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Let the people know the truth and the country ts $afe" r Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 5f
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Stateside Movie Star, Comedians;
Jugglers To Entertain Servicemen
' USO-Ca mp Shows presents
1:1:. r'V.i.ictmm fiflities Ot
9 besinr a week long stand for mil military:
itary: military: personnel in the Panama a-
The U ge show easts 'Angers
Peggy Dietrick, Jeanne HiHer and
Meg Mylesj movie star, me. and
singer, Kent-Taylor; 'ComedjjCrg 'ComedjjCrg-glers,
glers, 'ComedjjCrg-glers, Mel and Ruby Ody ; 'coAifidi 'coAifidi-ans
ans 'coAifidi-ans King and Anne Donovan' and
"The Gleason Dancers," Pat Ayi Ayi-wardv
wardv Ayi-wardv Paul Gleason, Gene Kelton
and Judy Moofhouse., '.. v
Accompanying the musical num num-bfers
bfers num-bfers will be Onest Conley iva the
drums, Jack Lowell playing- thej
vnitar and Kfldv samueis at uie
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He Cot Probalron
iV 9Sii'-' oifcn-ft& ImWltaWAr wiltM-: atul. hart fettteJL
, wheSarc(eher; emploHJStsned its :himbe 'earRO.-;,.;- -
atejjplants in ;ifie yard of
it j?iniri f ni name reiiorieu ,m
cabinet In the carport had beerj.
' filhee-the occupaiits of "iHdus
122 'tM'.ln the States it could
not be learned -whether any gar
ednlng- tools or other property
was missing. f v r)'
.Neighbors also had reported
an unauthorized person hv their
In Balboa. Magistrate's Court
this morning, Mariano Diaz, 28,
Panamanian, waa charged with
loitering in thecarport. "r
He told Judge John E. Demlng
that Uc had not been near the
But Balboa polict- produced
two new, well-defined finger'
prints showing numerous
identical points with those on
file for Diaz.
Twenty days in Jail was the
penalty, plus a $29 fine, but pay payment
ment payment of the fine was suspended
and Diaz was put on probation
Jor a year.
He has served a term in Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa penitentiary for larceny.
In Suez Canal
Due In Port Said
INTDOtf Jan," 7
Thirteen merchant vessels trap trapped,
ped, trapped, in the Suez canal since
the Anglo-French Invasion are
expected to reach Port Said to.
morrow or Wednesday in. a
slow and cautious transit of
the- partly-cleared waterway.
United .Nations sources reported
'todav.. r v. -"
' But there were iribuntlng. Inn
dicatlons the Canal crisis was
far from solved. Middle east
dispatches said Egypt was at attaching
taching attaching new conditions .to 1
formal reopening of the -canal
including .Israeli evacuation of
the Gaza strip. Israel was re reported
ported reported determined to hold the
trip.'-i -- -. 1',
: NIW YORK. Ja. 1 U Tke
$4 14 in run i im mwM pne
(immmJ fcf Ha Abitiki Pwr
. am4 tfm Cm. ef Caosi wiH cm
. 1 U.S. wtpmt pmMakwt 2( miU
. liM Mint yi if Htr
in felUw tm, IdHm lr rS.bl.iK rS.bl.iK-.
. rS.bl.iK-. 1 mrr H trade waaklv mttimaH f
day, end 4M tliar a gvaetal rit
: rtta la ahnear fit urn.
r'Abltlbi. which is one "of the
Hrgert paper producers in Can Can-Si
Si Can-Si da, announced the price in increase
crease increase Jan. 2, effective March I.
It ascribed the rise as due to
Increased costs, including freight
charges and the premium on the
TanacUan dollar as compared
Vwlth the UA dollar.-
Jhe 84 increase would mean
thJtvthe delivered price in Kew
Vfw"t Would be $134.
Ths dificrential between VS.,
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- The show's schedule includes Ft
n...tnH' lkB4jia Ka''1 Toft Q 1
p.m.; Albroclt AFB theater, Jan
10 and 11. 2 p.m.; Fort Kobbe thea
ter, Jan 12, 8 p.m.; 15th Naval
District, Cummins Hall, Jan. 13, 8
p.m.; Fort Gulick theater, Jan., U,
8 p.m.; Coco Solo Hospital, Jan. 15,
2 p.m.; and Coco Solo theater, Jan.
15, 8 p.m. -. ?
The cast will arrive from Puer
to Rico by air. Tuesday.
Due In Cristobal
Towed By 'Bull Run1
The U. C S. N." S. Bull Run
was due In Cristobal today with
the 90-f t. v vessel Urania.Q. in
tow. i :
The Orania-O iras reported
iri distress last, week, at a point
midway between the Canal
Zone and Cuba. The vessel wks
Last 1 Friday Navy antphl-
blarl: from CocoSol spotted
the vesseL It had a large SOS
marked on the deck.
, The plane crew reported the
Honduran-flag Urania-G. was
in need of a tow. At the time,
the Bull Run was only 75 miles
away, so the Navy ship was
diverted to the small : vessel's
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ALGIERS, Algeria, Jan. 7
(UP) Tree-skimmine- liaison
planes led French patrols in a
dawn sweep of the Bou Saada
area today to avenge a rebel
ambush in which one French
soldier was killed and at least
two more wounaea.
The. strong rebel band let a
Trench convoy move through
low ground at Ain Oprah near
Bou Saada until the entire
string of trucks was driving
slowly between hidden gunmen
on nign ground on ootn sides 01
the road. Then the rebel o-
pened up, raking the convoy
with -automatic weapons and'
rifle fire. :
Rebels swept down on a farm
near Benl 8af, 82 miles west of
Oran on the coast and kidnap kidnapped
ped kidnapped two French farmers. They
were found later nearby, shot to
death. The bodies of two pro pro-French
French pro-French Moslem were found
with their throats slit near Mas Mascara,
cara, Mascara, southeast of Oran.
The bodies of three other Mos
lems were foand in a field out outside
side outside of Mascara. Officials said
their hands were tied and that
they had been "horribly muti mutilated."
lated." mutilated." '.
. In Oran itself a young French
soldier was shot in the head as
he walked along Boulevard Paul
Doumer. He died later in an O-
and Canadian dollars Is four per
cent and the Canadians say that
they lose $5.20 on a ton because
newsprint-bills art paid m UA
My J. Foley, president of the
Powell River Co another Can Canadian
adian Canadian firm, thinks that the 14
increase is too low. that a larg larger
er larger rise is necessary. ;
When Abitibt announced the
higher price, it said the an announcement
nouncement announcement followed "long and
careful consideration." r
However. William Dwltht
President of the American News
paper Publishers Association,
pointed out that Abitibt s net
earnings in 1955 Were $13538,-
02$ or $1.J per cent higher than'
Its 1954 earnings. i
"Purine, the first six months
of 1958," he added, "its net earn earnings
ings earnings were $7,990,684 compared i
2 Soviet Ships
Later In Month
At least two of the Soviet
tankers which had originally
been expected from the Pacific
around Jan. l will not arrive
until late this months
Agents Payne St Wardlaw
have had no direct advice from
any or tne live Russian snips
which had been, tentatively
scheduled .to arrive some days
ago for transit of the canal,
. But Lloyd's report of ship
movements shows the tanker
Samarkand cleared from Singa Singapore
pore Singapore Roads Dec. 28; the' tanker
Sverdlousk departed from the
same port on Christmas day.
bailing time from Singa Singapore
pore Singapore to Balboa is about a
-The report showed nothing on
me tnird tanicer, tne Kaunus.
xne Tuioma, originally ex
pected in Cristobal from Split en
route .10 viacuvostpck, wag re
portea as arriving m Brlndlsl, a
port o the heel of Italy. Dec
14. On ie 17th, she was still
mere due to englnetrouble.
There was no 'report, on the
Kagan, which had been expect expected
ed expected from the Atlantic with, the
Tuioma. ', :
CHRISTCHUBCH,' N. 2., Jan.
(UPy An American exoert
snow and ice conditions today pre
dicted mat commercial airliners
wlll .be using the Antarctic as a
refuelling base within a few years.
Dr. Andrew Assur of the snow.
ice and permafrost research pro
gram at Wilmette, III., saidhe ex expects
pects expects airliners to use the Antarc
tic route from South America to
New Zealand and Australia with
in tbe same period of time.
: Assur, en route to the F. S. Ant
arctie expedtiion headquarters at
McMurdo Sound, said refuelling
depots probatory could be built on
the edge of the Ross Ice shelf.
The expedition cailec" In Assur
to test the airstrip at McMurdo
which ass become almost unus
LONDON. Jan. 7 f UP) The
Soviet press today continued its
campaign of praise for tbe out outlawed
lawed outlawed Irish Republican Army
despite disavowals from mem members
bers members -of the extremist group.
The Soviet government news
paper' Izvestia. In an editorial
broadcast by,, Moscow '.radio,
praised the IRA as a. band of
''Irish patriots" and said it '-'comprises
wide sections of the Irish
population." r' : '"I';..
The editorial was the latest in
a Soviet -campaign supporting the
violent activities of the IRA ia its
attempts to unite northern and
IRA readers in Dublin have
disclaimed any friendship with
the Soviet Union. A spokesman
for the ermjr denied j through an
underground spokesman in Dublin
a London newspaper 'report that
Soviet agents inspired the current
wave ef attacks. : -
with S8.5n3.S42 In the same pe period
riod period of 1955; an increase of 22.8
per cent" '
Mr. Dwipht said the increase
"can not be Justified by any
known need for more income to
maintain reasonable profit mar margins
gins margins and It comes at a time when
the failure of many producers
to meet' their contract commit commitments
ments commitments in 1958 forced many
newspapers into the spot mar market
ket market for newsprint at exorbitant
As a rwalr ef the enwutaf
mii in erica, hifbae Vartitinff
raraa art ia the affiaf aad ia aaata
can aaraaaa aa iacfaact i
rica a hi 4aHy eaaar ta rk
criacr ar aawtiriaa bayar.
In : Troy. N.T newspapers
have already raised their price J
from 8 cents to 7 cents a codv.I
Beginning Jan. 13 the Sunday I
Baton Rouge Race Incidents
Smudge Talks onllntegrtion
ATLANTA. Jan.. 7 (UP) 'Bus
integration campaigners In Bat Baton
on Baton Rouge. La., met with city
officials today to try to avoid
strife and violence; that has
marked similar campaigns in
Alabama and Florida.
A croi s-burning Saturday
night at the home of the-Rev.
T, J. Jemison, Negro leader of
the integration movement,
marked the- first lawlessness of
a heretofore quiet Baton. Rouge
Except for -a minor Incident
in, which teenaged boys hurled
sparK plugs, aamaging a city bug
Saturday at Montgomery, Ala i,
relative ouiet prevailed over tne
weekend at other so-called bus
Tht annthprn rpirlnnnl pniinril
In Atlanta reported that during
the turbulent deep-jouth bus in
tegratlon campaigns compulsory
bus (segregation has ended
quietly in 21 more northerly
cities in five states --Arkansas,
North Cardllha, Virginia, Texas
Two Union Leaders
To Answer Charges
Of Tund f umb!(nc,
.WASHINGTON, jart' 7 (UP)
of mishandling 'union 'welfare
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The 'offlclalssuspended Dec
28 by AFL-CIO President, George
Meany. are Paul Dorfman. sec
retary-treasurer of the- Waste
Materials Handlers Federal Un Un-ion
ion Un-ion of Chicago, and Charles
Naddeo, secretary-treasurer of
the Can Workers Federal Union
The charges were" tor be aired
at' closed-door hearings before
Joseph' -Belrne, AFL-CIO -vice
president and head of the Com Communications
munications Communications Workers of Amer America.
ica. America. Meany said the charges were
based on evidence in 1953 and
1955 Congressional' committee
investigations of union welfare
fund abuses, and on AFL-CIO
audits of the two union's funds,
Th v AFL-CIO gave Suspenaea 2 wrogty-pygre f -Mir Mji iiti:Mlrf faversea' farov-bit, o.ajmtiWlBuWoa-net
r -;Jphia, and "Chicago unions a .y ; ... ; ( , .' -. : u The nemocraHpcwilrolled
: ? lchance today to answer charges tAn es mated S 000 public par-L ; hi L i n.i.J eongrew ls exmrtM t re
OFFICIAL VISIT LfGei Robert M. Montague, (lefU who last week succeeded Lt Gen.
V William K. -Harrison as commander in chief of U.S. Army Caribbean,-pays an official visit
. to President Ernesto de la Guardia .Jr. at Hie Presldencla. At right is U.S. Ambassador Julian
K Harrington, who accompanied Montague -s ;
edition of the "New York Times,
now 25 cents, will cost 35 cents.
Iri New York City now. week weekday
day weekday newspapers sell fori five
cents and the tabloids .four
Mart al ha Nw Yard aapara
ar axaaefad to at tka aditiaaal
raraiiH to aty tU aawarint arica
fram bifher aJvaftiiiafl ratei.
Such a .course is not feasible
In Latin 'America, Guillermo
Martinez, managing director of
El Pais of Havana, said last,
These newspapers are already
charging all the traffic will bear.
he said, and therefore tne rugn rugn-er
er rugn-er cost of newsprint will work'
more economic hardship on pub-i
lishers in Latin America than in
the United States.
Editor A Publisher estimates
that la this country newsprint
The 21 cities were Bsted as
Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Fort
Smith and Hot Springs, Ark.;
Charlotte, Greensboro, Dur Durham,
ham, Durham, and Winston-Salemi, N.
C; Richmond, Norfolk, Torts Torts-mouth,
mouth, Torts-mouth, Newport News, Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, Charlottesville, Frede Frede-r'ekburg,
r'ekburg, Frede-r'ekburg, Lynchburg and Roa Roanoke,
noke, Roanoke, Va.; San Antonio, Cor Corpus
pus Corpus Christ! and Dallas, Tex.,
and Knoxville,, Tenn; 5y
i The council,- ah-'inter-raclal
organization compaignihg for
bettering race relations in the
south, in its report also review reviewed
ed reviewed the Violence of recent months
In Montgomery, Birmingham,
Ala., and Tallahassee, Fla.
MUNICH. Germany. Jan. 7 (UP)
Bavarians began developing
their annual five week hangover
The "fasching' season 1 opened
with rounds of private parties and
dances. It will end On March 5,
Rivers of wine, oceans of heady
Bavarian beer and a sea .of
brandy will pour down tens of
thousands. o throats- before 'thf
ties, ball and concerts will be
held, .400 of them in Munch alone.
The celebrations are" open to
anyone witn a thirst ar.d a H"rv
dress costume, no matter aw
elaborate or skimpy,
It is similar to the Mardi Gras
celebrations in New Orleans
"Fasching" is the corruption of
an old German word meaning
'the eve of fasting
During the last few days, the
parties will get noisier and pa
rades will be staged through the
streets of Bavarian cities and
Traditionally, married couples
leave their wedding rings at home
for the last few days of the blow-
accounts for. ten per cent of the
r total expenses of a newspancr
with less than 10,000 circula circulation.
tion. circulation. -
.. A aaaaf with 10.000 to 25.000
circalatiaa aaaaa. abaat ,15 aar
caat ef iri total etaaaaa aa mam-
arint. . ' '
' In the 25.000 to 50.000 group
newsprint costs represent more
than 20 per cent of the over-all
In the 50,000 to 100,000 group
if is 30 per cent of cost and for
newspapers of 100.000 circulation
or over newsprint cost rises to
40 -per cent of all operating ex--penses.
Thus a newspaper using 500,
tons yearly would pay an addi additional
tional additional $2000 yearly. A daily u!ne
10,000 tons would pay $40 000
more. One which consumes 2i,-
Jailed For His
Part In Putsch
PARIS, Jan; 7 (UP) A French
general has been sentenced to
serve 30 days lrt the guardhouse
for plotting a military "putsch"
in guerrillai-infested Algeria, it
was reported here today.
The defense m'nlstry would
say only that an unidentified
officer has been "rebuked.')
But Paris newspapers headlin headlined
ed headlined the report that he had been
subjected to the unusually
severe penalty Of guardhouse
The newspapers said the gen general
eral general was the head of an army
group that had plotted to seize
power during the disorders that
followed the assassination Dec,
28 of Mayor Xmedee Gdeger in
The conspiracy apparently
failed when the general's mo mother
ther mother fell ill and he Returned to
this country to visit her. He was
arrested when he wint to the
airfield to board a pltne for the
return flight teAlgifers.
Meanwhile reports from Al Algeria
geria Algeria said 40persons have-been
killed, 12 wouSaded and 80 im imprisoned
prisoned imprisoned this week in continued
The only sizeable clash oc
curred at Nedroma, 55 miles
southwest of Oran, where 15 A
rabs were killed and about 50
taken Drisoner." The other ca
sualties occurred! liu scattered
hjt-ano-run,'. raid at y a r I Q u s
Heavy Docket Slaied
For District Court
Eleht defendants facing 11
charges are due4n US,' District
Court tomorrow for the calling
of the January docket.
The unusuallv heavy calendar
at Ancon Courthouse includes
three appeals. One is of a con conviction
viction conviction of driving while 'ntoxi 'ntoxi-cated.
cated. 'ntoxi-cated. another is petit larceny
and a third is posessioruof marl
One man is accused of on on-ductlne
ductlne on-ductlne a eambline eame, an
other of returning to the Canal
Zone after deportation.
Three men face burglary
charges and one Is accused In
four senorate counts of em
000 tons would pay f 100.000 ad additional.
ditional. additional. -.-
According to Editor & Pub Publisher
lisher Publisher one newspaper in the VS.
uses 200.000 tons a year. Its ex extra
tra extra newsprint cost would be
$800 000. Another newspaper
which uses about 250.000 tons
must find an additional $1,000. $1,000.-COO
COO $1,000.-COO yearly to. meet its newsprint
The trade weekly estimate
that at the new rate the tfotal
newsprint bill will be $107,000..
000 yearly for New York City
newspapers, or $3,200,000 more
than they are paying at the
present price. ,-
' Advertising rates will surely t, --n- fw,inT
be on the rise in 195L snd fco! rr"l r..W-nro-
mlght circulation rates.' con- -o-e and
dudes Editor is Publisher, 'economic assistance to China.
- i? . ;:
Of Soviet Threat
In Middle East
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 (UP) Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles told Congressmen today a Communist
breakthrough in tne Middle East would be a "major dis disaster"
aster" disaster" for the whole world.
He said a successful Red land grab in the oil-rich
area, in addition to its immediate harmful effects on the
West, also would encourage
where to more aggressive
Dulles appeared before
mittee to tell in detail how the Administration hopes to
head off Communist expansion in the Middle East throuqh-
the new "Eisenhower doctrine" of U.S. military protection
and economic aid to countries which seek it.
President Fisenhower outlined
the doctrine before a joint ses
sion of Coneress Saturday.
He requested standbv sonor sonority
ity sonority to use U!S. troops to defend
r.ny Middle Fast nation which
renu"nrrt U.S. heln nd per permission,
mission, permission, to BupDly military and
ieconomie sid ro tn. 'ea jua
lonr wMh the President's pro
gram, after lr '"rt eUse
scrufc:nv. Tn the House hear hear-nrs
nrs hear-nrs whl" hean '"Hay, mem members
bers members were rdv wh a n"n n"n-ber'of
ber'of n"n-ber'of nnest'ns. 'nrli"'" the
nnjifl'b'litr of a time l,w,t on
the nropo roon Sfth,,v.
Dul'es sid proidnt Fifi Fifi-hower's
hower's Fifi-hower's npw nol'ev )ridpd
to ln"t xp"r" """t''."
P"t he iaid Hunt'v tht tbere
is "darT. .of onn cr"-"'' of of-tack"
tack" of-tack" bl Russia or a n-:slan
sat-'lite in the F"f.
Ttirp p'o W "ner ,r ,r-toml
toml ,r-toml Pert pnhvrslon ""d tie
'isk tht. ecnirnlc renditions tn
he Irlrtle F"it roimtrlcs mWht
hecori go hii as to msuf Cni-
niun'fm .em n attractive
cho'ce. pnl'M sld.
"Any proo-rarn. -to h d.
tnQfA niUSf n rtren- tn moo
H thre of tbse ("""'"f' and
anv rnrnbfnf'nn nf thni."
Dl'lles emr)r,ns,,'H ti "W1
nr Cnrfrtu" to in'nf Tr'id'",t
vupnhnwf tn He"'a,inn TT S.
e'ermtnfion to nrevn
nieremeal rnnnnit of tbe
'nrld bv wr" by international
Tntil t rnpr ha -f"'l
xnoen rin'i M.
"ih-re -nt n h M'rfu"
F p re m b' i'nbt
'n the Sere r'nn. f those
(innht h ihe dan
ger persivM and frows.
"Tf we elect n w't and ee
and then decM th waiting
oerlo wt'I hret'v ht"hen vul-1
nerabi'ltv to oth Htrect tcv
by overwhelm'n" frce. and to
Dulles told the committee that
Chou in SoYielland:
On Ike, East China
MOSCOW, Jan. 7 (UP Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communist Premier Chou
En-lal arrived here today for
three days of highlevei talks
with Soviet leaders on problems
ranslng from Huheerv to the
Midd'e East and the Eisenhower
It wit Choos firxt viit te
the Soviet rnlow sne Jane.
152. when he'n r'raw a
a erle ef sna-et a"0 a"0-m'r
m'r a"0-m'r and naMtteal areetner-t. '!
(Wesern obrver sorvt't-'
h-t Chou mieht be aked to
v, f., r rh1"
o th Pvle re"rn to tV
'n i- deal'ne with etr na-
-rT P-rr-r p. r r-hcrev
hcrev r-hcrev rd -m'r 'v't
-rn. p V mc wpvM tn be
1 -nti-al mwii'Hh tt Ami t-
Soviet rulers to "resort every
the House Foreign Affairs com
only by quick action can Con Congress
gress Congress dispel world doubts of A-.
merican unity and thus perform
"the. maximum tit can do to
preserve peace and freedom.".
rne purpose or tne proposed'
resolution is not. war,6 Dulles.
V peac-'The -purpose-: ;'as
in tne oiner cases wnere me
president and the Congress have
acted together to oppose inter international
national international Communism, is to stop-
World War III before -it starts."
Slow Nuclear Power
Program Brings Ire
Of Commission Down
WASHINGTON. Jan. 7 (UP)
The Atomic Energy commission
nas warned private industry to
speed the development of nu nuclear
clear nuclear power if it does not want
to see the government take 0 0-ver
ver 0-ver the Job.
The Commission issued an in invitation
vitation invitation yesterday to private and
public power groups to submit
proposals as soon as possible for
the construction and operation"
of nuclear power plants.
"If Industry does not submit
acceptable proposals," it warn warned,
ed, warned, "the commission will request
additional funds to initiate such
projects under complete federal
A spokesman --saTd" the Cqm-mlssiop'e-actlon
signifies it has
approved a program outlined
Dec. 11 by chairman Lewis L.
Strauss to hasten the day of
cheap nuclear power.
Plane & Fancy
At mfdmornlnr tbe erash erash-calls
calls erash-calls began te come in.
One said "A plaae landed ea
Another "thought it eame
down right by tbe school." No No-bod
bod No-bod t seemed te be hurt.
"Just what we've been ex expecting"
pecting" expecting" came a third call. 'A
plane down between the school
and Albroek ranway."
Another excited vace re reported:
ported: reported: "It's right there by
tbe manual arts -build tag."
But it-hadn't crashed, and ft
hadn't eame down. Indeed the
rutted, eld jet had not even
flowa In many a year. It was
Once an F-S4 fighter, It has)
been fca use as a ground train
, r foe students ef the Latin
Tee eld even for that, it
was stripped to fuselage and
Undin tear and gtvea te Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Hh School for training
purposes "Best love frem the
S7Mth Air Base Tires p.".
Things Soviets 1 T
Off New Bomb
TOKYO. Jan." 7
jarjanese suentist said todav
radfoactive snow indicated the
Soviets mey-have set off an another
other another nuclear explosion, but
thought the radioactivity might
have come from the already
detected mid-December blast
ia Siberia. j
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OLD TIMERS' PRIVILEGES
The recent announcement to the eifect that Gringos retir retir-!
! retir-! ed from tht Panama Canal and residing in the Republic of
. Panama would lose their customary limited privilege of shop-
tung in the Canal Zone commissaries, nits a new low in inter inter-!
! inter-! it.inrai rfit.inn. snri emnhsjizes the fact that the current
Panama administration is interested only in the receiving end Zvlmri.
, uie piuQ imismwi ii nf rivi This discussion began omciaiij
j Naturally, the arbitrary and aP .tallment o !i PH,t the recent sessions of the FL
J lege heretofore enjoyed by a relatively few aged United States, EthicaI pPCtices committee
citiaens wouia cause a iew aibuiiu uuhsu w iiu
una, but at what a cost.
By VICTOR RIESEL
There's a bright midwest labor
fellow who has borrowed himself
some money from a bank and tak taken
en taken himself a partner and is build building
ing building himself an office "skyscraper"
as a personal investment.
This is not a union building. It
is a commercial job and so the
labor man doubles as union lead leader
er leader and capitalist via the real estate
route. Now, this muttlmillion dollar
operation is his private business
and a legitimate one at that. The
code in this corner is not to in intrude
trude intrude on a man's privacy. So, at
least here, you won't find his name
This it his own privats busi business,
ness, business, as I ssid, but in the highest
labor circles thsrs now is con considerable
siderable considerable discussion ever wheth wheth-r'a
r'a wheth-r'a labor leader should also he
a privats businessman and, if
so, jut how deeply he should 9s
Into business and just how any
union loader's being businssa businssa-man.
man. businssa-man. Investor, or realtor affects
his own union, specifically, and
I soberly predict that for each doJlar gained bv Panama
! through this low body blow, one hundred dollars will be lrre-
trisva-bly lost. And of possibly even greater Importance, clear-
thinking citizens of Panama will sooner or later bow their heads
. in shame at the unfair treatment given the old and almost
helpless minority, it this regulation is permitted to stand.
It must be remembered that the people selected for this
particular sadistic gem are the same ones who built the Pan Pan-J
J Pan-J lima Canal and made it operate efficiently, at such a profit to
the Republic of Panama. For, regardless of how words and
meanings are twisted, the Canal has definitely been a boon to
i Panama's economy. T
1 tr T ti.cirtant nf t.ha RenubllC Of Panama, 1
take a penetrating gander at this problem, and make a thor thor-f
f thor-f '.ah irTtrrv nt the nrobabilities. Far-reaching results of a
! regulation hurriedly and careiesslv made can change the course
r, of a nations nistory. a iew 01 uie li"i w ..w.-
And it should be set down that
thin is not a discussion of illegiti
mate investments or even legal
Labor's high tommand simply is
beginning to face tne tacts 01 me.
There are scores of labor leaders
who are highly successful business
men and commute regularly be
tween the office behind tne aues
wicket and the executive suites be
hind the gold lettering on tne
fronts, of banks, brokerage houses,
insurance companies, real esiaie
a offices and even emporiums of
more exclusive iaic uu i.jran;
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m -ill! as b s mf jm. ITI s's iiiL-
listed as follows:
United States citizens who have chosen to reside in Pan Panama
ama Panama have obviously benefited the Republic. To have
gone into business, constructed homes, cieaned out large
tract of the dense Jungle, and have provided Jobs for
Panamanian labor. Such development may gradually
fade out. Mr. President, would you care to make your
home m a country where the cards were stacked against
jou? I doubt it.
Thr mav h a decrease in the expenditure of United
States contributed dollars in Panama by Point Four and
other organizations. United States Congressmen are
cruising around this are! all the time, and I'm sure
their ears have already Been reached by frustrated vic victims
tims victims of the no privilege regulation. Mr. President, would
you, as a helpful foreign government representative, con continue
tinue continue pouring your taxpayers' money .lnjo a country
where your own people, after a lifetime of service, were
being officially mistreated? I doubt It.
Perhaps there will be a decrease in contributions to Pan Pan-sona'a
sona'a Pan-sona'a needy by the Balboa Women's Club and similar
groups. Future Christmasses may not be as bright for
the poor of Panama. All cnarlty is apt to oe reaucea.
Mrs. President, would you continue digging into your
pocketbook at every meeting to help citizens of a coun country
try country whose administration prevented you from shopping
At the last session of the Ethical
Practices Committee, the boys Be Began
gan Began to consider a "code of con conduct"
duct" conduct" for such labor leaders. What
must be decided is whether, there
is a conflict of interests in such
activities. This would startle the
Rrttuh French and German So
cialist labor leaders who spend
their time politicking along class
lin. But here, every man s goia
n nnnnrtunitv Is born equal.
Th nroblem is whether a labor
lAOlAr (cm iM he as shrewd a busi
nessman if he did not operate, from
the vantage point of his union.
There are some fellows, for exam example,
ple, example, who place millions of dollars
worth of pension and welfare funds
in dignified old banks around the
countryside. The celluloid collar
crowd has long gone from behind
the managerial desks of these
banks and the new men see great
vistas in labor's millions.
So when a labor leader drops
in to discuss his own union's de deposits,
posits, deposits, there is naturally discus
sion ol omer investment juai hap happening
pening happening to lie around on the bank s
As a result there have
By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON (NEA) In
the eyes of many observers here.
the Eisenhower administration's so
the Eisenhower administration's
so-called "jiew" Middle East for foreign
eign foreign policy was reduced today to a
mere trial balloon.
It was launched with consider considerable
able considerable wind during the weekend be before
fore before New; Year's Iay. But the
balloon was quickly punctured and
deflated by criticism, leaving it a
shapeless foreign policy snafu.
The State Department's own
press office was told nothing a a-bout
bout a-bout it by higher-ups, and so had
no information to give out. U.S. In
been finalized and. many points of
view will have to be considered.'
Forty-eight hours previously the
word was being given out that the
Eisenhower administration might
ask Congress for stand:by authori authority
ty authority to let the President use U. S.
armed forces, if necessary, to def defend
end defend the Middle East against Soviet
ing the 1952 presidential campaign.
And after Dulles became secretary
ot state, Mr. Kennar. was bounced
from his :Job. ; v
it is the contention of many
Democrats on Capitol Hill, howev
er, that Dulles is still keeping the
containment policy alive,' even
though he formerly repudiated it
and even though this policy has
now outlived its usefulness.
This was enthusiastically dubbed For instance. Sen. Mike Mans-
a new "Eisenhower Doctrine," al-1 field (D-Mont), a member of the
though the President was playing
golf at Augusta, Ga., at the time,
and hadn't uttered a word on the
subject. So that left it pretty much
formation Agency was told nothing 'of a new "Dulles Doctrine
with vour children in a location where you could visitlhn unj0n chiefs in the past few
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with your friends or many years i aouoi n.
Maybe the United States militarv forces will not be quite
so eager to risk United States lives and cbstly United
States equipment to brln in an Injured Panamanian
irom the Jungles, when the national ingratitude is ex expressed
pressed expressed by measures that are discomforting to old Unit United
ed United States citteens. Mr. President, would you risk your
country's personnel and equipment under such circum circumstances?
stances? circumstances? I doubt it.
TTnrtmihtrviiv. there will be far iess snending in Panama
by the working Gringos of the Panama Canal, who are
sure to be Incensed at the pathetic spectacle of their
aged parents' efforts to cope with Panama's traffic and
years wno nave aepwuwu
outfit's millions and picked up
three or four mortgages for their
own investment at the same time.
All with good, redeemable Ameri American
can American cash. But nevertheless, the u u-nion
nion u-nion chiefs would not have known
of these golden opportunities if
they had not had the union gold
Some, labor chiefs have bought
valuable property for their unions
In outlying states and have pick picked
ed picked up adjoining bits of yardage for
themselves. They have known in
advance of areas through which
pipelines were to go, or which
streets were to be demolished for
new housing developments or
roads. And they have bought in on
There are union chiefs who have
purchased stock because they
And while we are on the general subject, I cannot help but
wonder what the Governor of the Panama Canal and tha Unit Unit-'d
'd Unit-'d States Ambassador to Panama are doing about this appa apparently
rently apparently deliberate mistreatment of that particular group of Unit
ed States cimens whose loyanv nas Deen proven ay scivicc
1 These high officials should say, firmly, "Listen, Panama,
ths old people affected by this ridiculous ruling are our people.
" They have given a large part of their lives to make this Canal
. operate efficiently, and they have been a benefit to Panama as
welL We, as the highest United States Government officials
!here. intend to make every effort to see that the remaining
vMn of the lives cf our retired emploes are not made un-
i necessarily difficult. We will go along with you on other things,
but in this particular matter, where our own people are so
Tttally concerned, we intend to stand by them
So. instead of scraping the bottom of the barrel to get
I every dime from every possible service, the time has come for
Panama to make a gesture of goodwill and friendship toward
J' the United States, for a change.
I can think of no more effective gesture right now than
!' rtrrtnir th shontiinB Drivilesa to the appropriate re-
tired Panama Canal employes. I oeueve inai sucn scuua micnew tne company piannea vo ex ex-thls
thls ex-thls time would be an excellent investment, and would pay off ipand and would need thousands
i well in both tangible and intangible dividends. of skilled workers for some spe-
Panama'a history is replete with ln-.tances where they have cial government project. And
chopped down the tree with the golden apples. I think it is there are union officials who in
safe to state that the merchants and others of Panama who vest millions of dollars a year on
'are always the victims of Panama's tree-cutting sprees, would .the market for their organizations
!aot want it to happen again. jand work so closely with the brok-
erage nouse inai nicy arc auic ui
pick up some stock of their own,
I There are others who know of
big construction projects in ad advance
vance advance such as an airport or ex exposition,
position, exposition, who then go up and buy
restaurants or stores nearby.
Labor men are in everything
shipping companies, hotels, steel
mills, electronic plants. jewelry
(firms, transportation, construction
you name it.
What the Ethical Practices Com-
i-mittee now is asking the AFL-CIO
Executive Council u decide at its
mid-winter session in Miami is
Such a statement, made Jointly and with conviction, would whether there is contact of inter-
tfS&ST citizens affected to the HgjVS" VtSSU
ruling, I suggest that each one of you write a letter to your Tina is just the beginning.
Consresamen. With the United States being so benevolent to
practically all the world, I am sure that you might find a grain
of sympathy for mistreated Gringos. After all. Congress must
; protect the tax-payers or they might run out of them.
F. E. Dapp
about it, so had nothing to put out
officially .over the Voict of Ameri
ca. p t w:i t rM ?
Congressmen were toid nothing
about it until President Eisenhow
er and Secy, of State John Foster
Dulles briefed them at the White
House conference for the biparti bipartisan
san bipartisan leaders on New Year's Day.
But the whole policy has yet to be
spelled out in detail In a special
message which President fcisen
hower will soon send to Congress.
Meantime, with rumors cabled
all over the world as hot news,
foreign embassies in Washington
were besieging the State Depart
ment for clarification. It was not
; forthcoming because Dulles wa&in
New York, ostensibly explaining it
to U. N. Secy. Gen. Dag Ham Ham-ma
ma Ham-ma rskjold.
What came out of that confer conference
ence conference was almost a complete de denial
nial denial of the whole 'story that had
been so laboriously built up in the
few days preceding by leaks to
selected newsmen, i
"Nothing," said Dulles, "has yet
It was definitely not the old
"Truman Doctrine" that offered
aid- to countries wanting to resist
communism. The new doctrine
would force aid on the Middle East
countries whether they want it or
What it was reduced to, In final
analysis, was a restatement of the
old policy of "containment" of Sov
iet Russia. This was first advanc advanced
ed advanced by former State Department
Policy Planner George F. Kennan.
He stated it succli ctiy in one
sentence of his famous "Mr. X'
article in Foreign Affairs, July,
Kennan wrote that the United
States would be warranted in "en
tering with reasonable confidence
upon a policy of contain contain-ment,
ment, contain-ment, designed to confront t h e
Russians with unalterable counter-
force at every point where they
show signs of encroaching upon the
interests of a peaceful and stable
Senate Foreign Relations Commit
tee, points to the Dulles-inspired
Baghdad Pact as an example of
frustrated containment in the Mid
"We created a wall to try to
keep Soviet Russia out of that a
rea," says Senator Mansfield.
"Russia simply leapfrogged it into
Kgypt and Syria. The Russians
have broken out of bounds in this
area both politically and econo economically.
mically. economically. They have sent arms and
technicians into both countries
and they support Nasser."
On the grounds that contain containment
ment containment is no longer effective in the
Middle East, Senator Mansfield
and others of like mind are pre
paring to oppose any move 'to ex extend
tend extend this policy.
"We turned this jod over-to tne
United Nations only a few weeks
ago," says Mansfield. ""We told the
British and French their action in
Eevot. using force, was i wrong.
Now it seems we are proposing to
go in and solve the old problems
"We are proposing to cut our
armed forces. If this is so, how
can we Dossibly meet all our other
military commitments, au over tne
WASHINGTON Sen. Joseph R
McCarthy of Wisconsin .has been
confined to the Bethesda cava
hospital under 'unusual circum
stances.' The hospital has beer
taking extra security precautions
to oar -visitors and to keep anyone
irora ascertaining the lull facts re
garding his illness. v, ?
Hospital authorities -state that i
fatty tumor was removed .from
his leg last summer and that the
wound nas not properly, healed.
Unofficially it is -reported the sen
ator has been drinking heavily and
is nervously upset.
A visitor seeking to call on the
senator in room 1221 at the hospital
was immediately escorted to the
officer of the day and told that no
one could see him. Mrs.' McCarthy
was the only visitor permitted in
his room, the officer stated, v
It also developed that the twelfth
floor has been barred to visitors
or outer patients i umess tney od od-tain
tain od-tain special' permission irom the
officer: of the day.
.Any vislton getting on the eleva elevator
tor elevator and asking for the twelfth floor
is automatically taken downstairs
to the officer of the dav and in
terviewed; in detail regarding the
patient he- wishes to see on the
neports that Mctartny KicKea
or hit one hospital corpsman in
the stomach- were denied to the
press by hospital authorities, but
one doctor inadvertently remark remarked
ed remarked "Has that got into the news newspapers?'
Capt. E, C. Kinney', commander
of the hospital, when asked about
reports that hospital authorities
had confiscated one bottle of wine
and four bottles of whiskey from
the senator said that if so he had
not heard of it.
' The Junior, senator from Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin has beeeh out of the headlines
since the Democrats organized the
Senate, at which time be automa automatically
tically automatically lost his post as chairman
of the Senate Investigation com committee.
mittee. committee. Should the republicans regain
control, McCarthy J automatically
resumes the chairmanship.
MAI LB AG
This policy of ."containment"! world, and ..still contain Russia in
was repudiated by Mr. Dulles dur-Uhe Middle East
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NEW YEAR'S THOUGHT
Nineteen fifty six U thru', the Nmv Year is here.
To us girls of Panama, it is very clear.
With all the unemployment, we gins will cower,
Beneath the Treaty of Remon and Eisenhower.
Wno can. blame a girl if she decides to marry.
Just for ths right to. buy in the Commissary.
Every girl wants "Romance,' unless she's made of ice ice-She
She ice-She also wants eatables at a decent price.
'Romance' Is important, as in the days of yore.
But 'Romanes' does not last long if the guy is poor.
Unfortunately, ha can be no other way.
la view of the prices folks in Panama pay.
Ths bJch cost of food is her Troblem of the hour.'
It poses this question, "Is Knighthood still in flour"?
Much depends upon the match thit a girl may make.
Whether she just gets bread, or also gets some cake.
' If a girl Is pretty, she need not strive alone.
For she ean find a husband lMnjr in the Zone.
Then, she will have 'Romance.' and, if she plays it right.
Commissary PrivUegt, along with her Knight
DOWN IN THE MOUTH The Air Force (Jlobemaster transport displays an apt expression of
glum resignation as it lies on its chin after a crash landing at McMurdo Sound. 'Antarctic--No
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Stephenson, former Grand Drag
on of tne Ku.'Kiqx ian, aeservea
his long jail sentence, but' he nev-,
er would have been convicted had
it not been for. a battle inside
Stephenson, withheld p a.rt. of
Klan dues collected in the Mid
west, and Klan headquarter in At
lanta was out to get him.
The Klan initiation fee was J10,
of which Stephenson kept $3 for
himself, amassing a fortune reput reputed
ed reputed to be 1984.000 in 1925... The riv
al Klan faction, made sure Stephen
son was convicted by sending a-
gents under the guise of perfume perfumery
ry perfumery salesmen to call on the jury pan
el in advance.
While selling perfume, the a-
gents made sure how prospective
jury members felt regarding Ste Stephenson's
phenson's Stephenson's assault of Madge Ober-
holtzer, a State House secretary
who took poison and died one
month after Stephenson had as assaulted
saulted assaulted her.
He had become the most power
ful political figure in Indiana and
dictated all Republican jods dur during
ing during the height of the Klan's power.
The Klan was so powerful 'during
the Harding Administratioa that it
staged a march up Pennsylvania
Avenue in full regalia.
H. Crabsr, Wichita, Kan.
Vice-president Nixon's trip to Vien
na undoubtedly did some good in
that it helped encourage Hungari
an refugees. But actually he found
out nothing not already known by
the White House and State Depart
Nixon himself concocted therip
as a good piece of personal public
relations and sold it to tisennower.
His wife was. all set to go with
him. but at the last minute he de
cided she should stay a. home: Ad
ministration insiders were already
beginning to criticise him for tak taking
ing taking a publicity, junket.
jff with their wives on a post-elo
.ion vacation to Europe at the tax taxpayers'
payers' taxpayers' expense.
Most of them struck out for Loo.
Jon and Paris. They were Burr
Jarrison ol Virginia and Thadde Thadde-js
js Thadde-js Machrowiczyof Michigan,-, Dem Democrats;
ocrats; Democrats; also .Gfrafd, Forcf ofi Mlchi.
gan. aftd Carroll Kearnsa( Penn
iylvania all Republicans, -ft
They''' itferd tTariefjr'ot.
ficial" excuses for their .frlos
from studying trade policy, to in
vestigating labor conditions. Their
wives went along to help the stu
. , -V-.' k.
Chip Robert, onetime football
star for Georgia Tech and onetime
treasurer of the Democratic National-
Committee finds that ths
ups and downs of football influ
ence his- health.;''-':' '.vv.'.
When Georgia Tech-didn't do so
well against Tennessee: Chip went
to the hospital to have his gall gallstones
stones gallstones removed.; When Georgia
Tech did all right against the Uni University
versity University of Florida,.he began to re
cover. Matt weeiy, BZ-year-oiu in
destructible senator from West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, is already 'walking with a
cane, after having his broken, hip
re-set. He' campaigned all over
West Virginia last, fail without
knowing his hip was broken'...'
Senator Wayne Morse, a f t t
scoring a big election victory, im immediately
mediately immediately went on a tour of Ore Oregon
gon Oregon to thank the people who elect elected
ed elected him. Some 'politicians, forget
their friends immediately after, e e-lection
lection e-lection day, but Morse and wife
held a series of "coffee hours" all
over Oregon ...
Jock Whitney hesitated about ac accepting
cepting accepting appointment as ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to London because of his wife's
health. Mrs. Whitney, the lormer
Betsy Cushing Roosevelt, ex-wife
of Jimmy Roosevelt, has doubted
whether she could stana tne strain
of the Loudon social season, out
will try it for a while.
Whitney was one oi tne wg imj-nev-raisers
for Eisenhower, was of
fered the London ambassadorship
some time ago ... Winthrop Aid Aid-rich
rich Aid-rich whom he will succeed, raised
even more money.
Dies, Others OK
PONDICHERRY, India, JaiVAt
(UP) The third of a set- of quin quintuplets
tuplets quintuplets born to a 35-year-old In Indian
dian Indian woman died here loday.
The two survivors were report-
ed "progressing. well," The. quints!
were born Nf w Year's Day and
lived for three flays. Then two of
chera died within hours : of each
25 More NATO
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Built In Germany
BONN, Germany, Jan. 7 (UP) (UP)-An
An (UP)-An additional 25 NATO airfields
will be built in West Germany la.
the near future, informed sources
The 14-nation defense alliance
will pay one-third of the S75
million dollar cost. Germany will
foot the rest of the bill.
US Student, Ten
In Auto Accident
KATMANDU. Ieoal. Jan. T'fTJPl
American student Frank Moore
and 10 Nepalese were injured last
night wheo their car plunged 900
feet down a hillside.
Moore. Californlanvwat bos-
oitallzed. One of th ntw vi-
Once they were safely elected, 'tims,-a young boy, died later, of
half a dozen Congressmen rushed bis injuries.
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T-33 Crash Kills 2, Air Force io Probe
l and Lstherwi5e
GEORGE AIR FORCE BASE,
Calif., Jan. 7 (UP) Air Force
officials today investigated the
crash of a T-33 Lockheed jet train trainer,
er, trainer, claiming the lives of two air airmen.
men. airmen. The jet trainer caught fire and
exploded Saturday while flying ov over
er over this desert base. The flaming
jet struck two C-119 flying boxcars
on the ground, destroying one of
the $560,000 transport, and damag damaging
ing damaging the other.- ', -
The victims were identified
Capt. L. E. Dowell, 31, of .Chilli .Chilli-cothe,
cothe, .Chilli-cothe, Mo., and 1st Lt. George C.
Summer, 26, son of Mr and Mrs
George G Sumner of Harwichport, i
Mass. The Air Force said tha: piano
was on a routine training mission
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,DE LA GUARDIA-ZUBIETA WEDDING PARTY Br.'de and brideeroom aw shown with thp
attendants at the wedding of Miss Manuellta Arias Zubieta to m?. RoTrtS de la Guaia J?!
which too place Friday night at the Virgen del Carmen Church.
AMBASSADOR AND MRS. ALBERTO boxu ETt.i come oi ine guests wno enjoyea ino
party given by the Consular Association of Panama for the Ambassador to Cuba and Mrs.
Alberto Boyd are shown here with the guests of honor The party was given at the. Union
COLOMBIAN AMBASSADOR GIVES GALA RECEPTION
IN HONOR OF DEPARTING MILITARY -ATTACHE
- The Colombian Ambassador Dr. Raul H. Barrios and Mrs. Bar Barrios
rios Barrios rave a reception at the Embassy residence Saturday night
as a farewell to tne mnwary aiicne ia. xml. uuis im
P Th .o'ntinn. whfch continued far into the night, was at
tended by the political, diplomatic, social and intellectual world
f Panama and representatives of the Canal Zone Government
and the 1.B. Armea rorces.
New Civil Aviation :
Mr; John F. Warlick, Chief of
the Civil Aviation Assistance Divi
sion, Point Four program uu am.
w..iiAir rrivel here last week.
This is the first foreign post that
Mr. Warlick has filled. Hf was
formerly with the Division of Avia
tion Safety uvu AVinuuu
nistratidn, Dept. of Commerce, in
Both Mr. and Mrs. Warhck are
frwn KnoxvUle, Tenn. They are
t&ingat the TivoU Guest House
oSrSeSr apartment in the Anah
Apartmenu un i-a u
They hope to move into the Anau,
Feb. 1.. ,.
tel Washington and a dinner will
also be given by the Richard Penn-
wgtons and Mrs. Helen uusmng.
DMpidlda Given Fr 1
Mr. and Mrs? Floyd B"n
were the guests of honor at a fare-
dinner given Saturlay night by
riarge group of friends at the home
Mi. fml Mrs. Ernesto Jaramillo
at Pamua neignvi.
Farewell Dinner At Skychef
Mrs. Betty Crawford was guest
of honor it a tareweUdinner held
"the Skychef on Friday .evening
bv a group of friends who have
-fSJ tth mm. Crawford at the
U Army Dispensary, Fort Clay Clay-!i
!i Clay-!i i. rrford.; leaves next
week" foV Florid. A. parting
gift. he was present wth a book
on the uowerwg
bean, and given a bracelet jn.de
of semi-preou awinc
Those attentog -the dinner were
vr. -Roth KeUeher, Mrs, Gloria
Lord, Mrs. EliUbeth H.yden, Mrs;
ck;.il. r.ni.n Mn. Grace Culp,
Mr.: Marion Wood, Mr Uicille
Davis, Mrs. C.tsy x.yrar u
Miss Bettf Crawford
.. 1 ufltw. I imrkaan
A luncheon given by the Ameri American
can American Legion Auxiliary was held S.t S.t-urd.y
urd.y S.t-urd.y afternoon in the Fern Room
of the TivoU Guest House in honor
of Mrs. eny irawiora.
m rvawtord became an Auxl
hry member of the American Le
sion in 1824 ana nas oeea a uicw uicw-ber
ber uicw-ber of Xlbert S. Waid Untt No. 2
and Chagree Unit Nk. She is also
a GoU Star member, Past Depart
ment President and National exe executive
cutive executive Committeo Woman, She has
held office, in both Unit and De Department
partment Department and baa served on Na
tional committees, airs, rmwiuru
served as Parliamentarian for the
Auxiliary and for ever.l year.
w. on the Finance Committee.
A ift i waa itreeeoted to Mr..
Crawford by the roup attending
tha hmcheon' which 'included the
Deptrtment Officeri of Ihe Ameri
can Legion AUXUiary,tWeprunonv
Chairman and Anxuiary memoen.
Drad Mr. Hurwita -Hin
Dr. and Mrs. Err. Hurwitx of
tho Palo Sesa Leprosanum have
three- houseguerts visiting from
the State..- -
They are Dr. Hunrits'. .Ister,
Mr. Nahama Samuels, Mrs. Sm-Bels-daughter.
Dr. Hada.sah Dan Daniel.,
iel., Daniel., "and her husband. Dr. Edward
Daniels. Both Dr. Hadassab Dan Dan-lela
lela Dan-lela 'and Dr. Edward Daniels are
psychiatrists- from Newton High Highlands,
lands, Highlands, Mas. a raborb of Boston.
,"r . .
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Maroarlta t Loevo -Te
atako Horn In StatM
Mr. and Mr. John L. Sotrar of
Margarita will, leave the lstlmMS
on Jan. 19 to make their home in
Ormond Beach. Florida.
J fr. Sugar ba. been -with the
mmissary Dhriskm and will now
go into Jos own business.
Their son. Mark Tiedje Sngar
left by Blase yesterday for Winter
Park, Fia. for his second semester
1 at Rellin CoDoge, where h is an
The Sugar, will 1 be entertained
witll a dinner this w?ek by Consul
Record Number Of Students
Visited This Xmii
Although nobody has taken
census, the opinion of most Zonians
is that a record was established
this Christmas in the number of
students who came here to spend
the holidays with their parents.
Among those who have now re
turned to school are Peter Adams,
Valley Forge Military Academy in
wayne, ra.; Juan Arias, Valley
Forge Military Academy in Wayne
Pa.; Goerge Atkeson, Yale, Sally
Banton, Baldwin-Wallace at Brea,
Ohio; Marilyn Be vington, Bryant
College, in Providence, Jt. I.;"Sia,"
Brady, Incarnate Word. College in
SSn Antonio. Texas! "DnnHl"
dy, Mt.-de-Sales Academv in Ma
con. Ga.: France RranJi cnhvni
.1 XT. i .. r;
ui iiursing. umversitv nf Nnrth
"" vuapei am; wuiiam Camp-
wcix, nuuuru KimveTBlLV at AUDUrO.
Aim riml rhaaA nr:i:- -a ,r
wva vua.n niiiHm mnn nn
ry in Wiliamsburg, Va.; Kather Kather-me
me Kather-me Cross, University of Maryland:
reggy Ann Donovan, St. Mary's
vucb, jxutre uame; David El
" Jr.. Universitv of Nnrth r..nii
na; David Fairchild, Phillips Exet.
" tuemy; ramcia Hauler, Jr.,
S-lf U M Hylen,' Jr.
Cadet Midshipman at the U. S
Merchant Marin AreA, xn
Point. N. Y sT-A; h.3's
. -. '. --iri."v a.AxiajiK fwel-
det Midshipman at the U.S. Merch Merchant
ant Merchant Marine Academy; Anna John John-on,
on, John-on, Bates-College in' Maine pi
rnma T a.L ri
... 7 V.5uverg"y M Tennes-
James L, Knapp Sr. Leaves -For
Reunion Of CZ employes
James L. Knapp Sr. is leaving
this week to attend the annual reu-
. .. i;.. i n ... .f ...... i
nion oi reurea canai one employ employes
es employes Society of Florida at the Sereno
Hotel Jan. IS and 16.'
Eich notice fat inclusion In this
column should ba submitted in
type-written form and mailed to one
of the baa numbers lilted daily in
"Social and OtharwiM." or deliver-
ted by hand to tha office. Notices of
msaringt cannot ba acceptee ay
Cardenas River Garden Club
The regular monthly meeting of
the Cardenas River Garden Club
will be held tomorrow at 6:30 p.m.
at' the. home of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Morgan in Miraflores.
All Panama members are ask
ed-to call Mrs, Morgan -at Balboa
see in Knoxville; Shirley Million,
Flonda Stau TTni.if m.T
lahassee: John H Pmn. n.Jrl
f !le Cost Guard Academy, New
wuii.; james Keece, Dart Dartmouth:
mouth: Dartmouth: Rosalinda nim.n. t-
ft .7 --v.....n1i4Af xj-
cnuVVf'.Vw"ty. CWcagor Fred
Conn.; Walter SchulL Columbia U U-niversity;
niversity; U-niversity; Louise Wagner, Nasson
College in Snnnrvale. TWain.. t.
queline Wilson, WUIiam and Mary
Lt8, "u"moorg, va.; Jorge
Simt'i Cd? Vley Forje;
ntaucmy m wayne, Pa-
Pen Women Will Meet
The Canal Zone Branch of the
National League of American Pen
Women will meet on Wednesday at
4:30 p.m. in the Little Gallery of
tne Hotel Tivoii. President Muriel
de Young has asked that all mem members
bers members attend.
C.A.R. Will Meet
At Susan Taylor's House
Susan R. Tavlor. Jr. Stat Pr.
ident Children of the American
Revolution on the Canal Zone has
invited members and eligible
guests to a meeting to be held on
Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. at the
nome oi ner parents, 2311-B, Las
vruces si., jjaiooa.
By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
About 10 years ago, Mr. Mills
failed in business. It turned out a
good failure, freeing him to a job
in which he s made steady prog progress.
ress. progress. But at the time, it seemed cruel.
However, his wife was wonderful.
She got work as a saleslady, paid
a neighbor for the children's after-
school care, sold the furniture that
wouldn't fit into tlie smaller house
they'd moved to.
But behind these gestures of
helpfulness, Mrs. Mills hated bav
ing to make ttem. She -resented
her small kitchen, impatient cus
lomers, strap nangingrides on
crowded buses. Unfortunately, to
know how she .'elt would have.
meant forfeiting evervone's nraisp
oi ner as a oncK so to retain
it, she rgnored her resentments.
If At First.
CORDOBA. Argentina .Tan 1
ur i lu carave l
old businessman who' slashed his
wrists and shot himself turto in
the head in a suicide attempt, was
nospuaiizea nere loaay in serious
sion at 9:00 pm.
The P.T.A. meeting will begin
Cristobal Woman's Club
The Cristobal Woman's Club will
have a board meeting tomorrow at
9 am. in the Red Cross Room at
The regular monthly meeting
will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m.
at the Red cross Room.
Thus, unacknowledged, they
thrived without control. Soon they
were asserting themselves in an
objectionable new habit of Mrs
Mills, She began to ask everyone
to watt on her
- She stopped hanging up her own
coat wnen sne came m. sne siop
ped looking for a mislaid pair of
scissors. Though the magazine she
wanted was in reach of ner nana,
she'd say to her husband or chil children,
dren, children, "Hand rri that magazine,
wiL you, dear?"
' At first, because she was still
such a "brick," her family was
glad to wait on her. But as time
has passed and her reputation as
a "brick" has laded, they n a vse
Mr. Mills has developed a certain
defensive deafness to her endless
requests for help, her children o o-bey
bey o-bey them with'increasing irritation.
If she does not get on the un unpopularity
popularity unpopularity of her aggressive help helplessness,
lessness, helplessness, she may end up without
As parents, we are indeed en en-tilled
tilled en-tilled to helpful children. But we
are not entitled to use the children
as extensions of our own healthy
arms and legs. "When we do de demand
mand demand that they render us services
we should be rendering ourselves.
we become weak. We lose, not just
uieir eagerness to help us. but
respect for our own powers.
usuauy parents who demand
such constant personal service are.
life Un. Mill. a..vlri... ...
TT Ul niu. UUV IE-
sentments they have preferred not
to anow aooui.
Hunger for nralse is a mot
ilous .appetite. Tf we're not aware
df it in ourselves, it can betrav
us into making all kinds of noble
gestures we haven't the strength
to make, if we are parents, it
should be outgrown as soon as dos
sible as a childhood hangover.
Lecture On Amber
The regular monthly meeting
of the Canal Zone Gem and
Mineral Society in Balboa had
as their speaker nan Sander.
who siioke on amber.
He had several pieces of jew jewelry
elry jewelry which he had obtained in
Copenhagen and Berlin. After
relating the history of amber
and localities where it is found,
he described in detail the vari
ous pieces on display, in addi addition
tion addition to a piece of raw amber,
there were pendants, earrings, a
bracelet and brooch.
L. H. StrouD submitted his
grown a little tire! 'of it. Though 'gntti'i a president of the
lub and he is returning to the
neo. Hiaies io mate his home
the verv near future wis re
signation was accepted with re regret,
gret, regret, and the members unani unanimously
mously unanimously voted h i m honorarv
membership. He was commend commended
ed commended for his Invaluable assistance
In the formation and puidanw
of the club since it inception
in August 1955, when he became
a cnarter member.
During elections to fill the
vacancy, Mrs. Patsy Ryan was
elected nresident. and Mr. a t
Bauman vice president for the
remainder of tne year.
A field trip for January was
planned but no definite date
Of Unitarian Women
The January meetlha: of the Af
ternoon Alliance of the Unitarian
euowship will be a "double fea-
ture." Those members interested
m enuaren's health will attend
panel discussion on "Childhood Di
sease, in the Tropics," sponsored
by the Diablo School P.T.A.
It 11 suggested to those not it.
tending the P.T.A. meetimr that
uiey go to me Diablo Theatre and
meet with the others in the Diablo
Clubhouse, for -coffee and discus
If 11 I 1 ir ir II II I II If'
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Fight In Streets
Malaya, Jan. 7 (UP) I
Malays and Chinese battled in
me streets or Georgetown' today.
rouce reportea 38 persons were
mjurea in tne noting.
The fighting began in the city
f 23,000 last night and continued
through this afternoon in the!
tough downtown area. Gangs of
Malays and Chinese fought with
bottles, bicycle chains, clubs and
Ballroom Daneo cIjmis Mill
eoon for 6th, 7th Sr 8th Grid.
Clauot rill start this Thurtdiy,
Jan. I Oth, at 1:30 a.m. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal "V."
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The following won this week
hut PAID NOT ONE CENT T6 WIN
o Sgt. Eugene J. Glaven. Carlos Herrera
o Kenneth E. Bennett rani Laroca
Denis W. Mashburn a Nancy Pfelffer
o Charle. Roby a SUtU Schow
o Ethelbert Gall Maria da Zachary
o Donald Dewar Margarita de la Gaardia
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will be glad to explain it!
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MONDAY, JANUABT 7. Wl
.Carta Vieja Snaps Losing Streafc : With; 6-3 rWil
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Killeen And Romberger
. Malt Beermen's Boom
( ltd Create Tie For 1st
: By J. J. HARRISON JR.
f i Evans Killeen, a righthander who went to the
t itiound with "only one w6rkout" under his belt aft aft-i
i aft-i er suffering an ankle injury Dec. 26, and a doughty
; Ihitchman named Allan Romberger, teamed up yes yes-'
' yes-' terday morning at sun-drenched Colon Stadium to
1 hurl the dowu-but-not-out Carta Vieja Yankees to
a jB-to-3 win over the Cerveza Balboa Beermen.
The victorv. which according: to manager Billy
Shantz, was a ""big one" created a first place tie
between the Beermen and the Chesterfield Smokers.
. and moved the Yankees up to one and one-half
games behind the front-runners in the tight Pana Pana--
- Pana-- ma Pro League pennant race.
down, but definitely
ilir, ..,V. ninlrpri 11 n .VlislWe're Still
thlrct thrjumph against one loss not out' he said firmly
TttHppd hv Rombereer in ine
neventh Innine with oi)e out
one run In and runners on first
. Divert retired the next bat bat-'terl
'terl bat-'terl dangerous Al pinkston. on a
fbopup to short fcnd struck out
Pepe;osorio to end the scoring
1 After that the Dutchman al allowed
lowed allowed onlr one runner tg tet
ton tasr Herman Charles who
'hit a. two-hagger w!Uh one out
'in the ninth.
Klaeen, who ave up seven
hits tnd all of the Yankee runs,
eald utter the game that he at attributed
tributed attributed his weakening in the
seventh to "lack of condition.
The soft-spoken youngster was
apologetic as lie explained that
since his ahkle pot badly sprain sprained
ed sprained when he fell while fieldm
a tbunt in a game against the
Beermen. be worked out for the
- liret time last Frioay.
, "I think I would have gone
Che distance had I been able to
; put in some more practice, he
said, "but since we won I guess
Killeen, who aided his own
cause in the second frame by
. punching a single to right, mov moving
ing moving to second on a wild pitch,
and coming home on Spider
-WUhelm's second of three sin-
" ales, seemed stiff-legged as he
Lotted to first base on his hit,
but went all out as he streaked
. home on Wilhelm's safety.
V "I knew the ball had drop drop-jed
jed drop-jed In and I would hve no
. trouble mak'nf first, he re-
Sealed, "so I figured I wouldn t
ake any chances on my sore
f 'ankle. But when they waved
i- "we in from second on Spid Spid-'
' Spid-' -er' hit I didn't remember I
t hurt a bum ankle. I just ran
i like mad."
- fihantz said the win gave me
and the boys a tremendous lift,
and we're going to win many
jhore before the season's over.
ThP Yanks had been able to
defeat the Beermen only once in
seven previous meetings.
The YRnkees lumped on start starter
er starter and loser George Brunet for
three runs in the first inning,
and a single tally In the second
to make thp score 4 to 0.
The three-run first was fea featured
tured featured by Tony Bartirome's two two-ba
ba two-ba ger and singles by Wilhelm
and Johnny Kropf.
The Beermen's first marker
rame in the fourth on singles
by Hector Lopez and pinkston
a walk to Leon Kellman and a
sacrifice fly by Reinaldo Gren Gren-ald.
ald. Gren-ald. The score was 4 to 2 in the
Rixth when Pepe Osorlo's dou double
ble double brought home Pinkston, who
had walked, from first.
Runs No. 5 and 6 for the
Yanks crossed the plate in the
seventh on a walk to Shantz,
a single by Wilhelm who later
stole second, an error by Kell Kellman
man Kellman and a forceout.
The final marker of the game,
which made the score 6 to 3,
came in the seventh on a walk
to Clarence Moore, a single by
Charles and Lopez's single.
Brunet. who gave up four of
the Yankee run in his short
one and one-third inning stint.
preceded a procession of three
other Beermen hurlers to the
mound. His record is now 2-2.
Carlos Thome took over in
the second, Stanlev Arthur in
thp fifth, and Winston Brown
worked the last three frames.
Wilhelm, for the winners, ana
Charles, were the battine stars
with three hits in five tries.
Lope, who received the
Panama Pro League's 1955-56
MVP plaque at home plate
just before the game started,
had two-for-flve. and Barti Barti-rome
rome Barti-rome garnered two hits In four
No game will be played today.
The Yanks and the KmoKers
meet tomorrow (ladies niehti at
7-30 at the Olympic Stadium.
Jim Ridge Cops
House Of Lords
Jim Ridgs, the current Pan Panama
ama Panama Golf club president, won
the Al Reynolds House of Lords Lords-kings
kings Lords-kings Ransom golf tournament
at the Panama Club this pust.
week-end when he defeated, Col.
Schull, the Panama Canal Coi Coi-Dany's
Dany's Coi-Dany's vice-president, in a 36 36-ho!
ho! 36-ho! match.
The two finalists were a'l even
after the first 18 holes and play played
ed played nin and tuck all the way to
the 35th, when Ridge sank- a
birdie to win it all by a narrow
E-snd l margin. Both Schul!
and Ridge played fine golf all
of the way and it was a hard
and well-earned victory.
In the first flieht final Al Alberto
berto Alberto (Negro) Arias continued
his fine play to down' Georere
Boyd 2 and l. As previously an announced
nounced announced wilma Ranks edged out
Kay Purdy in the Jadies flight
to take the title as champ ip
mis year s tournament.
Immediately following the
conclusion of the matches on
Saturday, tournament offiriial3,
Al Reynolds, jack Schor, and
Abbe .Sanger were hosts for a
presentation of prizes party.
Approximated 350 jniests were
present to see Reynolds sterling
silver prizes to Ridge, cham championship
pionship championship flight winner; Schull,
runner-up championship flight:
Arias, first flight winner; George
Boyd, runner-up; Wilma Banks,
ladies flight winner; Kay Qui-dy,
runner-up; Dr. Massot, medal medalist
ist medalist of the championship flight:
Boyd, first flight medalist; and
Lee Knuth, ladies flight medal
First Group Of Pro Golfers
Arrive At Tocumen Tonight
m .m w ... w
Intramural sports at Balboa !oJe along with teammates Cesar
:.r. ii r kl'
Ainajar cs&y wuinci
- e r..A
lip Deveoi ruiiuiiy ia
junior and Senior High Schools
are now centered around the
ping ponsr tables. Two leagues
are in full swing with the C
League boys scheduled to finish
up-the competition started be before
fore before Christmas vacation some
time this week. ;
In the A-B League, the igame
will go on until about the mid
dle of the month. A League wa
ter polo finished the season in
the final week of school, before
Christmas, with the Sallflsh so-
lng through the season witnput.
a defeat, in the last week oi
play they made it a perfect, sea--son
by defeating the Green
Wave 10 to 7. The Marlin edged
the Green Wave for second by
defeating them in the same wee
9 to 5.
On the ping pong courts the
action has been fast, Gene
Frauenheim and hits team of
Malcolm Wheeler, Gordon Bos Bos-well
well Bos-well and Ken Anderson are rid
ing along with a string of fine
consecutive wins. They only
need one more victory to cinch
at least a tie for the title. Prank
Aseron's team of Jorge de la
Guardia, Joe Salterlo, and Earl
Griggs have only dropped ona
game which places them tight
on the heels of front runnini?
Fraunheim's outfit. The rest of
the eight team league is pretty
well strung out behind these
two classy paddle swinging
Young Malcom Wheeler of
Frauenheim's team and Jorge de
la Guardia of Aseron's outfit are
the only two boys who haven't
met defeat yet. Both boys have
won 5 times and as the sched schedule
ule schedule now reads they won't meet
each other during the regular
season's Dlay, Pete Green, Al
Muller, Gene Frauenheim, Ken
Anderson, Willis Beardall. Frank
Aseroit, Joe Salterlo, and Fred
Huddleston are other members
of the c League teams who have j
only dropped one game during
Over in the A-B League Joe
Behar's team- is swinging along
with ft perfeet record to date.
Kiamco, Tomas Alexander and
Leonard Wong -have taken 4
straight games. ? George Ale-
man's is closest to Behar's gang
with a 3 and record. In addi addition
tion addition to Aleman the team has
such capable ping pong players
as MiKe Bettsak, juan veccnio veccnio-ne,
ne, veccnio-ne, and Ed conn. The situation
is just about the same here as
In the c League, for the rest of
the teams trail these two. The
big. difference here, however, is
that this league has more games
left, to play and an untimely
defeat could lose the title for
' Individually Cesar Kiamco is
the only player not to have lost
at least once. He has a record
of .5 wins with no losses,, while
Carlos Seise, Rolando Chanis.
Mike Bettsack, Juan Vecchione,
Ed Conn, Leroy Vaughan, J o
Behar. Leonard Wong, and Leon
Dobrowoiski have only a single
aeieat to mar tneir records.
A League Water Polo (Finals)
Team W t Pet.
Sailflsh 9 0 1.000
Marlin ..5 4 .558
Green Wave ....4 5 .444
Tiger Sharks 0 9 .000
AB-League Ping Pong
Behar ...4 0 1.000
Aleman 3 1 .750
Pearl 2 2 .500
Salas ;2 2 .500
Vaughaji 2 2 .500
Barr 1 3 .250
Dobrowoiski 1 3 .250
Norton, .v 1 3 .250
Illinois 5 Battles To Regain
Footing Against Iowa Tonight
ON HOOK Tommy Heiiuohm
of the Boston Celtics had no no-'trouble
'trouble no-'trouble scoring with this hook.
hotjSNew York's Ken Sears
:;umped to hlork it. but wai
heipless a c i n s t Heinsohn sj
straighl finiii thc-bonk form..
i'P 3mse Mainlerl's heftv Chilean stretch until given his head He
U liolt Alhalair was in good formjeasily overtook the oaeesetter,
?' veiierdav and raced to a reia-.forged to tne iront inen oreei oreei-tiivelv
tiivelv oreei-tiivelv easy two-and-one-half ed up the homestretch to score
'lenirtn victorv in the featured i full of run. Melendei finished
' IViTn frinncr snrlnt at second, two lengths ahead of
- rSr.JeiAor, ppmon race track 'Frlc which disaopolnted. Rosier.
""Leading jockey Alfredo vas-jthe other starter, was never
mjtz, who was as sharp as ever, factor.
I re the .winner an peccabe, w
wi'A(flr below the averaee win pay
. r22ffY2"VH rPni, a n d offs vesterdav. Money v-wr led
barely missed aboard DianMlcla
his only losing mount of the
. day.' His rides on Single Slipper
; and Fenix were masterpieces.
. Aifredo got Alhalar off to a
' ood start and chased Melendez.
vhlch broke on ton and set the
IJ arly pace, down the long back-
'th tnsott'rs with a S33.20
vldend in the second race.
1 Dr Bl'l Jill. 5 20.
2j?cha!!n $5 20
Jackie To Play
NEW YORK. Jan. 7 (TP)
i Jackie Robinson has announc announced
ed announced be is reflring from base base-kali
kali base-kali oat the New Tork Giant
kepe to persuade him to
change hit m nd.
In a copyright! article in
Look Magazine, Boblnson sa4
v-lii his words Im throagh
whh baseball becaase I know
that, in a matter of time,
basebaU will bo through wkh
Eob.MH. h broke the big
leagae "color fine" in 1947. re re-rmtly
rmtly re-rmtly w traded v Brook -la
to the Giants, presMeat
, Horace Steneham of the
Glantfl told the fnited Prm
fti hit words 1 U do er er-ri7tbinr
ri7tbinr er-ri7tbinr in nr power" rt
Jckr t Uy bau mLb the
1 Tlonev Maker 33 20.
2 Diapplicia $4 fiO.
First Double: $165
lGnarar. S40. 2 80
1 2 Flbn $17.o.
( One-Two: $17.80
1- Ik? $10. 6.0.
2 Solito $4.
Qnlnlela: SSI. 80
ipiateado Mfin, 3
'2 Albatross JO 20
1 cIdsIo "pper Stl-SO.
2 Dun $3 40
1 oavT-tto n. s.20.
Second Double: 141 St
;1 Resttelto H.20, 6 40
2 Fieltro !"
; lreBlx 7 40. J.
2 SUrwrrk T60.
i2 Uelsndet $3 20.
Tony cerda. the 1955 winner
of the Panama Open, arrived
! yesterday to start his practice
(rounds in preparation for the
1957 Open which will begin
I Thursday. The former Open
! winner came Into Tocumen from
I Argentina and had as his tray
Celling companion another out out-j
j out-j standing Argentine professional
'golfer. Fidel De Luca.
cerca and De uica piayea tne
Panama course Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon with President Ernesto de
j la Guardia. Jr.. Luis Chandeck
and Abel Maccaron. De Luck
shot an easy 69 his first time
out on the course, while Cerda
'had a Iwo-ander-par 70. De
I Luca hits a tremendous long
ball and will give George Bayer
some keen competition In this
(department. Ht It also quite a
I putter end already he baa local
golf enthustaec UbCin him as
one to be reckoned with in the
De Luca s record lnaluaea a
second place finish In the Ar
rentine Open. The 14-year-old
1 shot-maker also holds the title
j as champion of the Brazil O O-'pen.
'pen. O-'pen. .T
j Tickets for the golf clinic to
!be held Wednesday afternoon at
4:40 are tl each and will be a
jvallable at the entrance gate to
the Oolf dub. This entry price
la'so includes .the House of lord v
'Kings Ransom. National Distil
lers, and Cia. cyrnos sponsored
cocktail party to be held in the
clubhouse followine the vol' ex exhibition.
hibition. exhibition. Tournament play tick tickets
ets tickets will aim be told at the rate
with price tet at llio for
Thursday and Friday and S3 50
'or Paturdar ani Sand ay
Hatches. Season ticket may fcelHervard-Colambia Saturday
.Turcaiea iot n. - top aam
NEW YORK, Jan. 7 OJPl
Illinois, the nation' only high
ranked basketball team to
stumble at the start in the race
for conference championships,
will be battling to regain its
footing tonight when It tangles
with Iowa s defending Big Ten
The Illini, who were upset, 91 91-88,
88, 91-88, by Minnesota on Saturday
night on a brilliant perform performance
ance performance by Jed Dommeyer, thus
fell out of step with such cage
powers as Kansas, Kentucky and
Illinois, ranked sixth In the
nation by the United Fress board
of coaches, held sharpshooting
Dommeyer scoreless In the first
naif oi eaturaay s game ana
held a 47-43 halftime. But Dom Dommeyer
meyer Dommeyer broke loose with 20 points
in the second half. Offsetting 28
by George Bonsalle of Illinois
and rliching the game.
With an t-1 mark in Big
Ten play as a result of this
loss; Hi nois will be favored
to even its mark tonight when
it plays host to Iawa (4-4),
since the Hawkeyos aren't up
to their form of last year.
Kansas, the nation's No. 1
team, opened its quest for the
Big seven championship with a
92-79" victory over Missouri de de-SDite
SDite de-SDite what rivals would call a
bad night" by Wilt (The Stilt)
Chamberlain. The seven-foot
soph missed 12 of 17 shots and
wound up with "only" 23 points
for the night (plus ?2 rebounds)
but it was more man enougn.
to help Kansas boost Its overall
season record to 10-0.
Third-ranked Kentucky, which
missed winning the Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern conference title last season
for the second time In 13 years,
onened it new drive with a 9V
72 victory over Georgia Tech
for a 92 overall record, and v-enth-ranked
UCLA. Squeaked- to
69-68 victory over Idaho. A-
mong the other members of the
"Big Five," second-ranked North
Carolina was idle and fifth-
ranked Louisville, an independ independent,
ent, independent, romrjed to an 86-67 victory
over De Paol.aa Bill Darragb led
the way with 26 points.
Here's how the major confer
ence races look as this early
Big Ten Purdue. Ohio" St
Mtnesota, Northwestern and
Indiaan all 1-0 after opening
round Saturday night with sec,
ond round tonight
pacific Coast conference :
UCLA. California, and Wash
ington all 2-0 after weekend ae aeries.
ries. aeries. Each is scheduled for two
games next weekend.
Ivy League Harvard, a jump
ahead at 2-0, followed by Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia ond Prtne-ton at W.
Yankee Connecticut and
Maine each 1-0, with Connecti Connecticut
cut Connecticut the heavy title favorite.
Atlantic Coast North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina and Duke each 3-9, while
all others have at least .two
league losses. Each plays two
league games this week.
Southerns-Favored west Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia out front with 4-0. only
unbeaten league mark and does
not; meet a conference foe this
Southeastern Vanderbllt a
lump ahead with 2-0. followed
ny Auourn, Kentucky, and Ala
bama at 1-0. Vanderbilt, ranked
11th -nationally, faces Georela
lech in possioie toughie tonight.
Blar Seven Kansas and nkla-
noma each 1-0 and they collide
Christian, and Arkansas each
i-o. and S.M.U.-Texas Christian
meeting tomorrow night is
week'- big game.
Missouri vaney Oklahoma
A it M.. Wichita, and Tulsa each
1-0. but this week sees St. Louis.
highest-ranked team in loon, o-
pen league season with two
Skyline Utah St edired in
front with 2-0. followed hv ntia.
ham Young and Wyominsr at i-
0. Utah St. and Wyoming tangles
It will be golfers galore at the
Tocumen Airport aoout 10:30 p.
m. tonight when the first con contingent
tingent contingent of the leading profes professionals
sionals professionals of the United States ar
rive from Miami to take part In
the 1967 Panama Open at the
ranama Golf club oh Jan. ,10,
ii, 12 ana 13. Vf
This' group which will rspre
sent about half of those coming
here for the tournament, 1 wia
precede the balance of the group
by about 14 hours as the plaj.
ers coming- from Los Angeles
will set their test on the ground
The, nros comln down from
Los Angelea will have Just com completed
pleted completed their iinal rounds in the
Los Angeles ODen from where
they will- Tush to the airport to
mane tneir connection for these
shores. All In all there will be
approximately 14 U.S.. pros plus
a rjresentlv unknown number of
Latin American play for-pay
shot makers working t h e ir
games irjto shape ,and getting
the feel of the greens and fair fairways
ways fairways at the Panama course by
tomorrow afternoon. ,
This atar-studded field will
take part m the golf clinic and
exhlbltjpn scheduled for wed-(
nesday afternoon 4:30 wher
they will' show' the large gal-
lery expected how it should be
done. The following day Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Jan. 10 the President of
Panama, Ernesto de la Guardia,
Jr., will hit the opening hot
down No. l fairway, at 12:45 p.
m. and, the 1957 Open will be
Local golf fans ar reminded
that tickets for the Wednesday
afternoon clinic are available
ior si each ana include a cock
tail oartv snonsoxed hv t.h ni.
tlonal Distillers, cia. cyrnos and
rtouse or Loras. immediately
i onowmg me exniomon.
Tickets for the four dav of
i noie piay may be purchased
Individually priced at $1.50 each
forv Thursday and Friday en entrance
trance entrance and $2.50 for entry on
Saturday and Sunday, a bar.
gain aeai is offered in a season
ticket at $5 for all four days of
play. Military personnel may
get thV season ticket for $4.
Tickets are on sale at all ser service
vice service clubs, golf clubs and Bal Balboa
boa Balboa banks or may be purchased
at the gate.ons.the days of the
Editor: ;CONRAOO SARCEAN1
Cerveza Balboa ........ 8
Chesterfield. .. .. .. ... 8
Carta Vieja .. .. .. 7
TOMORROW'S GAME At Panama
Chesterfield (Robinson 2-2) vs. Carta Vieja
' ,' Game Time: 7:30 p.m. ,'
f YESTERDAY'S RESULT At Colon Stadium
. Carta Vieja 6, Cerveza Balboa 3.
Also-Ran Air Force 5
Places 2 Members On
JC Tourney Ajl-Stars
Wilhelm, ss .,
Phillips, If ..,
Jacobs, 2b .
Tuminelli, 3 b
By BILL BELL
The- big surprise n the 1956
Junior College invitational
Basketball Tournament all-star
team is the eye opening fact
that not a single member of
runner-up Navy made the team
while also-ran Air Force put
two members on the t e 1 1 e r
M I 27 fr-l
Rocky Mountain Idaho St.
and Montana St. deadlocked a t
Bette Ford Bests
! Bulls Despite
VN On Temple
MANILA. Jan. 7 UP) -American
bullfighter Bette Ford, un undaunted
daunted undaunted by a bloody rash t her
temple, bested two bulls before a
cheering crowd of 7,000 in the
arna here tod v.
The formec New York model
was knocked down but not eered
by the frst bull she met A flying
hoof drew blood from her left tem-
nle. hut she was not seriously In Injured.
jured. Injured. -Miss
Ford's first fizht war eon.
durtH mder POrtueuese raW
sud she did not kill that ball. Sh
'isoatc,'d her necond bt'1 of the
day with her sword, Spanish -fashioa.
Moore, ss .
Olenn, cf .
Lopei, 2b ...
P. Osorlo, lb
Kellman, c ,.
Brunet, p ...
Thorne, p . .
Atthurv p .
Brown, p ....
, Tnfai j m ah
......... a mm i
, Gordon nned out for Thorne
in m. : i
Brathwaite grounded out for
Arcnur in nth. -Score
by Innings N
C. Vieja ..310 000 BOO 6 8 0
c. Baiooa COO 101 100 3 8 2
Errors: Kellman. Moore, rrnrt
Wilhelm 2: Ja.rntu Vrnnf nr.
nald, p. Osorlo, Lope. Earned
rum: carta Vieja 4, Cerveza
oaiDoa 3. iwo base hits: Bartl
rome, p. Osorlo, Charles. Stolen
bases: Wilhelm. Bartlrome
Sacrifice hits: Grenald. Wild
piicn: Brunet. struck out by
Brunet l. Killeen 2. Thorne a.
Brown 2k Romberger 2. Base on
oaiia orr: Brunet 2, Killeen S,
Thorne l, Brown 2, .Ltft on
base: Cerveza Balboa lo. Carta
Vieja S. Pitchera' record: Brunet
4 runs, 4 niu in l 1-3 Innings;
Arthur 0 runs. 0 hit to 2 In
nings; Killeen 3 runs, J hits in
6 1-3 innings, winning pitcher:
Killeen S-1. Losing pitcher:
Brunet a-2. Umpires: Thorn Thornton,
ton, Thornton, 14 core, Williamson, Watson.
Time of, came: 2:53.
Champion UniSport placed
three men on the team.
The first five:
Most raluable player Tom
Tucker, Fernando Tom and
Noel Gibson ail of the cham championship
pionship championship club; and Emmett
Bryant and Howard White ef
the Air Force.
Tucker, who numped In 25
points Saturday night in pacing
UniSport to their 69-43 ho-hum
win over the Nayy, was easily
the outstanding player of the
three-day tournament. He scor scored
ed scored a total of 71 points in the
three UniSport victories,. 22 o o-penlng
penlng o-penlng night, 24 the next and
nnaiiy nis 23 in ui final game,
Gibson, a toughie on rebound
ing, and Tom, another rebound-
er and good ball handler,, were
easy selections. Gibson had a
SO-point night, then fell off to
11 ana 10 tallies, but his back.
board work made him a ntust,
Tom isn't much of a scorer, but
the tournament veteran Is plen plenty
ty plenty good at setting up points.
UniSport, which also won the
1953 JC event, never had too
much, difficulty with Nitv.
which had shot Its bolt with a
surprise afternoon win over, the
Air Force, 53-BZ.'
: They Jumped, off to. a 17-8
first quarter lead over the tir tired
ed tired Middies. Then they stretch stretched
ed stretched it gradually until at one
point they led, 58-41. Twelve
points usually separated them.
Until he fouled out. Mike Rock
had managed to keep gome re
bounds in wvy nana. He aiso
had scored a dosen ooitns. hleh
for Navy. When he left In the
early part of the fourth quar quarter,
ter, quarter, the Sailors had had K
..Tucker, an Army enlisted
man stationed at Fort Gulick,
get 12 ef hs pointi in the sec second
ond second quarter. By that time he
was hit on jump from t b
sides and en tip-Ins.,
.The game was fairly well well-piayed.
piayed. well-piayed. There were only 33 fouls.
In the afternoon Navy game,
marked by, Sailor poor sports sportsmanship,
manship, sportsmanship, there were 47 louls.
The crowd wasn't too large,
mainly because none of the
schoolboy teams were In action.
Thev Wtr all Irnitnlrari nf 4
first round play bV the more
experienced, taller service and
The box score:
1 3 ft
Mcrneraon, f ..... 4
ock, f .. 1
Johnson R.,"i : 1
Cofer, c .. 3
Johnson W, g ,...,'..0
Johnson Rg ...j.aI
Bueno, g ;i
Gibson, N f ...... 4
Dedeaux, f ,!o
Gibson.' B: r 1
iom. g ....3
Manning, K' 2
Score hv Muar'ftM-
Naw. ...... a jk
UnlSports ...17 17 12 -isbo
Women's Golf Elect
Hew Officers, Set
'lam for Hew Year
The newly-elected officers tor
the panaam Women's' Golf As Association
sociation Association for 15T are Katie Call
president; Bobby Hughes, vice vice-president:
president: vice-president: and Pat Waring.' sec
retary-treasurer." Beverly Dilfer
is tournament chairman, with
Alyce French co-chairman; and
Frances Twomey publicity chairman.
The playing year wMJ beeln
The Pacific Ltitle L e g g u e
afternoon at 4:30 at the Tittle
Highway f Udlum 01 Oalllard
-tnninat .win, b marked
DOie. lntrodur.tinn nf h.
to.; w vmium
the fans ami tb if..
lu tJU" Pld by
ail players. The big moment will
iZ 5n or rst bau
by the Oot. Potter.
The PaMflo 1 t 1-
the oldest on the Isthmus, and
19 comnosed of iv
i 1 5i champions). Lincoln Life.
?.:m,1,..r: fancies. Gibraltar
e..iar ni4 and Spur cola.
tJf amnion! will face the
teon Lincoln Lifers in' the o
penlng session, The chamoe, nn-
rf . management of
Jim -Rellly. will send Dough
Priester to the YnoimH .-w ...
Fetter behtod the piateT f
xA1?, "i manager;
wiui in. wuuf iWUfnimoni """nn uifeiae. .Will count pr,
Jan. 1. There win be a. chance Fenundei-behind the T plate.
NEW. YORK (UP) World fly
weight champion Pateaal Peret
liii' agreed to defend his title
against Memo Dies of Mexico a'
Bueaos Aires. Jan. 23, it as an announced
nounced announced Tharsdav bv C h a r I
JohMton wbo is negotiating the
TedeY Enconto J5 JO
i Double in Cinemascope!
James Mason 4n
"BIGGER THAN LIFT
Marilyn' Mcmrt ta
s ,.; .-bus iter .-:
Today IDEAL 3Q
Barbara Hale In
Broderick Crawford In
"New Tork Ceafldential'
learned by watching the big
Doys-w. acuon at xne ranama
The February tournament will
be neid at Brasos Brook on the
sixteenth. And In addition to
the regular monthly tourna
ment, tne team representinr
the different dubs of the as association
sociation association will Tj 1 a the Tint
round of the inter -dub match matches
es matches ;
' They play for custody of the
Mercurio Trophy which was won
last year by the Panama team.
Final plans ana regulations for
the tournament will be publiciz publicized
ed publicized at the Summit Hills meeting
on Jan. 19, so each club mutt
hare its team roster fair.? com complete
plete complete by that time.
I pwoa-s xim activity of the
year will ba the scoring and
marklrc for the Panama Open
Jan. 10-13. The schedules have
been planned and will he buo-
lished feeior th teaUk
' LEAVES IMPRINT
Chapel Hin, 7V; C. (NEA Len
aie Rosenbluth koid
Carolina school scoring Mronf
udodi&g the aJ-timo rim. hi.k
' ALL WAYS a
. vim vivwn.
SjTicuse! tep threat stain Tex Texas
as Texas Christiaa to the Dallas Cotton
Bowl, wsttis team's tap scorer,
ground gainer, second best piss re receiver
ceiver receiver and interceptor, fie threw
C9LDIN StmSMtNl f
Hsnandsle, Fla. (KA --Gulf,
strtinr Ftrk will distribute a to
U of $l,75fl.eog la purses.
,1 -fi ;
'.I1 I- I'
f AGE riYlf
MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1957
i ... i i i r i r
ll MOVIES' TV RADIO I
jLil by ErsHin Johnson- J"M Z 1,
' HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood On TV: Two movie stars
with a sense of humor about
themselves are .starring in a
pew comedy telefilm genes a a-bout
bout a-bout a couple of, daffy Holly:
i It's no secret that the stars,
faowaroY Duff and his wife Ida
Lupino,' are almost but-not-fcuite
i The show is uuea..' ir.viM"w
ifcnd Eve" but it very easily could
have been called "Mr, Duff and
fda." k jf--'-
K 'We're .being tongue-in-cheek
about ourselves and some as as-.pects
.pects as-.pects of Hollywood," Ida told me
at lunch with a ''You're so right,
honey", look from Howard.
; "And there's something lse
In the show that may revolu-r
tionize television, grinned How How-jurd.'We,
jurd.'We, How-jurd.'We, HATE our nelg'nbora.''
THE NEIGHBORS, played by
Frances Robinson and Dan To To-bin,
bin, To-bin, are nonprofessionals who
take a dim view of the things
that go on at the Adams home.
"You see, honey said ilda.:
We're NOT just like the people
next door. WeW movie stars
and we live and act it up like
the public tninks movie stars
' do. and wh, ch they sometimes
do. Why even my nlshtgrowns
are trimmed with diamonds,' All
icoby on bmpci
Written, for NEA Service
NORTH (D) 28
North East Sooth Weet
'14b Pass leV, '-PaS:-2
4b Pass 3 A "Pass
5 4k Pass 8 4k : Pass Pass-Pass
Pass Pass-Pass Pass
It if well known that Al Sobet,
the country's leading tournament
director, will direct the national
tournament in New Orleans next
week; What nr. ay not be so well
known' is that Sobel is a better
player than some of the con contestants.
testants. contestants. .
In today's hand, for example,
be capitalized on an opponents
mistake and thus brought home
a very difficult slam contract.
West opened the king of hearts,
and dummy won with the ace.
Sobel led a low spade from dum dummy
my dummy and finessed the queen from
his hnd, losing to the k i n g.
West was now so over-anxious to
defeat the contract that he tried
to cash the queen of hearts. This
gave declarer the chance, to make
Sobel ruffed the second heart,
led a club to dummy, and dis discarded
carded discarded his other club on the jack
of hearts., This discard was the
: South could now tuff the second
round of clubs, enter dummy with
the jack of spades and ruff an another
other another low club.. Sobel then drew
the rest of .the trumps and. got
back to dummy with the ace of
diamonds in order to run the rest
( the-clubs and discard all of his
Df my clothes are fabulous and
so are Howaru's. We not onty act
like movie stars, but we dress
ike tuem." 1
The goings-on in the Adams
household in the 12 shows al already
ready already on f lira indicate a wel wel-C3me
C3me wel-C3me relief for TV fans who
may ; be growing bored witn
some of the home screen domes domestic
tic domestic comedies.
Believe me, there's nothing
domestic about Adams and Eve.
Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh,
in one show, win Golden Appies
as the most cooperative actor
and actress of the year from
the Hollywood Women's Press
Club. Adams ,an Eve win Gol Golden
den Golden Lemons as the, most un uncooperative.
cooperative. uncooperative. They almost ruin
Ralph Edwards' "This Is Your
Life" TV show when Eve U the
' THEY GET INVOLVED With
buying race horse; keeping; ; up
with the Joneses, and dream
about poverty with Adams, at
the age of 70, turning down a
"I just can't take it," he ex explains,
plains, explains, "Eve and I always work
as a -team."
They kid the New York !'toru
shirt"? school of, acting when
their agent tries torsell them to
a Broadway director planning; a
movie titled, "Dinosaur on a Bi Bicycle."
They suffer over bad notices
and over the thoughts of aging
when they are asked to play
the parents of teen-agers. When
Adams gets Involved in a traf traffic
fic traffic accident and lands in jail,
Eve arranges for his food to be
catered by Romanoff's restaurant.
"It's mad, mad, mad,' says
"REAL MAD," says their
writer, Sol Saks, who .once guld
ea "My Favorite Husband" on
radio before it became TV's "I
"And I don't tnmk Hollywood
win complain," says Dun, "be
cause the show isn't- anti-Holly
wood. We're just laughing at
ourselves and things that hap
pen to most movie stars."
The show is a career switch
Duff helped Hollywood launch
it shard-hitting cycle of films
with starring roles in "Brute
Force" and "The Naked City
Ida ks been Hollywood's favor favor-its
its favor-its hatd-hitting. cycle of films
It's wonderful." she says, "to
be playinr comedv instead of
killing- my mother and then
tearing; myself to shreds.'
Adams and Eve are childless
in the series but Ida and How
ard's 4y2-y ear- old daughter,
Bridget, is in tne tv act, too,
The Duffs formed Bridget
productions to Droaucs the tele
film series, with financial back
ing rrom CBS, and the screen
trade-mark is a silhouette of
Bridget. "Like us," says Ida,
"she's a character, too."
I today ;s
T.I.IU. U PM.OT. '. -i m ':i
I f fH MA M. (. t .U t ;
: "Malcing much irt tfp?' : ; . i
Nehru Says U.S. Looking For Trouble
Prefers. Instead. Dollar-Aid to East
James Mason in
In TECHNICOLOR I
A FUNNIEST COMEDY!
June Allyson in
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CAMF BIERD : : "A KISS BEFORE DYING"
LAXMIBAINAGAR, India, Jap.
7 (UP) Premier Jawaharlal
Nehru said today he believes any
U.S. attempt to provide military
aid to the Middle East under the
Eisenhower doctrine "will lead to
Nehru told a convention or ms
Congress party that military
intervention in the Mideast by
anv nation would "cause con
flicts.' He welcomed the idea of
economic aid to backward nations
of the area, no mattet whether it
comes from the United Siates Or
Russia. '.; ,. .' -.
Although Nehru named no na nation
tion nation in his military comments,
aides said the speech was di
rected at President Eisenhower's
offer of military aid to any Mid Mid-eastern
eastern Mid-eastern victim of Red aggression.
Radio- Moscow said today the
doctrine represented a U.S. effort
to squeeez Britain and France out
of the Middle East.
Two natioLS directly, affected by
the plan expressed differing
views, Pro western Iran ex
pressed support for the plan, but
Soviet-supplied Syria called it an
"official U.S. declaration of told
war -in '4k ''Middle Eastf" "1
Iranian Foreign Minister All G.
Ardalan told a "press conference
that the Eisenhower off er would
promote peaceful development of
the Middle East.
Ardalan, who conferred earlier
in the day with Soviet Charge
d'Affaires Semen; T. Bararov,
said Russia also has offered tech technical
nical technical and economic .aid to Iran.
H refused to say whether the
offer wi'l 1 be accep ted.
Official sources in Syria said
the Eisenhower doctrine 1s an
' unacceptable invitation to Mid
dle Eastern nations
Nehru told the congress party
convention that the "so called
power vacuum" in the Mideast
should be filled by the nations of
the area "through their own in internal
ternal internal strength and unity."
"When a foreign power tries to
step into another country, it dis disturbs
turbs disturbs the peace of trat country
and creates conflicts," he said.
"It gives rise to tensions and a
race for power. .
- "Eventually, -we get to the stage
at which the powers try to solve
their problems by military action
or the threat of military action."
Train Rams Other,
Kills One, 15 Hurl
WELWYN GARDEN CITY,
England, Jan. 7 (UP) A speed speeding
ing speeding express train from Scotland
crashed Into the rear end of a
stationary commuter train dur
ing the morning rush hour to today,
day, today, killing at least on person
and Injuring 24 other.
The body of the dead man'was
found in the wreckage of the
commutter train. Three coaches
of, the comutter train were
smashed when hit by the speed'
lng express, the Aberddnian,
and three others were derailed.
Police said al of the Injured
came from the three rear
coaches of the commuter train.
Fifteen were injured seriously.
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ABERNATHY HOLDS 3
' CharUe Abernathy's bowlers
'continued on their winning
on tne iirsi nau
Business women's League. They
downed the 4th place Mountain
Sew Team to hold their 3-Potat
.wpw ....n., pnv with
mi and Marge Rodgers with
483, the Sportsmen took two
points while losing only o n e.
Millie Kelly and Marge Lund lea
th Dews with 453 and 449.
Boyd Brothers' insuracemen
held on to second dace, but had
trouble doin so. They took two
from No Mi Diga Lounge. There
waTonly a 7 pin difference in
Sfall a7t the ePnd of the match
Maxine Johnson was high lor
the policy pushers, while Thel Thel-ma
ma Thel-ma camby led the Loungers.
fhe Smokers of Panama Ciga Cigarettes
rettes Cigarettes downed the faltering
Chevrolet-Bulck team by a good
margin in the 1st and Jast .game
but lost the second by eleven
points. Del Peters-hit her stride
Main and came uo with B for
high series, which Included
?aU of m 164 and 188. Helen
Bell was men iur wic
men with 434.
.v. nai motr-Vi of the eve-
nlnir the pan American Airways
rryen pushed the last place
Salon Aiex iem
the cellar by taking two games.
tlX 1 J AW A T. 1 l(A0
Myrtle AlPriiion ito rl'
tii. in .nrf Fm Rtlnsnn was
wuu Wl ,,1,
high for the beauticians with
t Team Standing's
Abernathy SO 15
dw a nmtnir ii lo
Panama Cigarettes ....24 21
MounUln Dew 23
NO Ml Diga Lounge ..22 23
Cbeyrolet-Buick 20 25
pan Amer. Airways .... 19 26
Salon Alex 30
Poland Plans To Ask
led China For Aid
vibiv Pnlanil Jan. 7 (UP)
! -D.i.i niini in ask Communist
China for the economic aid it has
seen unable to get from we umu-a
tates, informed sources said to to-lay.
lay. to-lay. Pniuh nffiriils said a Red Chi-
b trade mission will arrive here
ater today for talks on an aid a a-iretantfl.
iretantfl. a-iretantfl. Informed sources said the gov gov-rnment
rnment gov-rnment of Premier Josef Cyran
Kiewicx decided to ask for large
eale Chinese aid after it became
apparent the United States was net
billing to give u.
( KM Chinese Premier Cbou En-
who arrives here Friday from
: eow,' win make the final deci-
iob, uc sources said.
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tor. rafrigari-tor. Both 60 cyclai. Phono Coro Coro-zal
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hogany mahogany axteniion table, 2 leavai
$15. Homo 72 1 -A, El Prado,
FOR SALE: Gat ttoya, Cold Cold-spot
spot Cold-spot air conditioner, excellent
condition. Phone 6-580 or 2 2-1859,
1859, 2-1859, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE: Modern living room
let, red .and ivory color, brand
new bargain; Gothic furniture,
lamps, imall table, wall pictures.
Phone 3-5974. Gerarde Ortega
Street No. 9, Apt. 4, Campo
FOR SALE: New custom made
3 -piece blond mahogany living
room sat. Call 84-3140.
New Anti-Filibuster Right Looms,
But Doesn't Appear to Change Rule
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UP)
Foes of Senate filibusters, de
feated in their first attempt to
change Senate rules, today pre prepared
pared prepared a counter-attack against
proponents of unlimited debate"-""
it was understood that ARe new
move will come late this week or
early next. Details have yet to
be worked out.
The Senate anti-filibuster bloc,
led by Sen. Clinton P. Anderson,
moved last week to open up all
Senate rules for revision. The
specific target was rule 22, which
governs Senate debate.
Requires 4 Votes
Under the rule, a vote of 64
senators two thirds majority
is required to halt Senate
Southerners have used this rule
in the past to talk to death civil
The Senate on Friday killed the
first attempt this session to
change the rule by a vote of 55 to
38. Those who favor unlimited
debate argued that the Senate is
a continuing body whose rules
pass from one Senate to another.
MemDers w tne anu-uuousier
bloc were heartened by their show
of strength. But it was expected
that they would refrain from
pressing their drive until the next
Senate convenes in 1959.
Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn),
who voted last Friday with the
Another 'Bomber' Goose Chase
Sends N.Y. Cops To Penn Sta.
NEW YORK, Jan. 7 (UP)-TheLan who started 1 It H, "the md
moth hnmh scare in the nation'
hiesest city in 14 aays aeni
ZTon Jm goose chase through
biggest city in 14 days sent po
Pennsylvania Station yesteraay.
Other police combed Fordham
University and Brooklyn's huge
Hotel St. George on phoney bomb
tips. A dud bomb was found in a
street corner trash basket on Stat
A souad of 24 detectives stepped
up their two year search for the
Fullmer Holds Out
For June Defense
Instead Of April
mttw vnntr jn. 7 ("rrp
vrtriHIw1rhr. rhumnlon O e ne
Fullmer, flying home to UtahJ
today, still held out for a June
title defense aealnst Sugar Ray
Robinson, Instead of one in
March of April.
The new tltleholder was scnea scnea-uled
uled scnea-uled for a press reception late
Win v at TVnver Colo, and a
civic reception in Salt Lake City,
Utah, about 10 mues irom n
home at West Jordan.
Mnr Mr jansnn ac
companying Gene on the flight.
saia, "we u keep our o-aay return-bout
contract with Robin Robinson
son Robinson by letting Robinson sign
within the 90 days for a June
shot at the title in Yankee Sta Stadium."
dium." Stadium." Tha nritrrt m.llln for a de
fense within 90 days, was signed
oeiore ruumer won me crown
from Sugar Ray last Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Promoter Jim Korria now In
Miami, Fla plana to phone Jen-
son and ruumer at west joroan
latM- thia wmIt and trr to ar
range an April fight with Rob
Bivumwasi, Bcouano, Jan. 7
CUP) A Scottish government
rraiaer auw ior nrmiiin fl.hm.
I waters ran aground in heavy seas while stale Uc events were m pro pro-War
War pro-War here today, killing five of gress.
ithe 20 men aboard. The Storno-I la all these cases, there either
way Lueboat picked up u saea,
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brook Al-brook 5148.
FOR SALE: 1940 Pontiac
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Phono Balboa 1630 Mon. to Fri.
after 4:30 p.m.
WANTED: Maid, young girl,
neat and clean, general house house-dork,
dork, house-dork, laundry, help with one
child. References. "F" Street, El
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ma Panama 3-4383 after 4 p.m.
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anti-filibusteD bloc, said today,
for example, that it is "unlikely"
that there will be any change in
Senate rules this session. He said
last Week's vote was the test'on
The group, however, was en
couraged to make a second at
tempt this session by the ruling
of Vice President Richard M.
Nixon that each Senate has the
right to draft its own rules. This
ran counter to the argument that
the Senate Is a continuing body.
It was considered possible that
the new anti-filibuster move may
take the form of a motion to have
Nixon declare unconstitutional,
i i i : .1 o
ana noi Dinning oa uie oeuic,
the third section of rule ZZ.
Under that section, cloture may
never be imposed on debate over
a TtroDosed change- in Senate
rules. That section, aloitg with the
other provisions of rule 222, was
adopted by the Senate in 1949.
Anderson and other members of
the bloc contended that under
Nixon's ruling, this section does
not apply because a majority of
the 1949 senate cannoi legacy
prevent a majority of the 1957
Senate from adopting new rules.
Anderson told newsmen that -he
understands "something is being
drafted" for a new attack on the
filibuster rules. But he declined
to elaborate and said that he is
not the leader of uie new move
ic man wuu vk
s bomber of Manhattan." The bomb
er act. uu " -
wide rash of bomb scare, by
er set off what became
York Public Library r s
Eve and another in the rara
m,nt theater Dec. 28.
ci.... then h haa been lying
i In suburban White
Plains, N. Y., where police worked
through the weeaena cnrcnui u
to registrations and other docu
mmd in their aearcn ior nauu
writing such as that found on 22
messages, aU signea r.r.,
which police have received from
h. mi bomber in the 16 years
VJ ... mm
he has been setting bombs.
More than 40 persons nave own
arrested here and in other cities
n h- hnmh arara wave, but the
mad bomber still went free. Of
the 32 bombs he has planted, 22
have exploded, tojurink 15 per persons.
sons. persons. No one has been hurt "-
In the two weeas since uie raau
bomber olanted one of hia crude-
iu mm, watar nine and sun-
l'f ... "... A.,- I
powder bombs in a uorary veie-i
nhnna hontn rvrmo i r area oits
emptied schools in Nbw. York,
Connecticut, New Jersey. Massa
chusetts, Missouri, Florida ana
Air Liners Grouodeol
Alrnlanaa have been (rounded
in Kansas City, Mo and Kansas
towns and in Connecticut for
aarrhac for non-existent bombs.
Subway, bus and railroad service
has been disrupted. Ran depots in
Kansas City, St Paul, Minn., and
New York have been threatened.
Theaters and hotels have been
menaced and even a moving van
Nw York notice have made two
searches of the 102-story Empire
State) Building, me worsa ; uuesi
skyscTs.peT They bare combed
Macy's and Gimbel's department
stores, searched the. bugt Boxy
theater twice and made a seat-
try-seat check of Radio City Mu
sic Hall in Rockefeller Center.
They have prowled through lob lobbies
bies lobbies and corridors of the Waldorf Waldorf-Astoria
Astoria Waldorf-Astoria hotel and the Sherry Neta-
mrtmmJI fWl M tNfk WHl THT
churches and even Yankee SUd
in and Madison Sauare. sard en
(have been m bomba or duds, 1
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FOR SALE: Thoro u g h b r d
Cocker Spaniel pups. Phone 3-
FOR SALE: Why taka another
cold shower? Buy a "TROPIK "TROPIK-SHOWER,
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shower only. Full oriee $27.50
completely installed. 7 days free
trial. One year guarantee. Call
FOR RENT: Spacieus commer commercial
cial commercial space en corner Francisco do
la Ossa Ava. and Mariano Aro Aro-semena
semena Aro-semena (Auto Row), whero Cia.
Seguros Max Sfempcl is located.
From 1 5th of January.' Telephone
3 0749 or 2 3056, "Jeyeria
FOR SALE: 30-gallon gas wa water
ter water heater, like new, $40 under
cost. Panama 3-6871.
Spirit Level Line
Members of the Bolivia proj project
ect project of the IT.S. Armv Tnter-A-
meriran DAflrlpt.io Survav CTAnS
with headquarters at Fort Clay
ton, canai zone, recently com completed
pleted completed what Is believed to be
the world's highest first order
Engineers of IAGS stationed
in La Paz, Bolivia, surveyed: a
line beginning at La Paz and
ending on the snow-covered
peak at Mt. Chacaltaya at an
elevation of 17,536 feet
Workina- with the IAGS oer-
sonnel were Bolivian engineers
of the Institute Oeografico Ml Ml-litar,
litar, Ml-litar, the national mapping a a-gency
gency a-gency which cooprates with
IAGS In the collaborative map mapping1
ping1 mapping1 program.
Only two weeks were requir required
ed required to establish the first order
line from La Paz to Chacaltaya,
a distance of approximately 25
Engineers said the second
week proved to be the toughest
as the last 2000 feet of leveling
had to be performed on a 42
per cent mountain slope.
Two members of the surveying
team were overcome by" "soro "soroche,'
che,' "soroche,' a mountain sickness caus caused
ed caused by too little oxygen in the
air. They were evacuated to La
Paz. Other team members con
tinued the task despite feeling
symptoms of the sickness.
Leveling work was performed
bv It Victor Varea of the Boli
vian instituto Oeografico Mlli Mlli-tar
tar Mlli-tar and supervised by Leroy W.
Lathrop, IAGS engineer of Nor Norwich,
wich, Norwich, conn., and Maj. William
A, Slnko, project -of flcer-in-
cnarge, Cleveland, Ohio.
aiarnnal nnrlnirar a raflrad r
C. employe, died yesterday eve evening.
ning. evening. He was born 69 years ago In
the Parish of St. Lucie, Barba Barbados,
dos, Barbados, and migrated here In the
construction days. He was a
member of the Panama Capital
Society and the United Health
and Burial Scheme of Panama.
Funeral services will be con
ducted at the Revival Mission;
at West 8th Street, Cthorrillo,
followed with interment at the
Herrera Cemetery at 4 p.m. to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. C Walcott Springer; his
sons Mitchell and Wesley Sprin Springer
ger Springer (of Brooklyn, N.Y.); Mrs.
Olga King. Mrs.- Carmen White:
Mrs. Emernelze Within g ton and
Albertlna (of New York); 20
grandchildren and four great
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room, porch, kitchen, terrace,
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Over (00 Attend
4-Day Watch Tower
Assembly In Colon
Archie V Raper, 'principal
speaker fot the Watch Tower
Society, yesterday., told -mo r e
than- 800, persona that' perma permanent
nent permanent peace will come in buf day.
Raper's address was the prin principal
cipal principal event of the final session
of the four-day convention held
in the Tropical club in colon.
"Today the hot question un under
der under debate is: "Can mankind
establish a permanent peace?
Why have all of man's efforts
failed, In spite of his desire for
peace and happiness? Is there
no key to this mystery to un unlock
lock unlock for us the reason for man's
failure?" Raper asked.
There is Just one source of
information that explains the
matter and that source Is the
Bible. It is this very same book
that also elves us the basis for
the statement that nermanent
peace will- come in tnis genera
uon." ne aeciarea.
The society's travelling repre representative,
sentative, representative, Walter R. OifkB,
speaking on the subject, "Never
Compromising Christian -principles,
said. "We are neutral in
this world. 'We can never com compromise
promise compromise with this world or any
part of It. We cannot ba-lncon-slstent
in our belief, our way of
worsnip." By way or example
he showed how Jehov's wit
nesses in Poland and the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic refused to com compromise
promise compromise their christian prin
ciples. He added, "Above all,
one must consider what God
says and thinks."
Rumored (o Be
MA HE. Sevehelle Islands. Jan.
7 (UP) Reports' that exiled
Cypriot leader Archbishop Ma Ma-kariog
kariog Ma-kariog will be flown to Malta
for a conference on the future
of Cyprus were not confirmed
Greek Cypriot representatives
brought here to discuss the pro proposed
posed proposed British constitution for
Cvnrus with the Greek Orthodox
churchman were scheduled to
sail for Bombay next Sunday.
But the ship's agents said there
would not be any political pris prisoner
oner prisoner aboard the ship.
The Cypriot representatives
refused to comment on the re report.
port. report. Costa Rica Orders
PeAA To Suspend
SAN JOSE. C.R- Jan. t (UP-
Costa Rica's Civil Aviation Board
said Yesterday it has ordered
Paa American World Airways to
suspend its weekly Miami San
Jose passenger service. The board
said the airline had been operat
ing without proper authorization.
The board complained that Pan Pan-Am.
Am. Pan-Am. which has been carrying pas passengers
sengers passengers to and from here for a
ment permit, never obtained fhe
board's authorization of the serv service.
ice. service. i
Suspension of the pastenrer
eights will not affect the airline
regular cargo schedule of three
flights a .week to various pouts
in Costa Rica. t
J. re. 4 la torn Ava. Na. U
- FOTQ DOMY r
Jnta Anaenana Ava. aa4 n St
U Stnat Ma U
Gramlieh's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phono Gamboa
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house, pate mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hrs.
phone Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Gold wrist watch and 8 8-day
day 8-day travel dock, New Year's Day.
Reward,? no questions asked.
Phono Panama 2-0976 aftor 5.
LOST: Wallet with personal
documents of Victor de Souxa.
Reward. "Lavanderia America Americana,"
na," Americana," Phono 2-0398.
To be Investigated
Following, Srcash up
TULSA, Okla., Jan. 7 (UP)
A.. 4.1 !A1 a .. ...
u murines ioaay investigated the
seattprpr) wrooVaaa n a
can Airlines plane in which one
person was killed and nine were
injured when it crashed during a
routine landing approach.
Injured fatally in the wreck of
me twin-engine Convair yesterday
was Mrs. Nellie Tohlor m T,,ic
The injured, taken to Hillcr'est and
as. jonn s hospitals here, were re
ported in "fair" condition.
The plane, carrying a crew, of
three and seven passengers, crash crashed
ed crashed in a farm pasture while in visual
"bc ui me airporx. was learn learned
ed learned Cfinc Waclou Mim 00 m..,-
the pilot, was preparing to make
fitl nCfrllilTlAHf 1 II A A
""-"uv lanmng at me ume.
BUDAPEST. Jan 7 YTTPt.
day declared an old-style Com Communist
munist Communist "dirtatnrahln nt ih n.r.
- w UlD UiC-
tarlat" that crushed the last hope
pamuis ior poutical freedom
Russian tanka mnvaii 1
ition outside the secret police
headquarters prime rebel -target
durlnv? thn fipt. 99 iinrlslnit
, ... :'""'
0ck up wnn torce tne govern government
ment government declaration which denied
every rebel rlemanH anrl thraot.
ened "severest" .nanaltia 4nr
mose wno resist.
The 10,000-word policy state statement
ment statement accused exiled Premier
lmre Nagy of "treason"
The document was drawn up at
a tnree-aay meeting here between
Soviet party chief Nikita S.
KJirushchev, Deputy Soviet Pre
mier ueorgl Malenkov and the
party bosses of Hungary, Roman
la, Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria
independence-minded Poland and
Yugoslavia were not represented.
The declaration hammered
home two major points:
A dictatorship of the proletar
iat has been established in which
the right of freedom is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed only to those workers,, peas peasants
ants peasants and intellectuals who are
fajthful to the regime.''
"Enemies of the regime must
' Each demand of the rebels as
drawn up by their revolutionary
councils in tne eariy days ot tne
revolt was rejected or ignored.
The rebels demanded the return
of Nagy .from exile 4r Romania
and his restoration as premier,
withdrawal of Russian forces
from Hungary, -free elections, a
multi-party system and Hungar Hungarian
ian Hungarian cold war neutrality.
Tha government replied that
Nagy and his regime were gouty
First 967 Jewish ;
In Haples, Ilaly
Kivrvt Ttalv. Jan. T fTJPl
An Egyptiaa ship brought 967
refugee jews w ; jr-
tn,-- tha" vanmanl of ao
lettimated 40,000 staSelew Jewi
who may be deponea uy tgypui
President Gamal Abdel Nasser.
ant. A as ttSaa rmfii9m llata
UUijT W v -
i rkiav-bundred and four
of them .-ere children.
They embarked at Alexandria
Jan. 2 aboard tha S.S. Mtsr, ehar-
)aiI li aamr tharfl bv the latCT-
national Befoge Commission.
Jewish cbanUDie vrgatuxauani
liava arranvad tamDOrarv Irvine
quarters and will help the refn-
feet re-emtgrate. Many ot uto
will st U Xfraoi.
Proreiarian Dictatorship Declared
I III F Irlllll I
. FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Parqua Lafevra I Stnat
FARMACIA ."SASTC 1
Vta Porrn m ,
:m VU EcpaAa Ava.
WANTED: SALESMEN, bi-lin-gual,
experience preferred but
not necessary. Apply between 9
a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at Moder Moder-na,
na, Moder-na, 96 Kodak Patio.
Second Organizational Meeting Set
By CZ Chapter Of Accountants Assn.
The second organizational meet-
illC Of tha. Canal Znna nhantor nf
hie Federal Government Account-
auus Associauon nas Deen set for
Thursday evening Tha nrniricinnol
president has announced that the
uicciuig win De neio at tne xivoli
Guest HOUSA hallrnnm at B
All accountants employed by the
tj.o. sovernment on cue isthmus
veiwier in me Lanai zone or the
Republic of Panama) are invited
The steering committee, elected
at a previous meeting, will present
the Chanter's charter fnr iMinn
Upon adoption, the' charter will be
uausmiiiea to tne association he
Quartern in Wsshinntnn r r t
approval. Forwarded with the
cuaer wiu De tne applications of
those desiring to join as charter
members, together with statements
from local accountants who are
alreadv mpmhoro nr
federal Government Accountancs
AH accountants who believe they
Qualify for axti
- . w aoauuabc
membership with the association,
and are desirous of becoming chart-
ci mciiiuers 01 me new chapr
are encouraged to contact Richard
R. Saul, provisional secretary for
the new chapter, for applications.
His address is nnst nffia knv ic
Balboa, or care of Army Finance
uu Accounwng. Drawer 33, Fort
Clayton. ApplicaU6ns will also he
avouiapie at me meeting on Jan. 10
Of Hungarian Crushed
of j "treason." Previously, Nagy
had only been called "weak."
It said tha Qrt..iAf
Hungary "defends in the present
jnujuun me Hungarian
pfPpl? 8ai"St possible military
attack bir Imperialists." Nowhere
was withdrawal mentioned.
NeutfWirr-taas rejected with
the statementXthat Hungary be believes
lieves believes there can be peace only
throuch "a rlurahla A tr mn n i ft t i n n
with the Soviet Union and the
Free elections were not men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. .,
The government promised only
io start negotiations with non non-Communist
Communist non-Communist party representatives
for DOSSlblA inpftisinn in I ha iinv.
eminent if they are ready to
iigm against counter revolu revolution."
tion." revolution." It insisted that tha "laariinir
force of the nation is he party
of the workers, the Hungarian
Socialist Workers (Communist)
The Kadar regime declared a
short-tarm aronnmia nrnoram
that will temporarily shut down
lactones idiea Dy tne current coai
shortage and abolish capital in investments.
vestments. investments. "We must face unemnlovment."
the 'statement said.
The government said It would
rant fnraim loan. inrlnHinff
loans from wester, nations "pro
vided that no political strings are
of what little popularity It has
Wltn ns eaicv onerea some easing
TRAPEZE," tbe naKi-mtlUoa CtaetnaScope color film
met 'ararnrt the barkgrvaad of errelUnr cirrws life, emackj
f aalhrntkitr, oixl for ged rron. Tbe Herht-Lanetr
vrodoKioa whk-b OPENS ON JAM.ART Pth AT THE CEN CENTRAL
TRAL CENTRAL thrwagii Cnitrd Artirts wag filmed n locatioai in
Paris at tbe famous Ctrvoe 4 Hiver, aUrrlng Bart Lancater,
Gins LolWbrirKla and Tony Cartia.
MmmiV f ANfTARTr?.' 1951 i
FOR RENT Chalet, residential
sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water,
fenced. 7th Street Goff Heights.
Phone 2-2407 or 3-3641.
tive membership is six years of
j-AUAvuuwiini av,Lvuuuiig eApciaCtlVU
With the federal government invo-v-
including the fields of accounting,
flllHiflntf anil hlulrt.4i.. V, -11
..vjib, mm. uuMgcuuj, n CUUCgQ
degree wilh a major in accounting
or a certificate as CPA may be
substituted for not more than two
years of the. required experience.
. Associate membership is avail available
able available for those whd do not possess
the full qualifies tions for active
membership from the standpoint of
experience or position as there
is. a requirement for onlyf three
years experience. k ; :
Associate members are not en entitled
titled entitled to voie on questions before
the national Association but are
entitled to vote on all questions
within the jurisdiction of tne Can Canal
al Canal Zone chapter.
Each applicant for membership
must meet the requirements of the
Federal Government Accountants
Association. Further informaiion
may be obtained from Saul.
It is planned that, shortly after
the meeting, the formal applica application
tion application for charter will be available
at the meeting, and it will be pos possible
sible possible to apply for charter member-,
ship by submitting an application'
at that time.
It is expected that some 200 ac accountants
countants accountants on the Isthmus would be
eligible for membership, and all
" mvi"cu w anena tne- meeting.
of restrictions. It promised higher
wages, a system of holidays and
no return to outright Stalinism.
It held that church-state rela relations
tions relations will- be conducted on a level
wherehv tha data
-- v f, uui aiitqca
freedom of religion and accepts
the fact that religion is a private
Those who oppose the govern government
ment government can eXDect onlv "tha cavar.
"Workers, peasants and. those
intellectuals faithful to the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian nannle ara antltlaH tn t.lr.
part in democracy and liberty,"
11 aaia. ; -
"Counter revolutionaries, Im Im-Deriallst
Deriallst Im-Deriallst asents. an thosa asainst
the legal order Of the Hungarian
peupiea repuDuc nave no rigni to
liberty even if they hide their
nnlitipal antivtttas unHar Hamn.
Ishibashi May Go
To US In May
TOKYO, Jan. 7 (TJP) A cabi
net spokesman kald today newly
elected Prime Minister Tanzan
Ishibashi may go to the United
States in May seeklnp- closer
relations with that country.
Chief cabinet secretary Hiro-
hlde Isnlda told a press confer
ence that the prime Minuter
had not definitely decided on
going; to the U.S. "But that if he
does, it will be in May."
MONDAY, JANUARY T, 1957
THE STORY OF MARTHA WAX NX
t rAr a 5WTFTUOUS aANCE AT THE QUIET FlSURE V J
THERE IN THE SUNLIT PU5TY 5TREET. THEN, WITH A rf
MTS. MAFTHA VW.VWF
( l CKYfVED A DTSPOKOrMT NOTE FEOU A C!PL I KNEW AT COLLEGE, r
XM RJDM CEWTRVUE.
nr Bcuk-uicp T niT ANrtTHPI? NOTCH IN y STILL
SCttS I EXPLODED LACTiL;
Hck HUSBAND HO SHE LW I ww e v wwc nc. c. nc
6NXXm SIX SUN
JUCT OUT OF THOSE1 WIGHTS.
WONT; TONISHT I found the Amrrtfrvr valan
TvUK NAMC V-
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fFyFFE. MAHf YOU 5CRATCHeP.IT
CIK AS50KTEP MEWLS IN PLAIN
WRAPPER, WILL ARRIVE IN THE MPRNING
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Sohot the Works
fly, AL TERMERS
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DAY I'LL Be A F-AMOUS,
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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
By MERROUL BL088EB'
I 5EE VA KEN .V
CHPICTMAS 5M0PPIN', J
-V PETUNIA! iS
HANP WH ONE tf 7,
DAILY FORTUNE FINDER
Te Mni your "FwtuM" (or today from the ttert, writ in the tetter
I .k.- -- A tlu KMrU M KA itfMa
logleel parted is which you were bent. You will rind it fun.
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Swank Cotton Club Night Spot
MIAMI BEACT. Jan. 7 (ITP)--our.
masked and armed ban ban-5ltT
5ltT ban-5ltT robbed the Cotton
cinh nlaht elub of about $40,000
gubmTrHto ahortry after clos closing
ing closing hours, poUce reported. J
- dub manasrer George Weinger
And Jerry Hirsch, the stage
Msjiat-ertold police they were
aStVd aithey re-entered the
ilub at T am after going out
Weinrr said the loot eon eon-tained
tained eon-tained 4be entire ee1knJ";
eeipts for the elnb P'n
Sie being held to the safe
fir entexta&ier Cab CaUoway.
wrs'ch said he and Weinger
wesnWriied by two masked
unnien as they walked across
the night dub lobby.
Both bandits eoyered th e 1 r
heads and faces completely wig
white cloth masks and both
were white cotton work glores,
he said, -v : ,.
y- Kn farced
Weinger to open the safe and
Blow Up Main RR
Track To Israel
JERrSALEli. Iwseli Sector.
Jn T LT) Arsb commandos
' blew tip a naia rsflrosd track
J leediag'lnt the Israeli sector, of
Jemlem, the snay' said todsy.
A spokesmsa said tha JWer
The riU hne runs close to the
Tfcere were estuslties but a
freight train route to Jerusa
ii vi tun men. corering
up the faces of both with bank
Hirscn aiu. uie r--
head on a desk ana kmo. me
to move. I stayed ra wmj"1
.1.. v.wiirhnii(. the whole tnine.
Tnen, wnen uif wc i.,
they told us noy "JU,C
ie mimit as
"I was able to move my hand
untied and then he untied me
nllsH ti nrtlire.
Tne wnoie ining cuuwu
have taken more than 12 to 15
minutes at tne mosi.
Hirsrh aald there were ap ap-parentlv
parentlv ap-parentlv four men involved In
the robbery. He said the two
men who showed themselves
f reqoentfy called two other
men by name in an adjacent
. tTrvi t.furlhMl on of the
bandits as being about five feet,
. . a TT.
six incnes uui, ana iwj.
(aid the other was taller and
younger and wore blue denim
trousers ana nig ruooer um
To Be Renewed
For Poles, Czchs
Tnxrvn jn 1 (ITP Js.nan
will take steps this month to
restore diplomatic relations with
onianf and ochoslovakia In a
follow-up to the resumption of
relations vim eow xiui
last month, Eyodo news agency
said today. ;
The agency quoted "foreign
office sources" as saying Ulks
would start first with Poland
and Csechostovakta among the
eastern European nations "in
view of the more stabilized pol
itical conditions in tara cwiu-trles.
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vvvinwi iiiMPlii AMI?
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By EDGAR MARTIN
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JAN" 9. 195
Jean Spencer Catches Four
INDEPENDENT ggpT HgDA)LY NEWSPAPER
Seri Boats Dou b I e St ri ke
t Jar1" 1
fc-f V S I
POSSIBLE WORLD'S RECORD
Bert Harborn is shown with
his 70 lb. amber jack, which he
caught on 3 thread (10-lb. test)
line after a battle lasting; four
and a half hours. Harborn, who
is here from Miami .Florida was
fishing on Don Spencer's boat
(Photo by Sam Moody)
'Tight Money' Laws
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 (UP)
A Congressional housing expert
charges that-it soon may be im impossible
possible impossible for the average Ameri American
can American to finance purchase of a new
home because of the government's
"tight money policy.
Rep. Albert Rains accused the
Federal Reserve uoara oi jeuparu jeuparu-lzing
lzing jeuparu-lzing "the government's entire
tinneiner urnsHm" bv Dermitting
.commercial banks to pay as much
as three per cent interest on sav savings
ings savings accounts.
Hj alo said the GI housing pro pro-trim
trim pro-trim was "torpedoed" when the
administration raised interest rat rat-ctvon
ctvon rat-ctvon FHA-insured loans to five
Rains said in a statement yester yesterday
day yesterday that Congress must move
quickly to prevent danger of a
"drastic" decline in home-building.
Unless it does, he said, it soon
may be impossible for the average
person to finance a home.
US Army Bans
FRANKFURT, Germany, Jan. 7
(UP) The U. S. Army today in
effect banned the movie "Baby
Doll" from its theaters in Europe.
G i t who want to see the movie
will have to go to public theaters.
Army officials said the movie
which has been banned by the
Roman Catholic Legion of Decen Decency
cy Decency and attacked by Francis Car Cardinal
dinal Cardinal Spellman of New York, is
not on the list of films scheduled
for showing in G.L theaters.
The officials said there is no
censorship involved. They said all
movies selected for screenings in
military theaters are selected by
a joint services commission in
Washington. The commission goes
along with the approval or disap disapproval
proval disapproval of such groups as the
Legion of Decency and the self self-censorship
censorship self-censorship group of the motion
picture industry. j
A possible world's record amberjack, a record number of marlin caught in Pan Panama
ama Panama Bav. a four-marlin catch bv a woman and the first-known double rriarlin strike
j j 4.
to be boated were the results reported by the Seri and the Tin Goose when they
docked at Balboa Yatcht club pier yesterday afternoon.
The Serf, owned by George B. Nickel, came into port with 11 marlin flags flying.
The marlin had been caught in the five first days of the new year. Since the Seri was
oh a 30-day trip this is estimated as 11 marlin in 10 days, which breaks the Pan-
Bay record, held by Caiman II with nine marlin in 16 days.
let the people know the truth and the country is safe1 Abraham Lincoln
PANAMA; R. MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1957
Victim Talking More Than Detectives In ..
The Seri was skippered by
Frank Vlolette. Aboard were
Sam Moody, Ospino Newball and
Vlolette and Moody boated a
double Marlin strike Jan. 1
Moodv hooked his marlin first
but Violette was first to get his
aboard, so his catch rates as tne
first marlin caught in Panama
Bay this year.
When two marlin try to get
the baits at the same time, it
is known as a aouDie striice.
Panama fishermen do not know
of any other occasion on which
both fish have been boated. The
fish were .comparatively small
marlin, Violette's weighing 310
lbs. and Moody's 223 lbs.
Aboard the Tin Goose, which
is owned by its skipper Don
Spencer, Don's wife, Jean, had
already caught two marlin be before
fore before the new year, she went on
to catch two more, one of which
weighed 553 lbs. The other mar marlin
lin marlin she caught weighed 316y2
lbs., 276 lbs. and 221'2 lbs.
Mrs. Spencer caught the last
martin of 1956. Her hrggest
catch and another marlin she
gave to the Paramount to be
used in close-ups for the
movie they are filming of Ern Ernest
est Ernest Hemingway's story "The
Old Man and the Sea." The
Paramount Is shooting; scenes
The third member of the Tin
Goose crew, Bert Harborn, a vis visitor
itor visitor from Miami and a veteran
fisherman, boated a 70 lb. am amberjack,
berjack, amberjack, caught on 3-thread line
(10 lb. test), which one heavy
tackle fisherman described as
"darning thread." Harborn
fought the fish for four and a
half hours before handing it.
This Is a poslble world's re record
cord record is at present held by a 51 vz
lb. amberjack caught on 3 3-thread.
thread. 3-thread. This Is Harborn's ninth trip
to Panama. A member of the
Miami Rod and -Reel Club and
the Panama Marlin Club, he
was full of enthusiasm for the
fishing in the past 10 days.
He said, "Jean (Mrs. Spencer)
Case Of The Kidngped 'So dy
By ALINE MOSBY
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 7 (UP)
Marie McDonald said today that
she thinks "The Case of the Kid
naped 'Body' was planned well
in advance because her two ai
leged adductors "walked into my
house as if they had lived there
all their lives'
The 32-vexrf-old blonde gave me
her version of a 24-hour ordeal
which she claimed began last
Thursday night when two zoot-suit
type (youths kidnapel her from her
.ft bo,w) nome.
I I Miss McDonald said an "enemy
may have arranged the kidnaping
because "anyone else would have
taken my baby."
Los Angalat dattctivcs said
thy knew more obout tha cat
than thty hav rtvalad and "in
a Uw days we thoOld have It all
out in th open. W hava to lay
all th facts bafere our superiors
mane s tneory as to who may
have master-minded the bizarre
kilnaping was one point of her
story that she revealed fpr the first
time since returning to her Encino
home late Saturday by private am ambulance
bulance ambulance from Indio where she was
AFTER CATCHING FOUR MARLIN Jean Spencer goes-back
to the galley and washes the dishes. Jean caught four marlin,
the largest of which weighed 553 lbs. on a 10-day fishing trip
aboard her husband's boat "Tin Goose." "Tin Goose" returned
to Balboa Yacht yesterday afternoon. (Photo by Jean Bailey)
fought each of her four marlin
with great skill and courage.
"And thev were wild," he add added.
ed. added. Some of the wildest marlin
I have ever seen, she is a won wonderful
derful wonderful sportsman."
Crews of both boats comment commented
ed commented upon the "wildness" of the
marlin. The Serf's log shows
that they had four known dou double
ble double strikes (one of which was
boated), and 37 positive marlin
found wandering along a
iney must nave pusned open
me eieetric gate, she said as
she rested in the bedroom of her
early American-style house
"Anybody can I do sometimes
when I forget my key. The boxer
didn't bark. He's like that. He even
walked with us all the way to the
gate when they took me away:
"Those two men came in. calm
as anything, and knew every inch
of the house. They made me i3t
out tne noepaper and newspapers
for the kidnap note.
"I think they were hjgh on some something.
thing. something. One of them had a gun. We
got in a car and they blindfolded
me and we just kept going round
and round. Once we stopped for
gas and they made me lie on the
floor of the car."
She said she telephoned friends
while being held prisoner because
her abductors forced her to.
"They told me to call a colum columnist,"
nist," columnist," she went on. "They wanted
to alarm the people they planned
tof ask for ransom money.
The -only number I could re
member was Harrison Carroll's
(columnist for the Los Angeles
"They wou.d ask me a number,
aeserc dial it tor me and then hand me
the phone. The only call I made
without their knowledge Was to my
business manager and when they
caught me with the phone they
She said the young men planned
to ask $20,000 each from her weal
thy ex-husband, shoe magnate Har
ry Karl; her current boy friend,
actor Michael Wilding; her moth
er, Mrs. Marie Tuboni, and her
business manager, Harold Plant.
"I told them it was ridiculous
to ask Harry, that he'd never pay
my ransom," she said. "And I
was shocked at the way Harrv
has been behaving about all this'.'U,
Says Sha's 'Sick'
Karl had told reporters, "Marie
is very sick, and I think she left
the house of her' own will." How However
ever However he had added he would pay
ransom if any was demanded.
"All I want to do is rest," the
actress sighed. "I'm under seda
Detectives said thev would hups.
tion Mrie tomorrow' about a seven
carat diamond ring she said the
abductors took from her. She said
they also took her handbag con containing
taining containing a diamond compact and
cigarette lighter bearing her ini initials
tials initials in diamonds, Tney also fook
several new. books from the house,
I asked Marie about 'early po po-lice
lice po-lice reports quoting her as saying
she had been raped. A doctor at
Coachella -Valley Hospital jn Indio,
where she was taken 'after being
found wandering on a desert toad
by a truck dnyer, later said she
had not been. -t
"Oh' please, "l can't talk any
more, she cried in answer to my
'Nobody believes Ma'
Two-Year-Old A-Sub Nautilus To Be
Refueled Soon For The First Time
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7
The atomic submarine Nautilus,
with more than 50,000 history history-making
making history-making miles behind it, is about
to be refueled for the first time,
it was learned today.
The Nautilus presumably could
sail even further on its original
load of enriched uranium. But its
peak efficiency would gradually
diminish. Therefore the decision
to refuel now.
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It was almost exactly two years
ago that the Nautilus ushered
the era of the atomic-powered
navy by sailing down Connect!
cut's Thames River into Long
The date was Jan. 17, 1955. And
as the Nautilus forged ahead, its
skiooer. Cmdr. Eugene P. Wilkin
son. radioed back the historic
message: "Under way on nuclear
Since then the Nautilus has
established an endurance and per
formance record that has sur-
oassed the Navy's highest hopes
It also has erased any doubts
about the feasibility of 17 other
atomic vessels, including a giant
carrier and a missne cruiser
which the Navy either is planning
Exact v how lar tne waumus
has gone on Its original fuel load
is a ciosejy-guaraea secret, ine
Navv has said only that It has
sailed more than 50,000 miles,
much of the distance submerged
(UP) It was indicated the submarine the
could have sailed even farther on
its original fuel. However, the
nuclear chain reaction which
powers the Nautilus results in
byproducts which reduce its ef efficiency.
ficiency. efficiency. This might be likened to
the effect of ashes on a conven conventional
tional conventional fire.
As an efficiency measure, there therefore,
fore, therefore, the Navy will replace the
reactor's present uranium slugs
with new ones, The old slugs
probably will be sen': to the Arco,
Idaho, atomic test center to see
Speeding 65 mph in a 50-mile
rone along Galllard Highway
netted a fine of $15 for Alfonso
Valentine Lewis, 37, Panama Panamanian.
nian. Panamanian. In Balboa Magistrate's
Dag: 'We Failed';
But Begins Plans
For Hew U)l Team
UNITED NATIONS. N Y., Jan.
7 (UP) Secretary -Oeneral Dag
Hammarskjold today acknowl
edged failure to Implement Unit
i Mat.tnns resolutions on Hun
irarv in the fac of Soviet and
Hungarian non-cooperation and
proposed a special new commit
tee be set up witn Droauei puw
ers of investigation.
Hammarskjold. In a formal
report prepared for the general
assembly, .dealt primarily with
his failure to make headway
with the U-N-'s original program
to Investigate the Hungarian
situation with on-tne-spot oo-
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RECORD NUMBER OF MARLIN Skipper Frank Violette and member of the crew of the
"Sen pose proudly beneath 11 marlin flags which they earned' in 10 days lishlng This la
Pans mi Bay record for the number of marlin caupht on any one boat Frank Violette's
daughter and grandchildren are shown on the pier. On the boat ar Espinosa Newball. Frank
Vfeiette, Sam Moody and crewman "Benjle."' (Photo by Jean Bailey)
Graham to Die
CANON CITY, Colo.. Jan. 7
(UP John Gilbert Graham.
who'll be remembered as one of
history's most twisted, ruthless
mass killers, win oe execuiea nere
this week for blowing an airliner
out of the skies with a dynamite
bomb, killing the 44 persons aboard
Not. L 1955.
State law prohibits disclosure of
the exact time and aita oi execu
tions m Colorado's gas chamber.
The district court which seateoeed
the 24-year-old Graham to death
directed the sentence to be carried!
out the week ending Jan. li.
Customarily, the state 1 execu
tions are held oa Friday nights.
how farthe Nautilus could
sailed on the original fuel.
One of the best indications
submarine's almost unlimited
range was an early cruise from
New London, Conn, to San Juan;
Puerto Rico. The Nautilus made
tne 1,300-mile trip in 84 hours
wunoui once surfacing, averaging
As far as is known, this is the
longest distsnce any U.S. submar
ine has ever traveled submerged.
William I. Daniels
Dies; Was Wounded
By Shotgun Dec. 28
William L, Daniels, 74, a re
tired Army employe who made
his home in Santa Clara, died
at 10:05 a.m. today in Oorgas
He had been on the seriously
ill 'list since Dec. 29 when he
was evacuated from his home by
helicopter after having suffered
shotgun wounds in his head the
Dr. Teodoro Arias of Oorgas
happened to be at Santa Clara.
He was called to attend Mr.
Daniels. Later it was arranged
for the 57th Air Base Grourj to
seno tne nencopter from ai ai-brook
brook ai-brook AFB.
Mr. Daniels was bom in Wo-
mack Hill, Alabama, in 1882.
He came to the Isthmus In
1907 to work for the. Isthmian
Canal Commission. For a time
he was a clerk in the Building
Division and was later transfer
red to the Marine Bureau.
In 1928 be left Canal Service
for employment with the Army
Engineers with whom he re-
mptned until his retirement in
Mr. Danlel was active In vari
ous Engineer nrojects lnchidina
the pre-war Improvements that
broueht Albrook AFB utj to mod modern
ern modern standards. He handled num
erous as :1 foments for the Dis District
trict District and Divtsion Eneirwi In
th area during World War n.
He Is eurvtved by one son.
Vor V. rnlel of A neon, one
daughter, Mrs. Robert C. As-
muwen o Michlean: and sev-
erl srrandchlldren in the 8ts.
Funeral eTnrements will be
Highways With Ice
- CHICAGO, Jan. 7 (UP) A
two-to-four-inch snowfalr clazed
nignways in tne midwest and east
with a hazardous coating of ice,
causing a rash of traffic wrecks
and at least five fatalities.
Meanwhile, a new invasion of
Arctic air poured into the north northern
ern northern plains and began sureine
The widespread sno w s to r m
dumped moderate accumulations
from Minnesota to Northern Illi
nois and east through the mid and
north Atlantic coast stales.
South of the snow area, freezing
drizzle and rain spread the area
of treacherous road conditions as
far south as the northern portion
of the Gulf Coast states and most
One of the worst traffic crashes
blamed on the weather claimed
the life pf an Indianapolis mother
and her daughter when their car
skidded Into the path of a truck
near Muncle, Ind.
At Tulsa, Okla., an American Air
lines plane crashed in a farm field
during soupy' weather yesterday
that reduced visibility to 20U0 feet. I
One woman was killed and nine
persons were injured in the crash.
Mrs.! Hi Itf a Ford
Hies In Hospital;
Mrs. Hilda Ford, 71. died
yesterday in San Fernando Cli
ojc wncra ana naa seen a
- She U survived bv the daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Mrs. L. K. McFarauhar of
Parque Lerevre: five, grand grandchildren;
children; grandchildren; and six creat-crand-children.
Services will be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. at Wealyen
Methodist Church in Panama
City. Burial -will be In Jardin
TrV-outs for Arthur Miller's
"Death of a Salesman," the next
production of the Theatre Guild,
win be held at the Guild Work
shop In Ancon tonight and to
morrow night at 8.
The play will be directed by
Fred 3. Berest.
Casting requirements are for ;
five women and eight men, both j
young and mature. In addition. I
backstage help is needed for!
set construction .and design, ji
lighting, properties, wardrobe,
The play is scheduled for pro production
duction production the last week in Feb February.
ruary. February. 20 Doys In Jail
Friend's $10 Bill
Because, he converted a S10
bill given him in trust to his
own use. Victor Rodrieues, 21,
Panamanian, will spend the
The offense occurred over a
Th eoffense occurred over a
month aro. on Dec 4. at the
now oefunct Tivoli Comrnia-':
Edwardo Castano. Jr, was,
to complaining witness.
her home Saturday night with an
entrance worthy 0f a movie thrill thrill-er.
er. thrill-er. She was carried, in on a stretch stretch-er.
er. stretch-er. She wore dark glasses. Her hair
was wrapped in a scarf. She lay
unir her f;rm PPed mother and
VVilding,-walked sileotly by her
sitie-,' t i
After she entered the house re-
ES! i t"; "J11? heaf' her' sobbing,
Nobody believes me,"
Later her attnmon
rX ls.fwd a-statement saying.
Marie is tirtd nA
ken 'sillihanul she is safe
- Karl,, who made ;MaHei a mil millionairess
lionairess millionairess in their divorce settle settle-menf,
menf, settle-menf, indicated the final scene
hanot been played in the drama.
The future of the children will
be decided upon after she cools
off and we can talk this over?
1UVAY! J5 .40
-,..- o.ou :oo p.m
TOGETHER FOR -THE
FIRST TIME! ;
in VISTA VISION and COLOR
A SOL C. SIEGER PRODUCTION.
starring : f l
in tht hilarious low-down
tn high lift
t Spns Scotching Sands and
Rapng RtpidS...te Bring Yog
Orsms. Advantart and Lava
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