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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1957
OF THEjPULSEi-OF PANAMA
Editor' Not Thif roundup
i fimi, furor ind futility in
the Republic of Panama will ba
'carried as often at such com com-'
' com-' moditias continu current dai dai-;
; dai-; ly, we hopa. Culled from Spanish-language
newspapers, H will
'likely persuade our r a a d a t
that people; problems and pol-
- iticians ara squally btfuddla av-
erywhere ..- Washington. Pana
ma, Balboa' Height or Quarry,
' Haights.) :
An Atih-screri resident of Colon
Has complained In a letter to Ma
Pastor Ramos Jr., chief of the
Colon police, that 63 burglaries
have been committed. In 18 build'
ings which house 22 families in
one halt block.
The letter- written by Jose i
Rosania, .whose borne was bur
glarizeq eight times during tne
last six montns, said tne zz iam iam-.
. iam-. ihes live in area located behind
the Amador Guerrero Hospital be between
tween between 20th and 11th Streets.
- Rosania saw ona noma in mm
area wa robbed of clothing,
money Jewels, food and other other-items
items other-items tan times during the last.
s'x months 1 ' ';
; He cited the case of one' fam
ily residence being burglarized six
times, four cases.m wnicn nomes
' had been burglimed four dif different
ferent different times and several cases in
. w i t't burglaries ; had been coiri-
one of thehi, inside of 15 days. ;
il One watchman is dead 4md
another Is in Santo Tonias HoS-
pita as a result of a Saturday
miflnlslit duel jiear the Matias
F"?.andez Psychiatric Hospital.
s dead' mart 4was 'Sebastian
- IV. .......
i'si-lon.'.waicnman iur, u -uv-it;:'ncr!t
rock quarry at J u a n
n,,vThe Nvounded man .is Oscar
j Put as. Reason Mr tne ouei is
no yet known. ''!'-
t iar ni rearo racuico
23. a memDer oi me rsuaun i'
: tional Guard, whose 1 body w a s
; found in the vicinity of National
n,,A kas4nuirfpr with a bullet
through his head and4 a ponce re revolver
volver revolver in his hand, ... ,'
An administratioir bill for 4
$1,000,000 bond Issue r for tha
constructior. school Is" sehadul-
ad for discussion in tha Natio National
nal National Assembly tomorrow.
' Plans ; all f.or the construction
of 11 schools' with classrooms for
10,000 children inj1- a J long-range
project to solve; the increasing
shortage of classrooms' for prim primary
ary primary school vstudentsj'
Saud liostsi Hfea-J
As p00 bord j
- aBnAftnVssV CONSTfTUTION,
Jan. 28 (UP ): King Sud (rf Saudi
Arabia Had nis entire amp u
dinner last night,, irom me cawn
All 1 (too f nasseheers and the
crew dined- as guests .of-" the
Mid(fl East monarch who, is en
route to Washington fot ; confer confer-ences
ences confer-ences with President Eisenhower.
Tk rnn.t;t.tt;nn i Hiia in. New
York on Tuesday s --
U." S Ambassador to Sand
Ararbia 1 James Wadsworth 1 and
the Constitution's skipper. Capt.
James "W, Labelle were guesxs of
The kings sons, f rince" Fahd
and Prince Muhammad served as
hosts at other tables V
' The- kings bodyguards' with 'gold
scimitars stood by and incense
was burned .during the informal
jneil i "..; -t
As sign 'of traditional "Arab
hospitality, each guest was served
a tinjr-ntupr of Arabian-- coffee
before ho departed. ; ..
Dulles Ouster Urged
On Basis of MidEash
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Sland, Demos Aye'
' WASHINGTON. Jan. 2S fUPVl
Some Democrats were suggesting
today that Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles Teslzn; for
what they termed his mishandling
of the Middle East, problem.- i .' J
rresnman cn. Joseph S. Clark
mde an outright, demand that
umies give up hu poet on grounds
that he has "lost the confidence
of our allies" and Congress.
Sen. Hubert-H. Humphrey and
Sen. J. William Fulbright, both
members ot the powerfai Senate
Toreign Relations Csmnittt,
tinted indirectly that they also
ant Dulles. to quit. ...J
Dulles far back before 'the
"ombmed Senate Korein 1 e I a a-.iWi
.iWi a-.iWi and Armed 'Service Com-1
-littee todiy for more question questioning
ing questioning this fame in secret- m the
-fc!enr)0er dcetrjre for oro-
tectiTiO" -. Middle1 East frm
nz DrmofTtiC rtt? on alt)
fcardiire. cf 'he Wjiiic Eft ana-)
trr, durins Iwr ?; of pwhLc!
tesUmocy Usl ateiu,, j
Could be Death Penalty as .
Spies Hear Charges.
NEW YORK, Jart. 2B (UP) Federal attorneys tro be-
fore a special grand jury today to seek indictment of three
former1 Lithuanians on charges of espionage. possibly
under a law calling for capital punishment,1
. Thomas B. Gilchrist Jr., chief assistant United States
attorney, is expected to begin presenting evidence against
Jack Soble, 53,- his wife," My rat, 52, and Jacob Albam, 65,
after aJ23-member jury is: impaneled before federal Judge
Sidney A. Sugarman. '
To Parry Press, ;
Answer on Spies'
OTTAWA; Jan. 28 UP -Ijust-
ice Minister Stuari-' Garson Y was
prepared to answer -questions in
the Commons today- about Cana Cana-dian
dian Cana-dian activities of the' alleged king
pins of a New York Soviet ; spy
ring.- X, '
G arson" told reporters he'did not
intend to make a full statement, i
but was prepared tp "give some
kind of an answer' to members'
-T'The special' branch of the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police was
checking Canadian connections of
Bona Soble and his wife. Myrna,
who allegedly headed the ring with
headquarters in New York. An
other man Jacob Albam, was ar arrested,
rested, arrested, with the Sobles. v -5
The' Lithuanian1 fin m 1 it a n t
couple lived in Montreal for about
a ear, until a, year aeo and then
went ta New York where Soble
was in business.
a- Sobla'S older ; brother, Boris,
.and sister, Ania, tivt in Montraah
Ania's husband, Hossel Chan,
oporatad tha Canada; Brush Co.
at St. Martin, near Montreal,.
; where Jack Sobla worked in 1954.
)...,., i, -M, .f .
RCMP Commissioner L.' H. Ni Nicholson
cholson Nicholson stuck to his "novcomment"
reply which he gave to newsmen's
questions befort the weekend. But
another senior RCMP official said
the special branch "have been
cooperating with the FBI in this
particular case." ,
' GaVson dodged questions last
nighty on details of the RCMP in-
Ne Legislative f
-1. S. Damlani will leave the
Isthmus Thursday .to take up
duties in Washington, D.C:, as
legislative representative of the
Canal Zone centra Labor Union-
Metal Trades Council.
Damanl was elected at the
regular monthly meeting of t.h
CLU-MTC. , J -4-
While In Washington, rtamti.
Hi will work closely with Oeoree
Richardson, personal representa representative
tive representative -of -AFL-CIO president
"Richardson frwrit last 7b r.r.
the, isthmus consulting with la labor
bor labor and Zone and Panama gov government
ernment government officials on matWs
concemin wag problems sniw
1 1 .
Dynamite Bomb Explodes u
MONTGOMERY, Ala.I an. "27, formed around King's, bouse fol fol-(UP)
(UP) fol-(UP) A dynamite bomb, tossed lowing the explosion, but King,
during the pre dawn darkness, leader of a drive to inteerate city
shattered a Negro's- hause and
damaged a service station early
Kesterday while another fizzled
out -at the borne of the city's top
Police said that an unidentified
Negro cab driver was Slightly in injured
jured injured and three other cab com company
pany company employes 'shaken. Up when
a bomb exploded between a Negre
residence and a combination serv service
ice service station and .Negro rab stand.
' Another bomb-was burled at the
home of the Bev. M. L. King, Jr.,
jus! ,aerG the streef, but the
crude pact. age of 12 tucks of dy
namue bt need off the front door
.and s mould ert 4. without exploding'
A ary Ntgraas
of angry NeeroeslAnother Negro, Samuel WaJlacev
The Sobles and i Albam, all
residents of New York iCtv. were
l&rrested Friday and accused of
conspirinir to obtain U.S. secrets
for delivery to the Soviet Union
and of failing to register as So Soviet
viet Soviet agents
The first charge is punish punishable
able punishable upon conviction by ten
years in prison, a $10,000 fine,
or both,' and the second bv
. five years in prison, $10,000
fine, or both.
,lt was learned today that the
special branch pf the Canadian
Mounted Police Is checkinei the
activities of the Sobles when they
uvea m Montreal. t- v.
A police official said the boun bounties
ties bounties "have been cooneratinir with
ine i Bi in tms particular case."
1 wniie the : sobles, who be became
came became naturalized Americans in
1941, and Albam, an applicant
i for naturalisation papers, were
held in $100,000 bail each o o-yer
yer o-yer the weekend. U.S. Attor
t ney Paul W. WUIlams an.f
' nouAced he would confer with
Denartment of Justice officials
. in Washington today aout the
posibility of seekinr the de
fondants ind'etment forriorH
latkn of the "Kosenherg" law I
-The 'law was passed as a re-
suit i of tne! execution of Julius
and Ethel Rosenber in 1953 un under
der under a wartime statute" which
made esoionaere punishably c by
death. Effective since Septem September,
ber, September, 1954, it makes espionaee in
peacetime, as well as wartime,
a capital offense ana eiimlni'tes
the 10-year statute of limita limitations
tions limitations on espionage. ;
e Ci(bfii Dies,
Mfer Fihl al Sea 'i
An alleged killer. Cuban leo
Robinson. 35. former refri,?erfl-!2,
tion engineer aboard the 83
Lewis Fraser, is in Balboa Jail
today awaitin inunctions from
the government of Honduras un under
der under whose flag his ship is reg registered,...,
istered,..., registered,..., ...... ......
Robinson was taken lnta cus custody
tody custody early Saturday ffr an another
other another D'ban, LorenTO Idillo Pe'! Pe'!-niche,
niche, Pe'!-niche, 52. was stshbel to death
n a fieht phoarri the hanana
boat on Friday afternoon. Tlie
vessel was aonrbachine Palboa
from the pacific. Phe was en
route from Guayaquil with fruit
After -Pellblche's bodv was
ent to Oorsras morpue and Ro Ro-wnson
wnson Ro-wnson defined in Palhoa. fall,
h t mwio Tr&sr transited north
bound and departed for the
Tens oort. ''il''-: f--
Hondurjn'r authorities hnvs,
been notified; and it is under-;
ood the next moy Is un to
The fight Is' understood to
have risn after the two men,
both refrigeration engineers, got
into an argument about the
. -' .- --,'..... ,-- ...
0?er Fizzles Outside Home Of
buses here, helped police avoid a
Police Chief G. P. Ruppenthal
said the force was "virtually with without
out without leads" in its Investigation of
the bombing. He said he had or-jto
dered a full-scale probe of the in incident,
cident, incident, bat added that there were
'Two Negroes were arrested andidia uc most to restore order.
charged fii& disorderly conduct
after the crowd of "about 500"
Negroes formed around King's
bouse. ; v ' t! '-
- Ruppenthal said that Vurilie D.
i fw liAiua w mo irru met c
; made a "soap box" speech eriti eriti-icizmg
icizmg eriti-icizmg police action in integration
mridents and cailini for action.
By Tujj Strike
No Panama Line ships are
likely to be affected this week
by the projected New York
tugboat workers' strike, a Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights source said today.
.( The liner Cristobal, now In
New York, is due to sail to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, and the strike Is not
due to become effective until
midnight Thursday midnight
- The Ancon Is due to sail
from Cristobal tomorrow and
arrive1 in New York next week.
Both ships can maneuver
at their North River pier with with-out
out with-out tugs under certain condi conditions.'
tions.' conditions.' Stoppage Due
NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (UP) -A
strike voted bv .tugboat workers
Sot midnight Thursday threaten,
ed today to cripple New,York
narbor ana cut off vital fuel oil
ana coai smpments.
Some 1200 members of tocal
33 or the Unite Marine Division.
National Maritime Union, voted
unanimously yesterday to strike
when their : two-year contract
with the Marine Towmg and
Transportation Employes "'Asso "'Association
ciation "'Association expires.
Capt. Joseph o'Hare, president
of the 4000-member local, said,
"nothing can possibly stop a
A strike could not be settled
before next .Sunday at the ear
liest, since a feneral member-
snip meeting of the union could
not be called before then.
A union spokesman1 indicated
that the main Issue is working
conditions. ; '
Remcn Suspec! Asks
Prompl Trial. Says
.9mm Gun Is Weapon
(His Is .8mm)
One of the susoects In the Jan.
1955, assassination of President
Jose A. Reiron wants the trial to
get underway as soon as possible,
according to a letter received
from Jose i&. Hernandez by the
Soanish-language morning tabloid
Hernandez; the father of ex-cadet
Luis Carlos Hernandez, who is
being held in the Carcel Modelo
in connection with the assassina assassination,
tion, assassination, said the submachine gun
which his son sold to Ruben Miro,
the alleged assasln of Gen. Re-
mon, was an 8 millimeter weapon
the younger Hernandez had
brought back, disassembled from
El Salvador, i V i.
According to Mia latter, tha
suspect told his father shortly
after the astaitiaation that ha
was not worried ovor tha sale
of tha waapoe because accord according
ing according ta tha autopsy President
Ramon was killed by a bullet
from a 9 millimeter submachine
The elder Hernandez said his
son would like the trial to be beld
in Santa Ana Plaza or in the
Olympic Stadium before the pub
lic, tne -press and the radio.
was. arrested for Interfering with
Officers bad To brandish shot shotguns
guns shotguns when, the crowd objected to
the arrest of WiDxins. However.
there was no violence, according
King, -who was gone with his
family from his borne at tbe time
the bomb was burled an tbe porch
Ha told thee Negroes milling
around his house "dent get your
funs don't shoot back but fear
no one." ., ... -
The Monteomery integration
lcider said "through our sufienng
we will chanee tha hearts of those
who are coward'v enourt to cv-l
samtie homes. Even at they alow
PC Begiris Check To Issue
Hospital Privilege Cards
A 'program of personal Inter
views was started today by the
if ersonnel Bureau of the Panama
Canal Co. to record and authen
ticate documents reauired in es
tablishing the eligibility of .Canal
employe dependents for hospital
privileges in the canal zone.
xeams. ox r ersonnel Bureau re
presentatives iWAll. be assigned to
job sites where there are large con
centration of employes to save
time for both employes, and em
ploying units. Interviews will take
place from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m
Hospital privuegat will not be
authorized until satisfactory do documentary
cumentary documentary proof of family re relationship
lationship relationship Is aatablishad arid re re-carded.
carded. re-carded. Documents required of
all hon-U.S. citizen employes res residing
iding residing In Panama include mar marriage
riage marriage and birth certificates to
prove legal family relationship.
The following schedule for in.
terviews was announced for the
various locations, pa both the, At
lantic and pacific sides i
' Atlantic Side:
Today Industrial Division at the
old sail loft building.
, Tomorrow and Wed n e s d a y,
Lunch room at Mount Hope Com Commissary
missary Commissary Division area for,' em
ployes of Maintenance Division, E E-lectrical
lectrical E-lectrical Division Terminals Divi
sion. Panama canal press, water
and; Laboratories B r a n c h, and
Commissary, Division. .;
Thursday and Friday, ; Check-in
point at pock end terminals area
for Marine ipureau, employes.
TuesdayJf eo. necx-m point
in terminals area -for employes, of
the Terminals: Division.' ',
Pecifie Sida-.'V v.-1::
Today .-Field; Office, Electrical
Divisions.'::,-'':?-:' t-.. :
Tomorrow "and Wed naidiy
Commissary Division and Service
Onter Division employes at tne
former Training Office on Balboa
Thursday and Friday Old res
taurant building, industrial area,
Balboa, for employes oi jnqusinai
Division, -' Maintenance xwviawn,
Storehouse Division, and others in
that area V'i
Monday, Feb. 4 Check-in sta:
Hew Isthmus Guest:
He Aids Handicapped
1 Dr. Rar Graham. Director -of E-
ducation of Exceptional Children
for the Staie of uiinois, arnvea
her vesterdav to assist with plans
for special educational 'facilities
for Canal Zone handicapped chil
Accompanied by Henry L. -novan.
Director f Civil Affairs;
Sigard E. Essar, Suparintandant
of tha Division of Schools, and
Col Charles .' Bruce, Canal
'Zona Health Director, Dr. Or a a-hm
hm a-hm mot with Gov. W. E. Pot Pot-tar
tar Pot-tar at his office at Balboa
Haights Monday morning t dis discuss
cuss discuss tha plans.
. Following the conference with
the coventor, he begat a series
of conferences with teacher anJ
community groups in the. Canal
Zone during wnicn ne wiu aucuss
The progranv will be carried out
by the Division of Schools in co
operation with the Health Bureau.
Dr. Graham has naa 35 years or
educational work, much of it spent
with exceptional children. He also
has written a number of articles
and has served as a special lectur lecturer
er lecturer od this subject. He will remain
on tha Isthmus about one week.
up 50,000 hornet, we won't' stop
our flrfit for justice. They'll have
to blow nip God. himself.
Potice- evacuated a small area
around King's borne and the bomb
was left en King s porta for an
ear, before it was dismantled,
hour before it was dismantled.
The' other bomb exploded be
tween house occupied by Negro
Allen Robertson and a service sta station
tion station which serve as headquarters
for a NeTO cab company.
Tbe bomb ripped a bole ia the
side of itobertsoa's house and
heavily damaged tbe furniture in;
his uving room. KOoertson, nu
wife and their daughter, 20, were
at Kama at Um t?m a the Finkv
sion. but they were eot hurt.
The service ststkw was not
heavily damaged, Host of la sU-'ia
Tuesday. Feb. 5 Check-in sta
tion at Pier 18 for employes of
Terminals Division. ;:
Schedules for additional Job sites
with laree concentration of '. em
ployes will be .announced later.
Sine field work teams, can
only .ba sent where .there' are
large .concentrations of employ employes,
es, employes, all employe, including em employes
ployes employes on leave, have bean urg urged
ed urged to go te the Central Labor
.'Office in Cristobal and In Bal Balboa
boa Balboa with tha required docu documents.
ments. documents. The deadline for recording this
information is March 15 and ail
employes who desire hospital
orivileees for their dependents are
encouraeed to cooperate to the
fullest extent in order that tneir
hospital benefits, in the Canal one
ran he aamirpd.
Hospital privilege 'cards for
11.' 1 J J -.III L. la...
quaiuiea uepenuejus wui ,ue issu issued
ed issued to be effective March 31, and
will expire Dec 31. New cards for
the year 1958 will be issued prior
to that date, au employes concern concerned
ed concerned are urced to have the required
documents avauahie lor recoraing
at time of interview.
Hit Wife, Go, Jail;
Don't end Stay Out
-Maklng-a loud noise and fight fight-lnsr
lnsr fight-lnsr his : wif e inside his w n
quarters at Gamboa netted a $10
fine in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today for Norberf 0 Herre-
ra, 38, Panamanian.
Herrera also received a 10-day
Jail sentence, suspended with a
warning .from Judge- John E.
Darning that if he nit his wife
and yelled at her again the sus suspension
pension suspension would be revoked.
Tha defendant assured the
Judge there would be no repeti
tion or ine mciaens opi;uruu
last Tnursaay ajwrnpon.
Hungarian Reds To
Attend UN Meeting
- GENEVA; Jan. 28 (UP) Official
Huflffarian Communist onservers
will attend a United nations meet meeting
ing meeting on refugees from their home-
land here Tuesday, it was
Josef Kovacs of the Hungarian
Foreisn Ministry and his assistant
Ida Gulas, will attend and speak
at the semi-annual meeting of the
executive committee of the U. N.
Refugee Emergency runa.
The agency represents the U.N.
high commissioner for refugees.
Representatives of Austria and
Yugoslavia, also will attend.
The Communist Hungarian re regime
gime regime has denounced the exodus of
refugees and has demanded that
lhe return home.
Jail for San Bias
Scratching with a pocket pocket-knife
knife pocket-knife on the door of a private
automobile parked at Ft. Ama
dor sent a diminutive San Bias
Indian to jail when his case was
heard in Balboa MagUtrate'i
Francslco Valles, 39. will be
incarcerated for the next 13
days for the vandalism.
tion at Pier 18 for employes
tion's windows were blown out. A
cab driver, who was parked in
front of the station was hurt and
taken te the hospital, but released
after treatment Tbreee other cab
comDanr emnloves were inside
tbe station and "shaken up" by
the blast Windows were shattered
at a nearby furniture store.
King, whose borne ws bombed
once last rear and later sprayed
by shot from a shotgun blast, de
parted from al prepared sermon
at church today to UU his con
Tell Montromery to keep shoot-
ins and toil Montgomery to keep
bombing. I'm going to stand up
to n, u I oie tomorrow, i u eue
happy, Tvt aeea tbe premise land
He predicted 2S years from
now rorrr thildren will staad free,
U Cradle of.Ua Cacfederacy."
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Dibeg Calls On
' l'. ..' .. ... :.,.!.'. I' fit
To Follow Through
Washington attorney for the U.S. Citizens Association of
the Panarna Canal Zone, called upon the Administration
today to implement recommendations of the Booi Allen,
.' I have been asked to
peering in one of the Panama papers on Jan, 22; 1957;
and headlined 'Pacific Shippers to Ease Pressure on PC"
Dilweg said in a statement. .
''It has been the policy pf the USCA not to become
involved in the so-called shippercompany fights,
' ? "We are more than pleased thaf on two unannounc
ed recent policy moves by the company and because of
economic and efficiencies accomplished, the shippers have
agreed to drop their fight s f r r r; y ;
"Since some of the economic
accomplishments were at the ex ex-Dense
Dense ex-Dense of the United states Citi
zen employes I believe thi is an
appropriate time to request the
present administration to give
a mew look' at me h a h. report
and heln to implement tne tec-
ommendattonr contaired there.
. "Passive action in the iorm or
lip serviqe'.ls not enough.
"I ami certain that the new
governor, who I know is high highly
ly highly regarded by members of
Congress, can work out a solu solution
tion solution to the employes' prob problems.
" "Rince T hav no information
at' hand on what the revised
pricing index for commissaries
, wm accomplish I must withhold
Cause is Found
To Face Trial
Carwasher Halphernes Crossdale
was bound over today for trial in
U.S. District court on a charge of
having burglarized a Pedro Mi
guel apartment ot a gold ring set
with a large square-cut topaz.
In Balboa Magistrate's court it
was brought out that the 23-year-
old Panamanian defendant, who
lives in Colon, sometimes washed
l i. : i ai l 1
ly was away from borne for a short
The ring was recovered and
valued at $26.
Bail of $50 was set for Cross Cross-dalt.
dalt. Cross-dalt. It has not been posted.
Caribbean Pad Geis
Praise of Honeymoon
'Governor of HJersey
BARBADOS, B.W.I., Jan.. 28
fUP) Go;. Robert Meyner of
New Jersey hailed today the forth
coming Federation of British Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean territories as a move to
lift the standard of Democracy
in ine area.
Gov. Meyner and his bride, the
former Helen Day Stevenson, are
spending their honeymoon here.
bom said uiey are enjoy ui their
Meyner said hi an interview
that tbe British Caribbean Feder
attoa would provide equality of
opportunity to us membea-states.
and that attaminf such equality is
one et uie world's greatest prob
The fovernor aid that as a
nrra believer in Democracy, be is
M favor of any move undertakes
to lift tha standard of Democra Democracy
cy Democracy is any area. Tbe British Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean Federation is such a move,
He said he is a supporter of the
good neighbor policy, which fos
ters trade agreements and ether
measures of coopers tion. This is
preferable, be. said, to I a v 1 g
IdependenU who might po s s i b I y
benefit from an exchancs of somejthe canal le the Red sea exit at
thing fog no thief.
28 (UP) La Vern Difwca.
comment on an article ap
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A Jail term, ft fine and a dis dismissal
missal dismissal were meted out. in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court today to
three defendants brought In for
vagrancy. ..-.. :.'..-', y,
Edward Augustus Gray. 23.
Panamanian, who has a'long re record
cord record of such misdemeanors, will
spend the next 30 days in lail
for being found hanging' around
the East Ferry Ramp. 44
Augusto Hurtado, 19, s; an
Bias Indian, was fined $10 -after
being; found in Ancon without
legitimate business, .to vs-ifc:-'
An ex-serviceman, Charles
Richard Voelker, 25, American
was found not guilty after he
explained to the Jtidge that his
round of visits to Zone churches
and charities seeking to borrow
money was for the purpose of
obtaining a Panama cedula so
he can remain in the country
with his Panamanian wife,, and
get a Job.
Voelker, a Korea veteran with
was stationed on the Isthmus
last year. He was discharged nt
the States and returned to Pan Panama
ama Panama on a tourist card.
A representative of the Veterv
0' to' nSt
In Blast Attempt
CAIRO, Jan. 2S fUPI A Cairo
newspaper reported today that E E-gyptian
gyptian E-gyptian authorities prevented a
explosion equal to "three and one one-third
third one-third atomic bombs" by arresting
a group of British Suez technicians
before last November's Sues inva invasion.
sion. invasion. ;'
The newspaper Al Ahrara said
the 473 British technicians were
rounded up before they were able
to carry out alleged plans to blow
up large ammunition dump ; at
Absultan in the canal zone. Thei
Britons were repatriated last
Another newspaper, Al Axhabar.
quoted a high Egyptian officer as
ssving Egyptian authorities had
seized enough British explosive
itku-, tha mHm Kit f4Tta rxt
tU uivw UJ, umw
Last 3 Trapped
CTT7 rsvnfl J. 28 f UP
Tba last three ships maxXMoed nt
tba Soet Canal since it was
blocked Oct SI sailed out ista the-
Sad Sea today.. '-
A temporary channel was opened
for them, past sunken obstacles ia
the southern naif af the canaL lie
Vucoslav Diaar, the "AXncaw
Count" and the" rWish "Zcrma"
steamed from the Bitter Lake ill
1 this southera canal terminus.
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MONDAY, JANUARY 2S, 1957
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THIS IS YOUR rOKUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
" 1 1
THE MAIL BOX
NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS
' Sneaking as "Interested Soldier No. -2." may I say that the
" Mall fitox letter In answer to "Interested Mother No. 2 wag cer cer-'
' cer-' tainiy true.
U a a matter of fact, I felt as if I we're hearing our National
Anthem being played as I read the letter.
U l swesa was men wnen l came to tne Zone because I knew
ijsome students in college Irom Panama. I was introduced to their
riends and enjeaa uiyseuv i wanted mem to see meir neiuu
"bora, "the Zoning," out alter pne trip to tne CluDnouse In bal
i Inna T'm sum tnev Had fenousrh.
;J Because I, a "young' soicuef in service in the Canal. Zone,"
Shins: tnai tne,"yoang5r set. in tne u.a. is a group to eep wy
l ; rom and I lor one don't desire to oe around mem.
. Interested (soldier No. t.
' fmm d irrint reiesjiR bv the nresiilent of the Pacific Amer-
lean fateamsnip Association and the Governor of the Panama
"Canal Company: "The recent saie of the S3 Panam by the
T. Canal Company was looked upon by steamship operators as an
) economy which when considered witu possible Panama Rail Rail-fjroacl
fjroacl Rail-fjroacl operatintf improvements has substantially reduced in the
toll ravers' minds the necessity of legislation placing rigid self
support rtquirements on sucn dusiubss opcmuuua u i"
News Item: N.Y. Jan. 22. Tour snipping associations an
I nbunoed today that a general Increase in rates of approximate
Ply 10 per cent wm oecome eiiecuve i ws"
I North America and Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Paraguay.
?! mw Ttj-m- N.Y. Jan. 23. "Elfective March 4, freight rates
'tor transportation from ports on the Pacific coasts of Panama,
J" Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala to the Unit Unit-"!d
"!d Unit-"!d States Atlantic and Gulf ports will be increased.
I When you realize that the same economic pressures (high-
er waees, Increased costs) that "Justify" the increases in ship ships'
s' ships' ping rates also apply to. the Panama Canal operation and that
j whereas the shippers have been raising tolls, one wonders at
ti the unmitigated gall, of their magnanimous offer: not to seek
r iMinmi in a sprvir-e that has cost them no more
11 aowfl through the years although they nave been adding to the
i'.f. .k nnuatinn hn nVtororintr higher rates for evervthuiE'
, ; VO ua J 4 ouv.ii vpwiuvu v. n d -o
they condescended to ship here.
' Perhaps the better treatment of these "gentlemen' would
!!b the -cold -shpulder proferred by LaVerne Dilweg of the U.S.
Citizen's Association who turned down the blandishments of
I! the repr.esenta.tive of the shippers when invited to El Panama
Ior cocJUaiie and a discussion of the "mutual interests of the
..'"shippers and the Canal employes (vs. the UJS. taxpayers).
CHEAPER THAN THE COMMY
' Having been away on vacation, I'm now' laack with more
ii gripes saying, "God bless the MaU Box." Some time last week
I read wnere Local 900 was out seeking h single wage scale plus
il Civil Service retirement and cash relief. Tor the life of me I
i can't see how the union leaders expect to get into the act.
tl In December of last year the union leaders had the guts
j; to protest against the government of Panama concerning the
! lose of commlasaiT-prlvelege, feeling they might win tmt. But
II havihC llttl"alth in ou -governmsnU-they didn't Jight for
m equal pay. Civil Service retirement, etc.
' Nobody kndws now what would nave happened, but I feel
that If they had backed our government against the Canal
,' while extension of commy privileges was being sought, maybe
- our government might have sympathised and held back some
? of the bills passed by Congress. I
: Now. because the Panama government has won out, they
I want to claim credit. What surprises me is why they didn't
; try. to take credit for the Canal Company using local truck
! ; drivers and firemen.
i And by the way, how is the commy system working out?
': A buddy of mine who was strongly against same told me he
used to spend over $15 a pay day; now he spends less than $10
in two weeks. A gal said she took i $6 to a supermarket and
' came back with $2: in the commissary she would have spent
: over $10.
. ; Her secret is to lay off the luxuries like corn flakes, ketch ketch-'
' ketch-' tip, biscuits; etc. Buy just what you want, you have no com com-'.'
'.' com-'.' petition from the contrabandists; they and the poor money
I lender are the sufferers.
: Say, bud,; Is it true that you have to buy a whole pound of
; butter, margarine, etc., in the commy? Well, I can get a stick
of margarine for nine cents. Let's hear what you have to say
; about your experiences without commy priveleges, but remem remem-"
" remem-" ber you're a Christian. A lying lip is an abomination. Let's be
fair a good loser or winner.
' Ginger Hinds
By VICTOR RIESEL
Apparently the' crook3 sf vtn
underworld- and ,the agents of the
Communists' undercover work
have the .sa.me morality if not the
same lingo. If a brutal thus won't
"squeal," he's a "stand up guy."
If a professional revolutionist
won't tell the aovernment luxt
where the Soviet scents are lurk
ing inside Our sensitive defenses;
he's refusing to be an "informer."
it s the same thing a stoical
So it was when, the other dav.
a revolutionist bv the -name of
JonnMeuben that's the one he
is using for the moment- decided
to "break with Moscow", after
some 30 years. Steuben, who lor
years Has been trying to plant re
voiutionary units in our "fae
tories, mines, mills and ships,"
eiaooratea nig pntitnt witu Mos Moscow
cow Moscow for two hours in the presence
ot a newsman-last Friday. -The
story' was printed. Steuben i; pre-J
sumaoiy naa -DroKen." But, said
Steuben, he would not "inform,"
So, with what has he broken?
For thrse decades he, had
btsn the Communists' whip in in-Side
Side in-Side labor. Ho knows where ev
ery spparttnik It planted Hs
."'led airirt hit eoontry.'Hs
bilttersd the "capita list press."
Hs cahsd for revolution." He
briefed the Communist Party's
He infiltrated the Steel Workers
in Ohio. He led them into riotous
paths until he was heaved out.
He later went into the hotel field
in New York and the gory Dutch
scnuitz mop iookco tne omer way
He was kicked out ty decent un
ion forces led by a crusading
young Neero labor leader.
Steuben defended Harry
Bridees. He charged tne V. s
government with plotting frame-
ups. Steuben devised communist
strike techniques, lie edited a
Dublication -'hich.. according t o
Congressional probers and testi testimony,
mony, testimony, had over 40 Communist
Party members as contributors.
He led a a Communist May Day
Parade as a marshal in the year
the Soviet forces invaded Korea
on whose frozen hillsides still lie
the bodies of many American soldiers.
He devised the infiltration strat-
asem for Soviet front forces seek-
ine to invade our factories. He
cried out that "nothing will stop
us from organizing masses of
young workers for the defense of
the Soviet Union." xnat was man-
y years ago. But indeed J o n n
Steuben was a revolutionist until
very recently, at least.
They Just Don't Moke Better Shots
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They Got Him Finally
' By BOB MARK
IKOMA, Tanganyika. I was, And it happened like the books
I never realized all the things that I had missed,
TJnttl the time that I was couched bv a Psychiatrist.
He told me many facts, all about the bird and the bees,
Explaining very simply fundamental things like these.
Psychiatry la such a wonderful' thing.
Roll out the preacher, let the Wedding Bells ring.
lem of the AFL-CIO Executive
Council now meeting in Miami
Beach. There is a wmmmusi
problem too as witness the fact
that one huge union, .the Machin Machinists,
ists, Machinists, is suing another, the Inter International
national International Union of Electrical Work Workers,
ers, Workers, for $1,000,000 for charging
that there are Commies In the
Yet this Sovieteer, John Steub Steuben,
en, Steuben, plays us all for suckers. He
helped move Commie units into the
labor movement. He can help
move them out. But, ssys n, "i
will not inform." He has told the
Senate Committee on Internal
ScrnrHv which is counselled by
Jurice Robert Morris, that he is
too sick to testify. That was res
pected and the subpena ordering
him to appear in Washington last
summer was junked, y
Steunon wai asked to tome
down and tell what he knew of
Soviet infiltration of our critical
waterfronts. His attorney said he
was too sick. He does indeed have
a serious heart ailment. But the
physical hurt to his heart canaot
match the neanacnes 01 un
Mct.H frnm their homes by Sov
iet tank cannon and those who did
not escape being impaled on Red
Steuben found the fame to sit for
hnnr with a newsman. Yet
described before the
Senate as a Communist ririj
member m close contact wun u
waterfront agents, cannot find the
tima in talk to a eovernment man
or one of the labor leaders who
will be tussling with this problem
this week in Miami Beacn. --i
Steuben is a "stand-up" guy.
But for whom is he standing up?
I IT'S HO SRAWU. IT'S I,
V. 1 em lust one of the many nersons standin bv wondertnr 1 A
how long it is going to be before the J S Government decides I unnMT (-lftl
j to put a stop to the multiple contradictions of the Remon-i UUlt I IlIlUwll
; EUenaower Treaty. -rut? Tft11
u It aeems unfair that the U.S. shoi'.d permit the Panaman-U rllw livvlV
ia& uovernment 10 convince mem uhi tne ilb. retired Amer-
H linnd ovpr isi China, after
it was Sovietizedy Hi returned to
direct ,iurther Mltration,; ,pf. A A-merican
merican A-merican labor. It HAS been infil
trated. There are many cadres of
Communists now in some 01 tne
big AFL CiO unions. That's what
the Auto Union meant when it
stated the other day:
"...There will not and mere
must not be tolerated within the
leadership of the united labor
movement, either Communists or
crooks, for both, represent forces
which are incompatible with both
the principles and the objectives
01 a tree Dor movement. That night we would apply sooth-
Crooks are not the only prob-. I(mnBr(1 wftnM Mt h,,f
telling you about this enchanted
leopard, of ourg the other day and
lacKed tne space to complete tne
This brute had ignored every
thing, including the threat of vul
tures lured to his kill by a separ
ate kill, dulcet mating calls
everything but catnip, which is In
snort supply, here. Jiapana chui,
or no leopard,
Everybody else ha vine failed on
seSse, with Uohn Sutton, a profes
sional, nunter, and inend ..ot. .muie,
and me.- Camp conversation was
reduced td what. Mama' calls the
babbling of immature idiots.
"Bees," John would say.
"Bloody bees. They'll stine doas
Why wouldn't they sting cats?"
"Maybe, so what?''
"A big swarm has mevsd bite
his favorlts tree. They go to
sloop at sunast. Maybe that's
why he only foods at night. Lot's
move the kill.
He said that the cause of my mental instability
Was a subconscious urge for some mnscullne virility.
He said that every little duck should find herself a drake.
And that I was Just another nut for the wedding cake.
Psychiatry la such a wonderful thing.
Roll out the preacher, let the Wed dint Bells ring.
He explained to me that the act of osculation,
Controlled to some extent the growth of any nation
But I am not one to worry about a thing like this,
Because I believe in marriage before people kiss.
Psychiatry Is such a wonderful thin;
Roll out the preacher, let the Wedding Bells ring.
As the result ot the analizing of my neurosis,
He also discovered that I was his psychols
For a simole explanation, dipensing with long words.
We flipped for each other. What a nutty pair of birds.
Psychiatry is such a wonderful thing.
Roll out the preacher, let the Weddinc Bells ring.
leopard would eat another half a
warthog and snarl at us from deep
ousn, a aozen yards distant.
One day we had seen a rainbow.
just at dusk, Sutton allowed that
11 was pointing to tne Dig cat, tne
bewitched cat I kept tenting Sut Sutton
ton Sutton about his rainbow.
"Any day now," he would reply.
"Let's go let the bugs bite ui."
UU At. ... ;-, ; :
We sat all afternoon in a big
scruo 01 tnorn, peering at the leo
pard tree. As the light started to
go John stood up and swept the
tree with his binoculars. One spot
ted xoot dangled from a topmost
branch. The leopard had been there
I know not how long, because the
vultures hadn t come' down to the
otner kill, and obviously the old
boy's presence bad held off the
birds. .. !: f
. "You pant hp him tn ahnnt Viim
fromJhexe,?j t said. 'Yougot no-
inmgjNii 100$ and a pig branch to
aim at. ,Tvnai now, mignty aun-
ter?"- .4 ;;,::.
"Got to stalk over to that other
patch, o bush," Sutton said. ''We'll
use tne clouds."1
It may sound unbelievable, but.
it took u half on hour, crawling,
on our bellies, to eovor 50 yards
of bare ground, using the occa occasional
sional occasional shadows cast by shifting
evening clouds, until wo achiev achieved
ed achieved a sketchy Mine? crested out of
Our friend had moved down.
was sitting like a big dog, and non nonchalantly
chalantly nonchalantly chewing on a o i g's
haunch. He didn't know we were
in the world, this cat which had
not fed by day for all of his adult
Gun went off. Cat did a double
backpack out of tree into-the thic thickest
kest thickest piece of bush in Tanganyika
for, I forgot to say, we had chos chosen
en chosen this thicket on the small chance
it would give him confidence.
At the shot, you could hear the
Jeep start In camp. It flew over
the bumps Mama, the gunbear gunbear-ers,
ers, gunbear-ers, boys and all, fori you get one
shot only at any leopard in anyj
tree, and the whole camp alert
ed, waiting for. that one splitting
crack. ., , ;., r,.'
Much enthusiasm was exhibited
by the boys. Mama sat in the cab
of the jeep and rolled up the wind
ows.' Mama has no enthusiasm for
two things all elephant and un
collected Jeopards ta. bush. ,-'
We sintply went. into the bush.
John with a buckshot-loaded shot-
(Tltn m. nnth .rlfl' V hnnA -th
leopard would ehewon; instead of
There' may be higher points to
hunting than looking for a 'leo
pard in thick bush at rushing dusk,
but I doubt it. Not lions, not ele
phant, not buffalo.
It happened saw the patch of
spotted fur before the vulture eyes
of Metheke, the head gunbearer.
saw it. This is known as bragging.
He was dead, all right, this phan
tom cat. Dig and male and beauti beautiful,
ful, beautiful, and he wasn't coming with
that snarl and those two-inch teeth.
We had a small war dance and a
great many, mutual congratula
tions in the bush.
In camp it was worse, because
the hobgoblin was put to rest. Af
ter three days of bragging,. Mama
remarked that next time shsM
rather go into the bush armed with
a pocketkmfe than listen to me,
Sutton, and 15 Africans talk about
WASHINGTON The Wast against
Ike's record i peacetime v budget
touched v off by Secretary of the
Treasury George Humphrey hasn't
nmerea down vet. Nnr aa it v.
plode only at Humphrey's press
conference. It .had been butldtnff
M A. i! . .
f Awt-. uw tuns ana penetrates
Humphrey .has even indicated 6
ncDUDucan teaoeri on Capitol
Hill that he might retire from the
Cabinet., On the surface, this
would seem unlikely. Humphrey
ana me resident nave been very
close. i. ...-..,
Talking to one friend, however.
Humphrey used 'language reminis reminiscent
cent reminiscent of what he and othef business
leaders once said about FDR's
New Deal.; : i.rt. i.v
'Those people, across the street,'
ne noodea toward the White House
never had td meet a payroll. f!
.'.'They've got to cut, out all this
welfare nonsense." v'.r.'V&v
This- hit directly at Humphrey's
own former undersecretary. Ma
rion B. Folsonr. whom he recom
mended to be Secretary of Health,
Education and Welfare., Folsom,
former executive of Eastman Ko Kodak,
dak, Kodak, and not exactly a radical,
has boosted- his welfare budget to
three' billion more than it ever
was in the .days of ; Truman or
This is one reason Humohrev is
irked. He complains -privately that
two-iiuros 01 the. increased bud budget
get budget Spending between the low and
high 1 Ike 'budgets is non-securltv.
He still thinks, however, that sec security
urity security spending is too high.
' "We can cut off $10 -billion
more," he exploded to. a friend.
"You don't really mean: that
much, do you?" the friend, press
"Perhaps not," Humphrey t cor
rected, "but at least three to four
gest economic and personnel prob problem
lem problem facing the President at the
start of Jus sew term, -t
OLD TIMERS' PRIVILEGES
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t to colorful
o Lew round trip fares
Most rapid flights
- only 15 minutes
ntra modern, snacious Snper
Convair 34o.. I Mau to aisle
o All dayUght flights
. . eonvenlf nt honrs.
lean .employes living in the Republic snould not be allowed to
.i Buy in tne comnuasanes. Alter aa. the Treaty Is, strictly
j speaking, supposed to affect only the Panamanian citizens llv llv-'h
'h llv-'h ing in the Republic. From all appearances it seems as if the
i- retired Americans have not only lost their privileges but also
f their citizenship.
','t X think, and I'm sure HI be backed up bv many, that it Is
-.about time the VS. stood op and said "No" for a change
' After alL you cant practice charity abroad and then starve
; your own people.
" If It la not msslble la accordance with th
I hower Treaty tor the retired employes living in the Republic i mar thrMh tt
' to reUla their prlvilegea, then giro thni quarters on the Zone I JIITI, A "I ZL,'mJr'nr?? "
ZZ J wu aiuuunu nriv, Desiaei ClOZensmp, tO In, pmrooin tr, Kr brMthtait.
the Commissary orivelegea enjoyed by Panamanians living on
the Zone I ry u tkkrB o
;( One final 'ouert'.on. Who Is more erUtied to the Commlv i TnTSTJVJVi
' eery rights? One who Is a foreigner Urine en the Zone or one t impm
' 'who is a retired ti n c.t'.irm I r" iw !. rtu
'. "urea v a. Museau uimm. imchitii ua bu r-r
AstlMM at4 KraaeHiHi lU'-V
oommiiom to far k4y, onovr.
four atranrtli. ruin mvr )ta)tK.
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IS TIGHT MONEY RIGHT?
. ui, .. ... .. -. j.
Because the President has lean
ed so heavily on the Secretary of
the Treasury.- and because Hum
phrey s advice has been so unequi
vocally accented on all economic
matters in the past, the current
difference between the treasury
and the White House is- far more
significant than what tne politico
have labeled it- "'the first break
uasicauy it involves tne. ques question
tion question of tight-money and -the New
Deal theory, of highs government
spending: to' 'maintain prosperity.
Humphrey believes in tight mon
ey., doesnt believe m pump-prim
ing.' Some of those arouhd the
White House disagree, v" "i. ;
; At the'-moment they nave Ike's
ear.. Twice j Eisenhower, worried
over high Interest rates and; re restricted
stricted restricted crildit.' ha talked tol his
Secretary of the'Treasury arid ask asked
ed asked In effect: "Are you sure,
George-, this 'policy of tight money
is right?' -
Humphrey described one of
these conversations to Republican
leaders on Capitol Hill, in whieh
he said he told the President In
vigorous, unvarnished language
just how he felt. Humphrey re reported,
ported, reported, that Ike smiled and 'said
nothing. Humphrey even told GOP
leaders that he waa prepared to
come before the Senate Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations Committee 'and testify just
what, could be cut in the Elsen
hower budget, :
. Under the rules governing eve
ry administration this amounts to
revolt. It is the law ef the 'White
House, whether Repub 1 1 c a a or
Democrat, that a Cabinet officer
can object to a budget figure as
much as he likes inside the fami family.
ly. family. .But once the figure has been
set by the bud set bureau, tne ar argument
gument argument stops. From that point on,
the : President's official family
stands firmly together. ,Tbey .do
dot argue in public. a .:
Secretary: Humphrey violated
this code. .-
Had he violated K under Tru-
man he would. have been fired the
next day. Truman fired Henry
Wallace and Louis Johnson when
they differed with administration
policy. Roosevelt Met some of his
Csbinet officers differ with each
other. But he sever let them dif
fer with him or with the budget
Humphrey bas now differed with
the officially, fixed budget of the
President. He has done It public
ly and he Las indicated that he will
Pat Nixon, the Vic PrpcMnt'
wife, wore, her famous cloth coat
to the last inauguration. But this
year she had a fitted black fur
coat made .of Afghanistan lamb
felts given by'the Afghanistan gov.
ernmect, also a white ermine
stole: besides .-. which. thn v
President gave Pat a s rimtnm.
made mink stole for Christmas.
ii s a long way pack to 1952 ... in
their two weeks at the Bangkok
constitution fair in Thailand. Ran.
ny "Goodman and his band played
American iazz t an omtimatarf au
dience of over-a millloi. people as assembled
sembled assembled outdoors ... Frank Elkins,
publicity-, man for the office of
International Trado Fairs point
out that if Goodman had perform performed
ed performed indoors In Bangkok's largest
theatre, seating-..1,000, jit would
have takeu three years,, playing
seven nights -a week, to reach a
million people .J Congresswomaa
Edith Green of Oregon; made. this
comment, when -Informed that
President Eisenhower had omitted
funds for continuing the construc construction
tion construction of John Day Dam from his
1958 budget; "Sherman Adams
hasn't informed the President a a-bout
bout a-bout the results of the Washing-
tuu-ureKon elections. ; .(
GA$ LOBBY STIRS
A natural gas bill, recommend recommended
ed recommended by Ike in his budget message,
will have tougher -sledding in the
new Congress. This is because 31
congressmen; who last year voted
for the Harris-Fulbright act did
not return to the 85th Congress. Congress.-Most
Most Congress.-Most of them were voted, ouf of of office
fice office last November.
keep ob doing It This is. the big-khe same age, both ,57.
The. recent price increases bv
major oil companies will also crea crea-te
te crea-te problems for a natural gas bill.
For this is regarded as : an effort
to profit from the Suez Canal oil
shortage, and will be cited as a
prime example of why federal con control
trol control of oil and gat producers is
'needed.,' r,,v'.-':;;v. .' $
On the other hand, the big utili-
ties which distribute natural gas
are. now: huddling with the pipe pipeline
line pipeline operators in the hope of reach
ing a compromise on. a new gas
bill. Last year, most distributors
opposed the Harris-Fulbright act.
This year, they- may compromise
with producers and pipeline oper operators
ators operators and throw their support be--hind
a new natural gas bill thus
helping the chances of passage.
" MATRIMONY FOR ADLAl! ;
" ' 'jj.r- V
If "looks irif "wedding bells.' at
long last, would toll again for Ad-
lai Stevenson. .-1 '. h u -' I
No one is confirming it official officially,
ly, officially, but close friends of the recent ;
Democratic candidate for Presi President
dent President say that he and his old friend,
Mrs. Mary Lasker. expect to be
married sometime in the spring.
Mrs. Lasker is the widow of the
late Albert D. Lasker, a member
of the .Warren' 'G. Harding brain
trust and one of the campaign man managers,
agers, managers, who helped him defeat Gov Gov-ernor
ernor Gov-ernor James Cox of Ohio In 1928.
Vn. Lasker," a native of Wis Wisconsin.
consin. Wisconsin. Is bow a resident of New
VAlr liatf K.on vto-Armi fitvn. 4
son booster -and has known the
former governor of Illinois "for
many yafis She has been active in
health circles as head of the Al Albert
bert Albert and Mary Lasker' Founda Foundation
tion Foundation founded by herself and her
late husbands Her efforts are con considered
sidered considered partly responsible for the
large increases voted by Congress
recently to experiraentatioa tor
cancer, heart, and ether ; cures
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Though Mrs. Lasker has been
identified with a stanch Republic
an family, and though nor. late
musband' served as chairman of
the shipping board under Hard
ing, Albert Leaker bolted to the
Democrats some years before hia
death'. In-1944 he deserted Govern Governor
or Governor Dewey and voted for Roose-
velt, stating St that time: "It's a
choice of holding your nose with
Roosevelt or closing your eyes to
Dewey. Fve never walked over a
cliff "yet." ''-''.
Mrs. Lasker and Stevenson are
CERVECERIA NACIONAt, Si.
(NATIONAL BREWERY, INC)
We wish to remind you thai the regular
"General Assembly of Stockholders will be
held in our New Plant in Pasadena Trans-,
isthmian Highway, on Monday," January
28, 1937, at 7 p.m. '1 -'
? . In accordance wfth the By-Law of our
Company this meeting can not be held un
' less one-half plus one of the total number
of stockholders are present or represent represented
ed represented by proxy, and at lea.t one-half of the
capital stock is represented.
Stockholder! who are unable to attend
;thia meeting SHOULD MAIL THEIR
.PROXIES in due to me to Aptdo. 536,
Panama Gty. v. . :
v THF. SECRETARY.
OUR ANNUAL and ONLY EPIC CLEARANCE SALE IS ON IN FULL FORCE
A; ONLY OUR OWN REGULAR STOCK NOTHING SPECIALLY IMPORTED FOR SALES PROMOTIONS LIQUIDATION THRU REDUCTIONS FROM 40 TO 50
STRAIGHT 40 OFF
You Read the Regular Price
Ticket and Deduct 40. That is
Your Sale Price
, SPOT RESISTANT WATER REPELLENT
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REGULARS SHORTS LONGS STOUTS
WHITES TANS COLORS and FATCY PATTERNS
These, While they Last
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v 3,000 Pairs to sell
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FOR MEN BODYGUARD FOR MEN BVD Union Suiu Phoenix Inlerwoven ISo. 1291 Men's No. 264 PHOENIX Men' Sox
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, Full. 18" White Cotton HANDKERfWlFFS TO-BE-MADE
. HAJ1JKLKU11 20" Hand Rolled Edg. to Bt iviAut i 1. 00 Values ASSORTMENTS ASSORTMENTS ITALIAN
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r DRESS SHIRTS MADI RHDH CUIDK MARLBORO white MANHATTAN
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- A SPECIAL LOT. of about six Dozen MANHATTAN 4 TO JUSTIFY YOUR
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. Bny Now for the Rest of the Year JUST ANOTHER, CLEAN Reg 65c. ea. UNDERSHIRTS litius stinker-
... t, V U Short Sleeve Knee Length SWEEP f Sizes 4-6-8 only Sizes 4 to 12
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V Af 5-65 51.95 $2.95 $3.95 $4.95 Now $2.70 40 off 3 for $ 1.35 3 x $Iqq NOW 55l
Short and Long Sleeves Solid Colors Fancies GOL SOX I travelling kits I No. 8158 and sisi I A d & host of other art des far too numereu t0
Z.: - English Leather RVRMUD4 SOX
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; COTTONS RAYONS DACRONS PURE SILK N0 3 X $1.00 ; ,rL7i.oo NOW 85c. NW T -V J:
ALL CREDITS SUSPENDED v t
DURING .SALE ON GOODS SOLD
AT SALE PRICES V
STORE HOURS DU Rl NC SALE
8 a.m.' -"12 Noon 1:30 6 p.m.
Opposite Ancon Post Office
ALL CREDITS SUSPENDED
DURING SALE ON GOODS SOLD
AT SALE PRICES.
STORE HOURS DURING SALE
8 a.m. 12 Noon 1:30 6 p.m.
the .Panama American an independent daixx newspaper
MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 19CT
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MISS MART RIDDLE BECOMES ENGAGED
TO ADMIRAL ATKESON'S SON
The engagement of Mary Leavenworth Riddle to George
Gordon Atkeson, son of Rear Admiral Clarence L. C. Atke Atke-aon.
aon. Atke-aon. USN, Commandant of the 15th Naval District, and Mrs.
in..... intiv innnuni-ni hv Miss Riddles parents,
Kiddie, U0 irri.; nuu mia.
Cantain Frederick L
of Washington, D-C.
Miss Kiddle is a
and Tofts University,
graduate of Bradford Junior College
Mr. Atkeson is a senior at ale Uni-
' Grow-Herrera Wedding
t Miss Hercilia Herrera, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Raul rierrera of
5 Colon became the bride of Lt.
John Grow of Ft. Davis at the
t Miraculous Medal Church in Co Co-lion,
lion, Co-lion, Saturday afternoon. Rev. Tu Tu-tjntuty
tjntuty Tu-tjntuty officiated.
Lt. Grow's parents, Mr. and
!tlrs. James A. Grow, came from
Maracaibo, Venezuela to attend
The bride, who was given away
thv her father, wore a ballerina
lnath eown of white chantilly
lace over peau de soie, with a long
waisted bodice, long lace sleeves
! and a large peau de soie bow in
, hark. Ker lace and Pearl crown
'held a finger-tip length veil, and
I she wore diamond earring ana a
diamond cross. Her bouquet was a
nrav of white roses.
The maid-of -honor Miss Loretta
: Anne Htrschfeld wore a white o
pen-worked organdy over pale yel-
low saun, a m$ jeuuw
! tinv vellow lace crown studded
with pearls and rhinestones
! carried a bouquet of pink
! with yellow ribbons.
I .leannie Smith Castrellon' was
: rino.hearer Roxana Grimaldo Sa
i lazar flower Blrl. and Raul CSsto
Zachrlson, coin bearer.
beach aartv for members and
their families and guests Feb. 3
at the Santa Clara cabin of Mrs.
Plans also were made to hold a
series of meetings at the homes
of members with the first meeting
beine held at the tome of Miss
Maraeem Branham Feb. 12. A
white elephant door prize is to be
furnished by each hostess.
After the lengthy business meet-
inn, an interesting ana cowrnu
cultural program on nnures
Landscapes was given by Mrs. E-
leanor hoimberfi. featuring sever
al colored slides of some of nat
ure's beautiful works of art.
Present at the meeting were
Mrs. Freida Allen. Mrs. Edna
Bower. Mrs. Betty Boyer, Miss
Maraeem Branham. Mrs. Marga
ret Capps, Mrs. Evelyn Danley,
Mrs. Helen Heidinger, Mrs. Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor Holmberg, Mrs. Ann Maloney,
Mrs Fern Morse. Mrs. Elaine
Pavne. Mrs. Pauline Zon, Miss
Ruth Hoke, Miss Evelyn Horn, and
Mrs. Francine Kennedy.
Refreshments were served
hostess Mrs. Betty Boyer.
William L. de Vane acted
The ushers were Lt
las heat man.
Anthony J. Leach, Lt. James Mar Mar-latt'III.
latt'III. Mar-latt'III. Lt. Edward V. Freeman
J and Lt. Thomas Ratcliffe.
i A rdcention was held at the Ho
tel Washington following the cere cere-Imony.
Imony. cere-Imony. The bride, who is a secreta-
ry at usakiaiuo i
Gulick, was educated at St. Ma Ma-Iry's
Iry's Ma-Iry's Academy, Cristobal.
The bridegroom is an officer in
Jtbe U.S. Army.
f Th poiinle left for El Valle,
Jvhere they will spend their honey-
On their return, they will make
Itheir home in quarters at Ft. Da-vis.
Bt Sigma Phi Makes
!. Eur Biidi PartV
i AlDha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi
held its semi-monthly meeting
.Tuesday evening in the clubroom
at the Curondu Clubhouse, with
.'Miss Maragem Branham, presid-
ing. Plans were completed for a
Gold Coast Orchid Society
The Gold Coast Orchid Society
of the Atlantic Side of the Isthmus
nt Panama has completed plans
fnr this vear's exhibit, to be held
MA and exotic blooms Mrs
George A. Martin. Chairman of
the Committee has announced that
the general public will again oe
in for a wonderful treat as In
Our Orchid Exhibfs have al-
ways anraciea cuusiuciavic vu... vu...-ment
ment vu...-ment and all who attended were
most enthusiastic with praise for
the beautiful displays. The Elks
Club on Gulick Road Margarita,
C 7. wan selected as the location
!for this years exhibit, to be held
on Saturday and sunaay aiarcn c,
riiitiiral crouos ana camera en-
thueinstn arp alwavs welcome, sev
eral members wui De on nana, m
arrange conducted and education educational
al educational tours during the exhibit. Be
sure to mark the date on your
Service men and Canal Zone
civilians interested in the culture
of Orchids are cordially invited to
for inventory until 5:00 p.m.
Will Open in the evening
from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Opposite the Ancon P. 0.
x y f
" 4-4 .1
In tnirimnl JJy X
When Lucho gives out Kith music, it needs no interpretation
to Panamefio or Grtnoo'. Att Isthmians flock to the pied pied-piper
piper pied-piper of the organ named Azcarraga. Backed by his orches orchestra,
tra, orchestra, Lucho gives you that magical music tomorrow night, in
the pleasantest place our air-conditioned BELLA VISTA
ROOM from 7:30 p.m.
taiV fmtrtH at B Ptm.
It's diuftr rhaa y fciaa!"
NEXT WEEK Lb wiO play
m Tseaday, rehrmary S
A Xirkeby Hotel
attend the regular meeting's of
the society at their home in Gatun
Building T-100 directly behind the
Fire Station The first and third
Mondays of each month are the
Lt.'Cel. and Mrs. Ford
Visit Friends Hare :..
T.t rvii. and Mrs. George Ford
wem entertained by Mai. and
Mrs. S. A. Messner Of Ft. Clayton
on their brief visit to Panama,
Th FnrrU were returning to the
States after a three-day vacation
in Puerto Rico. :,
Hold Annual Centast ,!
The Isthmian Chapter of the In International
ternational International Toastmasters will hold
thnir annual contest for the pest
akp.r of the year tomorrow
5n tho Fern Koom Ol 5 me
Tivou uuest nouse, smiuuS p.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
Attend Red Mass
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (VV) (VV)-Vice
Vice (VV)-Vice President Richard M. Nixon
and hundreds of other government
officials attended the annual Red
Mass yesterday to seek Gods
blessing on the administration of
The Red Mass, which derives its
nam from the vestments worn,
held aech year near the beginning
of the new judicial term
Put God in Hearts,
Then Work Like ,
Is Church's Sermon
BUCK HILL FALLS, Pa., Jan.
28 (UP) Officers of the Laymen's
Fellowship of the Congregational
Christian churches" were Urged to to-dav
dav to-dav to "commit your hearts to
God and then work like the devil
for the church."
Arthur B. SNell, a Nashville
Te businessman, told a meet meeting
ing meeting of the, state presidents of the
fellowship that- men of his churc'i
rose from doing noining out at attending
tending attending church dinners to onganiz
ong and running promotional
program that is building an en entire
tire entire new church in Nashville."
Snell. head of the southeast con
vention of the fellowship, said men
of the Brookmr.ade Congregationrl
Church "in Nasvhille "suddenly re
alized that our talents are Gor Gor-give
give Gor-give for a useful purpose and
that we were called as much as
ministers to promote the church
He said a successful promotion
campaign, using newspapers ad'
vertismg and direct mail, was
launched on a $600 budget.
''Soon, people could not pas w
the church without giving," Snell
The presidents agreed to
mote similar programs in
New US Envov
To fa ly Hands
ROME, Jan. 28 (UP) New
U.S. Ambassador James D: ZpI-
lerbach handed a copy of his cre credentials
dentials credentials to Italian Foreign Affairs
Undersecretary Alberto Folchi to
Folchi represented Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Gaetano Martino, who is
presently in Brussels tor a six-
nation conference on' the Euro European
pean European common market.
Zellerbach, a San Francisco
businessman and civic leader, ar arrived
rived arrived here Saturday to take up his
I post. He succeeds Mrs. Clare
Besides Nixon, those attenaing Boothe Luce, who left one month
included Speaker Sam KayDura ag( Sfter nearly four years as
and Chief Justice Jsan warre. m Ambassador to Italy.
all, the mass was attended uy zbj
members of Congress, more thai
mo riininmats including 22 ambas,
sadors and two ministers, and 21
Th mas was celebrated by the
Most Rev. Patrick A. O'Boyle,
Archbishop of Washington.
The Most Rev. Robert J. Dwyer.
bishop of Reno, Nev., delivered
the sermon. He prayed that "th
holy spirit whose gracious name
we invoke as the source of our
inspiration, our wisdom, and our
strength, work the justice of God
over the face of thv whole earth.'?
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The custom of, holding the mail
was started in western European
capitals in the 12th century. The
mass has bet ncelebrated here
Others who attended the mass
Supreme Court Justices William
O. Douglts, Harold H. Burton,
Tom C. Clark and William Bren
nan; Postmaster General Arthur
E. Summerfield; Seate Republi-
ca Leader William F. Rowland:
Senate Democratic whip Mike
Masfield and House Democratic
Leader John W. McCormack.
Far East Com dr.
To Visit Taipeh,
Meet With Chiang
TAIPEI, Ja. 28 (UP) Geo
L. L. Lemnitzer, United Nations
and U. S. Far' East commander,
is scheduled to arrive here Tues
day afternoon for a three day vi
sit that will include a meeting with
Generalissimo Chiang. Kai-shek.
Lemnitzer will confer with Chin Chinese
ese Chinese and American military lead
ers and inspect -Nationalist Chi
na s military might.
Rio Abafe if
The Rio Abajo Industrial Group
will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in the
home of Luis A. Linda. All mem
bers are expected to attend.
To Play Tonight
At National Theatre
An outstanding violinist from
Costa Rica, Raul Cabezas Duff-
ner, will be featured at the Na National
tional National Theater, tonight at 8:15.
Cabezas has played before se
lect audiences in Washington.
New York. Mexico and other
countries and baa earned favor
able comments from reputable
musical critics. :
Cabezas displays a good tech technical
nical technical facility, and an intense, vi vibrant
brant vibrant tone, particularly suited
to romantic and modern works.
He has a very pure and secure
intonation, light and fluent fingers
and a study but flexible bow
i Tickets will oe avauaDie at me
National Theater this afternoon
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from loaa of vigour nervomnert and
deprauion, because an American Lab Laboratory
oratory Laboratory haa discovered th easy way
to end these troubles.
This discovery la In pleasant, eay-to-fake
tablet form, Is absolutely
harmless, and IS bringing- new youth
and vitality to thousands. It works
directly on th rlanda and nerve.
You can se and feel yourself getting
This amxzlng new (land and vigor
restorer, called VI-TABS haa been
proved by thousand in th United
States and I now distributed by
chemist her. VI-TABS make you
feel full of vigour and energy and
years younger. Get VI-TAB8 from
your druggist today t restore Vigour
840 kcs., Panama Gty
1090 Kcs., Colon
Telephones: 2-3066 Panama
Today, Monday, Feb. 28
4:00 Feature Review
4 30 What's your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by p&one
5:35 What's- Your F a v q r 1 1
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen
ISBLUE RIBBON SPORTS
' REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 WRUL Rebroadcast j
7:00 Over To You ?
7:30 VGA Report From-U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Proudly We Hail
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
in (! Cavalcade Of America
H: 00 Concert Under The Stars
13:00 Sign on
' Ok sr.
px.:'::-: .':..:.:.;( ;
r" 1 i.'"V 'S( l f XV V--o y. i- woes
. iaworfewwrflfiiiffiMiff)w I1 ler'iiiii iili iiniuaay'- frlrtlinwr i ni wmMHMmmmm- miamiiMm
POLE FOR THE POLE At McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, toward Wetbecher painte a 13-
foot bamboo pole from Panama which will be planted on the South Pole. -The barber-stripedf
pole will be air-dropped to 24 Seabees now working at the Pole who will place it on pne of t
the buUdings there. '
Ike MidEast Policy a One-Man Rule:
USIS Official; Hints Resignation
. Tomorrow, Tuesday, Jan. 29
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests vaseu:
by phone till 7:00) -'7:30
Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wlldwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News 1
9:15 Sacred Heart
Paris star Time
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU RKAL
(Cutex and Qdorono)
10:05 Spins and Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
, till 8:30)
11:05 Spins and Needle
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12 : 05 Lunchtime Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The tioneers
1 : 45 Forward March
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3:00 Hank Snow And Hi3 Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music FOr Monday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite
f (requests laxen y
..."(pnone wn v.wn,- j
5:30 News ,tJ
8:35 What's Your rorits
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Comments
ts Comments rv
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS'
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 On Stage America
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCI SCIENCE
ENCE SCIENCE HEALS
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 World Of Jazz
8.30-Life With The Lyons
9:00 Yotf Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan-
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert under The stars
12:00 Sign Off.
I SOCK MUSIC SAVAGE I
TOKYO, Jan. 27 (UP)-A.U. S.
information officer charged today
that President Eisenhower's re
quest for special "powers to de defend
fend defend r the Middle East is a "blank
check for' one-man rule that
could lead to atomic, wac .
Charles Edmunson, who is as as-feigned
feigned as-feigned to the Seoul branch of tne
U. S. Information Service, der
nouncefl U. S. policy in-a "strictly
personal statement" handed out to
newsmen during a stopover here.
Edmunson charged that U S.
aid is lining the pockets 6f "'prof "'profiteers,
iteers, "'profiteers, grafters and' politicians"
around the worid. He denounced
"reckless so-called, investigations"
of State Department activities. He
challenged government, interfer interference
ence interference with the "sacred and inviol inviolable
able inviolable right" of U.. S. newsmen to
travel where they please.
Prepared To R'sign
He prefaced his statement with
a message to USIS headquarters
in Washington, advising his chiefs
that he is prepared to resign if
they do not like his views.
There was no immediate indica indication
tion indication that the USIS had taken him
up on the offer.
In Washington, a spokesman for
ihe agency said that as far as he
knew Edmunson's message had
not yet arrived here. He declined
any comment t until the message
i 'ae rweivRd.
Edmunson reserved his strongest
criticism for the- President $ re request
quest request for special powers to fcack
ud the jyisennower vxuctriue
tne acicnse ox uie raiutusi agaiu
"I cannot conscientiously sup
nort a foreien-Dolicv which 1 be-
lieve mav lead us beyond tne
brink and into Atomic war," he
"President Eisenhower's call for
a blank, check to make war if he
sees fit in the Middle East con
stitutes a demand for Congress to
abdicate to the White House the
duties and prerogatives vested in
it by the Constitution. In Ameri American
can American history, there is no peacetime
narallel for such an opening to
"If America is ready to take
such a chance of war as the pro
posed unilateral action in the Mid
dle East involves, we should have
taken it in Hungary. The moral
imperative would then have 4ecn
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heal irritated membranes and allay Pil
.iM-roiuness. Aak yensr Oracsiat
He charged that much; of the
money. America, is pumping -into
South. Korea' is rwasted because
ministrative help at the top."
"Due chiefly to policies and pro
cedures laid down in Washington,
much of the hundreds of millions
whieh we. spend in underdeyloped
countries is wasted by being chan
neled through specnlatorsr, profit
eers, grafters and politicians while
essential agriculture and industry
suiter.,.' Edmunson said
"Unregulated capitalism is a
scarcity economy, can be cruelly
exploitatory. Yet, in no underde underdeveloped
veloped underdeveloped country that I know have
we done anything substantial to
help introduce the regulatory de
vices wnicn experience nasr snown
us to be necessary, to make Amer American
ican American capitalism humane and fully
. Press Interference
He was sharply critical of of official
ficial official U. S. "interference" with
the press an apparent reference
to State Department attempts to
keep newsmen out of Communist
"My deepest opposition to Presi
dent Eisenhower's policies abroad
is to his interference with the
sacred and inviolable rieht of the
press to send reporters anywhere
on mis planet or any planet
which may later become accessi-
pie to gather facts for the infor information
mation information and guidance of American
citizens,'' he said. A
,"I have- had 3 years of Journal Journalistic
istic Journalistic experience,' and never before
iw my lifetime has the federal gov,
ernment laid a forcible hand on
the American press.'
..There, is. no. limit, to. the
thoughtful things you can do
for friends, if you give your
3magination a chance to figure
out how you can really be use useful..
ful.. useful.. One. though tful. woman
makes a- practice' of taking
fully prepared evening meal t
any friends on moving day.
That is a lot more trouble ;
than simply saying, "If there U
anything I can do to help, let
me know." But it Is also much
No Damages Said
TAIPEI, Jan." 28 (UP) Th
Chinese Communists shelled the
Nationalist outpost island of Que-'
moy briefly Sunday foe the first
time this year.' a
; A defense-ministry communique
said the Reds hit the island with
33 rounds 'at thirteen separate
points but there was nm' damage.
It was the first time Communist ;
shore batteries -have opened up on
Quemoy this year although- one
island of the Matsu. group was
bombarded Jan.-2. s
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mSocia f and Otli
Card Group Of Balboa Woman's
Club Entoyt Party- 1
' The Card Group of the Balboa
"Woraan' Club enjoyed one of its
most successful parties of the club
year on Thursday afternoon at
the- Fort Amador Officers Open
MIess."- Attendance was high and
proceeds for tho charity fund
reached an all time Mgh.
Co-hostesses for the affairwere
Mrs. WUliam Allen and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Kongable M embers and
ffuests attending were: The Mes
dames' Florence Waldman, Wtoi-,
fred Graham, Maria Days, Maude
Clinchard. libby tacy; Edith.
Brown, Buth JenkinSj -Marion Wil-J
cox.e JPeggy .Parker,. Juanda Pen i
nington', Abi '. Williams, Eleanor1
Con ti nut J
McBrearty, Wanda Sts. M a r e,
June Stacy: Came Brown. Flor
ence KUpper, Mollie Johnson, E E-dith
dith E-dith Eppley, Olive Orr, Mary C.
Lowe, Bessie Babbidge, Rose Ca
sey, Hazel Zimmerman, a z z l e
Holgerson, Louise -Merchant,
Blanche Schilling, Jacoba Joustra,
Ann Zitzmann, : Ruth Bathmann,
Agnes Hearon, Claire Irwin, Jean Jean-nette
nette Jean-nette MacKobbon, Louise Smouse,
Gertrude Smouse. Lucille : Drew.
Faye RiiofL. Anita Lindell, Helen
Adler, Ernuy- iJoiton, uoroiny Al Allen
len Allen and Ruth Kongable.' t m
The next meeting will be held
on 14 FeTruam at the home of
Mrs- Jul Nordeng in cocou, co-
hostesses will be Mrs, Nordeng,
Mrs. Aanesen and Mrs. Hack.
House With Built-jn Meow Purrs
In low Pitch, Owner h Frantic'
i GLENDORAi Callfv Janv
!UP) Vincent Carta; had his
new house fluoroscoped last nigM
in a desperate "last resort" ; to
fmd the catt hat has been meow meowing
ing meowing In the walls for three weeks,
but "he house still purred today.:
A policVjC-ray technician, ; went
over 'every Jnch of J
without pickig up the teutaie
Sge at" a
heard the purring, though.
Expert ; Baffled
Even rime experts -were Bat Bat-fledS
fledS Bat-fledS by southern California s
"Case of the Meowing House In
addition to a iluorscope, they tried
string up microphones! throughout
the house, thinking they might dis discover
cover discover the noises were mechanical
ut every time technicians said
: "herft kitty, kitty, kitty," a meow
came from the walls: They agreed
t')e purrs did not sound mecham-
Tbe lnterlbper apparently
crawled into the dark recesses of
te $20,000 bouse just 21 days ago,
w"ien a telephone installer cut a
frjle in a wall. The c,at has been
purring off and on, night and day
, Purrs Weaker
The purrt grew weaker today,
indicating the time was growing
r' wt for the cat and possibly for
1ie Carta family. Animal authori authorises
ses authorises said a cat could not Jive much
more than three weeks without
focd. Living amid purring is bad
enough, Carta said, but a dead
cat in the walls would make the
house unbearable. v
Carta, his pregnant wife, Eunice
and their two younfc children went
to church this morning to pray
for a way out of their plight.
k'We can't stand it any more,"
he said. "The meowing is driving
The Carta telephone rang- con constantly
stantly constantly with as many as 100 calls
a day from persons with helpfil
hints on "how to skin a cat." One
call came from' as far as Des
Carta, a retired Navy officer,
said he had tried all practical sug suggestions
gestions suggestions with no success.
"We've tried everything," Carta
said, "and I don't think I want
to do any 'mor personal search
ing. I ve crawled under tne nouse
so many times I need shin guards.
We've had. dogs and other cats
here to try to find it. Wejve set
out food near the holes in the
Carta and his family have stood
bv watching workman rip out sec
tions of walls and floor and run
Murablm? snakes through pipes.
But nothing has done any good.
The builder is just as worried
as Carta, because the money for
the house still is in escrow and he
might not get it if the Cartas
As for Carta, he Is disgusted.
"I wouJd rather lose the monev
T've vput Into -escrow he said,
"than stay here, whether the cat
is dead or alive."
: Halg's l!ev Offices at Markinch
1 i T
(PA-C)'--A new block of offices for Messrs. John Haig St Co.,
- Ltd., makers of Haig i WJiiskey waa opened In Markinch, Eng England.
land. England. Mrs. Morshead, wife of the senior resident director of the
'company at Markinch Mr. J. K. Morshead, cut the first turf.
After the ceremonv of inauguration, the company were trans.
ported to the Station Hotel Kirkcaldy, lor a luncheon.-
From left to rigln: Mr. A. Wilson, Distillers Co., Ltd. Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Division: Mrs. J. K. Morshead; Mr. William Reid. Chair Chair-'man;
'man; Chair-'man; Provost Mclnnes. Markinch; Mrs. William Reid; Mr. J. K.
Morshead, Director; Mis. P.O. Gogg; Mr. P.H. Oogg, Managing Di Director;
rector; Director; Mrs. Mclnnes.
Begin Anew a! Plant
Itefiifer Yelk 'Wait a Minute',
, ...' ''"'.v i .. .' i ",:ti.' '"",' ' ;! V
When Told Probes Could Be Sloved
KENOSHA, Wis., Jan. 28 iUP) L WASHINGTON, Jan, 88- UP) have not been announced
Neeotiations were : nrheduled t fen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn)
resume today in an effort to set-raid today he has asked the Meat Prices
tie a strike that has idled aboi trDelense Department to hold up
6,500 workers at the American Mo jplans to shut down .some Army
Representatives ', of the' Unite 1
Workers and. company negotiators
met Saturday, but failed to reach
a" settlement in the dispute over
interpretation of seniority and lay-
oh provisions w uie contract,
The strike began last Tuesday by
about 5,000 workers at the firm's
main plant here. The walkout forc forced
ed forced the virtual shutdown of the
company' Milwaukee nlant. id.
ling another 1,500 workers not in
volved m the dispute.
American iMotors nroduces Nuaii
Hudson and Rambler cars at it
two Wisconsin plaiits.
- John Martyn, member of the
Panama canal board of direc direc-tors
tors direc-tors and William M. Whitman,
secretary of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal company, are amonK the 64
passengers scheduled to sal
Wednesday for New York a a-board
board a-board the Panama Liner Ancon.
-They will leave th Canal
zone, after attending the canal
comnany's board of directors
meetine being held thl, week.
Sixteen passengers ar booked
for Port-au -Prince. Haiti, on th
Ancon which Js makingr the first
northbovn sailim on the Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday sailing- schedule.
passeneers for HaiH r r
and Mrs. Harold class- mm'
Maude ooldsmith; Mr. and Mrs.
Kaskel Hess: Mr. pnd Mrs. John
Hova; Mrs. Marv Hoy a; Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Kaminskv: Mr.
and Mrs. Pol Knrp: Mr. and Mrs.
Ln" s Litt P"d Mr. and Mrs.
The comnlete dvnce sailing
list for New york follows-
Mrs. Nance Bei'tleur: Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison .BMet; Mrs. Pav Pav-nal
nal Pav-nal c. Bollin": Mr. nd Mrs
.Tarns T Rrownlee: Ool Pohert.
M. Pnrnett; Mr. and trs. Frm-Ty"ir-
Mr. and Mrs. Alb Albert
ert Albert F. Ferguson.
Mr. and rs. Ro'in Gpnss" fs
w-onfa F. Hendricks- Mr. .Tobri
wif?ins: Mr. and Mrs. rav b
Ho': Mrs. C: M. Janskv; Mr.
nd tr. .Tohn.B. Kne; Mr. nn-l
rs. A"llllan, T. wo-ne: Mr. snd
rs. .T!rnes KMnman: r$
Kr-ro- and Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony Kreshock. ; jv -.,
Mr.-und Mrs; Carl MaeUochet-,
u: Mr. John Martvn; Mr. and
Mrs. ,,W. W. Metealf : Mr. a nd
Mrs. Nathan Miller: Mr. Thomas
Moore': Mrs. Helen iVRelllv; Mrs.
Manon P. Pardy: Mrs. jenine
Pertes: Mr. end Mrs. Poy Pter-'
on and t'0 porn- Mr. W""w
Ph"l'ps: Mr. nd M's mll Roy
fnn son: Mr. Jn1 Mrs. John
Pven pnd ,"n; Mr. and Mrs.
'brt pod's; Ur. pnrf fr
irhsM p. PacVs; r. pn r,
J. HowaH Pamo;, Mr. pnd Mrs".
Maiirv Sanr; Mr. pnd Mrs.
JoseDh Pchwartzr, Sister Oer Oer-trnde
trnde Oer-trnde M. Shapfhnessv Mr. Pat
rick Vacca; Mr. WilliPm M.
whitman: Pnd Mr. and Mrs.
ordnance plants pending a
He revealed the action in an announcing
nouncing announcing his appointment as
chairman of a Senate prepared preparedness
ness preparedness subcommittee task force to
Investigate the proposed shutd
own. He said the plants involved
At the same j time, Kefauver
announced that a Senate Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly subcommittee which he
als heads will conduct a series
ot investigations, ; including in inquiries
quiries inquiries into finest 8nd newsprint
prices. He said previously the
group would look into recent oil
Kefauver said the subcommittee
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GUESS WHO? Yeah, It's him.
Hell be at the Balboa Thea
ter next week-end in the Ilrst Eivir r-resiey-siarrinK picture.
"Love Me Tender." I'ts a Civil War period western in -which the
rock 'n roller sings four songs, Including the title tune. It 11
probably be a month or so before Elvis begins vibrating Pan Panama
ama Panama movie screens. (Sorry, girls, we gave the picture away).
FELIX'S TIVOLI AVE.
will be closed
all day TOMORROWiTU ESDAY, ;
"Jonuafy fcr INVNT0RY
Our Main Store
at 22-06 Central Me. will remain 'open.
is preparing a "statistical study"
of comDetition. or lack of it, in
various industries. The idea, he
said, is to "find out just what
is happening to our American free
He said that after the study is
completel, the subcommittee
"will determine .what industries
we should examine more
Turning to the.' preparedness
inquiry, Kefauver 'said, he, had
written to Defense Secretary
Charles E. Wilson and Army
Secretary Wilber M, Brucker "re
questing, that plans. to close down
crdnance production plants" be
- Another Korea
"The continuing ammunition
cutbacks could well be a continu
ation of policies which resulted in
critical shortages during the
Korean campaign," he said.
Kefauver said he dip not want
another Korea, ammunition-wise
or any other wise." He said the
Middle East situation "imposed a
special obligation to ponder the
wisdom of this reduction pro program."
gram." program." kefauver said the Army in the
past has emphasized to Congress
its important role in so-called
"brush", wars. Yet he said, the
Army may now be "impairing its
ability to fight that knd of war."
The senator said that while the
plants to be closed have not been
identified, "a continuing program
for this purpose is being undes undes-taken
taken undes-taken by the Army." Serving with
him on the preparedness subcom-(D-M0)
and Ralph Flanders
Kefauver discusser the activi activities
ties activities of his anti-monopoly subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee in a television program for
Tennessee stations. He said it is
concerned with legislation "de "de-mittee
mittee "de-mittee are Sens. Stuart Symington
signed to keep the avenues of
competition free and open to all,
the little as well as the big."
"One of the big problems which
this natiron has been facing during
thi past few years has been the
gradual disappearance of com competition,"
petition," competition," he said. "Each year
more and more industries are
controlled by the big two, the big
three, or the big four."
Kefauver said the sobiommiUee
will investigate the spread be between
tween between priies farmers rereive for
their meat and retail prires.
Farm prices have been going
down, he said, while grocery
trices have been going op.
Kefahver said he has asked the
subcommittee staff to prepare a
study of the newsprint situation. situation.-He;
He; situation.-He; Said ne' liadl received much
Information' from newspaper 0ub-'
Ushers "about the price increases
of newsprint, which I believe are
led in this Instance by the Cana Canadian
dian Canadian monopoly."
"Freedom of the press can be
threatened from more than one
direction," he said.
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MONDAY, JANUARY It, MSf
Hard Fighting Yaiikeeis;:StiflHQipe:-;T'ib Win. Fla
Shantz Shoots For 2nd Place
Against Beermen Tomorrow
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Manager Billy Shantz' never-say-die Carta Vie Vie-ja
ja Vie-ja Yankees may be down in the Pro League cellar,
but don't count them out of the 1956-57 flag race
which ends next week Tuesday. Not just yet.
"n Yesterday at Colon Stadium, righthander Evans
Killeen, with ninth-inning help from Dutch Romber Romber-ger,
ger, Romber-ger, and the homer-hitting of keystoners Dave Ja Ja-rnhs
rnhs Ja-rnhs and Snider Wilhelm. handed the front-running
Chesterfield Smokers a 4-to-3 setback to move to
within two games of the lead and keep their taint
pennant hopes alive.
The Yankees are now two
runes from the lead and one
game behind the second place
nervesa Balboa Beermen, whom
thev Dlav tomorrow night at
the Olympic Stadium.
A Carta Vieja victory to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow would move them one
percentage point ahead of the
Beermen In second spot, and
one and one-half games from
the lead with three games left
tn nlav. one with the Smokers.
vesterdav tho Yankees, who
dropped two extra-inning games
to the Smokers Friday played
if they still had definite ideas
of copping the bunting.
,.iri"the second inning wltth
starter and loser Jerry Davie on
the fnound, Eddie Phillips led
off and was safe on Clyde Par Par-ris'
ris' Par-ris' error.
Second baseman Dave Jacobs'
rouridtripper to right center
brought home the third base baseman
man baseman ahead of him and the
Yanks were off and running
With a 2-to-0 lead.
Johnny Kropf struck out. Bill
Kerri singled and Lee Left Left-ridge
ridge Left-ridge hit into a short-to-second
doHbiepiay to ena me inning.
In the top of the fifth the
Smokers lost a golden oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to score. Frank Austin
drew a lead off base on balls and
reached second when Ellas Oso Oso-rlo
rlo Oso-rlo was safe on Leftridge's er error.
ror. error. Hal Grote was hit by a Kil-1
Bartirome, who went hltless
yesterday, flied to right for
the first out. Shantz walked
and then shortstop Wilhelm
connected a four-master to
right field which brought;
home- the Yankee catcher a a-head
head a-head of him.
Phillips was out on a foul fly
to first and Jacobs fanned to
end the Yank's scoring for the
The Smokers' first run cross crossed
ed crossed the plate in the seventh
when Cobos hit his second of
two singles with one out, went
all the way to third on the sec second
ond second error committed by Left Left-ridge
ridge Left-ridge and scored when Rodman
Nunez, batting for Davie was
retired second to first.
Napoleon singled, but died on
base when Manito Bernard was
retired pitcher to first, for the
Two more tallies came for
the Smokers in the eighth.
Parris singled and moved to
second on a free, pass to Bob Bobby
by Bobby Prescott. Frank Austin then
hit into a short-to-second DP,
Parris advancing to th'rd on
Osorio's four-cornered blast to
left center accounted for the two
markers, and Grote field to left
for the third out.
Chelito Gordon took over
the seventh and hurlod scoreless
ball the rest of the way,
Never Say Die
Chesterfield-. AB R HPO A
Napoleon .........4 0 10 0
Bernard, ss ,...,.5 0 .0 14
Parris, 3b .4 1 1. 0 2
Prescott, rf ..... 2 0 0 4 0
Austin, 2b 3 0 1 1 3
E. Osorio. lb 4 .1 1 ll o
Grote, cf 3 0 0 1 0
Cobos, c i. ...... .4 1 3 6 1
Davie, p ...,..,,..2 0 0 0 2
Nunez .1 0 0 0 0
Gordon, p 0 0 0 0 0
Heron 1 0 0 0 0
33 3 7 24 12
Nunez grounded out for Davie
Heron struck out for Gordon
Bartirome, lb ...3
Shantz, c .., 3
Wilhelm, ss ......3
Phillips, 3b .......3
Jacobs, 2b ........3
Kropf, rf 3
Kern, cf 3
Leftridge, If 3
Killeen, p ;.3
Romberger, p ....0
In $650 Racetrack
PACIFIC tITTLE LEAGUE
27 4 4 2T11
Score by Innings
Chest. 000 000 1203 7 1
C. Vieja 020 002 OOx 4 4 2
Errors: Parris, Leftridge t.
RBI's: Jacobs 2, Wilhelm 2, Nu Nunez,
nez, Nunez, Osorio 2. Earned runs: Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja 3, Chesterfield 2. Two
base hits: Cobos. Home runs:
Jacobs, Wilhelm, Osorio. Dou Dou-bleplays:
bleplays: Dou-bleplays: Bernard, Austin, Oso Osorio,
rio, Osorio, Killeen, Bartirome; Wilhelm,
Jacobs, Bartirome. Hit batters:
Killeen (Grote). Struck out by:
Davie 4, Gordon 1, Romberger 1,
Killeen 4. Base on bails oil:
Davie 1, Gordon 1, Killeen 4.
Left on base: Chesterfield 8,
Carta Vieja 1. Pitchers' record:
Davie 4 runs, 4 hits in 6 innings;
Killeen 3 runs. 7 hits in 8 in-
nnines (pitched to one batter
in 9th). winning pitcher: Kil
leen (5-3). Losing pitcher: Davie
(3-4). umpires: Thornton, boo
erts, Williamson. Time of game
leen nitch and the bases were i one runner reached base oir
loaded with nobody out. Chelito's offerings. Bartirome
Killeen however, got Marcos walked with one out in the
Cobos and Davie on swinging eighth but was erased when he
strikes, and made Eddie Napo-jwas caught stealing catcher to
Jeon fly to center to leave the short.
gunners stranded. i The Smokers threatened in
The Yankees made ft 4 to 0 the ninth when Cobos, who was
In their half of the sixth. Tony .the batting star of the game
with 3-for-4 led off with a dou
ble. But Shantz. taking no
chances, brought in Romberger,
injwho struck out plnchhitter Car
los Heron, forced Napoleon to
Only j fly to center, cobos tagging- up
and advancing to third alter
the catch, and made Bernard
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Killetn picked up his fifth vic victory
tory victory against three losses while
Davie dropped his fourth deci decision
sion decision as compared to three
IT SWEEPS THE WORLD!
I "DONT KNOCK
Police 5 0.
Lincoln Life 4 1
Spur Cola 3 2
Gibraltar Life 2 3
Elks. 1414 .7. 1 4
Sevmour Aerencv ...0 5
On Friday at the Pacific Lit Little
tle Little League stadium. Spur Cola
edged out Gibraltar Life team
in a well-played game by score
of 3 to 2.
The: two opposing pitchers
were, Altman for the Gibraltars
and Zelnick for the Spurs. Long
John Zelnick had the edge, al allowing
lowing allowing only two hits. Altman
was touched for six safeties.
Perantie and Zelnick wer? the
only two batters who had more
than one hit.
The crucial game of the sea season
son season will be on tap tomorrow
when the unbeaten police tackle
the up-and-coming Lincoln Life.
A win for the Lincolns would tie j
up the league, and raise t h e
hopes of the third-place Spur
For the Police, undoubtedly,
priester, with a 3-0 record, will
oppose French, with a 2-1 tally.
On the offense the three big
guns in both lineups will be as
follows: for the police. Potter
with a .467 batting average; Jim
Reilly with a .385, and Ashton
with .357. For the Lincolns It
will be French with amazing
.643, followed by Beck with a
.429 and Case with a .357. French
leads the league with three
home runs in five games.
Spur Cola AB
Albritton, lb 3
Perantie, ss ..,.,,.3
Starkenberg, 2b ....2
Zelnick, p ..........2
Bradshaw, cf .......3
Mounts, rf ...3
Whitney, c ...3
Mikullch, If 3
Hanna, 3b 2
Hunt, 2b 3
Hermanny, rf 3
Fraunheim, lb .....2
Altman. p ...2
Wilson, c ..2
Thompson, cf 2
Carney, If 1
Ebden, If 1
Frank, ss 2
The Stud Circle 4's stoutheart stouthearted
ed stouthearted Peruvian-bred four-year-old
bay colt patan yesterday held
on to score by f- nose over Pla Pla-teado
teado Pla-teado m the featured $650 sev seven
en seven furlong sprint for third se series
ries series imported thoroughbreds at
the President Remon racetrack.
Off to an excellent- start un under
der under the hustling ride of veteran
Panmanian jockey Vlrgillo Cas Castillo,
tillo, Castillo, Patan raced Rosier and
the fractious Gavilan into sub submission
mission submission then held on gamely
ing plateado midway down the
when overtaken by strong clos clos-homestretch.
homestretch. clos-homestretch. patan and Platea
do hit the finish line almost
simultaneously. The judges call called
ed called for photographs' and the of official
ficial official photo showed Patan the
winner by a long nose. Slow Slow-starting
starting Slow-starting Pappa Flynn closed fast
to finish third.
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Cerveza Balboa ..... 12
Carta Vieja.. .. 12
The son of Atrevida-Postin
turned 'the distance in the fair
time of 1:25 3-5. Gavilan, Ro Rosier,
sier, Rosier, Pavinetto and Hurling
trailed in that order.
The winner, well backed in
the mutuels, paid $9.20 althoueh
n'sroing off the second favorite.
0 Pappa Flynn was the mutuels
First Place In Three Major
Conferences On Line Tonight
t i 1
t2&r DAVID KtVER
I KHfYMNE DE CARLO
I BAKBY FITZCEK1LI
I jr a
Today Encanto .35 20
Double in Cinemascope!
Richard Wldmark in
"THE LAST WAGON"
Dan Dailey in
"BEJ5T THINGS IN LIFE
Today IDEAL .20 .70
Joan Crawford in
George Montgomery in
"MASTERSON af KANSAS"
NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (UP)
The mid-year "vacation" is o-
ver for college basketball teams,
and first place in three major
conferences eoe on the line to
night when full-scale court war
fare breaks out again.
Kentucky, the nation's No. 3
team which gained a tie for the
southeastern Conference ieaa
bv whippine Vanderbllt. -83,
Saturday, night, risks that share
tonight when it visits Georgia
Tech--th school thai stunned
th court world iwo years 'aefl
by upsetting Kentucky twice.
Ohio State, Bi Ten pace pacemaker
maker pacemaker and the nation's No. 10
team, isfcs its perfect 6-0
laepue Tecord in a road fame
against Michigan State, and
Texa Western, unbeaten lead leader
er leader of the Border Conference at
4-0, plays host to Temple
Kentucky was one of four
high-ranked teams Dlaylne last
Saturday, and set the winning
style for the quartet. The Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats sank 43 9 percent of their
shots as Gerrv Calvert and John Johnny
ny Johnny Cox scored 23 points ear-h to
beat 15th-ranked Vanderbllt.
Louisville (No.- 6) nipped Day Dayton,
ton, Dayton, 57-5R. in a reolav of last
year's National Invitation Tour Tournament
nament Tournament finals on soph Hal An Andrews'
drews' Andrews' 2S-foot shot at the final
buzzer: Illinois (No. 8) enualted
the Chicago stadium scoring re record
cord record in whiooing Notre Dame,
99-81: and Ohio State (No. 10
rallied in the final six minutes
to beat Northwestern. 83-71, as
Frank Howard and Jim Laugh Laugh-lln
lln Laugh-lln scored 20 points each.
Here's the situation now m
the malor conference title races:
Big Ten If Ohio State is up upset
set upset tonight, it will lose its loss loss-column
column loss-column edge over Illinois. Pur Purdue,
due, Purdue, and Michigan but retain a
won-column margin. Illinois-
Purdue clash on Saturday then
1 Bacana $6, 2.80.
2 Lanero $2.60.
1 Marcelita $14.60, 5.80.
2 Justina $5.20.
First Double: $33.20
1-Soberano $3, 2 20.
2 Angelita $2.20.
HKHT AND IANCASTB
Colsr ky Ds Una J
could be week's top game.
Pacific Coast Conference
TJ.C.L.A. (4-0) can tie idle Cal California
ifornia California (6-0) by beating Ore Oregon
gon Oregon State in Los Angeles Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday.
Ivy League Princeton (5-0)
is idle, but Colombia and Yale
(each 3-1) will try to gain ground
by winning games Saturday
night against Harvard and Cor Cornell,
nell, Cornell, respectively
Southern West .Virginia, risks
6-0 mark against Virglnla'Tech
tomorrow; A loss would cut Moun
taineers' margin to half-game
over idle Washington & Lee (5 (5-...
... (5-... Atlantic Coast While North
Carolina (6-0) is idle, Duke (4-1
can move within a half-game by
beating Wake Forest tomorrow
and Maryland Thurs.
Southeastern While Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky (4-1) meets Georgia Tech
tonight, Auburn (also 4-1) faces
Georgia. Tulane (another 4-1)
doesn't play until Friday.
Missouri Valley St. Louis
(41) can tie Wichita (5-1) for
second place by beating Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma A. & M. tomorrow while
Wichita and leading Bradley
(6-0) are idle from league ac
can repeat its upset of Kansas
(3-1) at Kansas Saturday,
then idle Nebraska (2-1) will
inherit the lead.
Southwest If S.M.U. (4-1), the
nation's No. 5 team, Is unset by
Arkansas Saturday, it will drop
into a tie with idle Rice and
Baylor (each 4-2).
Skyline If Brigham Young
(4-1) is upset by Denver Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, then either Montana or
Colorado A. St M. (each (3-2)
can go ahead by winning a game
Thusrday and then beating the 1 Hablando (e)
other on Saturday. 2 Ezcasay $4.20.
The nightcap was an even
bigger thriller than the feature.
In, this $500 mile race for fifth
series imported horses, three
racers flashed under the finish
line heads apart. They were
Hablando, E2casay and Resuelto
the latter coming from far
back with a brilliant rush that
barely fell short.
Jockeys Alfredo Vasouez. Os Os-valdo
valdo Os-valdo de eLon and Fernando Al
varez shared riding honors with
two victories each:
TOMORROW'S GAME At Panama
Carta Vieja vs. Cerveza Balboa.
,r Game Time : 7:30. p.m.
YESTERDAY'S RESULT At Colon Stadium
Carta Vieja Chesterfield 3j :
Bill Coffey Sets New Ser.'es Mark their drive away 'from the-eel-
Co?,m?F0.Utan MJxed. LeaSMe lar by pushing Colonial into the
Tivoli Motors and Atlas Club snnt. the,, oV il; ","'S
met Wednesday night in the bigland Swede Nelson led Ve Air:
oatue ior nrst piace ana it turnj way gang with 570 and 563. Bob
1 Tully Bar (Excluded
2 Rloui $5, 2.60.
3 Dr. Bill $2.60.
1 Destello (Excluded from betting).
2 Taken way $4, 2.40.-
3 Ika $3.
1 Reflector $4, 2.40.
2 Genlzarito $2.20.
ed out to jeally be the battle of
the season. With but one game
separating the two teams Bill
uoney maae sure tnat Tivoli
would not lose ground by roll rolling
ing rolling the highest series of the sea season
son season and the third biggest game
of the season.
Bill broke loose with a whop whopping
ping whopping 255 the first game and fol followed
lowed followed with games of 216 and 217
for a 688 series. When all the
smoke had cleared it was found
that Tivoli and Atlas were still
right where they started from,
Tivoli one game ahead. The first
game resulted In the second tie
game of the season with both
teams rolling 992 series. The
second game was won by Tivoli
by only 10 pins and the third
game by Atlas by 21 pins. They
don't come much closer than
Besides the' games and series
by Coffey the rest of the men
were having good nights also
Although Earl Best of APA had
the only other series over 600
there" were a total of 1J games
over zuo. Ean Best series or 603
va.s' followed bvr Ted Albritton
twith 584 for the Atlas Club and
saicer, the Tasco ary-celi, with
The biggest games were by Al
britton and Wallace, a newcom
er from the Atlantic sid and
Subbing on the Pepsi Cola team,
with 223. Bob Boyer of Pepsi
and Balcer followed with 221
and 220 respectively. For the
fairer sex it was Dell Peters of
Branlff with 493 and Re g g 1 e
Schmidt followed with 178 and
176. Thelma Gasbv also had
third high series with 471.
fvoll Motor Vt Atlas Club V
1 Gourmet $4.20, 260.
2 Kinr $3.40.
Second Double: $11
1 Carlota $9.20, 5.20.
2 Kalalu 6.fi0.
had a 203 gamp included in his
series while Swede went wild"
with a 212. Both Dell Peters and
Betty Coleman had good nights
with 493 and 461. Colonial jusfi
didn't have it as they fell back
into the cellar as only Al Minor
with 578 resembled the howlers
they should be.' j
Standing at the end of the
Tivoli Motors 33 y
Atlas, Club .'.32ya
Seymour Agencies ...30,
Tascp Batteries ......30
Pepsi Cola ........... 27
Branlff Airways- 26
Colonial Insurance 4 .23.
BUSINESS WOMEN'S LEAGUE
A three game win over Salon
Alex, gave the Abernathy bowl bowl-ers
ers bowl-ers a four point lead in the Diai
bio Business Women' '' League,.,1
last Monday night. Led by Marge.-;
Rodger's with -second j high e e-rles
rles e-rles of S58 and high single gam v.,.
of 205 and Armenia Metzger with
455, Abernathy -took three from
Salon Alex. Murrel- Mltchusson
was : high rscorer for the losers
with 420. v i
Boyd Brothers stayed In sec
ond place by winning three close
games from Mountain Dew.
Maxlne Johnson of Boyd Broth
ers hit 534 and had ah honoP
game of204, which was second
high single game for the eve
ning. Millie Kelly was high fof
Mountain Dew witn 437,
Panama Cigarettes, led bv Lll
Gunn with, 425, took two from
Ted Albrittonept the Atlas i ?.an me.r'c?? Airways, winnin
... 1 t n mim irarnn nv a Kintria inn.
ciub in contention the first two! v."e vT T .v..
games by nearly matching Cof-
Anne Simrak was high-for the
fey strike for strike wtih 223Flv5 .Y1!1? i t
and 202 and only one V, point ?' f 5? :.Ti ""i
.all ... w. ..win
and ironically the game ht
down on Atlas won. Addie and
Walt Colclasure had nice series
moved, into fifth place. The
Loungers were led by Theima
wail wuicittsure nu nice series v.,: ,a. . r
of 468 and 494, BiU Rogers and'cambyjvith 564 high series of
1 Patan $9.20. 540.
2 Plateado $6.60.
A sensational double features
with the amazin Kirk Doug Doug-glas,
glas, Doug-glas, Silvana Mariano In
U L L I S E S
with Rossana Podesta in
- Also: -MAN
IN THE VAIT.T
ZSc i 15c
MYSTERY OP THE
1 i 7 r r
I i Ornii i -i- iVl I i ii i 1
One-4f the year's most peBetratiiif; dramas, the film
create a feeling f andienee participation as the story of
an innocent man suspected of murder builds to its electrify electrify-In;
In; electrify-In; and totally unespected climax. Tbt surprise ending wai
even filmed behind locked doos te keen it completely ae ae-cret.
cret. ae-cret. It was directed by Frits Lan;, who has a long list of
Mispense-ehockers U bis credit. Dana Andrews has the role
of a newspaperman who makes himself a murder suspect
In order to be victed and later expose the ruse that led
to his indictmenf. Joan Fontaine plays the role ef Andrews'
fiancee and she too, rets lu-orred in the mystery klllinr ef
a strip -tease dancer. The best friend of the stranrled strip
teaser is enacted by Barbara Nichols, former New York I-t-In
Quarter beav and Eeeuire Maraiinc calendar gh-L Pro Prominent
minent Prominent amour ether notables in the cast is Sidney Black Black-mer,
mer, Black-mer, while Sbeiperd Strudwick. Phili Be-meuf, Arthur
Frans, Edward B.nn, and RoMn Pjt tond all bsve sirnifi sirnifi-eant
eant sirnifi-eant roles. See -BEIOND A REASONABLE DOUBT" whkta
OPENS ON VVLLESDAI M AT THE LUX.
Reggie Schmidt were the other
big guns for Tivoli Motors. -Seymour
Agencies 3 APA 0
Virgil Cambv led the Sevmour
team into third place ahead' of
Tasco with an excellent 576 se series.
ries. series. This is Virg's second high
est series of the season and
came when really needed. Marge
Hicks and Thelma Camby took
u d the rest of the slack as nei
ther Jamison or Bates could buy
a strike. For the losers Earl Best
and Bob Bowen rolled ood e
nough but a blind and a slump
hy the eirls Droved too much
Pens! Cola 2 Tasco Batteries 1
Tasco dropped down to fourth
place by losing the 1st two game
to the Pepsi Cola despite Ed
Lowande's first 600 series of the
season. Ed's 603 series was un
noticed in the paragraph reserv reserved
ed reserved for high series so I hope he
will read this far and lino: mat
he was not completely forgot
ten. To roll a series like that ana
not get credit for It is murder
(and Ed's a bh? man). He com combined
bined combined games of 212-202 and 189.
Bud's 220 rame ana 581 series
was the other bngni spot ior
Tmco. For the winning Peni
Cola team It was Bob Boy" with
57ft series and 211 game. He was
closely followed by Frank Mel Mel-nlc
nlc Mel-nlc with a 199 game and a 542
Braniff Abavs 3 Colonial
ries for the league. Betty Cole Coleman
man Coleman was high for Chevrolet Chevrolet-Buick
Buick Chevrolet-Buick with 448.
Boyd Brothers 32
Panama Cigarettes ....30
Mountain Dew 27
No Mi Diga Lounge . .26
pan American Airways 23
Salon Alex :17
To Win 'Rookie,
NEW YORK-(UP) Heavy Heavyweight
weight Heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson
established a precedent when be
was honored as "Fignter ot tne
Year" Thursday night at the an annual
nual annual dinner of the New York Box
ing Writers Assn.
Onlv three years ago. the Brook
lyn youth was named "Rookie of
the year" oy tne same group, h
nfarked the first time m the his-.
tory of the association that a
fighter won both awards.
Patterson also received Rinf
Magazine's Jewel-itudded belt dis
continued ing the dinner.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN iTTOEPJTJENT. DAILY. NIWfiJAFIw
i if rip ..
11 jf if?
a on i
pint Pong competition 'was
completed on all levels for -the
season as water polo, softbau, ana
basketball got 'rolling in the Ba Ba-boa
boa Ba-boa Junior' s Senior high lntramu-i
ral sports program. Leon Dobro Dobro-wolskr
wolskr Dobro-wolskr left small doubt about his
ping pong .ability as he swept
through the single elimination in
vitational tournament-to take' the
games showed up a league wide
lack of good pitching, but the
team captains did a lot of experi-i
mentisg and probably, have a J T I"
much better idea of who to playl1., I AJT tiZkfG
in-what position, now that theyj" IVUIII IIQVW
have seen their boys in! action.
Alex Ruiz isthe. captain of the! :.::
Yankees, and true to their name t PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
sakes In the major leagues, they,
ohomninnchiM i RnlonHr, h a n j c'aro ratprt T.hfi Mm mitet lilrelv in j
.1 ...ir, the. iH Tha VlnW UnA Uf iLUCKV ..Strike ............ 2
frnnv thm rhamn nnrf thf was inl tie trouble in WUininB their Dittc.1?"1"" nlbn
" r .. . ... ...- i mpr nn t.po
the second r o u n a competition.
Dobrowolski polished off J a im e
Seise in the first, round, Chanis
in the second, and won from Jor Jorge
ge Jorge Aleman la the finals.
i .. i
Aleman got to the finals on
somewhat of an upset. Carlos
Kiamco was undefeated in res-
' ular season play and was the pre-
tournament choice' for the title.
Aleman won x default in the open
Ing round, then upset Kiamco in
the second round matches. In the
finals; however, he proved' to be
no 'match for the free wheeling
JUobrowoiski, who took the title by
21-4, 21-9, and; 21-17 score?.
On the C League water polo
front official league action started
this week and Corbinas 'quickly
established themselves as the fav-
). orites. Captained by Pete Green.
and paced by David Btesh and
i Maurice Nahmsd, t h e Corbinas
.! won 8 to 0 from the ; Whales and
i 7 to 4' from the Sting Rays.-: Nab-
maa, was ine mg scorer ; in tne
games, throwing in 2 points itf the
shutout over the Whales and 4 in
; the win from .the Sting Rays.
The addition of Charlie Brad Brad-shaw
shaw Brad-shaw to the line up of the Whales
made a big difference. T he yl
snapped back from their opening
defeat to take the Sharks in the
thrilling contest, 5 to 4. Bradshaw
and Jim Moore both scored two
points for captain Don Mallahan's
Whales and Gene Fr r- a u e n h e i
scored all 4 of the points for the
tice game 16 to 12 from the Giants.je.ricR ,Lelo
lead bv Mike Bettsak. fiostlv er- lu,uur yuege f.u
rors in the infield hurt the Giants
and it is expected that with a
came or two under their belts
there will be a lot less of these!
, Leroy Vauglian is the captain
of the Dodgers and Juan Vecchi Vecchione
one Vecchione of the Red Sox. The Dogers
took the Red Sox 20 to 12 the otn otn-er
er otn-er day, but since then the Sox
have been. strengthened by the ad
dition of Ralph Parker to the line lineup
up lineup and will give a good account
of themselves in future games.
A League basketball also sot
the practice Karnes played and
from what was seen this should be
a veryyfine competitive league. Ke
uiieton s Dons won a saueaker
from-the Hawkees of Tonv Worn
ble, 31-29. A couple of young bovs
who stand well into the upper lev.
ei of the ozone, Jack Winklosky
ad Bob Toothman, paced the
uons with 10 points each, but an
other young giant, Gene Burch of
the Hawkeyes, was high scorer
for the game with 12 points.
Four boys have borne the brunt
of the work for the Sting Rays
thus far. Jerry Buckner, captain,
Al Muller, Paul Harold, and Art
Altizer have done the work in fine
( style. ..Muller and Harold each
racked up 2 points and Buckner
added the fifth as the Rays defeat defeated
ed defeated the Sharks 5 to 2 on opening
day. Fruenheim was again the big
gun for the Sharks as he' scored
all their points.
B. League Softball got the prac practice
tice practice games off the slate during
lastweek; and the teams are all
set -for opening rfiund competi competition
tion competition this week. The practice
In the second game the scoring
power of captain Pio Delegado
and Raul Barbara was much too
much for Jim Chalmer's Celtics
to contend with. Delegado counted
for 16 points for the Knickerbock Knickerbockers
ers Knickerbockers anrl Rarharo fa 99' n. 41a
Knlcks dribbled, passed, and shot
to a 49-35 win. Chalmers with 12
points and Al Nahmad with 17
were very effective for the Cel
tics, but Larry Siegel with 6 was
tne only other Celtic to score.
' With one or two adiusfmeniM in
the team rosters things should be
equaled considerable and
me teams can look forward to
some spirited play in the weeks
C LEAGUE WATER POLO
Team '. w
wnaies ........ .1
7:00 pm. Balboa Stadium
The American Legion makes
its debut tonight in the Pacific
Twilight League taking on the
Junior College at 7:00 p.m, at
tne Balboa staaium.
A late entrant in the league
tnis year tne Legionnaires un
der Manager Charlie Brown
round out the'league into a four
Brown will form his squad
from local ball players and lo local
cal local Armed Forces personnel,
practicing and trying out for
the snuad the Dast few days have
been Ray Nickisher, Will Nick-
hisher, Geo. Holt, Jerry Welch,
Bill de la Mater," Charlie Mc Mc-Glade,
Glade, Mc-Glade, Bob Ridge, Al McKeown,
Jack Love, Ronnie Mead and
The revised schedule:
Monday, Jan. 28 American
Lesion vs Junior College;
Wednesday Jan. 30 Lucky
Strike vs Balboa High.
Thursday Jan. 31 American
Legion ys Balboa High.
Sunday Feb. 3 American
Legion vs Lucky Strike.
Monday Feb. 4 Junior Col College
lege College vis LuCky Strike.
Wednesday Feb. 6 Balboa
Hi?h vs Junior College.
Thursday Feb. 7 Balboa Hieh
vs American Legion.
i Sunday Feb. 10 Lucky Strike
vs American Legion.
Monday Feb. 11 Junior Col College
lege College vs American Lesion.
End First Half
J SECOND HALF
Thursday Feb. 14 Lucky
Strike vs Balboa High.
Sunday Feb. 17 Lucky Strike
vs American Legion,
Monday February 18 -Junior
College vs Lucky strike.
Tuesday Feb. 19 Balboa High
vs Junior College.
Wednesday Feb. 20 Junior
College vs American Legion.
Thlirndatr WpVi 91 nalhna
o irmf.i VJ";-4 f:l iff
Bowling Champion Says
For General Toughest
SHARP SHOOTERS (Left to right) Sfc. Cecil Stevens, "E" Co., Ftrt Kbbbe; Sgt. Emll
Heugatter, "M" Co., 3rd Battalion, Fort Davis ', and Sgt. Manuel Albino, "A' Co., Fort Kobbe,
are the first, second and third place winner respectively in the recently completed pistol
matches at Fort Kobbe. The cometitlon brought together the top marksmen of the 20th
Infantry Regiment. The three winners will compete for the 20th Infantry in the. Panama
Area Pistol Matches this spring. (U.S. Army Photo)
He Crossed 'Keet, Tiger;
Result Helluva Respect
By DOC QUIC
Panama Marlin Club News
D,ry season fishing is here,
folks. LetSr get out- and catch a
load of them. Sunday Johnny Mc Mc-Monachy
Monachy Mc-Monachy of the "Vikine" came
, in with 33 corbina, 2 snook, 5 snap
per ana 3 grouper. He felt jso good
he went out again with a group
from Cristobal including Johnny
v Urey, and Sy Fields; they bought
in 16 corbina. The "Who Cares"
with Bobbie King, David Bishop
and Jess Gettle came in with 29
Last Saturday and Sunday a
number of small boats brought in
good catches of snapper and some
corbmc One boat was so loaded
down they hau to come in early.
on Sunday the "nautilus" csme
in with 21 snapper and the "Fly "Flying
ing "Flying Scot" with 15 snapper. The
'Chum' was loaded. The "Seri"
returned' on Sunday from yet an an--
- an-- other trip to Islands. They were
not is fortunate this time and only
came back with one blue and one
white flag flying. -'
Sam Largent of the "Glorian"i
had; some fun on his boat when
Jack Walbridge hooked into a big
grouper on a spinning outfit. It
took him 45 minutes to bring It
safely aboard on a 14 pound test
March 9 and 10. It's a good time
to fmd out what fun fish inff ran
be. We'd like to see all the small
ooais out as well as the large
The committee for this tourna tournament
ment tournament consists of Russ Meissner,
Theodore Schmidt, Johnny Mc Mc-Monachy
Monachy Mc-Monachy and Dick Chesson. Thv
will be getting together very soon
na win pumisn more information
at a later date.
Hieh vs Lucky Strike.
Friday Feb. 22 Balboa High
vs American Legion,
Sunday Feb. 24 American
Legion vs Lucky Strike.
Monday Feb. 25 Lucky Strike
vs junior college.
Tuesday Feb. 26 Junior Col
lege vs Balboa High.
Wednesday Feb. 27 Ameri
can Legion vg Balboa High.
Thursday Feb. 28 American
Legion vs Junior College.
Monday, March 4, Wednesday,
March 6, and Friday March 8
two out of three games for
championshln between first half
winners and seiond half win
ners, if necessary.
All fames scheduled for Bal
Nieht games start at 7:00 v.
m. Ringl tame on Sunday will
start, at 2:00 p.m.,
Ail games will be seven (7)
If any member brines in a fish
at any time of the vear that he innin
or she thinks could be a prize Last named team is
winner for the year, be sure to fill I team
In the competition form complete-!
if, iiiciuuing me girrn ana lengtn
of all small fish as well as th
large ones, and hand it into the
secretary within 15 davs of ir.
rival in the Canal Zone. I would
also appreciate It if any Marlin
ciud members will call me al
JBaiboa 1214 if they- come In with
fish during the week as well as
Saturday and Sunday.
The next Marlin Club meefinz
will be held in the Elk's Cluh
1552 onx the Atlantic side on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Feb. 15. The Marlin Club is
chartering a bus for transporta
tion. We hope there will be a good i Marquette 72 North. Dakota 57
turnout for this meeting, the only I Wichita 52 Oklahoma AIM 48
Geneva 84 Lawrence 45
Miami (Fla) 100 Ky. Wesley an 95
ria. stoumern 81 Koilins 79 (Ot)
Georgia Tcb. 86 Quantico Mar. 80
Toledo 91 Delaware 70
Missouri 69 Iowa State 66 (ot)
The Teeny Weeny Tournament, one of the year to be held on the)
is almost on us. Tho date set is 'Gold Coast.
East Tex. St. 69 Wayland 53
NEW VORK (UP)-There. were
these two men -who met on a sub subway
way subway train. Hadn't seen each other
Well, well, what's with you?
"Been doing a little experiment experimenting
ing experimenting in cross-breeding," said one.
"Matter of fact, I successfully
crossed a parakeet and a tiger."
The secpnd man's eyebrows
high-jumped a wrinkle on his fore forehead.
head. forehead. "Good heavens, man! What
kind of a creature was, the off offspring?"
spring?" offspring?" "Dunne's I can say." replied
the first man. "But I'll tell you
one thing when he talks, X lis
Tho Urot to Fish
mere- are many voices crying
in me wilderness of Manhattan
although few have the-terrible im
perative of the cross breeder'
tigkeet, But one of the most per
sistent is that which exhorts men
to go fishing.
It comes from the Fisherman
a magazine published, naturally
in a midtown building called the
saimon lower. In communiques
early and late it lays the lash to
tnose who shirk the rod and line
The most recent bulletin ar
rived by mail in the form of
oaby blue announcement card. On
the cover it depicted a stork car
rymg a baby which holds a fish
net. Inside the card: "The Fish
erman magazine proudly an
nounces the birth of fisherman
Douglas Trowbridge Cummings
ids., i oz,
ine parents are announced as
Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Cum
mings. But the key to the whole
Dusiness comes out in a modest
iootnote at tne bottom of the se
date card; "Mrs. Cummincs
Joan Salvato, national profession
al women's fly and bait casting
Tantalizing tidbits of Informa
tion cascade from the place. One
aiscioses tnat "One of the world's
best kept international secrets has
nothing to do with treaties'
Queen Elizabeth is ''a keen fish
erman." No photographers or re
porters are permitted when she
puts on waders and goes after sal
mon m me Koyai Dee In Scotland
Another broadside is labeled
"News Flash" to whom it may
concern ana it may well concern
Henry Krajewski, Joe Smith,, or
anybody else who considers him himself
self himself timber for president of the
The cold and finny fact Is sim simply
ply simply this, and here we quote:
"Never have, more than three
consecutive non-fishing chief ex
ecutives been elected". Consider
that, hopefuls for I960.
Did you know that George
Washington was a member of the
first sport fishing club formed in
North America? Well, get with it.
Fetch me some bait son,- my
hat is in the ring.
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK rtJPI Joe Wilman
I has been in many tough matches
during a 38-year career m which
he has won seven national match
game championships and rolled
his way into the bowling Hall of
Fame, but the toughest of them
all was a command performance
for a general.
Wilman ranks as one of the na nation's
tion's nation's top tournament stars. In be between
tween between matches, he currently is a
bowling professor who is "teach
ing teachers" so that bowling can
keep pace with a tremendous up upsurge
surge upsurge which has boosted its. par.
ucipants over the 20 million mark.
,Yet the pressure of the largest
tournaments never can match one
war-time game which Joe rolled
when he was "the best bed-pan
commanao in uncle Sums
Cloto To Homo
Wilman recalls with a chuckle
that,, after receiving his greetings
in 1943 "they found my body was
warm so they put me in the medi medical
cal medical corps at Camp Grant, 111." He
was given charge of the camp
hnwlinf? iMavb an1 aninvaH lifa
OT ni7TrTIC'OTTT- TIM T TYl .. J J
jftoauivu,, n. -lurnoniy go mjjes from home.
-Stetson University of Deland.l But the next year he was ship ship-Fla.,
Fla., ship-Fla., has dropped intercollegiate rwH fn Fnrt T.iuia Wuh a
football for 1957 but hopes to pio
neer a "Southern Ivy League" of
Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds, president
of the small central Florida uni
versity, made the announcement
to the school's committee on ad administration
ministration administration meeting here Thursday.
IT SWEEPS THE WORLDI I
'"DON'T KNOCK 1
! THE ROCK"
quite naturally ended up on the
camp bowling team. Ultimately
Joe's team and the McChord Air
Field team met for the Ninth
Service Command championship
and Joe s commanding general
was on hand for the rolloff oc occupying
cupying occupying a camp stool on the ad
Each team won one game and
then, in the final game, Wilman
rolled 11 straight strikes.
Away From Homo
' Joe hadn't been home in nine
months. All he needed was three
straight strikes to win the match
and the trip. ..
"Well, I got two of them," he
recalls ruefully. "The final hit4
was as good as any of them but
the 10 pin stayed up and I rolled"
As the 10-pin teetered, however,
the general leaned forward so far
that he fell off the camp stool oa
L : m
"I didn't get the furlough," Joe
says. "But the general sent me a
letter saying I was the only PFC
who ever knocked a general off
his chair and didn't get court
"The general has never seen a
300 game," whispered one of the
general's aides. "If you strike out,
n'11 0iva vnu n turn waaIt fiirlonffh
'H-B'"X"XB'"XXXi with full travel time."
Florida Attendance f
To Horse, Dog Races
MIAMI (UP) Attendance at
Florida's horse and dog tracks
and jai-alai frontons has dropped -slightly
this year but pari-mutuel
betting continues to increase.
me State Racing Commission
reported yesterday that attend- :
ance for the 1956-57 season was
down 3.04 per cent while wager- j
ing was up 3.96 per cent.
anarpest loss of attendance was
recorded at Tropical Park race
track, 10.1 per cent below last
year. However, bettors wagered v
1.03 per cent more money. ...
Dog tracks fared better as only"'
five of 14 tracks operating suf-"
fered gate losses. Two of the four
jai-alai frontons showed increas increas-es.
es. increas-es. In all, the 19 establishments
operating during the period drew s
1,708,059 patrons, a decline of
Pari-mutuel plar was up from
183,394,621 to $85,655,175. Of this, "1
the state took $6,500,362 or $311.
166 more than last year. T
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE I'ATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1977, Sunday,' January 27, 1957
The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two seriM "A" and "B"
" i .'
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
No. PrUti No. Priiet No. Priie No. Priiet No. Friitf No. Prizn No. Ptli No. Frixot No. Prim No. friiet
s s S S S S f t s
928 132 00 I02S lM.O M28 132.00 S02S 132.00 402S- 132.00 502S 132.00 M2X 132 00 T02S 132.00 S02S 132.00 002(1 132.00
012S 132.00 1128 132.00 2128 132.00 S128 VMM 4128 132.00 SI28 132.00 S12S 132.00 7128 132 00 S12 132.00 0128 132.00
0228 132.00 1228 132 00 2228 132.00 3228 132.00 4228 132.00 S228 132.00 S228 132.00 T228 132.00 S228 132 00 0228 132.00
0328 132.00 1328 132.00 2328 132.00 3328 132.00 4328 132.00 5328 132.00 0328 132.00 7328 132.80 8328 N 132.00 0328 ttfJO
0428 132.00 1428 132.00 2428 132 00 3428 132.00 4428 132.00 5428 132.00 0428 132.00 7428 132.00 8428 132.00 0428 "20
0s28 1,200.00 1528 2,200.00 2528 2,200.00 3528 44,000.00 4528 2,200.00 5528 2,200.00 (528 1,200.00 7528 1.200.00 8523 2.200.00 0528 2.200.0O
0628 132 00 1028 132.00 2028 132.00 3B28 132 00 4028 132.00 5028 132.00 28 132 00 7028 132.00 8028 132.00 0628 132.00
0728 13?.on 1728 ISi.OO ?7'8 lll'OO 3728 132.00 4728 132.00 5728 132.00 0728 132.00 7728 132 00 8728 132.00 0728 132.00
0828 132.00 1828 132.00 2828 1.W.00 3828 132.00 4828 132 00 5828 132.00 0828 132.00 7828 132.00 8828 131.00 M28
0828 132.00 1928 132.00 28ii8 132.00 3928 132.00 4S28- 132.00 5928 132.H S82S 132.00 7928 132.00 8928 132.00 9928 1M.W I
Approximations Derived From First Prize
11 t t t $ t
3519 440.00 3521 440.00 3523 440.00 3525 440.00 3527 449.00 3530 440.09 3532 440.0O 3534 440.00 3534 440.00 i
3529 440.00 I 3521 440.09 3524 440 00 3526 440.00 3529 449.00 3531 449.99 3533- 449.90 353S 449.99 3537 444 99 j
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
9 I S S S
9895 220.00 18W 229.00 2895 229.99 3895 229.9 4895 229.99 5895 229 99 7895 229.00 8895 229.99 9895 224 W
9880 119.00 0388 110 00 j iM 110.00 8892 110.00 '9894 110 09 9997 119.00 9899 119.90 9901 11000 9993 119.00
S887 119.99 C889 119.90 891 110.00 4893 110.09 C8M ,119.99 9S9S 119.99 000 119.99 4992 119.99 9904 110.00
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
t I t S I s t
9949 132.99 1949 132.99 2949 131.99 4S49 132.99 5449 132.99 0949 132.99 I 7(4 132.99 8949 131.99 9049 132 99
3044 89.00 3042 88.09 3044 88.00 34C 88.00 3948 88.00 3951 88.00 1 3953 88.09 3955 88.90 357 88.90
3941 88.04 394S 88.99 SS45 88 99 3947 88J9 3654 88.99 Ml 88 99 3454 88.94 345 89.40 S458 9990
Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing was sold at: 1st in Panama; 2nd in Colon and 3rd in Chirlatu
The Nme Hundred whole tickets ending in S and not included In the above list win .Forty-Four Dollars (S44.0I) each.
The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two aeries "A" and "B" r
ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
The Representative of the Treasury, JOSE GUHXERMO AIZPU
WITNESSES: Adela Goniiles, Ced. No. 47-199749
Pedro A. Saavedra C, Ced. Na. 47-2337
JOSE GUILLERMO B4TALLA
Notary Public. Panama
ABLO A. PIN EL 1L,
lOfNTC Th winning ticked with the tost cipher od with the two tart
nUlt. ciohen onr.lj only to tho First Prixc.
Tho First Priro and Uw 2nd and 3rd Prizes ar drown separrtely. The p.
DmxifaaUon ore calcuiated on the first. Sooond and Third Prizea. In com
a tirkrt should cairy the aurobcrs of oach prixc, th holder is entitled to
daiia parmcnt for oach.
DRAVHIG Of THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, January 27, 1957
Drawing Number S'l
nwt Prize. ...... 28 $11.00 $220.00
Second Prize ..... 95 3.00 60.00
Third Prize. . . . 49 2.00 40.00
The orlies will k paid ia occordaaeo wtth the Official Ust ( Paaassd ho
the atflcas M tko ontiaaal akaant-sail Lottery staated Ceatrai ATCaaa.
Ptan of Ordinary Drawing No. 1971 which will take f
Place February 3, 1557
DiWdod In two sanea ot H fr actions each denamioatad "A" and
1 Pint Prize. Sen. A and B. of ......$22.00990 eack aaries
I Second prtia. Sclas A and B, ef .... 4.400 99 each serial
1 Third Prise, Sarin A and t 1 jm 99 OK sertas
IS Approximations, Series A and, B. of .. 224 44 aeck sertas
4 Prizes, Series A and B. of ..... L144 09 each Tit
90 Prlzas. Berie A and B. af ..... ... 44.44 each asnes
904 Prisea. Serial A and B. of 22.49 each oanas
IS Ancradaiatiena. aeries A and B, of (544
0 Pnzas. Sarias A and B. of 11944
- mntB run
IS AearazlmatiaDs. Sarler A and B. af ..
Pruas, Sanaa A and B, af ..... ...
1974 Prus .........
44 44 90
4 on a
series S 19 90
aaries : $ IS 90
sanae 1.11 04
Total S14S.T32 M
Prkt ot vitolc ticket
Price of o forty-fourth part
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SPECIAL COLD WAVE
Mondav Thru Thursday
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Hew Justice Lodge
audience In which
oo.h ovpfv Isthmian u-
5t of the order of Elkdom, the of-
Beers Justice Lodge No. 822
o n, i r.i xki riiilv induct-
U by Fitz A Gibson, District De-
Butv assisted by a staff of Grand I
Lodse officers yesterday. I
Lodge omcers yeeiuaj.
Those taking the oath of off ice j
Frank A. Mclniyre, r.. n.,
P Cousins, K. l i- win ;i
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rustees; Walter C. Blacknun.
thaplain, and Kenneth A. Buten Buten-er,
er, Buten-er, master of social sessions.
.At the close of the ceremony.
George P. Simpson, outgoing
sited Ruler presented Mclntyre
trjth the emblematic collar is re re-l
l re-l presentation of the office.
Among the many speakers wish-
Bg the new officers success was
Rolando Gittens. local director of j
ne tJlvii L'nemes i.eagre. tie
tommended the Lodge for its pre- I
tent prominence in tip com muu -,
and voiced his delight in the I
rontinued injection of young blood
in its administrations.
Prichard Anbert sang two sonr,-.
L"cky Olc Sun" and "My Prav Prav-r."
r." Prav-r." Mclntyre in closing thanked th
nember and visitors for hnvin-'
nfot the installation a snrcos.
Ind reassnreH thprn nf hU inlon.
Son ') carrv forward the program i
K "Elkdom. A banoupf broiuht
he evening's activities to a close I
LITTLE LIZ 1
Thm womon with dishpoo hands
Z, ws been replaced by the one vith
PWi button finger.
KNOV THE ru EARN I j
FOR SALE: Apartment building
San Jose in 7th Ave. Espana No.
2192, Rio Abajo, 1500-meter
lot. Apply same building.
FOR SALE: Fully furnished
concrete house, Santa Clara
Beach. All tiled floors, bedroom,
living room, bath and kitchen.
Electric refrigerator, gas stove,
garage, porchi $2800. Phone
Gramlich, Gamboa 6-441.
FOR SALE: Air-conditioner, 2 2-compressor
compressor 2-compressor Frigidaire, 'A ton,
1 10-volt. Practically new, in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $250. Phone
3-0915 or see at Office No. 22,
General Seguro Bldg., Cuba Ave.,
brtween 33rd and 34th Streets.
FOR SALE: Haddorff Spinet
piano, good condition, $400.
FOR SALE: Boxer, female, re registered,
gistered, registered, 1 5 months old, good
with children. Call 87-3105.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bar, sofa
bed. fish tank. Phone Balboa
BARGAIN PRICES: Living
room, bedroom and kitchen fur furniture.
niture. furniture. No reasonable offer re refused.
fused. refused. Urgent. D St. 8, Apt. 2,
CHICAGO, Jan. 28 (UP) A
skid r. w dishwasher confessed
today that .he.,and a companion
killed two teen-age sisters Jan. 13
after a scuffle in an auto on
Chicago's southwest side. The
sisters were thrown nude into s 1
snowbank m gelow freezing
toward t.ee (Bennie) Bedwell,
21, a native of Paris, Tenn.,;fuli, siged confession from Bed-
signed a 14-page confession de-
scribing events leading up to the
deaths of Barbara Grimes, 15,
and her sister, Pamela, U, whose
bodies were found
.ditch near Willow
frozen in a
Bedwell s confession, one of
many he gave to authorities,
climaxed one of the largest man-
huntg ev;r siaged jn chicago
area l.unched I after the bodies
- a '"u.uu
ai-ju a imcsi pieserve
Identified As Frank
well was an
fied only as
the deaths by Bed Bed-acquaintance
acquaintance Bed-acquaintance identi-
Frank," for whom
a nationwide alert was issued.
At Anderson. Ind., a man
named Frank O. Coons, 40
seized on a burglary charge was
As US Ambassador
WASHINGTON. Jan. 28
The White House today announc-
ea me resignation of James B.
Conant as U.S. Ambassador to
Germany, effective about Feb. 15.
President Eisenhower expressed
"deepest personal regret'' in ac-
cepting the resignation of the en
voy, a former president or Harv-alale
ard University. no vnai organs oi me sisxers in
Conant informed the President an aalempt to determine how they
on Dec. 1 that he wanted to leave died,
his post io return to private life
for personal reasons. i Bedwell said he first met the
Conant served as High Commis-1 Grimes sisters Jan 7 at Harold's
sionT and later as Ambassador tolCl'ib. a West. Madison street
for about five1
Mr- Eisenhower in his letter ofig'ns, Lohman said, and linauy
accepiance sain tonant served! meeun" mem aunaay nignt,
with "great distinction and hon-Uan. 13.
The President said Conant,
uiruugn nis ureiess and sKiutuijine gins got into trans s car me
efforts'' played an important role night of Jan. 13 and stopped at
in the return of Germany to "its
nghiful place in the family of
; "We will miss your outstanding
.work in Germtny, and I, person-
, ally, shall miss your wise counsel
on which I drew so frequently in 1
j connection w ith the many impor-:
jtant prot-iems that have confront
ed us durtn2 the years you served)
inBonn," Mr. Eisenhower wrotej
'hitt House n"clue
'".When tuccessor would '"'Frank and Barbara began fighrj should "like to express my ap-nmea-
iig on the rear seat. Then, Bed- preciation and the appreciation of
AT BARGAIN lRICE
A beautiful Fine at Cerme
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DRAWER "A," DIABLO
80X 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
The Curundu Post Restaurant of-
fers invitation to bid on contract
to operate AMUSEMENT MA MACHINES
CHINES MACHINES in Curundu. Prospective
bidders are invited to visit the
operations. Bids should be sub sub-m
m sub-m it ted in duplicate, in sealed en envelopes
velopes envelopes properly identified on
. the outside, and enclosed in an another
other another envelope addressed to the
Installation Officer for the atten-
' tion of the Post Restaurant Offi Offi-cer.
cer. Offi-cer. Bids will be opened at 1400 j
hours on 15 February "1957 in :
the Post, Restaurant Building. For
further information call Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 62$5 or 4268.
The Curundu Post Restaurant of'
fers invitations to bid on con-'
tract to operate a Dry-Cleaning
Service in Curundu. Prospective
bidders are invited to visit the)
operations. Bids should be sub submitted
mitted submitted in duplicate, in sealed en envelopes
velopes envelopes properly identified on
the outside, and enclosed in an another
other another envelope addressed to the
Installation Officer for the at attention
tention attention of the Pott Restaurant
Officer. Bids will be opened at
1400 hours on 15 February
1957 in the Post Restaurant
Buildinq. For further inform-
tion call Curundu 6205 or 4268.
Practical nurse offers service!
specializing in care of children
and aged. Also English or Span Spanish
ish Spanish doctor's receptionist. Writ
Box 1522, Paraiso, C.Z.
held in connection with the case
although he did not match the
description given bjtj Bedwell
3utuuu given vyi pniwni.
Cook County -(Oiieagd) jSheriffi
Joseph D. Lohmar a who headed
the investigation, announced at
4:20 a.m. today that he had solved
"I've crackea the case," Loh
man told newsmen. "I have a
Case Not Closed
Lohman satf he was "not clos-
ing out the possibility that other, nesses were available for testi testi-pcrsons
pcrsons testi-pcrsons were involved. There are mony in the case, which was
three or four other possibilities. 'i being prepared by the state's
He did not elaborate, but appar-' attorney's office,
ently meant other persons than I Tht only charge on which Bed Bed-the
the Bed-the companion named by Bedwell well was being held presently wa:
might be involved. tht of contributing to the delin-
Lohman said Bedwell admitted quency of a minor.
he and Frank each "knocked out"
one of the sisters, who disap disappeared
peared disappeared De 28 after attending a
movie, during a scuffle in Frank's
car. described as a light blue 1953
"Frink undressed them. He
took 'hern out of the car, tossed
them over a railing into a snow-
,bank," Bedwell confessed.
Bedwell believed. Lohman
added, that the girls were alive
but uncon-cious when they were
tossed into the snowbank, which
later thawed to reveal the nude!
bodies' In a ditch.
Died From Exposure
Temperatures were below
freezing Jan. 13 as a cold wave
covered the Chicago area. Inves Investigators
tigators Investigators felt the girls might pos-
have died from exposure
uconscious from the
Cause of death was not re
vealed in an autopsy performed
last Wednesday. Dr. Walter J. K
CamP toxicologist of the Illinois
rcnce, was studying ussues
tavern. He told of visiting bars
the next several days with the
in nis coniession, Lonman saia,
Bedwell disclosed he, Frank an-tY
several taverns en route to Santa;
Fe Park. a. wooded area not far
from where the girls' bodies wert
"All of us go full of liquor,"
Bedwell said, before they reached
ihma0 faii that' when th
.,n th. nrk anrt'
stopped. BdwelJ related' that!
well said, "Barbara began tignt the people of Pakistia lor the sup supine
ine supine me." 'port of the United States for the
"We struck the girls with our, Kashmir resolution in the United
fists. kiM-cking them out. Frank i Nations under difficult circtim-
then said, 'shore her i Patricia 'stances." Mirxa's message said.
h. lr Qmlv.ll aait aH.l
iat the vouneer sister naa
ber on he front seat with him.
irnir ir v.: rr
imum iiitu vi.i.Kivrs mi
in the car," the dishwasher said.
FOR SALE: Black 1939 Ford
Coupe, excellent mechanical
condition, good paint and body.
Corral ( inspected. Balboa 3337.
FOR SALE: 1952 Studebaker
V-8, H.T. Conv. Balboa 3535.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 4-door
sedan V-8, good condition. Pass Passed
ed Passed 1957 C.Z. inspection. New
overhead upholstery. Original
paint $390. 0420-By Ancon,
FOR SALE: 1956 eight-cylinder
Fordomatic two-seat station
wagon, $2300. House 2491 -B,
Pyle St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Servel refrigerator,
9 C.F., 60 cycles, like new. Call
3-6258 Panama, 9 till 5 p.m.,
FOR SALE: 5-pc. Rattan living
room set, also 1 bed frame, mat mattress
tress mattress and spring, Balboa 4485,
after 5 p.m.
WANTED : Experienced nurse nursemaid
maid nursemaid to attend two children; A A-merican
merican A-merican family. Must sleep In.
Apply: Martin, S.A., Ave. Justo
Arosemena 37-11, Bella Vista.
clothing frpnv, the girls because
he "wanted to" remove rthe iinger-
"i.is. .j ... 't.'.w-.-..f
After losslng" the -girft Jnto tbe
said, f rank stated he would dis
pose ot the clothes.'S .v
Lohman said renewed efforts
were launched to find the girls'
clothing in order to strengthen
the case further. Discovery of the
clothing, the sheriff added, would
be "something to show" Bedwell
and' his companion "actually"
were with the girls.
Lohman said about 14 wit-
Until Bedwell's confession
peace had tried to trace the
whereabouts of the Grimes girls
irom the time they disappeared
uniu incy aiea. Auuionties were
puzzed by the time gap and how
the youngsters managed to live
The clerk of the Claremont
Hotel thought the sisters had
registered there. A check of hand handwriting
writing handwriting on the register with that
oi me crimes girls revealed no
Lohman de s c r i b e d Bedwell's
companion, Frank, as five-foot-11,
150 pounds, brown wavy hair, and
wearing a tan sports shirt and
trousers, and t brown overcoat.
Here's Real News'
Pakistan Does It!
KARACHI, Pakistan, Jan. 28
(UP)President Iskander Miria
cabled President Eisenhower his
thanks today for U. S. support of
vain efforts to halt. India's annex annexation
ation annexation of southern Kashmir.
The United States voted for the
United Nations resolution asking
India and Pakistan In maintain
the existing situation in the divid-
erj border state pending renewed
efforts to work out a final solu-
India, ignoring the U. N. c-
tion, went ahead with plans lor
the formal annexation of the sone.
The Indian action caused an out-
Lurst of fury in Pakistan. Mobs
iwarmed through the streets of
this country's Drincioal cities yes-
terdav. screaming their defiance I
Except for an occasional soap soapbox
box soapbox speaker denouncing -India'
arbitrary action, Karachi M
qmet today. There was o report
of renewed mob Ttolence any
where in the country-
-In h. J
the Security Council in supporting
ihe rifht principles on behalf rsl
a mU nation will have benefi beneficial
cial beneficial effects for the enUre world."
FOR RENT FOR RENT,
Apartments Houses ;
ATTENTION. G. I.I Just built FOR RENT: House for reel-
modern furnished apartment, 1, dene or office, conveniently lo-
2 bedroom, hot, cold water. eated at 39th Street No. '3-59
Phone Panama 3-4941. near Justo Arosemena Avenue,
: 7 f' Information apply at number
FOR RENT. Largo and yenti- 30.52 Jult0 Arosemena Avenue,
W '?'' Mrtajnti wi 4th of July from 4 t0 7 m
Ave. Tl-352 (facing entrance r i,
to Quarry Heights). Inquire same FOR RENT.--2-bedroom chalet,
building 9 to 12 noon & 2 to 6 big tack yard, all fenced, 7th
, p.m. or phone 2-2037 anytime. Street, Gojf Heights. Information
-'"';; ' Phono 2-2407, 3-3641.
FOR RENT:- Nicely furnished i , s
1 -bedroom apartment, facing the FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-park
park fur-park on Ave. Peru, Phone 3- nished 5-bedroom house. 48th
3099, 3-0746.' ... Street No. 19. Phone 3-3461.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished FOR RENT: Two modern resi-
- and unfurnished apartments. dances, one large. Via Espana,'
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS, Carrtpo Alegre. The ether 19th
1 0th Street No. 8061. Phone Street, Paitilla. Furnished or un-
1386, Colon. furnished. Phone 3-6 168,' Al- V
cides Garcia Corre. "s
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart- i . .
ment, 2 bathrooms, large dining FOR RFKIT
nd living room, separate maid's TVlx lClt I
room with bath, garage, unfur- i
nished. in high cool locality, all UOOmS
screened, in El Cangrejo. Phone
office hours 2-0321, after office R RENJ: frmshed rooms,,
hours 2-3525. $5 and $6 weekly Ernesto Lefe-
... vre Ave. No. 32, Parque Lefevre.
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom pent- FOR RENT: Furnished room,
house "SOUSA BUILDING." Liv- independent, to married couple
ing-dining room, 2 porches, 2 without children. "I" Street No.
bathrooms, maid's room, garage. 1241, first floor.
Bella .Vista (44th Street and Co- cab demt r TZ
jombia) 44-17. Information: t ?ENTjT5"T "Tu
same building, apartment P. Apt 3
j ,j 1 i , 1 1
FOR RENT: Beautiful modern RiiLHm' nMiAmtl
furnished apartment. Living LIJDIIll J UGUlQCialS
room, dining room, 2 bedrooms, i
iztf&.Tfur' Want No-Confidence
The man held at Anderson
Ind.?, however, was described as
shorter; and heavier and com
pletely dressed in, black -with 4:
checkered hunting cap.. Coons was
identified as a Chicago resident
Funeral services for the Grimej
sisters wefe to be held today
at St. Maurice Roman Catholic
Church. Classmates and friends of
the two sisters will serve as
An inquest into the deaths was
to open tomorrow.
HIGH FINANCE Father Si Simon,
mon, Simon, noted Trench "dlvingy
priest," makes his 46th high
dive to raise funds to build -homes
for his needy parishion parishioners.
ers. parishioners. From the top of the 110 110-foot
foot 110-foot tower, the 43 -year-old
priest heads for the icy waters
of the Marne River at Nogent,
I ' T til
Vole for 'Bonslers'
DUBLIN, Jan. 28 (UP)-Sean
MacBride's Republican parTy, ac accusing
cusing accusing Premier John Costello'!
government of bungling political
and economic affairs, called to today
day today for a vote of no-confidence
that could force an early election.
. MacBride also annoenced his par
ty was withdrawing its three Dail
(Parliamtnt) seats from the coali
tion government's side., of4 the
The vote will come up when the
Dail meets again February 13. It
'could possibly result in a tie, lea v-
Vi At j : ,i 'x
ing me .aecraing vote io De cast
by the speaker, a labor party man
who would vote for the govern government.
ment. government. Observers, however, said Cos-
tello may decide it would be too
uncomfortable to hang on to pow power
er power with such a narrow margin and
call for new elections.
MacBride's motion charged the
government had failed "to formul
ate and implement anv compre
hensive long term economic dev
elopment program which would
increase production and achieve
ELECTED PREXY Mundy I.
Peale, has been elected 1957
president of the institute of
' the Aeronautical Sciences, to
take office Jan. 28 at the
group' 25th annual meeting in
New York City. He is president
of the Republic Aviation Corp.
SWEDE AND LOVELY In-'
grid Carisson, 20. of Stockholm,
U that city's 1JSS "Lucia Bride."
She will reign as the "Queen
of Lights" in the traditional
Swedisn CLrisUnas celebratioa.
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PHILLIPS;, Oceansid Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Ht.
phoiia Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
fOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Ca-t
t Ca-t sino. Phone Balboa 1 866.
; WW a cat or a dog? Have '3
cats, house pets and dog. Pleas
give them a home.- Phone 3 3-0791.
0791. 3-0791. :
Gramlich' Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
, moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
MMCDA CUV Sfarrlal Ah
Pr iwwhi i''),rK'n','l'ii'ifj''g''''''i"i'''' 'H"i"yif
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WMTiE,rvn n .
scurry away from the camera's eye on a street in Gaza, Egypt,
now held by its Israeli conquerors. Although these women are are-dressed
dressed are-dressed in Western-style clothes, they still follow the ancient
5 She is a young
8 She has had
s on radio
12 Sea eagle
13 New Guinea
3 Social insects :
5 Air raid alarm
24 Operatic solo
16 Greek letter
18 Bed canopies
22 Unit of
23 Desert carrier
30 Greek god oi
35 Ice cream
36 Foot coverings
40 Courtesy title
50 Leave out
52 High card
53 African river
54 German river
55 Footlike part
56 Deer track
56 Deer trade I, I i
. ; "il
- La i mt r ni inn ii i
Screen stau ho ge down te the.se in ships trsaally
end op high a iop the mainsail of stirrJom. From Charles
Laetnton's sterling portrayal ef the inUmons Captain Bligh.
In Mutiny en the Bounty" to swashbuckling Errol flynn's
role ef Captain Blood, the inlqaitous sea masters have glren
rise to the highest professional stature that tan be attain attained
ed attained in the meting profession. And now Gregory Peck adds
his name to the long list of actors who left the steadiness
of U.ts firma for the pitch and roll of a stout schooner to
immortalise their names tn the memory of film fans. Peck,
who has been a top star for more than It years, takes on
the role ef the terrible tyrant of the ill-fated vessel "Pe "Pe-euod
euod "Pe-euod Captain Abab, In Warner Bros. "MOBY DICK." a
Moolin Prodnctrr-h te Technieolori fOT which JOHN HCS HCS-TON
TON HCS-TON won the prtre as the best director ef the year, OPENS
ON WEDNESDAY 31 AT THE CENTRAL.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE; Two Chris. Craft
145-horsepower marine angina,
dual ctfntrdls, panels, automatie
reverse gearsin excellent opera
ating condition. See Albert Bar Barton,
ton, Barton, Balboa Yacht Club,
. WANTED: Experienced book.
-: keeper, female, with good refer.
i ences. Applyi Irving! Zapp Com Company,
pany, Company, S.A., 10-12. noon. 31,
Francisco de la Ossa Avenue.
momon flutfh. thpir Teils and
Answer to PrevtouVPuMJ
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29 Plant part
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40 Painful spots
48 Farm buUdin
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TERRY AND THE PTRATR8
, MONDAY. JANCAHT 2Si 1957 ' i .', '-'i-''i.
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, -J W HUBAWP.J'KOIATH& OUT! WE WP THAT ALL THt TKOUBUE A (10 FIMB 1 VOO'LL AfiKKTOiOUTKEI I-f
",v" !1r wi. woareMX BLON&e r nauKfcp HfcD 6ecwfiW0NeErEi for mothiWi while leavb towm ato.i amp ewe hwm.j pont
t AfiAtMi LIEUTtMAWTt -60T HIM OUT OP JAIL I ALEON AFTEK-WPlCCPKIC WALOLlltl& OUK POLICe FORCE ReTli?HA TO HW&
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MA lot of bunk if you ask mo f Igt dont talk!"
Corn on House Menu:
Two Senators injry
lo Overhaul Control
WASHINGTON, 3t.' 26 XV?)
Ritmibhcans open " j
m uAia Rvmiblieans' open
lira nuu- -r ".hl
drive today for m3f V
of corn produeUon controls that
would include modified d high
price support to raise f arrt. in-
Reps." Hy:Cri Andersen'' (Miun.) this resort city.
and Bea t.i Jensen (lowaj praww
intr,vi,ir s bill to thit effect
today. It faces almost certaW op
position from me ....
The government already has set
1957 'midwest corn aupporjs at
close to the legal 75 per cent mini minimum.
mum. minimum. But the Andersen-Jensen
bill would set corn supports at 90,
per cent of parity lor we wi
Fire. Explosion Toll:
One Dead, 16 Injured
In II. Y. Resort Cily
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.,
j j- zk TJP; A fire ad explo
sion killed one person, injured 16
others and gutved- $2.5 million
worth of buildings. yesterday in
Some 39 families were left
homeless by the five-hour fire
which, firemen believed -was
leeched off when an oil burner
exploded In bowling, alley.
Cut escaDini! from an unknown
source filled the area around the
till mouldenna debris ana maae
aha bushels nroduced on eaeb; the work of crews dearuif the
, The measnre would allow the
Secretary of ArleuHure e et
the foppert price for eern In ex excess
cess excess of thit amount at whatev whatever
er whatever level he desired. ;
Policeman Fred Pettit,, 41, was
killed when a second explosion col
lapsed a bowling alley wall. Fire
Oinf RAbert, Carroll was hosnita-
The "Andersen-ensen leeislationi UaH atinr hn was Dinned in the
called for such other, mato revi-wrc)tgge Fifteen others including
sicns u production controls as itntmrn, policemen ana Dyitaaaera
increase to il million acres in the ajM weri injured,
minimum planting allotment and, -,.v V
a requirement that farmena put
tome of their land Into the soiH . ,- ;
bank to be eligible for price sup-'i-Vp-Yb1-"A'
port. I IT'S HO RAWU IT'S I
Andersen, senior Republican af A BALLI
the House Agriculture Appropria- J uftiIfT lfHlIf
tiona Subcommittee, also promised I, PUH I miUi i
; to make a "real effort" in Congress TnP nnMn I
this year to boost par-acre PyVk' I tit If MlI V,
mentj farmers receive for putting i ' . .
eroplfnd into the soil "hank. (
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of thtf elphabet correiponding to the numerals en the line ef the astro
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; Dr. Marcial Diaz's Clinic
Rochet Street and Tivoli Ave.
Phone 2-2541 from 2 to 6 p.rrt.
' ; In the morning by Appointment :y
. . Also at ;: .-
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, JM St'reet, Panama V
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Sandys In U.S.,
w Washington, Jan. 28 (UP)-
Rrituh rfpfense minister Duncan
' c,i., tnrfav heean talks with A'
' mepan officials that could lead
to greater coidiiihiucum
' troop and money to replace Brt-
ish manpower withdrawals from
. toe. free world's defense system.
"-Sandys arrived from New York
' yesterday afternoon. Ht Mid he
was not "on a bagging mission"
and lookad fo'werd to "friend "friend-ly.and
ly.and "friend-ly.and happy cooperation" in
' Jyad happv cooperation' in
reaching a British-American a-
greement on future defame stra
was scheduled to meet with
'tfefense Secretary Charles W. Wil Wil-800
800 Wil-800 this afternoon. He conferred
with Secretary of State John Fos Foster";
ter"; Foster"; Dulles and British Ambassa
dor Sir Haroia epecia ai uuuh
home last night.
Sandys was expected to seek
ftpm Wilson greater British ac access
cess access to U.S. guided missiles and
ticllCal atomic weapons to make
Ujfor cutbacks in British military
Britain is reducing its troop
f.cngth throughout the world as
aJesult of the economic setbacks
it-has suffered as a result of the
SZffgt Caal crisis.
v fwftandys aid his talks with, Wil
ton would cover allied miiuary
Commitments in the Far East
ibd Middle East as well as those
4m- Western Europe.
Britain Is known to be anxious
tjTjvithdraw part of the two Brit Brit-iahVdivisions
iahVdivisions Brit-iahVdivisions now stationed in West
Gejrnany to help relieve the strain
on4ts treasury. There also has
bCrM talk of British cutbacks in
Malaya, including Singapore.
Mjandys will fly to Ottawa Wednes
, morning for defense talks
'fth Canadian officials and will
return to Washington Thursday!
njnt. A communique on the Brit- j
ishWVmerican talks will be issued
'Let the people know the truth and the country i$ safe Abraham $ Lincoln
PANAMA, JR. P., MONDAY, JANUARY 88, 1957
Lei lams Passengers, Since Leaving
Balboa, Have 'Never Had So Much Furi
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ACAPULCO, Mexico, an. 28
(UP) Passengers and crew mem
bers aboard the cruise ship Lei Lei-lani
lani Lei-lani said today the vessel appar apparently
ently apparently has overcome the troubles
which beset it during the first leg
of its maiden voyage.
More than 600 fun-seeking pas passengers
sengers passengers piled off the Leilaii in
happy spirits in this resort port
Although about 70 passenger!
quit the newly-christened ship in
Panama complaining of poo r
food and poor service, many who
stayed with the ship said today
they "never had so much fun.":
The Leilani anchored in Acapul Acapul-co
co Acapul-co yesterday on its shakedown
cruise from New York to San
Francisco, where the Hawaiian
Steamship Co. will place it in reg-
of- iVof Lv ls. ,, : !?)fci-.4wA. .rtvf
ular service to Hawaii.
Company president Elmer ,J
Martin,., who 'flew, here from Lo
Angeles last week, boarded the
vessel shortly after dawn yester
day and immediately launched a
personal investigation of condi
tions aboard the ship.
The Leilani was quarantined In
Balboa for more than 10 hours
last week after 17 passengers
were hospitalized for "food poi poisoning."
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scarlet of
Mew York, Doth of whom spent a
day in hospital, said they were
Having a "marvelous time."
We are happy and contented
and have been having a wonderful
time," they said.
After interviewing the passeng passengers,
ers, passengers, Martin said he was convinc convinced
ed convinced the earlier trouble was only
normal on a maiden voyage be because
cause because it was the first trip for
the fjjrew ,a,nd "there are always
some bugs to be ironed out."
Edward Turner,-vice president
of, the Seafarers international U-
nion who boarded the Leilani in
Panama, said ,90 per cent of the'
crew was unhappy at first, but that
number has been cut to 10 per
cent. !-.-.-, t
"The crew was green and not
organized," he said. "I also
think too many passengers were
brought along, for a shakedown
'Reporters talked freely with
tjie passengers and found only
few who were still unhappy.
Byron Scott of Columbus, O.,
said the cruise was "over-adver
tised.1; "The food was good, but
that's about all," he said. "How
ever, the cruise has Improved
since leaving Panama."
ITALIAN CRUISER MONTECUCCOH with 94 Midshipmen aboard- arrived this morning-' at
the naval piers U.S. Naval Station, Rodman, Canal Zone-for a three day visit in the area
,os Angeles Thursday.
Certificate Of Sanitation
Awarded To Panama Line
There wouldn't be so mony oc oc-vciderts
vciderts oc-vciderts if fewer people drove os
if they owned the roads and more
.ifti if fhoy owned tj-itir ccrs. tm
ABOARD the cruiser Dolphin when It was an Army supply
boat In 1943, blonde photographer Dickey Meyer Chappeel made
a week's trip to the Darien with other newsmen inpectlng mili military
tary military airfields and aircraft warning stations, Her picture spread
on the trip appeared in the magazine Your Life. With Mrs.
Chappelle are, left, Sgt. Ervin who was unexpectedly put
aboard one of Adm. Byrd's ships a few months later to
photograph the Antarctic, and 1st Lt. Leon Hallett, an Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian who grew up in Balboa.
Photog Dickey Meyer Not Abused
Off For Vienna in US Official Car
.Weather Or Not)
laThii wcjrhci report tor the 24
hours, ending 8 a.m. tedy, is pre prepared
pared prepared by tha Meteorological and
jprdrftgraphic Branch of the Pan Pan-)ma
)ma Pan-)ma Canal Company :
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 29
9:27 p.m. i
BUDAPEST, Jan. 28 (UP) An
American woman photographer
who sneaked into Hungary Dec. 5
left Budapest yesterday for Aus Austria
tria Austria in an American Legation sta station
tion station wagon today less than a day
after she was freed from prison.
Mrs. Georgette (Dickey) Meyer-
Chapelle, 37, of Milwaukee, Wis.,
.. e. Lnl1, AVnlll-
was permitted to talk for the
first time to officials of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Legation in Budapest.
Mrs. Chapelle was met at the
Austrian border check point by of
iiciais ot me U.S. fcmDassy in
Shortly after she drove off to
Vienna in an American Embassy
departed under a 24-hour expul-i car sent to Nickelsdorf from Vien-
sion order handed down at me
same time a court convicted her
Saturday of illegally entering the
country. She had already Deen
jailed 50 days ad the court spe specified
cified specified this as her sentence.
"I can tell you I'm glad that's
over," Mrs. Chapelle said.
"You can ask me 'have you a a-ny
ny a-ny complaints?' she said. "On
the record, I can answer that by
saying 'I have not been abus abused.
ed. abused. I
.She was wearing the same
green coat, trousers and sweater
in which she crossed the frontier.
"I can not tell you now about
. .vnBFicnra in ittil hilt. thl
IH V CAJJC nine ii ,r., '" v 1
will Eive you an idea: 1 have not no!,,r trlal-
seen a mirror for five weeks,'
A certificate of sanitation earn
ed by the three vessels of the Pa
nanta Line for the "high standards
of sanitation maintained aboard
the ships during the past year, was
presented recently by Public
Health Service to Panama Line
officials in New York.
The presentation was made dur
ing a special ceremony which was
attended by Eugene S. F. Martin.
acting general manager of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Line; Peter De Stefano,
sistant comptroller; L. A. Fergu Ferguson,
son, Ferguson, chief of the procurement de department;
partment; department; Svlven Martin, chief ot
the sanitation engineers and oth oth-er
er oth-er Public Health Service officials.
In an accompanying letter to E.
H. Harms, manager of the New
York office, announcing the a-.
ward, M. D. HollisY assistant Sur Surgeon
geon Surgeon General and chief of the Di Division
vision Division of Sanitary Engineering
Services in Washington wrote:
"The achievement of the Pana
is a significant contribution to the
efforts of the Public Health Serv Service
ice Service to reduce the incidence of prev preventable
entable preventable disease. I note that the
overall inspection' rating for the
calendar year 1958 on these ves
sels of 97 is a most worthy achieve
"The Surgeon General and all
my associates join me in acknow acknowledging
ledging acknowledging the excellent cooperation
The Italian cruiser Montecucco Montecucco-li,
li, Montecucco-li, commanded by Capt.. Gino Bir Bir-indelli
indelli Bir-indelli and with 94 Midshipmen- a-
hnarri arrived nt the naval DierS.
U.S. Naval Station, Rodman, this
morning for a three day visit in
the Canai Zone. ;
The Montecuccoli, which is on a
Midshipmen Training Cruise, has
aboard 45 naval officers; three
army officers; two air force of
ficers; one public security-officer;
94 midshipmen (including one
Ventzuelan and eight Iranians);
102 petty officers; 467. sailors; 24
stewards; one reporter and one
television man. V i
Numerous social fusctions and
other activities are planned in
honor of the Italian cruiser, Us
officers and" midshipmen during
their Balboa visit." Included are
parties to be given by the Italian
ambassador and the commandan
of the 15th Naval Disfrict, Rear
Adm. Clarence L. C.Atkeson, U
Four Ex-Nazi Bullies
To Go on Trial Soon
For Wartime Crimes
- MUNICH, Geymany Jan. 28
(UP Four f former Nazi "bully
boys", including the commander
of : German troops involved in the
Malmedy massacre 'will be
brought to trial in Bavaria courts
this spring for crimes committed
before and during the war, it was
anounced today. "rr.
The'- Bavarian state attorney s
office said:, trial proceedings will
begin stiortly against:
Former SS Gen. Sepp Dietrich
whose troops slaughtered 142 un unarmed
armed unarmed America soldiers in the
Malmedy ; massacre of December,
1944.,;,. -' ::, -oyv -
Former Field Marshal Ferdin Ferdinand
and Ferdinand Schoerner, who1 tried to keep
his troops fighting in the Czech
Spree Iri W. Berlin
BERLIN Jan. 28 (UP)X Com Communist
munist Communist prosecutor today demand demand-ed
ed demand-ed two-year prison terms for 'the
driver and conductor of an elevat elevated
ed elevated train' who went; on- a window window-smashing
smashing window-smashing spree during-their trains
runs. , -r -The
in. their 20s, admitted that they
smashed 250 windows in downtown
Berlin- and, said they considered
th,eir 7 actions 'youthfulr, pranks"
and strictly jjon-fwliticaLfe
The prosecutor- pharged that the
pair, kept a large stock of "am "ammunition"
munition" "ammunition" including stones, mar.
bles, wartime machine ; gun bul-i
lets, legs of, chairs: nit blazed 1
away mth them during their train
The conductor P favored stones
and marbles and ;usetf a Slingshot Slingshot-to
to Slingshot-to fire them. ThA.Hri
Ws controls with ener hand while
redoubt when the Third Reich coHflu8ing' pieces of iron, and woatf ."
lapsed.'.-'- V .;' iyfittt;ihe other: i-ft ,.-,.f T
'Martin Sommer. 'commandant' Sentence will fhnihnnAaA ...-
of the- Buchenwald concentration tomorrow. 1 f ? -.
March Confab Here
.. ,.1-; :.. ,( .',.
As S!ale Department
iv. '. '; ':!..;.. !'41'":tjv :iV.';'"::
State Department and other TJ
S. officials are scheduled t meet
which the officers and emnlovps's. officials are scheduled to meet
of the Panama Lin have evtenri-lhere next March for a routine
ed to the personnel of our vessel conference with U. S. Ambassa
Como, Shore Picked
Hearts King, Queen
NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (UlM
lingers Perry como and Jma
Shore today were named Ameri-
ma Line in earning a Public Health!?" Kln jd Queen of Hearts Hearts-Service
Service Hearts-Service certificate of sanitation on P" th.e .nton d,sc
each of its three vessels in opera-j l conducted by the Amen-
... ran HAS IT aa CBrill ar IAH
tlon attests clearly to your con-
cern for the health and safety of
your passengers and employes.
This high standard of sanitation
, The 37-year-old free lance pho photographer
tographer photographer who is a member of the
International Rescue Committee
a private America organization
was treed from Communist jail
Saturday and ordered to leave
Hungary within 24 hours.
The polite gir! photogr a p h e r
was found guilty by a Budapest
Municipal court for crossing the
Hungarian frontier illegally. The
court sentenced her to 50 days in
Jail. Since she had been held for
more than 50 days, the sentence
meant that she was free imme
diately after the five and a half
She was handed into the custo-
She said that she was picked ur 'R Budapest
by Hungarian police on Dec, 4.1
They brought her to Gyder, an
industrial city some .10 miles from I
the Austrian border in western;
She said two weeks ago
dy of U.S. Consul Richard Selby
Fire On Israeli
Boats On Galilee
JERUSALEM, Israel, Jan. 28
(UP) Syrian shore batteries to
day opened fire on Israeli fishing
boats on the Sea of Gaulee today
wounding one fisherman, an Isra Israeli
eli Israeli army spokesman charged.
Army spokesman Lt. Col. Ne Ne-hemiah
hemiah Ne-hemiah Brosh announced that ar artillery
tillery artillery from the Syrian shore fir fired
ed fired on fishing boats on the biblical
inland lake. j
The shore battery attacks have
Israeli forces in the past, but tht
can Heart Association.
Comedian Eddie Cantor, honor honorary
ary honorary chairman of the 1957 Heart
Fund campaign's disc Jockey
committee, announced the choice
of the two singers.
Coronation ceremonies have
been scheduled for Feb. 13 and 14
over nationwide television net-
works in connection with the
Heart fund campaign
dors in Central and South Ameri
ca.' ) i sk .'
Also attending the conference,
'which will be held from March
11 te 15, will be officials of the
U. S. Information Service, De Department
partment Department of Commerce Trea Treasury
sury Treasury Department, Atomic Ener Energy
gy Energy Commission and ether U.S.
The conference Is one of a series
of routine reeional talks for the
interchange of ideas. A similar
parley will be held at about the
same time in tne r ar jcasi.
Panama has been chosen as the
site of this year's meeting be
cause of its easy accessibility
from both Central and South A-
Armed lo !he...
COLUMBUS, Mississippi, Jan.
21 (UP) Highway patrolman
Hank Wayeaster reported to today
day today that a 70-year-old drunk he
ares-red, angrily bit him en
the arm, and was left almost
speechless by whet he had dene.
When the elderly tippler re-
Sea of Galilee area has been quit laxed his faw, his. false teeth
for several months. Exte olive fell te
clashes occured there last year. I said.
the ground, Wayeaster
In Dramatic Move
Against UN Action
ALGIERS, Jan. 28 (UP) Mos Moslems
lems Moslems today egari a general strike
to dramatize the United Nations
debate on Algeria and 'French
troops immeiiitoly !egn break breaking
ing breaking open strike-closed shops, to
looting by Europeans.
The strike appeared almost ,100
percent effective here.
Of the Moslems who make up
half the 500.000 population of this
brooding capital, only the ragged
gutter-sweeps were at work and
they were guarded by neiroetea
soldiers with tommy-guns.
Former SS MAj. Michel Lppert
governor of the Dachau concen-1
Dietrich and Lppert will' De tried
for murdering" Nazi party rival
on the ''night of the long knives'
in June, 1934.
Dietrich was sentenced to life
imprisonment by the Allies for the
Malmedy massacre but was pa
roled after nine years.
Schoerner, released from Rus
sian prison camp in January.
1955, will be tried for the murder
of an enlisted man and the at at-tempted
tempted at-tempted murder of a fortress com
mander, v.': jvvr'vi'
Sommer faces a 312-page indict
ment cnargmg Mm with 101 mur
ders, 402 counts, of j committing
uaugeruug ; ooouy narm ana 32
cases of -extortion, all committed
between June 1937, when Sommer
was zz years old, in March, 1943,
Sommer never was brought to
trial by the Allies on grounds of
poor neaun. He naa been serious seriously
ly seriously wounded in the last days of the
"THE BEST FOREIGN PICTURE OF 1956"
New York Critics.
Bulls Thought Rodeo Wasn't; But it Was as 'Cowboys'
Insist That Next Week' Begins Panama's Bullfight Year
Spr-tators who gathered at Pa-I A gray hump-back was the next: with some fighting blood I At 9:30 p.m. Friday night one
nama La Macarena bullring ot buil which handlers tried to ease He too, was ot no muid to be of the. performers called .capt.
Saturday hadn't come for a bull-iinto position for a cowpoke to ridden. But Miss Home got a-:amuel Worton (whom she had
tight, But they one anyway. start riding. ooara, staved on for several sec- never met' told him the troup naa
No horse was gored; no toroj This animal, too, wasn't going, onds in the arena before being' just been told plana for Panama
was lin. But uncooperative lo-,to put up with any sucn indignity, tossed off. bhe'got a big hand. horses bad broken down
cal "stork" unversed in rodeo He smashed out of the stall scat
ethics put on a shw that had theltering rider and handlers. Tear-
crowd roaring with laughter one
moment and. gasping the next.
One cowhand was injured in the
melees following the unwilling unwillingness'
ness' unwillingness' of hump -backed cross-bred
Cebu and native bulls even to stay
in their pens, much less be ridden ond.
for a few moments in the arena, j -
Th inn, mi mr4 A f t twin IMN ft ft! 'T WAIilHnf tlftv ftft 1(4 T 1uM
er tne paraae 01 cuwpoaes un go 11. airs, noes saw uier.
als to the beat of a local orchet- A few minutes later the animet
tra. cornered the blond Texas B a bo
Taking a Cape, a handler clown
ed some bullfighting passes.
There were shouts of "ole" as he
successfully got the bull to the
ing around the narrow space be
tween the rine and the stand he
terrorized bull whip artist i o a a exit,
Ross so suddenly than her red
pants legs were hurdling the high1 The crewd ese
fence into the ring in a split sec-
ullwttip act of Australia! menV
er Jeen Rets whese toddler sen
stands by te watch mummie cut
straws end thine j ewt of ether
eels' fnevths. :
Lola Roberts and a cowpoke, Joseph Gadsey, Jr
drew applause for their shoounf Joe took part.)
Capt. and Mrs. Worton .not on
ly leaned his own horse, and
their yeonej daughter's (which
(Betsy Wert on rede hi the par parade),
ade), parade), but alee persuaded ether
owners of mounts at Albroek
stables to let their horses take
part, -: -'
These included Capt. and Mrs.
Edward Morris (whoso daughter
Toramie Morris also rode with the
performers) and Maj. and Mrs.
Strategic Info Oul!
House May Aply KCt
Over Ike Objections
WASHINGTON. Jan. 28 fTJPW-
Rep. John E. Moss said today he
wm try to get congress to cut off
any lurtner anDrooriations for the
Office of Strategic Information
(OSI). '' v, :v
President Eisenhower has nro-
posed that the agency be given
$105,100 for Its operations b the
fiscal year beginning July 1. But
moss said he will asK the House
Appropriations Committee to
ject the President's request.
Mr. Eisenhower asked for
new amount 1 even though
House Government Operations
Committee unanimously recom recommended
mended recommended last year that OSI be a a-bolished.
bolished. a-bolished. 1
OSI has set up in the Commerce
Department in 1955 to act as a
"clearing house" for non scret
information vhich migt be of stra
tegic value to an enemy, OSI of
ficials have denied charges that
they have fought to censor non-
President Eisenhower sends Con-
Tm- Im' ' sPeclai message
calling for a four-year $1.3 billion
program of Federal aid for school
The House Labor
expected to start WQrk pn the re request
quest request t once. It is expected to
vote ven more for the school
program,. than. -the. President asks.
Indications are that the com committee;
mittee; committee; Will approve so in n Ji i a
closer to a Democratic hill provid providing
ing providing for a six-year $3.6 billion pro'
gram. The Democratic measure
The? National 'Education' Associ Association
ation Association has estimated that in ordef
to catch up with the needs of the
nation's 32,338,688 school children
a total of 328 classrooms would
have to be built daily. 'for the
next year. ,
A V00, 4:32, 6:05, 7:38, 9:11
Ig t,60- 6.30 y
To Appear Sunday
In Season Opener
The only Negro, bullfighter of
note in the world is scheduled to
nerforra here Sunday at La Ms-
carena bcQring, it was announced
Hafael (Negro)" Santa' Crur, a
Peruvian, is scheduled to arrive
here this week -from Colombia, en
route to Spain, for a single ap
pearance at the local bulling.
He will alternate with Spanish
matador Valencia III in f i g h t
with four pure bred Mexican bulls
at the opening of 'the local bull bullfighting
fighting bullfighting season. .V ' j
Tickets for Sunday's bullfights
are already on sale at the Tivoli
travel agency. Hotel EI Panama
the WXiA) M-,'(mIa
ZZ 1 i
A while bi ll tried and Just a- (Lou Home) who crouched brtina, act. And for the grand finale there) Kxcept for one black and white
bot't succeeded in getting Over in- a small bwvier. faugbf witfc hr".wa trick ridiag around the ring! mount usnally ridden by Texas
to the nnf-stall of a horse. In the was s little Panama ful who with riders' swinging above an ti Babe, ail of the horses are Isth
and other places la Panama City.
S 43t 3
; hubub the bull chased the hors somehow got do
around the ring making gorinf cattle and horses
ot dowp among the
paces with nts norns.
ti ii i J L. V
iniman prparaieiy wwora
ie exit. ChOdren of the horse's
ovmr sauealed and some covrr
their eves but the animal were
finally rounded back the aialls.
f r i e ji '" i mmmm a Vl I Some exciting bronc riding and
i 4 L I i J a l i l l i l i i i t i a, i i U.
roping tricks followed.
The irev keast, teo.
out wnridden. lut Teaas tabe
who had already rieUen a buck buck-let
let buck-let herse we ant oin te let
Panama stock take aU The do do-cisieos.
cisieos. do-cisieos. ; i
The third bull was a greyish-
broera lone born, not hump back
ed. Just a regular Panama bun show. t
outside of their saddles in all d- mians,
rectioax. ,' .1 Armando klirtin known to a-
Several spectators heaved a ficionados of Panama bullf.ghu as
sigh of relief whea the Jd bulls "Armiiiita'" .has been conducting
left tha scene. jthe rodeo throughout Central A
They were members of the Al Imerica to give the Latinos a taste
brook Riding Club who had gra-.of.a characteristic Americas
ckwisly agreed to lend theh-pirt.
mounts whea the horses promised j There tH "be another show
by a Panama supplier. failed te Wednesday and Thursday Bights
TACA Completes its 17th ; :
Consecutive Year of "Security
Mr. Rlcardo H. Klete.. Presi
dent of TACA International Air-
linea. 8 A., today announced
that the company had complet
ed its 17th consecutive year of
operation v without a. single fa
tality to passengers or crew
Thia record treating achieve-;
ment of 17 consecutive years of
sate operation was completed oa i.
December 31, 1956.
A formal award by the Inter Inter-american
american Inter-american Safety Council In New
York will be made at later