given today at n. neDartment's previous poll

travel administrator for the U.S. elementary school.- Following r on dl.a(tecs who had bcen-or
PubUc Health Service who accom- press conference Wednesday t, c -hose rdative3 had teecn iinked
panicd the visitors. visitors wUl leave to continue tneir ,n the past wilh organiHtion clt-
"A press conference will W tour. ed as subversive

held in a few days," Wilson sam; ur. -xis .. :VBm".-. uuu iuvei ioi-i, u.c

'prselv i itc licaitu oei vn.1- were rmuirHi mi mi vu im
' CorJusioa marked the arrival of. is accompanying .the Russians aj 8 socurity 0,.m, 0r invoke the
the Cr scientists. The first ha!t,an interpreter, said they were not aniendincnt agalst self-tn-of
the train stopped at the plat- awed by American scenery or ci-j crin,lnation If they did either

tU ramQin tl Cf IPS.. .. i I I tV WU C J 1JHIUU W vWHUUiu

nov hip (id.uii ut

smnnxG at your service cexteri
THEATERS TOMG11T! ;

BALBOA 6:15 8:30
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MARILYN
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TMly "LAL'OlltNG ANNK'V

DIABLO HTS. 6:15 S:lv!

Aiwii MAGNANt
Geraldine BRpOKS

Tun.

"VOLCANO

THE inoN MISTHESS"

MARGARITA 6:15-7:45;

UrSuU THIKSS
Gtorge NADER

"MONSOON" n
TuM. "OSi THE WATERFRONT'

CRISTOBAL 6:15

Air-Cundlllone4
, James DEAV
Julia HARRIS :v
. "EAST OF EDEN"
CinemaScopt Culori

Tuesday LADT GODIVA"

8:4o;

1MRAISO 6:15
"ULYSSES

son feter wants to ioiiow in ins
dad's footstops but not in his act acting
ing acting footsteps, he wants to be a
doctor. 3
Marlon Brano floored an inde independent
pendent independent producer who paged him

lor a new movie, uranao was wiu

wood should periodically rt-txam-'
int tht industry'! regulatory docu-t

ment with a mind to kteping it
attuned to tht timos. This is
progrosi. The opposite it reaction,"

Off the sound track i Ann Sheri-

Ing to play the role for 75 per j dan switched agents just before

cent of the gross earnings and
FULL OWNERSHIP of the film

after five years!
That's a new high in star-participation
demands.
This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:

Zsa Zsa Gabor and George San

film, "Autumn Fever," than they
did as Mr. and Mrs. When they
separated, George wailed: "She
squeezed me like an orange and
then tossed me out." Now he's
saying:

"I have a new respect for her as
a woman and as an actress."
The Witnet: Overheard at the
Restaurant LaRue: ''He's got
more money than I know what to
'do with."

she went into MGM's "The Oppo-

sue aex . Joanne uru, tne
former Conover model, is up for
telefilm series, "Adventures of a
Model."

Rainbow Ranch
3:00 Piano Patterns

3:15 Sammy Kay Show
3:30 Music For.Tuesdav
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite
(requests taken by
. phone till 3:00) -5:30
News
5:35What's Your Favorite
(cont'd)

6:00-Allen Jackson (news)

6:15-BLUE RIBBON

- REVIEW
6:30 Your Dancinu Party
6:45 Do It Yourself
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15 How Christian Science
Heals

7:30 Report From The U.S.A.1

8:00 World Of Jazz
8:30 Life With The Lyons
9:00 You Asked For It
(requests taken by
phone till 7:30)
10:25 News
10:30 Music From Hotel
v El Panama

10:45 Temple Of Dreams

Warner Bros, -are on the prowl 11:00 Concert Under The Stars
for a big-name femme star to play j 12:00 Sign Off

opposite Tab Hunter. They figure

ders got along better as the co-,i that Jane VVy man made Rock Hud-! A Lnn kiJccJnn
stars of a new Screen Gems tele- son a top money-maker ta "Mag-i"iyilUn lYilialUII

i Irvt Autumn Vaifak thnn thnt niftiAnt nhaACrinn" eni ihnf thA a k

tiiAsvciib vwocooiwu iiu uiai iiic r m r tk
same can be done for Tab if he's jGCKS K60 AWIS

tabbed with the right leading
ladies.

f..im hilt

r..nn mil in thf miflfllfi llf

wnc oiiuii vwv ,

the vard.

Officials of the university ot ore opeiauug,

Pittsburgh, reporters and pholos pholos-laphers
laphers pholos-laphers raced frantically up and
down the platform, unable to find
the Russians. Finally, the visitors
were found in the last coach.
The carlv morning fog and
clouds of s'eam from the coaches
obscured the handshaking and
bowing.
Lou's W. Johnstown, executive
secretary of the University's com committee
mittee committee on educational exchange
Greeted the Russians. Dr. (Miss)

RPORTR, Marin-i K. Vc-oshilova. sen'or re

search member, acknowieoeea

the. welcome by reading a

Ennliih

wan drowned out bj train whistles
and hissint steam.
Ttpr Rfraipht hair tucked unfler

a felt hat and attired in a pale blue

coat with a fur neckpiece, ut. vo vo-roshilova
roshilova vo-roshilova appeared unaware that
she was the center of attraction
for the American passengers. She
wore no makeup.
The visitors are from the Acadiv
my of Medical Science of the US USSR,
SR, USSR, first to slight from the train
was Dr. Mikhail P. Ohumakov, di director
rector director of the Polio Research In Institute.,
stitute., Institute., He wa followed by Dr. Voros-

hilova: Dr. Anatoli A. Smorodin

IL

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3 Da!!as Hoodlums
Held For Robbery
Of Richland Bank

TOPEKA, Kan .Jan. 30 (UP)
-The FBI today charged thyee
r.unn iT hnnrllnms with the

nnn Ton 9 rohhfirV of a banK

owned by Mrs. Georgia Nesse

shortl Clark Gray, first woman treasur-

L T..t L yyr-cnnn At F fhfi I InilPfl MdLCS.

une ot uie nicii w .... i

who was snot ann wireii1

1v Mrn C.rav'S' husband when

he tried to enter the Gray homei

again early yesterday.
The Other two were Louie Dee
Young Jr. 28, and Joe Hebert
Hopkins.
. vniiho was arrested here yestcr-

ifav. The FBI would not discuss I

Ifoskins' connection wilh the case.
The men ent"reJ the home of
Mrs. Gray on Jan. 2, abducted her
and took about S2.000 from the
Richland State Bank which she
owns in connection with a general
store. Mrs. Gray was US., treasur-

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LONDON, Jan. 28 (UP) The
strategic Asian kingdom of Af Afghanistan
ghanistan Afghanistan will send a military
mission to Moscow soon to d)s-

purchase of Soviet

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Eperimental Medicine, and Dr. man.

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Not in the Script: Robin Ray Raymond
mond Raymond about a double bill at her
neighborhood theater: "It's great.
Two Grace Kelly movies "To

Imogen Coca's heart It as big
L AO.. U.

r:MZtr':Wrms; authoritative sources said

wea er ""i here today.
c t They reported Afghanistan Is

Spike Jones is ready to record a:" restive because its re

new one "tne nance oi me lNicnt

Blooming Fungus."

Sign outside a
ne.so Restaurant:

"We Chop Our Own

Hollywood Chi-

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peatcd approaches to the Unit

ed States and British for arms
so "far have gone without An Answer.
swer. Answer. ';
Afghanistan lies on the flank
of the pro-western Baghdad
pact and has a 1,000-mile Joint
frontier with Russia. It Is anx anxious
ious anxious to get arms to modernize
its near-feudal forces.
Tho sources said the military
mission would accompany Af Afghan
ghan Afghan Premier Sardar Moham Mohammed
med Mohammed Daud and his foreign min

ister on their forthcoming visit j
to Moscow. I
The Afghan leaders. are re-1

iturDlng a recent visit to Kabul:
I of Soviet Premier Nikolai A.
iBulganin and Communist Party!
! Chief Nikita S. Khrushchev. i
I Russia has made it known to
! Afehanistan that arms, In ad addition
dition addition to other aid, would be u u-,
, u-, vailable for the asking, the
sources said.
i The Afghan government,
I whose relations with neighbor neighbor-ling
ling neighbor-ling Pakistan are strained, is re re-I
I re-I ported getting Impatient 'n view
I of Its precarious strategic posi position.
tion. position. It has complained of failure
ito get western good offices so
i far to settle its dispute with
P"k!stnn over the future stag's
1 of several wnnort Pa thJin trt-es:
men, now under Pakistan rule.

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TRAFFIC STOPPER The day of Epiphany is a happy one

for policemen of Rome, Italy, as this picture of one of

Rome s finest shows. He 8 directing traffic surrounded
by gifts from citizens and groups as the custom decrees.

I FOR OPERA FANS In New York, Met Opera star Rise
, ,..,in.ii. mm.riwirnit.wii imMti M w swAl Stevens and her husband-manacer. Walter Surow. are

MARCH-ING TO THE SEA The annual March of Dimes drive against polio gets a rousing .welcome in Cypress Gar- intrigued by a box of napkins that feature double-en-dens,
Fla., as the Aquamaids carry the message in novel fashion while churning up spray behind a speeding towboat. tendre cartoons based on thirty-six grand opera arias.

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IT SEEMS SOMEONE "GOOFED" In Richland Hills, Tex., a grocery chain of 179 stores decided to open another one,

. but, 18 months later officials and employes put up this closing sign explaining that the store was "opened by mis-

; take." The chain, noted for its frequent formal store openings, said that this Texas store has consistently lost money.

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crljirsl sketch tf th gown she is wearingwhkh, was.
designed especially for Best Dressed Grace Kelly by her
' fan club in Pittsburgh. Gown is for Designing Woman.

TAtE OF THE TAPE Actress Jayne Mansfield holds the
punched tape of a Robotester at its debut in New York.,
Jba. jfeviix. j(U!dianicaUyjtestsinachinesend. electronic
equipment. On the tape held by Jayne, the device record9"

from 70 to 90 per cent of defective parts in minutes.

WEST BERLIN SHOWS A NEW FACE
TOURISTS AND FORMER GIs who haven't been back balconies! The American Memorial library is one of the
to the city of West Berlin in the past few years would ; show spots of the city. The library, opened in 1954, is the,
undoubtedly be amazed and delighted with its transfor- gift of American people to Berliners in memory of the air
mation. Some of the world's most modern hotels the lift and -the fight for freedomrftot all ol the city has
Hotel Kempinski, for example are here along with some changed, though. The charm of its flower vendors, bicy-
of the latest in apartment dwellings, with their spacious cles and people is still there as thousands remember them.

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WITH CHERRIES, APPLESAUCE

US To Continue Stressing'
Diplomacy In Middle East

By CAYNOR MADDOX

KoO!celt .' sail.

RESUMES SOCIAL SCHEDULE Mrs. Dwight D. Eiesnhower
(left), resuming a normal social schedule for the first time
since the President's heart attackmeets with two members
of the Young republican Clubs, who called on her at. the
White House. In the center is Joyce I. Bovik, Denver, co.
chairman of the Young Republicans National Federation; and
at right is Charles McWhorter, New York City, chairman.

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' WASHLVGTOV Jan 30 -( VPl nunt and MnL

UBA B.-J --l U.rk.t. ErfltA- l, I !..! ,.,.. .. ill UUU tt aUlT- I'-'. IlCutlltl. m'

; ifor the time being to stress dipto- VRe ,u'wcal U,

I Here s 24-nour Dreaa ncn wnn macy m the Middle East raUier r nut,(,j ,,,al rn;,, ,i
red maraschino cherries, nuts and than join in airv arms race, ad-U, !,ugLblea mil .. IRe V" ;M
'canned applesauce. ministration oMiciais said today.1 ,tT .X,J.J".

Cherry Nuf Appl.s.uc. Br..d SX S;Wf TO
(Mat.. l.nSx3.inch.o.f, M-Ele.nor Rooseveit that; woruM
Two cups sifted all-purpose flour j t?- -m, Attho umc lac reot
i cup sugar. 3 teaspoons baking; But they saTthc United States! Ta''su
powder, U teaspoon cinnamon, l;wiU seek in the next few months J ,n "n int',vc '"J
teaspoon salt..; cup chopped wal- 80me ; way to settl ,he Is,.aell. tn.s "ld was nut 'of
nuts, 1-3 cup chopped maraschino Arab di5Dute Tne scarch for new', bUl ll'e,isueul"'J as pilt u
cherries, drained (about 15 cher- K?e
ries). 1 egg, 1 1-pound can apple- part of Uie meeting beginning to-i outpost on Dec. l-an action thut
sauce, 2 tablespoons, salad oil, inomw at the white House be-drew unanimous U, N. Secuniy
dash nutmeg, maraschino cherries, uweon p1.esident Eisenhower and Council .condonation,
quartered. British Prime Minister Anthony Diplomats believe that the time
- ) Eden. may be ripe for a new peace rf.
Sift flour, susar. baking powder,! Mrs Roosevelt, widow of th e fort during the. next, few months months-s
s months-s teaspoon cinnamon and salt to-.,ate president franklin D. Foose-jThey say both sides have much 'to
thcr. Add walnuts and cherries; ve issued statement in New! gain by settling the dispute before'
and mix well. Combine egg, l.cupi York yesterdav urging that Is-! the danger of war is increased by
applesauce and salad oil and beat L,el be provi(cd with ,rmB to ba-lan arms race,
well. Add flour mixture ana mix ,ance thosp that Egvpt is getting I There is considerable optimism

A (jooJ (&nu fiing. 4iJj

igfit Against m&nj. J4ai

Bailey in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Brother And Sifter
Celebrate Brithdayt
Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Ob
erholtzer took care of two birth
days at once Saturday afternoon.

Their six-year old daughter Judy
and four-year old son have birth birthdays
days birthdays the same day, so they were
guests of honor at a party given

by their parents at their home ui
Gatun.
Children present were; Judy and
Joey's cousins, Janis. Ricky, Ken

ny and Stevie Brogie, also Davey

and Craig Robertson, Woreen and
A J. Metzger Bobby, Skipper and

Judy Redmond, Stevie and James
Jackson, Billy White, Steve Radel,

Kera Lee, Charlene and Bon Tin

Mr. and Mrs. D, Gricr, Mr. L. C.
nateuianii, iur aim mxh. it. .
rieir, an: anu ivirs. vv. i. rlaivosa,
Mr. ana mrs. iiarreu, ivir.
A. L. jnuicott, Ml'. . luri,
Mr. U. m. nan, Mr. and Mrs. ft.
nogan, ivir. anu mi-s. u. A. Jones,
mi. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. V,
m. Jensen, mi. anu Mrs. f. narst,

Mr. x Mi Jviuut, Mi', anu mis
C. ivociter, Misa Florence Lam

XSTINQ THE WEDDING CAKE Mrs. Marco Antonio de Janon shares a slice of wedding
cake with her husband at the feception following their marriage, Saturday.

Miss Elena Isabel Stagg, daughter of Mrs. Evelina Jimenez
de Stagft and the late Eduardo Stags was married, Saturday
evening, to MarcicAntonio de Janon, son of Mr. and Mrs- Car Car-los
los Car-los de Janon Jr., at the Cristo Key Church.
: Mr, de Janon is a graduate of Balboa High School and is
well known in the tourist business In Panama. y

The bride who was given in mar marriage
riage marriage by her brother, Eduardo
Stagg, Jr. wore a gown of ice blue
taffeta and lace along with a tulle
veil fastened to a diminutive cap of
similar taffeta. Her bouquet was a
spray of white orchids.
Miss Dorita Jimenez, maid of
honor wore rosy pink and carried
a bouquet or roses. Dressed in
white lace and tulle with bouquets
of Hortensias, the bridesmaids were
Miss Olga Ramos, Miss Mansin
Lopez, Miss Carmen Fabrega,
Miss Guillermina Lopez, MissMal MissMal-vina
vina MissMal-vina Galindo, Miss Julieta Boyd,
Miss Marceia de Janon, and Miss
priscilla Navarro.
Mr Jaime de Janon was nest
man for the bridegroom. U h era

vere Mr. Juan Antonio oiag,

suii. mi', aim Mrs. j. jj. Long, Mr.

aim Mrs. j. l. iAnjji ll'; aim for young-looking hair by get

35

AGING involves drying. It'i a
sad but indisputable fact. The skin
takes more encouragement to look
soft and young, hair has a tenden tendency
cy tendency to become straw-like, lips and
hands grow dry as one grows old older.
er. older. There is no need to decide you
must simply dry up and blow a a-way
way a-way like a leaf because of this
natural process, however. While
one cannot regain, by any means,
the skin and hair one had at 20,
one can certainly counteract man-

y of the unbeautyfying effects of

this process.
Hair is one of the easiest to do

Many omen try to gain their

j. Lany, Mr. aim uuS. l. a. Larri Larri-suii,
suii, Larri-suii, au. anu mi's. w. jv. Mtxue,
Mr. Mcviure, Mr. c. a. mockus,
Mr. anu Mrs. -.V. liicnomona, jr.
and mis. u. L.. aavoiu, Mr; auu

ting oil treatments at the .beauty

salon, forgetting to aid the process
with the simple expedient of
brushing. Brushing coaxes the oils

out from the roots to the end of

rwina Ainman Jr.. Mr. Mar

ti-'v pBmir.7. Mr: Luis Carlos I Roth

7r.K Mr- Ramon fabrega, Mr. and Cookie; Graves, Jenny

Raui Piad, Mr. Eduardo Maduro,
Jr.. and. Mr. Jaime Jacome.
pinwpr cirls were Valli Stanziola

Obaldia and Viviane del Carmen
de Janon. Ana Maria Sosa Arango,
Xenia Elida Bcrmudez de Janon
and Mlchele Cecile dJanoserv dJanoserv-.,
., dJanoserv-., a trainbearcrs. The ring and

rras were carried oy rmiiuu
Castro Strunz and Carlos de Janon
'wncA- mpiiidcd.'.'lbc mother

tnd brother of the bride., the bride
Mr and Mrs

Juan Euribiadcs Jimenez, Mr. and
Mrs.ORene Oriilac. Mr. and Mrs.
i., Antnnin Jimenez. Mr. ana

lira Antnnm Stanziola. Mr. Ansel-

mo Castro, Mrs, Abigail P.,de Diez,

Mr. and Mrs. j:ern.ajH.vt
and Mrs. Ramon Martinez, Mr.
and Mrs. Juan Asemena, Mr.
and Mrs. Guillermp. de la Guardia,
Mr. and Mrs. Nicanor AL de Oba Oba-rrio,
rrio, Oba-rrio, Mr.Alcides Garcia, Mr. Pa Panama
nama Panama G. de -Brid, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Richard Lanzner, Mr. and
Mrs. Cirlbs Bcrmudez, Mr. and
Mrs. Anlbal Ribs, Mr. Arturo Mid Midler,
ler, Midler, Mrs. Olga de de Janon. .Mr.
and Mrs. Enrique de la Ossa, Mr.
and Mrs. Francisco Morales, Mr.
Roberto Perez, Mrs. Malvina G. de
Arosemena, Dr. and Mrs. Harry
Strunz, Mr. Rodolfo Herbruger,
Mrs. Clelia D. de Jacome, Mr.
ifnd Mrs. Enrique A. Jimenez, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Escolfery,
jr., Mr., and Mrs. Rafael Aleman,
Mr. Antonio de Roux, Mrs.lana
Teresa G. de Boyd, Mr. and Mrs.
Eduardo Fabrega, and Dr. and
Mrs. Juan Luis orrea.
A reception was held at me
home o the bride's mother follow following
ing following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
de Janon will go to Costa Rica on
their wedding trip.

canni, Kenny r-ortner, m a x 1 1 y n Mr. J. Wade and Mr. A. E. Wilson

, Robyn Hammeter, Charlenc ..

March of Dime Concert Tonight

Mrs. ,k. t. anuey, Mr. aim 'Mrs. the hair, stimulates the scalp and

w l. suaip, Mr. m. Men y, Mr. removes dust and some dirt

k. la. 6nyucx-, ivir. aim mis. l. L.
tellers, ui'. anu Mrs. f, aiewau,
Mr. o. benear, Mr. J. l. sestito,
Mr. and Mrs. a. W. spp, Mr. anu
Mrs. R. Sawyer, Mr. R. Taylor,
Mr ant Mrr V ITniiti I. I

imraii. Mr. and Mr. whi. ..getting at the. roots. It comes

Brushing should be done thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly and regularly. A good
brush ) indispensable. One new
one that mature women may want
to investigate is curved to assist

and i

Paul Beno, Bobbv, Eddy and Edna

Mae Forsythe Cherry De Raps
and Lee Christopher. Prizes were
won by Brogie Charlene Graves,
Cookie Graves, Bobby Forsythe and
Bobby Redmond.
The adults who enjoyed the cele celebration
bration celebration were the honorees' grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Catan Catan-zaro
zaro Catan-zaro of Gamboa, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernie Beno, Mr. R. G. Robertson,
Mrs. Porter Crawford and Mrs.
Dale Fortner.
Mrs. Dora Bennett
Gives Program To CZ At League

Members of the Canal Zone Art
League from both the Atlantic and
the Pacific sides of the Isthmus
attended their first regular meet meeting
ing meeting for 1956, on Friday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C,
Myers of Balboa.
A full and constructive program
for the year was presented and
discussed.
The League's new President, Mrs
0. C. Myers, named her commit:
tees for the following: Yearbook
and Program Exhibits; Beaux
Arts Ball; Scholarship; Member Membership;
ship; Membership; Publicity.
Mrs. Philip Thornton, Chairman
of the first committee, reported a
complete schedule of meetings and
programs for the year. Mr. Paul
Colby spoke of plans for the Year Yearbook
book Yearbook soon to be published. ;
After the business meeting, Mrs.
Dora Bennett, the guest speaker
for the evening, showed color
slides of varieties of flowering
plants and trees, and of cortons
here in Panama. Mrs. Bennett
spoke on ways in which these may
be effectively used in landscaping,

The March of Dimes benefit J'ia

no Concert will be presented this
evening at 8:15 p.m. at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces Service Cent Center.
er. Center. , ,. .....
' SP3; Dale Brooks of Fort Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, A-2c Robert Jaekle and SP3
Benjamin. Whitten, all of whom
are stationed with the Armed Forc

es in the Canal Zone, have ar

wih a large comb, but remember

r

4

only until blended.

Turn into greased' 9x5x3 inch pan
and bake in moderate oven (350

degrees F.) 1 hour, or until aone.,
Cool 10 minutes and remove from
pan. Cool thoroughly, v i
Combine remaining applesauce.;
i4 teaspoon cinnamon and nutmeg;
mix well. Spread over loaf. Gar-,
nish with quartered cherries.
Cherry Prune Bread
Mke 1 Tx5x3-ineh loef)
Threp cuns sifted all-purpose

flour, 4 teaspoons baking powder,
l'i teaspoons salt, 2 tablespoons
sugy; '4 cup shortening, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons grated orange rind, 1 cup
dried prunes, pitted and finely
chopped, Mi cup chopped mara

schino cnernes, ctraineu ibuuui aw
cherries),, 2 eggs, beaten, 1 cup

milk..
Sift flour,' baking powder, salt
and sugar together. Cut in shorten shortening
ing shortening with nnstrv blender or 2 knives.

Add orange rind, prunes and cher cherries
ries cherries and mix well. Combine eggs
and milk and add to cherry
mixture. Mix only until dry ingre ingredients
dients ingredients are moistened. Turn into
greased 9x5x3 inch baking pan and
bake in moderate oven (350 de degrees
grees degrees F.) 1 hour, or until bread
tests done.

from the Soviet bloc in administration quarters that t,-

, Mr. Truman also signed the state-1 gypt is anxious for a settlement.

.!

Thorough brushing is one of
the mature woman's weapons
against dry hair. This brush to
specially curved

that combing will not do
brushing can accomplish.

what

7ie Mafc'te fitimt

e

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE I mother whose, hospital can't pro-

. mise you "rooming hr" facihtiej
"PLEASE comment on the cur-' for your baby, don't worry about
rent magazine article. 'BabiesI11' Don't raise your blowd pressure

TOTAL CLOSE OUT
with 50 discount
of HUNDREDS of sterling hollow
and flatware items "Intcrnalionar'
PORRAS, Plaza S de Mayo, Petunia

Mean

LMAKfifRIENDS

S .- . ; v

ranged a procram of concert DrG-!s,10U Be Born at Home,1 by Dr.l0 rge at civilization's heartlcs-

scntations from the music of Havd- Ashley Montagu," writes a I

en, Scarlatti, Chopin, Shostokovitch, lreader- He's right, I think. The

women i Know nave oniy Dome
their children in hoopitaU because

Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Sibelius

ana Aauinseu

Balboa Women's Club
Card Group
The Balboa Woman's Club card
group will meet on Thursday, at
12:15. at the Albrook Officer's Club

for a no host lunch. Please call

Helen Barrett, Balboa 3617 lor re reservations.
servations. reservations.

Joint, Hosts Give Dinner
For Ambassador and
Mrt. Salvatierras
Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Porras and
Mr. and Mrs. Jaime de la Guardia
were joint hosts at a dinner giv giv-m
m giv-m at the Porras home in Golf

Heights, Thursday. Guests of hon-: Despidida For
or were the Public Relations Of-!Mr. Harry W. Peterson
ficer of the United States Embassy F riends and co-workers gathered
in Mexico and Mrs. Richard Sal-Iat the Albrook tyC.O. Club on Fri Fri-vatierras,
vatierras, Fri-vatierras, who are visiting here, (day to honor Mr. Harry W. Peter Peter-The
The Peter-The Salvatierras, were residents; son who is retiring after thirty thirty-ef
ef thirty-ef the Isthmus when Mr. Salvatie-jnine years of continuous service
rras was stationed here with the, with the Canal Zone Postal Divi-

US Embassy and have m anyision

St. Valentine's Day
Revue At Ft. Clayton
At the St. Valentine's Day Revue,
which will take place at Ft. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Service Club the following tal talent
ent talent will be presented; Kenny Ad Adams
ams Adams Judie Rosser, Mel Cooley, J.
C. Three and Eddie Edwards. All
military and civilian personnel and
their dependents are invited.
Fort Clayton NCO Club
The Fort Clayton Non-Commis-skmed
Officers Wives Club, held

doctors refused to attend them at I with you is what will count be-

home..,." .. tween him and you. Realizing your
Separating new mothers andjwisn in tne actual "rooming in"
babies, I think is one of civiliza- arrangement is not. nearly so im-

tions worst habits. iponani as tne ishing itself.

However, if you're a pregnant

tu ma.u

WIDOW MUST AJUST LIFE TO
HER NEW CONDIIONS

A widow in her middle sixties

8,11 I -n.. n.-c

Just now civilization is not vnnr '- ..... .u u

business i your serenitv is. f h r?w" l":.?? "w

fart lhat vnii WiWT m,. Lil ana now sue ui
lR ,liat yu -WANT, your baby am. tn ratch ..n, She ls s0 ,,U!jv

talking about how. busy she is
she never really sees you or
hears what you. have to say.
Makinsr a virtue out of being

rushed and busy and confused
i.. I,,,

a sure-lire way ut kiiiiuk

their monthly, social Tuesday, in complains that the couples she
the lounge on, the second floor of and her husband used to see a

the Non-Commissioned Officers great deal of have little time for

Club. The ladies present were the

Mrs. Carter, Ingle, Holsford. Mc

Coy, Knight, tastuow, Alexander,
Ortiz, Reichclt, Richerson Gillett,
Blackby, Moore, Todd, Williams,
Young; Cournoyer, Huben, Murphy,
Walker, Norton, Pierdolla. As a
visitor Mrs. Anderson. The door
prize was won by Mrs. Castilow.
The prizes for the games were
won by Mrs. Carter, Castilow,
Knight, Ingle.

friends here.

An inscribed Hamilton wrist

watch was presented to the guest
of honor with all good wishes from

his friends. Mrs. Peterson received

Visiters From Bogata
Honored at Dinner

Mrs. Jaime Correal. and Mrs.! a matched pair of Italian figurin-

Jack Oundijan pf Bogota were;es, the Pollera Girl and the Mon

guests of honor at a dinner given
by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Healy
at their home in Golf Heights,

tuno Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson
will sail on the SS "Ancon" on
Saturday, February 4th.
They will travel by train from
New York to the West Coast where
they plan to make their home at
512 S. Glendale Avenue. Glendale,

California

Thursday evening.
Visitors From Bogata
Honored at Dinner :
Mrs. Jaime Correal and Mrs.
Jack Oundijan of Bogota were

cuests of honor at a dinner given i and Mrs. Cdrlos R. Dean. Mr.

by Mr. and Mrs. Edward llealyi Georgo Black, Mr. William Taylor

at tneir nome m uon rieigms,: ana Mr. James jviarsnan, utners
Thursday evening. i present were Mr. W. A. Alinis,
Mrs. Correal is the former Sonia ; Mr. M. Z. Brandon, Mr. and Mrs.
Martinz and Mrs. Oudijan is the.W. C. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. D. R.
former Gerta Martinz. They are Boyer, Mr. N. E. Bissel, Mr. J. K
visiting their parents, Mr. and Bedsworth, Mr. and- Mrs; E.
Mrs. Louis Martinz of Golf Heights. Breakfield, Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
. iBlaney, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brown,
Dr. W. t. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cotton, Mr. J.
Back W. T. Biiley ; I Culpepper. Mr. Carmi Clough, Mr.

Back From The States Billy Cole, Mr. M. De la Pena,

. Each notice for inclusion In ttiii
-. column uliould lubmitted m type-v
written form nd mailed to one of
the box number Ihted daily In "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherwise." or delivered
by hand to the office. Notice! of
meetings cannot be accepted btele.
phone.
Fort Clayton .. ....
Officers' Wives
The Fort Clayton Officers'
Wives' Olub wil) hold the regular
monthly luncheon .at. J2: 00 hours.
Wednesday, at the Fort Clayton Of-

ncer. umn. x or reservation plea-

FOR it's this that represents the IF"

Will mpin mntharhnnH tn un, Ko. I vnarin.

by. It will find a way to express
itself with or without the "room-1
ing in'',; arrangement.
It would be lovely if we could
guarantee all babies tender ma-'

I ternal feeling by reorganizing hos-i
ipitals' designs I don't think we

can. s
A new mother who fears and
resents her new role might be not
relaxed at all by the strains of the
"rooming In" arrangement. In-1
stead of appreciating her chance
to care for her baby herself, she ;
might feel herself ill-used a n d
spend her time, not in tender feel-!
ing toward him but in secret wish wishes
es wishes for separation from him and
recovered privacy.
"THE newborn baby needs the
presence of a loving, solicitous :
voice the waruth and softness of
its mother's body writes .'anthro-'

pologist Montagu in his new 'book,

I 26 modern "Santa" ships uniting the
a m. m a

n Americas wun iasi anu jrcijucin

5
t
I

i

service,

WKKKLY SERVICE FROM NEW YORK
TO WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" ..Due Cristobal, C. Z., Feb. 1
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA' ... .Due Cristobal, C. Z., Feb. 8

t WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
I WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK

' :'
i S.S. "SANTA ISABEL" .... Sails Cristobal, C. Z., Jan. 31

s.s. "SAis iA luisa' .sans vnsiooai, v. rcu.

run it ii c iiirinr invr?T fHisT S

S.S. "SANTA f:RlJZM'.l.,...i.;.Due Balboa, C. Z.. Feb, S3
S.S. "SANTA FE" v. ...... .Due Balboa, C. Z March 23 w
FROM CRISTOBAL AND BALBOA, C. Z; TO THE H?

WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA & U. S, PACIFIC
S.S. "SANTA ANITA Sails Cristobal, C. Z.,eb.' 6
Balboa Only 1

I'-

; PANAMA AGENCIES CO i
i CRISIOBAL: 2131 2135 PANAMA: 2-0556 055? g

J BALBOA: 1501 2159 2

her now that she is a lone woman

She feels neglected and resent resentful
ful resentful and lonely, especially on holid
days .when others ari busy with
their own plans while she sits at
home alone.
There's a simple answer to her
problem if she will only take it.
And that is to make new friends
among women who, like herself,
are alone and lonely.
Why should she sit at home alone
trVi 't r-Virf hrtiiM IaaIi ta rftiinrl 4tf

oth'ers as alone and lonely as shell0" .0. ?
; nA mat th first oAstiiri. tn- lopment. He adds: VThe relations

Our Standards are high!
Our prices arc not.
COLPAN Se: vice hits the Spot! I
You and your car deserve

COLPAN conscieltious Service

i;

1

J

is and make the first gesture to

ward friendship with some of
them..''. :
The next time a holiday draws
near, instead of waiting and hop
in a to be invited out. why doesn't

she look around and find several

se can Mrs. j,, a. BurKhart, te- h sne shouldn't start making
ephone 87-5124. All members andu friends among women who
their guests are, invited to attend. h"ve time for "her.
it is bound to hurt when old
Fort Davis friends start di'ilting a way. But it
S?" VIL won't hurt nearly so much if .the
Officers Wives Lta mtuki vela hnsv roolac-

IItlCVtv.w O

between the mother andi infant

during the first few days following
birth are of utmost importance for
each of them."
I believe Dr. Montagu, ..but : 1
don't see the separation of new
. -11. I 1 L .!

.u. i.i .nr) init 'moiners ana oamcs as me proo-

tr"" llern. The fact we've allowed the!

Preparing for "them will keep .f ?hbif,m'hA"J is
!,,.,. ".-j ...-mm:j rimnj part of the big one thats bas e to
.J:Jl parent-child relationships to-

own day happyT And Tin timl her'lay-Awe of the Expert We're
hospifJty will be returned Shewed tc rus what we feci or
will find that she is no -longer Knaflv' hM ,rt u
feeling left out and neglected.- m$ will bless babies In the
When a widow enn t hang on toV 'rooming in" arrangements
the remnants of her old life theref1 the,rrangcmenUbut the r
Son" one sensible thing tor htt 1. rcsPect for their
to do, and that is to start bdilding own feelings,
a new life for herself. . .;. ..-

Because old tnenas aon t seem

to have time for her is no reason

2? AffjCSMr mTGlAf

The largest on Aitesoobile Row

We work. .
;ou take the Siesta!
Call Crosbie
Panama 2-1035

f;
i
H.

Among those present were Mr.l me inontniy meeting of t h eiintne 0m Mends with new ones

hnrt I invifi I itttrnrc Aiivaa f 'itiK i u a-

W v 'H wvv f "MVS V1U VJ

will be held on Wednesday, at

No one is ever too old to do that

P:30 a nr. Coffee will be served

the-Fort Davis Officers' Club.

prior to the business meeting atjtXDCCTOnt MOTnCrr ;

Atlantic Camera Club;
There will be a special meeting
of the Atlantic Camera Club to tonight
night tonight at 7:30 at' their club rooms
in Mt. Hope. "
Mr. Robert K. Hanna of Balboa

will show slides taken on his trip

Dr. William T. Bailey and his lr. J. D. Dunaway. Mr. C. F. De

ra'4K Pat.-reUriid toJl)aJfcUi.-JaniyrlIr- anil Air.:, .LDiivoll I through the western part of,thel
mus, Saturday night after' a two-. Mrs. Z. K. Esier, Mr. and Mrs.. United Slates" last summcifr""t

vcek vacation in the Maes. UieyiK. G, Farrcll, Mrs. H. h. Finnegan.l Refreshments will be served fol
visited his mother, Mrs. E. K. Mr. N. Fraim, Mr. L. R. Gale, lowing the meeting.

Get Reserved Scot

On PeiDinq Buses ; ;

J

Jf for prickly heat

MEXSANAn

or nkin

irritation Mcxan ta

m f dicatrd powder
that relieves, rc rc-'renhea
'renhea rc-'renhea and protecta.

TOKYO, Jan. 30 (UP) Radii

Peiping ; boasted today that
buses in the Communist Chi Chinese
nese Chinese capital have special seats
reserved for expectant 'mothers.

''BUS COndUCtOrS are COUm- (Skin Blm. Hrl. and nr.

rtTiy-anrtjrjroTrtr?t:"-'the faroari-atla-wM,-..aiiit

said. "They keep the buses clean'
all the time." '

J -wwnn I
1 antmiifail

Another protiuvl; Mcxsana

in White and Hand-Painted Porcelain

AT

Cy in os

TIVOU AVE.

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- TEE PASA3W' AMERICAN. 'AS' INDEPEXDEXT DAILT .VFSVSrArTS

League Leaders Hope
To Increase Margin

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By J. J. HARRISON Jr.

Another twinbill is on

. Stadium with the Spur Cola Sodamen meeting the-Carta
Vieja Yankees.
aV Yesterday the Sodamen defeated the Yankees 13 to
'7 to increase their lead to two full games over the second
"place Smokers. 1
. Saturday night the Smokers heat the Yanks 5 to 2
"f; '.in the first game of a doubleheader, and in the nightcap
i Carta Vieja triumphed over Spur Cola 7 to 3.

Cookie Stempei and Vic Stryska
are listed to start on the mc-una,
for the Yankees against Vibert
i Clarke and Jim Tugerson.
The Yanks will be playing
..without the services of two cf
" their regulars and second string
,. catcher Tom Patton. The other
o.wlavers are outfielder Johnny
Kropf and firs tbaseman Tony
; Bartirome. Mrs. uuuiora
r- Dickens, wife of the Carta Vieja
, outfielder-lnfieider, win
' leave today.
also

They depart for Miami by mond, Va. ..
plane thia afternoon at 4:30, If the Sodamen win the pen-
Bartirome who has been pro-jnant, Dickens will be a member
moted to Hollywood, Open Clas- of Panama's team in the Carib-
sification Pacific Coast Lea?ue,:bean series. Manager Leon Kell Kell-f"will
f"will Kell-f"will bo to his home In Pitts-. man has also, solicited the serv-

'-"burgh, Pa., arid then fly to .he
Melvin Bourne
Retains Title
if-"
On TKO Win
'u Bantamweight champion Mel Mel-'
' Mel-' yia Bourne, 118, successfully de de-offended
offended de-offended his crown last night by
Storing a seventh round TKO
over Byron Cumberbatch, 117 Vi,
before a large crowd at the Na National
tional National Gym. The bout had, been
et for 15 heats.
, Using roughhouse tactics all
."'the way, the champion was
warned repeatedly by referee
Isaac Herrera for butting and
sin other foul methods,
Cumberbatch suffered a cut
; en the side ot his right eye in
the fourth and .another under,
the, left eyebrow1 in the sixth,
! The' loser's! cdrher claimed they
.' were caused by butts.
J Bourne, who has the reputa reputa-;
; reputa-; tion of being a "ditry fighter,"
I was at his worst last night. He
i used his elbows and head inces incessantly
santly incessantly and hit after the break
I on several occasions.
The winner, who lost two
i rounds on fouls, was behind on
the judges' scorecards by a slight
1 margin when the bout was stop stopped
ped stopped by the referee in 2:58 of
the round.
Many of the fans voiced their
disgust of Bourne's action with
-loud boos and catcalls.
Medicine used on tbe cuts
by Cumberbatch's seconds ap-
reared to enter his eyes, and
! Jhe challenger had difficulty
peeing just before the match
N stopped. ,
Iln the six-round semifinal,
Tfiar.k Bill. 122',. eained a una-
i rimous verdict over Manuel
Pj-escott, 125 1-4, In a thrilling
i tsonny McKay, 115V2, took the
main prelim- over Tony xorre-
1 plosa in, oy unanimous aeei aeei-i
i aeei-i ninri .n make It five wins in like
i nrn aDDearances: and In the
' curtain raiser. Ernesto Taylor,
117 1-4, scored a TKO over Luis
i T&drieuez, 126. in 2:50 of the
fst round. Taylor substituted
for ailing Arias Mendez.
LAST DAY! .75 .40
3:15 5:10 7:05 -8:55 p.m.
OTIEST OF ALL Y
A2VLNHJr.ES! V ?
Today Encanto .35 .20
', Double In Technicolor!
Leslie Caron, in
"TEE GLASS SLIPPER"
Dan Duryea, in
, "THE MARAUDERS'
Ttfryj IMAL 20 JO
'. Abbott & CostelldrTn""
"AFRICA SCREAMS"
John Barry more, Jr., irr
"THE BIG NIGHT"

r ) f

4

1 ALLItO ARTISTS rtttMl V)
B JOANNE DRU If''
b PETER FINCH f :.
, -. a m
P.NT .V ft
TCCHNICOLOH V- L

tap tonight at the Olympic

West Coast soon after for spring
training.
Kropf, who hails from Brook
lyn. N.Y., got permission to go
home because of personal prob
lems."
Patton, who belongs to the St.
Louis Cardinal chain, has to
report to a special training
school early in February. His
hometown is Honeybrook, Pa.
Mrs. Dickens will visit her Da-
rents in Charleston, W. Va., and
then meet her husband In FeD-
Iruary at their home in Rich-
ices of infielder-catcher
Shantz of the Yanks.
Billy
Yesterday the Sodamen scor scored
ed scored two runs in the top of the
sixth to break a three-all tie
and go on to their 1 3to 7 win win-over
over win-over the Yanks.'
Hector Lopez hit his tenth
homer of the season in the sev seventh
enth seventh to tie the league record
held by Qulncy Barbee.
Winning pitcher Jerry Davie
started and was relieved by Jim
Tugerson in the eighth. Davie's
record is now two and one. Spur
Cola collected a total of 21 hits
to Carta Vieja's ten. 1
Ed Monahan opened on the
mound for the losers and drop dropped
ped dropped his fourth decision against
three wins. Bobo Higgins came
in in the seventh and was re relieved
lieved relieved In the same frar.e by Art
Sewell who finished the game.
Saturday night Don Elston
picked up his fourth triumph as
compared to two setback1? as he
scattered 12 hits' to hand the
Yankees a 5 to 2 loss.
A twb-run homer In the first
Inning by Ellas Osorio put the
wnlners in front to stay. Elias
was hit In the head by a pitch
served by, loser Bill Hockenbury
in the seventh inning and re
tired from the game.; r s -In
the afterpiece Corky
Glamp's two-run fourbagger tn
the fifth was the big blow in
Carta Vieja's 7 to 3 triumph
over the Sodamen.
The winners' scored five times
in the fifth all with two outs.
By mutual agreement with the
managers of the three clubs and
league officials, both games went
seven innings. It had been an
nounced that the contests would
go nine frames.
Panama Soccer
Champs Defeat
Ecuadorans 1-0
Panama's champion soccer
team Martel defeated Ecua Ecuador's
dor's Ecuador's leading eleven, the Pan Panama
ama Panama Sporting Club, one-nil at
the Olympic Stadium las t
' night. "'
The visitors, who played the
last match of a three-game
series with local teams, drop dropped
ped dropped two games and tied once.
They were beaten three to
one by Biskaina in their first
appearance and they tied one
all with Casa Fastlich.
Bullfighter
Gored In Thigh
At Macarena
By DAVE CONSTABLE
Mexican matador Juan Estra
da was gored in the leg' yester yesterday
day yesterday by what was probably the
smallest bull he ever, fought,
Estrada, who had impressed'
Isthmian aficionados with his
bravery and dexterity, was in injured
jured injured by the first bull of the
afternoon at, La Macarena bull bullring
ring bullring after he had made some
excellent veronicas and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful chicuelinas during the first
phas eof the fight: :
Settling down for some fancy
work with cape and sword, the
confident Estrada allowed the
Ibus homrtotoodoe. One
of the bulls horns caught him
in the left leg and hurled him
high in the air. Quick wor oy
his assistants distracted the
I bull's attention away from Es Estrada
trada Estrada after he had fallen help helpless
less helpless to the floor of the arena.
I After emereencv treatment in
!the bullring's infirmary, Estra
,da.ffas rushed to Santo Tomas.

Hospital He was reportedasTon"l6igO!irce"mofeTaTrnW
resting well today. Doctors said one ear for .his performance a a-the
the a-the deep wound in his thigh gainst tht second bull of the
would keep him in the hospital afternoon,
for about 15 days. Bullfights will be held again
, His rival, boy matador Mano-' next Sunday afternoon.

SATURDAY NIGHTS GAMES

Dazzling Don
First Game

Chesterfield AB R HPOA
Bernard. 2b ......4 10 2 2
Schell, If ...... .4 12 10
Stewart, cf .4 0 1 2 0
E. Osorio, lb ......3 115 0
Roberts, lb ...... 0 0 0 1 0
Queen, c 3 1 2 7 0
Parris, 3b 3 1 10 3
'Prescott, rf . 3 0 2 3 0
HoUradeau, ss ....3 0 1 0 1
Elston, p .3 0 2 0 0
. 30 5 12 21 6

Carta Vieja
Bartirome, lb ....4 0 0 10 0
Shantz, 2b .......3 0 0 1 1
Phillips, rf .......3 0 0 0 0
Dickens, LT ...... .3 2 2 1 0
Kropf, cf ....3 0 2 2 0
Wilhelm, ss ......2 0 1 1 2
Glamp, 3b'.. 3 0 12 2
Dabek, c ...3 0 0 4 3
Hockenbury, p ...2 0 0 0 5
26 2 6 21 13
Chest .200 012 05 12 0
C. Vieja .....010 001 02 6 1
Summary
Errors: Wilhelm. RBI's: E.
Osorio 2, Kropf, Stewart, Pres Pres-cott
cott Pres-cott 28. Earned runs: Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield 4. Carta Vieja 2. Twd base
hits: Dickens, Wilhelm, Schell,
Queen, Prescott. Home run: E E-lias
lias E-lias Osorio. Doubleplays; Parris,
Bernard, E. Osorio. Hit batters:
Elston (Hockenbury): Hocken
bury (E. Osorio). Struck out bv
Hockenbury 5, Elston 6. Bases
on balls off Hockenbury 1. Els Elston
ton Elston 1, Left on base: Carta Vleia
5, Chesterfield 6. Winning pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Elston (4-2). Losing pitcher:
Hockenbury (1-3). Umpires:
Thornton, Williamson, Coppin.
Time of game: 1:50.
Unke's First
Second Game

Carta Vieja AB R HPOA
Bartirome, lb 3 2 7 8 0
Shantz, 2b 4 0 2 1 S
Porter. If ........4 12 4 0
Dickens, cf .......4 1 1 1 0
Phillips 4 13 2 0
GlamD, 3b 3 11 13
Wilhelm, ss 3 1 10 1
Patton, c 3 0 0 4 0
Unke, p ....... 3 0 0 0 1
Stryska, p .......0 0 0 0 1
31 7 12 21 8

Spur Cola AB
Moore, ss 3
Charles, 3b .3
HPO
1 1
Glenn, cf 3
Lopez, 2b 4
Kellman, r, .3
Gordon, lb 4
P. Osorio. rf ...;.4
Grenald, If ...... .3
Tugerson. p ,,.fc.,0
At. Rrathwaite ...1
C. Thome, n ... ...0
Al.. Brathwaite ...1
Gonzalez, p ..... .0
G. Thome ...... .1 .0
MrHonald ,0 0
Arthurs, p ....... .0 0
30 3 7 21 7
Archie Brathwaite flied out
for Tugerson In 3rd.
Alonso Brathwaite flied out
for Thorne in 6th.
McDonald ran for Thome h
6th.
Vieja
Cola
,.005 100 17
.001 001 13
12
7
Summary
Errors: GlamD. Shantz. RBI's:
Phillips 2, Wilhelm, Glamp 2,
Moore, Porter, G. Thome, Lo Lopez,
pez, Lopez, Shantz. Earned runs:: Carl
ta Vieja 7, Spur Coa 2. Two bnse
hits: Kellman, Phillips, Grenald.
Bartirome 2, Moore, Charles,
Home runs: Glamp. LoDez. Dou
bleplays: C. Thorne, Gordon. Hit
batter; Unke (Charles). Wild
nltch: Tugerson.' Struck out bv
Tueerson 2, Thorne 1, Unke 2,
Annurs i, stryska 2. Base on
balls off Tugerson 1, Unke 3.
Left on base; Carta Viela 4,
spur Cola 10. Pitcher's recorl
Tugerson 5 runs. 7 hits in 3 hv
nlngs; C. .Thorne 1 run, 3 hits
in 2 innings; Gonzalez 0 runs, 0
hits in 1 inning; Unke 2 runs.
5 hits in 5 2-3 innings. Winnie
pitcher: Unke (1-2). Loslnt?
pitcher f Tugerson (5-2). Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: Hinds, CoDDln, Thornton.
Time of game: 2:06.
Curundu Fnir
0ens Friday
The Curundu Swimming Pool
Association announces the o-
nenine of Its third annual fair
from Feb. 3 through Feb, 12 at
the Curundu Fair Grounds,
The fair will feature amuse
ments by the Coney Island Fides
Company including the "Boo "Boomerang,"
merang," "Boomerang," the "Hammer," tne
"Ferris Wheel" and many oth others.
ers. others. Thlrtv merchants from Pan-
LX
Of narticulpr interest win be aJ
display of all the 1956 Television
Sets.
There will be 14 booths-of
sideshows an damusements, Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments of all kinds will be
available.
- ilo Marauez, finished off the bull
which crored Fstrada. and went

I 'IH!Im'!.

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U. S. TEAM MARCHES INTO OLYMPICS The United States
the seventh Winter Olympic Games follows flagbearer James

Cortina, Italy, at the opening of
ar,
2

SEVEN YEAR OLD WINNERS First, James Thompson; second,
Kevin Bradley; third, Billy Colman, in last year's 25 yd. free
style event for seven year old boys in the Third Annual Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Civic Council Swim Meet.

Cachafaz Cops
Juan Franco
Feature Thriller
The Stud Zep's hard-running
Phtlean-hrpri flve-vear-old bay
son of Tabano-Banqueta got the
benefit ol heaay nananng oy
ace rider Alfredo Vasquez yes yesterday
terday yesterday and raced to a thrilling
half-length victory over Bego Begonia
nia Begonia and Salero in the featured
$650 Class C 'seven furlong
sprint.
Alprmina opened a wide early
lead That took a lot out of mu mu-tuels
tuels mu-tuels choice Embassy and Sale Salero
ro Salero while Vasquez rated Cacha Cachafaz
faz Cachafaz within striking distance to
the hpmestretch where he push-
prl Viio mnunt-. tn t.hfl front, then
held Begonia safe when the lat
ter came on witn a lormmawe
rush in the final sixteenth. Sa Salero
lero Salero wound up third only a neck
behind Begonia while Embassy
was fourth another two lengths
back. Bradomin, Amorio, Alor Alor-mina
mina Alor-mina and Barge Royal wound
up in that order.
Vasquez had two other vic victories
tories victories (Que Lindo and Don Jai Jaime)
me) Jaime) to be' day's winningest rid rider.
er. rider. Bias Aguirre and Hector Ruiz
piloted two apiece. Lazy Brook's
$29.80 was the atternoon's top
win dividend. ...
The dividends:
FIRST RACE .
1 Copar $5.80, 3 2.20.
2 Firenze $2.80. 2.20.
3 Sweet Windsor $3.20.
SECOND RACE
1 Golden Wonder $6.80, 2.80
2.60.
2 Tiger's Teeth $4, 3.40.
3 Charming Prince $3.20.
, First Double: $20.80
THIRD RACE
1 Que Lindo $4.20, 2.60, 2.60.
2 Cara de Sapo, $3.40, 2.60.
3 Volador $3,40.
One-Two: $17
FOURTH RACE
1 Moonshiner $4.40, 3.60, 3.60.
2 Sirena $3.80, 3.20.
3 Golden Glass $4.60.
Quiniela: $8.20
FIFTH RACE
1 Charlie McCarthy $3.60 2.60,
-
2 Onda Real $6.60, 2.20.
3 Maria Estuardo $2.20. ;
SIXTH RACE
1 Lazy Brook $29.80, 5.60, 5.60
2 Ornamental Star $3.60, 3.40.
3 Hurlecano $4.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1 Devonshire Club $7.20, 3, 2.80
?-MMrah-33,-?B'l.
3 Verticordia $3.60.
Double: $92.20
IIGHTII RACE
1 King $2.60, 2.20. 2.20.
2 Riscal $2.20, .2.20.

if'

,
the games.
A
3
Balling Practice
Spur Cola AB
R HPO A
2 2 0 2
3 3 0 1
2 4 4 1
1 2 0 1
Moore, ss 6
Charles, 3b .......a
Glenn, cf ....5
Lopez, 2b ........ .5
Kellman, c .......5
1 2 12 1
G. Thome, lb ... .2
Gordon, lb 3
Grenald, If .......5
P. Osorio, rf 5
Davie, p .4
Tugerson, p ...... 1
46 13 21 27 11
Carta Vieja -Bartirome,
lb ...
Shantz, 2b
Porter, If
Dickens, rf
Kropf, cf
Wilhelm, ss ......
Glamp, 3b .......
Patton, c ........
Monahan, p
Higgins, p
Phillips .........
Sewell, p

1 11 0
1 3 3
2 5 0
10 0
0 2 0
11 0
1 1 4
1 4 2
1 0 2
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 00

0 0.
0 0
10
Dabek. p
Hockenbury
33 7 10 27 11
' Phillips grounded out for Hig Higgins
gins Higgins in 7th.
S. Cola ....210 002 422-13 21 2
C. Vieja ..001 020 0407 10 2
Summary
' Errors: Charles. Davie, Barti
rome, Kropf. RBI's: Lopez 4,
Davie, Bartirome, Porter 2, Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Grenald, Charles 2, Glenn,
Patton,- Hockenbury 2. P, Osorio.
Stolen bases: Charles, Glenn,
Gordon. Two base hits: Lopez,
Kellman. Monahan, Shant7,
Moore, Charles, Glenn. Grenald,
Hockenbury, P. Osorio. Three
base hits: Gordon, Tugerson.
Home runs: Porter, Lopez. Dou
ble plays: Glamo. Shantz, Barti
rome; Davie, Kellman, Gordon.
Wild pitch: Higgins, Dabek.
Struck out by Monahan 2, Da Davie
vie Davie 6, Dabek 1. Tueerson 3. tss
nn balls off: Davie 4. Sewell 1
Pitchers' record: Monahan 7
runs, 13 hits in 6 innines (Pitch,
ed to two batters in 7t,h); Hig Hig-fins
fins Hig-fins 2 runs, 3 hits in 1 inning;
Pewell 2 runs, 2 hits in l inning,
Davie 7 runs, 10 hits in 7 2-3 in innings.
nings. innings. Earned runs: Smir Cola
11, Carta Vieja 5. Winnine Pitch Pitcher:
er: Pitcher: Davie (2-D. Losing pitcher:
Monahan (3-4). TTmt)ire;: Cop-
pin, Thornton, Hinds. Time of
game: 2:49.
3 Coral $2.20.
Quiniela: $4
NINTH RACE
1 Persiflage $5.80, 3.20, 3.20.
2 Blakemere $3.40, 3.
3 Vulcanizado $4.60.
. One-Two: S11.B0
TENTH RACE
2 Begonia $12 80, 5. -
3 Salero S4.40.
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Don Jaime $3.80, 2.80.
2 Bagdad $22.60.

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(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
snuad ot athletes competing in
Bickford into the stadium at
Russia Looms
Cinch To Cop
WinterGames
CORTINA. Ilalv. .Ian an iipV
Russia, far nut front with an nninic
already, hoped to wrap up virtual
yiuiui-y an me unomciai team stand
ings loqay wtule the United States,
near the bottom of the nivmnir- har.
rel With onrv 6 Vi nnintii InnlreH tn
its women figure skaters for a
surciy-neeaea mt,
With svn of tht 24 Olympic
vtnfi llrtady completed, Rus
ia' 40 points in tht team stand-
ings, whieh art strictly unofficial
sinct awards are mad to in individuals
dividuals individuals and not nations in tht
Olympics, represents mora than
two-to-one ration over tht near,
est comDetina country. Antri
The Austrians are in second nbrp
in the team standings with 29 points
thanks to thflir rppnrri-shattprinff
first, second and third-place sweep
oi vesicraav s men Plant s a nm
ski race on the icy slopes of
Mount raiona. -
Italy and Finland art tied for
third plact with 15 points apiece,
followed bv Sweden with 14 naint
and Germany with 10. The U.S.
and Switzerland art tied for
seventh plact with. 6 Vi points
each. Holland, France and Nor Norway
way Norway havt fivt points apiece while
spain has three and Canada ona.
Pacific Softball
League
Next five games.
Jan. 30 Pan Liquido vs A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion.
Jan. 31 Engineers vs Glud
Agencies.
Feb, l signal vs Pan' Lld'uido
Feb. 2 American Legion vs
Engineers. v
Feb. 3 Glud Agencies vs
siggnai. ;
The 26th Engineers "ran all
over Signal In the Pacific Soft Softball
ball Softball League last Friday. Engineer
Adams had complete mastery
over the Signalmen. Impressive
indeel, pitching to 28 batsmen
and allowing just 8 to become
baserunners. Of these eight 2
passes second base. Botn men
scored.
The Engineer Infield put out
ii men, allowing the outfield
just one lazy fly: Grba of Signal
had trouble controlling his fast,
very fast, ball and was forced to
sacreific speed for control which,
unfortunately, laid him open to
Engineer bats. Moore and No-
rinska touched him for homers
to left and right fields, respec respectively,
tively, respectively, chalking up five fat runs
in the second. - ; .
Completely demoralized, the
Signalmen were unable to score
until their big sixth Inning when
two runs crossed the plate on
Heany's single. Ellis- hit f o r
Hagle In the seventh, but he
died on first as Adams retired
the following three batsmen to
en otne game.
The box score:
Signal AB R H PO E
Hill, 3b ..3 0 0 2
Mats, If ....,.i..l 0
Trahon, 2b ...... 4... 2 1
Tingler, rf 3 1
2
4
0
2
4
Heany. ss ........3
vol, lb .....3
Hagle, cf .........2
Ellis, cf ...A......1
Bouk, c ...... 2
Grba, p ..........3
0 i0 0
1 0 0
0 3 0
0 1 0
. .Totals
23. 2. .2.18. .1
Engineers-
Catluei, ss 4 0 0
Allison, 3b .0 0 0
Oliphant, 3b 1 0 0
Nedrow, 2b .......2 0 t
Russel, lb ..3 0 0
Russel, lb ,.3 0 0
Moore, cf 2 11
Sharpe, If .2 2 1
Adams, p 3 1 1
Hicks, rf 2 1 2-
Norinska, c 3 1 2
Totals .21 6 7 21 1
...??orC..byJnnino;s
Rirr.
Signal 123 456 72 2 1
Engineers .:. .050 001 x 6 7 1
Time of game: 1:17. Umpire:
Metheney. Scorer; Thorne.

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

PANAMA PRO LEAGUE

Teams t Won
Spur Cola. ... 17
Chesterfield. 16
Carta Vieja. ; , n

YESTERDAY'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Spur Cola 13, Carta Vieja 7
SATURDAY NIGHT'S RESULTS (Olympic Stadium)
First Game: Chesterfield 5, Carta Vieja 2
Second Game: Carta Vieja 7, Spur Cola 3
TONIGHT'S GAMES 2 (Olympic Stadium)
Carta Vieja (Stempei 0-3 and Stryska 0-1)
vs.
Spur Cola (Clarke 3-2 and Tugerson 5-2)
, Game Time: 6 o'clock

Celtics Win BHS Intramural
A' League Basketball Crown

Balboa Hieh Snhonl intra
mural basketbal cosed the books
on a very sucessf ul season last
week as Jack Perantie's Celtics
ememed with t.h t.itio in th a
League competition. The Celtics
ana me i-aKers, under the han handling
dling handling of Ray Bacot, tied for the
blue ribbons and In th eensueing
H'aun n, was me ceiucs an me
way, 32-40.
The two teams earnoH t V o
right to the playoff births by
auiaaiung victories earner in the
week. The Lakers brushed aside
the Knickerbockers 33-20 as Luis
Reyes netted 13 points for the
wumers. Tne ueitics had an e-
OuallV convincing win river t,h
Hoosiers, 48-33. Raul Barbara
paced the future champs with
15 points and got great help
from Jim Watson with 1l mri
Perantie with 11.
Ferantie and his Celtics took
command in the initial quarter
Of the title r.nntpst. anH upm
never in serious trouble for the
reminder or the game. Barbara
was asrain hich pnrer fnr t.h
game with 19 points, make
largely as a result or tne smooth
operating fast break that the
Celtics used tn evfrtipnt. ffot
all season. Bacot was next high
wun-10 points ror the Lakers
and Perantie aided his team's
surge with 12 points.
as a cimax to the season the
team Carjtain splprten an ah
Star team to play a game with
uie cnampions. rnor to the start
ui uie game it. was announced
thj eack Perantie had been hon hon-ored
ored hon-ored aa the outstanding player

Record-Breaking Dons
Mow Seeking Ail-Time
All-College Cage Marie

NEW YORK. Jan 3fl (TTPJ
National chamninn -San Franpienn
which "walked" to a new major
college record of 40 straight vic victories,
tories, victories, promised "no letdown" to'-.
nay as it drove toward the all all-time
time all-time all-coileee record of 55
straight triumphs. v
The Dons won No. 40 Saturdav
night when they overcame a freak
stall to beat California. 33-24. The
historic conquest solidified' their
noia on the No. lnational rank
ing for it came on the same
night that arch-rival Dayton was
now on tne JNo. 1 national rank:
by Louisville,- 66;64, in overtime.
' Th 40 straight tops tht old
major collagt mark of 39 straight
hald by Long island linivarsity
1935-36) and Stton Hall (1940-41).
Now the target is the string of
w wins compiled by Peru (Nebr.)
siaie Teachers from 1921 26.
which stands as the small college
and all-college records, ban Iran
Cisco has 11 more regular season
games to play so an all-conquer
ing career would carry the, Dons
past this figure in the late stages
of the NCCA tournament.
California went into a fantistic
stall in an effort to hand the Dons
their first loss since Dec. 11, 1954
After 11:45. California led, 13 3
But San Francisco switched to an
ail-court press and seized a 20 16
halftime lead. California, down by
live points midway in the second
half, had sub center Joe Hagler
stand at mid-court with the ball
for eight minutes. But All-America
Bui Russell, the Dons' su-10
center, refused to pome out from
under the basket and the Califor California
nia California bid died.
. Dayton, which had won 14
straight, bowed in a hectic gam
on its home court as Louisville,
ranked No. 10 nationally by the
Vnifed"Presr board Of coaches,
pushed its season record to 16-1.
Kentucky, ranked No. 4 national nationally,
ly, nationally, was another major upset vic victimbowing
timbowing victimbowing to eighth ranked

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Lost
11
14
19
Pet
.607
.533
.367
GB
2
1
in the league and Ray Bacot
won the sportmanshlp award.
As for the game itself, the All
Stars proved much to strong for
the Celtics as they stretched a
first quarter- 9-8 lead into a,
halftime advantage of 19-15 and
a final taly of 53-42. The boys
that B7APA nvt 4-U All x
were: Dick Angstadt (Knlrker.
bokers), Raul Barbara (Celtics).
d(;ui, ijLiHKers), joe Chalm Chalmers
ers Chalmers (Knickerbockers), Jon Ebbs
(Hoosiers). Lem Kirkland (Hoo (Hoosiers),
siers), (Hoosiers), Bob Lockaby (Knicker (Knickerbockers),
bockers), (Knickerbockers), Ken Morris (Celtics),
Jack Perantie (Celtics), Jim
Reece (Hoosiers), Milt Rodri Rodri-auez
auez Rodri-auez (Hoosiers), and Luis Reyes
(Lakers. Perantie was high scor scorer
er scorer for the season wit.h 114 nntnt
Bacot had 123, and Barbara and
iteece tied ior fourth with 98
points each. ?
Box score of playoff game:
Celtics PF FG FT TP
Perantie 3 5 2 12
Morris ..,.. ..... 3 2 0 4
Sorrell ............2 13 5
Watson ..2 0 0 0
Galloway ........0 0 0 0
Barbara ......... .1 8 3 19
Lagassie 0 0 0 0
Lakers .. ';-
facot 3 5 8 18
Selby, 3 2 0 4
Reyes .,3 2 1 5
Cosca l 2 0 4
Estradaburg .....0 0 O 0
Womble 0 0 0 0
Rodrlquez ,.3 11 3
Srln,,- ,1 m Southeaster
fhi f f Jty and dropped
hem into third place. Babe Tav Tav-Iors
Iors Tav-Iors 28 points led Vandy to its
first win over Kentucky in 16
years. Two other teams ranked in
the top 20 nationally were upset
16th ranked Cincinnati by St.
Louis, 104-86, and 19th ranked
Marquette by Bradley, 65-57.
Illinois, ranked No. 3 national nationally,
ly, nationally, paged the other victorious
ranked teams with an 80-66 win
over Depaul, despite .29 points by
Depaul's Ron Sobiesczyk. Illinois
now has an 11-1 record.
New Chess Club
To Meet Mondays
Af U50-JWB Center
Chess enthusiasts art remind-
ed that the newly formed Chess
Club meets at the USO-JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center on
Monday evenings at 7:30 p. m.
Al Stern," who is chairman of
the group, will offer instruction
to beginners. A cordial invitation
is extended to all to attend.
ICS

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rack AT WORK World Champion figure skater Tenley AU'
brieht in center, of Newtown, Mass., resumed practice before
the start of the Winter Games in Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy. A
few days before, she had gashed an ankle. She's shown talk n?
iith Carol Heiss, left, of Ozone Park, N.Y., and an unidentifiea
official.

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE

Spur Cola

W L
..3 1
W L
..3 2

Pet.

gave one of the outstanding
pitching performances this sea season
son season in the Pacific Little league

.775' Saturday afternoon at the Lit-

Pet

.600
.600
.500
.400
.200

tie League stadium.

acjuiuut n
police J
Lincoln Life

Lincoln Life 4, Elks 1414 0
. oene Beck, diminutive rlght rlght-.hander
.hander rlght-.hander of the Lincoln Lifers,

Tipping-Bar
For Tippers

LAWRENCE, Kans. .(NEA) One
reason Lew Johnson is a goodtip-
- A ohminHer TflStS With a

UGL turn v-".-"-- - ;
mechanical invention by his nign
school basketball coach.
Th. mfh was Rov Baker, who

tutored the Kansas center at Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine High of Kansas City. The
gimmick was a home-made tip-ping-bar.
It helped turn Johnson
and Lee Green,, the Jayhawks 6.-5
forward, into one of the more
foareH tin-in tandems in Kansas

preparatory school history.

& hollow iron tube is fitted to

the rear of the backboard, goose goose-the
the goose-the too. A rope or

wir is struna through the tube.

Th front end if attached to

basketball. The rear, or free end,

is manipulated by coach or
player. The tube swivels to ei either
ther either side or directly above the
basket. Its front reaches as far

as the outer rim.
Manipulating the rope or wire,
the attached basketball may be
dangled at any height, angle or
distance around the hoop. With
the ball suspended in the air one
or two players may drill at tip tipping
ping tipping it inside the rim with, no
interruption save withdrawing it
from inside the goal and re readjusting
adjusting readjusting it at different positions
and heights.
To promote greater jumping,

the ball may be suspended at, or

slightly beyond, a player's reach,

The crafty little chucker, fac
ed only eighteen men In tho reg

ulation six inning game and if
it was not for one pitch he would
have have had a perfect came

no hit, no fun, no walks, no

one to reach base.

By JIMMY BRESLIN I
NEW YORK, (NEA) This was
in the middle of last summer and
Jimmy Jones sat in a cocktail
lounge and promised, "Things will
be better for us real soon."
Jimmy, along with his father,
Ben. trains the Calumet Farm

stable and at this time an you

were reading in the papers was
how this once-mifihtv set-uo had

fa'len to nowhere. Racing in New
York for the first time in a few

years. Calumet couldn't buy a
winner.
But Jones was promising a
change "real soon" and he had
good reason. Fabius, a name
known only to horse track fol followers
lowers followers now. has a good chance

of becoming known even to the

housewife set once the big races
start comine to attention.

Fabius, you see, is the best best-looking
looking best-looking of three Calumet three-year-olds
sired by Citation. There
are those who rate Cy the best

American turf has seen. Any
products of his automatically com command
mand command attention.

Fabius' early showing this year

was reminiscent oi taiumet nors
es in the oast. They usually start

14 ed with a winter sprint victory in

r loriaa or camomia ana tenguien tenguien-ed
ed tenguien-ed out to go after the big money

over Ionizer distances.

Fabius' first performance this

year was a six-furling sprint
which he won handily. Calumet
now has him aimed squarely at

the $100,000 Flamingo at Hia
leah. Feb. 25. Everybody consid

ers him "big" Kentucky Derby

candidate.

For one lone and devastating

period, Calumet won everything
worth entering in racing. Big
names in turf history familiar

even to tnose wno never saw a

race pranced out of the barn and

took the Devil's ited ana Blue col

ors to victories. Horses like Whirl-

awav. Armed and Citation gave

the Jones boys four years in which

they earned more than a million.

Citation alone won $1,085,750

during his career.

Since 1952, nowever, wnen mil

Gail took big money and Calu Calumet's
met's Calumet's last Kentucky Derby, there

has been a steady decline. In

'54 the stable won only $438,590.

But the Jones boys quit wor

rying last year. They had Fabius,
Liberty Sun and Eastgate on the
track.

Fabius, a real swifty bred to go
a route, could bring Calumet
Farm back like an election repeater.

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WELL ARMED Bobby Shantz; left of the Athletics and Curt Simmons, sore-armed southpaws,
express wonderment at the iron arm of the latter' Phillies teammate, Robin Roberts. The pitchers
are warming up in the Beth Sholom Gymnasium at Elkins,Park, outside Philadelphia.

OUT OF DOORS with

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By AL McCLANE
Fishing Editor

'56;

4New Pirates' Due In

Pitching Is There Rickey

. HGH MAN TWO WAYS

Wichita, Kans. (NEA Swede
Halfbrook wasted no time proving

his worth with the Wichita Vickers

f the NIBL. The seven-foot-three

Oregon State product was the Pa

cific Coast Conference's top scorer

The one pitch that deprived

Gene from the Hall of Fame was

in the second Inning w h e n

stocky third sacker for the Elks,

Buram gou tne wuMiy rebounder for two years

was quicKiy removed irom me
base paths when, a snappy dou double
ble double play of Beck, to French to
Bowman retired the. side.

The Snake River in Idaho is one

nf our largest western trout

streams, and if you re vacation vacationing
ing vacationing out. that way next season I d
suifppKt that vou cet acquainted

with this complex waterway. It
holds big fish. A good place to

start is either at Pocateilo or wa wa-ho
ho wa-ho Falls. .
Here the Snake River is an en en-nrmnns
nrmnns en-nrmnns stream. and rainbows at

tain monster proportions. Anyone
,hn want to land a fish to brag

.hm.t wnuid An well to investigate

by asking in local tackle shops it
the big fish are striking.
nnth.r nossibilitv to consider

ig.that portion of the Snake that
runs through the Ft. Hall Indian
Reservation. Permission to fish on
the reservation may be had on a
daily fee system by paying a fair fairly
ly fairly large sum of money to the Black Black-foot
foot Black-foot Chief in charge of collecting

fishing license lees.
. Th water here Is extremeley

deep and quite rough for the most
part. XJnlcss you are used to wad wading,
ing, wading, it is best to stay on or near
v honlr Here larce wet flies

fsixes or larger) are indicated,

as well as the strongest leader you

have. Ask' at the Indian store on

nignway m tor details.
Ashton, the uppermost town in
the Snake River Valley, is the
jumping off place for several of the
very best streams in the coun country.
try. country. A back road parallels the riv.
er that runs along the west side
of the town, the North Fork of the
Snake River. This back road is the
gateway to some really outstand outstanding
ing outstanding stretches of fine fly water.
The back road emerges from
the timber and returns to the high

way over a wooden bridge. The
river from the bridge upstream is
a wide body of water, mostly a a-bout
bout a-bout waist deep and is one of the
most productive dry fly rainbow

streams in me enure district.
T i a. ,i

11 is oesi in june ana again in
September but the fishing ntav

reasonably good right through the
hot weather.
Above the long stretch of flat
water is the Box Canyon. Each
year many extra big rainbows are

laxen in nere and some of the lar
gest succumb to big dry flies.

Santa Cruz Sports
By GILBERTO THORNE

The Santa Cruz Softball Associa

tion nas completed plans for a

Divisional Softball Legue to begin

on or about February 3.
George Miller, leader of the Surv

eyors, is taking the initiative in

preparing for this event.

Four teams are ready to take

part in this league, viz. Executives,
Surveyors, Aids to Navigation,
and Dredging Division Shops.
1 A good .idea Is being adopted
by the league that all current, em employes
ployes employes of the Division represented
in the league are eligible for play.
Thus, it will be no surprise to see
managers, having exhausted their
bench reserves, call a spectator
from the stands to help out.
Managers and team representat representatives
ives representatives are urged to attend a meeting
at Santa Cruz Clubhouse tonight
at 7:30 p.m.
Allie Guillette's Santa Cruz
Eagles boast a one win no lost
record in Paraiso's Softball League.
Among the members of the team
are William and Alphonso Peter Peter-kin
kin Peter-kin and Richard Grant.
In interschool competition, Santa
Cruz took one and tied one with
La Boca last Wednesday. Santa
Cruz' gir's won 17-1. The boys tied
La Boca 2-2.

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) -Four con

secutive years in the National
League basement has stopped
Branch Rickey from talking cham

pionship baseball.

Out of an active Iront office role

for the first time in 51 years, Ma Ma-hatma
hatma Ma-hatma Rickey, who at 74 covers

more ground than a lot of ball ballplayers,
players, ballplayers, says he is busier doing

nothing than he was while run

ning the Cardinals, Dodgers and

Pirates and their far-flung main
stores practically single-handed.

No one ever could paint a bright

er picture of a dismal diamond

outlook than Rickey, who frankly

is bitterly disappointed at the re result
sult result of his five-year plan in Pitt

sburgh

B.R. hasn't given up, however,

and points to surveys taken by him
self in St. Lous and Larry Mac

Phail in Brooklyn to show that the

"new Pirates" were not due to ar

rive until this season.

When the Cardinals were rol-

the minors, 1.83. The veteran Mix
Surkont wins in the spring, Dick

uttlefield is capable of repelling
any outfit on a given afternoon or
night, is effective against clubs
overloaded with left-hand batters.

HAVING LITTLE ELSE to talk
about, Rickey dwells on the Sue
caneers' pitching, goes all the way
back to Fielder Jones' White So
of 1904-08 to prove an obvious point.
"They won a pennant and a
World Series, finished second and
were never worse than third while
being called the Hitless Wondera
for '5 years," he recollects. "They
didn't need many runs with a pitch pitching
ing pitching staff headed by Big Ed Walsh,
Doc White and Nick Altrock. A
club can look pretty good when
the other side isn't scoring much."
Rickey sees the Pirate defenso
highly satisfactory provided younjj
Gene Freese fulfills early promisu
at second base, visions Shortstop
Dick Groat as another Lou Bound Bound-reau.
reau. Bound-reau. He has high hopes for thj
infielding O'Brien brothers John-

ling high,' recalls the man who Wf JJ ; Thomas ha,

built empires in St. Louis and

Brooklyn, 'our chart showed that
a player required 3.4 seasons in
the minors before he was ready
for the parent club. When Mac Mac-Phail
Phail Mac-Phail looked at the Dodgers along
this line, he found that the develop development
ment development period was slightly more
than four vears."

Pittsburgh had no backlog of

athletes when Rickey took over,

so the new management had to

start from scratch.
PLAYERS WHO BELONGED In
Double A or lower had to be pre-m-aturely
exposed to the fastest com company.
pany. company. Not too many youngsters
can stand being put in over their
heads. Numerous players have
been ruined by being rushed toe
rapidly.
There Is one rosy tint to the
situation at Forbes Field. Baseball
men agree that Rickey could be
eorrect in declaring that the pitch pitching
ing pitching is there.
Rickey rattles off the name,
starting with Bob Friend. Vernon
Law, Ronnie Kline and Elroy Face.
Bob Garber stuck out in the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Coast League, as did Joe Trimb Trimble
le Trimble toward the fag end. Jack Mc Mc-Mahon,
Mahon, Mc-Mahon, a left-hander, was draft drafted
ed drafted out of the Yankee organization.
George Munger returns to the
NL from Hollywood, where he had

the lowest earned-run average in

too many tools at bat and in tha

outfield not to bounce back. Rober Roberto
to Roberto Clemente is too well equipped

not to come aiong.
Branch Rickey never sold one of
his own players short, and now that
he is in an advisory capacity, the
Mahatma isn't going to let rthe
young squirts taking over fall into
that bad habit.

Bauer Is First
Athlete To Get
52 Assn. Award

NEW YORK (NEA) H Ink
Bauer will receive the 52 Associa Association's
tion's Association's 1956 Medal of Honor for ut ut-standing
standing ut-standing service to the wounded.
Bauer, Marine combat veteran,
has visited veterans' hospitals sinco
World War II. The Yankee out outfielder
fielder outfielder is the first athlete to receive
the award, which will be presented
at the organization's. annual anniv anniversary
ersary anniversary dinner, Feb. 2L
HOT BOOT ERS .',
University Park, Pa. (NEAw
Penn State soccer teams luva
posted unbeaten seasonal records
22 times since 1911. .'

While Gene was' mowing ohe

Elks 'one-two-three Inning by

inning, the Lifers came to Life

In the very first: Inning when
they scored three time, enouen
to win the ball game. However,
they added another tally In the

fourth. .... :

Lou French contributed two

hits to the attack: to lead' the
hit parade.
For the losing Lodgemen, Craig
Stoudnor again gave a repeat
peformance of a fielding gem
when he went into right field
to snare a Texas leaguer which
was labeled for a safe hit.-

The box score:

Elks Elks-Hern,
Hern, Elks-Hern, cf
Stoudnor,

Field, ss
Lincoln, c
Burton, 3b

AB R

2b

Bleakley ;
Gangle, rf
Devore, lb
Mullins, p
Berger .-:

Lincoln Life Life-Bishop,
Bishop, Life-Bishop, 2b ...
McElhone, 2b
Beck, p ......
L. French, 3b

Ledbetter, cf

Engelke, rf ...
Farnsworth, If

.2 0
.2 0
.2 0
.2 0
.2 0
.2 0
.1 0
,.1 0
.2 0
.1 0
.1 0
,.1 0
.2 1
.2 0
.3 1
,.1 1
.2 0
,3 1
,.8 0
.2 0

Antonelli Out To Prove
He's No 1-Year Wonder

By HARRY GRAYSON

ROCHESTER. N.Y.

John August Antonelli, the tire

dealer, sat behind a big desk in
the office of his new building,
hard by Red-Wing Stadium in
Rochester's north end, and assur assured
ed assured you of one thing.
Johnny Antonelli is not going to
be a tired tire dealer when the
bell rings and the Giants once
more expect him to be their No, 1
nlh(r in th Knrinff.

H, ... "T haven't been around long

0 enough to make excuses," said
0 the handsome Italiano, "but that's
0 the only way I can account for the

0 nightmare of 1955. There was nev-

l'er anything wrong with, my arm.

, 0 "Many a ballplayer has been
0 ruined by the rubber chicken cir cir-0
0 cir-0 cuit and I'm listing, myself as an
0 addedd starter and one who learn-
ed his lesson.
0 'I didn't gH much rest after

the World Series of 1954. Took a
job as a good will man fo a Ro Rochester
chester Rochester firm. I neither drink nor

0 xmoke. but the hours were lone.

1 I worked from 9 to 4 and then at-

0 tended dinners in nearby towns,
2 wiiich du to driving time kept me
0 up until 2 and 3 o'clock in t h e
1 morning. I kept this up until well
1 into February. Fellows who do
0 not have to play baseball will tell
0 you that this can be tough."

"There's no reason In the world
why I can't win 20 games for the

( NEA) Giants, All I need is a few breaks

Vote For Your All-Stars
The annual Pro League all-star game between local and
foreign players will be played at the Olympic Stadium Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Feb. 5 at 3 p.m.
Participants, who must play the first three innings, will
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agers managers who will also be selected by the fans.
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AS ANTONELLI DROPPED
from a pennant-winning 21 and 7

and an earned-run average 01 z. z.-29
29 z.-29 in '54 to 14 and 16 and 3.33 last
season, fear was expressed, that
he might have been a one-year
wonder. There have been numer numerous
ous numerous pitchers of. this type, G e n e
Bonrden of the '48 Indians being a
more striking example.
Antonelli Ltughs at this, as a
young man who collected $50,000
for signing as an 18-year old
should.
"As I said, I'm not precisely a
J'ethuselah in this business," ex explained
plained explained Johnny, who will be all of
2(1 when the new season starts,
- fn it long enough
to know I can pitch.

that I got in '54 and did not get in

'55. These even up, so 1 nave some

coming next season. Any pitcher
will tell you that he needs a little
luck with a few tuns to be a big
winner. To illustrate, last season
I had an earned-run average of
1.50 losing eight of the first 12.

They weren't hitting me any nara nara-er
er nara-er while I was winning six of the
first seven the year before."
SOUTHPAW ANTONELLI ..dis ..discounts
counts ..discounts 'he left-hand pitching-right-hand
batting and vice versa theo theory.
ry. theory. "I frequently do better against
right-hand hitters than left," he
said. "PerhaDS it is because I

work harder against them. Off-

hand, I would say that in the
World Series, Whitey Ford and
Tommy Byrne of the Yankees did
ennsiriprahlp to disoel the belief

that left-handers, were sorely han-

rfirflnnprl when set against a bat

ting order loaded with right:hand;

batters, un tne .uoagera 1 u e,

Johnny Podres most certainly

didn t lose any grouna icr ieu ieu-hand
hand ieu-hand pitchers.
"On the other side of the fence,

I remember when Ted Kluszewskii

didn't particularly like left hand

pitching, but now he takes the
same generous cut against left lefthanders
handers lefthanders that he does against right righthanders.
handers. righthanders. 'When a good pitcher is right,
no club is going to give him too
much trouble, whether he is right
or left-handed."
That's why Antonelli is working
out at the Rochester "Y" and go going
ing going to bed early at night.
As he ays, Johnny Antonelli
isn't going to be a tired tire deal dealer
er dealer in the spring.

FROGGIES FEAST
Fort Worth, Tex. (NEA) The
annual banquet honoring the Texas
Christian football squad will be
held Feb. 3.

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OFFICIAL LIS! OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA. REPUBLIC Of PANAMA

Complete Prize-winninj Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1925, Sunday, January 29, 1956
i The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided hi two series "A" & "B" of 22 pieces each

:t

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

1503 ,$ 44,000.00
6330 $ n,200.oo
7675 $ 6,60o.uo

it,

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

No Prlrwi No Prlw We ', Print, i No Prtie, Ne Prliw No. PrhtMik.
I I I I
01)03 132.001. 10M 132.00 20.03 132.00 3003 -.BIOS 4003 132.00 5003 132.00 S003
6103 132.00 1103 132.00 2103 132.00 3103 132.00 411)3 132 Wl JI03 132.00 S10S
2A3 132 00 1203 132 0 2203 132 OS 3203 132.09 4203 132.00 S203 132 OS ?03
0303 132.00 1303 132.00 230S 132.00 S303 132.00 433 132.00 S303 132.00 303
0403 132.0 1463 132.00 2463 132.60 3403 132.60 4403 132 DO S403 132.06 6403
0503 2,'.00.00 1R(I! 41600.00 2503 2.W0.00 3503 f!O6.06 4563 2166.60 5503 2,200.00 S50S
6063 132.60 AA3 132.00 2003 132.06 3603 132.60 4603 132.00 5B03 13?.00 6003
763 132.00 1703 132.00 2703 132.06 3703 132.00 4763 132.60 5763 13 60 0703
0603 IStOO M3 130O 2R6S 132 OS 3803 132 60 4603 13 60 5803 ... 11 M SS6J
I tWIS 132.00 1803 132.00 2903 132.66 3903 132.00 4SM 132.60 5003 IM.O S901

PrtM Ne
132.00 1003
- 132.60 1163
lit 60 7203
132.66 1303
132.66 7103
J,26.60 753
132 06 763
132.00 7763
13' 60 703
132.60 1903

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I
13? 66
132.60
13200
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132.00
).66.6
1320

No
S06J
SI 03
S?03
S363
6463
6503
6603

PrtiM

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I63
1203

6363

13 66 6763
1366 3
132.6 8603

132.00
132 00
132.60
132.00

132.66 i 463
. 2.106.00 I 6563
132 6 I 603
132.66 0703
IV 6
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PrtH
1316
132.6
132.66
T32.6
132.00
-1,200.66
13160
13..60
1!0.66
132.60

Approximations Derived From Pirst Prize

1404 44606 J 146 440.60 I 1406 446.00 1506 440 06 1562 44 60 150S .446 0 1 150T 440.00 1S .. 46. j 1511 440 0J
1495 440.60 I 149T 440.60 1 1499 440.00 1MI .- 440.66 IS 446.00 ISO 440.H 1508 446.00 151 440.60 1511 W W
Approximations Derived From Second Prize , ,
I ''''"' :' f ; ..,. S i I 1
330 220.00 1330 220.01 3330 22 90 S330 129 433J 120.09 S339 .MUM 7330 129.90 S330 t20W mttUM
M21 119.00 0323 119 00 932S 6327 llloo S329 116 S332 110.60 334 110 69 JW JJ6J JJJ-J
(321 119.09 6324 110' (329 1100 (328 110.M (331 119.09 (333 119.99 (33S 119.99 (33T 119.90 (33S 1U.00

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

9675 1329 1675 132.99 2675

76RS
787

S3 .69
S3 60

7668
7669

88 00
88.60

1679
7671

132.9
' 88.00
88.99

3675 132.60 4675 132.09
7872 88.66 1674 88.6
7673 88.00 1679 89.69 r

5673
7677
7678

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132.99 (975 132.99 8675 132.60 M7I 1329
88 00 77 88.99 1681 88.66 1683 88.6
88M 76H SS.M 1 168S S8.00 78 88.6

Prize-winninK Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: 1st and 2nd in Panama, 3rd In Chiriqul.
The Nine Ilundred whole tickets ending in 3 and not included in the above list win Forty-four Dollars ($44.00) each
The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "B"
Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of Panama. C6d. 47-12155
Hie Representative Of The Treasury RICARDO A, MELENDZZ

WITNESSES: Abillo Canto. C6A. No. 50-9160
Carlos A. Carrasco, C6d- No. 47-64107

JOSE OUn.T.ERMO BATALLA
Notary Public. Panama

PABLO A. PINTL
Secretary

kjTF. Tb winning ticket with the Ut cipher nd with th two Urt
nJ I C. cipher pply only to the Flrtt Prize.
The First Prir. and th 2nd nd 3rd Prlzn tr drwn sprtely. The P P-proximtlon
proximtlon P-proximtlon r calculated on the First. Second and Third Prize. In em
a ticket nhould carry Ui number of each prize, the holder I entitled to
claim pay.

dmi::g of the 3 strikes
Sunday, January 29, 1956

Drawing Number 626'

Fraction

First Prize 03
Second Prize. . . 30
-Third Prizc77TrTTT.-75"

$11.00
3.00
2.00

Ticket
$220.00
60.00
40.C0-

The prize will be paid In arrorrt.nt with th Official List f Panama 1
th effic Of th National Beneficent Lottery tltuated en Central Avenue,

Plan of Ordinary Drawlnf No. 1926 which will take
place February 5, 1956

Divided In two aerie of 22 fraction ch denominated "A"
FIRST PRIZE

J22 000.000 each serlea
(.600.00 each aeriea
3.3W.O0 ench ri
220 00 each aerie
1,100.00 each jeriea
66 00 each Series
22.00 ench aerie

and I
i
' $44.01)0 00
13,?"01
s."000
1.9 '100
19.M0A
iioofl :

39,6i)0.00

1 Pinrt Prlr. Serle A nd B. of
1 Second Prize, Serle A and B. of
1 Third Prize. Serie A and B, of
18 Approximation, Seriea A and B, of
Prices, Series A anrl B, of
. 60 Prtrea, Seriea A and B, of
9iO Prize, Serie A and B, of

! BFCONn PR1ZK
. 18 Approximation, Serle A and B of $ 5500 each erle $ 1,90 fH
I Prizes. Serle A and B, of 110 00 each aerie 1.00.00, J
THIRD PRIZE
18 Approximation, Series A and B. Of $ 44.00 each er!es i 1,584 00 I
9 Prizes, Serie A and B. of M OO each serie 1.188.00 J
1074 Prizes TOTAL $149,732 00
Price of a whole ticket ......,....$22.C3 I

Price cf a fcrfy-fcurth p-rt.



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ATLANTA, Jan. 30 (UP) A
wide, slow-moving front of vio violent
lent violent thunderstorms stalked the
southeast today, lowering balmy
temperatures as much as 30 decrees.

At least one Tornado acar
marred its wake in Arkansas,
where a twister injured two,
persons and demolished four
houses Saturday night. The'
( earth trembled at Memphis and I
V ; thunder showers left scattered
destruction. '.. i
The 20-rrille wide band of tur turbulent
bulent turbulent weather stretching from
the Ohio Valley to the Gulf
i crept eastward through middle
f Kentucky. Tennessee and Missis-
sippi during early morning hours,
t at about 10 miles per hour.

It was expected to reacn me
Carolinas during the day.
' : Cold rains with sleet and snow
in the upper reaches marcntd
I jn behind the band of high
wind3, rains which caused flash flash-'
' flash-' floods and lightning. Tempera Tempera-i
i Tempera-i tures fell from the high 60s to
? the 30s.
The twister struck at about
i 10:30 p.m. Saturday near Con Conway,
way, Conway, Ark. Earth tremors at
Memphis Sunday were acconi acconi-panled
panled acconi-panled by thunderstorms that
damaged barns and porches and
, knocked down power lines.
f Lightning touched off a fire
' which destroyed the $500,000
i Franklin high school near Nash-
ville, Tenn.
- cloudbursts left a number of

; highways under water in West
fi Tcnn6ssG6
. In the' Memphis suburb ot
; ; Whitehaven Mrs, Bill Webb said
V she pulled back the blinds of
' her home Sunday morning "and
! y eaw a two-by-four flying by."

Uhe wind ripped her barn "right
half In two"
and hurled
a Pig
over a fence,
she said.
US Airline Pilot
Hies Atlantic Solo
In Ughi Plane
PARIS, Jan. 30 (UP)-Capt Wil William
liam William Judd landed at Toussusle.
Noble airnort outside Paris at 2:
dlj.p.m. today after a snlo flight
in a small plane from White Plains,
rew York.
Judd left the ice-coated West
raster County, airport at While
plains yesterday morning and cros cros-sad.,
sad., cros-sad., the Atlantic without difficulty
The veteran Transworld Airlines
pilot had intended: to fly his 1600 1600-pound
pound 1600-pound Cessna sports plane non nonstop
stop nonstop 6000 miles to Cairo. Cairo.-But
But Cairo.-But when tie reached England,
e ehaneed his mind. He reported
by radio to London's southern air
control neadquariers mai ne was
heading for a landing outside Paris
Judd eave no explanation at the
lime for tht chanse of plans, but
ground control officials said he
might have run short of fuel due
to headwinds over tne Aiianuc.
Odds Or Eves
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 30 (UP)
Vice smiadmen fcravely stormed
the ''ladies room" at an establish
me,nt here today and arrested sev
en men lor DooKmaKing or lunar
ing in a gambling place.

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To See
LAGOS, Florida, Jan. 30 (UP)
A wildly excited crowd of A A-fricans
fricans A-fricans slagged a near riot yes yesterday
terday yesterday in an effort to see visit visiting
ing visiting Queen Elizabeth II attend
church services
A soe'clal
police contingent
scuffled with the throng in an
effort to maintain order. At least
one woman was Injured when a
wooden barrier gave way before
the pushing thousands,
Th Queen, who arrived here
yesterday with the Duke of E E-dinburgh,
dinburgh, E-dinburgh, attended a 70-minute
service in the Cathedral here a a-long
long a-long with a capacity congrega congregation
tion congregation of approximately 900 per persons.
sons. persons.
Several women fainted In the
Cnthcdr&l.
The Duke of Edinburgh read
the Sunday lesson. His reading
Many YMCA Ideas
Take Constructive
Root In World
This is Y.M.C.A. week In the
States and every "Y" including
the local branches in Balboa and
Cristobal participate m recogniz-
lntr this period.
The Y.M.C-A. has been m tne
Canal Zone for fifty years; It
ha: been in existence In other,
twirt of the world for over 100
years Today it has 3,453,400
members In the united States
alone.- '-.
The "Y" has originated many
Ideas and programs which have
now become a part of everyday
life. ;
Basketball and volleyball
were invented by the Y.M.C.A.
Camping for boys as we know
It tortnv was begun in 1885 by
the "Y."
Among -the many programs
initiated by the Y.M.C.A. wers;
night schools for adults, icarn-to-swlm
campaigns, and short short-term
term short-term financing. programs.
One field the Y.M.C.A. picn picn-eeexed
eeexed picn-eeexed in was work with boys.
Strangely enough, the first full full-time
time full-time boys worker In the Y.M.C
A. In the States was a woman.
The "Y" aided In the launch launching
ing launching or development of a mun mun-ber
ber mun-ber of organizations now, hav having
ing having Independent status, Includ Including
ing Including the Boy Souts of America
and the Camp Fire Girls,
"Fathers' Day" was also first
sponsored by the Y.M.C.A.
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Queen
was almost drowned out by the
excited shouts of the thousands
of Nigerians milling around out outside
side outside the church.
A British police official jump-
ed Jo-the head of a contingent
push back the crowd.
The ruler of Lagos, Oba A
Mussolini's Son
Makes Own Name
In Field Of Jazz
SAN REMO, Italy, Jan. 30
(UP)-Romani Mussolini, srm of
the late dictator, has made his
own name in the field of jazz.
Italian music critics agreed to today.
day. today. The young pianist held a Jazz
festival crowd spellbound at his
first public appearance last
night.
Critics compared him with the
best of contemporary jazz musi musicians.
cians. musicians.
Some newspapers, notably the
Corriere Delia Sera of Milan, lie
nation's largest circulation pa paper,
per, paper, played down Romano's de debut
but debut because of the memory of
his father. They mentioned It
only briefly. ; j
Romano's mother, Rachele,
widow of II Duce, did not wit witness
ness witness her son's debut. The plump,1
gray-haired Rachele was in For For-11
11 For-11 testifying on her charges of
rape and assault against former
Rome Police Chief Saverio Po Po-lito.
lito. Po-lito. SO
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LOST AND FOUND DEPARTMENT Kenneth Svoboda weepa
as he hugs his six-year-old daughter, Darlene, who was the sub subject
ject subject of an intensive search by Chicago police after her father
learned she had failed to show up for morning class at school.
Story had happy ending when it turned out Darlene just got lost.

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Deniki-Adele, roared up to the
Cathedral in a flashy red Bulck.
His official bugler blasted fan fanfares
fares fanfares from the front seat all a a-long
long a-long the route.
None of the Oba 's five wives
were with him.
The second battalion of the
Nigerian regimnt marched to
the Cathedral and placed their
colors on the altar.
Nigerian buglers sounded Im Impressive
pressive Impressive fanfares as the royal
couple arrived with Gov. Gen.
Sir James Robertson and tady
Robertson.
The
Judge's Bench
For driving his bus without It
having; been Inspected Felipe N.
Estrada, a 27-year-old Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian was fined $10 in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court today.
A 10-day jail sentence was
imposed on Reginald S. Brown,.
34, Panamanian, who was found
guilty of vagrancy around the"
spinning club pier 2 In Diablo
Heights.
Pastor E. Gonzalez, 42. Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined $10 for. in intoxication.
toxication. intoxication. Three trespassers, all Pana Panamanians,
manians, Panamanians, faced the judge. Two,
Adelaide Ottey, 28. and Carlos
A. Skipper, 16 were each fined
$10. A fine of $15 was Imposed
on Santiago A, Nunez, 55, who
had several previous convic convictions.
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The Queen looked cool in a
green, red and white silk dress
and a "pixle-style" green straw
hat festooned with flowers. Her
husband wore a tropical white
uniform of an admiral of the
fleet with the brilliant blue sash
of the Order of the Garter.
Following the service, the
Queen and the Duke emerged
and broke into smiles when they
saw three tiny African children
sitting solemnly on a bench be before
fore before the police barricades.
The tots had been passed for for-ward
ward for-ward in dhain fashion over the
heads of the crowd which now
had been quieted.
Second Semester
JC Extension Div.
Classes To Begin
Fourteen second semester Ca
nal Zone Junior College Exten
sion Division night classes will
begin Thursday, it was announc
ed today by dean Roger C.
Hackett.
The following courses will
meet for the first, time that eve
ning: second semester elemen
tary, Intermediate, and cost ac accounting;
counting; accounting; elementary, interme intermediate,
diate, intermediate, and advanced shorthand;
business law, Intermediate byp byp-ing;
ing; byp-ing; first semester elementary
Spanish, college algebra, first
and second semester selection
and construction of clothing,
and the new one semester cours
es In the theory and practie of
Investments and abnormal psy psychology.
chology. psychology. Because of the large enroll
ment of more than 80 students
In the class on Investments, It
was necessary to divide the class
Into two sections meeting at 6:30
and 7:30 p.m. For the firs tmeet-
ing students will be accepted m
either section and necessary ad
justments will then be made
during the second meeting the
followine Monday.
The first meetings of the
classes in endneering, machine
shee metal, and architectural
drawing will be held Saturday
These classes meet from 8 am.
until 12 noon. :
A number of classes listed on
the registration schedule weie
cancelled because of Insufficient
enrollment and several classes
scheduled to mee this week also
will be cancelled unless the total
enrollment is brought up to ten
students. All classes scheduled
for Cristobal were cancelled be because
cause because of Insufficient enroll
ment.
Tuition In all Monday-Thnrs.
day classes will be paid at the
third meeting and during the
second meeting of the Saturday
classes. Additional enrollments
In all classes will be accepted
up to and Including these dates.
BALBOA TIDES
TUESDAY, JANUARY 31
HIGH LOW
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RLB-A-DUB-TUB Although the entire southern half of Los Angeles County was uader flood flood-waters,
waters, flood-waters, these youngsters found a lighter side to disaster as they went boating In a washtub.

ARTICLE NUMBER-10

Your Income Tax Primer

By RICHARD A. MULLENS I
Writttn for NEA Strvict
Before voa can make a wise
choice between itemizing your de deductions
ductions deductions or taking the standard
deduction, you need to know what
items are deductible.
The p r e v i o u s Primer article
described some of the deductions.
This article takes up the remaind remainder.
er. remainder. Medical expenses exceeding three
per cent of adjusted gross income
are allowed as a deduction, sub
ject to a maximum limitation ex
plained later. The three per cent
rule applies to taxpayers under 65
and to medical expenses for de
pendents of taxpayers over 65.
ihere is however, no percentage
limit on the deduction of medical
expenses for the care of the tax
payer or his wife if either was 65
on or before Jan. 1, 1956. Medical
expenses which are compensated
for by insurance cannot be includ
ed in the medical expense deduc
tion.
Tht maximum dollar limit en th
amount of madical exptnsa dtduc
tion if now:
On a joint return or return of
a head of household, $5,000 if two
exemptions are claimed, $7,500 if
three exemptions are c 1 a i me d,
and $10,000 if tour or more exemp
tions are claimed.
On a separate return of a tax
payer not the head of a household
$2,500 if one exemption is claimed
and $5,000 if two or more exemp.
tions are claimed.
in determining the limit on
modicala xpensti, do not count tho
axtra axtmption for old ago or
blindness.
Expenditures for medicines and
drugs can be treated as a medical
expense only to the extent that
they exceed one per cent of your
adjusted gross income, regardless
of your age. The Schedule on page
2 of Form 1040, if filled out care carefully,
fully, carefully, automatically includes medi medicines
cines medicines and drugs to the extent that
they are in excess of one per cent
of your adjusted gross income.
Page 12 of the official instructions
describes the expenses which can
be considered medical or dental
expenses.
Tht so-called child cart deduc deduction
tion deduction for working mothers has sev several
eral several restrictions. : For one thing,
tvtn though you qualify for tht
dtduction, you cannot claim it and
tht standard dtduction too. Likt
other personal deductions, it can
only bt deducted if you item ixt on
page 2 of Form 1040.
The only people entitled to this
deduction are women (including
working wives) and men (provid (provided
ed (provided they are widowers, legally sep
arated, or divorced) who, in ord order
er order to be gainfully employed, must
pay for the care of one or more of
the following described dependents:
1. A son, daughter, or stepchild
who is under 12 years of ago. A A-mounts
mounts A-mounts paid for the care of such a
person 12 years of ago or over can cannot
not cannot bt includtd in tht dtduction
unltss tht dependent qualifies as:
2. Any dependent who it physi physically
cally physically or mentally unable to -cere
for himself,
A taxpayer is considered to be
gainfully employed if he is work working
ing working for someone else, is self-em-ing
for someone else, is self-em-nloved.
or is looking for work.
For any one year, you cannot
deduct more than $600 for such ex
penses, regardless of how much
more you actually spent. If you
snent less than $600 for care of
the dependent while you were
"gainfully employed," t h e n you
can only deduct the amount spent,
'Secref Pointing
Depicts Princess
In Flcme Red
LONDON, Jan. ,30 (UP) h
"secret" painting has' been made
of Princess Margaret showing
her In a flamine red dress, it
was reported today.
Edward Seage, who said he
painted the portrait, called it
one of his finest works.
The portraitwhich never has
been displayed publicly, shows
the princess wearing a bright red
dress an! -spsted-at -the-piano,
Seage said.
The painting hangs in Mar Margaret's
garet's Margaret's room at Clarence House,
it was reported.

Tht amount of tht deduction is,
subject to two further limitations!
if you art a working wift. These
two limitations do not apply, how however,
ever, however, to a working wife whose hus husband
band husband is inCaDflhlp nf splf-snrmnr

because of a mental or physical dis-
oumijr. iue umiiauons are:
1. The workinp wife mnct filo
joint return with her husband, and
.2. Her dependent's care deduc deduction
tion deduction must be reduced hv tho
mount by which the adjusted gross
income on the joint return exceeds
$4,500. For example, if she has
spent $500 for dependent's care
while she was ."gainfully employ-
u me adjusted gross in
come on tne joint return was $4,650,
her deduction would be reduced by
$150 ($4,650 minus $4,500) to $350.
Do not include in the deduction
any amounts paid for a child or
other dependent's care to some someone
one someone who is also your dependent for
tax purposes. Thus, if a widnuwr
pays his 17-year-old daughter $60
a montn to stay Home and take
care of his younger children, he
is not entitled to a $600 child care
expense deduction for those pay payments.
ments. payments. Property losses caused tither by
casualty or theft can bt shown
on page 2 of Form 1040 even
though tht property is for your
own personal use. Casualty losses
include damagt from firt, storm,
flood, lightning, hurricane and
other sudden, unexpected or un unusual
usual unusual causes. Thus damagts from
a burstihg boiler or frozen pipes
wouia ot casualty loss.
You can deduct damages to
your car caused by a collision un unless
less unless the collision was due to your
wutui negligence: faulty driving
is not classed as wilful negligence.
but driving while intoxicated is so
classified.
The amount of the loss or dam
age to be deducted should, be
computed in accordance with the
official instructions on page 12.
it you have difficulty determin
ing the fair market value of the

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er me loss, as required by the ins instructions,
tructions, instructions, remember th a t such
things as repair bills, insurance
adjuster's estimates, and police or
fire department records are good
evidence of the 'amount of your
loss.
A loss from a casualty or from
theft should bt deducted in tht
year tht loss occurred. If you art
covered by insurance, tht lost
must bt rtductd by any recovery.
If your casualty loss in 1955 ex exceeds
ceeds exceeds your 1955 income you can
deduct the excess from your 1953
and 1954 incomes and get a refund.
Do this by filing a claim on a form
you can get from your District Dir Director
ector Director of Internal Revenue.
The last deduction schedule on
page 2 is a catch-all for deduc
tions not taken elsewhere. Typical
examples of items that can be de
ducted in the "Miscellaneous"
schedule are:
1. Expenses of earning your sal
ary or wagt. Any ordinary and
necessary expenses in your line of
work are deductible. This includes
dues, initiation fees and assess
ments to labor unions, and profes professional
sional professional societies; entertainment of
customers to promote specific
deals and not just for general good
will; uniforms, work clothes and
costumes required in your work
and that do not replace your own
ordinary clothing; s a f e t y equip equipment,
ment, equipment, tools and supplies necessary
and customary in your work.
2. Alimony paid regularly, but
not necessarily at fixed intervals,
undtr court order. You cannot de deduct
duct deduct any sums specifically design designated
ated designated for the support of your minor
children.
3. Costs of management, main maintenance
tenance maintenance and conservation of prop property
erty property htld for investment. This in includes
cludes includes cost of a safety deposit box
for your securities.
4. Fees or expenses Incurred In
preparing your income tax return.
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