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PANAMA, B. P., TUESDAYJANUARY 9, 1957 ;
:Xf HE PULSE
th P t h m Munleipility
plan to (tart building tkfowalk
enr read$id prpprtits in tht
utfkirt of 'PiuiM City ntxt
fnonth. -. :
Th pln contmpUtaY tht
building of th idtwlk .and
thn t ha v proparty onwr
pay for the job aftar both thy
and the MunicpaUty have ; f f-greed
greed f-greed en the cetf.,-
'. Liceo "Seiforitas (Girls Ly Ly-ceum),
ceum), Ly-ceum), which up to now had been
';ffcfiny only first-half high school
.v classes, will add one more year
of schooling as of May when the
new- school year begins. -,
' Students who passed the third
.'year -at the Liceo will be able to
' remain at the school for fourth
year classes. Nex year fifth-year
: classes will be added and sixth sixth-year
year sixth-year classes in 1959.
Formerly third year Liceo stud stud--
- stud-- ents had to continue their school school-ing
ing school-ing at some other government or
private high school.
Jockeying for position on
important -Electoral Tribunal will
probably end tomorrow with the
appointment .of the three men who
will make up the national board.
Candidates for the tribunal in
clude Inocencio Galindo, Manuel
Pino, Dr. Carlos Mendoza and
Domingo H. Turner- for the Na National
tional National Patriotic Coalition (CPN),
, Gonzalo Tapla, Quiros y Qui Qui--
- Qui-- ros .and -Jose Maria : Herrerf for
vae opposuion UDerai Jrany
A bill authorizing a $2,000,000
bond Issue was approved yester yesterday
day yesterday by the National Assembly.
. Money from the tale of bends
will be used to build additional
chools to cope with the inertas inertas--
- inertas-- ing shortage of classrooms, -peclally
for the primary grade.
May Pe At An End
.PARIS XUP)- Pjris V o t r
f brief and colw'fnl cair of anti-wvTT-,'nHr
Vjfll Pau,'ri'. mi'lts
: of iduonal Assembly jrun-off
( election indicated today.
' y J For the second time la recent
-weeks Paris' first.' district on the
left bank of the Seine the larg largest
est largest voting :-district in France
elected Independent candidate
Julie Tardieu to the National
Assembly seat of the late radical
Vincent de Moro-Giafferri.
Tardieu also won the bve-elec.
v nui nis majority was the highest point in the San Fran Fran-not
not Fran-not large enough-and French lawlcisco Bay area to get a look at
necessitated thy run-off. the strange whit stuff.
Smpf Diplomat (Second Since Saturday) Quits US,
..Refuses To Say Whether Was linked With Spy Ring
PARIS, Jan. 29 (UP) Soviet
diplomat Vassili Molev who
hastily, left the United States
shortly after the arrest of three
- accused spies; there; arrived
here today en- rout to Moscow
but Jiept mum. ,, vy v,'1'
j.. . --'V -:V
- Molev and his wife Taisia, who
landed at Orly Field by a regu
lar Air France airliner, refused
to 'answer reporters question a-
doui. ,wnetner .tneir oeparture
was connected to the arrests.
They pursed their lips and,
NAMED SOYIET SP Jack
Soble (left) is shown in custody
of FBI agent in New York aft after
er after be. his wife. Myra, and Jacob
Albam. were arrested cm cha ires'
of conspiracy to commit espion espionage.
age. espionage. The FBI said that the Ui.-ee
are principals in a Russian ov)
'"7 mat oates oaca to worm
Closer Missile Cooperation Is Goal
Of Anglo-American Defense Meetings
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29 -(UP) .British and American defense chiefs opened
a second round of talks today on ways to hasten the British trend toward chiefly
relying on air-nuclear power and cut British military spending.
' .Defense Minister Duncan Sandys went into a day-long conference with Secre
tary of Defense Charles E. Wilson to continue the talks
.- The object of the conferences, as stated by Sandys
ity of "still closer cooperation" between the two countries
other military neias.
Ranrlvs Scheduled talks on
elobal strategy later today with
secretary of state John Foster
Dulles, it was the first high level
Anglo-American conference here
since the Suez fighting.
No official information was
forthcoming : from the secret
toiir pvppnt that thp Pentagon
speaking for both Wilson and
Sandys said last night "the
preliminary discussions have
However, these were believed
td be some of the points under
i The kind of weapons the
nnlted Statesman make avail
able. The British were believed
Interested in-bombardment mis mis-slleg
slleg mis-slleg that could be fitted with
atomic warheads and In rela relatively
tively relatively long-range, anti-aircraft
nlssiles such as the Talos which
may reach, out as much as 200
miles. v :;
British belief that the fonr
divisions now maintained in
Germany1 could be cut to two
if more powerful atom'c weap weapons
ons weapons were available to .com .compensate
pensate .compensate for reduced military
The British 'conviction Ithat
the Western allies can tneve
closer to an air-atomic strategy
with economies In conventional
arms. . .
Sermon On The
GLENWOOD; tlL jfah. 29 tUP)
Ministers brought .deliverance
W 400 schoot pupils here Sunday.
Tfav rilivirtri school officials'
Hiesaaire, .that ftntmh.
broken waor pump,'., f c,
Florida : Copy
MOUNT DIABLO, Calif. Jan. 29
(UP) Four inches of snow caus caused
ed caused an Immense traffic jam here
yesterday although all the roads
were clear. Thousands of motor-
escorted by hulk'nr; employes
of the Soviet embassy, climb climbed
ed climbed Into a limousine for a fast
ride to the embassy..
"They were leaving for Moscow
mis afternoon via Prague.
.Meanwhile Ini WiLShinirtnn
both the State Department and
the Soviet embassy refused to
discuss the sudden departure of
Moiev, indicating that the Rus
sian had been ousted from the
- Molev, after first denying his
identity wnen confronted by re
porters at Internationals Air Airport,
port, Airport, said, "I capt say anything."
Molev and his wife had been
In Washington since September,
1955. A spokesman at the So Soviet
viet Soviet embassy there said Moler
NAMTD BT FBIAs a result of
the FBI's Investigation into the
spy activities of Vassili Zuoilln
(above), a third secretary in Wit
Russian Embassy in Washing Washington
ton Washington durinr. World War II three
Dersons were arrested in Kew
York on charfes of conspiring
to com mil i espionage for Cue
K ,:--mT-.r?v" l,i ii, in. 1,1,
IKE, MAC MEETING DENIED; :
: BRITISH PAPERS SAY MARCH
i WASHINGTON, Jan. 29 (UP)
The White House said today
there are no plans scheduled for
President Elsenhower to meet
British prime Minister Harold
MacMillan in Bermuda. j
Acting White House press
secretary Murray Snyder made
the statement in response te
queries about published re reports
ports reports in London predicting
that the President and prim
Minister would meet in Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda In March.
Snyder said no such plans are
scneauied as iar as the Presi President
dent President i concerned. He referred
reporters to Mr. Eisenhower's
Promise To Use
President Ernesto de la Guar-
aia las( night renewed his prom promise
ise promise to the National Assembly
that he would use the special
powers granted him by the law
makers ''with the fullest sense
Quefc tendered by Hhe President
ror me Assembly, who wui '.ad '.adjourn
journ '.adjourn tomorrow until, Oct, lr
Mr. de la Guardia briefly re reviewed
viewed reviewed the accomplishments of
the Assemblymen since,' they
took onice uci. l last ycar
The special powers granted
by Assembly enables the govern government
ment government to take certain legislative
action with the approval of the
Permanent Legislative commit committee
tee committee during the period the As Assembly
sembly Assembly remains In recess.
held a minor post, similar to
that of a clerk..
If Molev was expelled, he
was the second Russian to be
ousted from the U.S. in three
MaJ. Yuri P. Krylov, an as assistant
sistant assistant attache, left last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for "home after being
declared persona non grata
(an undesirable person).
U. S. goverpment officials
said Krylov improperly bough;
electronic equipment and tried
to purchase, American military
secrets while, in this country.
Indications' were that the
State and Justice departments
would disclose within the next
two days whether Molev was ex expelled
pelled expelled or left the country volun voluntarily,
tarily, voluntarily, i
. (StA TeleDhoto)
HELD AS SPY Mrs. Myra
tsnhim im shoam at mt head
quarters m New York after she
was arrested on espionage
charges arising from a top sec
cnarges ansin? rrom a top c-
ret FRT lnvestiritinn at "Soviet
that began here yesterday.
was" to explore the possibil
in the guided missile and
news conference statement of
Jan. 23 sayine that It was awk
ward for him to be absent from
the country for any considerable
time because he is both head of
a state and head of a govern
The-President said at the time
mat negotiations were under
way for a number of leaders
from other nations to viist the
United states, but he could not
give their identities because
they had asked that arrange
ments oe kept connaential for
British newsnaners nredlr.teri
a March meeting of Mr.,Eisen-
nower and MacMillan.
Left 'Well Over
A Million Dollars'
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 29 (UP)
numpnrey uogart len an estate
"well over a million dollar" tn
his widow, actress Lauren Bajcall,
and their two small children.. th
late, actor's, business, jbi a n a g t r
ree refused lo reveal the xact
rigure of the estate but said he
was sure It would not approach
the $8 million mark as had been
rumored. He said the exact a a-mount
mount a-mount would not be known until
all of the '"various papers" had
Maree said the movie tough
guy, who died Jan. 7 of cancer
of the throat, left a percentage of
his estate to establish the Humph Humphrey.
rey. Humphrey. Bogart Foundation, which will
dispense money to various char
Danes Also Give
To Red Attache
COPENHAGEN, Jan. 29 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Foreign Office said today (hat
the' Soviet military attache here
bad been declared "persona non
grata" and hid left Denmark.
A spokesman said that Col A A-natoll
natoll A-natoll Rogov had "behaved in a
way inconsistent with his position-
as a member of the, Soviet diplo-
maue mission here" and bad left
for Moscow "a few days aeo."
The Copenhagen afternoon news newspaper
paper newspaper Ekstra Bladet," however,
said that Rogov had been expell
ed ior engaging in espionage.
meiuier in ioreign ouice nor
uie defense ministry would com comment
ment comment on the espionage allegation.
The Soviet embassy would only
confirm that Aogov bad left Den
SEIZED AS SPY Jacob Albam
(above) was one of three per-i
sons arrested cy ue ui new
York aa members of Soviet
sons arretted by the FBI in New
'espionage ring. .
By 30-0 Vote, Senators
Ask MiclEasr Policy: View
WASHINGTON. Jan. 29 (UP)
Two Senate Committees voted
30-0 today lor a sweeping re review
view review of U S. Midle East policy
over the last 10 years.
The unanimous vote came on
a resolution toy Ben. J. William
The State Department reveal revealed
ed revealed that It would "welcome" such
a study if it goes not ''breach
the confidence of other friendly
Republican congressional lead-
Vessel Puis On
For PC Director
The Panamanian freighter
Katie cut, a caperMn, GaiUard
It could ot have been, better
timed, observers said, if the shitf
had been trying to put; on an act
to dramatize the need for a wid wider
er wider channel in the Contractors
The whole incident took place
In full view of the ranama a a-nal
nal a-nal Company's board of direc directors,
tors, directors, the board has already sug suggested
gested suggested to the stockholder Army
Secretary Wllber M Brucker
that it tthlnks the channel
should de widened, i -f
The San Pablo with "the direc directors
tors directors aboard was tailing the Brit British
ish British freighter Raeburn south southbound
bound southbound when the two vessels met
t h r e e; northbound freighters.
None of L t ri.sr's were of the
size thatreoulreS 'acieae-cut1
transit, nor did they carry ore
or highly lnnammaDie cargo.
As the last of the three north northbound
bound northbound freighters the Liberty-
type ship Katle rounded a bend
near Contractors Hill the canal
pilot aboard, Capt. Irvin Hay.
had to make a quick decision.
The freighter ahead had slow
ed down so much the Katie was
in danger of overtaking her. In
what, waterfronters called a
smart move to stop his ship and
avoid an accident Capt Hay or ordered
dered ordered the port anchor dropped,
in addition to normal maneuv-
erina- bv the engines.
Currents swung the Katie
squarely across the channel
showing just how bank suction
and currents can affect traffic.
The San Pablo, skippered by
Capt. Cliff Ryter.' had encour
aged by her distinguished pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, came alongside and
helped straighten the Katie out
Traffic was not delayed.
Gl Found Guilty
Of Drunk Driving
Driving a motor Wehtcfe while
intoxicated was the charge when
Harold George Withey, 30, an
American soldier, faced the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate today.
Withey was found guilty and
fined $100. -
The offense occurred at 12:13
a.m. today as the defendant was
driving on Balboa Road. ...
MEMBERS OF THE PANAMA
of the waterway are ouUined.
ous members of the Governor's
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naMgaUonal problems and the Canal's capacity was iea oy uo- x-ui.
right are directors Howard C. Petersen. Ralph H. Cake, assistant Secretary of the Army George H. Roderick. obtH P. Bur-
and Orden R. Re Id. Mai. oen. Glen E. Bdgnrxon ana jonn u. iwaiiw an a-ui wn w w mu.
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ers also said President Eisen
hower has agreed to such a re review.
view. review. The vote came at a meeting
of the combined Armed services
and Foreign Relations Commit Committees,
tees, Committees, which are considering; Mr.
Eisenhowers proposed Middle
East doctrine.: td provide econ
omic aid and, if necessary, mili
tary force to the Middle East.
Meantime,) the House pre
pared t begin actual floor de
bate on the doctrine resolution:'..,;!-1
The two senate committees
Include a combined total of
1 democrats and 14 republi republicans.
Secretary of Stats John Foster
Dulles wrote Theodore Green,
"I understand that the renuest
(for a documented chronological
report on Middle East develop developments
ments developments will be so couched that
compliance therewith would not
delay but resumawy expedite
action on the pending joint re
solution to halt communist ag aggression
gression aggression in the Middle East..,
and that it will not seek to
breach the confidence of other
; J-Prize. 3d Place
Headauarters United States Air
Force recently announced that the
Caribbean Breeze, the of ficial
newspaper forthe1 Caribbean "Air
CommaDcuttOB third place m its
(population -olasi irt the first an annual
nual annual world-wide USAF. newspaper
Torce; classifies. J t s
newspapers into four classes de depending
pending depending upon their' base popula population.
tion. population. 'Judging was based upon
journalistic qualities, support of
information objectives and its u u-tilization
tilization u-tilization as a tool of manage management.
The Caribbean. Breeze was also
judged the best overseas "Letter
press" newspaper recently by De
partment, of Defense in t h t ii
quarterly newspaper judging. Air
man First Class Brian a. hoddi
v MEMPHIS (UP) Sponsors of
the Mirixouth Cat Fanciers show
here put out an urgent call today
for live mice.
"We need them for the mouse mouse-ability
ability mouse-ability contest" a spokesman
said. "We do not harm the mice
and the best one will get a little
trophy engraved "Best Mouse in
Cat Show." f
The two-day cat show starts in
the swank Hotel Peabody ball
Georgette, sponsored by the
press men of the Memphis Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co. here won last year's
"mouseability contest." She has
been entered again to defend-her
CANAL COMPANY'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS listen totently-as some of' the traffic ilem v
The meeting tu held last nlghi at; the Canal models at Diablo Heights. Jbe dusslon i a
statf attended the nl&M meeting.
NEW YORK, Jan. 2? (UP) King Saud of Saudi Ara Arabia
bia Arabia arrived today for a state visit with President Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, He was greeted with .the full pomp of the U.S. NdVy
and diplomatic corps and a cold shoulder from the city
of Newark. A
Speaking softly in Arabic on the pier to which jjie
stepped from a U.S. destroyer Saud said he was "vey
hopeful that: my visit and discussions will producea
strengthening and reinforcement of the relations between
our two countries and beneficial results for the Middle
East and all mankind."
A city police guard was assigned to the party, iut
Otherwise New York City took no official notice. ?I"
Mayor Robert F. Wagner said yesterday the dry
would not welcome the monarch, the world's wealthiest,
because his government supported slavery, and anti-Semlt-
lisnvand refused to permit
mass in dauai Araoia,
And MrsL Golds Melr. Israel's
foreign minister; has sent re regrets
grets regrets to U.N. secretary-general
Das Hammarskjold for his ln-d
vitationior ner to luncn toaay.
witi Kine saucr. the israen de
legation .to the-united fjauons
disclosed. Kw.-Jv; n- '!?.
Mrs. Melr was Included among
foreign ministers attending the
United "Nations General Assem Assembly
bly Assembly session who were invited to
attend a formal lunch at which
some 80 persons were expected.
No formal reason was given
why Mrs.' Melr declined the
invitation but the excuse was
obvious n view of the anta antagonism
gonism antagonism of the Arab countries
The King's six-year-old son,
r(prmce Manshur, carried In the
arms of one of the Saudi Ara
bian party, appeared delighted
with the welcoming bands and
panoply at New York.
He raised his left hand sol solemnly
emnly solemnly in salute each time he
saw a camera pointed at him.
Saud and 16 of his party of
65 were piped off the liner Con Constitution
stitution Constitution in the lower bay this
morning on to a coast Guard
cutter which delivered them to
the destroyer WillU A. Led.
A Marine band played a a-board
board a-board the destroyer, the green
and white Saudi Arabian flag,
bearing crossed scimitars, was
run up and a flotilla of e'ght
destroyers, their crews smart smartly
ly smartly at attention along the
rails, passed in review.
Saud stepped from the des destroyer
troyer destroyer on to a pier where a
brightly striped green and white
Bedouin-style tent had been
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., U. S.
ambassador to the United Na-
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Roman Catholic priests to say
$20,000 In Tlpr
14. was estimated that," King
,Sad and his irT dlstnijut- -efl
$20,000 fn t ps durifty t,.a
voyaja aboard the Con ''.u-
ttoa.U't T i- i :-. X
H -also-gave gold wrist
watches to the ship's captain,
James Labelle, and to each of
the six VS. Marines who stood
as his honor guard through
out the voyage.
tlons. was at the foot of tht
A special film on Credit"Un-
with a handshake, v 5!
Inside the tent he was greet
ed by U.S. and United Natidhs
officials before the flags of tha
United States and Saudi Arabia.
Just before the Arablrf
party entered limousines fer fertile
tile fertile Waldorf Astoria hotel;
Representatives of the Al e.
rian Nationalist movements
battling with France for con
trol of that African land, pre
sented Saud' with ary Algerian
flag inscribed in gold: "Fre
Algeria salutes its defender.
King Sand." -jT"
Saud was lauded as "the xitst
to bring the attention oftha,
United Nations to the Algerian
Saud was scheduled to spend'
today at the United Nations
where he will be received for
mally as a head of state 'and
address the general assembly;
He will go to Washington to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for an unprecedented
President Elsenhower Is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to meet him in persortjU
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ELEMENTARY MY DEAR SAINT PETER
(Sherlock Holmes Lsst Case)
The scene of our story, above the skies,
At the pearly gates of Paradise
(Entrance therein is quite selective)
Stood without, Sherlock Holmes, Detective.
fit. Peter bade him "Walt while I look
At the entries in the Record Book.
I'm sorry to say, I'm not quite sure
That you may pass this heavenly door.
However, I'm prepared to reveal.
We might be able to make a .deal.
The first on record here In the i sky.
Where we made use of a 'Private Eye.
Our problem's this; no need tc deceive,
we've completely lost Adam and Eve.
So many Angels flitting
We're quite unable to pick them out.
The price that we are prepared to pay
Is, that, ever after you may stay
Equipped with wings and haip (No fiddle)
Providing you can solve our Riddle.
"My dear St. Peter, that's very fair.
.We -have made a deal, HI find the pair
Using this cloud as a Watching Post,
And view in parade the angei host.
The angels paraded four by four,
Until passed, at least, a thousand scors.
Then suddenly Sherlock bid them "Quit!
Your riddle Is answered, this Is It.
He picked two angels from the throng
"Regrets St. Pster, It took so long.
From simple deduction, I
That tW J Adam, and tbia ti&: ; s
t Peter said, "We've Md ym. ym.-It's
It's ym.-It's quite fantasUc, you picked but two
But lust as sure as Day follows Night
Tls Adam and Eve. Sherlock, you're right'
Speaking strictly as Saint to sinner,
(Detective wise, I'm a beginner)
Before I give you absolution.
Explain to me this great solution.
"My dear St. peter, no sensation,
Just a case of elimination. ...
Lady Eve was the first to seduce,
It was then quite simple to deduce,
To this time no man had mated.
Adam and Eve were both created.
And did Good St. Peter' face turn red
When Sherlock Holmes very softly said
By VICTOR RIESEL
I cannot confirm the report that
a general by the name of Alfred
MiTimiMnn uruentner was so
hk'hly esteemed by certain indus
trialists that they offered h i mu
$250,000 a year to take a private
job, or that his friend, a fellow
by the flame of Dwight D. Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, urged him to turn it down.
I can confirm the teport that
Gen. Gruenther is considered by
a small circle of the nation's, most
kophisticated cold war strategists
as a one man "secret weapon
which could shake the Communist
'.vorld and beat it without blood
In this small circle are some of
the most influential labor chiefs.
They count on him to handlo the
guided idea offensive .against
the communist pooaeanda ma
chine so that this nation will nev
er need count on suided missiles
nuruing against the Soviets war
Labor s top leaders see Grfh.
Gruenther as the one man in
President Eisenhower s intimate
circle who has the know-how to
reach the peoples of the world and
turn them against Russia's rulers.
The union chiefs believe that the
general is one of the few who
realizes that the war front during
peacetime runs through the fac
tones, mills, mines and shipyards
as well t the minds and hearts
of the people.
This offensive will be Gen.
Gruenther's assignment after he
is "demilitarized" by a stint in
the Red Cross, the labor oeoDle
say regardless of whether he is
named Secretary of State, Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Defense or personal, rov roving
ing roving trouble shooter for his friend,
(r). i & f VNEA Sarvics. lac
i-iERRY- UO CTOUHD
WASHINGTON "Who ', is theitagtbnlans are graduates of. th
man whom President Eisenhower same law rU sn t-..u"
personally .wnats as his successor ney (D., WyO.) Sen.' Denni. ruT.
So the labor people asked the
general to fly down to Miami
Beach and brief their AFL CIO
high command session on what
they can do in this bulletla war
01 IWO worlds. I asked General
Gruenther what he would uv in
i-uei-t, mi me laoor people next
we. ine uenerai put it this way:
"Well, you don't find it difficult
to get the Deoole to xunnnrt. an
Administration bid for money for
guinea missiles, out you Cet re.
nervations when you seek support
lor ine protection of ideas Thi.
ail, cio can be of ereat hein
in solidifyinx oublie nnininn in
this country and abroad.
Walter Winchell In Mew York
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ST "At this moment (9:05 p.m.) CFN-TV la broadcasting Arthur
! Godfrey's Talent Scouts wixn bod moaoy puicii-unwui
St. Exaetlv one week ago the very same program was on
? iiFr. i. u. timo r.TV has reneated Its program:
torcontTryriepertirTg is typica of the station. Certainly
those responsible for the programming are not so naive as to
think the Mewing pubHc is unaware of the consUnt repeating
IX shows. Many shows are repeated three and four times.
" I would like to suggest to CFN-TV that il they, cannot get
rn Kinescope iney pui up men -
j&n instead of boring the public with repeat programs.
To I'm sure none of the many geoerals scattered over the
Canal Zone take any interest in the IV program, because If
Sey did CFN would show some improvement or its doors would
locked shut and the equipment sold for scrap.
Just one more gripe before I get it all off my chest: Why
Sit that when CFN does have something different, the show
ruined by the "One Moment Please" sign being on more than
is the program.
"5 Then, too, why Is it that when some piece of equipment
Hows out, CFN has to send a hurry-up order to the States for
Snew part? Why can't they stock some parts? That's a four four-t
t four-t question for a two-bit operation. Who can five us the an-
THE HEAD LINERS
The angels will sing more beau beautifully
tifully beautifully and Gabriel will blow his
horn more sweetly because Tos Tos-canini
canini Tos-canini is in Heaven. He was a
genius who brought the sounds of
Paradise to the mortal world..
The maestro was a titan and a
tyrant. Although he frequently
lashed musicians, they never lost
uieir reverence for him. They col
icctea tne splinters of batons he
DroKe when ne was furious. One
source of his genius was his in
tense concentration. "Whatever he
Lappens to be doing at the mo
ment, his son one said, "is the
biggest thing in his life whether
it is tackling a symphony or peel
ing an orange '.. .xoscanini dem
onstrated rather than explained to
musicians tne effects he desired.
f or a ; light, floating sound tie
East, for example, he said it will
eventually be the people them themselves
selves themselves who will decide who will
IONIAN'S AND SOLDIERS
It strikes me as rather ridiculous that the parent of a C C-al
al C-al Zone teen-ager would object to her skating with a service service-nan.
nan. service-nan. Cm the contrary, it is the serviceman who would have
Eiust to object to skatlnz with a Canal Zoner.
.it The majority of servicemen are in the service because they
fcave no choice. However, no canal zoner is aown nere wiw
tout expressing a desire to be here. The difference between a
Canal Zoner and a career soldier is negligible to say the least
- A teen-age serviceman is in the service for the relatively
ihort period of two to four years. Invariably, the greater per percentage
centage percentage of these teen-age return to thJlr homes and avail them themselves
selves themselves of their rightful heritage as American citizens, to reside
In the VS. and pay taxes as their parents before them.
-7 Why imply that he is inferior to the daughter of a Canal
onr, who until two years ago never paid taxes and gives up
the privilege of living in the VJ& for ?5.
s! Distasted Ssldier
"We in America expect full re return
turn return on our investments and that's
good except that you can't expect
that in the battle of ideas. We
have a psychology which says
that for the investment of so man.
y dollars in promotion you must
sell so many thousand cakes of
soap. That's good for soap, but
not for ideas," the general added.
"We have, in our government,
set up the U. S. Information Serv Service
ice Service to project our ideas, for ex example.
ample. example. We expect full return for
our dollars. But the Russian noiir
billions into propaganda and thev
. x I ja, vuvi a Li im Uf i
.rs nappy u mey get a zo per-theart to heart.
After his vears in Enron
chief of NATO's forces, the gen
eral nas aiscoverea out you can't
win merely by getting govern government
ment government leaders to decide tn fiuhr
Communism. You have tn vet. tn
L.i J' -" V"',1-" "T "nun: A nanojterenrex m ui sir
f.fe.Mkl0 18 WV lilting Vibration h
posed like a mother rocking a ba baby
by baby in her arms. When he wanted a
distant sound from one section of
an orchestra rehearsing in Man
hattan, be. requested: "Make the
sound not too far about Brook
Described as an immortal. Tos-
Camni remarked with a wistful
twinkle: "Verdi will live forever.
But Toscanini? Toscanini will be
dead like all the rest. He will nev
er conduct orchestras again. And
the worst of it is that thev vill
The maestro was wrong, o f
course. Thanks to the wonder of
electronics, the miracle of his cen-
iu. will be transmitted from one
generation to another and from
"So I want to congratulate the
labor people on their fight against
the Communist stand and stress
the spiritual side in creating a
climate of opinion for support of
a war of ideas. Success depends
on the widespread participation of
the people. It is all very well to
say we are against Communism.
"But what really determines the
succesors in this struggle is the de
gree oi participation on the part
oi me inaiviouai in every country.
It is something I feel stronglv a.
bout and for which I will crusade.
"I consider that we are enter
ing tne phase of the cold War
wntre ideas are going to be more
powerful than before. We hv tn
first create a know-how in thi
fight, here in the U.S. Tho fol
lows on the other aide of th inu
Curtain get their ideas and peo-
t" a participation across Dy the
gun-in-the-back method. It has its
isdvsntages. but it makei toil IT h
fcompctition for us."
And vice, as the old saying goes,
"Waiting for Godot." the dram
atic wbatzit which brilliantly dis discusses
cusses discusses the philosophy of so-what,
is returning to Broadway. The
history of frammis never had
anything more rillerah. Undoub Undoubtedly,
tedly, Undoubtedly, the controversy will be re revived.
vived. revived. .Samuel Beckett, the al alleged
leged alleged drama's 'author, was -recently
interviewed. The reporter, seek seeking
ing seeking an explanation for Godot, in
quired: "When you have nothing
to say, do you do what others do
go right on trying?"
Beckett s gloomy reply "There
are others "who threw themselves
out of window, after, years of
struggling." (Happy pecans and
".. .- S 'i : f 1
I Luculs Bau, thsWdf i U ts d
Queen of Teevee, has collected
treasures and trophies. Her wdrld
is full of laughter and sunshine
and the merry tinkle of gold.
She has succeeded as a wife,
mother and star. In common
with most success stories, this
one also includes failures. Not so
long ago she was signed by a
movie studio. She promptly wired
her mother, brother, and other kin
to come and live with her. And
she sent them money for the trio.
The same week,., Lucille's option
was dropped by the studio. She
then wired Aer family: "Come
anyway but come by bus." She;
also borrowed $65 as a down-nay-mcnt
on a rented house. The
years that followed were rugged.
It took Lucille 6 years to repay
Sir Ralph Richardson opened on
Broadway this week in "The
Waltz of the Toreadors." He is
one of Britain's most distinguish
ed stage and screen players. A
xinusn cnuc once aumorea a
lengthy essay analyzing Richard Richardson's
son's Richardson's gamuting ability. When ask asked
ed asked to comment on the article,
Richardson grinned: "The art of
acting consists in keenine Deoole
Inflation is our primary domes domestic
tic domestic problem. There are numer
ous formulas for solving it. .
Shermin Adams, the president's
chief aide,; once offered this: com-
uiun sense approacn: -u we alt
would decide, this year'-'to give
umin uuiiar b more wurs lor
dollar -w rarmivm riv nnuM
" j nyuiu Sail
come pretty near settine hark the
nan collar we are losing because
our dollars are worth only half
Although the "Babv Doll" fliefc.
er has kicked up a ruckus, there
are no dissenting opinions about
Carrol Baker's gamuting in the
title role. She got her Big Break
UJ the Strangest Wav. There were
no auditions or screen tests. She
didn't even read one line. Direc Director
tor Director Elia Kazan sent her the script.
Shortly after, Kazan asked her to
explain the leading character.
miss Baker explained and cot
in W60? It may be four ; vears
off, but already the ooliticiann are
pouaenng mat ; question. There
are three obvious candidates. But
there is also a man whom the
politicians don't know much a-
bout who happens to, be Ike's per personal
sonal personal choice. ... ; :.sV :k;Uk :: ;:
The three well V. known candi
dates ire: (I) Vice President Nix
on, who has been running for
some time; (21 Sen William
Knowland of California, who has
jusi put nimseit ma. better po
sition to contest Nixon: and (3)
ex-Goy. Thomas E. Dewey, : who
says he isn't ia candidate but whj
probably could be persuaded. He's
a man to whom Eisenhower Is
ine man whom Ike would like
to see the Republicans: nominate.
however,' is his; old Army friend,
uen. Aiirea m. uruenther.
Not even the politicians know it.
but tht move ..to nominate Gru Gruenther
enther Gruenther for has gone much further t
mere personal desire. A group of
Ike's closest friends in New York
already have organized a quiet
drive- to groom Gruenther r the
Presidency. They are the same
men, sometimes called the 'WaIl
Street kingmakers." who heloed
finance the Eisenhower campaign,
Duiit nis private residence at Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, and picked many of the
key men in; his Cabinet. Thev in
clude Gen 4 Xuclus Clay, head of
continental can: Sidney Weinberg.
the big investment banker: and
Bill Robinson, head of Coca-Cola.
vez (D., N.M.) and GOP Natkal
Chairman Len Hall graduated
from.; Georgetown University la
1920.-. ..DeWitt Yeates, an attor
ney for several small airlines,
noticed that part of the proceed proceedings
ings proceedings at a, Civil Aeronautics Board
hearing was missing .from the of of-ficial
ficial of-ficial transcripts He did a littles
detective work, found that ; tht
stenographic, tape had been cut
and cellophane v taoed tnPPthor at
the point of the missing testimon testimon-y.
y. testimon-y. ..Examiner Leslie. Do n a h u o
denies that he ordered anything
CUt, Out'. :,J:A:;.:;-':." .:'..
It was' through themth'at Gru Gruenther
enther Gruenther was first offered' $100,000
spot, wiiu uun-jviajwiieson l n o u s s-tries.
tries. s-tries. Then when Ike's idea of put putting
ting putting Gruenther in the White House
became, known, ft as decided to
make him head of the Red Cross,
just across the street from the
White House, k where; he could ad
vise with Ike, play bridge with
him, and get the same buildup
Herbert Hoover got in World War
I as a humanitarian.
Later, when John Foster Dulles
bows out of the State Department,
Gruenther may replace him
though this is by no means cert certain.
ain. certain. It might be politically expe
dient to remain with the Red'
Th main fart hntuAtrai. la tkat
plans are definitely in the works
to' eroom Ike's wartime friend I
. i' -yp-' in
ana iormer supreme commander! man rninj t. l. .-.i.
nt WITn .. .k. r ui:-.. r vi.
candidate for President.,
WHITt COLLAR COMPLAINT
AFL V CIO Labor ehlef.
a, little dubious about whece. the
administration stands on .mini .minimum
mum .minimum waee revision hirf th
found Vice president Nixon more
sympathetie than President Eisen
hower. :i.:,;a.iii,.., ,. .,
The youthful Veen screed that
Congress should do something a a-bout
bout a-bout the pressing problem Of un un-derpaid
derpaid un-derpaid white-collar workers, and
promised to "study" a proposed
boost in the minimum wage floor,
now $1.00 an hour,, to" $1.25 ;
When the 'laboRvchiefv le by
AFL CIO vice president Jim
Carey, later called on ,Mr,- Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, they.f found him ffiendjy
but somewhat less sympathetic.
The President was attentive but
noncommittal as Joe Bierne of the
Communication Workers, Jim
Suffridgt of the Retail Clerks, and
Pat Gorman of the Meat Cutters
related wage hour discrimina discriminations
tions discriminations througout the country.
Bierhe reported that some tele telephone
phone telephone operators in small ex exchanges
changes exchanges had to work as much as
11 hours a day and were paid as
little as 50 cents an hour, by "bil "billion
lion "billion dollar employers'," surh as
American Telephone and T e 1 e e-graph
graph e-graph and the General Telephone
Retail clerks, the largest
grupof underpaid workers de denied
nied denied minimum wage protec protection
tion protection by the gavarnmant also
are far below minimum wage
and hour standards, re e r t e d"
Suffridgt. H said that tha
plight of. the overworked, un
derpaid retail worker is by no
KT. CJC PRICES
-" A glsaee at the comparative table ef prices carried in The
Panama American" last vek shows sfeany why Panama riccs
Act 89 much higher than Zone prices.
V Unfair taxes on essential foodstuffs are hitting the poorest
Blt hardest. In s country where income tax is extremely
. light, it m discriminatory to tax neucssary dally items.
It these taxes were removed, Panama merchants could eom eom-te
te eom-te for Zeoc custom. As emc recently arrived from the States,
resj assure you that Commissary prices are nothing to brag
- If the Commy is supposed to be a non-profit organization,
tt; must be sadly mismanaged. And if it lant where do the
ferofits to. . and why?
And how about a minimum wage iow for Panama? Some
fj ths people who work in stores and offices there earn less
than maids do in the Zone
So it is fascinating tn nnt thmt
ui wniie tiouse, urough Gen.
Gruenther. is caHina on VS. hw
to work with it is the new phase
me war between tne free and
The. grand yistss and magnifi
cem perspectives or nistory are
uequentiy tarnished by personal
tragedies. Anthony Eden is the
latest victim. As always, the high higher,
er, higher, the pinnacle the more dan
gerous the climb and mor nerl.
lous the fall.- Eden's great failure
was me rapture he caused in Anglo-American
the split would never have hap
pened if Eden had been mativ.
atea by his own wise words. Sev
eral years ago, he "wrote: "I think
it is a mistake tn f.rv tn has An.
glo-American relations mainlv ud-
on eenument. we may not always
like each other very much. I
think it is a mistake to try to base
mem on common origins, com common
mon common parentage, eves common
language, because there will be
occasions when we differ; there therefore
fore therefore it is desirablt to base them
on their true foundation, which is
a common interest in peace and
in preventing a repetition of those
catastrophic world conflict evorv
f J JV 'I a
Life was- full of roman candles
for Humphrey Bogart. The years
were uery, exciting sod general-
y eniertaming. Even when the
light dimmed. Bnerart'a flamin.,
uve remainea constant.
Life,' he once commented, "i.
for the livins". .Altnoueh h,
scorned the art of acting, he had
a genuine resDept for hi rft
His idea of a superior performer
was Speacer Tracy. Te me," he
observed, "Tracy is almost the
test Because you don't see the
mechanism working, the wheel
turnag. He covers no. Ha never
overacts or is hammy". .Bogart
sever forset hi debt at aratitiwl
U Leslie Howard. Wbea Howard!
was signed to star ia the ceuu4oid
version of his Broadway hit, "The
Petrified Fereat," ho insisted on
aavlag Bogart reneat his star
1. J L. .-
vie u ii. mat mevic was nu.
springboard to ths heights. Bo
gart named both f hia children
after Howard: Stechea Howard
and Leslie Howard Bogart.
me star ea joyed swapping ssss
with reporters. A stewsoiani one
inouired: "Ia alt tout reara in
show business what do yon .think
you have learned?" He snapped:
70W' lowest fares
for the bestm
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. Note Ganaral Gruenther
mad a. great impression en Eu European
ropean European political leaders. Though
they dislike military- man.' thaw
Miked Gruenthef slwuiadv- tp.
MM vtw NATO. -,.f.TH- .::';',;.
His initial, and 'perhaps great greatest,
est, greatest, -personal bond with Ike i3
through bridge. As an instructor
at West Point, Gruenther was a
crack bridge player, kept a mat
tress in the back of his car to
sleep on while his wife drove him
him from New York to West Point
after .bridge tournaments. He was
Chief of Staff to Gen. Mark Clark
during the Italian campaign, Is
credited with organizing the Sa
lerno landing so carefully that he
played bridge below decks while
the invasion took place.
North Carolina's tobacco-ch"v
ing Sen. Kerr Scott is the i
est champion of tobacco on Cv. I
tol Hill. He likes to exercise bou'
his legs and jaws on his way to'
his way to the office, walks th-t
nve mues rrom nis aaprtment to.
lapuoi mu, spitting tobacco as he
jogs along. It takes about two
plugs of tobacco to make the
makes it easy for Scott to outsit
his fellow Senators durina the
day's long committee sessions.:
By the time I walk to the Hill," I
he says, "I feel like sitting. I can
sit there as long as the best of
them."... Three prominent Wash-
Gorman tpld Ike how "cannery"
employes, who are paid miser miserly
ly miserly wages for icing 'and processing,
shrimp, develop occupational disa disabilities
bilities disabilities sucfyis. swollen fingers.
i ..wv i t:uuipaaiais.4asie(i
about half, an hour during5 which
the President was courteously sil silent.
ent. silent. Finally he coromeiited:
"I appieclate your !. problems.
mis.ni .say mat your objec objectives
tives objectives in this matter are close to
my own views, but I do not know
what my administration's propo proposals
sals proposals may be because they haven't
been. written as yet."
The union chiefs hopes sagged
a little, as he added:
"I have found that one ef mv
biggest problems1 iff trying to do
good for as many oeople as pos possible,
sible, possible, is that it is .difficult to help
one without stepping; pa the toej
of somebody eise.,,rp ..
It would bee great vorld jf fa
were os good as they look
I ono the anon os good o$ they think
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;7aX PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
1 i tf ( V. r; '", : v
2J 'JLjJ,-, :',vcq?,-',v
" "Boy, how I wish j was the teachsrind you
were a little kid!" ;.
" By DICK KLEINER
HEW YORK-(NA) H I w
an wants t WMk and be a mother
t the same time, the best pro profession
fession profession for her is the record busi busi-iwavW.
iwavW. busi-iwavW. t course, .assuming
that h can sing i- 1, .
i Rosemary Clooney 4s Exhibit A.
There are owio babies 1 ttodJ
ling -around the home of Mrand
Mrs. 4JPse Ferrer -tHl uaH
months Maria four, months. And
' ; one cant i,h
cause 1 "I can take myojce Uh
: j u .i.n ran make rec
urds when she m her ninth
month. And. sne nasv
he worked oh her TV -show up
Pat Boone :
Man Donates Bed.
Of Dead Daughter
RALEIGH, NC (UPJ-A mai
who t watched nis own ?aaugnier
die while racked with the tern Die
pains of leukemia has donated her
hospital bed to little Wanda Jean
Wilkins to it ake her a little more
comfortable in her battle against
the dread disease.'
. C. Rich .Godwin also tried to of offer
fer offer some words of comfort to the
brown-eyed little girl and her dis
traught parents but the words
were a Jicpe cnuKeq. -;
For it .was only six short
months ago- that. Godwin watched
ehlplessly as the blood cancer
slowly .and final 1 y sapped lite
from his 4-year-old daughter,
Anne Berry Godwin.-'
As Anne did in her final days,
little Wanda suffers almost con
stant pain tne signal tor ?tne De De-ginning
ginning De-ginning of -the end., The hospital
bed will make the pain a little
less severe as the disease runs its
invetiable course. '-,,'
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' How How-ard
ard How-ard -Wilkins of Raleigh, are try trying
ing trying to ado another comfort for the
little girl-by -asking that comic
books.' and cards of cheer be sent
to her.' Books and cards began
pouring in today in" response to
the- plea'. .M,1"
Wanda has hai the disease for
only 1 about six weeks, but there
Offers To Search
For 'Ghost Cat'
GLENDORA. Calif.' (UP) A
construction firm offered today to
put 21 of Its men on the job of
trying to find a "ghost cat" whose
meowing has haunted the $20,000
home: of Vincent Carta, for. three
Will Barnaby, head of the Barn Barn-aby
aby Barn-aby Construction Co., sdd he
would: put his workmen on the job
at no cost to the Carta family
and that thev would "tear down
and rebuild the whole house,'- ff
necessary", to find the cat. ... t t-.Barnaby's
.Barnaby's t-.Barnaby's offer came as Carta
i.saip: ne was Deing anven crazy
rhir: 4hf. fuse fAiiCA1 'AvAp' thc :paf
. . .. . .Tv
wnicn'is enevea irappea .in ine
wans; 01 me ,nouse, ana on we
verge' o dying from- hunger.
A' futile search has been., con
ducted so far by plumbers, car
penters, police,' s firemen, techni
Oians, veterinarians, Humane So Society
ciety Society workers and others.
is no known cure. She and her
parents can hope only that the 10
million-to-one odds against recov
ery m.ight break in her favor.
The little girl had only recently
won a long, hard battle against
Dnlin when nht hnramn ill at
Christmas with what later- was di
agnosed as leukemia.
All they need is a baby or two
'Tth2w rSna W lpre MdTdog or two more .ad
mewherever gortana j p ,.nnfhr kid sister and
She worsea on uci, "y r iMvMn v, j v
to her seventh "month; "by singing gay, that -the phenomenon pf .tbe
.hnrt' hnvs." M1 ... Rlvi. Prpslcv.. But. in a
The Ferrer aren't planning to
. .... nullHton
"We're both from large f amlll
es." Rosie says, "ana ,we u
...11 t..... f hnna we have SIX.
The youngest ClooneV 1 1 s t e r,
Gale, now 11, lives who 7,
. a j.oAnKarl nv 1911
ll iSu"!''- 1 '",1 5" I. .nod Juishandandiather to
ma Kivis Preslev.. But. in
fh. 011V that did the most was
Pat Boone. When you think about
;(. k n is tup mnst amazing
to come along in. many a, June
njinAn .... j i.
He just got his Phi Beta Kppa
key he ge(.nis qerea u)h
-- There $ wuauies. no ,w imui swum, aiw ci
Dahe. Jle's Jde's". We call him ing hi,t records like,. "Friendly Per
h thinks he's a ininan" and his new .'Aaastaisa
. .... a -.hm BMA. a js IV. I AAA AAA J.nl ...iV
lap 008 ncn mere Hijr uw
rial dotf. Rover. Hes a ; Maltese
terrier son 01 smu oi.ui.uc
only white;, And there' Shnookie
u : tutinnaa 'in the babies. He's 1
ur.itAi. ton nnlv he was the runt
of the litter. -Ana mere s rang
Wo'. Rn.en.arv'a. He's'l Maltese.'
So the Ferrer family is, well on
its way to tne iuii nouse mey warn
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Put 'yourself hi the South aeat
loivioaay s nana, how would you
pian the play? -r.;-j
When the hand was played lb
ft recent team match the declar declarer
er declarer in the first room staked every
thing oa flnesses in the 'black
uiU. He won the first trick with
the king of heart took the ace
tf spade' and finessed tbe jack
01 spades losing to West's queen.
i West rftunted another heart
and dummy won with the ace. De
clarer gave up 4 diamond and a
heart got to his -hand by trump trumping
ing trumping t diamond and ran the rest
of the trumps, The idea wa to
get information about distribution
.in the hope of guessing-who held
the queen of club.
- The Wea .wasnt bd Vtrt South
Stumbled ia the execution. He
eventually ntsguessed the club
position, and -Jest a trick to the
tjueea of dub. Down one. r -'
i The second declarer played the
and without taking finesses. He
wen. the aee of hearts two top
tramp and two 'top dub. .Then
he gave up a club trick to the
eueea. Nothing could stop him
from reaching dummy with the
' sic 2 of hearts to take a discard
en the last club. West tould ruff
that, club ef course but only
with hi good queen of trump.
South lost only one -trump one
diamond and one crab making
they'll change the balance of pow
er in the wona.
"Looking back at '56, you must
And he has .a $1,000,000 deal with
20th. Century-Fox starting with his
first film. ,"Bernardine."
Besides it au, .ne nappens 10 De
a very nice guy. He -makes a one one-armed
armed one-armed naoer-hanser look like a
'Martfuorit. Pl.TTa1. r vnuilcfest.
child, two-year-old Shirley, is a
fairly typioai. xwo-year-oia. insiae
of one month, she managed to ac accomplish
complish accomplish the following.
1. Swallow 50 aspirin tablets at
2. Lock herself in the batnroom.
3. Stick her fineer in a lieht soc-
She's fine, thanks.
DICK'S PICKS: "The Banana
Boat Song" is big, but Harry Bela-
fonte's just-released original ver
sion, "Day-O, on RCA, should be
even bigger. Others: "Red Sails
In the Sunset" (Tab Hunter, Dot);
"Can I Steal Little Love" (Frank
Sinatra, Capitol); 'One More Kiss'
(Roger Coleman, MGM): "Th
Lights of Lido" (David Carroll,
ABC-Paramount); "Rib, Joint'
(Buddy Morrow, Mercury): "For
ever and Always" (Russ Martin,
Pyramid); "A New-Fangled -Tan
go" (Hugo .Winterhalter, RCA);
"IH Hold You In My Heart" (Mar (Mar-tha
tha (Mar-tha Lou Harp, Capitol).
Music from, all over,,. gathered
on good new albums Latin
rhythms on "Let's Cha-Cha -With
(Tito) Puente"" (RCA); old Vien Viennese
nese Viennese favorites on "This Is My Vien Vienna"
na" Vienna" (Greta, Kelier, Dolphin): Yid
dish songs oh "The Barry Sisters
Sing" (Cadence); German-lang
uage folk song on "The Obern Obern-klrchen
klrchen Obern-klrchen Children's Choir" (Angel);
Parisian melodies on "Sidewalks
of Paris' (Rud. Wharton and the
Musette Street Players. Libert v)
and '"The French Touch" (Vickie
Benet .-Decea): Hwaiian rhvthmi
on "'Hawaiian Favorite' (Alfred
Apaka, Decca); Dutch jazz on
"Jan Behind the Dikes" (Epic).
inree nne recent couections of
operatic"1" vocal solo the great
tenor, Jan Peerce. has a magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent album called "Jan Peerce Ia
Opera" (RCA); recallina the past,
Camden has issued "The Art, of j
Giuseppe DeLuca,"- a fine ban-1
tone; another new RCA. issue has
Licia Albanese and some fine Puc Puccini
cini Puccini arias- It's called "Albtnese
Still 'Quite Sick'
NEW. YORK (UP) Negro
blues singer E'la Fitzgerald, who
was rushed to New York Hospital
Sunday; with a serious .abdominal
ailment, is-still "quite sick" but
resting comfortably, her agent
said today, ,' s
LAS VEGAS, Nev,; UP) Ac Actress
tress Actress Mara Corday,, 7;, and actor
Richard Long, 29, were married
at the Sands Hotel Saturday;uLong
is the former husband of actress
Suzan Ball, who died last year of
Baby Gorilla Gets
- COLUMBUS," Ohio (liP)-Colo,
the Columbus Zoo's famous eorilla
baby, underwent a 'busy round of
examinations over ... the week end
and X rays showed she'll soon
have some teeth peeking through.
Now. five ..weeks old. -the .200
baby, whose birth astounded the
bouncing, 5 pounds. She weighed
bouncing, 5. pounds. She weighed
3 pounds, 5 ounces at. birth.
Zoo. Superintendent Earl Davis
said Colo already, has a teething
ring, but right now she uses it to
beat on the glass walls of her in incubator.
Just Arrived !
A large assortment of beautiful
and varied models in
Terrace and garden
Members of 'Cuenta& Comercmles
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A WORD TO
U. ARMY OFFICERS
Tho New Green and Blue Uniforms w are
making for local personnel and taken by
them back to the States is producing for us
, morVv, orders from States' Personnel than
w ever imagined possible.
Look in to Your requirements NOW Even if
you are not due to return to the States for
Ordering your Wools NOW you can get pay
terms stretched out over the number of
months you are still due to terminate;
up to twelve months, ,.
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by U.S.Q.C. Philadelphia, Pa. Certifying, our
Greens, and furnished us thru channels by
Col. Willard Seymour, Q.M. USARCARIB.
OUR GREEN and Bl UES are
UNCONDITIONALLY and UNEQUIVOCALLY
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" v 'it sit'"r
1 -, 1
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Because of its popularity, the
class, by. riecessity has to be
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY. NEWSPAPER
, TUESDAT;, JANUARY Z9, JMJ
oaa( ana KStherwide
By Staffers :.
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THE AMERICAN SOCIETY WILL GIVE STAG BANQUET
f IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT DE LA GUARDIA
' The American Society in the Republic of Panama' will
. honor hla SxcoUency, Don Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., Presi-
dent of Panama, at a stag banquet to be held in his honor
at the Union Club tomorrow.
It is traditional that each incoming President .of the
. Republic is so honored by the Society at the first opporta opporta-'
' opporta-' nity after his Inauguration. It is felt most important this
' J opportunity for better understanding between our two coun coun-tries,
tries, coun-tries, and the American Society once again, under the lead-.-l-ership
of Elton Todd, president, is offering its members and
-, guests this opportunity for companionship.
' nt v members arel
urged to be present and each former residents of New CrUtc.
member is encouraged to bring atjbal, announce the birth of adaugh-
least one guest, preferably Pan
addition to the. President of
the Republic of Panama, tne vom vom-mittee
mittee vom-mittee in charge is inviting the
Psaamanian Cabinet. Minis t ejr s
j ....... Atkav nmminent mem-
lulu mavjr wuivi jj.
kr of the Community.
J The committee has informed us
that the banquet will get under
:Xv at the Union Club at 8:00 p ro
tomorrow and that the official
'.'dress for the evenjngshall be your
"White suit. TicKetsmay De purcn purcn-J
J purcn-J aied for both you and. your guests
at the entrance of the Union Club
J British Ambassador
fiives Dinner Party
"The British Ambassador and
558". fan Leslie Henderson gave a
dinner Party at the British Em-
!;bssv on Monday, in honour of
. Lieutenant General Robert: M.
"JKontagce, Commander-ln-Ch i e f,
Caribbean Command, and Mrs.
.Guests included Their Excellen Excellencies
cies Excellencies the United States Ambassador
and Mrs. Julian F. Harrington,
Their Excellencies the Brazilian
Ambassador and Mrs. Aguinaldo
. r A J I.lV2-
, And ,JIw. Clarence ,L. C. Atkeson
'Major and Mrs. Edwin W. Emer
I son, Commander R-.R.B. MacKen MacKen-j.jie,
j.jie, MacKen-j.jie, RJtf., of H.M.S. Consort, Mrs.
Teodoro Arias, Mr. and Mrs. E.
T. Biggs and .Mr. c. Wallace
ter, Donna Marie, born Dec. zs,
in Kingston, Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. Gifford with their
son, Paul, made their home in
New Cristobal when Mr. Gifford
was employed as a Machinist at
Gatun Locks during the recent
Locks Overhaul. They left the
Isthmus in June to make their
home in Kingston, Penna. j
Miss Carol Newhard
Chosen Outstanding Pledge
Of Sigma Sigma
Miss Carol Newhard, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Newhard
of Gatun was recently chosen the
outstanding pledge of Sigma Sigma
Sigma Social Sorority on the Colo
rado State College of Education
campus at Greeley, Colorado.
Mr, and Mrs. L. Cottrell
Return IV Wisconsin
Mr. ; and Mrs. L, Cottrell and
Mr. and Mrs. M. Klemta have re
turned to the States after a brief
visit on the Isthmus.. While here,
they were guests of Mr. and Mrs
E. W. CcttreJI of Gatun.
Mr. L. Cottrell retired from the
Faama Canal Company in 1954,
and moved to Wisconsin, where
he and Mrs. Cottrell now make
Mr. and Mrs. Pabon Announce
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Pabon of
:New Cristobal announce the en
aseement of their daughter. Rubv
"Lillian Pabon, to Robert John Mit
chell of .afayette, Indiana.
' Miss Pabon was graduated. from
Cristobal High School with the
, .class of 1953 and completed her
.secretarial, training1 In Business
J "College in Lafayette, Ind. For the
,,paaiiw yccin Nil naa uvea eiw
; -ployed with the Ralston Purina
company in Lafayette and is pre presently
sently presently secretary-to the manager.
Mr. Mitchell, the son of Mrs.
Mary Best of Lafayette and the
late Mr. William Mitchell, has
,', served four years in the U.S. Na
vy during which time be was sta
JJtioned in Korea, Hawaii and
..Guam. He is employed in the ae
Counting department of the Ral-
gton Purina Company.
No date has been set for tlie
Me. and Mr. 0. L. Gifford 1
' Amwunce Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Gifford
COUPLIS SPECIAL 4-w..k
tllroin dac ceurae $15 per
up: Farm yur own group
through your club affioar or
"your special torvica dirsctor. Or
make arrangcmonts at aur ru ru-e'io.
e'io. ru-e'io. Learn Latin American anal
i II a Jk a,
!SbW. ... i.r. lloaiaaaBBsssstBI
Taa-Danca Climaxes Fun For
I Visiting Italian Middies
A brilliant series of parties and
other social -events in honor of vi
siting officers and midshipmen a
board the Italian Cruiser "Monte-
cuccoii" was climaxed with a tea
dance for the visiting Italian Mid Midshipmen
shipmen Midshipmen given by Rear Admiral
CJarence L. C. Atkeson, USN,
Commandant of the Fifteenth Na Naval
val Naval District, and arranged for by
the Navy Officers Wives Club. The
tea-dance was held this afternoon
at the Officers Club, U.S. Naval
Station, Rodman, Canal Zone, of
which Captain William B. Tucker,
USNj. jconimsnding office
'''MrsrwY'P. Saudis has acted" as
chairman of the Navy Officers
Wives Club committee making ar
rangements for this affair. Young
debutantes invited to be present
are the Misses Irene Guizado, Ire
ne Arosemena, irma ironzaies,
Mariela Diaz, Irma Escofefry, Ir
ma Arango, Piuna Rodriguez,
Reatris Poller!, Taola Moscati, Car Carmen
men Carmen Gabaldon. Ivette Miro. Ma
riela Orillac, Choi Vallarino, Liki
Arosemena, Cuchi Arosemena, Vil
ma Delvalle, Nanette Boyd, Ta
nya Zubieta, Marcela Kessler, Ag Agnes
nes Agnes Brin, Dorita Jimenez, Maria
Elena Navarro, Analida Ailaro,
Marcela DeJanon, Emita Arose Arosemena,
mena, Arosemena, Gladys Preciado, Gild a A-
Iramburu, Meme Latorraca, Lele-
na Latorraca, Marta Masieuan
Antoinette Capitani, Minerva Ta
pia, Augusta Trute, Damaris St.
Malo, Erlt Sandoya, Clelia San San-doya,
doya, San-doya, Mercedes Palomeras, Ma
ritza Halphen, Virgilla de la Guar Guardia,
dia, Guardia, Mary Morgan, Maria Pia
Conzani, Annette Arosemena, Yo-
landa Maiolini, Angela Maiolini,
Mafalqa Bellizzi, Anne Henriquez,
Patricia Quinn, Susie Potter, Sal Sally
ly Sally Harrolj, Nancy Acly.
Also, the Misses Ruth Gandy.
Mary Herbert, Helen Nils, Joanne
Lawler, Sue Knapp, Dottie Metz Metz-ger,
ger, Metz-ger, Barbara Elich, Cynthia Orr,
Peggy Ann Donovan, Paula Sulli Sullivan,
van, Sullivan, Penny Pennington, Maxime
Conover, Doris Bleakley, Donna
Jones, Joanne Johnston, Lendy
Marris, Josie Dibella, Marie Dii
bclla, .Virginia Dibella, Billy Sue
Spencer,: Forest Wise, Donna Jen Jen-kis,
kis, Jen-kis, Rebecca Abell, Linda, Jacobs,
setty uoppennaver, Grace Lomba Lomba-na,.
na,. Lomba-na,. Geri Griff, Joan Degenaar,
Virginia Reynolds, Gladys Mil Miller.
ler. Miller. Dorothy Miller, Julia May,
Dee Selby, Marie Girard. Peeev
Foiles,.- Gail Mullarky, Betty Cro
we, aniney Meyer, Melinda Mar Mar-sh.aU,
sh.aU, Mar-sh.aU, Connie Sampson, Gloria
Sampson, Carol Voortmeyer.'Sue
Mabie, Ruth Harmon, Sheila Gil Gil-bert,
bert, Gil-bert, Dianne Jacobs, Lynn Jones,!
Joan Dimpfl, Marilyn Howard,
varui reraniie. t -'j-
About 100 Italian Midshipmen
io enycciea io atteno.
Ca la Concert Fashion Shew
At British Imhiiw i
The progVam of the t Gala .Con .Concert
cert .Concert and Fashion Parade to be
n in me grounds of the British
Embassy at 8 p.m. on Monday,
Feb. 4, is as follows: National An Anthem,.
them,. Anthem,. Petite Suite for two pianos
v-uur euussy, A. tortegei b.
Minuet, c. Ballet by Mrs, Hender Henderson
son Henderson and Miss Beatrice Lyons; 'We
Sing to him", Henry Purcei Purcei-Chanson
Chanson Purcei-Chanson Epique", Ravels "Chanl
son A. Boire, Havel; pTolessor Fe Fe-derico
derico Fe-derico Jimeuo Baritone, Mrs. Hen;'
-caw!, juano; ballet Solo, yals8
Jriste. Sbeiiu h mic J-LVr
Acly; Praeludium and Allegro
v, "BWH Mianignt Bells
Kreisler, Caprice Vennois, Kreig.
w "ith."-' Caialoa de
Wunderuch Qf th Violin nd Pro Professor
fessor Professor Hans Janowitz at the Piano.
Alter a half hour intaruol r-.i.
woo de Cuna, Brenes, Para En-
7,1 Y-mo Lnarpentier and
laboga, Hicardo Fabrega wiU be
sung by professor Federico Jime
no, Baritone with Mrs. Henderson
Habanera, Ravel, Danza Espa-
hv ai,de W' m be Performed
b Mrs. Elame Canalos de Wiu
derhch at tha vii. u-"rr:
Hans janowitz at the Piano."1"4"
Pallet Sain ,.,.n
formeti by miss Barbara Acly;
with thl "n. WIU follow
-" '? ;
ii a I, . wmm-? &wmam.
JM1SS RUBY LILLIAN PABON Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Pabon
of, New .Cristobal announce the engagement of their, daughter.
Ruby Llllian-Pabon to Robert John Mitchell of Lafayette, Ind.
Mrs; Clara Hollenbaugh with Mrs.
Josephine Orsini. Mrs. Peggy Dun
can. Mrs. Candy Gardner, and
Mrs. Rita Gomez assisting, i
'Hard luck stories were told with
prizes coins to Mrs. Francis Gil
bert and M-Sgt. Robert Gardner,
those attending were: SFC and
Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Clara Houen Houen-baugh,
baugh, Houen-baugh, M-Sgt. and Mrs. Gardner,
M-Set. and Mrs. Hess. Mrs. Con
nie Hosklngs, SFC and Mrs. Go-i
mez, SFC and Mrs. Orsini, M-Sgt.
and Mrs. Johnson. M-Sgt. and Mrs.
Spence,- SFC and Mrs. Gilbert, M-
Sg:. and Mrs. Townsend, bhC and
Mrs. Morrison. M-Sgt. and Mrs.
Rodriguez, M-Sgt. and Mrs. VinasJ
SFC and Mrs. Him, M-Sgt. and
Mrs.' Hartley, SFC and Mrs. Criss,
M-Sgt. and Mrs. Barsi, Mrs. Veda
Van Pelt, and Mrs. Marian John
son, who is visiting M-bgt, ana
Door: prizes were won by M-Sgu
Townsend, SFC and Mrs. Criss,
SFC Gomenz, and M-Sgt. Hartley.
After dinner the group attend
ed the hard luck dance at the club.
Harnett and Dunn's
Harnett and Dunn's first Tenn-
age Jamboree for the 1957 season!
will be held this Friday night in
tne patio of the Amador
WASHINGTON (UPThe .gov
ernment mailed posters-today to
all post offices in the country
warning against the use of the so-
called Hoxsey cancer treatment.
The poster is the first Of its
kind ever issued by the Food and
Drug Administration ''against a
worthless remedy," t he agency
said, ; i r
The poster said an. Investigation
by the Food and Drug Adminis Administration
tration Administration found "not a single veri
fied cure of internal cancer" from
the Hoxsey treatment.
"Cancer can be cured only
through surgery or radiation, it
said, not through "the -lure of a
painless cure. ..as claimed by
s7n i-T'i ?. JSancy Aclv. Mlssiers' Open Mess,
aanora Ueta Bovrf h-i. A!.
ramburu, Miss Maruouel BoJ 'This party is for the interme-
rareaes, Miss Carmen GabaJdnn idiate class and new dances that
MKS vii.no r a ii. ..
IM Anolln sir ...
- mvBujiu mis a
Poliari .' '"J eair
- Mary morgan Gon
zalez, Miss Susan Potter and Mifs
nV.7 JMuees Arias.
wit concert wm 06 honoured
with the presence -nf lha JWr. r k
Mercedes Galindo dde 1. Gua":
a as president ofth. N,onil
Red Cross and shA u,m k .M-j
panied by His Excellency Mr. Erl
w iu uuaraia Jr.. Presi
dent of the Republic.
Mr Pedro Diaz wDl act as mas.
ter of ceremonies.
Fat Bailey Is Hostess
For Beta Chapter
in,,1"8, .Mr Monthly meet-
ma pi, Tl e cnaPr. eta Sig Sig-,
, Sig-, DJ, rorrty met at the home
of Pat Bailey in Gatun. Kay Ktontz
President, presided over the short
busines? meeting. Jn Coffey,
Cultural Program ri,.; :V
troduced the VubctTr the evt
ning, written by Barbara rnu
Z ,nte.rest,n. nl throughly en-1
JT' uiiea, Music in-
tluence on our lives."
At the" close of the' Cultural por
tion of the evening, Pat Bailey
In1 k Kaliii. T I a I
neomona, served re-i
itrsnmeois. it was announced that
the next meeting will be held at
the home of Boots Mitehall in n..
tun, and the guest speaker will be
Rev. Ray Blakely.
Those tttending the me e 1 1 n g
were-Boots Mitchell, Ruth Morris,
Ann Peterson, Nancy Ramsey, Mi
ckey Moore, Alice MeGann, Alice
Erixson, Anna May Butcher, Kay
Klontz, Betty Oden. Levene Stroon.
Kelly Wainfo, Jean Coffey? Jean
Judge, Pat Bailey and Evelyn Redmond.
are included are the Polka and tht
La Varsouvianna. On the program
are games, prizes and contest
dancings Parents and their friends
are urged to come as one of the
features of the Jamboree is the
parent and student dar.ee.
Presence .f Jh" First tZTT''- V
atriage biassea lenignr
Sharpen up oil Gorin's point
hcount, Culbertson's honor count,
or follow JacOby s daily bridge
hand;, but plan to attend the new
classes of bridge being held at the
USO-JWB Armed ForcesService
center tonignt v:au.
The class, designed for all-level
players beginners to advanced.
is under the direction of Mr. Har Harry
ry Harry Friedland of the Marine Bureau.
Foursomes are welcomed but ot
There is no charge for the class
held as a public service by the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
To Regular School
LONDON, Jan. 29 (UP) Prince
Charles, 8, has graduated from
private tutors to regular school
sessions with other children,
Buckingham Palace revealed
The school is in the Belgravla
section of London, an area filled
with diplomatic legations and
The Prince is driven to and
from the school iand Buckingham
Palace which is only a few blocks
SoDsatlonal new (reaselass
Cuticura Medicated Liquid
nwpa asm oiscomlort I
irutantly-.tpMdB ro- I
lief of extornally I
canaad pimploa, J
rashes', moaquito I
i bites, fresh sunburn, I
athleta'a foot Buy!
Ft. Culick NCO Wives
The Ft Gulick NCO Wives Qub
held their monthly social, a hard
luck dinner, recently in the Bam
boo Room with their husbands as
Chairman for the affair was
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FRI.i FEB. 1st
A complete on hour-
840 kcs., Panama Oty
1090 Kcs., Colon
" Telephones t 2-3068 Fanantt
Today Tuesday; Jan. t9
4:30What's Your Favorite (rewl
; ; i quests taiten py piwua
v tui 3:001 .
:35What' Your, F T 0 r t
' tconi aj
a-nn-dAllen Jackson ( News)
8:15 BLUE RIBBON 8PORTB
' REVIEW (Pfcbst Beer)
6:80 On stage America
- (WRUL) '"
7:00 Interlude Tor Music-
7:15 HOW. CHRISTIAN SCI-
t ENCE HEALS"
. 7:S0-VOA Report Prom U.8.
: 00-World Of Jazs
i: so Life with The Lyon
;00 Yow Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken py phone
-W 7:30)' s, f v
10: JO Music From Hotel El Pan
amtt ;.' '...','..
10:45 Tempi Of Dreama
11:00 Concert Under The Stan
'Tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. SO
:00 Sien on Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken by
; phone tiu 700) s
7:30 Mornine Salon Concert
l:15-vChurch In The Wildwood
S: 30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30-Parls Star Time
10:15 Spins and Needles (re-
Suests taken by phone
11:00 News ...
U :05 Spins in 4 Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Lunchtime Melodies
12:15 MEL ACHRINQ MUSI-
W:30-Sweet And Hot
1:00 News I
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 French In The Air
2:00r-Tex Beneke Show
J:15Freddy Martin Show
2:302-Mtiale ror You r
1:00 Hank snow And Hi
. . Rainbow Ranch Boys
. I: IB Sammy Kaye Show
j ajo jviusio- or iveanesaa;
4 : 00--Feature Review 1
4:30 What' Your rarorlt
(requests take n by
. phone tui 3:00)
5:35 What's Your P a y 0 r i t
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
' Proirram i t
: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
; REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Hall OMyy
7:30-!.VOA Report From OA
6:00 Music By Roth
: 30 Musical Theater
B:00-rYou Asked For it (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
ll:00-4.Concert Under The Stars
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Atomlcos, an outstandlnf acrobatic; duo from Cuba,, have Just -completed
a very successful tour throngh South America and
Mexicd. I Their fast stepping original and comic antics have
amazed and delighted many audiences. .They will appear in
the show at the lth Annual Policemen's' Ball on the Atlantic
isiqe, ; Thi baa :will be held at the Stranger Club
;r r FHday, Feb, i. s
tack settee for huhisiee I rata
column t heuld be aakmittaaT in
tye-writtB form ni mUti to bjm
of the ao aumbtrt fjstad alaily h
"Social and Otlierwlta.V er dallvar dallvar-a
a dallvar-a hf hi ta the office. Noticot of
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Baptit Sunday Schaeli '"'!
Leaders Meet Tomorrow
The Sunday School and officers
of the First Baptist Church of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights will be meeting to-,
morrow night at seven o'clock;
under the leadership of i Mr. Rob Robert.
ert. Robert. L. Snyder, Superinte n d e n t
el a f -1 11 ) 'i, v j-
aunuay otuuoi pians- wiu ue oib oib-cussed
cussed oib-cussed following the showing of
the Sunday School film entitled
"No ; Vacint Chairs." The" entire
church is invited to. sit in one the
showing oX the film and the busi
ness to' be discussed.
c ; 1 ...pi, 5-',) i .i '';.i--,v'
' Folio wins the Sunda e h e 1
meeting the Bible question to be
answered by the .pastor, wuiiam
H. Beeby,. will bexVIoe Judges
eleven indicate that a human sa
crlflce was made to God?" The
Bible study preceding the prayer
meeting wiu be taken from fixoa-
us, "the Coverings and the Veil
of the Tabernacle." All Sunday
School teachers and workers are
urged to be on hand promptly at
seven 0 ciocjc,
rSLfF' I Hkvc ro ica tne
Morning Guild Of St! Luke's
Meets' Tomorrow :
The February meeting of the
Morning Guild of St. Luke's Ca
thedral, Episcopal. Aflcon. will
take place tomorrow morning at 9
in the Bishop's House. The Rev.
John H. Townsend will, address
members on a topic of spiritual
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Nothing is much more annoy annoying
ing annoying than to have someone tele tele-nhone
nhone tele-nhone late at night about a
matter that could easily wait
until the next day and then say
"I hope r didn't wake you." If
you-think it might be' past a
person's bedtime don't tele-'
phone unless it Is absolutely
That Is real thoughtfalness.
nop an apology for an Incon
siderate act that could have
been avoided. X
-.ft f' "h : 1 '
Continuing the Gufld i policy of
contributing vital foodstuffs to the
Beua vista Children's Home, it is
requested that members bring ei either
ther either macaroni or canned milk for
Paraiso Federal ', 5 '
The annual meeting of Mem Members
bers Members of the Paraiso Federal Cred.
it Union will be held at the
Music Room of the Paraiso High
School, Thursday, at 7:3Q pjn.
The agenda will Include re reports
ports reports of officers, Nomination Nomination-Election
Election Nomination-Election of officers and declara declaration
tion declaration of dividend.
A special fll mon Credit Un Union
ion Union activities will also be, fea featured.
tured. featured. x-
The enttfe community is in invited
vited invited to attend. 7.
One' hundred passengers.' ara
scheduled to sail (or 'Cristobal
this afternoon froratIewiYorB:
aboard the Panama. liner Cris
tobal. Forty passengers are booif
ea ror pprt-au-Pnnce,; Haio' Haio'-The
The Haio'-The complete advance rnas
.aenger list for Cristobal follows:
Mr." and Mr. Winfield Ander
son; Mr.' and Mrs.'ChaxIea
Baake. Mr Max Bauer; Mr. and
Mrs. William' Barrett: .Mr,
and r Mrs. Max .Blanshaft: Mr.
and rs. o. Edward Brersr' tsrael
Berkenfeld,' Mr-; and Mr.'' John
A. callan; Mr..,and Mr. :Michel
Chamolce : Iw, and Mrs. Walter
Clarkr.Mr;, and Mr; Francl J.
D'Amanfla; Mr;' and Mr. '. C C-Phillip
Phillip C-Phillip V Dean; Mr. and Mrs..
Maurice T. JDunn; Mrs. Mary ,p.
Dunn: Georgf J. Dyerj Mr"; and
Mrs: Mark Ellingaon; Mf,and
rs'Qscar; Flsherr-'MtianrV Mrs'.
Galen Jff. Gates; John Giancyf
Mr. and" Mrs. Martin Goldberg;.
Mr., and -Mrs. Frankr Gobdwlnj'
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gdoze ; and
Mr. and Mrs, Bernard oreen
Mr. Lena Haa:- Mr. end Mr.
John M. Hamilton; :Dr.'.iTi4
Mrs.! Harold J.Hoops; 'MV. ; find
Mrs.' William .Kaneels; Mt'tjnd
Mrs.'Al Katz; Mr: 8arah-KMn;
Miss,, Estelle Xorra: -M14s' Elea
nore Leslie: Mr: and Mrs. Pdwin
W. Lewis; Mr. Andrew M". Lleber-
mann: mnald M. Luker Mr. and
Mrr William Maier: Mri -and
Mrs. Fritz Metzcer; and Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Murner. -f'f ?:
Miss Mamret" NicodemjiMri
and Mrs. Robert. F. Olds; Mr.
end Mrs.-Charles S. Puieo and
daughter; Mrs. r..6rraln postal;
Dr. and Mrs. Ralph pevat; Mr,.
.susnn -R'nenart; Mn ana Mr.
Paul Roddy: Mr. -and M's. Hil Hilton
ton Hilton A. Fhss11;- Mr. and Mrs.
ChArte Ruth: Mrs. Alfrf d
Saupe: Mr:' and Mr. Henry C.
Schmidt: MT and Mrs: Otto'W.
Schmidt:- Mr. and .Mg. 'Starilff
Schuster: Mr. Msdalynn 1C
ShacWette: Meyer -Soiferrr Mr. Mr.-and
and Mr.-and Mrs. Shales F; SnorHn; t)r.
and Mr. EwaH Stem: Mr. and
Mr. Al Weinberg; Theodbrt
Wiehern; Mr. and Mrs. R. f!.
Wilson: Mr, and Mrs. Martiflt
Zimmerman; and Mrs. Victoria
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t'ilS" fA.NA.tlA A.ULKHAN
A.V IVJIifrfc'MJLM KAIL Nt.VVif AfEK
US Supreme f curl
tjrfcri ixi Trial
For Ben Go!d ;
' "' urn i n 1JW..1W i,niiinl.;ii;.ifc
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The supreme ?ourt today ordered
, new trial for New York labor
leader Ben -Gold, who wa con convicted
victed convicted of falseiy sVearing that he
was not a Compunist. .) t
' Ihe court, netted to 'decide i
whether JNew York underworld
leader Frank Costello was sen sen-tenced
tenced sen-tenced under the wrong federal
- law? for income tax evasion. He
could get off with a lighter sen-
T- ;-(- ivirrmT-- iinvii I1"l Hi il mini I nil
T -. 1
- 1 he court voted 6 to 3 to void
the 1954 v conviction of Gold, for
mer head of the Fur and Leather vf
'Workers Union I fc1
false son Communist affidavit t -,
wiui tne wauonal Labor Relations f UfTff' kflv
Board and falsely denying-that he H --'f 2 5 r 1 : f
supported liny organization teach-. f 'fi ': "lTj 1
Jng the overthrow of the govern- 'J' ,T 'PTfi I18- .v
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.Gold publicly resigned from the
Communist" party in 1930 in order
to comply -.vith a Taft Hartley
Jaw requirement that -union 6f fj-
Cials filfr' nnn-r.nmmiinist : nntho
Ijv Th governmen. contended the re re-ignatioo
ignatioo re-ignatioo was a fake. '..
ine aupreme vourt aeciarea his
trial was Invalid because FBI
agents, checking up on a related
case, inadvertently, questioned
three members of the jury.
" -..- ' '
; It said this amounted to "offi "official
cial "official intrusion into the privacy of
the jury...the fact that the intru-i
sion was unintentional does not re remove
move remove the effect of the intrusion."
1 Int he Costello case, the "Court
will decide whether the five-year
prison m'e-;ce he received for
tax evasion was too stiff.. Costelld
contends he should have been sen sentenced
tenced sentenced under a different statute
w'ct Ms one-year limit on
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.The court had previously upheld -inaT Tl?9 "g'o-rrenc j)omD&rdment recklessly flattened te Suez burned in the naval bombardment,. (C) The area round Government troops moving into the city had reached when the commander of the
Sear wguTenft the Sna" Cinal trmi"al city of Port Said, the British information Services Square, (D) A burned out section of Port Said's: Shanty Town, (E) Egyptian garrison called a ceasefire. Foreground is the Suet Cin'ifj
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1957
IWinston Brown Gets Call
For Second Place Beermen
t Righthander Eli Grba of the Jast place Carta
i .Vieja Yankees gets a tough assignment' tonight
? against the second place Cerveza Balboa Beermen.
The Yankees are faced with the possibility of being
eliminated from the race.
Season Shifts To
Boston This Week
A defeat would- eliminate the
Yankees from the race. Carta Vie
ja has only three remaining games
after tonight and a setback would
; leave them two and one half
games back of the league leading
Chesterfield Smokers and two
games behind the Beermen.
Even if they should take 'their
three, remaining games after suf suffering
fering suffering a loss tonight, it would be
impossible for them to overtake
both the Smokers and the Beer Beer-saen.
saen. Beer-saen. Scheduled to oppose the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees in their "must" effort, is
righthander- Winston Brown of the
Smokers. Brown blanked-the Yan Yan-1
1 Yan-1 kees with a five-hitter in his last
1 start. His record is 1-2 for the I
season and 1-1 against Carta Vie Vieja.
Grba is 3-5 on the season and 0-2
aeainst Cerveza Balboa. The Beer
men have beaten the Yankees
eight times in their twelve meet
This game is also important to
the Beermen because a win would
place them only a half-game back
on the eve of an important three
game series against the league
leaders that starts tomorrow
A large "Ladies Night" crowd
is exDectecl to attend mis im
portant game a "do-or-die" con
test for the Yankees and a crucial
one for the Beermen.
; i,i By BREWMASTER
Winston Brown, the little
right hander from Bocas d e 1
. Toro, is manager Leon Kellman's
tcjioice to face the carta Vieja
'Yankees In tonight's encounter
at. wic owuiuiii. w iiii o'a
'maining contests to play, the
Beermen have their work well
cut out for them. At present
tyley are Just one game behind
Every game this week Is a
crucial one. Each club has a
chance to cop the bunting
. with the Smokers having the
best option. However, Beer Beermen
men Beermen supporters are of the
strong opinion that their club
. is equal to the task, wh'ch can
be simplified if they emerge
victorious in the three-game
? game aeries with the leaders
critic'sms at the opening of
the season, the league has
weathered the storm and will
not only complete the sched schedule,
ule, schedule, but will go on record as
having produced the closest
pennant race ever to be stag staged
ed staged by in the history of base baseball
ball baseball in the republic. And that
includes the Canal Zone.
-Tonight's game Is a "must"
for the Yankees. For them to
win the championship they
must win all four of their re remaining
maining remaining games. This sounds
quite a bit on the miraculous
stde.- T accomplish this, the
Beermen will have to lose-at
least three of their remaining
six games. Three of the six are
with the Yankees.
Despite various damaging
Friends of Herman Charles,
hustling hot corner guardian of
the Beermen, will be glad to
know that he is again fit for
duty. Beaned last week by a
Davie pitch, he was taken to
San Fernando Clinic where he
was ordered to remain under
observation for a day or two.
However we hardly think it sowpii
nnn Wmoa lr Intn I
possible that he can break into
the lineup. The way a 1 o n s o
Brathwaite is going in the Beer Beermen
men Beermen lineup, it would be rather
unwise to remove him.
John Glenn, Beermen cen cen-tertfelder
tertfelder cen-tertfelder continues to lead
the homerun race with five,
but he is hard pressed by E E-lias
lias E-lias Osorio and Clyde Parris
of the Smokers who are just
one behind. The slender fly
hawk is having- s great sea season
son season this year. His present bat batting
ting batting mark is .326 and his 16
RBI's are second only to lead leader
er leader Tony Bartirome of the
Yankees who hag 18.
WASHINGTON (UP) The most
surprising indoor track season in
recent years shifts to Boston, this
week for the Boston A.A, Games
with foot-racing fans wondering
when the mile stars will start to
The two latest meets, at Phila
delphia : Friday and here on Sat
urday, produced nothing but but
Like the continued failure Of
Laszlo Tabori, the Hungarian
four-minute miler who came, here
rather than return home after the
Olympic Games. Tabori finished
second in a two-mile in Boston a
week ago, third at the same dis distance
tance distance Friday, and then dropped
out' with a "stomach ache" here.
Tabori will .skip this week'si
meet and make his next appear
ance in the one mile run In the
Millrose Games in New York.
nets, y, and his coach promised
today that Laszlo will be "strong
er for that race.
Surprise No. 2 has been the fail.
ure of sprint record holder Dave
!ime of Duke to win so far. Ira
Murchison of Chicago, an Olym
pian, beat Sime at 50 yards in
Philadelphia, at 70 and 80 yards
here, and then Sime was disquali disqualified
fied disqualified for three false starts as fiye-foot-four
Ira captured the 100 yard
uasn ior a ciean sweep.
Murchison, pole vault star Rev.
Bob Richards of La Verne, Calif
hurdler Lee Calhoun, and runner
Tom Courtney of Livingston, N.J.,
were ine uiympic team members
wno am win Here.
Richards, two t i m e Olympic
vauu cnampion, cleared 15 feet
again to win his event. Calhoun,
Olympic 110-meter hurdles cham
pion, set a new world inrinnr
ord of 8.2 seconds for the 70-yard
mgii nuraies. isut Courtney's easy
victory in the 1.000 vard run was
tainted by the absence of Arnip'
nis nemesis from Pitts-
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CHS, BHS In First 'Crucial'
Contest Of Baseball Season
burgh who has beaten him twirt
this season but withdrew to favor
an injured ankle.
By HERBERT MOISE
y L4 ROCK
( "in 1 TyiN
t- : Kiy 1 STORY
I HE WAS
7 ( BORN
j yNTO PLAYI
r 1 (lam WYi Ifzmr&i
SBEWWDOLETOII WnXUM CAMPBELL
Penn State 78 Rutgers 77 (2 ot)
L,aiayeue 94 st. josepni 87
LaSalle '84 Pennsylvania 73
Villanova 95 Seton Hall 92 (ot)
Manhattan 62 Siena 54
Navy 77 Georgetown 66
Springfield 55 Hofstra 53
Colgate 96 Connectieut 86
Temple 70 Lebanon Valley 57
St. Bonaventure 79 Duquesne 63
Fordham 85 Army 65
Canisius 80 Wayne University 68
Oklahoma A&M 68 Loyola (111) 58
Micnigan St. 72 Minnesota 59
St. Louis U. 88 Tulsa 67
Western Ky. 80 DePaul 76 (ot)
Illinois 99 Notre Dame 81
Kansas State 70 Arkansas 56
Ohio State 83 Northwestern 73
Purdue 74 Valparaiso 65
Miami (Ohio) 88 Cincinnati 76
Butler 92 Indiana State 74
Louisville 57 Dayton 56
Murray 83 Eastern Kentucky 66
neniucicy si vanderbilt 83
West Virginia 90 Furman 82
South Carolina 90 Wofford 71
Auburn 73 Georgia 66
Florida 92 Alabama 71
Virginia 78 VMU 54
Georgia Tech 84 Tennessee 77
Baylor 70 Tex. Christian 64
Montana 60 Montana State 46
Brig. Young 69 St. Marys (Cal) 65
Idaho St. 65 Oklahoma City 56
Washington St. 74 Oregon 67
Washington 58 Oregon State 51
San Fran. 80 Olympic Club 64
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IJTHE YOUNG GUNS"
COLON The dignity of a na nation
tion nation rests in the hands of a few
men. To be exact, the members of
the Comision Nacional de Nata Nata-cion
cion Nata-cion y Water Polo.
The activities of these men and
the events they sponsor and sup support
port support are not given as wide a pub
licity as our other major sports,
since swimming and water poio
are secondary sporting events here
on the isthmus, because ot tnis,
many irregularites are overlooked
or just not know to tne general
Despite the lack of publicity
these water sports are suffering,
they nevertheless are conducted
on Panamanian soil (or water as
the case may be) and therefore
are up for public scrutiny and
During the past two years, the
national horizon of water sports
was a' dark gloomy panorama.
But up came Clifford Duffus of
Colon and injected new life and
light into this sport. So much was
I.M 4! J.
uunus an muueuce inai many
who heretofore did not know that
Panama had a swimming pool be
ean taking notice.
Duffus bas broken every existing
record from sprint to long dis
tance marks and to add to this,
Clifford has broken a record in
every meet that he has participat
ed in. It was becoming interest
ing to see Duffus finish while his
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other opponents were stil strugg struggling,
ling, struggling, apparently in another race.
It was never a rarity of late to
hear that "Duffus has broken an another
other another record his own."
Despite all the glitter that this
Colon lad has brought to swim swimming,
ming, swimming, he has not received the lau laurels
rels laurels he deserves. That is plainly
understood, Panamanian athletes
are never given the ballvhoo thev
deserve. Cases in point Hector
Lopez, nrst lull-fledged major
leaguer and isidro Martinez, win winner
ner winner of his debut against a sixth sixth-ranking
ranking sixth-ranking contender.
An invitation from the Metro
politan Swimming Association! of
Miami is presently being studied
by the Panama counterpart
MSWOM. In a release of the Drob
able swimmers who are to make
the trip if Panama, accents. Clif
ford Duffus' name was conspicu
ous by its absence, as the par paradox
adox paradox goes. .Reason offered, for, this
omission is that colored people are
not allowed to swim in Miami
pools. Duffus Is a Panamanian
and should be considered only as
a Panamanian and for that rea reason
son reason if Duffus can't swim in Miami
pool, then Panama can't swim in
The ugly and Insane practice
of racial discrimination is being
fought fervently all over the world
and most strikingly in the United
Mates. Men have seriously dedicat
ed themselves to the cause and
should the Panama commission of
Swimming and Water Polo accept
tnis invitation and not carry Duf
fus on the grounds that he is col
ored. then indirectly we as a na
tion populated with both white and
colored people and founded on the
principle that all men are created
equal can no longer hold our beads
up with dignity.
It is our opinion that this is no
longer a local (Commission) deci
sion but should be taken up by
the Foreign Office of Panama. If
we are trying to enforce our laws
against discrimination and then
the Swimming Commission goes a
head and accepts this Miami invi
tation then what good are our
laws against this odious practice?
It is not too late, as the Panama
body has not accepted but is still
studying the proportion proffered
by the Metropolitan Swimming As
sociation of Miami. The Mlamian
offered to pay for room and board
with the round trip fares paid by
We are not advocating that Duf
fus be forced onto the list of oom
petitors and subject not only the
youngster but a whole nation to
humiliation but that we should
make it known the world over that
we have refused an invitation be because
cause because of the existing discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination in Miami. As we said before
'the dignity of a nation rests in
the hands of a few men." And
responsible, upright and dedicated
men we hope tney are.
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lomgnts baseball game, be between
tween between Balboa and r-ristnhal
High Schools will be the first of
what will probably be a series
of the "crucial" type of game
in this league. With the season
rapidly approaching the midway
point, .eacn game ironv here on
takes on the hue of a title de
Starting at 7 o'clock tonight
at Balboa's new pink and yel yellow
low yellow stadium the Tigers from
CHS will be intent on playing
their best ball of the season to
take home the victory and move
themselves up to a share of the
top rung In the standings.
uristoDars team ha,s shown
eady improvement in all de
partments of the game. It is
nanny iiKeiy tney wnj. boot tne
ball round to the tune of 11 mis mis-cues
cues mis-cues tonieht.-like thev1 did the
last time these two teams met.
These errors practically handed
the game to the Bulldogs, &1 &1-thoug
thoug &1-thoug hit must be said the BHS
boys came through with some
timely hits to give substantial
aid to their own cause. They al
so got a nne pitching perform performance
ance performance from Wayne Wall, their ace
Perhaps the biggest improve improvement
ment improvement in the CHS team is in the
hitting. Against Raul Swalm of
Junior College they got 9 big
hits, but what's more important
is that Keith Kulig came
through in the clutch with a
bases loaded home run. Those
are the kind of hits that break
up ball games and start the op opposition
position opposition on the down grade. In
addition, the Tigers got S con consecutive
secutive consecutive hits against J.C. which
accounted for many of their 13
Balboa has been an In and
out team all season. At times
they have looked good, but oth other
er other timeg they have not been very
Impressive. There can be little
cuestlon that they have the PO'
tentlal to take the title. With
two All-League lnfielders from
last season in the nersons of
Dan Wlnklosky at short and
Owen Sutherland at second, plus
a top ingnt pitcner in wau tne
Bulldogs certainly have the
Editorl CONRADO SARGEANT
Teams ' ; Won
Chesterfield.. .. .i 14
Cerveza Bajboa., 12
Carta Vieja. 4 12
TONIGHT'S GAME At Panama
'Carta Vieja vs. Cerveza Balboa.
Game Time; 7:30 p.m.
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Standings Jan. 27)
v.:; w L
Coco Solito Cubs
Mutual of Omaha
Coco Solo Braves
Thursday afternoon, at Mar
garita Little League Field, the
Police Pais took advantage or
the coco Solo Braves habit of
one bad inning to pull a win
out of the fire after trailing for
four innings. An 11 run fifth
cave the Police a 17 to 12 vio
tory for their fourth win of the
The came was poorly played
with neither starting pitcher
finishing. Kenny smith was re
lieved hv Joe off in who iook
tho Hn na rlos Reaholt wa the
losing pitcher and was' removed
in the fifth when he was shaken
up in a play at tne piaie. kowi
and carpenter; led the stickers
with three hits each.
Fvtra hasn nils were maue oy
McElhorte, Clancy, Bonzoumet,
and Bullmgton, ail being uou
tia Knr score:
PnlHr. Pals AB H K E
Watson 2h 0 0 U U
Crumpr 3b ..... .v. iy
Brayton, 3b 3
Karninskl, ss 4..4-
Smith, p, lb
Clancy, rf i
jonebloed. rf 2
park. If .". J
Carpenter, if a
Barber, cf i
Orr, cf 3
coffin, lb. d
Cooper, c ....4,
Totals 31 17 10 2
Coco Solo Braves
Seabolt, p 2 u z i
Montez, If 0 0 0 0
Roth, c.p ? ? V
Rice, ss I
Hardisty, 3b, c z J
nnTKniimet. rf ......4 12 0
Diillinirtnn IVl 3 0 2
Oliphant, 2b v 3 1 0 0
Ualraninn rf 2 1 0 0
Sharlch, 3b, If 3 0 0
ed the Coca Cola Bottlers 14 t
10 In Saturday afternoon"s con contest.
test. contest. Both teams played ragged
ball and the Cubs can consider
thenfseves. very lucky to1 have
been able to take the game aft after
er after trailing most of the way.
The cubs played without the
services of .their star catcher
Octavio comacbo, who left the
Isthmus last week. His loss will
be A very great one to the cubs,
and his big bat and steadying
influence behind the bat will b
missed by the Cubs as well as by,
Liitte League fans. ,'
, The coca Cola Bottlers cams
very close to knocking ntt th
team which has led .the leau
all season, and served notice
that they are tmshovers-for n
one. Mario Wllamarzotook the
win his third of the season
While Norman Hutnhtnsnn nro
charged with the Iav
cuos ar R n
McNamee. 2b 4 t n
Rainey, cf 4 1 2
Vlllamarzo, q, p 5 2 3'
Qulnn. ss. c s 1 1 :
Baranlck, rf 4 0 1
mm, 3b 4 1 J
Henriquez. Cf ...2 2
tsiaiKowsKi. ih . 1 1 n n
Hefner, ss ...I 2-0 n
jodlce, p, 2 2 t.I .0
-Trials i. UivJW tt.Jl-
wuaor. n; in .... 5
Tobin, If t...........a
Peterson, ss ..,....,.4
Dockery, c 3
Hutchinson, 2b, p ...3
Sanchez, lb 3
Burns. 2b ,, ...0
0 ; 0
1 ; 0
The fact Is. on paner at least.
it is somewhat difficult to find
a real weak spot in the Balboa
outfit. Bob Hamilton has done
a fine lob at first and .with the
bat. Ritchie More has beenade beenade-ouate
ouate beenade-ouate at third, but a bit of a
disapnointment in the hitting
department. Wlnklosky is always
slow to get started with his
bingles. and in the abbreviated
Tnterscholastic League sewsn
this is a real handicap, but Bull
dog sunporters hone he will
come around starting tonight.
The Bulldog outfield has been
strong all season with any three
of four boys out there.- Charlie
FTench in center, Don Ryter in
right, and either George Trimble
or Lem Kirkiand in left, have
given too grade performances
an season. Ryter incidentally.
has been the hitting surprise of
tne season, having come through
with timely hits in Just about
every game this year. Against
th Tigers last time he picked
up a ior 3.
- Many say one of the reasons
baseball is such a fine game is
that any team can beat anoth
er team in its class on a given
night. So when you ret a cou couple
ple couple of evenly matched fams
like the Tigers and the Bun Bun-dogs.
dogs. Bun-dogs. It Is hard to name a de decided
cided decided favorite. However, off the
earlier victory and the pitching
of Wall, the Bulldogs should be
picked to take another big
hurdle toward their fourth suc successive
cessive successive baseball crown.
BHS official have announced
that an admission charge of SO
cents will be made to see. the
game, and spectators are re reminded
minded reminded to use the gate on the
Clinton Street side of the Sta
Tntuls 25 12 8 4
sonn hv fnnlnrs
Police pals 003 3110 10 z
D...H nftn 4 2012 8 4
Friday afternoon's game was
th most exciting or tne year as
mi Mnriand'. Pirates came uo
with a four run sixth inning to
defeat Mutual 4 to 3.
rhuckie Bath, the Mutual
twirler was invincible until the
four run, four hit atttack
hrnnoht Mm his first defeat.
The ble Inning started with two
nut and two men on DBSe. WW
Will singled, to drive in the first
run. L. J. Chrlstoph keot we ou
rolling with a uoo slnl to ri?ht
rorin another run. with a man
on second and third, wickey tn
hit straight down the middle
scoring the tie ana winning
runs. He was thrown out at attempting
tempting attempting to reach third to close
Too much cannot pe saw ior
the Pirate pitcher L. J. Chrls Chrlstoph,
toph, Chrlstoph, who hurled a terrific two
hitter in which all three runs
against him were unearned.
Chrlstoph's .win made him the
first twirler in the looo to chalk
up three. To date he has pltc!v
H thr rnmnlet vames with
only 2 earned runs being scored
Chin, c ....3
Alberga, s 3
Cortez, cf .3
Hilty, 3b 3
Scheldegg, rf ........2
Will, lb 3
Chrlstoph, p ........3
Hlckey. 2b ....3
Sanders, If ........... I
........24 10 .9
Score bv Inning v ;
Cubs 132 026 14 12 1
Coca Cola 0....43 300 10 8 9
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
W L ..Pet,-
.4 1 .B00
.3 2 r .600
..2 3 ; .400
.2 4. rf .33
.0 6 .000
1414, unloosed an ava-
Spur Cola ..
Elks 1414 ....
lanche of base hits and runs
yesterday afternoon, and smoth.
ered the last place team Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Agency by the score of 11
to 0 on eleven hits.
Seymour Agency used three
hurlers in an effort to stop the
lodgemen without any results.
In the meantime, Qulros, pitch pitching
ing pitching for the Elks, allowed only
two hits and shut out the Sey
mours. He had good support from
his teammates, wno 01a not
make any errors.
Mullins lea tne hit paraae for
the Elks with three hits and.
three runs, followed closely by
Burganer, Quiros and Burton
with two bingles apiece.- One of
Quiros' safeties was a circuit
Elks 1414 AB R
Burganer, If 4 2
Mullins, 2b 4 3
Stouonor, ss s z
Quiros, p 4 2
Burton, 3b 4 1
Lincoln, c 3 0
Matheny, ri 1 u
Mc Grath, rf 1 0
Berger. lb 3 1
HummeL cf 0
poore, cf 0 0
arlson, cf, p, lb .,..3 0
Anderson, 2b 3 O
pearl, ss 2 0
Boatwright, e 3 0
Arosemena, lb, p .2 0
Raymond, 3b 3 0
Blaney, If 2
Moses, rf 1 0
Calleja,p,cf 1 0
ToUl 24 4 5 2
Muttai of Omaha I
Lum. ss 3 0 0 0
Field, e 2 O 0
Wainio, lb ... 100
Barra, 3b ...3' 110
Bath-p ; 2 10 1
Hauser. 2b ..........2 0 11
Rief, rf 3 0 0 1!
Sanders, If 2 0 9- t
Blilison, If ..1 0 0 0,
Dockery, f 0 0. 0
ToUls 21 3 3 I
Score by Ininrs
Pirates; 000 0044 0 2
Mntual .....r..O03 000 3 2 3
The Coco Solito Cubs efeat-
Todcy ncanto J25 .15
Let Barker In
Duel In The Misaisslppr
Rita Hayworth In
Today -IDEAL i JO.'.IO
, SEA HOCND" -Chapters
" j TAMTLT SECRET
pons American Legion s Pacific
. .V V V I f ., : H ;t
Fred Raybourne Hurls
College To 10-3 Win
FACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Team 1 X '. W t
Lucky Strike ............2 0
Balboa High 1 1
Jiininr Pnllesre .....1 ... .2
American Lesion ... .0 1
; iAt n'rht'a result
Junior College 10 Am. Legion 3
i Tomorrow Nignta umw i
Balboa -Stadium 7:00 p.m.
Lucky Strike v Balboa High
The Junior college -collegians
nniitiri t.h debut of the Ameri
can Legionnaires last night at
Balboa stadium 'toy trouncing
the newcomers 10 to 3.
Alth6ugh held in check by the
tight pitching or Freer itay-
showed tbat-tberwere going; tP
hare a preuy gooa lesan on
field and once the playersget in
shape the other ;teams wiu ,oe ui
ior some rough nights.
Amri(ftn. T.earion nushed B-
cross their runs, in She top of
the first; when RayDouroe guy,
up two of the three walks he al allowed
lowed allowed over the- routend two
costly Infield errors and a field fielder's
er's fielder's choice allowed the Legion tp
take a 3 run lead, -r
Raybourne, led of tin the Coir
lege second with lone home
run to right for the winners first
run and. College scored what,
proved to' be the 'winning run
with- a three-run rally in the
third, Three bases on halls by
tarter Wally Trout plus singles
by Lou Charles and Raybourne
pumas ........ ...2
.Tho big1 fuit4r the. Pumas
ounded of f ; yesterday aV ; the
Fastlich. bau- parit ana cvvviw
with neat -pitching bySchwarz-
rock won easuy oy a w-a
There is no doubt now about
retting the ball over thefence
as Barley blasted two. Bateman
and Parker getting one each.
Barley Is the flrat player to date
to hit two home runs In one
?Tht Pumas scored two in. the
first on home runs by Barley
and Bateman, three in the c c-md
md c-md on a double by Bateman and
a single by Roe, two in the third
n a home run by Barley and
single .by Hatting, two to the
fourth on a dooble by Bateman
and singles by Klamco and
pearl;- three in the fifth on a
tingle by Barley, four walks and
a hit batsman.:.
- The Conejos scored one In the
frisfc on singles by Chassln and
Miller and a double by R. Scott
and two in the fourth on a sln sln-itle
itle sln-itle by Miller and a home run by
. ror the .Conejos,, Miller. with
two for three, wag the leading
batter. For the .Pumas, Barley
and Bateman were tied with
three for four. ;; i
put the collegians in the lead
and thev were never heaaed,
Willie McKeown. playir.g In
his first came for College, nan
died the slants of Raybourne -in
grand fashion and hammered
out a two run homer in the Col
lem fiv. run fifth. The addition
of McKeown. and the return to
fbrm of Coach Stu Brown's
nttrhinir staff malt thf Onllfiee.
men a contender after suffering
men i mnwn aer nuwui th e flrst and last place teams,
two humU ating defeat, lasu At the end, of "fieven week,
week in Twlloop play.
The fair jsized crowd on hand
at the tame witnessed the two
outstanding fielding plays of the
young season. win Nickisner
robbed Lou Charles of an extra
base blow in, the first with a
back handed stab of a smash o o-ver
ver o-ver the bag-at, third and threw
the runner out tp end the. first
mninK. Oeoree Holt. Legion iert
fielder, furnished h e mother
fielding gem with a diving tum tumbling
bling tumbling catch in foul territory in
left field after a Ion? run.
College ended a mild hit fam
ine combine the offerings of
Wally .Trput and Sebasthin Ca-
sagranae ior ten oasenns witn
Joe Cicero collectin 2 for 3,
Fred Raybourne 2 for 3 and Lee
Cotton hammerme out two
triples in two official trips to
the. plate. '. (
Ronnie Mead, Legion second-
sacker, led the hitters in the
game garneriner three hits in
four trios with Bob Riaere cnec ic
ing in with the only other Le Legion
gion Legion basehit.
Wednesday night the' league,
leading Lucky Strikers meet the
second place Balboa High..
Wayne Wall will gi to the
mound for the Rcnooiooys ana
Charley Hlnz will toe the robber
for Lucky strike.
The box score:
- v An R
Mead. 2b 4
McGlade, ss ......3
Marietta,-er jf ...2
Holt. If, c ...3
Ridge, rf 3
Nickisher. R., o ..2
McArthnr, cf o
Nickisher, W., 3b ,2
McKeown A.. 3b
Trout, p -jt, ,..,.
Casagrande, p .
FT. CLATTON MIXED LEAGUE
At the end of the first round
of play .the BMB Wildcats are
In first place with a 18 won 10
lost record. This puts. them one
point ahead of the second place
The Honey Bears are in third
place only one point behind the
Connectors. The Dud's and Mat Matadors
adors Matadors are in a tie for fourth place
with a 13 won, l& lost record. ?
With 14 nights of bowling left
the leading teams will have ta
bowl some good games as there
is only seven points separating
the league standings are as fol
lows ;s w i
BMB Wildcats 18 V 10 13445
Connectors ...17 11 12908 I
River Rats ...16 12 11374 2
Dud's .........13 15 13257 5
Matadors .....13 15 13 55
Red Cats' .....12 16 12211
Aliby Cats ....12 16 12590' 6
Honey Bears ..11. 17 .13503
Results Jan 16, 1957
Red Cats lMatadors 3
River Rats 3 Honey Bears 1
,BMB Wildcats 1 Connectors 3
Dud's 2 Alley Cats
High Game Women
K.' Cfibat. 188
High Series Women
C. Moreno 440
High Game Men
TS. Blevlns 216
High Series Men
V. Burnett ............. 554
500 CLUB, R. Calbat 531
Top Five Average Women
M.. McCoy .',,.21137
J. Baugh 21128
C. Moreno . . . . 21122
K. Calbat 1. 21122
B. Thomas 21122
Jap Five Average Men
W. Skeistaitls 15154
D. Bass ...
R. Ford ...
0, n ( o
o o l
25 3 4 18
Junior College College-Cicero,
Cicero, College-Cicero, ss 3 1 2 1
Smith, cf 4 0 0 1
Charles, rf 4 0 10
Raybourne, t 3 2 2 1
McKeown, W., c ..4 1 1
-Wood, lb 2 2 1
Ie TMego. 2h 4 11 0
Washbum, If ...... 0 0, 0
cotton, 3b 2 3 2 0
Red Cats, No. 1
J. Thomas 21
B- Thomas v 18
J. W. Mappin 6
M. Griner 12
J. Bryant 21
TPF AVG HC
River Rats. No.
Q. Campbell 1R 2610
S. Campbell 212437
Wieczorek: 18 ; 1484
Schmidt A j
r, W I
awl !- irr'
ON CARPET The hotel rrtom Vas full Of fitolhall player and it was not prank It was part
rt a program for preparatory school coaches who attended the National Collegiate Athletic
Assuciation convention in St. U.uis. Coach Stub Muhl demonstrated with high school lads.
Four Home Runs, 38 Hits,
Game Feature Hectic Atlantic
Atlantic Tw light Baseball
W L Fct.
....5 0 1.000
....3 1 .750
,...1 4 .200
....0 4 .000
BMB Wildcats No. 4
20 f2892 7l44.i 24
ff 1162 120 34
29 10 .10 21 1W
Score by Innings
The box score:
Conejos-. ; ,; AB
Thomas, If 3
Hearn, D., If .......0
Chassin, b . ... .. ..3
Parker rf, 3b, p ....2
' Scott, cf ...........3
Miller, lb ;.........
Klipper. 3b, p ...... 2
Brandon, as ........3
McNabb, e 2
Stewart, c ......... vl
Bleakley, i ..1
Williams, M, rf .....1
Roe isr;..i...r. 4
Finlanson ...... .....0
Marquard, ....... .,..4
-Home runs: Parker, Bateman.
' Barley 2. Two base bits: R.
Scott, Bateman 2. Strike out by:
flchwarrrock 12. Bleakley 1- Kip Kip-per
per Kip-per 1. Walks: Parker L KJioper
3. Bleakley 2.- Schwanroek 2.
Tmpires: W. Williams and Mobl
" m t i t
A. Lesion ...sno 000 0 S 4
J. colleee ..013 150 x-10 10
Winning pitcher: Raybourne
fl-iv. Losinsr pitcher: Trout (0-
H. Strode out by Ravbottrne 5,
Trout 5. Bases n halls: Trout 4.
Ravbottrnx 3. Pitchers' reenras:
Trout T mm a hits in 4 lnlngs.
Casagrande 3 runs,, 4 nits m
2 Innings. Three base raw cot
ton (7). wome.runs: Ravoourne
and W. McKeown. Tvuioiepiays:
Mcolade to Welch. Hit Kv pitch:
Welch by Raybourne.. Umpires:
p. corriian and Mheny. Scor Scorer:
er: Scorer: Mead. Time: 2:20.
Fry Tops Gibson,
ts Wnrth Anceie
C?!s Tennis i Title
MELBOURNE, Australia fUP)
Shirley Fry of St. Petersburg,
Fla.. added the Australian worn
en's tennis chamoionship to her
Wimbledon and U n i t e d States
titles today by defeating Althei
Gibson of New Yonc, e-s. a-4.
Miss Fry won the U.S. crown
from Miss Gibson by the same
score last September.
' Ashley Cooper won the men's
championship by defeating Neagle
F-aser, 6-3, Ml, 6-4. 6-2, in an
all-Australian final. Fraier ousted
Lew Hoad. probably the world's
top amateur player, in last Satur
day's semi-finals cut lost, todav
when Cooper attacked his weak
KINGSTON. Jamaica Roberto
De'Vicenio of Argentina retained
the $1,500 Jamaica Open golf
championship, Botching a 280 for
the 72 holes.
Alley Cats No. 4
R. Jackson ..18 2391
S. Williams 18 1976
A. Braur 21- 2916
C Moreno 21 2574
Connectors, No. 5
M. McCoy 21 2869
J. Lauer 18 2326
O. Lauer 21 2374
W. Skeistaitls 15 2319
a. Crump IS 2805
Matadors, No. 6
21 2721 129 34
R.i For d
Dud's, No. 7
I 1 1 y
Ckt the ftisi thofa ;
flglti far ymnd
in W riw Hm4.
tlSr-Antrtca Tim Mtf
- Ell! laifaef Ulitr
Honey Bears, No. t
M. Foster 21 3104 147
E. Foster 21 2392 113
J. pate 21 3112 148
B. Pate 21 2177 103
p. Lindenburg 18 2727 151
WASHINGTON Olympic chsm
Calhoun set a world in
Annr rnoord of 8.2 seconds for the
70-rard high hurdles In the Eve
ning Star track meet.
NAPLES, Fla. Defending
champion J. W. Brown shot a it
to win the sectnd annual Maples
Senior Go u Tournament wnn a w
bole .total 01 i.
CHICAGO JaekieRobinsoB de-
nifd he ever said that his former
teammate. Ror Campanella, was
'washed, up" and said Be was sor
ry uiat Boy poppea on.
ARCADIA. Calif. SaiaarT
sloshed through the mad to win
the tenth running of the 8170,230
Santa Anita Maturity, before a
crowd of 48,000.
FORT LAUDERDALE. Fla. -.A
brilliant rally enabled -Ann Quart
to capture the Doherty Womea's
Amateur golf- crown from defend defending
ing defending champion. Joanne Goodwin.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark Sven:
Davidson owe the Seandanaeiaa
C. H. S
CHS .10 -CH-Alumni 10
. Powells .9 USS Jasper 2
CHS-Alumnl. vs USS Jasper
It was one. of those hectlcv
Sundayafternoons out at Mt,
The CHSAlumln nine, strug strug-ffllnn
ffllnn strug-ffllnn fnr thplr first win. had
two homers, but still remained
thwarted in (their effort to breek
into the wltf column. -The pair
of homers came back to back by
Lee Leftridee and Bllr Bell In
kh sivth' frame and srave the
, ...v . i
cellar-dwellers what appearea to
be a comfortably .to 3 leaa.
But the CH.S. bats were not
to be silenced and they rougnt
hftfilc with three runs in the
sixth nnrf four more in the sev
enth. A pre-game arrangement
not to surt any inning alter a:a
to make tim for the nieht-cap
of the doubleheader, halted the
eame at a tie.
L TAftrldire started for the
CHS-Alumnl. left the m o n n d
briefly and traded places with
Mike Rock at first. Rock pltoh pltoh-ed
ed pltoh-ed to one batter, eave up a walk,
and Leftridg returned to the
hill to finish the chore he bad
started. Phil Hadarits made hit
first start for CH.S. and to.Bsea
four-hit. shut-out ball for four
Innings. He was rolaced by
Kieth Kulig in the fifth when
th Alumni nine sent 11 batters
to the plate for six runs on four
hits, concepcion finished the
frame and the rame for Cristo
bal Hi?h. Lee-Leftrlde. witn
three for-three, led the CHS CHS-Alumnl
Alumnl CHS-Alumnl bid for their first win.
Powells stretched their win win-nine
nine win-nine streak to five game and
e-alned a Vt eame on C.H.S. as
thev trounced the UP .Tasner fcy
a P-to-2 count. Powells' 12 hits
and Jasoer's five added to the
21 hltg by the teams In the f'rst
ame. rade a total of 38 hits
during the afternoon.
Powells' Louis Hooner and
Noel Oibon added another ir
of circuit rlouts to the ifter ifter-noon's
noon's ifter-noon's total.' hut fcotb. Hoonr
and oi"on keot their bor" mn3
nside the nark. Laurel HlgH'y
had HttU trouble posting h i s
second in in s manr eta 'Is.
effectlvelr srredln on? five
hit. white his teammate m"e
mrry batt'n veraees off the
offerins nf pattern end pave
Man. Ot the five hits, fonr wer
for eTtre-bse two trlol rrt
a air of doubles. Nof' OIVv"i
hsd a -nerfect Amy the
with w 3. while WlhW Yr
th pitchers Mtf n legi' Hn
mil tiias, with 3 for
Sander had a pair of triples in
The box scorej:
Rankin, cf .,..3
Humphrey, c .,3
Crawford, c ....0
Croft, rf .....
if, ss, p ......
Sasso, 2b, If'.,
Brians, 3b ....
Gibson, W., lb
Kulig, ss, p ...
Hadarits, p .
Asks Braves To
0 NEW YORK, Jan. 29 (UP)
0 Hammerin' Hank Aaron, the Na National
tional National League batting champion
li for 1956,. wants the Milwaukee
Braves to double his salary this
30 10 9 21 5 5
Maloney, 2b ...3
Perelra, ss 4
Mann, J., cf ...3
Sanders, rf ....3
Moats, c 3
Vose, If k...v.3
Gerig, lb .tw.3,
Nash, 3b ..
Aaron, who hit .328, is asking
the Braves for "between $30,000
and $34,000," he revealed from
his home in Mobile. Ala. He re received
ceived received betweep $15,000 and $17, $17,-000
000 $17,-000 last year.
"I think I helped the team,"
Aaron declared, "And I think I
can help them even more this
2' Only 22, Aaron already has
0 been acknowledged as one of
0 baseball's outstanding hitters by
all leading Judges in the game.
As a -rookie in 1954 he batted
.280 for the Braves.' He followed
that with a .314 'mirk in' 1955
and then eame on to win the
batting title last season.
'- N AB
Fehlberg, ss ...4
Orvis, 2b, 3b :..5
rock. lb. n. lh I
Barnstein, e ...4
P. lb. p w.......3
Oravlln. cf 2
Bell, cf ...... '..2
Coffey, rf 3
indoors tennis title by beating jjolan. rf
American Bodge Pttty in straight
LAKE WORTH, Fla. Betsy
Rawls wiexiea a Diasng puner vn
the back aiae to win the $5,000
Lake Worth Women s Open golf
Lung. If ...
Ambrose, rt ...0
28 2 5 18 4 4
Swearingen, c .5
Dedeaux, ss ...2
Hall, lb 2
Hooper, cf If . 4
Gibson, N., 3b
Sapp. rf l
Fortner, cf 2
30 9 12 21 10 4
Aaron said he talked tems
with Qsnnral Manager John
Ouinn of the Braves last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and that Quinn said he
would call him back, in a few
Catcher Joe Ginsberg beca"i
the 19th member of the Orioles
to agree to terms. Ginsberg, who
also has caught Ior Detroit,
Cleveland and Kansas City,
came to the Orioles from the
Athletics late last season.
There is a disposition to invest the Experimental Handicap
with a significance which it does not possess, and whicu, as tta
as we know, its architect, Jimmy KUroe, oi the iotal tracks, does
not claim for it.
And yet If the ranking of last year's 2-ycar'-olds by weight
graduations isn't meant to be an exparfs judgment ad to how
tne colts and tilAes can be epocteu lo pe.iorjn els --.yei--oiu,
and as sucn, to serve as a guue to uit p.ayeis, juot wnat u
the pointy ... . t, .. .
Certainly it requires no remarkable gifts of sorcery to rank
horses off races already run, a fact ynicn Is implicit in tna
tnree current top weignts: baroizon at Uo, hom wuier i u
and Federal Hill at ditto., Coaslaer;:
In six races Barbizon had live first and one second to win
$132, Kda; Boia Huier had a 1-1-0 record in iU jCari.s ana picked
up 1o9,0jU; Feaeral Hnl was in la outingi for floo,2)A.
uoviousiy, these tnree warranted h.ga ranking.
' Uiloush a human equation, in iarge pan, is. substituted for
a fooi-pioof madiematical lounuut, tne .principle of ieiecuon
is rouRnly the same as Dasebau ut,e in determining its cuain cuain-pion
pion cuain-pion hittr, pitcher, etc. 1
Gus it. tan oiun t nave to wait for the official records t
come out lo know tnat AiiCKCy Mamie was the game's best,
hiiier. ior was it news to noiac pia.vtis to her, via tue t.a
penmental figuie,: that Barbizon tiold hmer, l euerai Hnl an
such were hihiiiy regarded as s-yeai-oUl piospecti.
Tnere have been yea'w wnen the experimental projecliorll
were confirmed on the track tiie fiexc season. Vvhen that hap-,
pens Jt means the top weights of th3 preceding year carritd
tnelr foim over into tne succeeding year, i'nanits to the con consistency
sistency consistency of the horses, the handicap ixrh are thereby made to
look good. 1
Tnere is no such thing as a cun't-miss handicapping sys system,
tem, system, for the simple, reason that tuere are too many variables
ana inconstancies In racing ior the keenest mathematical mind
to reconcile, 'inus, in the end, tne bsWt of the nandicappers,
must bankrupt you.
i ',... .,,
KEEP BOOK ON EM
v Most tracks have their own ha'ndicappersV Young Kilroel'
preferences are never indicated in tne iucai protiiams because
of Jockey Club distaste, t-eopie migni misconstrue such intel intelligence
ligence intelligence as encouragement to bet, and that, of course, wouid
We don't know whether the tracks keep tab on their handi-,
cappers or. not. How many winners do thty get What results
ao they get from their weight allocations? To the horse play player
er player this is important information and the tracks should suppiy
it. Tneir handicappers should be willing to stand up ana be
We started out to keep check on the track handicappers
last season, but as we sufler from enronic indolence we neg neglected
lected neglected to complete the. Job. 1 However, wt remember being sur surprised
prised surprised at the number of times favorites ran out of the money
and odds-on choices were beaten.
We saw an odds-on choice run fourth at Belmont last fall,
King Hairan in the Cowdin. He was carrying 124 to the win winner's
ner's winner's (Mister Jive) 117. Greek ijame also drew 124, was third
choice, and finished last. Amaruliah, in with a feather of 111,
finished second at 30 to 1.
On the fact of it, this was poor handicapping. Still, It
might very well have been that the two high weignta did not
run their race. Obviously, Greek Game didn't. Whether the
handicapper beat King Hairan on the ale,,the bleeding chalk
players will never know.
ONE WAT TO CHECK
The ostensible purpose' of the handicapper is to equalize,
the competitive factors and produce a 'more' stirring -race.;, IV
would be closer ,to the truth to say that his' major function is
to -produce a more 'attractive betting' race. v
But since all horses do not run alike as to speed, or spirit,
the handicappers Is a necessary evil, and by and 'large most of
these gentlemen do a difficult Job well, and in the absence of
records. . the kind we insist the tracks should furnish. . how
do you go about telling whether a handicapper is good or not?
It's bad enough for the handicapper to get the best horse
beaten at any time, but under the present system thats' got
to happen and the players are inured to it. But when a faand-;
capper not only gets the best horse beaten but repeatedly,
weighs him out of the money, he is not only incompetent but'
a liability to the track that employs him.
This happens in the big handicaps, as well as in the over-,
nights and sometimes with spectacular results at the cashiers''
windows. We had a tip on a sure-oop horse named Bussolla;
going at Chicago's Washington Park lasi summer. ;
He was high weight, as we knew, from the entries, but
what we had no way of knowing, betting him from here, wfca;
odds on. A thing called Shy Gal, carrying 108, won and paid
$260.00 to $2, while our money-from-home beetle finished up;
mo ate ffiDssOoooCO? mmm
su 4 A
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Union Holds Ninth
The ninth annual meeting of
Gamboa Federal Credit Union last
week heard reports of the opera operation
tion operation for 1956, which showed that it
was a successful year. Plans for
the current year were also dis
cussed. v j4,
.', A 3 per cent dividend was agreed
on and all members are asked to
bring in their passbooks as soon
as possible to have the dividend
The following members were re reelected
elected reelected for two-year terms: Clar Clarence,
ence, Clarence, Sampson, Louis Small, Rex Rex-ford
ford Rex-ford Inniss, Philip Malcolm and
William Millett to the board of
directors; Herman Headley and
Thomas Boatswain to the credit
committee; and Joseph French
and Gordon Small .to the supervi supervisory
sory supervisory committee. Stanley Small
was elected for one year to com complete
plete complete the unexpired term of a di director
rector director who resigned.
Following the meeting the board
of directors .met r and elected the
following officers for 1957: Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Sampson, president; Vincent
McFarlane, vice-president; Louis
Small, treasurer; Rexford Inniss,
asst. treasurer: and Philip Mal Malcolm,
colm, Malcolm, clerk.':.-.-
USIA Employe Quits
Job Under Fire
SEOUL, Jan. 29 (UP) A U.S.
Information Agency employe who
is under fire for having denounc denounced
ed denounced the "Eisenhowpr Doctrine" and
other aspects of U. S. foreign po policy
licy policy handed in his resignation In
Charles Edmundson. assigned to
the U.S.I.A. In Korea, submitted
his resignation upon his return to
Soul from Tokyo this afternoon.
He handed his letter of resigna resignation
tion resignation to John P. McKnight, director
of U.S.I.A. here.
TJnlted States Titrirt Caort Far The
UUrirt mf Tk Canal Ztt
Aurelio Molina, et L Libelants, vs.
S.S. Gobeledor. Respondents, No. WW
By virtue of an Order of Sale issued
ut of the- United Eta ten District Court
(or the District of the Canal Zone, on
January tt. 157. notice is hereby given
that I win sell by public auction, for
cash, on Friday. Februnrv a. IS5T, at
la o'clock a m. at the United SUles
District Court Cristobal. Canal Zone,
ha S S. Gnhelednr. her encine. boil boil-era,
era, boil-era, machinery. boat, tackle, apparel,
omwi imimnct and furniture, as she
Ihtw ties In the CrifrtobaJ "TUtm." Crie Crie-tol
tol Crie-tol F ty. f--l 7s
The 8-S GuUUsdus1 was built tn Ram Ram-tKara.
tKara. Ram-tKara. Germany, trr A. Borsinc tn 1t.
Croat tormaf. II ; net S. Laifh.'
trti ft WkdHV 344 ft. Depv 7 ft.
Draft. 12 4: IT anarunum THnte en--!
jaiaim cnatneav three rylindera, two j
For fuUer Information, ad'reaa the ;
tifiB4 at Drawer J Baiboa
Heighta. Casnd Tear Tel. "-.
Joo I Kiamtd '-Uniaad
Uniaad '-Uniaad States Marshal
Aaron. Carat! Zona . .
Jaaaury 2a. IK1.
saavsa. aaofea aaa PASTft. Wirka,
1 1 aaaVia, slikainija, ararayt aati aati-a4o.
a4o. aati-a4o. CASA SPARTON
CeawaJ ts-tet, aaaar CmM Theatre.
FOR SALE: Servel refrigerator,
9 C.F., 60 cycles, like new. Call
3-6258 Panama, 9 till 5 p.m.,
FOR SALE: Philco refrigera refrigerator.
tor. refrigerator. 9 ft. Phone 3-1451. 12th
Street No. 5, San Francisco.
FOR SALE: Fully furnished
concrete house, Santa Clara
Beach. All tiled floors, bedroom,
living room, bath and kitchen.
Electric refrigerator, gas stove,
garage, porch, $2800. Phone
Gramlich, Gamboa 6-441.
FOR SALE: Boquete homesites.
Level, electricity, water. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices, terms. Sara Carrei Carrei-ra,
ra, Carrei-ra, Boqueta, Chiriqui.
AlAlbrook Af Base;
A vacant construction inspector
(general) positioL and a training
assistant (sur'vivial) position at Al-
brook Air Force Base, Canal Zone,
for non-U. S. citizens, has been, an announced
nounced announced by the Air Force.
Applicants for the construction
inspector (general) position must
have had 4 1-2 years of experience
in general construction work, ex exclusive
clusive exclusive of journeyman experience
in only- one of the recognized
trades. This experience must have
included at least one year of ex
perience as a foreman, superin superintendent,
tendent, superintendent, or inspector of construc construction
tion construction materials, construction work,
or building maintenance work, h)-j
eluding building layout, carpentry,!
plumbing, painting, elec t r i c a 1,
steam-iitting work, and the like.
This experience must have re required
quired required the ability to read and work
regularly from blueprints, sketch sketches,
es, sketches, and diagrams; the ability to:
estimate cost of labor and mate materials
rials materials requiretT-ea such.1 work; and
the ability to prepare reports in incidental
cidental incidental to this work.
: Applicants for the training assist
ant (survival) position must have
completed a full four-year course
in an accredited college or univer univer-tity
tity univer-tity including or supplement supplemented
ed supplemented by 18 semester hours in educa education
tion education or in t subject matter closely
related to practical instruction or
teaching. Courses in psychology of
learning, teaching techniques, or
special methods of teaching are
especially desirable; or four years
of experience which ind 1 c a t e s
knowledge of instructional' methods
and techniques comparable to that
which would have been acquired
through successful-completion of
the four.year course described a a-bove.
bove. a-bove. Applications should be made on
Standards Form 57T. "Application
for Federal Kmpioymen y : which
tjreiory PeiK. Rkhard Basehart. Lrtl Genn and Orson
H l!es star in John Huston' epic production of Herman
Melville's itreat adventure classic. The Warner Broa. pre presentation
sentation presentation was filmed in a new color process by Technicolor.
"MOBY DICK" if. reportedly a thrilling filmiiation of what
has been railed the greatest novel ever written by an A A-mcrkan.
mcrkan. A-mcrkan. The itorv promise thrilling action sequence in
the world-wide hnt for whales plus the fascination of
revealinc some fiction's most unieue characters. Gretjory
reck TMrtray the tyrannical Captain Ahab whose lost for
vrr-rane agairvst the White Whale took bis ship, the Pe Pe-qood.
qood. Pe-qood. to the far corners ef the earth. IshmaeU the roans;
man who narrates the storv of the rreat rengeanee-htint,
t player! bv K-rtard Basehart. In the important role of
SUrbnck. flrsi mate ef the Peqnod. is Lee Genn. It is be
ho frt see the danger of Ahab's fanaticaJ ambitions and
he matches his faith aeainst the fstrr of Ahab in the midst
f a tropical storm. Orson Welles portrays Father Mapple,
the ew Be;frd preacher who pronhesies the doom of
Aitu Johp Hnttn fame prndoeer-t1irectr-writer of such
nns as. "Trrvrre of Sierra Marl re." 4frican Qncen."
fol'n Rop sr-d erther. and who won the rte as the
best Cfrecter t the year, is said to have marked "MOBY.
DM K" hi trrst nrised srhiereTrient t date. See "MOBY
Dlt K" TOMOKPOW AT THE CENTR4L.
FOR SALE: Black 1939 Ford
Coupe, excellent mechanical,
condition, gbod paint and body.
Cortal inspected. Balboa 3337.,
FOR SALE: 1952 Studcbalier
V-8, H.T. Conv. Balboa 3535.
FCR SALE: 1949 Ford 4-door
sedan V-8. good condition. Ps$ Ps$-ed
ed Ps$-ed 1957 C.Z. inspection. New
overhead upholstery. Original
paint $390. 0420-B, Ancon,
FOR SALE: 1956 eight-cylinder
Fordomatic two-seat station
wagon, $2300. House 2491-B,
Pyle St., Balboa.
FCR SALE: Condition, duty
paid $275.00. Call 85-4110
during working hours.
FCR SALE: 1949 Hudson Su Super
per Super Six, excellent tires, good
condition. Must sell, leaving
Zone. Best offer. Balboa 2-2814.
FOR SALE: GMC welding
truck, perfect mechanical condi condition.
tion. condition. Electric welding machines,
heavy duty, 300 Amps., perfect
condition. Battery chargers, $35
each. 1 950 Willys station wagon,
new paint and upholstery, per perfect
fect perfect condition. 1955 Chevrolet
Pickup, like new. Autos .Eisen .Eisen-man,
man, .Eisen-man, S A., beside Coca Cola
plant. Phone 2-2616. 2-4966.
At Church Worship
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP)- A1
gunman interrupted the prayer of
56 worshipers in a church wifi
the announcement "this is a stick stick-up"
up" stick-up" Sunday night.
; The robber entered the door of
the Joshua Baptist Church after
the Rev, A. S. Oglesby ,80, as as-sisant
sisant as-sisant pastor, had finished reading
the 100th Psalm and; was leading
the congregation in prayer, -.".j,
. "Mr: Minister, sorry ttf -disturb
your service; but hits is a ticK ticK-up,"
up," ticK-up," the gunman said.
He told the women to throw
their pocketbooks into the aisle.
Four women responded to his
command and he took $38 from
three of the handbags.
The other purse contained a set
of car keys, but no money. He
took the keys and said to the own owner,
er, owner, "I want to use your car for
about five minutes. I'll bring It
He warned the worshipers not
to use a nearby telephone. Then
he left. He did not take the auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. may be obtained at the Civilian
Personnel Office, Albrook Air
Force Base. ;". ,V
, DRAWER "A," DIABLO
: BOX 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
miffed 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 arten- v,
tion of the Post Restaurant Offi-
eer. Bids will be opened at 1400
hours on 15 February 1957 in
the Pest Restaurant Building. For
further information call Curun-
du 62$5 or 4268.
Dr. Wendehake Medical Clinic.
Day Night service. Opposite)
, Chase Bank. Tel. 2-3479. '
The Curundu Post Restaurant of--fers
invitations to bid on con-':
tract, to operate a Dry-Cleaning
Service in Curundu. Prospective
bidder are invited to visit the
operations. Bids should ba 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 Post Restaurant'
Officer. Bids will be opened at
1400. hours on 15 February February-1957
1957 February-1957 in the Post Restaurant
Building.- For further informa information
tion information call Curundu 6205 or 4268.
FOR SALE: Boxer, female, re registered,
gistered, registered, 15 months old, good
with children'. Call 87-3105.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bar, sofa
bed, fish tank. Phono Balboa
BARGAIN PRICES: Living
room, bedroom and, kitchen fur
niture. No reasonable offer re
fused "Urgent. D St, 8, Apt. 2,
FOR SALE: -T.Vi 1 1 -inch G.I.,
cle, floor medal.' Balboa
Speaking of World's Mon opolies, Here'
a., ii . .. :I7''":'-' j.-.' -.
LONDON, Jan. 29 (UP)
"Rolls-Royce announced yestei
day that it now holds over half
the world's orders for civil gas gas-turbine
turbine gas-turbine (turbo-jet and turbo-propeller)
aero engines. The com company
pany company has firm orders for 2,500
2,500 gas turbine aero engines,
for civil use.
Although no figure for the value
of this order book has been re revealed,
vealed, revealed, it represents many mil millions
lions millions of pounds. ; especially since
the sale of one engine creates a
continuing demand over a long
period for replacements and spar spares.
es. spares. Some months ago, for example,
it was revealed that the value of
the company's backlog amounted
to about 20,000,000 pounds ($56,000,
000), but this figure does not In Include
clude Include contracts recently signed
for the Comets, Vanguards an d
further Viscount airliners, or for foreign
eign foreign orders for such aircraft as
the big Boeing 707 and Douglas
DC-8 jets, the Dutch Fokker
Friendship turbo prop and the
French Caravelle jet, all of which
use Rolls-Royce engines.
"A spokesman for .the company
said yesterday that the present
order position would mean full
capacity working at the firm's
Derby and Scottish factories for
"We are facing our greatest pro-
"BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT"
Tonight I dropped rny cigarette tighter at the seen
of the crime. Tomorrow I will plant another piecs of evi evidence.
dence. evidence. If all ( wrli 1 will be accused of M order. Bat re remember
member remember thev MUST convict me. See "BEYOND A REA REASONABLE
SONABLE REASONABLE DOl'BT," starring Dans Andrew. Jean Fon Fontaine,
taine, Fontaine, Barbara Nichols, which OPENS TOMORROW AT THE
ATTENTION, Q. I.I Just built
.modern furnished apartments, t,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT;-- Nicely furnished
1 -bedroom apartment, facing the
park on Aver. Peru, Phona 3 3-3099.
3099. 3-3099. 3-0746.
FOR RENT:. Newly furnished
and unfurnished apar t m a n t s.
A L H A M BRA APARTMENTS,
1 0f h Street No. 806 1 Phone
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom pant pant-house
house pant-house "SOUSA BUILDING." Living-dining
room,. 2 porches, 2
bathrooms, maid's room, garage.
Bella Vista (44th Street and Co Colombia)
lombia) Colombia) 44 17. Informationi
, same building, apartment P.
FOR RENT: Beautiful modern
furnished apartments. : Living
room, dining room, 2 bedrooms,
large porch and maid's suite.
Avenida Peru 37-48.
FOR RENT: Large apartment.
Living-dining room,., porch, 2
bedrooms, large kitchen, maid's
room, 2 bathrooms, garag $115.
Call Panama 3-3338.
FOR RENT; Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all screened, inspected.
Via Espana, last house before
FOR RENT: Comfortable and
cool two-bedroom apartment in
Calle Darien (St. Regis Build Building).
ing). Building). Call telephone 2-1455
during office hours.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with two bathrooms, 1iv-
ing room & dining room, maid's
room with bath, garage. Campo
Alegre. Phona 6-8. 3-7 1 92.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two-bedroom apartment,
maid's room and bath... New a a-partment
partment a-partment house in Juan Franca.
For six months, $160 a month.
Call 2-0072 Panama.
LOST & BOUND!
LOST: -Grean parrot, tame If
found, cell Balboa 2839 er2759
With, Aero-Engine Business
ductlon challenge since the war.l
dui we nave continence in our
bility and resource," he said. The
company fiad a 34 year's lead In
gas turbine aero engines and in intended
tended intended to keep it.
"For the Dart turbo prop en
gine alone (which powers the
Viscount airliner, as well as the
Fokker Friendship, and Is also the
designated power unit for the
new British Aviation Traders Ac Accountant
countant Accountant airliner) the company
had orders for 2,000 units.
"More than 100 units each have
been ordered of the Conway by
pass turbo-jet engine (for the
Douglas DC-. and Boeine 707 let
airliners) and the Avon turbo-jet
(for the Comet jet airliners for
B.O.A.C. and Capital Airlines of
"Over 80 units of the Tyne tur
bo-prop engine have been order
ed. This engine will power the
new Vlckers Vanguard airliner,
and, it Is understood, Is also being
offered as an alternative power-
plant for the Lockheed Electra air
"Another important aspect of
the Rolls-Royce "stable" of aero aeroengines
engines aeroengines is that they are either al already
ready already fully-proven, such as th e
Avon and the Dart, or at the begin beginning
ning beginning of their development life,
such as the Conway and the
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet.
. big back yard, all fenced. 7th
Street, Golf Heights. Information
Phone 2-2407, 3-3641.
FOR RENTi Two modern resi residences,'
dences,' residences,' one large. Via Espana,
Campo Alcgr. The other 19th
Street, Paitilla. Furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Phone 3-6168, Al Al-cides
cides Al-cides Garcia Corraa. v
FOR RENT- Furnished chalet:
' kitchen, two v bedrooms, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, maid's room and bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage, $140. Phone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-2782, 2:30-6:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Furnished 3-bedroom
chalet, garage, all conve conveniences..
niences.. conveniences.. 168 Via Beliserie Per Per-ras.
ras. Per-ras. FOR RENT: Well furnished 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom chalet, February 15 to
April 1 5, "Suitable vacation quar quarters.
ters. quarters. Very reasonable. Apply 12,
Tenth Street, San Francisco. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-4294.
Practical nurse offers Service!
specializing in care of children
and aged. Also English or Span Spanish
ish Spanish doctor's receptionist. Write
Box 1522. Paraiso, C.Z.
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"If seems likely, therefore,
that the company will be able
further to expand it order'
books as sales of aircraft euch
as the Boeing 707 Douglas DC
Vickers Vanguard, Fokker
Friendship, French 'Caravelle
and Comet 4 all new aircraft
which have yet to go into serv.
ice build-op in th years e e-head."
head." e-head." Slajsen Thinks Ike
Would Have Won
Senate Wilh Herfer
WASHINGTON (UP) Harold E.
Stassen said yesterday he velieves
Republicans could have captured
control of the Senate and House
if Gov. Christian A. Herter bad
been the GOP vice presidential
candidate instead of Richard M.
Stassen, President Eisenhower's
disarmament adviser, also said
Herter's name on the ticket would
have won more governorships and
local elections for' the GOP.
He was interviewed on television
( "C o 1 1 e a e Press Conference,"
ABC) and entered reluctantly into
a discussion of the political situa situation.
tion. situation. Stassen led an unsuccessful
drive to dump Nixon for Herter in
He also refused to speculate on
the possibility of a race between
Nixon and S e n a t e Republican
Leader William F. Knowland
(Calif). for the 1960 GOP presi presidential
dential presidential nomination.
vuf Job for Hoover
Rumored in V.Ho use
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2 (UP-
DrMiriant Eisenhower indicated
today that Herbert Hoover, JrJ
who is retiring inursoay as unaer-;
...rctar of state, will be erven
another post "at some not distant
date." - I
Hoover -paid -what amounted to
a; uicra wu .-.
before turning bis State Depart-:
ment Job over to Christian A.'
Herter, former governor of Mas-1
After bis visit, the Whit House
made public a brief letter from
the President to Hoover. It said:
"As the day of your actual de-
parture from Washington come
nearer, t want to repeat any deep
regret and, above alL the hope ;
that in doe course, and at some
not distant date, yon will be avail-;
able again to serve your govern-;
aiani aa fnu niv, AAaa ui nirrui.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES Ind large
beach house. One mile past Ca- :
sine. Phone Balboa 1866.
Baldwin's furnished -apar t t-ments
ments t-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Qceanside Cottages.
Santa Clara. Bex 335 Diablo Hts.
phone Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
3-1673 ..''"' 1
FOR RENTS Furnished rooms,
45 and $6 weekly. Ernesto Lefa Lefa-vre
vre Lefa-vre Ave. No.- 32, Parqua Lefevre.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,,
independent, to married couple
without ehildren, "L" Street No.
1241, first floor.
February Forecast: Hot, And Humid;
Couple Fogs, Northerly Vinds, Too
WEATHER RESUMET AND
OUTLOOK ."FOR FEBRUARY
The following weather conditions
are based on past records and may
be expected to occur in the Canal
Zone and vicinity during Februa February.
. WEATHER: February is normal normally
ly normally characterized by steady dry
season winds-and weather,' but
there have been several excepr
tions, the most recent being Feb February
ruary February 1951 when measurable rain
occured on 20 days at Cristobal
and on 13 days at Balboa Heights.
The average total rainfall or Feb February
ruary February is 0.65 Inches at Balboa
Heights, 0.57 Inches at Madden
Dam and 1.57 Inches at Cristobal.
The range from driest to, wettest
or record is zero to 2.96 inches
at Balboa. Heights, trace to 3.71
inches at Madden Dam, and 0.04
inch, to 12.37 inches at Cristobal.
The, aver age .number) of days with
measurable rain is S at Balboa
Heights andnS: at -rlstobal,
TEMPERATURE: The daily
highest and lowest temperatures
will average 89 and 72 degrees at
Ba boa Heights and 84 and 77 de degrees
grees degrees at Cristobal. The highest and
lowest temperatures on record are
95 and 64 degrees on the Pacific
Side and 90 and 69 degrees on the
HUMIDITY: The average rela relative
tive relative humidity will be about 75 per
about 75 per cent at Balboa Heights
cent at Balboa Heights 77 per cent
CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE:
The sky will be partly cloudy
during most of the day time and
mostly clear at night. There
wilt be an averag of about 8
hours of sunshine dally or 70 per
cent of the amount possible.
FOGS: Nightime and early morn
ing fogs may be expected occa-
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sionally over the Gaillard Cut sec section
tion section of the Canal, and the central
section of the Isthmus along the
Trans-Isthmian Highway, but none
are likely to occur at either of
the Canal .entrances. Most of the
fogs form; around midnight and
may be expected to dissipate. be before
fore before 8:30 a.m. 4
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P WI NDS: Fresh northerly t trade
winds usually prevail with an av average
erage average velocity of about 15 .miles
per hour along the Atlantic Coast
and about 10 miles per hour along
the Pacific Coast The maximum
velocity for a 5-minute period 4a
not likely to exceed 35 miles per
hour but intensified trade winds
may average about 20 Thiles per
hour for 24 hours at a time along
the Atlantic Coast and cause mod
erately rough seas.
GS-7 Job Open
' Applications for. position of? Ad Administrative
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responsible experience which dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate ability to direct operat operating
ing operating programs and executing poli policy,
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operating functions such as
maintenance of 1 property records
and submission of reports.
Successfully completed educa education
tion education ; in a resident institution a a-bove
bove a-bove high school level may be'
substituted for experience at sr
rate of one year of such educa education
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Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 e.m. today, ii Pre Prepared
pared Prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydregraphic Branch of the Pan
ama Canal Company:
High 89 2
Low 73 77
High 90 81
Low 51 77
(max. mph) ..NW21 NE19
RAIN (inchei) 0 0
(Inner harbon) 75 ,81
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30
AN INDEPENDENT f HE
Let the people know the truth and-ihe country is safe' Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1957
Another FSU Student Involved as .
Rash Of Racial Incidents Dimple South,
Teen-Agers, Elderly In The Controversy
ft lf' '' v ' - l A
TALLAHASSEE. Jan. 29 (UP)
An attorney for the National Assn.
for the Advancement of Colored
People today prepared legal de-
THE CENTRAL CIRCUIT
lenses for a Florida State Univer University
sity University student who was suspended
for inviting Negroes to the campus.
Attorney Francisco Rodriguez
charged the suspension of John
Boardman, 24, was a "reprisal"
for Boardman's activiHy with
Negroes seeking to integrate
buses at Tallahassee, Fla.
Police Chief Frank Stontam Stontam-ire
ire Stontam-ire of Tallahassee reported
meanwhile that landlord filed
complaint charging another
state university student, J e g n
This year, this month, in 28 days, the
CENTRAL CIRCUIT has piven you "TRA "TRA-PEZE,"
PEZE," "TRA-PEZE," the "champ," "THE 31AN WHO
KNEW TOO MUCH," "WRITTEN ON
THE WIND" and TONIGHT the 4th big
hit at the LUX.
Tomorrow Wednesday, January 30
Boys 4, Girls 3
Seven babies were born at Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital during the week
ending at midnight Wednesday,
according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital report. During that period,
73 patients were admitted and
71 were discharged.
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following American citizens: Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Sanclimentl,
of Coco Solito, son; Pfc. and
Mrs. William Baker, of coco So Solito
lito Solito son; Sgt. and Mrs. Harold
Terry, of Fort Gulick, son; U.
and Mrs. Phillip Mason, of coco
Solo, daughter. ,,
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following parents of Panamanian
nationality; Mr. and Mrs. Nlca Nlca-nor
nor Nlca-nor Alba, of Colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Rito Jardlne, of New Prov Providence,
idence, Providence, daughter; and Mr. and
Mrs. Lexington Brooks of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, daughter.
-iv iN v. 1 j
J Judge's Bench
Imposition of sentence was sus suspended
pended suspended in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today for Alvin Augusto
Forde, 19, Panamanian, who was
convicted of reckless driving.
He is also known
Folsom, also 24, wlh invitins
Negroes to his apartment.
Folsom was one of six. white
and Negro students picked up for
violating Tallahassee's bus seat seating
ing seating law. He was one of three book booked
ed booked as material witnesses.
Other developments of the seg segregation
regation segregation controversy:
1. Segregationist Asa E. (Ace)
Carter of Birmingham, Ala., who
previously was charged with
shooting and wounding two Ku
Klux Klansmen, will be tried
Thursday on a new charge of
fighting with police. Carter and
three other men were accused of
trying yesterday to prevent police
nuiu janing a m in suspect in the
2. Two unidentified
ages 13 and 16 were
bonds on misdemeanor charges In
Montgomery, Ala., for allegedly
burning a crude cross last Dec.
21 in the yard of U. S. District
Judge Frank M. Johnson, one of
the Federal Jurists who overruled
local bus segregation laws.
COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 29- (UP)
Gov. C. William O'Neill will
appoint a state commission on
civil rights to work toward "eli "eliminating
minating "eliminating the last vestiges of dis
crimination in Ohio.
The new Republican Governor,
hitting what be called "debate for
political purposes" over fair em employment
ployment employment legislation in the past,
said he felt it was time for a
I want to make a frank and
honest approach," .O'Neill told the
N Mae Ross, 'Ice Frolics' Star
Ice Frolics Open Two-Week Stint
Friday In Patio Of El Panama Hotel
Listed By Canal Co.
' Thirty-three positions, eleven of
them -with- the Fire Division, are
presently avaiiaDie with the Canal legislature last night in recalling
Jack Kelly and his Ice Frolics
will start a two-week engage engagement
ment engagement In the El Panama hotel
patio beginning Friday night, It
was announced today..
This is the first time the Kel
ly snow nas come w ruwui.
They are well-known through
out the United states and tne
Caribbean area. The Ice skaters
will give a one-hour revue, in including
cluding including comedy, trick skating
and dancing. There are ten peo people
ple people in the cast which includes
Kelly himself who has played to
audiences in London, Madrid,
Barcelona Athens, Rome, Ber-'
li'n, Istanbul, Geneva and Stockholm.
There will be dancing to Cla-
orgamzation, according to the
transfer-vacancy bulletin issued by
the Personnel Bureau.
Three positions are ooen in the I
Postal Division, 3 in the Dredg
ing Division and three in Jhe
Types of positions listed include
automatic telephone communica communication
tion communication equipment maintainor, black blacksmith,'
smith,' blacksmith,' clerk-stenographer,- distri distribution
bution distribution clerk, electrical engineer.
firefighter, general engineer, ma
chinist, dipper dredge mate, me mechanical
chanical mechanical engineer, navigati o n a 1
aids lead foreman, lead foreman
painter, plumber, rates analyst,
secretary, shorthand rep o r t e r,
typewriter repairman and postal
fair employment legislation had
always, been defeated in the Ohio
"I don't want a bitter debate
over a bill that is deemed to
failure and debate made' only
for political purposes," ha said.
"I believe a new approach Js
called for," he said. "I am going
to take the initiative and create a
commission tut civil rights, simi
lar, to that created by President
"I believe that through a mi
lure, sensioie approach, we can
make much progress."
The governor said that as Ohio
attorney general he wrote the first
opinion of any state attorney gen
eral when he ruled Ohio could
withhold funds from schools which
permuted racial segregation
The biggest trouble with inferi-1
ority complexes H not enough j
people hove them.
The Gamboa Swimmint; Pool
will be closed to the public all
day Wednesday for cleaning,
It hag been announced by the
Frigid Rains Coat
Highways Over US
CHICAGO. Jan. 29 (UP)-Freez-
intf rain coated highways in the
midwest and east. Schools were
closed because of hazardous road
conditions in some sections.
.'.'San Francisco had its .first snow.
fall yesterday since DecemDer, is is-32
32 is-32 and. only the 30th recoitted isince
1871, The temperature in Los An-;
geles dropped to 34 Farenheit.
Heavy snow in the rockies stall
ed two trains between cnama,
rence Martin's orchestra both
before and after the Ice show.
Mondays through Thursdays
there will be- one show nightly
at 10 p.m. On Fridays and Sat Saturdays
urdays Saturdays shows 'will be at 8,: 30 p.
m. and 11 p.m., while on Sunday
atiernoon at 4 p.m. mere win
be a special show : with half
price tickets for children under
12 years or age.
In addition there will be a
show at the regular Sunday
Egypt Tortured 4
1 1sraeli Included
TElUviV, Israel Jan. 29 (UP)
Egypt today returned the Only
Israeli captured during the Sinai
Desert invasion along with three
other war prisoners. All said they
had been tortured or mistreated.
Lt. Jonathan Etkes, a jet fighter
oilot who made, a forced landing
in southern Sinai during the battle
for- the Red Sea straits Wov. 2,
said his captors pushed lighted
cigarettes against his, ears, and
nose and applied electcic shocks
to parts of nis body He said the
object was to force him o reveal
military secrets, f
Etkes showed newsmen a black
eye and said an Egyptian soldier
kicked him with a hobnailed boot
N.M. and Cumbres Pass. The cold while he lay on the ground.
have which extended into Oregonl Etkes was the only Israeli cap cap-and
and cap-and Washington caused the lay-tured during the Sinai operation
off of thousands of lumber, metal which netted Israel some 5,000
and construction workers.
' In Minnesota,' North Colorado
and Montana there were many
below zero Farenheit temperatur temperatures..
The pool will be reopened a a-gain
gain a-gain Thursday and operate on
its regular schedule.
Egyptian war prisoners. These
now are being returned under
United Nations supervision.
The other three men classified
as. war prisoners were seized in
Infantry private Yeohosh Anik Anik-ster
ster Anik-ster said his jailers smashed one
of his teeth during one of tne
beatings be said he received.
EVORA, Portugal, Jan. 29 (UP) ; Anikster was captured Sept. 5,
Villagers of Torre de uoeineiros i55 wnen he crossed the Egyp-
are getting an raea ot woai tneiuan Doraer aunng a patrol witn
postman meant when be quit Jan. two other Israelis who were
Tax 'Breaks Free Zone, Exchange Ease, Cheap Labor;
All Cited by Boyd of Reasons for U.S. Investment Here
WASHINGTON D.C. (PAU)
The Republic of Panama is back backing
ing backing up an aggressive campaign for
increased United States invest investment
ment investment with long-term tax and duty
exemptions in combination with
facilities to utilize the country's
favored geographical position for
marketing and distribution pur.
Aauilin Boyd. Panama's
er of Foreign Affairs, outlined
j major features of Panama's cam campaign
paign campaign at the recent National For Foreign
eign Foreign Trade Convention in New
Boyd spoke for Panama s Presi
from the payment of taxes end
duties up to 25 years. The duVy
exemption under the law applies
to all machinery and equipment
necesMry for plant operations.
Tax advantages cover all in income
come income from export sale of local locally
ly locally manufactured products.
' denU Ernesto de la Guardia, a a logical
i Dartmouth university graduate ranama s
"An outstanding advantage for
United States investors in Pana
Minis- ma is that under the constitution
of Panama citizens of the United
States are given equal standing
with Panamanians in the organi
ration and conduct of business,"
Boyd emphasized. "Nationalize
tion of foreign enterprises is not
probably be a few months before MIGHTY
DICK hits tbe Canal Zone movie screens.
"MOBY DICK" i
I wnose wiae Business ca(jci icuic
nas ptacea mm in ciose contact
with leading investors in the Unit United
ed United States.
Before becoming President last
October, President de la Guardia
was general manager of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's largest industrial enterprise.
Under new Panamanian law
new la effect. United States
manufacture wm tt up plents
in the republic will be exempt
and its recognized efforts to at
tract foreign investments."
A United States concern incor
porated in Panama, but operating
outside both Panama and tne U
nited States, can accumulate esrr
ings free of taxation by either th
United States or Panama, Boyd
North American manufacturers
are finding even greater aavan
1 and explained he thought he was! killed.
underpaid for all the walking he Shimon Uhana and Alexander
had to do. The townsmen n o w Rosenberg, policemen captured
have to walk eight miles to the during Egyptian raids in the El
nearest post office in St. Macos oja demilitarized zone on Oct.
ev, j.903, saia mterrogaters threat
ened them with knives in at
tempts to force secrets from
All four men said they were
kept in solitary confinement and
were permitted to be together
only after Anikster went on a
peratlons In Panama, Boyd de- Another advantage cited yi tn 0, R f v d .unertUinn
-i.--j ft,. nn.r.tinn. f th. RnvH th ahundant suoolv of i 3 I,n unaer supervision
""tuL ". ,.-.. .... .I r-: n. lot u.w commander Mai. Gen.
Free Zone in the city of Colon.
Set ud in 1948. it serves manufac
turers of the United States who
ship goods for re-export to Central
and South America.
Panama hae ne foreign ex exchange
change exchange restrictions. All business
in the country can either be con conducted
ducted conducted in the Balboa, which has
always been on e per with the
U.S. Dollar, er in U.S. currency.
tages in establishing physical o- birthday
Mac Arthur Doing
ine After Illness
NEW YORK (UP)-Gen. Dong Dongas
as Dongas MacArthur who became ill
iaturday during a dinner given m
us Honor at tne Waldorf-Astoria
lotel, was doing fine, an aide said
MacArthur remained at the di"
ier only a short while because
tad a high temperature. The oc-
a no was to celebrate his 77b
nama at a cost below U.S. rates.
Sale At 'La Mascota" Store
Scores Sensational Success
One of the most outstand outstanding
ing outstanding sales of the year rot
underway Monday. Tbe
, distinguished "La Maaco Maaco-U"
U" Maaco-U" haberdashery.' whose
stock of men's wear al always
ways always stands out for Its
acorinff another success
duality and distinction, la
this year with Its sen sensational
sational sensational annual cale.
From early In the morn morning
ing morning hoars, large numbers
of customers crowd the
store to take advantage
of the amazingly 1 o w ; ;
prices on the quality mer-
chandise offered during
this sale.; -. -;-'?
According to Mr. Samuel
Friedman, proprietor of
"La Maacota," this year.,
sales have broken all rec ;
ords since the first day
of. the annual -sales.
story on page. 6
British Seek Four .
Brilons In Budapest :
VIENNA (UP), British offl.
cials 'in Budapest' were expected
to make an all-out effort today
to learn the whereabouts of four
advnturnna trnnnit n 4 m m
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charged with spying on Hungary,
Some sourcts feared the three
young men anrl taan.n ;.t
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mSV De UPI1 I namna V.. T :
mier Janon ...Karfar'
j -a eyiwuiiicmv
in 'Am (nnL T
aas lo iuuii, new anve 10 ud
i" ie nungaria "counter,
revolution' ,A ; j 1
year-old Judith Cripps grand.
dau?hrfr (if hrma.; ( .k.- m
cellor of the Exchequer Sif Staf.
ford Cnpps; Roger -Cooper; 22:
nephew of British author Robert
Fraves.'-.Racii T.nrt c j
21-yeaf old brother, ChristoDher.
x' i ee-m nir .nnnrAm-anhitii
gette (Dickey) Meyer-Chapelle of
Milwaukee, Wis., reached the free
world here Sunday after spending
50 dava in. H,m.. f.
entering the country without peri
Her rplnaca t
4. "j """sian au authorities
thorities authorities prompted hope in soma
-r...,..v luucj wora may
Britons' 80n fUr youn
troODS .Tan 17
Hungary ; from -Yugoslavian Chris,
topher Lord and Cooper t were in
Budapest during' the uprising last
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They were charged ,?vith I posses possessing
sing possessing .forged documents' made out
Nov. 12 in the name of the Buda Budapest
pest Budapest Soviet military" command.
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