The Panama American


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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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

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Woves To Wec


, ; LONDON, Jan. -15 (UP)- Prim Minister Harold
MacMillan today launches his campaign to make Britain
the leader of a rejuvenated European economic system in

talks with Belgian forSign minister and United Europe

pioneer Paul Henri Spaak,
Spaak arrived i yesterday to. find out where y Britain
stands on the projected "common market" plan to re re-ovolutiopize
ovolutiopize re-ovolutiopize free Europe's economy.
MacMillan and his top economic planners are sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic kta ths plan and long-time advocates of a United
Europe as an economic third fore rivalling the United

States and Russia, in power.

' Plans are rapidly approaching
completion for the first major
step a six-nation European

common market.
c.av anW Rene Rereent. sec

retary-generat of the l'-naWo111

organization ior aurupcn
omic Cooperation (OEEC), botn
came to Britain to ,...fd oat
precisely how, Britain will align
Eerself to the new structure.
. spaak saw forelen minister
Selwyn Lloyd last nights
; Lloyd fUes to Rome tomorrow
tor talks with Italian, fore gn
naptAno Martino. wnoi

has advocated full-scale Euro European
pean European parliament and cabinet..
Despite their enthusiasm in
. principle, British Jeaders were
believed taking eanttow ap approach
proach approach to the radical "e
L. ,hk wnnid d away

with customs barriers and
make Europe into a lnle
economio unit' '. ;'-y j


Commonwealth p r e f e rence
considerations plust he need for
present-day protection of agri agriculture
culture agriculture and some important in

dustries were believed foremost
in their minds.

Kadar Government
Brings Pressure T
lo Bear On Workers

VIENNA, Jan. 15. (UP). The

Janos IJadar government is
bringing heavy pressure to bear
on the workers to Join Hun Hungary's
gary's Hungary's re-named Commu n i s t

Party, reliable reports reaching

Mudflat Saga:

Girl Bogged,

Cops Rescued

Charge Vagrancy

Ancon Porial Duties
Finished After Fri.,
Thill's Id Ddboa"
, r .1 """ '' 1 f -'i-nn
I" t C..i e v iu t "- w ;,v
. &t ti.eclwe of Laiuics i uday
afternoon and the building will
. he evacuated by Post Office per-

.1 sonnei, u na dc )"

by the posiai ijivmio .r -"
.. Sfnce the' closing of the post
- 'effi'ce ecD. 31 for regular mat
service, only Incoming -mail
has been handled and Sorted.
i With the discontinuance or
1 this service, all mall address addressed
ed addressed to the Ancon Post Office
ill be sent to Balboa Post Of-,
flee for sorting and dlstrlbu-
All persons who received their
mail at the Ancon Post Off ipe
have tfgain been requested to
notify the Postmaster at Balboa
, post Office of their new postal

address as goon as possiDie,

1 Th Ancon Post Office build

Ing has been assigned lor use
by the Treasury Branch which
Is now occupying space In the

lormer Special Engineering i
vision Branch in Diablo Heights,

Gasoline Rationing
May Lead To Hew

British Fuel

A woman who had bogged
down almost to her waist her

in me ww-tifle srumbo off Gavi

Ian area brought two fire-rigs
and a half dozen other official

venicieg to tfte scene today, v
Firemen had ropes and lad ladders
ders ladders ready to form a "bridge
to assist the woman who had
been fleeing a Canal Zone po policeman
liceman policeman when she ran Into
them, ud. But with coaching
from the "shore she was able
to roll and crawl from t h e

Exhausted Marina del carmen

snvera. 31. Panamanian, was

taking a shower and cleaning

ner ciomes or mud in Balboa

police station at noon

Tomorrow she will be charged
in Balboa Magistrate's Court

with vagrancy.

At midmornlng, the woman
was observed leaving Panama in
the vicinity of 27th street and
entering the mangrove tree area
of the Canal Zone located be-

Gamboa For 3 Young Men
Who Robbed Feeble Oldster

Vienna said today.

Accoidin to the reports the!"5InJ?to"c..;'.
Kadar regime has started using." le?-nnU ...
the threat of unemployment as VjMESft. ShS ?le
a weapon to coervs, workers into J""?,!,!-!01 u bou an .hour be

joining the "Huifcarian Social.

1st Workers pajy.
Using the gey Csepel Island
iron and steel works as the, test testing
ing testing ground for Its new pressure
policy, the reports said the gov government
ernment government has let It be known
1. Workers in the machine

romns who join the Kadar Party

;u nui-loa.. tliow jobs -.undtn-

the governments new year e

conomy plan of mass dismissals.

2. AU engineers and white

collar workers In the factory
administration will lose their

jobs automatically unless they
do join the party.

LONDON. Jan. 13 (UP). Gas

oline rationing may lead to we
arinntlan of radical new fuel

- system in British automobiles

vhlch will save up to u peicw

cn fuel cost, it was reporteo
here today.- ; i
Two new system; which have
keen thoroughly tested and art
easy to install may be jnarket jnarket-'
' jnarket-' cd in volume soon. One, costing

S84 nsaily doubled the mileage

per causa,-a umaon taxi wy
. out. .. i

The device consists of an elec-

- trie fan fitted between tne car carburetor
buretor carburetor and fuel intake valves
which breaks up the drops of
gas into a fine vapor. This as

sured i k maximum burning of

fuel at the critical moment

when ii drives the pistons down downwards.
wards. downwards. Makers of the unit claim
it saves four gallon of gas out
ot every ten :
The second device costs about
$14, and provides for entry of
cold vaporized gas into the mo motor
tor motor simultaneously with the hot
vapor which comes over the
normal route Their Combination

makes for explosive vaporizing
and belter performance and gas
economy., ..' ,.., .. J u

f I Br-R-oIher!
By O-Miis Cold

ALBANY. N.T.. Jan. 15 (UP)

The worst cold wave in New
York's .state history set low

temperature records in virtually

all sections of the state today.

The mercury plunged to an
official 55 below aero at Boon Boon-ville,
ville, Boon-ville, m Oneida county. It was
45 below sero at Brushton and
44 below at Malone and Mas Mas-sens
sens Mas-sens in the north country.
The cold wave closed scores
of schools throughout the state.
Cars were stalled on highways
because of frozen engines. Home

fires were frequent because Of
overworked furnaces.- w

'Gas service was cut off from

homes in nine communities
north of Syracuse- while work workmen
men workmen tried to repair a broken
main valve in temperatures 23

degrees below tero.

Other low temperature read read-fairs
fairs read-fairs around the state: Water-

town 29 below; Utica Zt below;

rsttSBurrh 27 below; Rome 2i
below; mean and Elmlra, min minus
us minus 24; Syracuse 23 below; Al Albany
bany Albany 20 below: Rochester 11
below and Buffalo 12 below.
New Yerk was an even sere at
La Goardia airport.

The weather bureau here

promised little relief. A Slight
"warming" trend was forecast

for tonight, with some snow flur

rles. but return to the icy

weather of the past two days
was' predicted for Wednesday

night vi -.

fore .'.finding;, her.

About 10 a.m. the policeman
flushed the woman and htr
boy friend from the bushes..
The man ran into Panama
and escaped; hut the woman
headed -out across the low-tide
flats toward Ft. Amador: : i4
After running about 50 ards
she be-f-tn to sink and the fire-
s e called. 1
- Firemen went throufh ela elaborate
borate elaborate contortions to demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate to the trapped woman
how she should roll and crawl
through the mud instead of
tryinr to walk. ; "v.
d,- -. ,;. iM.r.y.-?---. : v,,;
. Little by little they "talked"

her oujt, exhausted.

' She was covered with bluish

gumbo mud. A jacket which she
had clung to1 throughout was

also saturated.

: Police recalled today that they

get about one call a year to
rescue somebody who is bogged

in the mud; but this is the first
time thev recall having to rescue
a. fugitive. m V

Several years ago an lmbecil-

ic man sang to his armpits be before
fore before he was discovered from the
shore and help was summoned.

old-timers hereabouts also

remember the story of a little
girl who went on a big picnic

to Far Fan beach and disappear disappeared
ed disappeared while the tide was out.

'; .4 '" .'
Her body was never found.

but it was believed she sank'ln-

to the mud without being ob
served. 1

, Five of eight young men ac accused
cused accused of xobbtag a feeble 64-year-old
man ; pleaded guilty
in the Cristobal Division of U.
S. District Court today. Trial set for the other three
who pleaded not gu'lty.
The crime occurred near Camn

when a group of youths ganged
up and assaulted Arthur Miller,

roDDinar Mm of $25.

Frank Allen Palmer, and Al

bert F. Hinkson,- both Panama

nians. were eiven 18 months

each in Gamboa pen for their

part in the offense.
Acting District Attorney J.
Morton Thomson sought terms
of two years.
Rodolfo McBean, IB. Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, received a one year term
as recommended by the govern government.
ment. government. Alfonso Enrique i Wallace, 17,
and Ivan Augustus Anderson, 18,
both Panamanians, received 18-

month sentences, suspended.

Wallace's term wa suspended

for four years; Anderson's for

five. x ;-" "'.':J. -r---

Those who nleaded not guilty

were Antonio Gabriel Dudley, 17;
Gladstone Lawrence Hooker, 16;
and Carlos Murphy Gomez, 16,
all Panamanians.

' Attorney William J; Sheridan,
Jr.. represented the defendants.

i He represented several as a pri pri-jvate
jvate pri-jvate attorney, others as Public


Doorway Getaway

Balboa ROTC Unit

To Hold Reyiew'

Tomorrow; Morning

The Balboa High School ROTC

unltriU hold Its fifth review of

the year tomorrow at 11:15 ajn.

The review will honor Brig. Gen,
Louis V. Hlghtower, deputy com com-mandint:
mandint: com-mandint: general. USARCARIB,
and will be held in the FasUich
teenage baseball park..
After the review the president

of the Balboa Lions Club will
present the ROTC. battalion
with a rifle to be used by cadets

DETROIT. Jarr. 15 (CP)

Charles Trimiew. 33. heard a

noise at his side door and went : in the unit

to investigate but found the Parki-jg facilities are available
(oor gone. He told police Sun-1 next to the little league stadium
day he saw a man runnfng down! off Gail:ard Hiehway. Parents

th picy with the door but war of Cadevs and the sen era! nub-'London

Five Alleged
Irish Rebels
Haled Into Court

. DUBLIN, Jan. 15 UP Five

alleged members of the outlaw,
ed Irish Republican army's high

command appear in court here
today charged with offenses a-

galnst the state in an atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of tension heightened by
a new attack on a police instal

lation in Northern Ireland.

The five men were arrested

yesterday, according to police al

legations as tney plotted new

violence to wrest northern Ire Ireland
land Ireland from Britain. They were
held in solitary confinement in

Bridewell prison here.

Authorities refused to disclose

the time of today's hearine. ap

parently hi order to discourage
demonstrations for the men.

Hoover, Ex-Panama,
Coming Here Friday;

Hew Paint & Boss

The former Panama liner Pan

ama, recently purchased by the
American president Lines, ihas
been rechristened the President

Hoover and will arrive in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal from New York Frit4"-' on

her u,Aiden.,voy?'ge to trs

Coast under the new ownei i

Repainted with 'the Ameri American
can American President Line colore and
carrying the President Line
flag; the President Hoover is

expected to make tne uanai
transit the day of arrival and

will sail for San Francisco
where it will be placed imme imme-eVatelT
eVatelT imme-eVatelT in trans-Pacific ser

vice from the Paeificc oast to
. Yokohama, Manila, ; Bong
Kong and Kobe. ;' ', V;
It will be the second commer;
clal transit for the former Pan

ama liner. As first of the. three

new Panama line vessels, the

ship went through the Canal in

1939' after: making, her maiaen
vovaee to the Canal from New

York. She docked in Balboa for

a few 4ays and opened for pub pub-lirt
lirt pub-lirt insnectlon

as tne presiaent Hoover, u

will loin the other American

President Liners. President Wil Wilson
son Wilson and President Cleveland,

each of which have accomoda accomodations
tions accomodations for 700 passengers. The
President Hoover can accomo accomodate
date accomodate more than 200 first class
The Panama was renamed

after former President Herbert
Hoover, who is now wintering

at Key Largo. Florida. It was
purchased by the American Pres

ident Lines recently irom tne

Panama Canal Company for $5,'
704,000 in competitive bidding.

Border Yar Takes
New, Serious Turn
LONDON, Jan. 15 (UP)--The
little border war between Brit Britain
ain Britain and the Yemen took a new
and serious turn today with re reports
ports reports tnat Yemeni army units

have occupied two towns and
approximately 60 square miles

of territory inside the Aden pro
tectoratc. i

At the same time, the Yemeni

envoy to Cairo, Abu Taieb,

charged that British troop con

centrationa were advancing on
the town of Belda inside the

Yemen. He said British tanks

and aircraft attacked the towns
of Hureib and Tureif and sev

eral villages "inside Yemeni ter
ritory" last Saturday. -Both
British and. Yemeni re

ports indicated the-sudden up

surge of border "warfare was

headed for a climax soon.

Only yesterday, British forces
attempting to relieve the border
fort at Manaw engaged in a
day-long fire fight with hostile
elements. British reports said
dissident Adenese tribes men
combined with forces on the
Yemen side of the border to pin
down an armored car relief col column
umn column in cross fire,: which result-;
ed in four casualties among the
Aden protectorate levies and
"considerable" losses to the ene enemy.
my. enemy. r

Shots Now

: The i ;

Judge's Bench

Lack of a" driver's license

cave Mitruel Teiada. 20. Panama.

nfan, a 10-day suspended Jail
sentence and a $10 fine in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court today.

Bail i of S10 was forfeited ior

Cesar Robles, 46, Panamanian,
who failed to appear to answer
a charge of driving without a
license. ";;'-.

Oerov Elena Marun, '19. Pan

amanian, also was fined $10 for

having no operator's license.
Andres Castro. 25.- Panama

nlan, was fined $5 for operating

defective. trucK. f,i.x

Jrrivfnn on

Gabriela Mistral's

Body Due at Albrook
A MATS nlane camrlny the

body of the late Chilean. Nobel

orizewinnlnoF poet Gabriela Mis

tral is due at AlbrooK afb tms
afternoon.- Originally it had

been expected about 7 a.m.

Reports from Charleston. S C.,

Informed local authorities that

the plane bearing Miss Mistral's
body took. off at 3:10 a.m., but

returned art hour later. It was
scheduled to leave for a second

time about 10 a.m.
If the body arrives today, it
will leave around 7 or S a.m.
tomorrow aboard a C-47 for. Li Lima.
ma. Lima. There it is expected that a
transfer will be made to a Chi

lean plane coming up from San-I


Dr. C. Lewis Gacln. curator

of the department of vertebrates
and arcnaelogy. of the Smithso

nian institution, is due to ar

rive tonleht from Washington.

He will spend about two wee-ts
on the Isthmus conferring with
Dr. Alejandro Mendez of t h e

Panama Museum retarding some

specimens which the Smithso

nian is planning to present to

105 Peruvian -Cadets
The Peruvian naval: vessel

rhimbote L due at Rodman at

7:30 p.m. today with 195 Peru Peruvian
vian Peruvian cadets who are taking part
in V training cruise.
The men aboard the 300-ft;

craft are attending the Naval

Academy of Peru.
They will spend about 'two

days here during which they

will visit the locks and 'Other

points of interest.

The commandant of the 5th

Naval District is entertaining

tne oiiicers. various social e.
vents are planned for the ead-

ets."w r.-

Adults eligible 'for medical
care in the Canals -Zone are

urged to start the series of vac

cine injections this month in

order to obtain the maximum

benefit from poliomyelitis vac

cine injections before the polio

season which normally begins in

September on the Isthmus.
Health Bureau officials point

ea out tnat there must, be a

period of approxima t e 1 y a
month between the first and

second, inoculations and a mini

mum period, of seven montns

between the second and final

injection. Some protection is af afforded
forded afforded by two injections but the
full effect is obtained only by
the complete series of three Ino Inoculations!
culations! Inoculations! The .admonition was made in
leference to the current admin

istration of poliomyelitis vaccine

to adults over .20 years of age
which was started during De December,
cember, December,

This program Is Separate from

the ires Immunization program
lor eligible individuals under 20

ears of age and for expectant
mo the .s which has been In f-

iect in the Canal Zone for the
past year and a half.

The inoculations may be ob

tained during regular off ipe
hours at the out-patient, clinics
of .GOrgas and Coco Solo Hos Hospitals
pitals Hospitals or at -any of. the first-aid

tatlons located in the Canal

Zone., Charges ranging from 50

cents to $2, will- be made for

each injection- given eligible

adults over the age of. 20 years.

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7ilb Potter To fie
Held At Margarita

This month's conference of
Civic Council representati v e s
from United Sttaes communities
in the Canal Zone with' Gov.
Potter; will be held Invthe Mar Margarita
garita Margarita service center.
The. meeting is scheduled for
4:30 next Tuesday afternoon.

Jan. 2, and will be open to the
public. ;

At a meeting of the Governor

with representatives from all

Civic Councils last month It was

aecided to alternate the "shirt

sieeye conferences with every

otner meeting being a working
iesslon for Civic Council '.rep '.rep-representatives
representatives '.rep-representatives only. The, other
monthly meetings will be open
to the public.
The, meeting 'with representa representatives
tives representatives from the Latin American

communities this month .will
also be open to the public. It
will be held on the Pacific side
at 4:30 Wednesday afternoon of

next weeg in tne paraiso high
school music room.


for Ike Doctrine,
Warns Senators

WASHINGTON, Jor,. 15 (UP) Secretory of State
John Foster Dulles said today there is "very great likeli likelihood"
hood" likelihood" American troops will have to fight in the Middle
East unless Congtess approves the Eisenhower doctrine
resolution. -."'-But.
"if this resolution passes he added. "th-r U

very little likelihood" that U.S. forces would have to go to
war in that crisis-ridden region.
Dulles is fightinq hard for the President's reauesf fnr

standby military authority in the face of considerable

uemocratic skepticism.

Sen. Henry M. Jackson said the adminitrmrmn t.

far has produced "no evidence of any new (Soviet) threat"
a.l kiJII r .11 is '

m me iviiaaie. Lasr wnicn would warrant hasty Congres Congressional
sional Congressional rction.

Jackson challenged Dulles' as assertion
sertion assertion yesterday tnat the dan danger
ger danger of .Russian domination in
the Middle East poses "the most

terlou threat" to the United
States in a decade.
, ''..,,'
Dulles testified for the second
c'ay at a joint meeting of the
Senate Foreign Relations and
Armed Services committees.
He estimated at "very much
less" ttran 50-50 the chances of
U.S. fUshtiftg in the Middle East

;f congress approves-tnjB jresi

gents wropo-ai. TJ.
" .. ," i 1 .
Israel Vanu Male
Will 'Defend Itself
II Egypt Attacks

Many Projects
For Economic Aid

US Study

JERUSALEM, Israel, Jan. 15
(UP) Israel radio .warned today

the Jewish state will "defend it

self" if Egypt attempts to renew

the Akaba Gulf Blockade.
The broadcast, replying to s Cai

ro radio threat to destroy all Is

raeli ships entering the strategic
gulf, said Israel "will not sit with
folded arms if Egypt wants war

but will defend itself.


Gen. Adds New Star.


Don't Claw the Upholstery, Gentlemen, 'Peaches' ;

Won't be a Cycling Nude Till Einstein Resolved

unable to catch him. a - Le arc invited-.

LONDON U?-Ii nude girl

free-wbeeis across a stase on a

bicycle without pedalling can she

said to be moving T
Ne. pouted 20-year-oTd Peicbes

Page, a British stripteaser who
has been doing just that at a
music ball here.

Yen. ruled the stern cmmoti of

County Council after a

v careful inspection of Peaches.

Under British Isw strippers
must remain motioolet after they
have removed ascertain amount
of clothing. That makes them "art
studies" instead of strippers.
Peaches' manager,. Sidney -Al-gar,
protested the rulings
"The movement, if there is any

is only relative to the audience.

as though she were oo a movins

stage," he said, -It's bks the old

Einsteia problem .' only not so
The council also oedered Peach Peaches
es Peaches to wesr more more being a
2-inch wide brassier made of
flesh-colored net.
"'it's te silly,' aid Peaches
"To wear a bra like this enly
draws mere attentioa te-th fact

that I am nude."


Eisenhower today asked the Sen

ate to approve the promotion of

eng. Gen. Ralph W. Z wicker.

controversial figure in the cele

brated Army-McCarthy row, to
the rank of major general.
Zwicken' name was included in

a long list of military promotions
sent 4o the Senate. Such promo

tions normally are approved as a

Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R

Wis) charged in February 1954
that Zwicker. a decorated World

nr.- TV .... ... a. u

wear the uniform." This was be

cause Zwicker balked at telling
McCarthy who ordered an honor

able 'discharge for former siaj
Irving Peres. .


The radio also said the Egypti

an destroyer Ibrahim el Awal cap captured
tured captured off Haifa: in the Sinai war

would join Israeli fleet patrol patrolling
ling patrolling the gulf of Akaba soon.
The radio barrage, between Je

rusalem ana lairo came at umc
when Israeli leaders were faced

with the decision whether to eva

cuate islands in the Gulf of Akaba
and the Eastern end of the Sinai

rfpsrt. Premier David Ben uun-

on's eovernment wasmnder heavy

United Nations and world pressure

to evacuate, and under equauy
heavy home pressure to hold on to

the strategic territory 10 assure
the gulf remains open to all ship


Antarctic For Men
Only, U.S. Rules


(UP) The Antarctic is for men

rnlv the United Mates ruiru


Egypt Grabs Banks
France & England
CAIRO, Jan. 15 (UP)egypt

today seized control of British
end Krrncb banks operating in

Eeypt, it was officially announc-
I The official announcement
said the British and French
banking Institutions were E-gyntianced.-i
. It "said "fair eomDensation"
'aUiMtiall Iww si Ittjtioiarw kAi4w

j V i-i lis all c V J j wu
iwsuid be paid by ZgypC ,,.

Dr. Laurence M. Could, direc

tor of the United States Interna

tional Geophysical Year program

said be has refused applications

from several American women

journalists snd one Australian
newsDanerwoman to visit the

American Geophysical Year bases

on the frozen continent.

"Mv same could be mud or

wont thaa that if I approved the

applications, Gould told news


The Russian Geophysical Year

expedition has womea aboard the

ships attached to the enterprise
but a Soviet official emphatically

denied that there are any womao womao-st
st womao-st the Russian camps..

, WASHINGTON. Jan. 15 (UP)
Administration foreign aid
plannners are studying abduV
two dozea project which miaht
be financed .under th economie
phase of the Eisenhower tJoc-
trine for stabilizing the Mide
. The Ideas range from "dream
river development nmimrt tn m.

plan for low-interest loan in

Middle East farmers.

aii are designed to eontrl
bute te Middle East political
stability by makmr the aver average
age average man of the region forget
age-old hatreds, concentrate
on improving hv's lot and turn
away from the appeals of
The projects under study would

run cost of the program well fl flyer
yer flyer the $600 million pric tag
placed on it by President Elsen Elsenhower.
hower. Elsenhower.

And they would rennlr mnr

than a mere two or thre vear

to complete.

Secretary of State .Tohn utati

Dulles said vesterdav that

special Presidential, mission to
the Middle East, headed by for.
mer Rep. James P. Richard rn-i

S.C.), will have authority t
make fir commitments for UA
aid programs In the area.

Dulles said he would like fo

see the mission leave for the
Middle East by Feb. l.,: .:
But he said he thought it
would be inadvisable 'for: thw
mission to leave until ConrreM
has approved the President'g
Plan. ,

Ike Democrats."
Named To Fill
Senate Seat

Sergeant Charged

For Drunk Driving

Cliff Gibson Shannon; 54.

AUSTIN, Tex.. Jan. 15 (UP)

Gov. A Jan Shivers, as his last
official act before leaving office,
loday appointed William A.

Ulakley, a Dallas attorney and

Eisenlsr.wer Democrat" to sue-.

ceed governor-elect Price Daniel
in the OS. Senate. ;

The appointment of an Eisen-

hower partisan posed an lmms-'
dlate threat to the slim Demo

cratic control of the tipper

However, there was no 1mm e-i

diate JndicaUon whether Biak'

ley will challenge the Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic hold on the Senate by vbt

ing with the Republicans. This
vould result in a 4S-44 tie, and
throw control to the OOP when:
Vice President Richard Huron
would cast his tie-breaking vote. 1

Field Day.

ANAHEIM. Calif. Jan. IS UP
Bonnie Fields, an elementary

an; school teacher, must appear iu

American sergeant servin with court today on a chanre of

the Army, was fined J100 in throwing trash on a city strecU
Balboa Magistrate's coart today. 'A pupil brought her an apple
The charge against him was which she ate as she d r e v
that of driving; an automobile home. he threw the eor out
while intoxicated" last TTlda. th window and was arrested.






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vp 'COlOM wiea, TS.I7S Cintral Avimui akrwiiN 19 in and 13tm Stkckt
f ?v ' MADiaow Avt, Ntw Youk. 17 N. Y. '
! ' :':) I' (.OC-Al V HAtt'
!' -fit Month, in '2. .1 '-7 2S
;. Pan ONC YCAK. IN . 1 IS. 80 84.00

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, r 1 should like to Voice my praise and add it to the others that
it have been coming In-recently for the doctors and nurses and the
j general all around service rendered by Gorgas Hospital.
! Little or nothing has been said about the wonderful people
' who are on the admitting desk. Tney are caim, courteous, and

1, eniclent upon admitting a patient ana wnen one .-cans tnereto
' find out about how a sick person is doing they are prompt and

efficient, stopping whatever they may be doing to call the ward

' ; where the patient is, alter courteously telling you to noia me line
while they make the call.
My wife has been a patient, either admitted or out patient to
i the various clinics, most of the time. for the past six months and
the has been treated Jike a queen by all those concerned.
- On one occasion she took a turn for the worse on Saturday
' ftjnorning. The chief of one of the clinics who was supposed kto be
' off that day came in und attended her. On another occasion, after
an operation, she had to be rushed to Gorgas at ten thirty at
tnight. The doctor who had performed the original operation met
I her at the emereencv room and he and three other doctors, to-

' gether with two nurses, worked with my wife for three hours to

save her me. wnen sne was taxen to ner room, wie nurses an ouijr
wero as angels from Heaven watching over her, ;
I It 15 impossible to say enough for those wonderful, dedicated
I people, the nurses at Gorgas. Busy though they may be they al al-5
5 al-5 ways find time to go by and give the patient a friendly smile and
a word
I Others who seem to have been forgotten in previously written
! praises, are those whu work at tre receptionist desks in the out
patient and special clinics. They are nearly always rushed, deal
fog with all kinds of people, many of whom are in a bad humor
f because of their illness: dealing with the nurses and doctors in
I the clinics who are also tired and overworked. These people al-
ways seem to be calm and are always courteous. ;
! I only hope, that somewhere up there, God has a special lit
! tie niche marked "Gorgas Hospital Workers" where he Is putting
an;., o int. nf sner.ial favors to ha received by every one connect-1

ed with tnat. wonaenui msutuuon wuw mm, muo


Labor News



The Manly Art of SelfiDestruction

, , . j -------- -f t fcf


"Edwards" is a powerful, and

elusive underground figure a
man of many faces and many
shapes and given to handing out

many curt orders. He has been a
short, baggy trousered man,' bes

pectacled and arrogant. He hit

oeen taller and stronger and less

intellectual than the short, pudgy

man who sometimes was known
as Gerhart Eisler.

You see, "Edwards" is the code

name so frequently used bv tome-

thing we know as the "Comintern
Rep." That's the representative of

uie communist international in
the United States, the man who
glveg orders from Moscow to A-

roencan Communists, m

1 To the party who killed our little dog: , .
J 1 suppose it doesn't matter to you that a little girl returning
home from a happv and carefree evening with friends had to be
J told the heartbreaking news that her, almost constant compa compa-nlon,
nlon, compa-nlon, "Pama," a lovable little Dachshund, was dead It wouldn t
I wiori. a trin tA nnrozal around one odock

inXemo?nih. Tto make burialafrinments -'waking up the

! I wouidnTrnatter to you because youjdldn't even stop to see

If vou could oiler any assistance. iour ct
; t''..Y.Jn.-. Vf t tia nt.ti.mnt to tret vour 1 cense num-

5 pen SJKMS:

it was very cieaniy ooho huu b ".t: 71.
v,r.i.v. i k tn innn nvir on the sidewalk with a

' b"kw neck Damr was crossing the' street (she had begged so
' .i,tfnr little while before going to bed) and 'I know

' that accidents like this are sometimes unavoidable m w
vou know that I had a car to rush her to a vet had she just been
i hurt or were you sure you had hit her hard enough to kill her?
' Srt?SS,.r 7t -ilk- to think was an accident, but your "driving

on"'wasn't. It would have only taken a few minutes of your time
i -. it wouldn't have cost you anything We were up most of the
' niKht. Did you rest well JYiday night?
SorW after Dama was killed, there were quite a few
youngsters on the street, returning from the late movie. It could
I have lust aa easily been one of JSioweii.
1 uK.t m t4t7 ma finVt.fltjnrft' Seems to be tilt

I thwne h'r in the Zopa at the Present time. I am employed by

ins commissary cuv lamti, u uuiui "rrr c Z. ru.
id or having seen anything official, $10 a month is Mng taken
out of my pay for subsistence. This, mind you, la takefi tU eth-.

91 r,. V.ava an annetite or eats a

'big mTalVt homryfoVexmito the
money comes out just as regularly.
I Now answer me truthfully, chiefs, would you all like to be

told that you have to eat in an esrapusnmcm TJ.
! choice of only one or two entrees, of which you 1 haven t ) the

least liking? Tne Panama canai comes oi j
Tur illion Dollar Profit This Year." Who's making the pay
.--t- tv.i. nt.nflo AnTrr- t.h pmnloves.

J There isn't a restaurant In the world that charges employes
I 1

izox msai.. -Eat or be Eaten.

Last Pridy nlghf "Mwardt"
was slender, gray and In' his
mid-fifflet. He should have been
fatigued, for ho had juit com.
sletod tho long journey, hems
from Poipins to Now York City.
Hs walked into a night spot in
fashionable. Bronxviile. ,Ho slt slt-phoned
phoned slt-phoned on of his Communitt
contacts. If is said. Than. two

roi agents quickly stopped a a-longsido
longsido a-longsido him.
Reports indicated he gave his
name as "Edwards." But the FBI

seui Knew wnom tney had been
tailing; "Edwards." this tim w

frving Potash, former member of

me communist Party's NaHnnni

Committee, formerly on of tnn

labor specialist and formm-lv

leader and power with the Fur

am earner w 0 r k e r a Union
which grew out of the might of 1
?g k6ife arti$ts kn0wa the

Irving Potash had slipped back
into the- U.S. after almnm

jwn ra -ue ne nad been de deported
ported deported voluntarily to his native
Poland on March 4,r 1955. After

na and handling some propaganda
work for th rmh,.,n.

tional m Asia, he was reassigned
to the U.S. as? f'Edward. M

Potash had all of : week in the
u.h. which means that the FBI
knew every.step he made. But the
fll is not telling, so We can only
guess why this latest "Edwards"
returned to the, U.S. well loaded

waers irom Moscow and with
soviet money -in American dol-

01 course, wnen Potash-Ed-wards
was examined by the Fed Federals
erals Federals he had ahnut asnn in mil

mm and undoubtedly a each f

uiuie so now vnu irnnur k

happens when you pay out U S
currency for Russian furs, c r a b

mti or caviar.
It is an educate tht

tash was here to whip the Ameri Ameri-Une
Une Ameri-Une Communist 1,bor leaders into

it is also a eood eup thf t.

Was just one Of the mnnv rnnrl

dispatched bv tho Kremlin inf

other democratic lands where the

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Walter Winchell In New York

I wandered thru the door one afternoon:
Outside the busy thoroughfarea were teaming
With people in a world rone out of tune.
Yet here, within the splendid walls, lay dreaming
A peace that only quietness can bring; ..-
Where mind and heart achieve a cioser nnion
In solitude, and where that tangled thing
Called life is simplified; we held communion
My thoughts and I; and softly your devotion
Was at my side, your love that soothes and charms
My troubled spirit, restless as the ocean,
Seeking the sanctuary Of your arms. v
And L who lingered in the silenee there,
Whispered your name aa if it were a prayer.
Mitchell Parish

Downbeat's man heard It in one Item: "Disc jockeys all over the

: $343 vs. $1911
. vwm. TVuMisHffnl firlnon-

111 tilt, iliuuww. " " n ... , ... a
I Did you realize that the per capita Income in the Repubjle of

Panama was estimated 10 ue m mo cumij.i
j the United States? Furthermore, conditions seem to be getting
worse in Panami and better in the U.3. Isnt it small wonder that
i erlme la on the increase in Panama? xw V'
! Wouldn't you like to Bee what you can do to help the less
I fortunate Panamanian to help himself? Could you donate money?
Time? Ideas? JJ
We are trying to locate men and women of goodwill among
t our compatriots who would be Interested in forming an organlaa organlaa-'
' organlaa-' tion to help the Panamanian to help himself.
Please express your interest by sending a postcard to Box 108.
Diablo Heights, C.Z.. giving your name or names and mailing
address. . j
Gringos Simpaticos. f j

AROSA LINE, i "Panama'
MorlgEje Bonds 1956 "AROSA STAR" Serie A

The following Bonds, amounting to $300,000. have been
drawn for redemption at par and may be presented for
payment at The Trust Company of North America. 115
Broadway. New York, N. Y., on December list, 1956,
when Interest thereon wlU cease:

No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No.
1 88 187 295 396 486 602 689 781 896
2 93 188 296 398 487 603 692 783 897
S 97 191 299 400 491 604 696 785 906
9 98 197 303 402 496 607 699 791 907
10 101 201 305 403 508 618 706 797 912
11 102 202 307 407 917 620 711 802 913
It 106 203 309 408 520 621 718 810 917
18 108 210 315 416 821 623 721 811 920
23 110 214 316 422 526 629 722 816 927
29 112 216 316 423 529 636 723 817 928
35 117 S16 324 431 533 637 731 818 934
36 118 220 325 432 336 638 734 819 938
39 131 222 328 434 538 639. 736 821 937
46 122 224 332 436 539 644 738 825 940
47 136 229 333 436 540 645 740 831 942
48 127 231 336 439 543 653 743 854 945
51 128 238 339 441 554 654 744 856 953
' 54 129 249 343 443 558 656 746 861 956
65 135 251 352 445 567 658 752 865 961
' 37 137 253 353 446 568 661 75) 867 965
58 140 259 363 459 569 667 757 170 972
59 143 265 368 461 370 670 760 871 973
63 151 270 372 464 574 675 763 874 976
66 156 271 377 465 581 690 768 975 982
73 160 279 378 467 582 681 769 876 983
74 163 281 382 471 589 683 772 879 985
,- 78 163 283 383 472 591 664 773 879 989
M 166 290 384 474 594 689 777 890 990
.. IJ f 169 291 386 473 595 687 779 891 996
,. II ... 184 392 391., 479 699 88 780 694 1000

Panama City, Decambor 10, 1956

apartment house. wu in Yrouj

for example. Communis' u....'

in the powerful, miners', electrical
workers' and engine' n n 1 n

have defected. .Communist news newsmen
men newsmen openly criticire their frtrmur

party, in France the Communist-

comroiiea General Confederation
of Labor (CGT) can't call an ef effective
fective effective strike, and the intellec intellectuals
tuals intellectuals ore running from the Party

iukc riurraians irom a irost.
In Italy, the Communist labor

support, the Communist Parties of

wiese lands must disaopear. There
will be no respectable front to
jhout Moscnw,'s. propaganda or sa-

ooiae me Mnfls.'
All this I documented In Tndnn.

last week. 'America is no different.
The labor apparat is falling apart.
We can onW-guess that Potash
came here with new touch nrHur

for the pro V Communists to too

this nonsense-of criticizing the So-H

viei union-and its actions iiu Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. We can surmise that Potash
came here to tell his former col-

lesgues inside labor to get togeth together
er together to have "UNITY."
There is a ceneral imnramlnn

that Potash, once a power in the

oin ciot win have no one to talk
to. Not so. There are still some
90,000 duespayers of the notorious notoriously
ly notoriously pro Communist United Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Workers, which still has
members in omo of our great
corporations such as General E E-lectric
lectric E-lectric and Westinghouse. Under

our law these companies Can do

lime But keep a careful watch o-

ve uie leftists.
There ar still about 109,000
mam ban la the equally rtotori
ously pro Communist Mill,
Mill and Smelter Workers wKleh
has a strangle hold on much of
our dofons metals. There is
still Horry ridges' waterfront
anion as wall as others totalma
soma 400.000.
Potash-Edwards wants the Com

jmunists in these outfits to : unite

and ret touch once more inside
labor and they do have the pow power
er power to get tough. I wonder who

the new "Edwards" will bo.

of the all nlaht movies on 42nd

Street, On screen Richard Wid Wid-markt
markt Wid-markt ana a femala wait for a
morning attack by Apaches The
war drums are throbbing in the

boon m-m ,rrr i "jDacagrouna as.Kicnara ana ,x n e
?n1iklnik $Gal swap meaningful despair Sud

denly the drums stop Silence.

"Why," the female asks anxious-l

ly, "have tna drums stoppea?",

"Because,"' came a voice from
the balcony,; "it's a bass solo, you

Broadway! Where you never
know how many fvriends you Jiave
or how many have you.
Arthur Storch notes that New

York City now has a dignified

form of burlesk snow.
"This means," he translates,
'"This mean s." be translates,

"do G-strings, no bawdy gags, no


The Lindy wags are ehuckling

about the two housewives swap swapping
ping swapping gossip on the stoop.

"Do you see," one asked, '"what

that doity Nasser is doing?"
"I don't see nottin'," shrugged,
the other. "I live in the back"

From Abby's colum In the Mir Mirror:
ror: Mirror: "Dear Abby: Now that we
are married she has become un unresponsive
responsive unresponsive and her ardor has cool

ed. What'll I do?"

"Answer: Have your thermostat

nation are popularizing the "Dyn

amic Miss Douglas' album." Nor

ma, Jtney're playing Our Song! :

joon Barrymore once enjoyed a
wild New Year's Eve, winding up
next morning with W.. ArSUds

.."I've got a great memory,"
bragged Fields. "I never forget a

'A11 righteed!"
"Who am I?"

giggled John.

Sounds in the Night: At the

Boulevard: "You know why Juve

nile" Delinounx travel in esnes.

don't you? They're afraid to go

out alone! ...At Mcuartny s steax

House: "Does she love mink? She
even wears the claws!"... At Old

Homestead: Meet a celebrity

The star of Stage, bcreen, Radio

and so tar tms wee lee veer..
At Reuben's: "The first to recog

nize talent are the imitators'. At

Casa Maiina: "In Miami I hear
he was held over!' "Held over

"Hiey were tabbing abrut all (lie

BrHdish actors on B'way this

'It looks," said Joe Berger,' "as

If they're doing on B'way what

they couldn't do on Bunker Hill!"

At the Colony they were discuss discussing
ing discussing a chorine, who wanted to get
married in seqret, "but couldn't
afford a press agent."
Teeve star Steve Allen com comments
ments comments on. ratings in a pocket-size
magazine which tne sender n a a-elected
elected a-elected to name. Steve's article is
titled: "Ratings Are Over-Rated."
His opening paragraph: "I have
a suggestion for a new method of
conducting our Presidential elec elections.
tions. elections. Why,, bother, about opening
thousands of polling places til o o-ver
ver o-ver tae nation? In 198u let's just
make about 800' calls in 15 key
cities and ask the people: 'Who is
your choice for President? Silly?
Of course, but not sillier than mir

current methods of determinlne

the 'popularity'.. of Tcavco pro-

tft am .... 7 1.


WASHINGTON.- A lot"of back-

stsge huddles plus careful plan

ning preceded Vice President Nil,

on's ruling that part of' Senate
Rule 22 regarding-filibusters is un unconstitutional.
constitutional. unconstitutional. i ..-v

Nevertheless, some Old Guard

Senators almost dropped dead
with surprise. S

Richard Nixon f has lone been

the darling of the Taf t conserva

tive-wing of the Grand Old Party.
It was this group which, stuck by
him last summer against- Harold

Stassen. demanded .that he be

No. 2 on the ticket. So Its surprise

was unaerstanaaoie, i-r

When the. last attempt to change
filibustering came up, it was Bo

rait who killed any .change. TafJ
stuck by the longstanding alliance
between Northern Republicans and

aoutnern Democrats wnereby the
Republicans stood with the souti

on anti-Negro issues and the South

stood jiwh Republicans on auti
labor issues,

The pew Nixon.' however; once

a: Taft disciple did just the op
posite. i
The new Nixon not onlv funked

the: old GOP-Southern alliance, but

did so; despite .an advance cau
from three Republican Senators -Knowland
(Calif.), Saltonstall

(Mass.), and Bridges (N.H.), urg urging
ing urging him to stay in line.

What u Old Guard Republicans

didn't entirely know was that Nix-

on also was called on by the North

ern liberals.' Some of them even

came to his home at night. One

committee of six came to his of

fice "Ives-' (N.Y.), Smith (N.J.),

Potter ( Mich. ), Republicans : and

Douglas (1110, Humphrey (Minn,),

am Anderson N. Mex.), Demo


"We're not trying to put you on
the spot," said Anderson, who had

been chosen to lead the r fight

"But we think this is bad legisla


"What are you really getting
at?" Nixon asked, f

"We, think, it s outrageous for

one Senate by a majority vote to
be able to bind all future Senates
not to change a rule except by a
two-thirds vote,", replied Ander

son. "We think it might be un unconstitutional.".
constitutional.". unconstitutional.". .'.

I love to observe the observer
Displaying his obvious whim,
tut I often wonder who's

watching mo
While I'm observing him.

-Bob Walls

The Torch: 1 When you've lost ev.

erything but your memory .... Whan

you try to grind her out ni vnnr

iiuer wnn every cigarette you put

oui. j wnen you can t fail asleep
until it's time to get un. ; : Ta

Slow Death after the Fast I4fe. '

It's Over: When there isn't a

jeafous bone left in your bodv.i.

When you start losing interest in instead
stead instead of sleep.. .When she calls
up and her words haven't the old
music. .When you regret the

money you spent on aer instead

of the time. ..When you decide

you re Diggern ootn ot 'em I. .-When
When .-When you take a That's Thattl-


Ingrates Are Like This: One
who believes in Santa Claus only
If you're playing the part. .. .A
guy, who after he becomes a hit,
forgets whose ladder he used..
Mark Twain put it this way: Some
men make friends. Others exoect

friends to make them

"Civa my btef tonrua to Shuftx f m aatint
at Monahan'ir ,

Imitators: People who ride to
success because someone else had

the right ticket. .One who event eventually
ually eventually finds out there is no substi substitute
tute substitute for talent. ..One who steals
a talent's act but can't swipe an
act's talent. ." .One who is never

too jealous of your talent to theft
U. .One who isn't talented e-nt-ugh
to go into business for him himself..
self.. himself.. .Imitator: One who never

has to worry about anybody steal

ing his acu

Nixon agreed. It was obvious he
had been studying the matter. Fin Finally
ally Finally Nixon said:
" 'Til be ready to rule when I

come back to the chair from lunch

at about 2 p.m."
At 2 p.m.. however. Nixon beck

oned to -Anderlon on the Senate

floor to come lp to the rostrum

The debate was in progress. The

public had no idea what was hap

"Don't let him make his i s ut ut-ry,"
ry," ut-ry," he whispered, feferring to
Humphrey; ."until ( I get' my pa papers.
pers. papers. I -want to go into this very
carefully." t; t ,
Anderson hurried over to; Hum-

pprey,, wnisDsreo: Hold'; your

Clark of Philadelphia 'was jtha
first, to pick up the idea of introduc
tag a resolution to outlet- Rulf 22
on filibustering on .the., hasis ot
Nixon's ruling that, it -was i un-'
constitutional. Nixon shoed Clark
fiye drafts of his statement, af
written in longhand. The fifth wai,

read before the Senate... Judge D.
c C..I.J u tt: i..

u. oawni, w iiiuuu vnKressinaB,
elected from ralifnrnla. hsM ta

the House of Representatives to
hear Ike Near East message. Ha
found a seat on the center aisle.

shook hands i with ? 'Chief- Justice
Warren and various Senators ; as
they walked down the aisle, r.
Somebody quipped,, :'-M A thorn' be between
tween between two roses,'- when tney saw

ben. sarry uoidwater -ot Arizona
seated between Justice Tom Clark
and new Sen. Frank Chureh of
Idaho at the special joint session.
.r The two Texas' leaders,' Johnson
and Rayburn; who thought .thev

had knocked the Democratic Ad

visory Committee out of existence
by refusing' to sit on. it. found

themselves : with (heir tails be between
tween between their legs' at breakfast last
week with the same Advisory Con)
mittee they had spurned. v
Everyone wss very polite, : but
if there had been any pie at the
breakfast they would have eaten

it r-humblv. they had outfoxed

themselves. If they had remained
on the Committee, thev would have

controlled U- out of. 20 votes a

majority. Instead, 1 they were on
the outside,., looking in, with no
-control.- Wv 5J,.V;?-VV"i
Harry Truman was polite, but'
quite firm. He made it clear that
the Advisory Committee wasn't
going to disband just because tut
two Texas leaders boycotted it.
'We are not going to do any;,
thing that anyone has to worry a-

bouV he said in the closed -door
conference. "But this Committeo
is going to continue." 1
At another session, however, the
Committee proceeded to take an
indirect slap at Senate leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon Johnson. It called for the abo

lition of Senate Rule 22 on1 pro

tecting tne filibuster, though
Johnson had just championed it.
Mrs. Roosevelt.. Gov. Averell Har

riman. of New York, and 4 Gov.
"Soapy" Williams of Michigan I

were the most emphatic that this

stand De taken.
"We have a platform." said Mrs.

Roosevelt, "with, a specific nrovi-

slon for majority rule. I think it is
important that we call attention to
that platform during he Senate
discussion of Rule IS..":.
House To Resume
Probo Info Profits
0.1 Pl:n Prcd::c(;n

WASHINGTN.. Jan. 15 (UP)

noti-.vhe House Armed Services inves

tigaung subcommittee is exoecrH
to resume : its inquiry early this
year into profits on military plane
production.' ; ? i
The subcommittee, last year.

disclosed that, special bonuses,

horses.. Don't move until he

The debate droned on! Finally
Anderson saw a clerk bring some
papers to the Vice, President, He
edeed over to the rostrum and
whispered: "Are you ready?"

Nixon nodded Anderson cava advertising and

the signal to Humphrey, and thelcontributiona were being charged
Senator from Minnesota asked the to the government as costs of

quesuon wnicn gsve XNixon a

chance tn advise that part of Rule
22 on filibustering was unconstitu


Probable result of the ruling:

(1) Win a hu bloc of Neero votes

for N.-xOn in his ambition for I960:
(2) ensure passage of a Civil
Rights Bill whether the fi'buster.
tag is changed or not,

Many papers buried it. but Jo

McCarthy took a terrific varhat

belt at new Supreme Court Just.

tee William j. Brennan shortly af after
ter after Joe got out of the hospital.' R

makina military nlanes.

A resumption of the investiga investigation
tion investigation is expected as soon as tho
subcommittee is formally reor

ganized in the new Congress

in a report, last year,, the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee concluded that orofits

on military Diana nroduetinn "ah

tte average'' : were pot excessive.

mi the investigators criticized
he defense deoartment fo thai

lack of a clearcut policy on what
bonuses, if any, should be charged

-u government as eosts -oa
plane contracts. :
Chairman w Uwirf' vvrf

(D-La) said he was "stunned" bt

mivunj iiciu Enueir Drennin in mi wimi k w:M :

Maw; juitices. They like iSSTS
don't like Joe ... New Senator Joe official.

Overheard tch tchst between
Hollywood starlets:
"I'm getting married!"
"Whose is he?"
If my heart had wings
It would see but you.
If H had sight
-..It would see but you. ....
' If tt had a voice
- It would call to you.
If if wore wise
- It would hide from you.
Frescos Rodman.

"Your column in the Cincinnati

Enquirer commenting so favorab

ly on Ingrid Bergman especially

attracted my attention' because I

am in the midst of reading 'Fab 'Fabulous
ulous 'Fabulous Life of Sarah Bernhardt by
Louis Veraeuil. Today Sarah Bern

hardt Is Judged, ss one of the

world s great actresses regardless

of what ner personal life was sup

posed to nave doco. se wny nas
the press been so harsh to Ingrid,
who is truly a great artist on the

sense and wno has en' a-aloe
millions? Respectfully. Cb a s-


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Military Matters

Answer to Provloua Punla

From George Sokolsky'f pillar

in the Los Angeles Herald Ex

press: It u like oa Brcadway

where a eeieDnty is a par cm wno
has been so puffed by W. Winchell

that be defensively has become aa

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LT. COL. CHARLES A. ROWAN, Adjutant General Section. -.
Headquarters : USAKCARIB, presents Department of the ;
Army award and check to Mrs. Mayra, f Caropresso for her ;
recently adopted suggestion to save working space in the test- ;
ing section at the pSSt of Corozal. Mrs. Caropreso employed in.
the Civilian Personnel Division at Corozal. administers tests
to civilian applicants or clerical positions with tjggjfo,

Baffling Death Of. US.' Pilot.
In Dominican Republic Eyed

Collector Giving
Away World's
Largest Painting
BALTIMORE. Md., Jan., 15

(UP). Art collector wsmam

Iiaussner -has aeciaeo. w give

away one or nis paintings, ne

couldn't find a place to nan? ir.

Iiaussner acquired the painting,
Pantheon de la Guerre,'? in 1952

for about $3,400. It was pa intra

in France during World war I as

tribute to the Allies.
iTh'e' French,-being an emotional

people, got carried away with the
tribute. They ended up with the
world's largest painting.
As a circus tent, the canvas
might have been a success, but

as a work of art it has been a

white elephant. It is not the sort
of thing a man could bang over
his mantel for purposes of aes

thetic contemplation.

Larger than a football field, It

is 402 feet, long and covers 18.Q00

square feet of Belgian linen. It

depicts some 6,000 life-size fig

ures, including such Americans as

Woodrow Wilson,. Theodore Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, General Pershing and Sam

uel Gompers.
The picture had been gathering
dust here for about 20 years when
Iiaussner obtained possession by

paying back storage fees.
It, finally proved too much for
him : and the Liberty Memorial
Assn. in Kansas City, Mb., agreed
to take it off his hands. s

The association plans to cut It

up and mount it in Memorial
Hall. Several tons of steel fixtures

win be included in the bargain.

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 1 (UP)
The state department has request requested
ed requested the Dominican Government to
continue searching for. a 23-year-

old United States pilot despite of
claims, that I

Efominican pilot- was alleged to

thave confessed to nis aeam m
suicide note, it was disclosed to-
flay. j; . ".:
A-The VIS- pilot. Gerald Murphy
i Of Eugene, Oregon, h been
missing since Dec. when his
car was found outside, eluded
: Trujille en a bluff everloeking
shark-infested waters.
r 'f Officials did "not rule out political
reasons for his disappearance.
They said the United States em embassy
bassy embassy in the Dominican capital is
following the case "with keen in interest."
terest." interest." '. .. TT
ft(inaU here 'said that the ig

nited States embassy in the Do Dominican
minican Dominican capital was informed that
nptavio de la Mazaa well-known

Dominican puot, had confessed to
murHer in a suicide note

to his wife.1 The, two men forked
;vtor the government-owned Domini

can airlines

Pohunia l-n9


. H. Harms, manager of the
New York office of the Panama
Canal company, who has spent
the past week in the Canal Zone
on official business, Is among
the 62 passengers scheduled to
sail Saturday for New York a a-board.
board. a-board. the Panama liner Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. He is accompanied by Mrs.
Harms:. 1
passengers booked for Port-au-Prince,
Haiti, are Frederick
T. Blen, R. Dickson and Paul
Larose. (
The complete advance passen passen-rer
rer passen-rer list for New York follows:
Arnold Bernstein: Stephen B.
Botsferd; William R. Bull; Mr.
and Mrs. Cornelius Callaghai;
Mrs. Edward Carlson and
daughter; Mrs. Ruth Carpenter;
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carvel;
Mrs. -Mary Catedge;- Miss Vera
Daley; Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Oar Oar-ben;
ben; Oar-ben; Rev. WUliam J. Oerrity;
Mr. and' Mrs. James T. Gordon:
Miss .Martha Ouber; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward H. Harms; Mr and
Mrs. John L. Hendrickson; Mr,
and Mrs. Frank J. Hubner;" and
Mr. and MrSy Henry JKahn ....
Mr.-and Mrs. Charles L. Lat Latham;
ham; Latham; Mr, knd. Mrs. David Leav Leav-ltt;
ltt; Leav-ltt; Mr. an Mrs. Sydney McLean-
Mr' and Mrs. Harold A
z Mognl and daughter. 17; Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Moran; Mr. and Mrs.
Richard- O'Brien; ; '-'
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Park-
- er; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peck;
Mrs. jettie Price; Mr. and Mrs.
Lattrance See; Mr. and Mrs.
Percy L. Spencer and 2 children;
Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght C- Squires;
Mrs. Helen Steffens; Mr., and
Mrs; Thornton A. Stepo and 3

children; Mr. and Mrs. James
H. Stryker; and Mr. and Mrs.
John Li Sugar.: -.
San Juan Crackdown
On Dope Snares 39

Murphy's disappearance and the
subsequent explanation of hit
death have stirred public opinion
in Oreffon. ?

Oregon Senator Wayne Morse

and Congressman Charles O. Por

ter of Murphy's district have told
the state department to view the
Dominican government's explana

tion with "skepticism" and not to

consider the case closed.1"

Information here about the case

has been inconclusive
Although the Dominican govern
ment was reported to' have an

nounced De. la Maza's suicide and

his confession note some days ago,

Dominican ambassador J o a q u l n
E. Zalazar yesterday professed
complete ignorance about t h e


United States officials were

known to have been informed by

the Dominican 'government that

de la Maza hangfd himself in jaif

after having been arrested in con connection
nection connection with Murphy's disappear

ance. He was supposed, to have

taken his life out of remorse.

Ky. Senator Urges j T
L'ev Republicanism
NKW YORK, Jan. 15 (UP)!

Sen. Thruston B. Morton (R-Ky.)

advised fellow Republicans to today
day today to embrace President Elsen Elsenhower's
hower's Elsenhower's "modern Republicanism!
if they want their party to sur survive.
vive. survive. He offered" this advice hi a
speech prepared for delivery be before
fore before the Women's National Re Republican
publican Republican Club.
"The American people have
twice given Dwight Eisenhower
a resounding mandate to for

mulate and actively pursue a
philosophy of our party and
government which he has. call called
ed called 'modern Republicanism',"
Morton said.
"If tncre is going to be any
Republicanism at all we had

better, realize this immediately
and act accordingly."
He said the 1956 election, re results
sults results showed "many instances
where candidates reluctant. to
make their stand with the ad administration
ministration administration record fared badly
or were defeated, while those
willing, to stand squarely with
that record demonstrated the
appeal and power it possessed."

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FRANTIC FRENCH A Parisian girl Js whirled through the
air by her partner during a rock 'n' v roll-session at, of all
places, the Mozart Studios in Paris. Though it doesn't look it,
the Continental version of the fad is reported to be milder

xnan lis American counierparu

Sccut' News

International Bey- Scouts
Readying For Annual Campo'ree
Tentative plans ,. are being
made by the local .council, In International
ternational International Boy Scouts of the
Canal for their annual
Camporee, slated to be held at
the Partlso Elementary aciiool
grounds on Feb. -10. i
Last year's camporee held at
Camp Bierd, was an outstanding
success with over 326 boys and
leaders participating. It is ex expected
pected expected that this year's -camporee
should be even better attended
aince'teh boy ; membership has
increased by more than 100, giv giving
ing giving thd organization a present
membership of over 700 boys.
As in past years the Camporee
s being sponsored in, the town town-site
site town-site that the public may have
an opportunity to see these boys
put into actual practice some of
the skills taught them durfng
the year. It also gives the boy
his chance' to' show his friends
how well prepared he Is to take
care of himself in the outdoors.


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A city-wide anti-narcotics drive
Betted 39 peddlers ta the past 12
hours authorities announced., to today.
day. today. "-' :
Commonwealth-treasury agents
ender the command of Pedra. M.
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i" woodites Are Talking About: Pro

ducer Samuel Goldwyns defense
"of the new and liberal changes in
the film censorship code. Gold-
"wyn, always noted for his good
taste in celluloid, believes the new
eode "will now give picture-mak--ers
a wider range that will bring

i films closer to the stage in artistic

. and dramatic content.

The tug of war between ABC

and NBC over Bing Crosby's TV

services. He's checking out of

CBS they dropped his radio
how but he says he's interested

in doing "only one or two TV

Dhows a year."

Betsy Drake, wife of Cary Grant
finally admitting she's the "B.
Winkle" who wrote the original
story of Gary's new Paramount
movie, "Houseboat." She denied
authorship to me, and all other

Hollywood scribes, wnen it was
rumored last spring ... Hollywood
predictions that lngrid Bergman
will return to Movietown based on
the reviews she's getting in "A "A-nastasia."
nastasia." "A-nastasia." Nothing but praise ...
Recently divorced Jack Lemmon
dating Mona Knox ... That mar marquee
quee marquee mirth on a Hollywood theater:

worry about increasing film pro production
duction production in Europe by American
companies. It's tough on Hollywood-based
actors ... Maggie Mc Mc-Namara
Namara Mc-Namara and her hubby, David
Swift, calling it a day ... Dinah
Shore's "goodwill tour" of 10 U.S.

cities during the month of Janua-i
ry. She'll broadcast her TV show
from four of them. i

Kleiner's TV Notebook..

Written for NEA Service

Rathborn Deplores Type-Casting;
Samon Declares War On TV Films

David Niven's, looking-backward
note that he played a Mexican in
his first movie job. The film was
a "Hopalong Cassidy" western
and Niven was i south-of-the-bord-er
heavy complete with serape

ana uoppy somorero.

Mona Freeman, the perennial a-

aoiescent, maicmg an all-out bid

tor menacing shady-lady roles.
Says Mona: "From now on

want to be the gal who steals some

one else's husband."

The film debut of the Met's

grand opera comedy king, Salva Salva-tore
tore Salva-tore Baccaloni, in Judy Holiday's
new comedy, "Full of Life." He
doesn't sing but his role of a big-

time contractor may make him an
Oscar contender at 320 pounds
Hollywood's biggest.

Strasberg'g carved-by-herself ca career.
reer. career. She's the daughter of Actors
Studio Director Lee Strasberg and
hie uell-lrhniun urlf. Cnla

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Van Johnson in
John Derek in

"My parents wanted me to take
up some other line of endeavor.
However, they didn't stand in my
way when I insisted on becoming
an actress. But my father and
mother certainly didn't push me

into the theater or films.

me nouywooa aoii auDDed as a

' test case ": tested by Fox. retest

ed by Paramount and detested by

everyone in Hollywood.

ri unRitN'5 revival of a

story about Mervyn LeRoy, pres
ident of the Hollywood Park race

rack. He once gave Jack Warner

a tip on a horse but warned him:

"Don't tell anybody. It'll ruin the

Warner bet on the nag next day
and it finished 12th. A few hours
later LeRoy received a telegSajn
from Warner which read:
"Now can I tell?"

Pier Angeirs medics assuring
her that she is in good health but

nixing plane trips while she's wait-iag-for
her June tor date. The
order fwill separate Pier and hub-

in Sophia Loren s
Italian producer

by Vie Damone for weeks at 'a

time until the baby arrives

The Mr. Big
private diary
Carlo Ponti.

Continues Today

Counting was the clue to expert

defense in today s nana, am, we

defenders should nave neen giv

en no chance to defeat tne aiam


West ooened the queen of Clubs

anH declarer won in dummy with

the ace. South drew inree rounai

nf tnimDj. ruffed dummy s ,.,re-

mninino rlnb cashed the top dia

monds and threw East in with the

third round of diamonds,
F.ast was tempted to return

heart, since it was clear that' a

Muh or riiamom' return would al

low declarer to ruff in one hand

and discard in the other. If East

had returned a heart, South would
have played for the honors to be
split and could have picked up
both the queen and the jack. This

would nave given mm jus wain
contract. ; ;
East avoided this trap by count counting
ing counting out declarer's hand. It was
clear that South bad started with
only five trumps, with only three
diamonds, and with only a single singleton
ton singleton club. Hence, South was sure
to have four hearts. If the hearts
were solid, no defense could de

feat he contract. If the hearts
were not solid, a ruff and a dis

card would allow declarer to dis-.

card only one of his four hearts
and would still leave him with a
losing heart. East therefore re returned
turned returned a diamond, giving South
his ruff and discard, but defeat defeating
ing defeating the slam contract. ii
Esfr deserves eredit for defeai-

w;thes slam, but be' should,, noti

hare been given tne opportunity.

North and South should nave
nlaved their slam in hearts in

stead of spades. They would lose

a heart trick, but there would be

no need to give up a diamond. De

clarer could cash the ace and king

of hearts and then run the spades
in order to discard dummy's los losing
ing losing diamond on the fifth spade.

Thl illustrates the sdvantage of

playing with a trump suit di divided
vided divided 4-4.


'NEW YORK (NEA) An actor

who is versatile is courting oblivl

on. That's the gloomy picture from

non-Eloomy Basil Rathbone, a ver

satile actor who has a long way

to go before reaching even South


What eat him started talking a-

bout the dire results of too broad

talent was his role as Scrooge

in NBCTV's musical version of

"The Christmas Carol" cauea

The Stingiest Man In Town." mis

was his first singing part but he
was ready. ,
'I'v heen readv to Sing for

years," he says with a Rathbonian

smile. "W i,ngianu, wjicu woo
learning to be an actor, I had to

learn everything about my craft.
Everyone did. Took singing les lessons,
sons, lessons, dancing lessons, fencing les


"W learned to be aciors. : not

nemonalities. Here, especially In

Hollywood, an actor is a person-,
niitv. Thev write a story for a

.- L-. U.

particular acior, oecause hc

type. So often when tney cast me
for a part, it's not because I m
a good actor but because I fit their
idea of what the character is like

they've got a Rathbone type
character, so they get Rathbone.
You can die before they'll let you

show what 'else you can ao.

In Enffland. versatility is ine

way to fame. Here, versatility is
4k. M),v in nhlivinn

uic vrnj

To av ic on Hatnnone inniRs. i

steD un. He's getting to pla:

naris nthr than the sneering,- cul

tured heavy -"Or. TV, I've been
a bank robber, a nicely crazy old

man ana some oiner uus,
now Scrooge."


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Brass Architects Start Tests :
Trimming ArmyToA-Rcadincss

FT. ORIS Calif.- fUPWAmerl-

ca s atomic age; -army.f a trim.N

lasi-movine teant with" a mini

mum of firepower, Is being" blue-

primea nere by an expert group

or. mimary arcnitects witn their

eyes on the future.
. These are th mm nt ih TTR

Army's combat developments and

experimentation c e nt e r, com'

manded "by Brig. Gen.' Frederick
W. Gibb, one of the nation's top

military planners. ;


Groucho Marx j Fl"enburg

BASDL RATHBONE AS "SCROOGE": Was tuned up for years,

secret of her whispered words has

been kept until now. This is her re

mark: "The sun is veryhot, no?"
Scoop! ..."

Groucho Marx alienated many of

tne assemblage with his too-caustic

wit. One woman went over to him
and said, "Groucho, it's uch a

pleasure to see you in person." To

which Groucho growled, "Madam.

it'd more of a pleasure if you got

out oi nere. ;
For every friend Groucho lost.

his daughter, MeHnda, made one.
She was the belle of the swim, swim,-ming
ming swim,-ming pool incjjdentally, she's a
good swimmer' and replied to the

inevitable question about her age

with, "I'm 10V4, going on 10 3-4."

Johnny Ray practiced on the

trampolin, without breaking any anything.
thing. anything. Once, he was cornered by a

group of girls. I ye got my hear

ing aid off,' he said, "but I warn
you that I'm pretty good at read reading
ing reading lips."
Laraine Day and Jinx Falken Falken-burg
burg Falken-burg showed off the fanciest ward wardrobes,
robes, wardrobes, with Jinx red and black
striped bathing suit getting oohs
and ahs from male and female a a-like.
like. a-like. Laraine charmed the guests
with her graclousness. Leo Duro Duro-cher'played
cher'played Duro-cher'played cards for five days..

upera is a lougn way to mane a
buck. Joseph Mordino, a top tenor

Who sang with cauas in Chicago,

and had the leads in the first two

NBC-TV Opera Theatre produc

tions; wasn t singing during the

late tail. But the bills kept com

ming in, so Mordino worked at the

New York Post Office, as a -tem
porary helper during the pre

Christmas rush.


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The contracts that Rathbone and

the others In "The Stingiest Man"
cast signed, Incidentally, are un

usual. They're five year pacts,

meaning .that there's a good

chance the musical wul be re repeated.
peated. repeated. Or else, it's, possible that
the show will be converted into a

Broadway 5 musical or a movie,

with the cast kept as intact as pos possible,
sible, possible, 't'h 1. V'1' Vf ( .V-?: V
A couple of hundred of the lop

NBC executives, a few dozen of
the network's glitteriest stars and

about 1350.000 of its choicest dol

lars gathered in the new Ameri

cana Hotel in Miami Beach, r ia.,
to help celebrate NBC's 30th an anniversary.
niversary. anniversary. It was an intimate lit little
tle little party.
From a business standpoint,

these were the highlights:
President Robert Sarnoff declar declared
ed declared war on films both features
and syndicated film shows with

the natural desire to keep televi

sion five for the network s sake.
Sarnoff also announced that NBC
would produce live programs, av available
ailable available to the. nation's educational

There'll also be some major re realignment
alignment realignment of the network's pro program
gram program schedule a daytime jug juggling
gling juggling act, moving Home" to the
morning, adding "The Price Is

Right" and "Truth or Conse

quences and lie lac uougn- in
the 11-12:30 bracket. More chang

es will follow.
And, beginning in January, "To-

nieht" will have a new format-

Steve Allen will leave, and the show

will become a sort of Early, Early
"Today." with news, comentat-

ors and a pot pourrl of features.
Producer Dick Linkroum says It'll
be "a picture of America after


Some of the newsmen present

managed to persuade Gina Lollo-

brigida to pose with them. She

nnsorl nrettilv. hut laid nothing.

until she turned and whispered jl
somethine to this writer. The oth-1

er reporters begged and pleaded
to know what she said, but the I



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The storv of a family's urlv secret and the stark mo

ment that thrust their private lives into public view! Mitch

"No matter what you think... youre the baby's rather
not me!' Lucv "I'll he faithful to Kyle's name even if I
cant to his love!" Kyle "Yon call yourself my best friend
hut wiu trr to steal my wife!' Marylee "How lonr can I
waft. MHrh, feellnr the wav I do!" See "WRITTEN ON
THE WIND," In Technicolor, starring Rock Hudson, Lauren
Ram 11. Robert Stark anil Dorothy Malone which OPENS

Their job: To tea? un the iut-

dated texts of 'military tactics and

write a new book on how the in

fantry must operate against the
enemy in an atomic battle.
itiihh m astir .eritr am Aft irsao e1A

' uiuwi aa BUiror'vu,uuf i TO'J cat "V1U
West Pointer,- said today he will
start next month with the first
actual field tests of new tactics

on the 'sprawling, 198,000 acre

Hunter Leggett military reserva
f ion south of here: '
Tests in Field -,

- Using the men of Ft. Ord's WthJ

Regimental Combat Team as

guinea pig troops, Gibb and; his

staff of. about 100 military experts

and civilian scientists : will take

them into the field, for series
of mock-war exercises.1

"We propose to start' the ex

periments with platoon and company-sized
units and gradually

work up to battalion,1 regiment
and full division operations," Gibb

In the hills and canyons they

will skirmish over and over with

different types of unit organiza

tion, weapons and techniques until

they can decide which combina combination
tion combination can fight,' survive and wrin

the war of atomic cannon and nu

clear missiles. ' ::.

The new tactics, the general ex

plained, are being built around the

so-called "P e n t a n a concept'

which was recently announced by

the Pentagon. It calls for whit-

tled-down divisions of five regi

ments each, with the maximum

killing power per man and the

nimble m o b 1 1 i t y of a guerrilla


This eliminates the old concept
of masses of men backed by

masses of materiel with as short

as possible supply lines.

operate in a greatly expanded
combat zone to achieve the dis-
personal necessary to cut atomic
casualties. .
Each unitj be it a platoon "or a
division, must be a We to jump
quickly to the attack from relaA
tively far behind the front line in
order to follow up an atomic blow
at the enemv with an inftra

iriop-up. Then it must as quick!-

disperse again W keep from offer offering
ing offering the enemy a concentrated tar target.
get. target. One thing is certain to be held

over, Gibb said. That is the foot foot-soldier's
soldier's foot-soldier's standby-4he foxhole.
"The foxhole is here tn atav"

he said. "It will be ,the most im important
portant important protection the. soldier ha

m nuclear battle," s

ine Army is even coming up
with an improvement; It is exper

imenting with various types of
foxhole' covers with v- a special,
treated cloth designed to protect
thA flnlriier. from ...r art! itlnn. nA


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Travel by Air

The new Army will be made up

of small, seit-sumcient groups

which will rely chiefly on planes

or helicopters for mobility. It wiu

Supreme Soviet
To Feb. 5,
To OK 5-Year Pkn

MOSCOW. Jan. 15 (UP). The

Supreme Soviet, Russia's highest

legislative body, wiu meei ieo.

It was expected to approve re

visions to the Soviet Union's

five-year plan which were, or

dered last montn dv tne plenum

of the Communist Party central
committee.. It was admitted at
that time that the goals of the
plan were too ambitious and a
cutback In capital expenditure

was necessary.
At the same time, the Su

preme Soviet was expected to
reprove the Soviet Union's

budget for fiscal 1957.
There was little 'indication

here that the nation's highest

elected council would take up
other matters. The Supreme So Soviet
viet Soviet has the power to replace
and appoint new members to
the government.


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4:30 What'a Your Favorite (rft
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9:30 News :;' :
6:35 What's Tour F a t e r 1 1
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0:00 Allen Jackson (News)
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
9:30 On sta g Am e ri e ft
T:00 Interlude For Music
VOA Report From UJB.
1:00 World Of Ja j
3:30 Lift With The Lyons
:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
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10:30-r-Music From Hotel EI Faa


10:45 Temple Of Dreams

li:00 Concert Under The Stars
13:00-Sign Off, ; 1 I

Tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. II
6:00 Sign OB Alarm Cloe,
Club (requests taken b
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Morning Salon concert
: 15 Church In The Wild wood
3:30 Musical Reveille
:00 News
0:15 Sacred. Heart
0:30 Paris Star Time

10.00 News
10:15 Spins and Needles (ri

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tlU 1:30)

11:00 News

11:05 Spins QdxNfll
11:30 .Meet The Xntertalnejr
12:00 Mews
U:05 Lunch time Melodies
CALK (Nescafe)
13:30 Sweet And Hot
i:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 French In The Air
2:00 Tex BenekeShow
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Music For You
3:00 Hank Snow 'And KM
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show -3:30
Music For Wednesday
4:00 Feature Reyiew
; 4:30 What'a Your Fayoriti
(requests taken by
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News ..
1:35 What's Your Faveritf
1:00 AUen Jackson (Newt)
REVIEW (Pabst Beer) -3:30
Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy
7:80 VOA Report From VJL
3:00 Music By Roth 1
1:30 Musical Theater
1:00 You Asked For it (re
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tlU7:30) WVnoam

10:30 Cavalcade Of Amerlra

11:00 Concert Under The Stan
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UN REPRESENTATIVES VISIT PANAMA Shown with President Ernesto de la Guirdl -4
reDr David Owen, evecutive chairman UI Technical Aid Gommittee bf the United Nations ;;
and Dr. Raymond Etchats, regional representative Xor Mexico, Central America and Panama,
who are i Sk here,: With the President and the visitor are Dr. Jorge Ulueca permanent
U.N; representative from Panama, and Juvenal Castrellon of the Panama Foreign Ministry. j

A new spot was tried Saturday night for the big annual 'Christeiai tree burning, at XM
Ciimbres "Even with the golf tournament drawing off mny enthusiastic townsfolk, jnj
their friends, some 250 denizens and their families lined. up. for arm on polio at th

town's new roadside estauram
' The new tavern Is the dream dream-child
child dream-child of an eight-year resident
Mr. R, Castrellon, who decided the
village needed a more formal re recreation
creation recreation spot than its neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood clubhouse. '
Castrellon also had the idea the
populace of the Canal Zone and
Pantma aty would-like to drive
out to family place in the coun
try." And ne thougnt a wcauuu
short distance toward -Colon from
the Seminario de San Jose at the
tnn nf th hill mi2ht .be a con
venient stopping place for people
coming from the Atlantic side.
So La Hacienda was built, in the
, open ranch type style now popu;
lr in the 'States, but combined
with many Panama features.
su;.nter snd iackets were torn
fortable. at the altitude of Las
x Cunibres; on thd night: of the
' t'burnlng.V. So diners got a, bang
out of the open rotisserie where
the chickens ior Panama's, most
famous, dish,, were-jbeing roaswa
' before their' eye's.'.
The restaurant is a simple
place. It plans to specialize in
just a few dishes --roast chicken
and steaks, n the side there'll
be food produced in Pthama, such
as plantains fixed in various ways,
delicious little pastries, fresh veg vegetables
etables vegetables and other fruits. j
lit. Castrellon thinks it's foolish
in rv fruit salad out of a can
when there's so much good fruit
grewn right here.
Hit paying guests of last Satur Saturday
day Saturday seconded his ideas as they en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed their meal washed down
with beet on draft.
, As the chowline waned, the kids
who d collected even more
trees than the 78 homes in Las
Curabres yielded gathered around
the big pile and set off the bon bon-flre.
flre. bon-flre. Marshmallows were roasted l
and burned on long sncxs ana
brought in triumphantly for par
cnts to samole.
Smaller fry played Where
grown-ups could keep an eye on
them. Castrellon has put in a big
sandbox under a bonio xor ine
crawlers and toddlers.
Als there are ponies to amuse
the elder children.
Hamr: Peart received lots of
congratulations for his successful
party. -'
Among- those who enjoyed it
mcst was. "former mayor" W. R.
Byrd and his wife .Mildred who
brought-their five .- month old
daughter.-There was e prize, but
little Anne was- the undisputed
"youngest" at the burning. She
seemed to enjoy it.
Other families spotted with their
kids included the Dick Richards,
the Victor Carters, the Keith
Yorka and the Gordon Daltons.
Mr: and Mrs. Ross Newland had
eome over from Margarita. They
were at a table which included
Mr. and Mrs, iuia Martini.
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Walter H. Sims, a pioneer Las
Cumbrkiah, met several friends he
had not seen in years among thoe
who came out from town tor ut
Everybody had a bang-up good
time. -b
Cocktail Party
Given For Coffee Queen
The Ambassador o f Colombia
and Mrs. Raul H. Barrios gave a
cocktail party at the Union Club
yesterday in Jionor of Miss Anau Anau-da
da Anau-da Alfaro. Panama's Coffee Queen.
Miss Alfaro will leave with ber
court for Manizales, Colombia,
where she will take part in the
continental Coffee Queen contest.
Ambassador of Peru
Gives Barbecue Card-Party
V ThejAmbsssador ;of ;Pert anl
Mrs. German Aramburu gave a
barbecue supper foilowed byf a
card party at-thesEmbaisyrcsi-
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dence last night
Minister' ef Foreign
Relations .Entertains
At Union Club 'f
The Minister of Foreien Rela
tions gave a luncheon yesterday
at the Union Club in honor of Da David
vid David Owen, Chairman of the Tech
nical Aid .Committee of the United
Among (hose who attended were
Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro, Dr. Octavio
Fabrega, Raymond Echarts, Dr,
Jorge Ulueca, Rep. CamiloLevy
balcedo, Rep. Miguel J. Moreno
Jr., Mario de Diego, Esteban C C-nales,
nales, C-nales, Rep. Jose Guillermo Aizpu,
Alfonso Tejeira, Diogenes de- la
Rosa, Dr. Alberto Bissot Jr., Rep.
Jose Maria Abello, Dr. Luis Hoscb
and Juvenal Castrellon.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Walcott
The office staff of Mr. Roger
Wolcott, and their wives, were
entertained at a cocktail party in
the home of. Mr. .and Mrs. wol
Mr. Wolcott is Audiovisual Ad
visor to Panama, Division of Ag
Point; Four program. Mr.' p
Mrs. Wolcott live .in the Urraca
Apts.i .BeUa Visu.
Mrs. Meyden Mr. McMurray '.
Henered at Buffet -!
' Mr. and- Mrs. William "Lewis
Simpson entertained with a buffet;
supper pn .Friday evening at their
home in Las Cumbres- in honor of
Peggy MacMurray Mayden a a, J
her brother John MacMurray.
Peggy Mayden la the wife' ofl
CoL James D. Mayden of Hamil
ton Field; San' Francisco. She' and
te brother, John, who is h e r e
from Philadelphia, are visiting
their mother MnC S. MacMur
ray of La Cresta.


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Lhm 9.00 U tit m-
Cristobal Em Warn Club
Prepares Per
Installation Of Officers
The Cristobal Emblem Club Np.
52 held, their reaular business
meeting Tuesday evening at the
Elk's Home in Brazos Heights.
, Memorial services were held ior
Mrs. Madelaine Tuttle, recently
departed sister. Mrs. Dotha Cough-
er; presidmg over ner last meet meeting,
ing, meeting, presented each officer with .a
gift and each member with a cor cor-saee.
saee. cor-saee. Mrs. Jav Cain. Marium
White, Millie Reccia and Doth a

uougner, wno ceiepraie inturc HuU oiner areas were-vi-
birthdays during January, receIv-L,tB(.; studied, and ohotographed.

d corsages. rv vv?v m
Mrs. 1 Elaine Heyd and Millie
Reccia won the ."white elephants!'
ind' Mrs. Betty Fears won the
"Come and Get It' V Those in at-
tendance were: Dotha C 0 ug h er,
Marium White; Jeanne Bans en,
Faye Day, Jane' Huldtquist, Millie
Reccia. Evelvn KODerski. Virginia
Rgsson, Tessie Lowe; s Geraldine
Cellucc), Gwen D e T o re, Bttty
Merry, Eiame Heya,. ranny isap-
lan, Jay, Cain, Gertrude Allgaier,
Mary Livingston', Midge tarrison,
Vera Fagerberg, Ehha Scheibe,
Dorothy v5 HCrolx; and Betty
Fears. ;.''';,.;":' '''.-
It was announced that the fhsral
lation .of, officers for the iwhing
year wm, be held Saturday, Jan.
19, at the Elk's- Home, followed by
a buffet d life. Reservations
maybe made by tailing Mr. Fan Fanny
ny Fanny Kaplan at Coco Solo 340.-'J, '
Mf. and Mrs. Hauseman '
Feted At Cecktail Party .,
Miss Rebecca Barnhart, 1 1 e-
mentary Methods Specialist, DivK
sion of Education;' and Miss E-
vangeline Ornes. Elementary
Demonstration' Teacher. -also Divt
program, entertained at t cocktai'
dvu v auuvawvui a vstait vvus
inn M lTHiaiiAtt Pnttif V a it e
party in honor of Mr. and Mrs
Henrv Hautaman. Jr.. and Mrt
Henry Hauseman. , I
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Mr. and Mrs. Hauseman Jr.,
and' Mrs. Henry: Hauseman are
visiting Panama te see. their son,
Sp". Robert Hauseman. who 'h
-J stationed at Ft. Clayton. ,.
Mrs. Birdtall
Viitt Pueite- Arwtuelles
Mrs. Benjamin Birdsall left tov
day : for Puerto"1 ArmotlleS where
she will be visiting old friends in
the Chlriqul Land Company Divi Division.
sion. Division. She expects to be gone for
only a few days.
Mrs. fiirdsan Js the wife ef Dr,
Benjamin J.- Birdsall. Chief ef
rteia party, civision. bf Agnew-
ture ana natural Resources, point
CContineed eat yaga I)


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tack toffee for iacluiiea in this
celums sheuld be suamitted ia
tyMwritte forie a4 mailad
mt tkt bn aumkars littae daily t
and Othtrwira.'Ver deliver
-ei ky hand te the etfica. Neticaa
naatlnsi wnri' he accepted r
"faederwater In Panama"
W1R So Subjett Of Telk j .L' ;
Af lUatorar Hlsterv Soc etv
' The 260th' meeting at ; the1 Pan'a-
ma Canal Natural Mistorv Society
will be, held at the.Gorgas Memo Memo-ra
ra Memo-ra Lilaboratory, Panama City, at
-o.m.-Wdnesday. Jan23.
. The.'subject for the lecture ;ill
be:.Uhderwater in Panama"
An intimate study of the marine
wonderland in '.the "Sea Around
tseea thraueh the medium of
a .unique, dramatic collection c(
movies ana color suaes maae oy
one of the most skilled and enthusiastic-
prsetioners; of the art of
skin diving to have dedicated his
talents to this vfasclnating' field.
Anthanv P. Mann, nresently su-
pertlsory 'Civil Engineer ; in the
engineering Division me rana
ma Canal Company, has an excel
lent' bacKground -and training for
his fascinating and,; at times times-hazardous
hazardous times-hazardous a vocation. He" war born
in Boston, nn ; and during ms
.rW oMMhwI init hich school
vars in Hancoct 'Maine did much
oi ine Doaiing, iunuiB,. uu mu mu-ing
ing mu-ing which aroused and developed
his deep ana permanent jmuresi
jjurinn tne war.- wmie serving
as a naratrooner in Africa and
Italy, Mr: Maim -took- advantage-ef
the opportunities offered for sight
seeing and study t me eninraiung
world of his Mediterranean sur
roundings. ':,-.:-.
Wounded at Anzio' he was inva
lided. home and hospitalized in
West Virsinia. There he -met and
married Miss Anna Taddeo, who
has since shared his exploits and
enthusiasm for travel, exploration
and research in the iabortaory of
the.deep.- t'h
Followine his recovery Mr.
Mann took advantage of the GI
BUI to complete his basic educa education,1
tion,1 education,1 graduating in, 1952 from the
University of West Virginia with
a B.S. in Civil Engineering he
came to the Panama Canal the
am vear as a Civil Engineer in
the Engineering Division. He and
Anna' began at once taking ad advantage
vantage advantage of thi opportunities, of offered'
fered' offered' here for sightseeing, explor-
f in fi mountain cum Ding, vo-
However, after being introduced to
skin riivinc late in 1952 the hidden
world it. disclosed became the par-
amount interest wr
i.iitr hnurx. i In. nursuit of this
interest they ; organized and led
exbedltions to many underwater
area hitherto, unexplored in, the
r-enas and Satt Bias Islands.
They began ; underwater photo photography,
graphy, photography, biological collection and
SxploraW. Very litUe spear fish fishing
ing fishing .is now done. ;
i uf Mnn haa lectured to
groups' in the .States and on the
Isthmus much of the material he
will exhibit to tne society, is new
nH w are fortunate in being able
to see the premier showing of his
Skiij ana enterprise.- omvc
marine :! life -slnd phenomena will
also 'be exhibited. I
,T6 this meeting memners may
invite as guests, prospective mem
bers and visitors to tne istnmus.
Crietebal Credit
UnleH Plana
Annual Meeting
' The'. Board of Directors of the
Cristobal1 Federal Credit Union
are 'now completing plans for the
Ninth Annual. Memoersnip Meev
H. Maxwell,, president, Cristobal
. umon, announcea
' 1.
- -J-r will be held at the
tudy Hall, Rainbow City, com
' iit 7;J0 p.m.
A complete report of operations
for the year ending uecemner 3ist
1956. will be red. and members will
participate in otner ousiness trans
actions of the evening.
All shareholders are asked to
diffareat, aard
IVa vacMabies ere Weaded 1m'
ki fnMMM Mak. Yenl tmkt
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Wdrteiilii World
LONDON,-Jan. 15 (UP) A Brit British
ish British newspaper today listed Mamie
Eisenhower, Greta" Garbo and

Anita Ekberg v among the "io
worst dressed ; women in the
world." v
Anne Scott James, women's page
editor of the Sunday Express in included
cluded included British socialites Mrs.. Wal Walter
ter Walter Nell, Mrs. Gerald Leeee. Ladv
Docker and the Marchioness of
Uufferin and Ava Along with La La-borite
borite La-borite M.b P Edith Summerskill,
author Nancy Spain and starlet
Janette Scott. .
"All these women lead sophisti sophisticated
cated sophisticated lives and could easily do
better," the editor said.
The paper said Mrs. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower qualified for "dressing like a
little girl." It took particular um umbrage
brage umbrage at her "bangs and bonnet."
It said Miss Garbo is one of the
most beautiful women m the world
"and looks one of the ugliest."
Its estimate of Miss Ekberg ap apparently
parently apparently stemmed from a skin skintight
tight skintight dress, she wore, to be pre presented
sented presented to Queen Elizabeth.
attend this Important.
SerDtimM Cluk Uili M.-l
At Hotel El Panama
The Sorptimists Club' will meet
tomorrow at 4.30 p.m. in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Salon of the Hotel El Panama.
inose wno cannot attend are
ask?d to call(Mrs; Shirley Smith.
NavV lulmini
F.dtral Credit Union'
dtt Union -will hold their annual
meeting on Jan. 28, at 10:00 a.m.
at the Cocoli Clubhouse. All mem-
Ders are. urged to attend this

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FBI Adds Another
Most Wcntcd Hood
today placed Alfred James -White,
alias "the killer," on its list of 1Q
"most wanted fugitives."

Whiter 3. has- been sought since
he fled from" West Hamlin, W.Va.J
in June 1954, to escape prosecution
for firing at a state police officer
during an attempted Inmoer yarn
robbery. 1
The FBI said White;; who also
uses aliases of Alford White and
Al Whiting, is a master safe
cracker and daring gunman witn
a police redorddating back to
1922. It includes -convictions for
auto theft and bank robbery, and
one jail break. v
White was described as 5 feet
;8'i inches tall, t' 165 to 170 pounds,
.with hrniim hafi and vq an
oblique scar in the center of his
forehead, a mole on the right side
of his face, and sears on his fin fingers.
gers. fingers. '. ....
Margarita Prexy
To Install Council
A Rainbow City
th( Rainbow raty Civic Council
will be Installed tomorrow e"e-
nuio- at 8. at th Rainbo.' city
nun fennni .. urnnv moii hv
Henrv Carpenter, president of
the c-'stobal-Margarita civic
Officers to be installed are:
Jefferson Joseph, president;
Dave White,, vice-president;
Holden ockbnrn, general secre secretary';
tary'; secretary'; Kenneth Weeks, recording
secretary: Mrs. Rita Anderson,
treasurer, and wen Shirley, ren ren-resentative
resentative ren-resentative to Oovernor rnn.
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Impound girl from the
Foundling ;Home of New. York
City and brought her to Washing
ton Saturday night.
; The McCarthys named -the babv
Tienjey Elizabeth McCarthy. The
senator said tne name is a com
bination 6f Mrs. McCarthy's moth
er's name, Elizabeth, and his own
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iMon Fans9 Ire .Worries Manager; Leon Itpllmate


Team's Interest Uppermost
When He Opposed Fenceless
Stadium; Twinbill Tonight

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Manager Leon Kellman, whose second-place

Cerveza Balboa Beer men play the league-leading
Chesterfield Smokers in an important doubleheader
fohight at the Olympic Stadium, said today he was
'-'very sorry" Colon fans are mad at him for not
allowing his Beermen to play in Colon last Sunday,
but in a tight pennant race every game counted, and
he felt it was his duty to place the interests of the
team ahead of every thingr else.


Veiiman. himself a former

Colon boy, has been the target
of barbed remarks of Colon

haxhaii in vers lince Friday

niarht when it was announced

. Mint, a Reermen-Smoker came re

; scheduled for Colon Stadium

' sunctay morning wuuiu ue

ed;t the Olympic Stadium Sun

day afternoon msieaa, oecuuse
the Beermen pilot opposed his

quad's pi ay inn in colon.
The Reermen won 7 to 3. in

an eJtitement-packed contest.
- -The gentlemanly, a o 1 t
spoken pilot cave his
son the fact that he has more
Jong-ball hitters on his team
than the Smokers have, and
he' felt that his sluggers could
.take better advantage of the
short fences at the Panama
f Stadium than the wide open
spaces at the Colon park
''where in many cases long
'drives would be caught In Instead
stead Instead of going for extra base
Kellman says he first realiz realized
ed realized hnw hitterlv disappointed the

Colonites were when on a visit
to Colon last Saturday, he was

treated like public enemy wo.
1." Yesterday. Kellman who was
in Colon putting his squad
through a workout, found the
fans "even more hostile."
Evidently disturbed over the
i situation. Kellman said today
that he could easily appreciate
the sentiments of the rabid Co Colon
lon Colon fans who Jampacked the
atands for the two erames that

have been played in their city

"t- know how much baseball

rrtAna tn them." he sald.and

It hurt me to make such an un-
gopular decision, but I slncere-f-feel
that it was for the best
Insterest of the club, which I'm
sure the fans will agree should
come first.

"Winning the nag ana

ing the team to Havana to
represent Panama in the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Series next month
has become an obsession with
me, so I hope they see my
pa nt and forgive and forget,"
he declared.
A double win for the Beermen
over the Smokers tonight would
put them in front by one game,
but they have another special
reason for going allout for a
clean sweep. They want to "take
these two for 'Blackie.'
"Blackie" 18 Earl Godwin
Moore, the popular, efficient
coach of the Beermen who cele

brates a birthday today.
"We know of nothing

could make Blackie happier

said Kellman today, "than for

us to take the lead on his birth


A faithful Kellman lieutenant

for six years, Moore has acted
as manager for the team on

several occasions and is accept

ed by the club as "the skipper's

right hand.
A star second baseman In the

old Panama National Amateur
League from 1933 to 1945. Moore

played on six cnampionsmp


Moore also played four year
of professional loop ball, and
holds a league record for most
sacrifice hits (11) In a season
with the 1947-48 Cervecerla
jerry Davie (2-11 and Jim

Mlchalec (1-0) will toe tne

mound for tne smoicers xonigm
ami the neermen will counter

with neorce Brunet (3-3), and

Ronnie Sheet (2-3). V -J -v,':
Manager Andy Cohen, who.ii
still smarting over the Smokers'
loss on Sunday, put his boys
through a "hard workout" yes-

urriiv mnrnine ana saia ine

team "should be on lts toes to
nighty, ....

Ladles win do lamna u.

Lafayette 68 Bucknell 60

Seton Hall 85 St. Francis Pa
Penn State 75 Pittsburgh 66
Manhattan 97 Navy 76

Canisius 103 St. Vincent 55

Connecticut 97 Holy Cross 72
Dartmouth 93 Brown 56
Princeton 72 Cornell 54
Pennsylvania 65 Harvard 63
Yale 65 Army 54

Columbia 93 Rutgers 82
West Virginia 92 Villanova
Wake Forest 75 S. Carolina

N. Carolina 102 Virginia 90

Kentucky 51 Louisiana State 46

Western Kentucky 91 fcast. Ay. 71

Duke, 80 Clemson 70

Mississippi 68 Vanderbilt 66
Georgia 75 Auburn 72

Ga. Tech 80 Miss, state n

St. Louis 84 Detroit 75
Illinois 79 Wisconsin 63
Notre Dame 90 Loyola 111. 76
Kansas 51 Kansas Slate 45
Wash. U. Mo 62 AF Academy 54.
Bradley 67 Tulsa 56

Iowa 89 Minnesota 66

Purdue 70 Indiana 64

Michigan 64 Northwestern 63

SMU 79 Texas Christian 63
Houston 64 Oklahoma AaM. 52
Bavlor 52 Arkansas 51

Texas Western 93 Arizona 69
Texas Tech 85 Arizona State 68


Utah 90 New Mexico 63

that iBrigham Young 82 Wyom 71
Midi !, f .,., co Ct ota KO

Washington 71 Idaho 49

Oregon State 67 Southern Calif 54

California 71 Oregon a
S. Francisco U 68 Fresno St 56
UCLA 83 Washington State 62

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HARDLY A CRUISE There was no time to enjoy the scenery during the Orange Bowl
International Grand Prix at Miami Beach Henry Lauterbach,-in front here, won all three
five-mile heats in 266-inch hydroplane owned by Bill Rjtner of Gladyne, Pa. The Ports Portsmouth,
mouth, Portsmouth, Va.. pilot hit 118 miles an hour at tome points.

Macaws, Palomas

In Fastlich Leaque


Mickey Mantle Aiming

At $60 000 Or Better;





kttw YORK. Jah. 14 (UP)

Mickey Mantlets shooting for
a $60,000-or-better aalary and by
! nt WOrmlnor 11D for it lie

has fired his first contract light

back at the Yansees-uiiiB.
The Yanks' first offer con containing
taining containing a $5,000 raise left him
cold, Mantle admitted last night
in Baltimore where he was hon honored
ored honored as baseball's outstanding
hitter in 1956.
I sent the contract right back
to them," he said. "It wasnt
signed, so I guess they knew how
I felt about it."
While the 25-year-old ren ren-,
, ren-, tr Held sensation who won
the American Learne's "trinle
crown' last ver did not re re-Teal
Teal re-Teal teims rf the contract he
sent hark. It was learned that
it eaUed fr 5.00 raise o o-yer
yer o-yer hi 1S5 salary estimated
at SS2500.
The Yankee offer would boost
Wickey's pv to $37,500 this year
and even though that aini hav
1 certainly isnt the k'nd of
ot Mantle ha in mind
"I haven't announced the fi"-

pre I have in mmo w nj
the newspapers and T dont in in-r.H
r.H in-r.H Tn Mantle declared. "But

that contract they sent me was

nowhere hear it.
As a banner box-office attrac attraction
tion attraction who batted .3S3, d"ve in
130 fns and hit 52 homere o
lead the leaeue in all those de de-TiartmenU
TiartmenU de-TiartmenU last season, as 'rell
5 win the circuit! most vaiua vaiua-hl
hl vaiua-hl plaver award. Mantl. fe-'-i
he' entitled to at least mm.
' The Yankees realized ob ob-bly
bly ob-bly wonld torn down the first
offer but they wanted to estab establish
lish establish a prir fmni which thy
could harraln. The hiehest sal salaried
aried salaried rankee nlaye currently is
Torf Berra. who wfll reccrre an
imated SSono this year. Joe
DiMartio's 100.000-oer annrnn
w-ss the hlehet player salary
ever oaid by the club. ManW ManW-and
and ManW-and the Tankeen trobaby win
et toe? t her In the $45.000-tM,-00
Next more Is up to the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. .
. -t can waft" MantI? said.
TcB-Hr tn th mator lesme

orbit, som of th other clubs

re roort1n more

baseman Gene Freese. That

trav.1 the Pirates a total of 10

players under contract.

Two of Brooklyn's standbys,

catcher Roy campanella and
pitcher Carl Erskine, agreed to
terms. Both received pay cuts In
the face of disappointing per performances
formances performances in 1956. Camp's sal salary
ary salary was sliced from $42,000 to
$37,500 reportedly while Erskine
dipped from $25,000 to $22,000.
The Washington senators an announced
nounced announced the signing of pitchers
Bob Wiesler, Pete Ramos and

RalDh Groves, outfielder dick

On The Alley.

.Tannarv 12 a meeting of the Fa

nama Canal Zone Women's Bowl

ins Association was neia at uie

Marearlta Clubhouse.

At this meeting it was voted up

on to hold the annual city handi

cap tournament at the Margarita

Bowling Alleys on reo, is, is, ii
Team even will be bowled on Fri

day, Feb. 15, held on (Saturday

and Sunday Feb. 16 and 17. Jfrice

per event will be $3.

Pacific side entrants will be giv

en preference in bowling schedule,
It was also decided to award tro
phies in each event for both hand

leap and scratch .winners. This is

a new policy as in the past, tro

phies were awarded only for

scratch prizes. It is hoped that

this will encourage bowlers of low

averages to participate. All other

prizes will be cash awards..

Secretaries of all leagues should

submit to the City Secretary

listing of averages of all women

howlers as of February 1, 1957.

From this, handicaps will be fig figured
ured figured for the' coining tournament.
Plans were also made to set up

a schedule for women volunteers,
who wish to keep, score for the
Men's ABC Bowling Tournament

to held at the Diablo Alleys on

Feb. 2 thru Feb. 8. Any woman

wishing to score for this tourna tournament,
ment, tournament, please calf Thelma Camby,
Balboa 3231 or Ruth Tortorici,
Cristobal 2445. A schedule will be
set up and first volunteers will be
given preference for nites to keep


Hershey Making Bid
To Pace-Sel Hockey
Race, Buffalo Hit
HONKVILLE. N.M. Jan. 15 fU-

P)-Strike while the iron is hot ap

pears today to be the new philoso

phy of the Hershey Bears of the
American Hockey League.
Spurred by the herculean efforts

Tettelbach and infielders Je." 4W nei wings, vriiiie
viHiviPism and Tonv Hole. Those I Marshall and Dune Fisher, the

sir were the first Senator play-'Bears best weakened Providence,

ers to aeree to terms.

Outfielder Jim Rivera became
th fifth member of the White

Sox to sign, following two rookies
who agreed to terms earlier in
the day, pitcher Bill Fischer and

shortstop Don pronovicn.
Sports Briefs

ARCADIA. Calif.: Willie Shoe Shoemaker
maker Shoemaker booted Argentine bred Ho Ho-landea
landea Ho-landea II home in the stretch to
take the $28,950 San Fernando

Stake at Santa Anita Park.

ST. PETERSBURG. Fla.: Norris

Sinclair, a 61-year old "business

man" won the 10th annual Winter

ThiiiJe tailinc championship oa

Tampa Bay.


shooting a five-under-par 67, edged
Lew Worsham and captured top

money in the $8 000 Mai-Naughtoa
Pro-Am, richest one-day golf tour tournament
nament tournament ia the country.


vya Rose stroked his way past
Australian countryman. Don Can

dy ta win the singles championship
of the West Coast tennis tourney.


Hebert, witk a 54-fcole total of 213
won the pro division of the $13,000

Binf Crosby national pra-smtteur
golf tournament. i

-r'ne of firrt basemsn-'mt-J LOS ANGELES:

3-1, to move within two points of

the league lead.
It was the Bears' sixth victory
in their last seven games and if

they stay hot, chances are they'll
catch Providence, weakened the
other day when the New York
Rangers recalled Camille Henry
and Ron Murphy.
Marshall and Fisher each
chalked up a goaf and an assist
in the third period to break a 1-1
tie and ice the game for the

Bears. And the "little" men, all
in all, had a big weekend! Mar Marshall
shall Marshall racked up six assists and a
goal while Fisher had four goals
and one assist.
In another game, Cleveland
made it three In a row, handing
Buffalo its ninth defeat in iU last
10 games, S-l. So Ellk with two
goals and Jimmy Moore With
three assists paced the Baron of offense.
fense. offense. Bronco Horvatn, sfler a very
brief fling with the Montreal Ca Ca-nadiens,
nadiens, Ca-nadiens, scored a goal and an as as-it
it as-it at ha led Rochester to a 3-1

triumph over Springfieli I

Cerveza Balboa

taria vieja

Won Lost Pet, GB
10 8 .556
9 9 .500 1
8 10 .444 2

Chesterfield (Davie 2-1 and Michalec 1-0) vs.
Cerveza Balboa (Brunet 3-3 and Sheetz 2-3).
Game Time: 6 o'clock.

Joe Brown Defends Title
. P.-., .v' ..

At Miami Beaph fyhM

(Reprinted from
The Miami Herald)
Herald Sports Writer
Joe Brown, who won the world

lightweight championship with
a broken rieht hand, will defend

his title against former champ
Wallace (Bud) Smith at Miami
Beach Auditorium Wednesday

night, Feb. 13.

Beach promoter Chris Dundee

announced the title rematcn

Althnurh he suffered the

fractured hand in the second

round, Brown declslonea

SmMh to win tne 135-pouna

crown Aug. Z. n r""'

Their February meeting will

he Wednesday nient televi

sion fight, but South Floridians
will not see it at home. The bout
will be blacked out over a 150 150-mile
mile 150-mile radius.

In making the announcement,

promoter Dundee added:

"It has been my amDiuon 10

promote a world title fight. As

manaeer I naa iieniers dox

for titles, but never in 20 years
as a promoter have I staged a

championship match."

Dundee will be the co-pro

moter alone; wtlh the Interna Interna-t'onal
t'onal Interna-t'onal Boxing Club.

In addition to being Dundee's

first, it also" will be the first

title match staged in the Beach
Dundee said the auditorium
would be set up to handle some
4,000 fans. He figures the price
scale will lead to a gross gate

ui more man su.uuu.

Tickets will sell for $2.50, $5.00.
$7.00 and $10.00. The fighters
will divide 60 percent of the gate

and television and ramo money.
The latter is expected to ruirat
least $25,000.
While ranked as the world'
elehth lightweight, Brownwon
his title via a split decision in
the New Orleans scrap.
After the match, Brown was
quoted as saying he would have

won it on a Knockout naa ne

not broken his hand.'

Referee Roland Brown pave

itt o the man with the same
name, 12 rounds to three. Judge

Charles Dabney scored it for
Brown, 9-3-3-, and judge Frede Frederick
rick Frederick Adams voted for Smith, 7-6-2.
Brown fought through the
latter rounds with a flicking left
jab and occasional hooks, to the
midsection, in the 14th. however.

he opened up and floored Smith rmetos

twice rpr counts or seven and) Monday reb. 4 Pumas-vs

nine wun uie oeu saving sua p.iomas

on his second trip to the floor. Tuesday Feb. 5 Ocelots ts

smnn. wnose nanaiers pro- pericos

testea trie aecision, naa erown f Wednesday Feb. 6 Pumas vs

VfXjiiiv, in baic uub lie tuuiuu sviiAira
nawtltoltTA nn rh oHuontoirA OUnejUB.

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, The Macaws, last year champs,
will meet the palomas in the
opening game of the 1957 sea season
son season at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the new home of the Fastlich
Teenage Park which has made
possible the erection of a per permanent
manent permanent fence around the out outfield
field outfield and other extensive im

The new location can be easi easi-ly
ly easi-ly reached by turnlne off Gail

Hard Highway and following the

roaa around the outfield of the

Little League Park. Ample park parking
ing parking and seating space is avail

able and a large sign reading

"New Home ,of the Fastlich

Teenage Park" can be seen from
the highway.

Although uniforms this year

are late in arriving there cer certainly
tainly certainly has been no delay In the
way the Managers and Coaches
have been workinp out the boys
and they are ready and keyed
up for opening day. All formal
opening day ceremonies' and
trimmings are reserved, as Is the
custom, for the frist game start starting
ing starting off the second half.-
Manager pete corrigan anJ
Coach J. Des Londes have an

Lnounced the 'following tentative

starting line up for the Macaws :
W. Splelow- 3b R.j Amato ss, E.
norris-an th .T. Thomnson c. B.

McoGwan p, D.. Des Londes If.-f

S. Watts,, cf, J. Pearson 2b, and
F. Chase, rf. Manager Moises de

la pena and coaches Artnur uot
ton and jack Hern hae an

nounced the tentative lme un

for the Palomas: E. Dolan c, J.

Kline p, B. Sander lb, B. Rath-

gaber 2b. D. Pajak 3b, B. Mil

ler If, S.- Allen cf. R. Caldwell

rf, and J. Garcia ss.
FastMch Teenage Schedule
First Half 1957 )
Wed. Jan. 16 Palomas vs


Thursday Jan. 17 Conejos vs


Friday Jan. 18 Pumas vs


Monday Jan. 21 Macaws vs


Tuesday Jan. 22 Faiomas vs


Wednesday Jan. 23 Pumas vs

Thursday Jan. 24 conejos vs
Friday Jan. 25 Palomas vs
Monday Jan. 28 Conejos vs


Tuesday Jan. 29 pericos va

Wednesday Jan. 30 oceiou

w Piimm.

Thursday Jan. 31 Fences


irridv ran. l Macaws .vo



Thundering Upsets Rock
Kansas, Kentucky; Only
North Carolina Perfect


NEW YORW. Tnn 1 (tto

Thundering upsets that rocked
both Kansas and TCentuRkv uff

North Carolina today with the
only perfect record among the
nation's major college basket-

uuu teams and with r a golden
opportunity to seize the No, l
national ranking.
Liehtninar struck at A m e s

luwa, ui uie rorrn 01 a last-second,
20-foot basket by Don Med Med-skers
skers Med-skers to give Iowa State a 39 39-37
37 39-37 upset of Kansas, the coun

try's No. 1 team, for Kansas
first loss of the year in 13 games.

And at New Orleans, Tulane
led almost all the way to up upset
set upset Kentucky, the nations' No.

3 team, 68-60, for the first t'me
since 1938 leavine coach Cliff

Wells to gasp. "This hour will

do us the rest of our life."

Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain.

Kansas's sensational sophomore
who leads the nation's scorers,

was held to just 17 points by
Iowa State but, ejen so, nearly

saved the jaynawks when he
tied the scure at 37-37 on a pair
of free throws with seven sec seconds
onds seconds remaining to play.
X But then Iowa State drove
down court and the six-foot,
eight-inch Medskers ?ut loose
with his game-winning shot
from near the lump circle as
the game ended. It was sweet
revenge for Iowa state, which
bowed to Kansas, 58-37, in a
eame in the Bl; Seven prs-soa-

son tournament last month.

For Kentucky, last night's un

6, in the early minutes, boosted
It, margin to as much as 17

points, and tnen stood off a
Kentucky rally that cut the de
fie tlto 60-56 with (1:25 remain remaining.
ing. remaining. The Green Wave used-only-one
substitute, and he didn't
come In until the final 42 sec
onds. ;
Tulane, hitting 39 percent
of its showr, was led by ix
four Calvin Grosscup of Aub

urn, mu., wun Z3 pornts whilo
Jerry Cox topped Kentucky
with 16. d
Theset wo surprises put thing
sqarely up to second ranked
North Carolina tonight When it
visits arch-rival North arollna

State. Coach Frank. McGuire'
Tar Heels boast a 14-0 record
but fear thlsr oad game against
its bitter foe, even though State
has only an 8-6 record so far
and will be mlssincr. scoring star

John Richter, who injured an

If North aCrolina 'can win to

night, it will then have a two-

week rest before plunging into
the final eight games of the reg

ular season, all against teams

it will already have beaten, be before.
fore. before. .. '. v.- : 'c.t,

Illinois, the nation's No.. 7

team, set a school scoring record

in a 112-91 victory last night.o night.o-ver
ver night.o-ver Indiana as Don Ohldt 'and
Hay Schmidt led the way with

25 points each. The game" also

set two Big Ten scoring records,

for total noints bv two teams in

one game and for points by a
losing team. Archie Dees saved

set was the third loss In 14 scormsr nonors ior jnaiana wiwi
games. Tulane went in front, 8- 28 points.

Beer Suds

t" f! v By, BREWMASTER -AM big one tor the Beermeiu. .11
f , v they cop both' games they will
i Cerveza Balboa.' the only club to i have regained the league leader

sweep both ends of a twin Dm, in

the nresent season will attempt to

repeat uie ieai lonignr wura uicjr
take on the Chesterfield smokers
in tonicht's doubleheader at the

Olympic Stadium. Managfer Leon
Kellman has announced as his
startine Ditchers. George Brunet

and Ronnie Sheetz, while for the

smokers it will be Jim Michalec
and Jerry Davie.

John Glenn, slugging B r r-man
man r-man middle gardener, by virtue
of his four RBI' in Sunday's
contest it now tied for the lead lead-trfliip
trfliip lead-trfliip in that department with

Tony Bartirome of Carta Via,

Both players have knocked m is
runs apiece.

ship by a -full game. If they split,
Chesterfield remains on top by
the same one-game margin .they
held before game time.
Carlos "Cowboy" Thorns on.
tinuos to lead the hurlors in the
won tnd lost department. The
Beerman relief specialist Is yet
to be defeated. He has won three
times, v...

Smith currently is ranked third

West to a ls-ie victory ever ine

East in the seventh renewal oi ine
pro-bowl game.
SEA ISLAND, Ga.r Mickey

Wright rallied after a dlssstmw

first nine to card a i ana cap

ture the 4th annual Sea island
women's golf open.

LONDON (VEJ Briaa Hewsoa,

Britain's No. 1 sniler, said today
be win visit the U.&. ia March and

that he hopes to run against Olym-

ipK csampioa Bon Ueiaoy and

Bert Bechicbar, metric ball-Kile, title-bolder Tom

t f :c?r Bob Skinner

and thir4 booted iour field goals to pace tBe'Courtoey.

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8 Pericos vs

. palomas vs

Thursday Feb. 7 Macaws vs

Friday Feb

Monday Feb. 11

Tuesday Feb. 12 ,-Conejos vs


Wednesday Feb. 13 Pumas vs

Ocelots, j

-Thursday Feb. 14 Macaws vs


FTidv Feb. 15 Conejos vs

palnmas. ;

Monday Feb. 18 Ocelots vs


Tuesday Feb. 19 Pericos vs


Wednesday Feb. 20 Ocelots vs


Tbnrsdav Feb. 21 Pericos vs


Monday Feb. 25 Macaws vs

"Tuesday Feb. 26 Palomas vs
Wednesday Feb. 27 Ocelots
vs Conejos, . t

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-Knights of the Rennd Table'

Todar SlDEAL 30 10

Chapters 5 Ac 6


On our way home Sunday night
after the Beermen win over the

Smokers, we saw Jerry Thorne,
one-time swat smith of the Spur
Cola Club with a bat and two old
baseballs in his hands. Jnauisitive-

ly, We inquired of him what -was

tne setup.
With a broad grid he informed
us. that Kelly (Manager Kellman
of the Beermen) had decided that
he Thorne could be of some use
to him in the pinch-hitting depart-!
ment and as of then, would be
carried on the club as such. Best
of luck Jerry!

Herman Charles, hustling not
corner guardian for the Beermen,
continues to astound local fans
with his spectacular playing. Here
and there the question is-asked
"How is it that a guy like that is
not playing in a higher league?"
Charles plays for San Angelo in

the Longhorn League, a class "C"

Georee Brunet. Beerman south-

paw.v has run into trouble again,

this time with umpire Dallas

Thornton. It -will be remembered
that Brunet was ejected from the

Beermen bench. Sunday afternoon
for vehemently objecting with

Thornton's call on a Prtcn to Har

old Gordon who was the batter
at the the time. After

the ejection, Brunet continued to
pour it on and when the arbiter

turned in his report to league of officials.
ficials. officials. Secretary Treasurer' Car

los Delvalle imposed a fine of $35

on the hurler.

, I circuit His eight doubles are high
Tonight's doubleheader Is indeed for the present campaign.

Whaley Whets Whistle H
While Whipping Whiners

, Bj F.J.K.

Lightening struck the p r i v a t e

bowling feuders in Curundu for
the second consecutive week Aben

the youngest bolt of energy Pfc

Charles Ralph Whaley caused

red white and blue streaks of light
to flash serosa the dead panned
vultures with the green eyes and

oiaca tongues. ,

Whaley whittled wood with

weaving whirling whacks which
were wielded wondrouslv. while

.uuiiiciuik wuuung widwb we III-
ers watched woefully what whaley
was wilfully elding with wiky
works a 200 gamel

Fashioning nine marks mixofntf

only in the sixth Whaley's g6
brought out a rash of colors cons conspicuously
picuously conspicuously seen on the tanned pans.

-'K-- ..mci umuKj uniSfiea
second in total scoring and felt
blue. 'Specialist Arthur Allen Kun Kun-re
re Kun-re was a ghostly white when he
noticed Whaley's sverage wss on only
ly only a fraction of a point behind his

leading mark. Hawaii's handsome
contribution to humanity, Special--1st
Ronald Joseph Amarral turned
green with envy trying to figure
out the solution of a 200.
Although Red Palmatory picked
up a 4-7-10 split, he still displayed
a deep purple at the thought of
the double hundred he is s t i 1 1
reaching for, while F. J. K. K.-wriggled
wriggled K.-wriggled Into red depths.' of an anguish.
guish. anguish. Earl Hight's gloomy gray

evening turned into shining silver
when he won the final game, ,

bpecMiist rolliam s bumper

crop ex marks in the past -few
weeks has him reaping, a golden
harvest too fruitful to let other
scores upset him.".)

Specialist Dertinger Is d e e n 1 9

imbedded la the black magic spell

of a slump be is trying to shake

off before leaving the Isthmus ia
the near future. .

, Wheley's final statement to the
multi-colored frowning losers was: -"I
can get more competition, oa
Saturday afternoon v from -. the
younger generation .


aUll many fer rains '" .T
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HSJ Powells Battle For Atlantic




v v - U f ii -V r Via '4 i .IS VI

Bullet Butth Zent." a plnt-slz
ed version of Bob Teller .with .a.
fust ban to matcn. Ditcnea
parkling two bit shutout Thurs Thursday
day Thursday as fCurundu defeated de-.
fending champion Fort jcobbe
8-0 In the opening game-of the
1957 .Armed Forces Little League
rnmnetitinn. 'RalDh Franeionl
paced the winners with a douoie
and two singles In four at bats.
Among the notables on hand
for the opening day ceremonies
at Forjt Kobbe's Little League
Field were Lt. Gen. Robert M.
Montague, new commander m
Chief, Caribbean Command, and
Ma. s Gen; Thomas L. iBarrold
commanding general,? USAR-.
carIB, General Montague ofn ofn-ciallv
ciallv ofn-ciallv opened the season when
he. threw ut the first ball.
Five big runs in the fourth wi wining
ning wining put the game on ice Jfor
the visitors after Frangloni's
double 4n the', first stanza i off
tafter: and; loser Jim SmoiKa
scored Btit Cb Zent with the
ime's first tally.
Jba Barajas, Curundu's big
first baseman; started the rally.
nnm i: with a' sinele to
right.. Kobin Lane walked, and
Zent helped, his own causewith
a long single to center scoring
two runs. Bill pelchart was safe
.MBAMltVi Bin
on an erur cuimvw"--
sles bv Bob Smith and Fran 1
. i.u klaat nff trial
Lri iim' a Mast off the
fence in deep rieht-center, drove
in tnree more wcb. .
Bill Arkett got both of the
hits off Zent. one to open the
second, and agaln to start the
fifth. "But his mates could not
get him around. -y Ui.
Zent faced only nineteen bat.
ters in turning inhis brlUlant
ahutout, one more than the mij
nimum. A flouDie-oiay;
to Barajas, nullitted Arkett s
ini frt -the s e e o n d. Bullet
Butch' fanned seven tit the six
inning contest.'
k The box score:
Zent, p.. ...v.. .S?
Relchart, Butch, ss 4 1
Smith, cf 4 1
Frangioni, 3b ...-4 o
Lane, M c ;
Hovan, If a
piaia. rf 3 J
Barajss, -,1b ;
Lfine,.R., 3b.j.. 2
1 l
2 2
2 1
0 0
0 8
0 0
1 0
. 1 k
1 0
a 31 811 18; 5
Grantham, rf .....1 0
Martello, ss ......2' 0
Smolka; p 2
Diaz, p .;,a."2
Arkett, 3b ........2
phiUps, lb .......2 0
Conner, cf 2 o
O'Brien, If .......2 0
Banks,. 2b 2 0
Harth, c ......... J 0
Rodgers, e 10
' 19 0 J 18 7
Ciuir. hT Tnnlnrs
rhinmdnn . 100 620 8 11 0
vnhh. .-. .000 0000 2 5
'SUMMARY: Errors: Arkett,
Banks, Martello, Harth, Grant
ham.-1. 1 ;'-. .
V (Standings January 12)
'4' W L
Police Pals ..........2 O
Coco Solltd Cubs . .2, 0
pirates -..1 1
Mutual of Omaha ... .0 1
Coco Solo Braves ...Q 1
Coca -Cola Bottlers .0 2
The Coco solo Braves and
Mutual of Omab fought to a 4 4-4
4 4-4 standstill on Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon a a Mutual three-run ral rally
ly rally In the sixth Inning saved
them from a second defeat of
the young season.
Carlos Seabolt pitched his first
ball tame and for five Innings
had a no-hitter r6tng. In the
sixth Mutual was able to bunch
two hits and three runs and
thereby tie up the pame.
The combined pitching of Mu Mutual'!
tual'! Mutual'! starter Bursa and Bath
vrho relieved in the fourth al allowed
lowed allowed only two hits, but their
vrlldness kept the Indians out
front most of the way. Bum's
double in the sixth was the en-
ly extra base hit of the day.- p
fc.7:s .section
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-"Totals '..25 4 3 3 I jfS lZ ' f : C-i

Coco Solo Braves
Bonzoumet, cf
Roth, c ......
Rice, ss ......
Hardisty, 3b .
Rullmerton. lb
Hakapson. rf ....... .3
sbarlck. If.-..
Oliphant. 2b
Seabolt, p ..
Score by Irmlnrs
Mutual .., 100 0034
Braves ,,.,....010 1204
on Friday afternoon at the
Little League Stadium the Po Police
lice Police pals exploded with a 7-run
snlnrtrp in the fourth innlne to
08, the Coca Cola Bottlers
i.H ji n n U a
who were leading 2-0 at
time. ...
Coffin and wilder started the
gaml qn the mound and went
all tile way. Coffin, the winner.
ipltcmd steady 5-hit ball while
DaveJ) wuaer twinea very won
except for the fourth when the
pals scored all of their runs and
five of their seven hits.
Sanches of the Bottlers and
Coffin and Brayton of the Pals
were able ta, gatRer two hits
apiece. Thff Outstanding play
was turned in on a beautiful
running catch by Rick Careen
ter off the bat of Dave Wilder.
The box score:
.- i.
Police Pals
Parks, cf .2
McElhone, ss 4
Crump, 3b t....l
Smith, lb
Watson, 2b ... I......1 0
Clancy, If ,,...,..0 0
Coffin, p ,,,... .....8 1
Barber. "rf .?;.-f.-c'.Lfi0
Cooper,' e" ." 3 0
Brayton, 3b7 ....... 2 0
Orr. e ..............2 1
Karpinski. 2b ........2 1
Griffith, rr ...........
jongbloed, rf 0 7
Totais 28 7 7 3
Coca Cola Bottlers
Saunders. If 3
Crouch. 3b 3
Dockerv. s 3
Hutchinson. 2b 3
Sanchez, lb
Roscoe, c
Wilder, n ...
Campbell, rf
Stohrer. cf ..
Totals 24 3 5 2
(Mtt hv Tnninrs
police 000 7007 7 3
noco Cola ..002 0013 2
Saturday afternoon saw the
f the first full week of
Atlantic Little League play
when the Coco Solito Cubs came
from behind to score 9-4 win fl
yer the Pirates of Gil Moriana.
The Cubs scored five big runs
in t.h. fifth innlnr after VHla-
marzo was thrown out at the
plate for what appeared to be
the third out in a no run Inning.
Manager Quinn protested that
Villamarzo was ennuea to oniy
one base on an overtnrow to
first.- He had attempted to Score
from second and Quinn argued
that he should be leeally held to
third base. The protest was up
held and vliiamarzo riven a
new life at third. The Pirates
came back on the field to finish
the inning and before they
made another out. five runs
had crossed the plate. Alberga.
who relieved Scheideirs to onn
the fourth was the losing pitch pitcher.
er. pitcher. In the field Quinn of the
Cubs and Murray of the Pirates
made fine catches while Corlav
Cortez. the Pirate short stop was
the star batsman with two dou doubles.
bles. doubles. The box score:
Chin, c ......
Will, cf, 2b ..
Cortez, ss ....
Alberga, 3b. o
Hickey, 2b. 3b
Murray, rf ...
Saunders., If ..
Chris toph, lb
Scheidegg, t
Butcher, cf 4.
n o
o! o
! Totals
,23 4
5 4
0 0
0 O
0 1
1 0
O 0
C ft
Coco Solito Braves
Heffner, cf ...2 "II
VUlamarro, d 0 2
Oulnn. u .....4 X
Comacho. e .........2 l
Henrique 2b .....fc.2 1
cross, rf ...i l o
Prennlck. rf ...2 1
Hill. 3b 2 0
Motta. If 1 l
MeName. If 2 8
WelkowskL lb .... .1 1
Jodlce. lb .. J.. 0
.2 9 3-2
Scors by Tnatgs
01 ooo 4 3
.020 52x-4 I
, Pirates

! 3 "r'vy Scores

... i n n 0 I -'mry- sd

1 2 0 0 l-v ... ... 1

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SWINGING AWAY Carrel' Grantham, Jr., Fort Kobbe Little League team, takes a "healthy
swing at the ball during the opening game of the Little League season between Fort Kobbe
and Curundu, Thursday afternoon at Fort Kobbe's Little League field.. The catcher. Is Mac
Lane of the Curundu team and the umpire la Louis Scigllane. CurundUs bullet Butch Zent
hurled a two-hit 8-0 shutout over Kobbe.

didn't give the football Giants any
whoop and boiler to take into their
maulmg of tne Bears ... ous ne cua
blast them plenty for their sleazy
vote split of the play-off money
partial share to an mjurea piayer
with them all season, meager tok tokens
ens tokens to the clubhouse men, grounds grounds-keepers,
keepers, grounds-keepers, etc.'
Billy Martin's loathe to talk a.
bout bit boxing background ("I'm
'a baseball player" ... but begrudg begrudges,
es, begrudges, !I lost only one decision, to my
mother ... She made me quit."
; Why Gene Fullmer settled for so
short an end of the Ray Robinson
figbt gate: negotiations, started.
His Sugarship demanding a 50 per
cent cut of future Fullmer earn earnings
ings earnings if he won the title, wound up
with no encumbrances and little
swag. Las time his dad-Tuff, spar
red with the new middleweight
king was in the amateurs. And
then it was time to quit,' says Pop.
"I saw too many gloves flying my
Amnni fh heloncines Jackie
J J Robinson picked up on his final
trip to Ebbets f ield . a wanec
riven to him in Japan last fall
bearing the inscription: "Jackie
Cbarlie Silvera cornered Yogi
Berra upon his trade to the Cubs;
"After what you did to me (seven
years in the shade), can you imag imagine
ine imagine me catching a double-header in
St. Louis, 120 degrees in the mark?
... They should a made you come
along, too." ... Said the Yog':
"Ugh!" ...
All players in the Pro Bowl game
in Los Angeles were insured fully
against nest year s salaries m the
event of injury...
It happened in Nippon: on the
Pacific Stars a Stripes, sports ed
Dob Bowie was looking for a lost
drawing of Major Hoople to go with
sent out to the paper's library,
uiei wiiai ai-u iitmivuujiB
stuffed by Japanese. A kid flipped
through the file card case, sure e-
nough found it labeled, with milita
ry precision, under the H's: "Hop-
le. Amos B., Mai., U.S.A." ...
Sal (The Barber) Maglie is now
n walking ad ... sports a Van Dyke

beard .. befitting an elder states-names

man of baseball...
Fishing Editor
CONTRARY to what Innocent ob observers
servers observers believe, "jigging for black
bass is not a dance, but highly
effective method of catching old
bronze-back as well si most pan pan-fish.
fish. pan-fish. The jig is a miniature of the long-
popular saltwater lure, which con
sul a lead Head molded to a
hook, tilt latter being masked in
bucktaiL The frenhwater version is
not much over an inch long and
weighs about one-eighth ounce.
The Jig fishermen plies his trade
with any kind of rod, although spin spinning
ning spinning rods are most popular on TV A
reservoirs where the game ori originated.
ginated. originated. There isn't really any
casting connected with jigging, but
a light monofilament line helps is
sinking the lure fast and deep.
The t-igler tosses bis jig a short
distance from the boat and lets H'
sink to the required depth. From

Jlhen a, b keeps the jig la a cons

- p'jy. -m ' 'm. i uk i- m m m m

Gen Falhner
Kansas has wrapped cellophane
around Wilt the Stilt Chamberain
will only let him be approached
by interloping interviewers and
photographers on court nix on any
campus routines... and is Phog Al
len, squirming in retirement, hap
py about being out in tne com,
wh:le Coach Tom Harp gets all the
South Carolina's Grady Wallace,
the only scoring ace within reach
of The stilt, Is from Mare Creek,
Ky ... and runs, say his boosters,
"like a plowboy striding across a
stubble of corn." ...
Cincinnati groundskeepers spend-
ing the off-season cement-patching
the underpinnings of antiquated
Crosley Field ... Among the holi holiday
day holiday greetings received by Redleg
trainer Wayne Anderson from
baseball friends throughout the
country: 7 asking for jobs ... and
didn't a famous pitcher (on anoth another
er another club) make a secret trip into
Cincinnati to have Anderson look
fat his suspected sore wing?
Gus D'Amato. who won't venture
into an airplane, has put the ban
on Floyd Patterson doing any fly-
ng since he's became valuable...
Between youla'me. rich friends
bailed out one of golfs great
... whose business was on
the verge of going broke...
tant state of animation by gentle
rod twitches so the lure hops up
and down.
Exactly What the fish think the
lure imitates is immaterial The
action -is enough to stir the most
jaded bass into a fit of eating.
Two .actors account for the hea-
y ogs among jiggers. The lure
works for prolonged periods at
depths whero ordinarv nstinp lur
es only get a short swim on being
retrieved. Secondly, it caa be tow towered
ered towered among schooling fish, such as
ui crappie and white, yellow and
one mss, nd once the angler
wuuecia dc caj nit tne same loca location,
tion, location, with unerring accuracy.
The standard long, deep-runnine
-r.u t yiuua m not spot dc dc-eause
eause dc-eause the fisb may have chased
the bait 70 or 80 feet
' How effective tie jig Is can be
counted In the numW of tn ii.
pound bass that are caught this
each year. Several nf th nflnn'
in me new Mrearai
JFshin Contesv fell to jiggers,

Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: A player goes up to
shoot. The defensive man goes up.

too, gets, one hand firmly on the
ball, The offensive player can't
shoot and returns to the floor. Is
this traveling? Larry Mann.
Answer: u is a Held ball.
Q. Figures show, teams shoot in
le'ss iha& 20 seconds.So has t,hje
professional 24-secorid riile' had a-,
ny effect : on players? Harry
Day. .- ; ;
A. I feer that it has cut from one
to two years off a player's care.
There are many times when you
would take more than 24 seconds
shoot. Yet the 24-second rule prob probably
ably probably is the best thing that ever hap happened
pened happened to professional basketball.
Q. More often than not, when the
referee calls a foul for pushing un under
der under the basket, a good deal of how howling
ling howling comes from coach and player
alike. Why? Is this such a contro controversial
versial controversial call? Jack Reinnart.
A. The call is dear, cut, but eve everybody
rybody everybody pushes underneath. The re referee
feree referee doesn't get it all. So the one
offender he singles out automatical automatically
ly automatically yells that three or four others
should have been grabbed before
him. ; v

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Atlas Club and Tfroli Motors
Deadlocked For 1st Place in
Mixed Bowlinr League

Ted Albritton ana the Atlas
Club five climaxed their drive
from last place with a 2 and 1
victory over the Seymour Agen Agencies
cies Agencies team Wednesday night and
are now tied for 1st place with
the Tivoli Motormen who last 2
out of 3 to the APA Flyers.
The two week lay-off for the
holidays did most of the bowlers
a lot of eood as there were a
total of 13 games of 200 or over.
The only consistent one was
Bud Balcer who continued his
magnificent bowline with a big
658 series and games of 218-235-205.
The only other 600 series be
longed to BUd s closest competi competitor,
tor, competitor, Bill Coffey with a 604 with
sames of 212 and 213. Frank
Melnick missed by pne pin after
srames of 213 and 201 and ended
the evenine with 599. George
Riley had the high individual
jrame w'th a 236. Bud's 235 was
next followed by team-mat- Ed
Lowande with 223 ana lea
Schmidt with 214. The other half
of the Schmidt family, Reggie,
led the Indies with a high p-ame
of 188.. Phe vas closely follow followed
ed followed by Dell Peters with 176. Dell
hid the hich series of the eve
ning with 482 with Regele
Schmidt coming In second with
The Diablo Cosmopolitan Mix Mixed
ed Mixed League and the other leagues
of the Isthmus lost one of the
hardest working members thev
have had in years Sunday when
Woodie Woodcock made the hi",
decision to aive up his job and
return to the States. It will be.
hard to reolace him and all the
bowlers wish him the best of
luck in, his new venture.
Atlas Club 2, Seymour Aeenrlcs 1
Bie Mac Lane and Ted Albrit Albritton
ton Albritton were the hieh scorers for
the Atlas Club with series of 536
eand 534 bnt the big lift came
from Walt Colclasnre, who
makes a habit over rolling well
over his average when it is
needed. Ann Simrak. suhbini
for Myrtle Albritton helned but
with a nice 411 series. For the
Agencymen lt was Chuck M"c M"c-Garvey
Garvey M"c-Garvey and Vireil Camby the
high men but well below the
APA 2. Tivoli Motors 1
APA had one of their best
nights in a Ion while to win 2,
eames from, Tivoli.' Boh Est-r
and Bob Powen -wer jtbebwv
men for APA with S73 and 56
series. Bob Bowen
Included a
it,.. i..
fesf Rraniff sarvica to

Unbeaten Teams Impressive

Winners In First 2 Game

Atlantic Twilight Baseball
. W L
Powells ...... ,.,.2 o
C.H.S. 2 0
CHS-Alumni ....0 2
USS Jasper 0 2
Sunday's Results
Powells 18 USS Jasper l
Tonight's Game
Powells vs C.H.S.
Probably the anticipation of
an impendingr ough race with
Cristobal High School's Tigers
for the Atlantic Twilight League
nice 210 same alona with his
series. Earl Best chipped in with
a 213 game and a 555 series. Bill
Coffey and Ted Schmidt led the
Tivoli gang with 604 and 539.
Bill had games of 212 and 213
to go alone wtih Ted's 214.
Tascd Batteries 2, Colonial
Insurance 1
Tasco Batteries, led bv Bud
Balcer's 'b's 65ft series, continued
to stay within striking distance
rr tii. loariora hv wlnninor two
out of three from Colonial. Bud's
48 series ranks third hieh for
the season. Harry Colbert and
Woody Woodcock have the
leagues hishest series of 675 Jnd
667. Fd Lowande was the other
bie sun for the Tasco tem with
a game of 223 and a 559 series.
Al Minor and Hank Barbee were
the only ones to eo over 500 for
th insiirancemen as they won
only the last game and that by
n mere 6 pins.
Tent' Cola 2. Braniff A'rwavs 1
Frank Melnick had hi best
series of the season to lead the
Pensi Kids to their win over the
rsllar-dwelllng Braniff five
Frank's 59 was foliwed by
George Riley with a s" series,
after starting with a 236 game.
Pepsi bad a big 104 the first
game. For Braniff lt was the
'old man of the- flleys Harry
Klumno with a 552 series. He
was followed bv that lovial foff foff-duty)
duty) foff-duty) policeman. Boh Toland
with a 513. Pob is tain the
place of Woody and wi" try to
pull thm out of the cellar.
Standings at the end of the
17 week:
W I,
Atlas Club 30 21
Tivoli Motors .3(1 21
Tasco Batteries ;.28 23
Seymour Agencies .,,,..26 25
pensi Cdl a i w. . . . 24 '? 27
APA .'. ..... .,jk..k.23', 28
Colonial'lnsurance . .22 29
Braniff Airways
.....21 '30
mil ';ct $
29 yah of
frying axpaoaac

Jhl rf

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First-class and
.TourUt Service

championship, Powells donned
their hittlns clothes for the

ret. (trip to Mt. Hope to face tha
1.000 1 hapless USS Jasper ninei' Merely
1 000 one-half a game behind the Tig Tig-OOOjers
OOOjers Tig-OOOjers before the game, there was
.000 j little doubt of how the stand standings
ings standings would be at the end of the
1 game from the very first inninrc.

The defending champs staeed
a 13-bit assault over two Jasper
hurlers and handed the latter
sound 18-1 thrashing.
Laurel Highley, makine hi
first 1957 starf for-Powells, was
credited with the- win. scattnP-'
in? three Jasper hits' over hit
five inning tenure of duty
Highley left the mound because
of shoulder 'trouble after th
end of the fifth, and Noel Gih-
son took! over to fin'sh the ob;
Dave Mann.' the loslne v hurWr
actually performed much better
than the 11-run score against
him indicates.
Mann got absolutely no .unj"
port from his infield, especially
in the second frame when PiyrSf
ells scored 6 times on but one"
hit, a triple bv Louis Dedeaw
In that fateful second, each 'of
the Jasper infielders miscued orr-
whflt wouJrt ordinarily have been
routine outs,
Dedeaux'wai the hitilnn-Vptr
of the afternoon. coll"-tftW
three trinies In as minv official
trips to the plate. Dedeaux' foM
of three-bashers for the season
are now four in a dp1' of ganff
Dsdeaux also drew three vsF-s
and scored five of his team's W
runs. Noel Gibson, who piaveff
at the hot corner before eolng
to the hill. 8lso had three
a single, a double and a triple
In six tries.
The HehN-at Mt. Hop sfi
dium have been repaired and tha
Atlantic Twllicht Baseball learrje
will resume night baseball to tonight
night tonight at Mt. Hope Stadium with
Powells meeting Cristobal Htette
School at 7 o'clock. The wlnfr
of this one will take over first,
nlacp in the youne race for the
'57 championship.
Powells, at first thoueht a
runaway favorite to con honors
again this year, can now look
for a fight from the lads of
Cristobal High who have won.
their first two games in an im-
presslve manner. Luke Palumiw
will have either of his two si pis, t
Ray croft or Dannv concenion
ready for. this important meet i
ine with the defendmij ehamns.,
Noel Gibson.; who threw easily J
for two Innines gurtday. will go
against the High School boys.-
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pal municipal court. ,'
The morals case Involving a 14-
year-oia gin "-" --.
dumped at that time m the- lap of
State Auy. icuiu ---the
filing of criminal chages Ger Ger-stein
stein Ger-stein said he personally will pros prosecute'
ecute' prosecute' the case In an all-out at attempt
tempt attempt for a conviction.
The 34-year-old pugilist was ar arrested
rested arrested with three other persons
last Wednesday at Jus bar and
package store here. He was
charged with encouraging Uie
voung girl to become a prostitute,
with maintaining or operating a
place for the purpose of prostra
tion ana coninDuuug --r-quency
of a minor by serving her
Police said the pretty brunette
used UMotta's bar as a place to
solicit customers at $20 ana up
per date.
Hung Upside Down,
Greased Like Hog,
But Finally Saved
.txttt a lur TTnolnnd. Jan.
HE,L,ir.iinn '"
15 (UP) A 26-year-old man wno
liked to explore holes in the
wound was rescued from one to today
day today after spending 14 hours hang hanging
ing hanging upside down 60 feet beneath
the eartn s tunac?.
Henry Thierens became wedged
i inctorHov while exDlor-
lng earth cavities with four

Two schoolbovs crawled down
into the hole with brandy and tea
for the trapped man and greased
Thierens' body In the hope of eas easing
ing easing him out.
But all rescue attempts failed
until firemen and mine rescue
' squads from a town 70 miles
away reached the scene
No Walrus He,
Mac Is Clipped
LONDON (UP) Prime Minister
Harold MacMUlan demonstrated a
personal "new look" at 10 Down-,
ing Street today by shaving off
about one-third of the biggest
mustache In the British govern government
ment government I
" Until Anthony Eden's resigna resignation.
tion. resignation. MacMillan sported a buge
bushy, droopy mustache that gave
cartoonists a chance to portray
him looking like a walrus.
Now it's a neat Just-over-the lip
model. About an nich has been
-snipped off each aide.
Israelis Nab Two
Arab Infiltrators
Israeli army patrol captured two
Arab 4nfi'tralors early this morn morning
ing morning in the northwest Negev
ttMii Grulot and TseelUn. a

mi''tary spokesman announced. 1
The spokesman said ooe infiltra-,
tor wounded .In the leg while
t t:vi mn escsped., 1

HmexpeniAvit WmnttTMBHoa


1 Street Na. 11
Agendas Internal, de Publicacionee
No. S Lottery Plaxa
Central Ave. tt

I 11 1

TWO COURSES on Invisible Re Re-weaving.
weaving. Re-weaving. Save you money, also
profitable sideline. Panama 2 2-5430,
5430, 2-5430, Baltimore Brown.
FOR SALE: Dua to trip. Living
room set and other furniture.
House 5512 Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE: Dining room set,
excellent condition. Corner of
50th and 17th Streets, San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. Phone 3-4702.
FOR SALE: One 11 -tube G.e7
radio, 2 upholstered chairs, one
couch, seven Venetian blinds.
House 1542-A, Balboa. Phone
FOR SALE: General Electric re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 60-cycle, 6-ft. Al Almost
most Almost new. Make offer. Panama
FOR SALE: Wicker porch set 6
pieces, one showcase, mahogasy
living room set 7 pieces. Phone
2-2236 from 8 to 12 noon and
2 to 8 p.m.

JOHN G. PARKER (center), equipment 'mechanic at the Laa
Cruces Army Engineer shops, receives a check for $45 and a
suggestion award from George P. Curb (left), shop foreman.
Parker suggested simplifying the repair of moving equipment
in the field. George Reimlller (right), Engineer equipment
foreman, looks on. (UJS. Army Photo)


(PA-C) This handsome Ford 1957 Convertible overflows
with personality. Models are Ester Navarr. Beatris Qoel Qoel-quejeu,
quejeu, Qoel-quejeu, I.ii Suazo, Mireya Forras, Mary: Morcan and Pat
Qtrrnau Both car and models will appear in the parade of
19S7 cars at the Revue of Reviews on Saturday nirht at
the National Stadium. Besides the auto shew there will be
a spectacular equestrian exhibit presented by the Panama
Ridinr School, sons, and dances. Tickets are on sale at
the Trvoli Guest House, the Balboa Service Center, the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Buildinf and the Civil Affairs Buildins; in the
Zone. In Panama alone Central Avenue, ladies will be
posted to sell tickets.

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ACU IUVKMUU v V - -w -'
U one or several parties new mod era building- to be
eonstrurted In excellent location with ample parkins:
area. Available for November 1957 occupancy.
Willing to design to tenants specifications on lonr term
contract. Those interested write to: P. O. Box 494Z
Panama R, P. ttmm
NOTICE: To all who have written In reply to
previous ad
and kindly man copy of your letter to:
P. O. Box 4942. Panama. R, P.

182 La Carrasu.uUla
No. it "U" Straat
4th ot Jul Ave. i St

FOR SALE: Records, classic,
popular and jaxx. AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street No. 6-A.
FOR SALE: Office furniture,
large couch (day bed), fluores-.
cent lamps, fans. Call 3-0368.
FOR SALE: New, large anten antenna;
na; antenna; used heater for 1952 Ford'
2-door sedan. Reasonable. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 4393.
FOR SALE: National Schools
radio, electronics, T.V. course,
$25. Box 52, Curundu, C.Z. ;
FOR SALE: Afghan hound,
champion stock, female, 4 years
old. Call Navy 3519. ;
FOR SALE: U Street No. 33,
Calidonia: one piano, good con-
dition, $150.
FOR SALE: Admiral refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, 4 cu. ft. H Street No. 822,
Apt. I, Calidonia. Phono 3 3-3983.
3983. 3-3983. 1
FOR SALE OR LEASE: Estab Established
lished Established filling station business
which includes sale of accesso accessories,
ries, accessories, auto and tire repair. The
only service station in. the inte interior
rior interior town of Los Santos, Call Ar Ar-ze,
ze, Ar-ze, Phone 3-6413.
am enace an ene floor


. Ave. Thrall Ne s
MS Contra! Ave.
1M Central Avae

FOR SALE: 1950 Lincoln For For-dor
dor For-dor Sedan, wsw tires,- 'motor
and interior in excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Call A2C John Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Albrook 2166.
FOR SALE: Two 1948 Lincoln.
1 coupe, I 4-door sedan), bath
. good running condition. Quar Quarters
ters Quarters 337-B, Fort Clayton, C.Z.
$150 etch.
FOR SALE: 1947 Olds 4-door;
6-cyl., wradio, SI 99. Via Es Es-pina
pina Es-pina No. 2216. Phone 3-5086.
FOR SALE: 1953 Cadillac 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, excellent condition, 22,000
actual miles', all extrn, power
steering. Quarters 28 3-A, Al Albrook.
brook. Albrook. Phone office 86-4138,
home 86-4214.
FOR SAtf: Vl-ton Morris Vn
truck, food condition. Bargain.
Autos Eisanman.
M iWilanous
FOR RENT: Offices from Feb February
ruary February I, 1957. Location: corner
of 32nd Street and Avenida Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Do your work in a delightful
and cool atmosphere, facing Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's colorful bay. Easy parking.
Close to banks, U.S., British Em Embassies
bassies Embassies and government offices.
Rental includes: janitor service,
light, and water, air-conditioning
and night watchman. Inouire:
Telephone 3-0238 or 3-0368.
WANTED: Good heme for dog
(male Boxer). Interview requir required.
ed. required. Phone Balboa 3791.
Social and
80 Attend Annual
Parish Meeting
At St. Lukes
Approximately 80 members at
tended the Annual Parish Meet inl
and Dinnder of the Cathedral of
St. Luke, held In Bishop Morris
mil last night.
' A buffet dinner was nlanner) hv
Mrs. Albert Daniels, President of
the women s Auxiliary.
' A budget of $36,000 was approv
ed bv the riarish. This fipurp rp
fleets the incretsed activity of the
Cathedral, the budget in 1951 hav
ing Deen approximately $14,000.
Mr. Daniel F. Snyder, Cathedral
Treasurer, was Chairman of the
Budget Committee.
Another Item of business was
the Biship's nomination of seven,
ard the Parish election nf f i v
members to the Cathedral Chapt
er, iney were; Mr. Harold J. Zier Zier-ten,
ten, Zier-ten, Mrs. Frod J. Gerhardt, Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Ian L. Henderson Cn
Richard M. Lovelace, Mr. Edward
j. Lucas, Mr. Daniel F. Snyder,
Mr. David A. Yerkes, Mr. John
P. Smith. Mr. Donald Tribe Mr
Fred Denton and Mr. John B.
Mr. Denton, Mr. Snyder, Mr.
Sields, Mr. Tribe and Mr. Edward
Lucas were elected to act as Del Del-eeates
eeates Del-eeates to the Convocation. And
Mr. Lauren D. Lampert, Mr. Fred
Gerhardt, Col. Frank D. Miller,
Mr. Otto Hausemann and Mr. Ger German
man German Naranjo were elected as al alternates.
ternates. alternates. The Convocation will be held in
the Cathedral beginning with a
Reception by the Right Rev. Reg
inald H. Gooden, S.T.D., Bishop of
the Cathedral, in the Fern Room
of the Tivoli Guest House on Wed.
evening, Feb. 20. The formal Con Convocation
vocation Convocation Will be held on Feb. 23
National Sojourners
Hold Installation
al Sojourners will hold its Instal-
rv.Ltnii. n K rverl from
V'Wnkaua mil
lation Night Ceremony for t h e
Incoming Officers at Albrook Air
Force Base OHicers uuo vomui vomui-row
row vomui-row beginning, at 1930 hours. This
is to be a Ladies 'night and a,
well and members may Invite at.
mav guests as they wish.
The weekly Carnival dance
irjin tn win kmm Dinner will be
served from 2030 to 2130 hours.
tviinUrinr hort Installation
Ceremony, the balance of the eve-'
ning will be devoted to dancing to
the music of tne "imenuuea
Physical CertdHiouinff
Croup For Women -At
A women's physical coodiUoning
group, which includes light eat:s-
thenics and voUeyball will be re-j
instated at the uaiooa i am v n
TV,. tiii 4a Ane to both SCrv
ice and civilian wives. For moro
information, phone Mrs. Pe illy
Trsd, Balboa Z-1S1S or us im,n,
i Balboa 2-2759. I

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ATTENTION, Q. f.l Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941. ;'
FOR RENT: Modern one-bedroom
apartment, living and din dining
ing dining room, balcony, stove, refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, hot water. Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. Phone 3-7192, hours 6-7
- p.m. ., : V.i. ' 1
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom,
two-bathroom apartment,
living and dining room, balcony,
maid's room. Campo Alegre. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-7192, hours 6-7 p.m.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart-'
- meat (corner): living-dining
- room, $70, screened. 56 Belisa
rio Porras. Key apartment No. 2.
Information phone 2-2316 or 3 3-0234.
0234. 3-0234. FOR RENT
FOR RENT: In Barriada Domin Domingo
go Domingo D'n (Ingenio): One chalet
No. 65, of 2 bedrooms, $60.
Information at Pueblo Nueve No.
4172. Phone 3-4822,'
Real Estate
FOR SALE: 3-bedreom attrac attractive
tive attractive modern chalet In the heights
of El Cangrejo en 800 m2 of
land. Phone Panama 3-0238.
FOR SALE: Beautiful home in
Golf Heights: 3 bedrooms air air-conditioned,
conditioned, air-conditioned, 2 baths, large liv living
ing living room, dining room, bar,
kitcherl, maid's quartan, 2-car
garage. Front and back patio.
Adjacent to golf course. Can bo
seen by appointment. Call 3 3-4936.
4936. 3-4936. FOR SALE- House, fully fur furnished,
nished, furnished, gas ttoe," refrigerator,
electric lights, plenty of water.
Near Gorgona Beach, '$3500.
Phone 2-4474 Balboa. t
erwide i
' -Continutd
Tamborito Classes
The weekly Carnavaf dance
classes continue at the USO-JWB
every Wednesday evening begin beginning
ning beginning at 7:30 p.m., and are under
the direction nf Mr. AnWtn Mm.
coso, instructor of native dance at
ine national School of Dance
in Panama.' t
The next Class will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night, and newcomers are
cordially invited to join the al already
ready already popular class in lesrning
the native dances.
Country Dances
Weekly At YMCA
A program of folk and square
dancing is offered each Werlnps.
day evening from' 8:00 to 10:00 at
uie uaiDoa ymua. The dances are
aimed at the beginner and inter intermediate
mediate intermediate dancer with mnn am.
phasis on enjoyment than perfec
tion, auers kosi Cunningham,
Clarence Foiles, and Ed Kinnett
are available fnr anv infnrmarinn
or instruction. The program Is oo oo-en
en oo-en to service personnel and YM YMCA.
CA. YMCA. square dance hostesses.
service couples are invited to at attend
tend attend a weinie roast and slash par party
ty party in their hnnnr at th V nn Fri
day, January 25 at 6 p.m. For
iuirner imormauon call tne Y at
Balboa 2-2759.
Tickets. Co On Sale
For 4th Annual
Policeman's Ball
Reservations mav ho mH, hv
calling Balboa 2128 for the best
tables at the 6th. Annual Ball
sponsored by the Canal Zone Lo Local
cal Local No. 13 of the International As
sociation of Fire Fighters. The
Ball this year will once again be
held at the El Panama Hotel Feb.
Tickets mav be ohtampH ti
each from 'anv Canal 2nn nr ML
mary rosi lire station
Inere will be thre Hmr nr!,.u
for the luckv ticket hnH- nine
numerous spot prizes which will
be awarded to the rniinle who
nappen to pe ou ine right spot at
uie ngni time.
Lucho Azearratza and hi. rv ..
tra will entertain with l t,n an.t
Stateside music. Dancing will be)
from 8:30 p.m. to the wee hours
of the morning.
Th Civil Affairs RniMin r-
ing lot .will again be ufiUed for
guests using uie taxi service ii
sd from the hotel.
CZ Art League
Meets Next Teesday
The Canal Zone Art League will
meet next Tuesday at 7 30 p m.
in the library of the JWB USO.
Stfiinca that Was tSltnaaail
from the December mertin ili
take place at this time The ao-
minaUng coram nice win preent
its slate of new offies .-.
tions will then be held. Members
are urged to be present lor ttu
important meeung.


: ; J. tn 4e la Otu Ave. No. 41 i
. Jests Arosemea Ave. and tt St.

M Street Na. U
beach house. One mil past Ca Ca-,
, Ca-, sino. Phone Balboa 1 866. :
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages, Modern conveniences,
. moderate rates. Phona Gamboa
6-44 1.
PHILLIPS Occanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Djablo Hts.
phone Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
LOST: Eyeglasses, red-plaid
frames, name Kathryn Koscher
inside case. Phone 3-0174 Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Reward, v

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winmng suggestion was for the elimination of vimUmmldL
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Via Porras ill
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre

FOR RENT. Furnished room,
oath and entrance independent,,
for one person. Between 7-9 p.m.
Phone 3-6046. 2nd Street Pere Pere-jil
jil Pere-jil (Temutocles Diax Street) No.
7-189, upstairs. ; i
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished,
large, cool, clean room, private
bath, to responsible couple with without
out without children. Phone 3-0775.
Wanted Position
Long experienced English-Spanish
stenographer b translator wants
full or part-time job. Call 2-
3 110.
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Our biggest Anniversary SALE
Fantastic BARGAINS
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low wrices

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Wanted to Buy
'WANTED: Pretty fur overcoat,
preferably black, sixe 16, youth- ;
ful eplor, sixe 12, One for child i
12 years old. "Another afor gen gen-'
' gen-' tteman, large sixe. Als'o 'winter,
clothing, sixe 12 and 16. Also I
attractive 1 evening and cocktaif
clothing. Phone 3-4976.
Boats & Motors :
FOR SALE; Two Chris Craft
145-horsepower marine engines,
dual controls, panels, automatia
reverse gears, in excellent oper operating
ating operating condition. See Albert Bar-
ton, Balboa Yacht Club.
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Slickest Gold Theil
Still Fools Police,
Bui They're Closer
' GENEVA. Jan. 15 (UP)-TWb
week U the first aniJvrsary of
one of the slickest fold thefts In
J criminal history and pollee are
still huntlnr for th gold.
TheV toot, i 350''one-kilogTam
told ingots flown In from Paris
vfor several Swiss banks and va va-t
t va-t i... j tan nnn nl1arit vanishea

i f in broad daylight from the busy

; railroad station square- ne
Itbe afternoon of Jan. 19 1955.
- Itis belteued to w-
eeT tht border -tnfo Franc.
trff?Hn half an Aoftr. p7
rwsfonw posts could be tlertet.
Thert hat been no trace of
tince, although insurance com companies
panies companies are tm offering a 100.-OOO-frane
i$2S,300) reward for
1 After a year of patient detec
tlTt work, much more Is known
. ManMt InvnlTM and

;the way the theft was organised

! than the fate of their ioot.
though the story is still lar from
. compleU. i' U
Two men are to Jail to Paris,
. strongly suspeeted of haying
pulled off the coup In Geneva,
bnt indictment, on trial are
till far away for both.

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Puerto Rico Termed

Enterprise Showcase

By Information Head

Tho new chief of U. S. overseas
;.,.tl artivitiei Slid today

n.. vixi i a "ihowcase

example of whr.t free emerprwe
can accomplish in areas striving

to improve uving sinuru

Arthur-Larson, director of the

TJ. S. Information Agency, recent

ly went to Puerto ico as .rrew
y.. wimhnwr'i oeraonsl reDre-

sentative for the insugurstion of

Governor Lui Munox Marin.

T'ln on Interview,' Larson said he

WSS "strongly impreiea vj

Puerto Rico's strides in nousing,
industry, schools, hospitals and
advances "on all fronts."
Puerto Rico, he said, "Provides
an excellent showcase for a great
deal of the message we are trying
to get across to other countries."
Larson recalled that Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower last week in his State of
the Union Message stressed the
mirk In tha affair of nib-

kind" being brought about by at

tacks on tyranny, injustice, in inequality
equality inequality and poverty

"Larson said that the chief; prob

lem-is the emergence urougooui
the world of new countries which
art ahaklnf Off rlgtfltisIlT afTt-

rias economies and trying to lift

their living stanasras. -"Tha
Cammuniat answer la to

dMmr nrivato nrocertv. eelleetJ-

rise agricultur. and have the

state use over everyuunf, no
said. "la this process, the free-

iinm f tha Btooie ana aemocraac

processes are destroyed." ;

Tarann nil) there is a danger

Ha an Mmntrieo will not believe

7"" Ithst the free enterprise system

' jnism to provide them with their
'N wants. But he si id Puerto Rico's

rapid development shows that tree
antarnria 111 nlso brine stand

ards without destroying the demo-J

critic rights of tna people.

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'Murder J rial Opens Of Qoctor Who.,.

Lost: Wealthy Widow Patient
Gained: Sports Car, Rolls Royce


.The crown charged today Dr.
John Bodkin Adams forced a
" wlrinw into drug addic-

tioT.nd then killed her with i over over-doses
doses over-doses of narcotics .after she

named him in her win.
' The charge followed a legal' bat;

tie in Eastnourne -..
...kothor evidence bear

court vvei wu"11" jm
. .u. j,c nf other wealthy

mi on uie hahe.

atients oi me P""f?

for should, be nearu

The bodies oi

, h.Vr been exhumed and the ere ere-.
. ere-. nave u-.- omnnrar

mation of sun anui" --

' e twice asked that the
oe cleared. The magistrate
iSSTS. ffidF of Pubhc and Press

- hear the remamuei
ecujor's opening ttemn:r de,
the m u r O B I

doctor's patients.
1 Miiford Stevenson

ope ST the Preliminary beam
aainst the 57-year-old doctor,
!fff A dam s ''administered or

ciused to be administered ore,
which killed Mrs. Edith Alice
tnd trial for murder, the prose prose-cutton
cutton prose-cutton can produce records of
? .L Mrs. Morrell over a

twoTwelk period. He said it was a
EtSf UP f that dosage
i?pnf,winh the Crown says

caused this lady's death.
,.- ...;j,, Konnpathed the aoc


highest average income of any
city in England. Police later re
ceived anonymous letters suggest suggesting
ing suggesting they look into the deaths of

several persons over the past ten


The investigation delved back as
far as 34 years ago when Adams
rode into Eastbourne on a bicycle,
an impoverished young doctor out
to make good. And make good he
He lives in a large, rambling
house, with a fine collection of
guns, cameras, and frequent vis visits
its visits from a string of girl friends.

Aaams is Deiieved to be only
the fourth doctor to be charged

wini muiuer in recent British his history.
tory. history. The investigation has

a sensation here, and hundreds 6f

Duusn ana foreign newsmen were

uii nana xor we hearings today.
Worldwide Shortage

Of Airline Pilots
Endanger Safely
LONDON, Jan. 15 (UP) A
world wide shortage of airline pi pi-ots
ots pi-ots is causing many flyers to
leave the profession anH ie

- v,u-

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

32nd YEAR



Weapon Of Shame' Is Newest In Integration Fight
Incidents Continuing Flaring Throughout All South

MONTGOMERY, Ala:, Jan. 15

JVegro leaders of the deep south

bus integration movement 1 a 1 1

movement last night declared a
policy, of non violence that they
expect to "shame" white terror

ists; -who dynamited churches and
homes here.
The Rev. Martin Luther King,
leader of the movement in Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, said the segregation ex extremists
tremists extremists would have to dynamite

50,000 homes not just two to

dlsuade them from their cause. v
The homes of two leaders ; and
four churches that had been used
for Negro rallies during the in integration
tegration integration movement were badly,
damaged by dynamite bombs last


Buses at Montgomery remained

j i ""

tndav p saia dent, but in Tallahassee, Fla. bus

es rouea mioui inciueni unaer a

cas involving th $ped w i t h t The Virginia pupil placement ceed under Virginia law. Gov.
...u;u -.fx:-: i. ... ...:n;nM a. im lknA- I : ;Mf.jfl I tu t i 1 ; i

which officials art willing to in-

tagrat Mamphii Stat Colltg
might b appealed to th U. S
Supram Court.
The Sixth U.S Circuit .Court of

Appeals at Cincinnati yesterday

ruled against a plan to admit Ne

groes- in five years, reversing a

federal district court which had

refused to order the college to ad

mit Negroes immediately.

board announced it intends to pro

ceed with assigning pupils next

month despite a district federal
court ruling at Norfolk, that this
method of sidestepping court inte

gration decisions w unconsutu
tional on Its face."-

The three-man board announced
yesterday that "unless and until

lawfully prevented" it Will pro-


"The airline Dilof short,

world-wide and is far more seri serious
ous serious than most neonl..

L.M. pilot Arthur r n Miti..i

said In a lettr'tn ih

limes, it is even causing pifots
to leave their profession and take
up executive appointments elsewhere."

r and also

an expensive ex

changed her win M1U.U,
ahr died, leaving an estate valued
it several hundred thousand dol
. 1 j rtipil the cause of

iar. Auaina
jlaath as cerebral thrombosis.
Adams is defended by Geoffrey
th rrorder of cni-

Chester in Sussex, who is assisted hlgh cost of Uot training.
rrtwsrd Clarke. Adams at nrsii "Holland Onpratp an aii

retained Sir Hartley Shawcross,
former attorney general and one
of Britain's most brilliant legal
minds. However, he withdrew a
lew days ago because of the press-
.... Alif uiArk

The case started as back-yard
gossip in this resort town of 59,-

OOU, wnicn, incMcuu'Vi

Mitchell said pilots are "over "overworked"
worked" "overworked" because of the shortage
The world's airlines are building a
shaky and unsatisfactory struc structure"
ture" structure" as a result.
"The world's airlines are order ordering
ing ordering equipment for which they do
not have the crew to operate safe safely.
ly. safely. '? an .""fatigued condition,"
Mitchell said. "The rrra r.

getting sufficient time off with
their families and it is these
things that -'eter recruits, not thp

Sir Winston Leaves
For French Riviera
With Budncrrar

LONDON, Jan. 15 (UP) Sir
Winston Churchill leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for his annual winter holiday

holiday of painting wriuns u
iuniring on the French Riviera.
TU 82-year old foriper Premier
wlllalso rest up from a busy week
during which he took part in the
British government crisis.
Churchill will fly to France. His
oil paints, easel and pet budgerl budgerl-gw"Toby"
gw"Toby" budgerl-gw"Toby" le'ft by train and sea
The elder statesman also plans
to work on his history of the English-speaking
peoples during h i s
v al weeks on the Riviera. La-

diL Churchill was expected to join

him towards tnc eno. oi w

Holland ODerates an airfins ni.

lot school, and training is free, but
even Holland is acutely short of

puois, ne said.

new law giving the operators re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for keeping the races

seated separately

Officials in Birmingham. Ala.

gave no indication of when a hear

ing will be held on the federal suit
of Negroes challenging the con

stitutionality of the bus segrega
tion law of that city.

The suit also seeks to block city

trials of the 21 Negroes arrested

for defying the city law in an inte

gration test last Dec. 26. The trial

has been set for eb. 11.
In Tennenta Stat Atty.
George McCanlets indicated a

Council Racked

STANTON, Calif., Jan. 15

(UP) The city rio longer will be
run from a pool table. The City
Council, which has been meet meeting
ing meeting for a year around a pool
table In temporary quarters at
the fire house, has leased facil facilities
ities facilities for city offices.

CZJC Extension Classes
To Include Forty Courses


"t There ore some politicions who
would stay in the middle of the
rood even !f thev hod to pave the
. country.

J Weather Or Not
- This weather revert for the 24

bean Canute; I a.m. rday, ie pi pi-pMrtA
pMrtA pi-pMrtA ey the Meteetoloflical and
'. MyaWajrapfcic Breach ef K Pan-
M Caaal Cemeaay:

. aahl ..
RAIN iiachea)

17 13
TO 74
41 67
Wl NE24
71 10

Forty courses. Including 17 lr

the business and commercial de department,
partment, department, will be offered for
the second semester of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Junior College Exten Extension
sion Extension Division.
Registration for thP second
semester will be held Thursday,
Jan. 24 between 6:30 and 8:30
p.m. in the office of the Cnal
Zone Junior Colleee. Most class classes
es classes will start Monday, Feb. 4. N
In addition to the extensive
selection of business and. com commercial
mercial commercial suhtecr.s. other courses
will be offered in ensrineerino;.
languages, mathematics, social
studies, household arts, and

speecn and dramatics.
Commercial and business suh.
iects Include ar-countlne. busi business
ness business law, shorthand, typewrit typewriting,
ing, typewriting, busWss Fnlish and bsi-

ness mathematics. EnelneCrfng
courses include en"ineerlne
drawin. machine drawing, sheet
metal drawine and architectural
Other courses listed are ele elementary
mentary elementary Spanish, algebra, trig trigonometry,
onometry, trigonometry, calculus, child gui guidance.
dance. guidance. T tln Americn nollMcal
and social history, nnhiip gnev
tns. dramatics anri selection and
const.nirtion nf r'othfr.
On the Atlanir Pid courses
In el-mentarv sbnrt.hnnd.. mn mn-versntional
versntional mn-versntional Snon'sh pnrf the
theory and nrxr-ir-p of invest investment
ment investment wi'1 he offered. R"lstn R"lstn-tlon
tlon R"lstn-tlon for thc r!nss"! wMl tflVe
nlnre -Tsin. 59 from "" to
n.m. In the Cristobfl, Hleh


The Schools Division has an-'

nounced that courses for which
fewert han 10 students register registered
ed registered will not be started and final
class schedules may djffer some somewhat
what somewhat from the reglstrttion
schedule in class hours and In Instructors.
structors. Instructors. With the exception of the en engineering
gineering engineering classes, which are
scheduled for Saturday morn mornings,
ings, mornings, all classes will meet on
Mondays and Thursdays.
Doctor Treated

Bv British Docs

LONDON, Jan. 15 (UP)-Britain
said today a Russian doctor, who

:oviet authorities say was "shang "shanghaied,"
haied," "shanghaied," was under treatment in a'
mental hospital following a suicide

Radio Moscow chareerl lar

night that Dr. Ivan Biryukov, who

jumped ship" last month in Hull,
was being "forcibly detained."
The broadcast demanded his re


The British Foreign Office said
Biryukov asked for political asv-

lum. He was taken to a hotel in

Richmond while authorities con

sidered his Tequest.

Hotel officials called police when

he locked himself in his room. He
slashed his neck and wrists and

the police arrived, apparently
jumped out of the window when
fearing they Intended to return
him to Russia.


President Eisenhower may ask

Congress to increase the three per

cent interest rate on U. S. Savings
Bonds to help reverse a drop in
sales, it was disclosed today.
The problem became acute in

the last half of 1956 when invest investors
ors investors found the bonds have become
something less than "one of the

world s finest investments as ad

Milton Eisenhower

Offered TV Time

To Answer McCarthy


Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, the

President's brother, was invited

today to make a televised reply
to Sen. .Joseph R. McCarthy's

charge that he is part of a mot

ley crew" around the chief

executive. ;

The invitation was : issued by

Martha Rountree, producer of the
ABC television" program. "Press

Conference." The same invitation

was issued to Paul G. Hoffman,

U.S. delegate to the United

Nations, who was similarly la

belled by the Wisconsin Re


Miss Rountree told the two men

in telegrams that she wanted to

"make sure that the public hears
both sides of all controversial

issues." She told Dr. Eisenhower
and Hoffman that they could ap appear
pear appear any time that was con

venient to them. t

McCarthy said on Sunday's

"Press Conference" program that
Dr. Eisenhower, president of

Johns Hopkins University at Balti

more, and Hoffman were part of

a motley crown" which is doing
the nation a great deal of

He also said the President's

brother is a leftist and has been
ever sinre he worked at the Agri

culture Department during early
New Deal days. He sarcastically

dismissed Hoffman as a "throw "throwback
back "throwback on the human race."

McCarthy also included in his
list of "dangerous" men surround
ing the chief executive Sherman

Adams, the President's top assist

ant, and C. D. Jackson, a former

White House aide.

A spokesman for Miss Rountree
said the program had received no

complaints ever McCarthy's state-

ments. The spokesman also said
that neither Dr. Eisenhower nor
Hoffman ha 1 requested time to

reply to McCarthy.
In her telegrams to Dr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and Hoffman, Miss Roun Rountree
tree Rountree said that "as producer of a
news program we interview public

figures of all shades of opinion.

rrom a publ'C service standpoint
it has always been a cardintl and
aasic principle of mine to make

sure that the public hears both
sides of all controversial issues."

With interest rates rising gener

ally, Americtns. chose to put their

money in other investments. As a

result, 1956 bond sales fell about

557 million dollars short of the
government's goat, of more than
5.6 billion dollars.'.; :
A Treasury official Said the ad administration
ministration administration has been considering

boosting the interest Tate for some
time. But he said "We haven't de decided
cided decided on just how or when yet."

Americans still own more than
57 billion, dollars worth of series

iu and H savings bonds. But a

Treasury official conceded the de

partment is "running scared." Ho

said the public cashed in 100 mil

lion dollars more than they bought

in the last seven, months of 1956.
Over the full year 1956. Ameri

cans bought 211 million dollars

more in bonds than they cashed
in. This was a serious decline,
however," fro m 1955 when pur

chase's topped cash-ins by 717 mil

lion dollars.
Series E bonds come in small

figures, sttrtlng with the $25 bond

that ; is purchased for J18.75 una

is used in many payroll deduction

plans. Series H bonds come -only
in the $500 denomination.

Both yield three per cent a

year. But the buyer must hold his
series E bonds for a full nine
years and eight months to collect
the full interest rate. The return

is slightly faster on H bonds.
EOKA Ambush
NICOSIA, Cyprus, Jan. 15 (UP)-

Gunmen believed to be members

of the anti-British Eoka under

ground shot and killed a British
serviceman today while he was
riding a motorcycle.

Thomas B. Stanley said he will

oacK up the board's policy.
King told the mass meeting in

Montgomery that the unity of the

negroes "wiu soon cause the op-

pressor to become ashamed of his

own methods."

Four Negro churches and the

homes of two ministers were
bombed in the early Thursday
morning hours. King said the vio

lence was ,"the most startling and

appalling expression of man s in
humanity to man."

Gomulka Won Over
Info Accepting
Moscow Leadership
-WARSAW, Jan. i5 (UP) Com
munist China Premier Chou En

lai, having won Polish Communist

leader Waldyslaw Gomulka Into
accepting Moscow's leadership of

world Communist policy, returns
to Warsaw today for further talks

Gomulka, who has led Poland s
campaign for greater independ

ence from Soviet domination, bow

ed to Moscow yesterday in an e e-lection
lection e-lection speech.
"Our foreign policy must be
such that it strengthens the posi position
tion position of Poland in the worM and al also
so also strengthens the position of Pol Poland
and Poland in the world and also streng strengthens
thens strengthens the position of Poland's
friends, headed by the SovieLjU SovieLjU-nion,"
nion," SovieLjU-nion," Gomulka declared
Gomulka flatly told the Polish
people yesterday that next Sun Sunday's,
day's, Sunday's, elections were not to choose
between ways of life but to
strengthen the new regime. "In
these elections the, nation is call called
ed called upon- to pronounce itself for
the program of the renovation of

our life '( he said.1 v
"The sneech marked the i first

time the new Polish "democratiz "democratiz-er"
er" "democratiz-er" had publicly conceded Soviet

leadership in foreign affairs. It

indicated his serious concern mat
discontent with Stalinism which
led to his rehabilitation in the Com Communist
munist Communist Party, was going too far.
Speeding 38 mph in a 10-mile
stretch of Gaillard Highway net netted
ted netted a $10 line in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court for Melinda Benita
Swisher, 48, Nicaraguan.
Aurelio Ruiz. Jr.. 19. Panama

nian, was fined $10 for driving

35 mph in a 25-mile zone.

"Body Kidnap Investigation

Accentuates The Negative


cmef or police wuilam Hi Park

er saia today an exhaustive n

vestigation of actress Marie Mc

Donald's kidnap story had pro

duced ansomieiy negative v re

SultS Mjr;.-H,:'r .A 'CI :); U;C

Parker said his detectives had

virtually reached a dead end

after worklnsr on' .the t bizarre

case for more than a week.

: "We have checked out s every

bit of Information in the case

and have failed to find any posi.

tive evidence," Parker said. 'We
can neither -substantiate S nor

disprove her story." i :

Parker has said that he would

like to clear up what he consid

ers to be discrepancies An; Miss

McDonald's story of how; she

was abductea irom ner nearpy

Encino home Jan.4 by two men

and released some Zl hours mi
er nn th desert, s I

Thp police chief had Wanted

Miss vMcoDnaid i to laice a ue

If Paying Unsolved

BONN. Germany, an. 15 (UP)

Britain's lour Rhine army

divisions faced drastic cuts or

even complete withdrawal
dav unless West Germany a.

grees to pay ; half the bill for

maintaining mem m ima uuuu


The fate of the 80,000 crack
British troops and the second
tactical air force in Germany
was the showdown Issue in fi financial
nancial financial talks between the two

countries opening here toaay.
Great Britain has indicat indicated
ed indicated she will call on West Ger Germany
many Germany to nay about 70,000,600

sterling for the upkeep of the,

British Rhine army, utner utner-wise,
wise, utner-wise, she has hinted, she will
be forced for economy reasons
to slash it drastically or even
pull it out altogether.

' Bonn officials said Chancel

lor Konrad Adenauers govern

ment is readv to nav out some'

thing to help Britain and her
present financial straits. But

they said it will reject iiatiy ine
full British demand which would
mean forking ,. out double the
support payments made to Brit-

am. last year. ; ,-; -.f.-5 .f f.

Co tsion Bnnas

" NEW YORK. Jan. 14 (UP)-Wil.

liam Lassaw, 40, of Clifton, JJ.J.,
came to more grief than he feared

today as the result of an auto col-

Lassaw's new Cadillac was

smashed in an accident in Central
Park- last Tuesday night.

When police investigated, they
found 10 unanswered traffic
tickets in Lassaw's glove compart-j

Lassaw appeared for trial today

only to be confronted vltn four

more tickets, for a total ot w.

He was fined $700.

detector test,, but her attorney
jerry Giesler, said he' would, not
permit Miss McDonald to un undergo
dergo undergo such a test because he felt
it would be a "public. Insult":, to
her, ?. Zt .it, w y-;t.
5 He criticized the nolle, for nnt

solving the case, -V ?

Aitnougn not: saying so, Park Parker
er Parker apparently referred t.n rtle

ler's refusal; to allow hi

t. ti tk. i-.-i. i i

wj vB.e Dy saying;
. "Giesler has never talked to
this office and has made no
positive efforf to assist in th
solution. 1 !k-HjS"K

"We have a yery difficult case

in this case-inot with suspects

we are searching for t h

irutnFarker aaaea.

Boys Girls 2

Six babies were born at oco

Soli to Hospital during the week
ending- at midnight Wednesday,
according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital report. During the same per
iod 57 patients were admitted

and 75 were discharged.
Babies were born to the fol

lowing parents: SPC and Mrs..

uoya Btraitt or Fort Gulick.son:

YN-1 and Mrs. Richard Mo
Manus of Coco Sollto. son: RP-3

and Mrs. Arthur Tyler of Coco

Sollto, daughter: Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Thomas of oatun,
daughter ;; and Capt. and Mrs.

Willis DanKle of Fort Gulick.

son; and Mr. and Mrs. Ciprlano;
Santamaria of Mindi, son, .;

Cuba Suspends
Guaranfecs, Sels
Up Censorship

Worker Who Left Here In 1910 Gets First Amazed Look

At PC Waterway In Operation; Guide Is From Hometown

Theodor Hotz who worked on
the Canal construction 47 years
aeo is retting -his first view of

the waterway in ODeration this-i

Hotz arrived Sunday accom accompanied
panied accompanied bv Mrs. Hotz by ship
and w.l. return by plane later
this week to their home in Can-

field, Ohio.

lirst opened and is still in good
operating condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Hotz have a
good personal guide on the visit.
He is John M. Lasovsky, an em employe
ploye employe at Gatun Locks, who is
Irom their home town.
After leaving the Isthmus,

Kotz went to the Philippines
and worked for about ten

district engineer for that com company
pany company when he retired about two
years ago.

HAVANA, Cuba, Jari. 15
(UP) The Cuban government

suspended constitutional guar
antees and invoked censorship
of the nress and radio for a

45rday period early' today 'in
its latest move to battle ter- :
rorlsm and revolution.

The council of ministers an

nounced the modlf led lonn ; of

martial law .covering Havana

and Matanzas provinces the -only
two provinces not already

under suspension of guarantees.

Constitutional rights ". were

suspended In the nrovinces of

Oriehte, Las Villas, Camaguey 1

and Pinar several weeks ago aft

er- a force -of rebels landed in
southern Cuba In a futile at

tempt .to stir, up general revolt.

Government leaders said they

ordered suspension of constitu constitutional
tional constitutional guarantees: because of

terrorist actions: throughout

the country and the need on

the part of the government to
protect the suerar production in industry
dustry industry and private property.

Sugar is the bulwark of Cuba's

More than 60 person have

been killed In Cuba during the
past six weeks in revolutionary

outbreaks and wave, of terror

ism. ' :
Unidentified would-be assas assassins
sins assassins sprayed the car of Col. Or Orlando
lando Orlando Piedra,' chief of the bu bureau
reau bureau of investigation, with ma.
chlnegun bullets yesterday, pie,
dra was not In the parked auto automobile,
mobile, automobile, and no one was inlured,
although a bullet pierced the
sleeve of a policeman standing
nearby. '-; ,-tt :,

He was employed as a me- 'ontlu on tne orlf!mai trmy

chanicl tracer and draftsman
from 1906 until 1910. He was
stationed in Culebra and during
the latter part of his service

was assigned to duty with the
Central Division which had
charge of the Culebra Cut excavation.

The old timer expressed a-

tnazement at the completed Ca Canal
nal Canal and particularly at some of

the machinery which was in installed
stalled installed when the waterway was

fortifications at Corregldor. He

was then employed in tne
States on inspection work by
the Isthmian Canal Commisison,
one of h!s Jobs beins the inspec inspection
tion inspection of some of the parts for
the towing locomotive.
After three years on inspec inspection
tion inspection work for the I.C.C., Hotz
was employed bv the Youngs
town Shtet and Tube Company.
He was employed as assistant

Escape from Draft Possible Under New Army Reserve Policies;
But Tough National Guard Opposition May, Kill it in Congress


WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 (UP) changes ordered by

me A:my in the military re

serve program threatened today
to touco off a new fight in

Congress over how youths

mould fulfill i heir military obli-
The Army's plaa would re reduce
duce reduce the reset-re obligation of
tens ot thousands of young
men and in the future open
up an escape path from the

Rep. Overton Brooks (D-La.), president of the association, i the tme affected personnel must strength by 100,000 men over
chairman of a House Armed said the provision was pat of spend in the ready reserve. two-year period.
Services Subcommittee that j the Vonspiracy".i between the The changes are in line with the! ...
drew up the basic reserve law, defense department Army and Defense Department's new policy! The association, which has pow-

oraered hearings siartea on rD. budget l ureau to put tne na- of empnasizing quality rather thanierful irienas in Congress, fin

4 and tireatned to upset the tumal Ouard out.of business.

pentagons changes bv law if
necessary In event the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee decides the changes are

The National Guard associa association,
tion, association, which has powerful friends
on Capitol Hill, also, was up in

1:1 J
IJI p.m.

summoned an emergency meeting
here Jan. 23 to protest the new
' The Army said the decision was

"based solely on military consid considerations.'
erations.' considerations.' j
Under the new nln reservists

Sk Ombat Readiness I such six months active training Will have, to participate In the
! but are ot required to take it ready reserve for only 4Mi years
Armv Srrrillff Wilber M. Th National uard Asm miJ inc1 of 7V4 vr frr mm.

..iiA.ttnnA kn .W . : I -. n i .. . i . . ,' i

i u'-3uiu uuwcfii, w i cuict i chiisl2ps lTLer aih li i in ual uie nr urupr ri m ira Kir nan. in a nnua at luim orrir a c uKnuttfiv inpir tiv.mrw!h arriv

LOW Jlhe Army could Carry out ItSisix mcntht active-dutv train. : nroem m In "iimrov the combat twkir.rn rhirfrt that mv ir.mmr Thn tS. tl Ka trana.

tm. plan without first getting ap-iine. readiness of the Army reserve! such training mandatory will dis-iferred to the standby resem for

Ma. Gen. Ellard A. Walsh, I components." It ahva will reduce' courage volunteers and cut guard 3 more years.

The Army announced that
it will rcouire all reservists and

National Guardsmen to take at

least six months active training
as part of a broad revision, of its
res-rve program. 1

Congressmen on the House arms. It strongly opposes a pro pro-Armed
Armed pro-Armed .service Committee who "ision in the new program re-

specialize in reserve affairs iouirina that all National Guard1

quantity in the reserve forces.

Cu rdi Aatn. Oppotad
Youths' enlisting in the reserves

already must take six months ac

tive training followed by 7 1 a years
in the ready reserves National
Guard enlistees may volunteer for
such six months active training
but are Bot required to take it

me national uira Assn com-'

prised 'of .guard officials and

I0:0f .n.'proval of Congress.


.35 3:50 :3l 9:00 p.m.


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temptation j
; beyond her
lender yearsl,.

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