The Panama American


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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama


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

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ONf MORE Krtt wa car carried
ried carried tut yestarday in ceiMMcHan
with tha whoiasala theft of in?
coming mail discovarad last
waak by tha Panama Secret Pa Pallet.
llet. Pallet. -However, two of the six who
were already under arrest were
released after no evidence was
found to Implicate them.
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X UC laiCOV mat. w w
Rogelio Gonzalez Polo, a formed
postal employe, who was taken "in

to custody yesteraay ai w ,av
The name of one of the other
four men under arrest is being

Congressman Support Effort
To Keep Gen. Gavin In Army

WASHINGTON, Jan. I UP) .Congressional support rolled
up today behind a move to hold on to Lt. Gen. James M. Gavin,
who is threatening to qnit as Army missile chief in a fight for
freedom to criticize the nation's defense effort.
Members of the Senate Preparedness subcommttee expressed
hope the World War II hero would take up Army Secretary
Wilber M. Brucker's plea to remain in the Army. Brocker all
buf promised him four stars to stay on.
They were expected to urge Gavin personally when he went

before a closed-door session of the subcommittee to pursue his

demands for a big increase in Army funds.

Gavin is a good soldier and the

type of man we need in the Ar

my," said Sen. Leverett Saltonstall
(R-Mass.). "I hope he will stay in
the Arm?."

unthhairi hv tne secrer nwwr

pending further investigation. The Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.)
others are Delfin Palomeque, Se-also said m hoped that the jobs

miruUnn Riiiano Jr. and Feliciano 1 off ered Gavin would make the


best use of his ability.

Sen. John C. Stennis (D-Miss.),
vice-chairman of the subcommit subcommittee,
tee, subcommittee, said: "It's too bad something
like this wasn't done in the first

m.. r;tv rAMnril fast vi.yu. a verjr

j 1 f ;vaiuaDie man.

mgnt approven an apuyitauvu.w.

iw as tne citv s coniripuuw. w tJ

T : -. .. iL. mm man sum tea aaiu sume ui via-

the fund for ceieorauon w !vin, trouble may have stemmed

v.armvdt m x um. from the fact that he rose rapidly
money will be turned over to the, -National
Carnival Junta, which ai- the ranks.

ready has $15,000 in government
Meanwhile, tha first polling of
votes among tha Carnival Queen
contestants has bean scheduled
for tonight in Cathedral Plasa.

English Socialists,
Conservatives Roar
Into Welfare Fight
LONDON, Jan; 8 (UP)-Angry
Socialists and rebel rightwing Con Conservatives
servatives Conservatives moved in today to ex-

Br.uirv last nioht lost its bait- ;Ploit the Macmillan Government's

Despite a costly newspaper
campaign, which involved full full-page
page full-page outside ads, tha National

tie to keep the production tax on

' bear from being raised.
With very little opposition, the
National Assembly gave final pas passage
sage passage to a bill raising the tax on
beer from 6 to 7.5 cents on each

liter of beer brewed.

lit over raising Britain's nation

al debt to maintain the welfare
state. i''
It was a political pincers move movement
ment movement with ominous overtones for
the future not only or Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister Harold Macmillan but also of

.. i u V,ri.rv's iuiu jnaciuiuaii out also Oi
JZEZZA. pro-American foreign

general iriWagei commented this
morning that the increased tax
will hurt the country because it
hi f the nnor man in his pocket-

Richard Lombard
Gains Admission
To High Court Bar
Richard S. Lombard, who was
horn in the Canal Zone and was
graduated from the Balboa jHign
School, was recently admitted to
practice before the United States
Supreme Court. 1


The issue was



hannn Af nt th

a touid not maintiL


e iixche-

the pre

sent level of cradle-ts-atave he-

nefits without mining Government
Macmillan was pledged to hold
the line but he repudiated tne po policy
licy policy rather than tamper with wel wel-tare
tare wel-tare beneiits.
Socialists immediately roared to

the weitare, state's aeiense, cost or
no cost. Rightwinl Conservatives
with equal vehemence went to

inorneycrou s aid,

In the middle of it all, Macmil Macmillan
lan Macmillan was out of the country on a

T mhrrf is a member of a well previousiy-pianned commonwealth

krown Canal Zpne family and has
several relatives who reside, here
now. He is the son of m, n(l
Mrs. E. C. Lombard, who now live
in Toms River. New Jersey, since
Lombard's retirement as. Execut Executive
ive Executive Secretary of the Canal wne
Government two years ago.
Richard Lombard was graduat graduated
ed graduated from Balboa High in 1944 and
then attended Harvard College
and Harvard Law School. He is
presently employed on the legal
staff of the Creole Petroleum
Corporation in Caracas, Venezue Venezuela.
la. Venezuela. His sponsor for admission to
practice before the Supreme Court
was U. S.- Rep. Daniel Reed, of
New York, a personal friend of
the Lombard family. Congressman
Reed is well remembered by Can Canal
al Canal employes, for the personal in in-terst
terst in-terst he has taken in Canal affairs
and particularly for his efiorts as
a member of the House Ways and
Means Committee in ki ling the re retroactive
troactive retroactive feature of the income tax
when it was made applicable to
Government employes in the Zone
in 1950.

tour. He was scheduled to arrive
in New Delhi. India, todav his

first stop in a six-week jaunt.

Sukarno Asks Nehru
For Indian Support
Of Anti-Dutch Acts

NEW DELHI; Jan 8 (UP) -President
Sukarno of Indonesia

has asked Premier Jawaharlal

Nehru for lull support for Indone

sia's anti-Dutch actions, here yes

terday on a neaitn holiday, and

conferraji with Nehru.

me sources said Nehru was

cautious about eivine uncondition

al Indian support, for Indonesia's

actions, but told Sukarno that
India was greatly concerned with

the dispute and supported Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian demands for West Iran.

He was a two-star major gener

al in command of the 82nd Air Airborne
borne Airborne Division in World War U
when he was 37.
He Is idolized by junior officers

in the service, nut noi nece

by his superiors, the sources sail

AFGE Seeks Raise
For All Classified

US Govt. Employes
A base-Dav increase for all

classified employes of the U. S.

government beads the national
legislative program of the Amer American
ican American Federation of Government

Employes, as well as that of the
local AFGE Lodge 14:

The union Is also going after

ootional retirement at full annu

ity after 30 years of service, re regardless
gardless regardless of age. Pressure will al also
so also be exerted to exempt annui

ties from income tax.
A somewhat new item relates

to observance of holidays which
fall on Saturday, a day when

most federal workers are not on

duty. The AFGE seeks to have
these holidays observed oft the

following Monday.
The right to appeal injury

compensation cases to the court

is another goal sought.

The union also seeks to extend

t hedlth uisteance program to

federal employes, it


of feUer

reduce from

..ent. th



i ,' Yam m

two per cent tooi
diminlshlnS yg

employes group 1114

after age 65.

Equal Pay Delay Rapped

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Arias Hints

It Fans Call For

Mi Si

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AN ACCIDENT at tWi Bocas dw Tr6 airport yesterday morning caused considerable damage
to this,COPA Airlines DC-3, but none of the 32 passengers sfboard was injured. The plane,
piloted by Cap. John T. Connell, rolled off tfce runway onto soft dirt shortly after landing,
and the still-turning propellers hit the concrete edge of the runway. Co-ptlot Manuel Nino
was treated for cuts and bruises. An on-the-spot investigation is being conducted by COPA
and the Panama government.
P ; 1 rr' H : 1

Hillary. Engineer Fly To Depot 700
To Help Fiichs' Team To Scott Base

WELLINGTON. tw Zealand:

Jan. 8 (UP) Mount Everett and

South Pole conqueror Sir EdmundJ

Hillary said today he wru fly

from Scott Base to Depot 700. a-

bout 400 miles from the South

role, te help guwe the. British

Antarctic team to scou nase.
Hillary said in a message from

tha base he wiH 4ty in to meet

w It! i 1 i n,. tnvn A

Vivian ruens ai uepoi iw w-

rray El:


. .. f

It seeks also to have unions
recognized by law as the repre representatives
sentatives representatives of their members in
all agencjes of the government,
and it wants indeperWent appeal
boards aDDOinted. with union

membership, to make binding

memoerswp, to maice wnn8Jdeoot-100 miles closer, to t e
decisions in all adverse actlonsfft,0i

SteDS will be continued to pre

vent the replacement of civilians
by military personnel.
Government wide promotion
regulations are a continuing
goal; attd the union wants the
Classification Act revised to pro provide
vide provide compensation to all em employes
ployes employes on a more equitable ba-

Excent for the Day-bill, "the lo

cal union views as the most im

portant employe legislation be before
fore before the 8th Congress those im implementing
plementing implementing the single-wage for
the canal Zone. These it notes,
are S.1880 which has already
nassed the Senate, and HR 6708

which is before the House. The

union will watch tnem cioseiy, a
spokesman said.


A. S. Helm, Secretary of the

Now Zaland Ross Sea Committee,

which' is m charaa of Hillary's

part in the operation, said earii

er today that Hillary's New Zcjf-

landers will se up "W it ruojte

requires it.

Meanwhile French Antarctic

Radiation Problems
Studied In Oxford
OXFORD. England. Jan. 7 (UP)

-Public health officers from 18
European countries today began a
two-week study of the problems of

atomic energy ano me possioie ei
iects of radiation.

Any differences between the two
leaders were believed to concern
methods of approach rather, than
basic principles. Nehru is said to

C:.L I X ft:- want a pra-ceful settlement

JUIUie tune I ru 1 1 IV. through peaceful means

On Lo Boca Road
From Tomorrow On
Single lane traffic will be main maintained
tained maintained in the vicinity of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Tank Farm on La (Boca Road
beginning at 8 a.m. tomorrow, is
has been announced by the En
gineering and Construction Direc Director.
tor. Director. The traffic restriction will con con-tinue
tinue con-tinue during the period that an
oil handling pipe line is being
constructed in that area for the
Union Oil Company by the Dillon
and Hickman Construction Company.

Dream Meal
ARLES. France, Jan. 8 (UP)

Emile Viont counted his profits
today, after eating a dream meal
of oysters. Viont found a pearl

worth an estimated $Z3.

lis, who will help wtWsflfainten

ance of the Briton s snecats

An, airlift from Scott Bate with

more supplies for Depot 700 will

start tomorrow.

So far there has beetf.JfcMply

from Hillary, who flew to Scott
Base after reaching the Pole Jan.
3 on proposals to set up another


At Paraiso Sends

One To Hospital

Knife-wleldine In Paraiso sent

nne man to Onrsraa Hosnital late

yesterday and brought another
into Balboa Magistrate's Court


Widely differing versions oi
the fracas were recounted to Ca Ca-hul
hul Ca-hul Zone nnlicft who are continu

ing investteation of the fight.

Edgar seaiey is nospuauzea

with stab-wounds on his torso;
but he is not on. the seriously ill


Vincent Archibold Porter, 22,
Panamanian, was arraigned in

cpurt on a charge of assault with

a aeaaiy weapon, to w, a pwa-et-knife.

Porter .appeared in court with
a cut on his face. It was still
oozing blood.
His case was continued until
2 p.m. on Jan. 13.
Bail was set at $500. Up to

noon, it had not been posted.

Too Drunk To Care

BOLZANO, Italy, Jan. 8 (UP)
Villagers feasted on trout today
after a tank truck trailer broke
loose on a hill and spilled its cargo
of 2,642 gallons of fiery liquor into
a river.

Townsfolk picked up the iish, too to
drunk on grappa to care, hy the Womn

hundreds from the Isarco River. 1 senior,

Governor Nominates Sikofski, Ryter
A$ West Point Annapolis Candidates

Two Balboa High School se seniors
niors seniors have been nominated by
Gov. W. E. Potter as principal
candidates for appointment from
the Canal Zone to the U.S. Mili Military
tary Military Academy at West Point and
the Naval AeacWlhy at Annapolis,
Thev are Robert J. Slkorski Jr.,

a resident of Panama City, who

has been named principal candi candidate
date candidate to West Point and Donald

W. Ryter, of Gamboa. who was

nominated principal candidate to


At the same time Gov. Potter

announced the names of three

alternates to tne Military Acad

emv and five alternates to fill

the vacancy at the Naval Acad Academy.
emy. Academy. Thosp nominated as alternates

McGraw, Cristobal High School
senior, second alternate; and
Terence P. Corrigan, senior at
Balboa, 'third alternate.

Tae five alternates tor tne na naval
val naval Academv appointment are

Robert J. Slkorski Jr., first alter

nate: Brton M. cox, a iresnman
at the Canal Zone Junior Col

lege, second alternate; Jon Peter
McGraw, third alternate; Ter Ter-mm
mm Ter-mm t rnrHtrnn fourth Alter

nate; and William T. Halvosa
III, Balboa High School senior,

nitti alternate.

Robert Slkorski, principal can

didate to West Point as well as

first alternate to Annapolis, is

the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rooert
Mkorski of Panama City. His

father is a saniiarv engineer wun tne gra

Cadet Dale s.
Point and M

various Parts of thelH. Dawaoj

United States and in Iran, and

has been a student in Baibow for
the past year. He is an honor

student and a member or tne

Balboa High School football
Donald Rvter. the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Donald W. Ryter, of
Gamboa, was born In Ancon and
has attended tha Canal Zone
schools' all of his life. He is a
lieutenant in the Balboa Unit of

the Reserve Officers Trjtining

uorpg aim is aiso an uuuoi stu student.
dent. student. The two vacancies, one at the

Military Academy and the other

at the Naval Academy to De nu nu-ed
ed nu-ed by appointment from the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, will exist for the aca

demic year starting ia Jury, ioo

team disembarked yesterday at

France's Uurvule mase in Adelre

Land to join the International Geo

physical Year trek to the South'

The expedition of 23 scientists

and technicians radioed this arriv

al at 1300 GMT aboard, the An Antarctic
tarctic Antarctic transport "Nors'el." The
ship left Ffa tast frill. Led by
Commander Gaston Bouillon the
epeditijplansto stay in the
AntaTCSkTBr a year taking sci

entific observations, particularly

on atmospheric and glacial condi-

US Urged To Speed
Aif Forte A-Plane,

Ignore Navy Study


Defense officials today were urg urged
ed urged to order full speed ahead to

the Ah Force's atomic airplane

and keep a Navy study from

causing a "whirlpool of indecision
and inaction."

Reo. Kelvin Price (D 111,),

Chairman of the Congressional At Atomic
omic Atomic Energy Subcommittee on Re Research
search Research and development, warned
further delay through "senseless"
rivalry could make the U.S. lose
the race with Russia to be first
to fly a nuclear-powered airplane.

Price accused the Navy, which
is working on an A-powered sea

plane, of attempting to take o-

ver" a large part oi the Air

Force's program. He said ihe

Air Force now was prepared to

use an existing plane with an at atomic
omic atomic power plant to get it into
the air sodncr.
But he lid the Navy's study

micht' cause a three to four

months delay.
"If w really got down to it,

Price said the United States
could have a nuclear powered

Diane airborne in "18 months to

two years."
Oil Fefver Hits

CONSTANTINE, Algeria, Jan. 8

(UP) Oil fever today gripped
the seacoast city of Philippeville
where Prance's first shipment of

"black gold" from the Sahara des desert
ert desert wa, expected within 48 hours.
Crude oil, coming via a 350 350-mile
mile 350-mile Dine and, rail line from the

rich OH fields at Hassi Messa-

oiid. will erown a long French ef

fort to exploit the vast petroleum
resource! huried deep under the
desert sands,
.liint whon the oil will arrive

WIS n announced bv French of

ficials case of a last minute

sabatage attempt by Algerian re
Soviet Women Co

For New Paris Line

Fascist Plot

In France




en. descr



PARJS, Jan. 8 -(UP)-The Sur
ete Nftflonalfr Prance's F.B.I.-

has foiled an extreme rightwing

plot to overthrow the Republic,
poltoe offWal said today.-
'VW-MXpmGfy movement was

aiscovercd a few days ago wwsa1
custom agents confiscated docu

ments found in the ear nf a

"traveling salesman" on the
French-Belgian frontier.


The Ambassador, a former

president of Panama, rejected the

comparison drawn in the article
between the Panamanian situation
and the seizure of the Suez Canal
by President Gamal Abdel Nasser
of Egypt.

Arias Mid Panamanians had

Pollers To Occupy

ftouse Nexl Don


ciples of justice

The salesman, identified as

Pierre Bottet, was arretted and
charged with an attentat aeainst

the external -seeujity of the
country, the officials Said. He is
being held1 at Paris Fresnes Pris Prison
on Prison pending trial.

Surete Nationals exnerts said

the confiscated documents were

of "high interest to France's Se

curity." Tney gave no details.

Officials said the clandestine

movement was fascist. But it ao-

parently had no direct link to
any existing rightwing move movement
ment movement in France.

A large number of fascist

movements operated in France
before World War n and their
activities helped to bring down
the Third Republic.

French officials sought to min

imize the plot. They said there
is no indication that the nlan

had been put into action.

However, the disclosure is ex

pected to touch off a new out outcry
cry outcry from the extreme left, com

munists have accused the gov

ernment of not Being tough
enough on resurgent extreme

rightwing groups.

The Communist Party and the

Communist-led General Workers
Federation J COT) today launch launched
ed launched a fresh campaign for a "com "common
mon "common front" with the socialists
against an alleged fascist nten nten-ace
ace nten-ace against world peace. 1

Gov. and Mrs. W. E. Potter are

moving this week into new quar-.

tors m Balboa Heights, where
they will make their home until

extensive renovation and repairs
are completed on the Governor's

official residence.
The new quarters into which

Governor and Mrs. Potter are

moving were completed recent recently
ly recently by Isthmian Constructors, Inc.,
and will be used later as the of
ficlal residence of the Lieutenant
Governor of the Canal Zone. The
house is No. 103 on Heights Road
and occupies the site of the form former
er former residence of the Health Direc


The contract for the rehabili

tation of the 50-year-old Governo Governo-or's
or's Governo-or's residence was awarded last

week to E. O. Hauke Construction
Company and work is scheduled

to basin Monday morning. The

project will take approximately

eight months to complete.
Rose Out On Bali,
Returns To Clayton
To Await New Trial

NATO Council
Seeks Common
Approach To Russia


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WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 (UP) Ambassador Ricor-

do M. Arias indicated today that the United States Con
gress is fanning sentiment for the nationalization of the

Panama Canal by failing to improve salariet of Panama

nians in the Canal Zone.

Asked to comment on a published reoort that Latin

America may join in supporting the return of the Canal
to Panama, Arias said the Panamanian people are "grave "gravely
ly "gravely concerned" over lack of Congressional action on the
T955 treaty calling for equal pay for Panamanian and

u.j. vufKH iv vmpiuycs wno ao rn,e same worK.

5uch a measure passed the Senate last year, but A
held up in the House.

aspired to tha Canal "btfort
Nassar was oven born."
In an obvious reference to tho
Implementation of the 1955 treaty
he said that his people only want
what is "fair and just."
"Ths aspirations of the Pans,
main an people as to the

that they should derive from too
Panama Canal are based on the

and equitf,"


will $

to be their

New Type Parking

Win InlervenHon

Area Introduced

A type of parking new on the
isthmus has been established on
a first. Mime first. tr,u k4. i-

ie short private street behind

xiooa roiioa siauon.

Along-curb parking is now
permitted on this L-shaped pas passageway
sageway passageway which leaves La Boca

rtoaa m iront of tne Mn? st.ral

Court, runs between the eO
and Balboa jail, turns aham l

and proceeds behind the laif!!

Attiador Road. The passage has

bibo ueen maae one-way in tha

uiiecuon aescrmea.
The new parking technique
consists in leaving a marked
"intervention area" for each faU

spaces. The intervention area is

marxea wun crosse yellow 1WH.
It may be used either by lite
car in front of it or the on. ha.

ninn it, tnus giving great man-

euveraDuny ano speed in
tag and departure.

mese parang spaces i
addition to th iront-t
spaces that have exist

sometime between the police i

uon and La Boca Road.


dez Pa


Jan. 7 (UP) Soviet

ibed by Western fash-

as the worst-dressed in

are starting to get


scow said today that a

ut" like the Paris

has taken hold in

PARIS. Jan. 8UP)-Tne North

AtlantieTreaty council met today
to seekNk-iommon approach to
Russia's call tor a summit con conference.
ference. conference. Rut the British bombshell
plan for a non-agression pact with
Moscow forced the council to de delay
lay delay its decisin.
The 15 permanent ambasador

of NATO discussed East West
problems for 90 minutes during
a three and a half hour meeting
at the Palais de Chaillot head'
quarters this morning.
They decided to meet again
Friday afternoon for a further dis discussion
cussion discussion on the offer for a summit
parley made last December by
Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin.
A deepening rift between Euro European
pean European and.U. S, thinking over how
to deal with the Russians after

12 years of stalemate came up
for discussion in mis morning s

meeting of the permanent council

of the North Atlantic Treaty or

At last December's NATO sum

mit conference here ft was agreed

that today s meeting would pn

manly discuss a

proach to the Russians

Pfc. Hsrold F. Rose was back at
Fort Clayton today after 13 months

and 17 days m the Panama Crty

Carcel Modelo.
The 20-year-old American sol

dier, who was acquitted of murder
charges but convicted on a lesser
charpe last Friday, was released
shortly after a bail request by

attorney Jose M. Faundes was

by Justice rearo r ernan-


e judge, who had presided

over the jury trial of Rose and his

wife Blanca on charges resulting
from the death of 20-month-old
Eduardo Castillo, fixed bail st
$500. It was posted by a U.S. Ar Army
my Army officer.
The jury found Rose not guilty
of the murder of the little boy, a
son of his wife by another man
prior to their marriage, but found
him guilty of inflicting grave inju injury
ry injury and maltreatment upon the

child, who died from a blow on the

head on Nov. 22, 1956.

Rose's release on bail came as

a result of a ruling by the Supe Superior
rior Superior Tribunal of Justice that he

could be granted bail while the
new charge is being processed by
the district attorney of a lower

court for a new trial in a circuit

or, municipal court.

Faundes was reported today as

considering the possibility of re

cmestine that the Rose case be

Dieeon-holed because Rose has al

ready been tried and acquitted of

homicide and the law provides

that no one can be tried twice for

the same Offense.

Rose has been assigned back to
his pM outfit, the lTth Ordnance

a$- Company, as an automotive mc





Adas Missile Due

To Undergo Fo

Test This Afternoon


8 (UP) Scientists be tan stanv

by-step preparations before dawn

today for a fouth test firiM of

the Atlas intercontinental missile.

They hoped to get it into the
tb' afternoon.

The weather cleared after mm

and high winds yeserday .had

rhrnatenori tn rial a v tha lai

The Atlas, about 00

and weighing "some 100

been fired three times

but exploded s few

in the air the first twol times

flew successfully in Decern be
the first time.

The missile is made by

Convair division of General

mics Corp. and is

two booster engines

pounds thrust and one

150,000 pounds thrust.

missile drops the

gines high in the sky, it

dered a single-stage mi

all of its engines are

torn it Imvm IM laimi

Only the 'two smaller

were used in today's
technicians were not

dy to attempt to
bird over its full 5

imum range. When it

cember: the two

the Atlas about 600

entists were not e:

for much more




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Identity ot letter write is held in strictett eenfidence
Tliie newspaper anumei bo wpon.ibilltv rer ttat.menH or opinion!

tJRjprtssed in tatfcra from





. ... .-..i t rvio htorffpst. liar on -earth,

Ah fvv Tnuld be wrong I gave the printer my order for u
theZ 0.r,,c! rftr.harS still not ready. Seems

S oTereVTanae bVt-WUi get them out In time
put in spring gardens to keep out totruders.
T! w are havine real winter here and it's too bad for me

kke my littlt.walk to the corner More : tnan a
nnH cpod The Valley is not

mers are an nu, L" f" Th. nf rains. Lots of

ing so well, i-'iooaea wn v Mv frier,d

t 1 n Aiari nr. 1 'ov a v Miin iui ill itun -

&WbAh at her school house in

TT0ci,lna he sorrv to learn that he is

AJSSZ his nelnthe Bender Hotel .In Laredo Texas.
Fmze and storms have wiped out the citrus crop in flor flor-ya
ya flor-ya anthe Bioande Valley with its Jig crop should clean
5) a ?they don't M too hoggish, friend writes me froth Bo Bo-!Lr
!Lr Bo-!Lr mSS thPv ftivV a bia orange crop and a poor market.
Ifuld nVmeysSVhegcould get them Jnte "-g
T They are coming in from Mexico all toe Ume tftg-f

ik an tooK ine two i 4 -"-r tu ,,,,110,,
wMvilte in 1946. They have navel oranges in the Valley.
mfi0$t mi the-taste and that rich yeUow coloLthat

J oTkfiges had-lh Boouete. ( In Ca f t a

ry tarBraiiV near the 10th degree South lat nioe a ,tSmte, by oscore, hejs

unrl 5000 feet This is almost me same o bum isut u live Aey vmea ana wrong
JtVidP sn thev were at home. . ta two, which we consider a pret-
ituae, so tney were r- ry jew days . rffPnra

'"J." 0"aMrfrnm Maine tO CalifOr-, Ar aTTflhnr i,

tip end 01 me vear uiuukih. -- -"- r ,

IU arid Canada to Panama, and a lot of people gave-un f""uyionon voted "ript" on nine for
Es tSm T the Padlic They don't do, that; way on the eign poucy votes, wrong on twc

iuc siae. Pnn wrifht

The Repub ton high command
already is grooming a running

mate for Richard Nixon in the

1960 Presidential election. The

man who will run with Dick Nix
on, if there it no change in

strategy, is a southern oeoator,
out ot the bluegrass of Kentucky.

He u sen. Thruston a. Morton,
a "new" ReDubiican whom' the

liberals and tabor people believe

they will have to strain to criti criticize.
cize. criticize. All this still is in the talking

stage. But Sen. Morton has the

support of President Fasonhower
and Meade Alcorn, chairman of
the Republican National Commit

There is nothing nebulous about
this report. From Hit Wahest 0 0-OP
OP 0-OP councils word -has leaked that

there have boon those definite top
level discussions. Though little-

known throughout the country.

Son. Morton has boon a quiet

liaison between the Senate and the
White House. Ho is considered erf
astute politician and strategist. Ho
has boon a member of the House,
and Assistant Secretary of State.
Now 50 years old,' the junior
Senator irom Kentucky is a most

unconservative conservative.
When the story leaked, this re reporter
porter reporter checked with unions which
have strong confinsrlts in Kentu Kentucky
cky Kentucky unions wrack -would chew
out a Republican as quickly as
they could sajt; "Down With Taft-
!rtley" .... .

yet, in -tntr mmy one na

tional labor poiitjcal strategist,
Morton was described as a "Wayne
Morse kind of Republican well,
maybe not quite, but close."
"In the old davs in the Hauae.

he voted wrong seven times out

0. seven but he s learning," the

otxiciai said While scanning labor s
political records. "Recently in


1 looi integration nas oeen
personnel managtment, M u ooth and free of violence

' M4 J. M.,-V. 4A KA BOlH fOr

ma to set the best 01 u iur uum muj- :.,
ffthe Canal Zone there is a further need 'P"
cic jo v v,nnr This task should .belong

raeSg0Ujageme falls the respohsibUty
W w u"',""ri" 1V.. huHrllnsrs we call home;

of XinrfamiUea to those'fiame buildings we call home.
P1SSK; to the L right famiUes in he righ

U1W Par
ibt for themselves,
ftf parties are the

-rci ; approach tc life, and who care not a on i"r

iktoinn it would alleviate the complaints and, unhappmess
Sfto lesSb neighbors who live ord for themselves,
cause Dy wsb .oww . jT nartles are the

wo ieei tnv w ..u ?-rr a -Wt. f0r an

If PS notes citizens could all be housed in one locality

a""" IJXZZ i a destructive actton that

?SrZmSZ double. It : is nflWiyable that any-

housing manager would wish to live under similar cucum
stances Why should place anyone else JeoPardy?8jeepless

I tblnk something should be said "and done about the jitua jitua-tton
tton jitua-tton that exists down here. First of all, this talk about n n-ttonalbing
ttonalbing n-ttonalbing the Panama Canal. Panamanians are dam lucky to
bfcwttie United States down here. If it were not for us they
. n.i.AM. .u4 ho llvtno- In, erass huts. I

wpuia aw dbiuiib w h


KrT Srr .ir.'I"0 v ... i.rMi Qr,ti.American. and

Xfotr, rnmmnlt nrlnctoles in their minds, as Indeed do all

the other Latin American countres

Panama back to the colombans.

Anyway, I'm for giving


Fed tip



T I would like to answer a few questions for a few people,
especially American Negroes. First, let me say I am; a Negro,
ifdon't think Panama is the most wonderful place in the world
U be in or to live in. For my part, they can give it back to

MwTask "AU For Now" (Mail Box, Dec. 20) what the US

...u v.. Mmr nra it not. fnr tne American weKr.'

wmy back and remember when we Negro were slaves. HavJ

t ms work lor no pay enaDiea uk wmw nu!"vw w
Ud.-I uon't see what the West Indians here, kiekso much.
Tt they get a few lto"- "A L I?

w ever siop 10 rmnx inai most wcow uiumna vim

"Ah For Now" seems to think Negroes are to, blame for a.

, filth and prostitution, everywhere. Does he know wnp

ght VD into the US? was 11 a wegrur xuw iw
responsible for so many "light" (tnlRhty near white)
nm.q Tr im'i an int.prpst.pH in who is for mixine of races

who is hot, he might compare the number of Negro and

s OIs who brought Japanese wives nome wun wwm. iue
very few Negroes. l u

oKKii wav Panama nia not wani nmcrictux nyn um&

jit bnnm Rut. itt.'a fnpp it, we American Neeroes are

T UVU U Avn. " " 1

I. and capable in any kind of work from sweeping streew

running corporations.
American Negro







Do you know of anyone in your area interested in US
mn4 t olcn ha vp snmp recent, issues from Trinidad and

rhorW B.w.I. I have tried buvlne stamtjs here at home but

iuf it rather exosnsive. and thought that by dealing" directly

m someone down there it wouldn't be so costly.
Kenneth D. Ryan,
2500 Third 3tree
I Browhwood, Texas.


lad was absent once last year

xhe labor people see him with an
'excellent" renrd on civil rights.
J e comes fro..i Louisville where


tie labor people hold it up as a
model for other communities.
Though Morton's name comes as
a surprise, the selection of such
a possible running mate for Nixon
iits into the pattern of activity

designed by the Vicepresident

since President Eisenhower s ill


Nixon and his advisers believe

that much of the nation thinks

of him as a right Wins conservat

ivev rhey know -that -labor people

are almost unanimously opposed

to mm. The Vicepresident is be

lieved to feel that he must at

least neutralize this sentiment and

win some support from the na

turn's bloc of independent voters

S ne is to win in 1960.

In the past few, weeks he has

conferred with Labor Secretary

James Mitchell on these problems.
He has also been in contact with
labor leaders across the country.

And he has visited with some long

considered his most bitter critics.

Mr. Nixon has no hope of win

ning their support. But apparent apparently
ly apparently ho believes ho can convince

them ho has made a fight and
will battle in the next three years

for some of their demands.
Though Mr. Nixon can't hope

to crack tne organized labor op opposition
position opposition to thim, the strategy of
a, Nixon-Morton ticket obviously

35 aimed at cracking the South.
By 1960 there will be a terrific

ndustrial influx into the southern

tates. With the dispersal of big

new automatic factories and en engine
gine engine and missiles plants will come
tens of thousands of new work workers.
ers. workers. In some southern communi

ties and states it is possible that

tney may oe tne Daiance 01 po

ntical power.

This is happening in- Florida,

just as it nas developed in Ken

1 . 1 J I 1 1

lucRv ana oiner uixie states, in

many of these plants there jm

be Negro workers. Mr. Nixon is

very active on the integration

front, working closely with. come

national labor chiefs on the pro

ject. Undoubtedly this will win
his ticket 1 considerable support.
There still are some three vears

between 1 the formulation of the
Nixon Morton ticket and its no

mination -j- but if what is being
discussed now in and around the
White House develops, Morton will
be the campaigner to go after the
southern bloc while not irritating

First get born with a nose that


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gested to the Air Force that it

might be a good idea to have

Uie Harlem Globeirotters play be

fore Americans servicemen over

stas during the Christmas season,

I was resonably sure tne ui

crowds would be big. They were.

But when I looked at the nuge

barnlike Casablanca convention

hall, in which the Globstrotters

were to may beiore a civma,

crowd.' I wondered whtther c-

nough Moroccnas would be around

to fill it.

This was at 6 p.m. The game

was W start at 8:30. At 6;W po

lice opened the doors and pande

monium broke loose.

Several thousand exuberant Mo

roccans awarmed over the grand

stands, swampeu the police, even

snapped up the players' benches.

If Franklin Roosevelt ana

Winston Churchill had been stag-

another Casblanca conference

I doubt if more people would have

jammed the arena.

I sneaked around to a piace

where we had cached some ex

tra chairr and earned some out American

Walter Wincheil i New York

How to Become a TV Singing Star

Plus a voice that raps or tinkles;

Then develop gall and agility

To take the place of real ability.

' fbody within earshot. His back-pat-

Next, you scheme and scratch like


(You'll never make it if you're

' -lazy);
It also helps fa you wed some jerk,

Who's pretty good at publicity


So there you are on top of the

Giving out with a talentless beep

The fight was. tough hut on ua its


We're the viewers who hav to


Tom Weathorly

Celebs About Town: Errol Flynn

purchasing a baby turtle in a pet

place on tne Avenue ot tne Ameri

cas near 56th ... Jjnusner jsck
Hawkins having a ball dropping
nickels into the food slots. oL tie
47th ai B' ay Automat ...Garbo
strolling on w 57th St.-very alone
... Robert Montgomery, disguised
in trench coat (and pork-pie hat',
using 1 new automatic elevators
at 730 Fifth Ave., the Runyon
Fund's home ... Margaret O'fcrion
(who grew up to a very loud
whistle! doing her cute walk into

the Mir a mar ... Blind recording

star Al Hlhbler seeing the Rocke

feller Plaza Yule tree through the

eyes of Ms lovely wife, Jeannette

Midtown Vignette: The ham was

on at Maud Chez Elle, the popular

French apt". He was boring every

tine woe interrupted bv a lone-dis

tance .all which he took at his

table ... After he listened (without
saying a word for several minutes)
he hung up ... "Must have been
good news," said an observer ..
.in,, uj aiaaiaA onnthpr "3 m in.

i ivu 666" i w
utes of canned applause!"

interested in buying these for your

actor has his scufi links back and
most of the $1,000 he got selling


Sal Hps in Our Aliev: Bob Dunn

heard it at the Lambs Club ... A

whooosv Was asked what he want

ed for bis boitoay ... "i want,- ne

nouted. "to have my ears pierc

ed!' ... Two Little Clubbers were
discussing 'he new click show,

"Music Man" ... I hear," one

HL "it's the Broadway show of

jk. 'fin toevpp snirl

UIO T!lll ... -. wy.-,

the other, would nave Deen tne
show of the week... "That's the

trouble with teevee, said the

first. "There's a new weex every

seven days!"

Memos of a kidnighter: The Dis

trict Attorney's office is looking
for a red-haired (alleged) auto

salesman, suspected of bouncing

cnex m tne oeiier noye.
nature initials ate JDW ... Walter
O'Malley,. who cost the N.Y. City
subways a fortupe (by.movmg his
nnrfoprs tn Pasadena), is chair

man of the board of N.Y. Subway

Advertising ... me piawa i p

printed fables' about actress -Ma;

autnors ueriKi aim wiiire
'permit their works to- be d o, h e

there ... iioveiy canary ivum

nss SAO D-.P- Jaue iniuiuum
psychiatrist) sdood it Christmas
Day ... Recommended;; An unusual

nd novel new amum uueu.
Prnduced bv Gordle Hor

mel anviorganized by Leo Guild for

Zepher Recoffls. it memoes w
wellrknown stage7, sdreen and tee
vee favorites who never made voc
la (sones-l before. A bargain ..

nt.'t Tnvit rent: Teevee comiS

Don Adams and Georgie Day. The

old story of wno swipea wnose
.inai Actresses Joanne

Woodward and Clare Bloom and

comics Gene Baylos ana rmi rw
ter. Despise each other.

fihm Mr. Novelet: He is well-

lrnn,m tn mnvte fans ... His luck

auvvrai w T

soured and he, neeaeo com ...
sold a eon man chum pair of

diamona-studded cuff links for,
i nnn tkd pv -star's initials are

on them ... The pal went to a rich

doll who likes the actor scaus
"I thought," he said, "you'd


field Jumping Jacks, Frank
Dwinneh, Diiio Poxiotxw, Stev
Johnson and Bill Walbridge, ntado
this their ihird Chrrstmas trip
with "Pearson's SOB Follies.
Mich el Sean O'Shea. another Arc Arctic
tic Arctic veteran, acted as producer producer-director.
director. producer-director. GLOBE TROTTER -GO-ROUND
The man wb made it possible
to play the Harlem Globetrotters)
before GI crowds on this Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tour js Abe Saperstein, their
( flier.
He rearranged schedules during
his busiest season, dug into his
own pocket to pay all sorts of
expenses, took time tt come along
on this hectic, op-early, to-bed-late
The Globetrotters have covered
almost every part of the world
played in 11 foreign countries last
year. Butvthis was probably the

i mot ru??ed trm 10,000 miles in

base from the Azores

for t-substitjite players to sit

on. I didn't have a chance. ttBe "triofceu otters

They were snatched out ot my

chairs were tinauy

Cast, nf nhrflpters! "A h i e

Wall Street," who made his mint

in the financial sector running

errands for the monarchs of mon

ey... He pubhshts the magazine

"International Bride and Groom

...Hfr a bachelor... Al Duckett, new

exec ed of "The N. Y. Age" (the

nation's oldest Negro weekly). 25

years ago he sold newspapers on

Harlem streets. . Edith Piaf's

new hobby: Studying spiritualism.

Spends her spare time trying to

nvaKe contact wun tne oeyunu ...

Herb Greene, co-producer of the

waUoping hit, "The Msic Man,"

aiso conducts tne orcnesira. xou
just can't stand in the wings or in
the hox-office counting the loot all

Mnvievillp Murals? Chasen's in

Beverly Hills had a table crowd of

New Yorkers that attracted Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood pets. They included Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard (foots) Shor and
their very pretty 16-year-old daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; the J. C. Flippens (celebrat (celebrating
ing (celebrating their 11th anny); Suzy Par Parker,
ker, Parker, new 20th Century-Fox actress,

and the janitor of this dorm ...Mr.
and Mrs. Desi Arnaz (Lucille Ball)

tossed another New Year's Eve
poddy at their Palm Springs es

tate. Scads of everyboay tnere.

The invites read:- "Black tie be

cause you know how damh fussy

we are!" ... Giant Yule trees cov
ered with colored bulbs still ilium
ihate the Beverly Hills Hotel ap

oroach ... Lonfi-time Star comic

Joe Frisco, down to 80 pounds,
will be honored Jan. 10th by the
Masquers Club. He realizes it may
be his filial bow. r

hands. Two chairs were

found for Crown Prince Moulay

Hassan and his brother, loulay

Abiuliah. Other dignitaries had

to sit where they could.

Accordme to Dave zanKort,

Philadelphia sports announcer who

acted -a tour secretary, it was

the most enthusiastic crowd ever

to-cheer the Globetroters.

They laughed at the Brooklynese

of referee John Fox, applauded
the long shot of Wayne Univer

sity's George Brown cnortieo over
the antics of Harlem's Chico Bur-

rell, and went wdd over Benhy.
Schirtzinger, world champion ba-

tomst, who twirled flaming batons

between halves.

After the game, the rush to get
Globetrotter autographs almost
swamped the players' bus and
caused consul general Henry Ford
and me to get slightly roughed
up in the Inelee.
In an area where Little Rock
did more1 damage -than Sputnik,
i hope that North Africans now
know there eff be good clean A A-merican
merican A-merican sports competition.
You may think of Africa as hot,
but this time of year it can seem
coUer than Greenland. You also
think of Africa as dry, but this
time of the year as you look

down from your plane, the coun

try looks like a sponge swollen
rivers, sodden fields, brimming
ponds,.. In Greenland last winter
we dressed for the cold. Also gym gymnasiums,
nasiums, gymnasiums, mess halls, and barracxs
are well heated -r almost eer-

But in Africa it's mild during tne

day, freezing at night, once tne

sun drops below tne aeseri Hori Horizon,
zon, Horizon, Africa is like an i c,e b o x,

and the big airplane nangars

where our entertainers and tne

Globetrotters played to w crowas
are like a fteeb-lreeze.

As a result. ClaraCedrone of

the star comedv team, teorone

nnrt Mitrhe had to be tlOSDlta

lized. Four others got a mild
flu... In contrast there .wasn't one

-o- ot
is 6 feet S

inches. Some of them can almost
drop the baH into the net.
According to Globetrotters Capt.
Chuck Holton of Miwaukee. the
shortest foreign team he has play played
ed played was in Argentina. Players mi
it for diminutive stature by speeu.
Saperstein has two basketball
farm teams in Kansas City
and Chicago i keeps four scouts
on the road looking for tateni...
Benny Schirtzinger estimates
there are baton twirlers
in the U.S.A., including high
school drum majors. There is
even a dirtctory, "Who's Wo in
Baton Twirling." It shows that a a-bout
bout a-bout 5,000 twirlers are active pro.

fessionally. Benny himself won the
world's championship at Johns Johnstown,
town, Johnstown, Pa., in 1952 and 1954, and
the national champioship in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago in 1854... The art of baton
twirling originated in Siam with
sword brandishing.
Tripoli is best know to many
Americans because of the Marine
Corps' famous song "From the
Halls of Montezuma to the Shores
of Tripoli." In Tripoli I saw the
ancient citadel where the Marines
were imprisoned when they storm- -ed
the beaches during the war
against the Barbery pirates.
But what most Americans don't

know is that the Marines and the
Navy in those early days of the

itepuDiic suffer from exactly the
same trouble that has hurt the
Armed Forces today budget budget-cutting.
cutting. budget-cutting. Jugt as the defense budget has
been cut to the point of jeopar jeopardizing
dizing jeopardizing the missile program, so the
Navy in 1801 was starved by an
economizing Congress,
Therefore, when Thomas Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson declared war on the Pasha
of Tripoli after he cut the. flag
from the American consulate in
protest against the" bigger tribute
paid to Tunis, the Navy found
itself undermanned.
To make up for this, a Lieuten

ant Somers of the Marine Corps
sailed the ketch Intrepid, loaded

casualty during two trips to ureen-1 and d
land Reason: its SO COlQ m ttiei .jf t u. n ti.


was much Interested In a brief Dec. 28 oration by Prof.

Wlliins on the life of the Bard of Avon, wnuam snane snane-I
I snane-I am a great reader of old books, and a collector of

books. I have read quite a lot of the immortal bard, but

never read two o fine worn mentioned by wiiKins

sare's Passionate Pilgrim or the jaggau oi l&m l
interesting also to learn that the old poet was poison-

Urfm one JIamnet Sedlar.
Willons would permit, I wduld like to borrow his cbpy

! ihe PeMltoate Fiignm. i surmise he may nate to let it go

his conection. However, i am wuiintf to aepoeii wu ior

gart tor 3U days, n ne is willing to oo mis,
his contacting me through the Mail Box,

ess where I can locate him.

George A Gupin

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maid for $20 a month? Tell me wheft .this em

it is located.

gets $20 every fifteen days, .tfJmes to wonc
leaves at 4:00 p.m. No work tm Saturdays, Sun-

.vs lincludlru: Panama's holidays), does no cook-

warm tro the lunch at noon fop-the children which

hn nrenared the nleht befoi-e And set in the re-

n ae-ftin I ask. where do vou set. a maid thatSvorks

a week from dawn to dusk for $20 oer month?


Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service

"YAQUE" .,

Jan. 11
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Jan. 25
Feb. 1

Also Handling; Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

New Orleans. Service


In breadmaking, when the
yeast in the dough works upon
the starch in the flour, carbon
dioxide gas and'alcohol is pro
duced. The gas collects in
bubbles in the dough, making
it swell or "rise." When the
bread is baked, the, heat ex expands
pands expands the gas, making the
bread rise still more. The heat
finally drives off the asfbnn
dioxide as well as the alcohol,
making a light, porous bread.
O Britannic Jr. Encyclopedia

"JUNIOR" Jan. 13
"ESPARTA" Jan. 20
"HEREDIA" Jn, 27


Staee Door: Orson Welles sent

i mnmn ki 9 ffp tn fiflrni T.swr-

be waIm nf "Wpsi Sidp sto

ry." It said: "Don't cry while tak

ing curtain calls. It's only a play

Welles resumes teevee siaraom

fnr AiBC in the Fall ... Hairdresser

Ernie Adler broke down and wept

when he saw the frivolous essay

about his hairdo maneuvers for

stars in the -current Playbill tne

nrneram at the B'way tneaires

The author (Leo Lerman) called

Ernie "The Comb". ..Ernest vows

he'll get Leo's scalp ...Morton Da
Costa, talented young director (he

couldn't get himseu arresreo. a

years ago), has had four straight

hits in a row: "Piam ana rancy,

"No Time for Sgts," "Auntie

Mame" and 'The Music Man' ...

To our readers: Please send us

(in a note or a postcard) the names

of your favorite television pro

grams, so we can cnecK with tne
accredited and official rating surr
veyors about your choices. Ad

dress Walter wmcneu, w.i. Mir Mirror,
ror, Mirror, 235 E. 45th St., fi. Y. C, 17.


.Feb. 10

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger shins to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

To New Fork and Return t $240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco and
Returning from Los Angeles $270.00
To Seattle and Return $Ktt.OO

Arctic that the germs are frozen.
The entertainers who have given
their timt are spending long
hours in airplanes and putting on
two show, daily for American ser servicemen
vicemen servicemen without remuneration in include
clude include mistress of ceremonies Joy
Hodges; Dorothy Dennis (wife of
industrialist Alfred Strelsin); Bar Bar-hey
hey Bar-hey Ross., onetime world's light

weight and welterweight cnam cnam-pion;
pion; cnam-pion; Burt iBachrach, composer off

OKU jaa uaniiaii wlwiw,)

partner in Cedrone and Mitchell

(the third Christmas trip for
them): and Siri the 6-foot, 3-inch

glamazon who plays the part of

"Misss Misguided Missile."-

The Hartford models, Louise
Manning: Mae Conlev. Joanne

Smith, Hope Rydeh! Ginny Gay-

midst of the Barhary flee. The
plan was to set a fuse and get

away before the ship exploded.
But a snafu developed, the ketch
blew up too soon, Somers and
his men were lost or captured.
Tripoli, since then, as been un under
der under various foreign rulers, now
iSj the chief city of independent
But the graves of the Marines
are still to be seen on the shores
of Tripoli and flowers deck their
graves every Memorial Day.
CHICAGO, HI. (UP)-Tee-Pak, In
a firm that makes skirls for skin skinless
less skinless frankfurters,, predicted today
that the average consumption of
franks in the United States in 195$
will be 62.4 hbt dogs per, person.

Dinner Bell
, a)

Answer to Prejrfous Puula

Curtain Calls: Barbara McNair s
new 'Bdbby" recording ... J. Ri Ri-cardel's
cardel's Ri-cardel's rhythms at the Cotillion
... Jdni James' new Italian album

... "The Four Lads Sing Frank
Lbesser" album, not a rocknroller

In it... Frank Sinatra's Friday
nlghter (ABC-TV) with Dinah

Sounds In the Night! At the Ca
sanova: "Hullo, tan. dark-and-you
saved-mv enlnt!'' ... At the E

den Roc "Every time you throw

a rock you deprive some phony of
S home" ... At the Musette: "He
seems to have more talent when he

tells vou about It" ... At- Lln-

dv's: "When success Is starting to

III go to your head it is starting to
f go"...At Care TteTlslswmce: "Wt

daya get for a gin wno nas every everybody?".
body?". everybody?". At Martha Kay's: "What's
the latest cheat-chat?"

; 1 roast
of beef
! 4 Wipes up
, 8 They stop at
1 12 Popular
i 13 Siouan
' A Indian
1 14 Bread spread
15 Metal
16 Extreme
, 18 Soft drink
: 20 Encourages
! 21 Comparative
t 22 Wading bird
, 24 Had on
i 26 Black

1 Butter
2 Medley
3 Offerers
4 Dinner
5 German king
6 Chicken

40 Al

24 Cautious
23 Curved

26 German city

7 Watch
8 Grooms the

9 Century plant 27 Decide

10 Repose 28Airesn
11 Drunkards 29 Sleeping
17 precipitated places
moisture 31 Strip
19 Amphitheater S3 More mature
23 Founded 38 Nullify


41 Dinner

unnKB siowiy
43 Arrow poison
44 Former
Russian ruler
46 Of the ear
4? Ireland
48 Knocks Mghtiy

au Duuermea

- 30 Things. fo be
' done
! 32 Calm
J 34 Invade again
' 35 Revised
1 38 Assent

. 37SeU
i 39 Church seats
i 40 Sand bill
41 German (ab.)
42 Locations
. 45 Sophisticated
f diner
, 49 Never
1 satisfied
51 War god
i 52 Ring
, 53 Elevator
. 54 Bite
l 55 Indian weights
, fjf ptTnrninitlOB
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MA J GEN RAYMOND J. REEVES, director of military personnel, and members of the de puty
"hlef of U for personnel section, Headquarters USAF, Washington, arrived at Albrook yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday morninE f or a Maft visit to Headquarters Caribbean Air Command Above. Reeves
shown with Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon, commander, Caribbean Air Command coi. pavu
Trtain CAirGchief of staff; Col. Arthur p. Hurr, commander, Albrook Air Force Base
SJpJSSlJrfcffl'dSlitf chief of staff for Personnel and ggg.
Other members of Reeves' party Include Col. Thomas N Arnett col. fci&aSrgSfo
Mai. Edward L. Ellis, Mai Charles J. Ellis Jr., and Maj. Ralph Culet. (OfftctetuSAt' rnowj

(NEA RadioTelephoto)
THE SHOW DOESN'T GO ON Fiery soprano Maria Mene Mene-ghinl
ghinl Mene-ghinl Callas walks offstage followed by other members of the
cast in the middle of a gala Rome Opera House premiere.
Miss Callas locked herself in her dressing room after the first
act of Vincenzo Bellini's "Norma" and complained of hoarse hoarseness.
ness. hoarseness. Her action started fist fights among the spectators,
among which was President Oiovani Gronchi. With Miss Cal Callas
las Callas are Myrian Pirazzinl (left) and Giulio Neri (background).

Subversive Activities In Oriente Province Performed
By Communist Followers, Says Cuban Army Communique

. Ii j 14

CHAPLAIN i (CAPTAIN) THOMAS L. McMINN, JR., left, who ,was last week mwjgrawa
Se eruXr Ariny cmiverses with Maj. Gen. T nomas L. Harrold. second from left cmmand cmmand-tt
tt cmmand-tt S ofU Army Caribbean. Seated to the right of Harrold is Chaplain (Colonel) H.
Stllwi tTHAPrAi?T ehaoiain and at the right is Col. Robert W. Garrett, commanding
TFor?tobb McMinn is currently assigned as the
gSti SSto 'he 20th infantry and m

Red China's Largest Province
Makes Losing Bid For Freedom

LONDON, Jan. 8 (UP) Stn Stn-kiang,
kiang, Stn-kiang, the largest province of
Commumst China, tried to break
away and become an independent;
anti-Communist state, the Peipmg
regime admitted today.
Radio Peipmg broadcasts of a
meeting of the Sinkiang party
Central Committee Dec. 10 re revealed
vealed revealed that "advocates of local localism"
ism" localism" tried to "overthrow" the
present government and set up a
free repUbiid to be known as
"UirgbmTrtaB" (Turkestan).
The admission of the attempted ni tvn hv pxoerts in

London to mean the movement fad

been crushed,, otnerwise me Myn-

munist radio would not have men

tioned it.

Give America Back

Strong Right Arm,
Columnist Pleads
LONDON, Jan. 8 OJPV-paily
Expresa. columnist William Hickey
tailed on the governemtnt today
to give America back the strong
right arm it tost in the war.
The arm used to carry a torch,
i ... nort nf twn fieures hieh

tin on Bush House, a London of

fice building which houses part of
the state-owned British Broad-
..liiio Cnrnnratinn

tanwt ....
One figure still reaches out with
the tow:h of civilization" to a
fisirre renresentine America. But

America's riht arm was knock
mA n(f hv a hnmh in 1944.

Hickey complained to officials
of Bush House about it. He was
told that the statue is not going
in ha ronatrpd.

"I think it is? a pity," Hickey
commented. "All over London the
last vestiges of war damage are

twiner cleared uo. Surely a new

limh for America would be a

quite inexpensive boost to Anglo
American unity."
Woman Novelist
Gets Top Spanish
Literary Award

nARf!F.T,ONA. Snain. Jan. 8

(UP) Spain's top literary a a-ward
ward a-ward of, the year the Nadal
prize was presented to Carmen
Martin 'Gaite here last night for
her novel "Entre Visillos".
"Entre Visillos" Between the
Curtains was written under the
name "Sofia Veloso". It is the
story of four young girls in a
provincial capital and their rela-
.:.n with a 1uval Carman nrn-

? foacnr

The young novelist is tne
wife of writer Rafael Sanchez Fer Fer-losio
losio Fer-losio who two years ago. won the
same prize with his novel "El

Six Per Cant Chinese
SinViano 1ip hptwppn the Soviet

Union and Tibet and was incorpor

ated as a province ot unma in

1882, despite the fact that Chinese
wprp a minnritv. As of 1949. when

the Communists took over, it was

estimated mat e per cent ot bin bin-kiang
kiang bin-kiang 's four million population

were Chinese, home 77 per cent
were Turk'sh and 10 per cent were

Kazakhs. Both are Moslem and

anti-Communist. Hundreds of them
have trekked over the mountains

to freedom in Turkey.

naujo reipuig quuieu me oin-
kiang party secretary, identified as
Saifudm, as saying, "advocates of
localism have clamored for separ-
.' J 2 J J tl J

auon ana maepenaence ana ior
"national self-determination"

Wanted Ta China Svttwm

Mo caiH thov urantoH in "orinnro

the state system and prevent the
IT U! 1 M A

nan niuesej people irom enter entering
ing entering Sinkiang,
He complained that anti Com Communists
munists Communists had made "slanderous re-

tjavAWA Cnh. Jan. 8 fUPV

The General Army SUff charfed

today there is a "ciose comiec-

ffloB' between the Communists,

Rebel leader Fidel uastro nuw

and former President carios mo

Tho Armv iaffl in a communi-

que that they had "the purpose of
deposings the present government
with a rebellious movement, main

taining in the whole island a move

ment of an underground .nature
which is infiltrating the universi

ties and other educational centers
especially in Orient Province,

ontor nt nrespni reoei acuvny.

"The main executive committee
nt the rnmmnnist oartv in the

nripntP Province has been modi

t oH hut the Armv Knows me

names of all the present directive

committee," the communique saio.

'iiittprpnr amivpi xive suuvibtvo

' .

are bemg penormea in wipme
Pmvinpp hv men who are respon-

iw tn the Communist executive."

The Army said protestors at .var
rious schools in Santiago in prien-
i m-.trinpa and esnepiallv at the

Mariana Grajale School of Arts

and Crafts and the Hign scnoot
"intimately connected with

cpmmlBniit activltiei."

tt .oM an rm affencv. has

proved that labor leader 4 Felipe
t....j. i,.Wt VIIIm in San-

tiago on Dec. 19, was murdered

because ne was an nu.-vwiumumi
and a prominent tighter against


n a.ft hit murder was master-

ninHarl hv hiffh echelons Of the

lIliMUVW "J 1
rnmmiiniflt nnrtv in Havana and

that it Was carried out after Fidel

Castro gave his approval irom ms
Sierra Maestra hangout. It named

Potfna Tlnanv ax tne triEEer man.

Te communique iaid the mur

der 01 navea Aramuery was w

mark the beginning or. a series 01
.Mir in order to throw workers

into confusion. Other murders

were planned to provoice a gener-
tv.. vnliitinnarv nat

al IU live vt lire r

tern, the army said.

The army blamed Communists
for starting a strong campaign in

Old Lady Wrapped

In Dirty Blankets

Proves Rich Widow

WANTAGH, N. Y., Jan. 8 (UP)
A 76-year-old widow found ill
and wrapped in dirty blankets in

a rotung, ooaroea up oiu nus
TcisnA hmico was disclosift today

tn hive tu ooo in the bank and

30 snarbng dogs on which she

spent $30 a weetc tor iooa.
Mrs. Glenha Willerup, who said
.he nnre was an actress. Was re

moved from her home on one of

Wantagh's most prosperous rest

rtpntia streets.

Authorities! went to the ram

shackle littered house at the re-

nnaat nf neiffhhnrs who her a me

I., I
oonPerneri When thev had seen no

sign or me in me nuiwe iw bbt- ir j?lii4.
...i c-u. ..... t.i th pane crowine districts to hurt

erai uaya. oue wimuw .w- 'i-i- nt tnrinv to

hospital tor treatment oi teg ui- wm augai c.-tun
v.. j u. mm i,n water main! to Santiago.

cers, out agieeu io gu umy aiici

marks about Socialist transforma transformation
tion transformation and Socialist Construction."
Saifuding added: 'We cah under
no circumstances change our bas

ic iharxigi-Jueninisi, principles' on
Sftpialist revnliitinn nnii snpisl onn.

Etruction. Sinkiang has been and

ever win De an integral part of
the Chinese People's Republic."

ne sam tne uommunists were

"basically opposed to any bour bourgeois
geois bourgeois nationalism clamoring for in independence."
dependence." independence." The hrnartpast made no mpntinn

of violence or arrests.

Russian Violinist
Arrives To Give
Contorts In US

NEW YORK, Jan. 8 (UP)-Rus-sian
violinist Leonid Kogan ar arrived
rived arrived here today for his first
concert tour of the United States
and Canada.

Kogan was accompanied by his
plump, pretty wife, Elizabeth, the
sister of Russian pianist Emil Gi Gi-lels,
lels, Gi-lels, who arrived Saturday for a
concert tour.

Kogan, who came here under
the management of Sol Hurok as
Dart of Russo American cultural

nroerams. will make his U. S. de

but Friday, Jan. 10 with the Bos

ton Symphony in Boston. He will
make his first New York appear appearance
ance appearance in Carnegie Hall Jan. 18.


TOKYO fTIPl Fiftv former al

coholics, members of the 'WetHs
Temperance Society," toasteds the

new year in with green tea at
party Sunday AThen they sang t
drinking songs they had learn
at geisha parties of the past.

she was assured her dogs would

be cared for.
Police found the dogs, all snar snarling
ling snarling and unfriendly, in the base basement
ment basement and took them to an animal

shelter. ... Mrs. Willerup said she
wanted them destroyed if the

The source of her funds was
not explained, but Edward Goetz,

a neighbor, said she once told
him she owned property and "lots

of leases" on easoline stations.

Goetz said that for the last eight
years he had been getting gro groceries
ceries groceries and dog food, which he
left on her steps. She never ad admitted
mitted admitted him to the house, he said,
but left money on the porch for

linn lv uac ah ainrpiHiig. it in included
cluded included $30 a week for dog food,
he said.

2f uttinff lire to cane fields, and

of blowing up the main tower of

Radio oriental.

empesluous Maria

Barred From Rome
Opera Temporarily
ROME, Jan. 7-(UP)-The city
of Rome's top authority today bar barred
red barred soprano Maria Meneghini Cal-
1.. t u T r ju.

i iium yuxBMHHl VMeia lot Mie

time, being.

The order ended four days, of
doubt about whether the tempera temperamental
mental temperamental diva would be given back
her role in "Norma" which she

walked out on after the first act of
Rome's gala opera opening last

Tempestuous Maria hat been
fightim? for her oneratic honor in

a grim tussle that may end up in


Friends reported she had
anannpH nut nf the Henrpceinn that

followed last Thursday's opening
J J 1 A 11 : 9

mgnt oeuacie at tne opera ann
that her rnnm at the OnirinaTe Ha.

tei resemDieo a command post.

Maria's husband and spokes spokesman
man spokesman industrialist Oinvnnni Rat-

tista Menegnmi, punned one more
attnmnt tndav to nersuade nnera

superintendent Carlo Latinit to let

ner sing again ior noman auni
ences Wednesday and Saturday.

Meneshint nmted tnat tne ai

tnmative mlffht ha a leffal suit

asainat 'the Rome Opera for

Vireaph nf enntract

"My wife nat-always oeciarea
herself ready to keep faith With

her commitments as soon as ner

state of health permits it," men

ohiin ;n rt the tires toaav.

"Fnr a aina-er to he amitten with

an unexpected indisposition is a

somewhat normal tning, ne saw.
VRnt it ra aim normal that she

wui, ai ,"ev TT

should get wen again in time to

be able to respect per contract.

"Tnafs tne way n is wnn my
Anlw tU. amm manaKpment

Wilt, vmj w.-. h '-"o
up to now has preferred to ignore

this aspect" of the situation.
The Rome opera management,
in mairiria emereencv aiTanEe-

ments to fill Madame Callas' role

in "Norma" for Wednesday and
Saturday, apparently had dropped

a return oi u uauas m

There were even reports the op

era might call off future proouc
tint, a of "Nnrnia" to Drevent an

other Wow up over Miis Callas

and two rival sopranos.
Rut the management of La

Scala in Milan-where she, scored

h.r flreateat successes in U.U

rune joined in a show ot so'Jdar

itv with the Rome impresarios

They said they would maKt a sub

stitute singer avaiiaoie.

Pretty Blonde ill Stand Trial
For Killing Sleeping Roommate

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. Jan. 8

Barbara Hurton
Flies To Mexico
With Boy Friend
MRYTrr riTV Ton mn

Barbara Hutton, 45-ycar-Old poor
little rich girl, flew to Mexico to today
day today with her 30-year-old socialite
escort at her' side. She refused to

say wnetner sne wur atvorc;
spouse No. 6 to wed her first
American-born husband.

The Woolworth dime-store heir heiress,
ess, heiress, who has been a princess twice
and a countess nnpe at the nre.

ent time is a baroness. She mar

ried Baron Gottfried von Cramm,
a German tennis player, two
vears ann. Thpv have not seen

each other for several months.

At the time she married he
first husband, the late s Prince
Alexis Mdivani, a Russian, she
said she did not care for Ameri

can men because they devoted too
much time to business and not

enough to pleasure.
But for several months, Miss
Hutton has been much ra the com company,
pany, company, il Philip van Renssalaer,
handsome member of one of
America's oldest families. He re returned
turned returned from Europe on the same
ship with her last November, and
was at her elbow when they
climbed aboard an Air France
plane for Mexico City today.

vTtDYLj Cmnnne F.laine" Souie, a

r, v, -i. i..

pretty zo-year-oiu uiuuue hum
FVeeport, N.Y., went on trial for
her life today, charged with slay slaying
ing slaying her socialite roommate.

Miss some is bccubcu i
geoning and stabbing to death
n.ik.riu Maris Elvins. 19. Of

Seattle, Wash., last July 24 in the

Burlipgame uain., apaimeni mc
two girls shared,
nut Attv Keith Sorenson said

he will call 30 witnesses, while de

fense attorney G. HrooKS ice ana
John Cost planned to call 12.
Brooks and Cost insisted Miss
Soule is "very sick." To bolster

their claims ot meniai mness,

they planned to eau at least two

iiHU.T'iiiiin ini a Mini a uai Liivivamti

Miss Sdule has entered pleas of

not guilty and not guilty oy rea reason
son reason of insanity.
Snrenaon said he will demand a

first degree murder conviction and

the death penalty, ne saw toe
case could involve three trials.

Miss Souie, a deeply reugious

Jrl, had been wonting as a typist,
ihe moved to Burlingame, a sub

urb of San Francisco, about 1b
months ago from Freeport, Miss
Elvins, daughter of a wealth Seat

tle pnysician, was- wording ior
plumbing concern.
Tht twn cirls met at a social

affair at the Cpngregational

Church in nearby ban Mateo in

December ism ana too an apart apartment
ment apartment together last March. This is

what happened, the state charges:

At 6:30 a.m. on Jury z, miss
Soule awakened. Quietly, so as not
to disturb her sleeping roommate,
she went into the kitchen. She re

turned with a flatiron and crushed
Miss Elvin's skuil with more than
blows. Then she stabbed her 26
times with a kitchen knife.

Miss Soule, dragged the pajama

clad body of Miss Elvins into the

kitchen, covered it with a green
blanket and slipped a pillow un under
der under the bead. , t
She took an endorsed check for
tifin that Miss Elvins had iust re

ceived from home ano went wun
it to San Francisco. Failing toJ

cash it at five different banks, she
That niffht she at

tended her regu'ar typing class at

n we o' San Maieo. L,ater. sne

slept in th'e blood-stained bed.

On .Tulv 25. she chatted and had I

coffee wltb a neighbor. She tried

to move a trunk into her apart apartmenta.
menta. apartmenta. trunk that was to have

contained Miss Elvins' body.

She pave nn the attemot and

walked into the apartment of her
sister, Mrs. John Ward, and an


"I hit Kit over the head with

an iron ... vpstprdav morning

was an impulse. I did it ior the

But her father. Frank A. Soule

of Freenort disagreed. He said

there were a "few bills, but it

wasn t a auestion of money.

Edward Sickinqer,

Father Of Zonian,

Dies Jn Cincinnati

News of the death of Edward

Sirkinaer in Cincinnati. Ohio.

father of Mrs. Frank light, of

Margarita, has been received on

tne istnmus. Mr. suunger wno
was Rfi vears nlr! died Mondav

in a Cmeinnati hospital.

Mrs. ught had dpsji ca len to
le States last month because of

e illness o: her athr. Her tcm tcm-irary
irary tcm-irary man address is 2035 Dalej
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Soviet Cuts Armed Forces
Challenger US To Do Same


SNDERS WITH TEARS IN HIS EYES With ft Stocking covering rns iace, korcj

19. one of two men who held ax-' per sons hostage m a par at ingiewuoa, um.,

his hands in surrender Waitrus Evelyn Shane (right), one or wie nostages, wants

r,.hhinr hay f re fmm tho pffpci nf tur tras nollee were forced to use .on the gunmen.

two men had started out of cha bar after taking about $240, but found their way block-

police, who had been alerted by n secret alarm, "V

igressional Leaders Look

No Tax Cuts This Year

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Tils oreufttions came

House Ways i Meass fiamiiiittee
open five weeks of public Mil Mil-ings
ings Mil-ings on various proposals for re revising
vising revising the tax laws. A total of 325
representatives of business, labor,
farm and other groups have been
asked to testify.
i At the opening session, spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen for retailers, wholesalers and
other business groups pleaded for
majtr -relief from their present tax
Speaker Sam Rayburn told
newsmen that the committee even eventually
tually eventually might recommend some tax
"adjustments" or elimination of
ome "loopholes." But he told
newsmen: "There will -be no gen general
eral general tax relief bill in this session
in my opinion."
Senate Repub'ican Leader Wil William
liam William F. Khowland (Calif) said af after
ter after a White House conference with
President Eisenhower that he did
not expect the administration to
recommend any major changes in
the tax laws this year.
Despite these warnings, repre repre-entatives
entatives repre-entatives of 10 business groups
aDDearine before the Ways a

Means group endorsed various,

plans lor granting ouisiucss juma

tax relief.
Drawing the strongest support

was a proposal by Rep. ThomasJ

o. curat in-ttnj iu
uer cent cut in the tax bills of

business firms earning $150,000 a
Tear or less.

The olan was endorsed by the

American Retail Federation, Na

Clear 3

Confederate Ginrals

Of Treason Charges


Cairo Bride Kills

Thieves Attempting
To Steal Presents

CAIRO (UP) A bride of a few
hours beat one of Egypt's most most-wanted
wanted most-wanted criminals and an accom accomplice
plice accomplice to death Sunday night when

they invaded her bedroom on her
wedding night ,

Hamida halek's 'mother ws

killed and her husband Ahmed
was wounded--a-brief battle with
the two criminals. One of them,
known only; as El Borsha, wit
wanted for 14 murders and a num

ber of burglaries.
The Klialeks were in bed when
the thieves broke in through a

(yP,-Three Confederate gehK-L8
als vesterdav were cleared of M- weuu"l3? .. k,.

J .inl. WIS tallying MI1,- l-..u IW.

year oiu ucttouii uuu

MOSCOW, Jan. 8 (UP Russia
today announced a cut of 300,000
men from its armed forces and
challenged the United States, Brit Britain
ain Britain ana France tc do likewise-
A government communique said
the reduction would include 41,000
troops in East Germany and 17,000
men of the Red Army in Hungary
who would be "withdrawn to Sovi Soviet
et Soviet territory and disbanded."
It stressed that money saved
would be used for civilian pur purposes
poses purposes and that the Soviet was
acting in the "Leninist policy" of
promoting international .harmahy.
Cutback Only A Token
(Western intelligence sources in
London said the cutback was a
token, and part of a general
streamlining tor atomic-age war warfare
fare warfare such as the U. S. Army car carried
ried carried out. The Soviet armed forces,
largest in the world, are estimated
at four million men, 425,000 of
them in eastern Europe. There are
30 divisions alone in. East Germ


It was the third reduction in as

many years announced by the,
Soviets. In 1955, they reported a
cutback of 640,000 men and an another
other another 200,000 men in 1956.

ine decision was not a surprise

since the Supreme Soviet (Parlia)

mem) had recommended less mil military
itary military manpower.
The government communique
said the cutback was ordered in
keeping with the parliameit's de decision
cision decision and guided by the Leninist
policy "o.' peace and friendship
between nations' as well as a sin sincere,
cere, sincere, desire to lessen Internationa
tension ..."
Called Unilateral Step
The Soviets stressed that it was
a "unilateral" step.
"The Soviet government regards
it as a major new contribution to
the cause of lessening tensions
and creating, trust in relations be between
tween between states," the communique
"It expresses the hope that this
act of goodwill will -set the ex example
ample example for other states and primar primarily
ily primarily for the Reading NATO powers
the U.S.A., Britain and France,
which possess large armed forces,
in taking practical measures to re reduce
duce reduce armed forces and stop the
arms race, which is burdensome
and dangerous for the peone.'
It said the money saved by Ahe
manpower reduction would be di diverted
verted diverted to "peaceful construction
and further improving the people's
material and cultural standards."

charges lodged by a grand jury

here during the Civil war.

Indictments were brought In

1882 after Confederate troops

were forced to withdraw from
this community, then the Con Confederate
federate Confederate capital of Kentucky.
They named Lt. Gen. Simon Bol Bolivar
ivar Bolivar Buckner. Maj. Gen. John

Hunt Morgan and. Maj. Gen.

John C Breckinridge, who was
U.S. vice president under James

Buchanan from 1857 to ibi.
The Confederate officers, all
Kentuckians, never were tried.
The indictments were carried on
courttecords as "continued" un until
til until 1866 and then lost in the files
unyi found-recently.

Commonwealth Atty. J. David
Francis moved for dismissal
Monday and Warren Circuit
Judge John B. Rodes granted it.
The historic documents were
turned over to the Museum of
Kentuckiana here.


PLAN APPROVED BY PRESIDENT At Gettysburg. Pa., Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Marlon Folsom tells
newsmen that President Elsenhower has approved a one-billion,
800-million-dollar plan for expanding scientific educa education.
tion. education. It is a four-vear federal and state program which will
give college scholarships to high school students with a good
background in science and mathematics. At left is Press
Secretary James Hagerty.

was cairvins a kuii

milling around i the bee'room
while his accomplice, "iM.jhamr.ied
Abdullah, searched the rest of Ihe
The moment El Borsna turned
hi3 lack on. the bed. llam'm
grabbed a piece of pipe anc began
nnimrimi? him over the head. He

kknaeed to set off three shots.

before he died, killing 'ier mother
and wounding her husband.i
When Abdullah heard the shout shout-in
in shout-in Iip ran into the ioom.' Ahmed

grabbed him and held him while
Haniida beat im to death.


Oi Visa Control
BUBTTN Jan. 7 (UP) The

United States, Britain and France

charged m a protest n
that the Russians violated four -power
agreements in transferring
control of Soviet Zone travel visas
to the East German Communists.
Ti. wnctsrn Hie Thre ambas

sadors to West Germany declared

in the note that It was an oDuga-

tion of the soviet w guaiauic
travel in East Germany.
They told Soviet Ambassador to
Fast hermanv G. M. Pushkin they

could not accept the Soviet trans

fer of authority to issue visas 10
Western Allies nationals to the

w.ast Herman Red regime

Th Western Allied ambassadors

rejected the Soviet contention that
East Germany, as "sovereign
qite" had the right to issue


The Western note said mat is

suance of visas to wesiern nat.oni

including diplomats was an ob

ligation assumed by the hoviets

under the four-power agreements

on Germany. Any transier to the

East Germans, it .said, was a vio
lation of thee sccords.

The new Visa regulation went in

to effect Jan, 1. It has not inter

fered with normal traffic to Ber

lin, Western ofiicials said.

SEOUL. Korea (UP)-A Korean

distillery boasted today in an ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement lor "refined Korean
chung joo (rice wine)" that it is
tlie only Korean alcoholic ibever ibever-age
age ibever-age given special recognition by
the vice president, speaker' of the
National .Assembly and live ministers.

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AGREEMENT REACHED Joining hands after reaching an agreement that averted a threat threatened
ened threatened transport strike in New York are 'left to tight): Charles Patterson of the Citizens Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, Mayor Robert Wagner, and Mike Quill, ptesident of the Transport Workers Union.
The settlement provides for a 32 and one-half cent hourly wage increase and a two and
one-half million dollar fund to correct "inequities."

HELD IN FATAL ACCIDENT Getting; 8 hand from an un unidentified
identified unidentified detective, 16-yeat-old Christine' Nystrom of Mt. Ver Vernon,
non, Vernon, N.Y., arrives at a police station In 'New; York. The day
before, the pretty bobbysoxer, driving a stolen car, plowed
into the rear of a sports car at more than 100 miles per hour
while trying to escape police officers. The driver 6f the- Other
cat, Richard Sperling. 47, of Newton, Conn., was killed. Police
said Christine had been in trouble for Juvenile delinquency



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Anti-Negro Senators
In Alabama Willing

To 'Abolish' County

MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. 8

(UP) A legislative commission
chof-s state sen. Sam Englehardt

Monday to head a project which.

would abolish his own constitu constituency,
ency, constituency, if necessary, to prevent Ne Ne-eroes
eroes Ne-eroes from (rainine local control.

Englehardt, a White Citizens
CQunciUeader, originally initiat initiated
ed initiated the move In the Legislature

resulting in a referendum to sett

ud a commission to study tne
idea of eliminating Mtfcon coun county.
ty. county. The Legislature also passed a
comoanion bill gerrymandering

all but 10 Negro voter out of the.
countv seat-Tuskegee--home of

famed Tusleegee Institute.
The cornmlssion unanimously
named Englehardt as chairman
arjd Rep. James Hall of Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery vice chairman.
Englehardt appointed a five five-man
man five-man steering committee to draw
uo an agenda for the 17-member
commission at" its next meeting,
tentatively set for Feb. 1.
. "It is ihy belief the committee
will explore every possibility of
saving Macon county or reduc reducing
ing reducing it in area;" Ehgiehardt said
after a locked door session of the
agenda, committee. "But having
been liven a mandate by the
people Dec. 17 if we find It nec nec-essarv
essarv nec-essarv to abolish Macon It will be

Alabamans voted overwhelm

ingly in a general referendum to
give the Legislature power to en-

without furtne vote or tne peo people.
ple. people. The countv could be abolisht
ed bv a so-called '!10cal bill."

Negroes' outnumber whites sev seven
en seven to one in the central Alabama
countv located in the heart of
the farm belt. Tuskegee Insti Institute
tute Institute was founded almost 100

years ago by Booker T. Washing

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familv in Washington that their dauehter is beine "held can-

p'tive"in Detroit werev denied by the girl, Rose DeMetro, and

ner nusrjana, Jfeier sianiey, is, wno are snown nere at nis
parent's Detroit home. Rose told police she is 20 year old
and happily married to Peter. Rose's parents say she is 14
and befhf fteldcaptlye. .Michigan Sen. Charles Potter says hf
will have his own office investigate the .charges.

by Erskine Johnson
NfA Staff Corresponds


handsome Carl Reintr fellow who

helped TV's Sid Caesar murder
the movies is in the movies now!
Proving that Hollywood usually
gets the last laugh.
(But Carl, tall, dark and amus amusing,
ing, amusing, isn't blushing;
Even if he is at MGM, which
everyone was sure Caesar meant
when his TV show heralded an another
other another film satire with a title card

reading. "Real Expensive Pic

tures Presents."
And even if Sid dropped his
head in mock shame when his
TV laughmate for seven years
told him that he had been cast
With Glenn Ford and Doris Day
ih a Hollywood film comedy,
"Tunnel of Love."

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soiMN MOMENT This was the scene in St. Matthews Cathedral in Washington as Msgr.
Hpward J. Carroll, former General Secretary of Ihe National Catholic Welfare Conference,
was xotisecrated Bishop of Altoona-Johnstown, Pa. The newly-named Bishop prostrates him himself
self himself before the altar The Most Rev. Amleto Giovanl Cicognani (center, wearing mitre).
Apostolic Delegate to the U.S., is the consecia Lor.


Carl isn't blushing because while
he was helping Sid lampoon the

movies 1 was always dreaming,
he told ine, "of being in the mov movies
ies movies someday. I thought I had a
good chance because there are so
Few light comedians left in this
"TUNNEL OF LOVE," a zippy
Broadway play laundered for
MGM relase by Producer Joseph
Fields, has Carl as Glenn and
Doris' next door neighbor. Glenn
and his wife nr worried about

belnf childless after five vcars of

marriage while Carl and his wife

(Phil Slivers' TV girl friend, E E-liiabeth
liiabeth E-liiabeth Fraztr) just can't stop
having babies three in the house
and one oh the way when the
film opnes.
To say Carl is happy about the
role Is an understatement.
"It's hysttrical," he sayt.
And you can bet he'd ba back

at Hollywood, if
Sin fl'-st movie role pans out the

comedy nuggets I m sure it will.
Mts s reoining Sid and Imogen"
Coca, when they return to TV
Jan. 26, but it's non txfiulusive
contract, he'll be free from May
ttr September A he's atwe Sid
woudl give his blessings to now-nd-then
film acting The entire
telntr family wife Estelle, 10-ear-old
son Robhy and 8-year-dd
Sylvia Anne moved out to

Hollywood for three months with
Carl, Mho rented film star John

Howard's fromer Brentwood home

in uve ii up in styie.
wrote "Zgomar," a novel about
TV people, Carl's about to have
a novel published, too. It's titled
"Enter Laughing" but it is not
about TV.

ine piot revolves around a 17-

year-old ioy and two action-packed
days in his life when he dis discoverers
coverers discoverers acting and a woman.
Carl said he couldn't write a a-bout
bout a-bout TV "because I'm not bitter
about it, like Ernie, and I think
it's too early Oto be nostalgic a a-bout
bout a-bout it."
"People may tlunk the hoy is
me,"- he laughed, "and J hope
they do. It will sell more books.
But the boy isn't me."
His latest TV performance Was
on the Ethel Barrymore tribute
show. For that appearance, he
said, "I thought I was talking to
Sam Goldwin when someone witfi
"Remember, it's a tribute to a

great lady. We want lauirhs. Carl

but no jokes."

ALONG WITH all TV fns, Carl
was puzzled when the NiBC 10-year-of
television tribute failed to
mention "Your Show of Shows."
on which he first worked with
Sid and Imogenc, and that it
even ignored Caesar. Here's the
lowdown from Carl: i

When ym'afe irritated by y

and temnted to tell VO

friends what a problem he is. re
member that though you will for

get the irritation and forgive the
lanse in eood1 behaviour, those you

tell are likely to. remember it and
mark your child down as "a real
So show enough family loyalty
to keep vour child's faults and

shortcomings to yourself.

MOULTRIE. Ga. (UP) Frank

lin Hackle, 12, .killed a rattle rattlesnake
snake rattlesnake in his woodpile with one
arrow from the bow he received

as a Christmas present.



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NBC wanted to use an old'klne

scope from "Shows" and Sid said
fine if the network would give

Producer Max Llebman c r e d i t.

But Max and NBC aren't talking

while he sits out a three-year NBC
contract. "No credit for Liebman,"

the network reportedly said.
"Then no release from me," said
Sid. And that ended that.
Carl's no lover of old kmespopes,
"I've seen some ,of minle made
only eight years ago and it's fan fantastic,"
tastic," fantastic," he told mt. "They're si
awful they look like old silent mov-

READY TO ROLL OJJ NEW ROAD Drher Cart Desterdahl
is congratulated -by Connecticut Gov. Abraham Ribfcoff al
the former gets ready to take his bus out -on the new Con Connecticut
necticut Connecticut Turnpike; after the road was dedicate at Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich The turnpike was built at a cost of 464 million dollarf
and is the largest project ever undertaken by the state. Later,
Governor Ribicoff was scheduled to take part -in rlbbpn-cut-tlng
ceremonies at Klllingly, which is the other end of the

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FROZEN IN Chicago firemen use a port
Ice from a water tower truck so that the
was still burning a day and a half after it
tion In the walls of the seven-story empty

it and axes in an effort to remove
aken from the scene of a fire which
zero temperatures and cork insula insula-rehouse
rehouse insula-rehouse have hampered the firemen.


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column should aa ubaittea 1 II mi
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tha box MMk lilted daily W HBBI
cul and Otharwiae," at deiivtrad 3MHHHsMp
hsad (a tha efflce. Netica at 9
meeina cjnnot ba aateeted h m 1
telephone. :Ih'

The ate AFGE

forces in tha

held at the Tlvoli G
Vita function wil

Civil Rarvlee avstem.

husbands and friends
be obtained .from any
door of the Tivoli on t

Canal Zone have combined
hanonet and dance to be

on Friday, Jan. 17.
m diamond iubilee of the

ibers of AFGE. their wives,

vltii in attend Tickets mav

officer of an AFGE odge or at the
ie eveninir of th ebanquet.

. M it.

luinanrahtn of a

I xlllhrato


am in

The United-States Civil
ActwiH be 75, years old
16. The Ci' U Service Cat
has prepared a 33-page
the observance of the 75

vprsarv rrf the Act throughout the

United States, its territories ami
possessions, -during the week df
Jan. 12 to 18. In addition tha
Commission has encouraged all
ageneier in the Government to
participate in the diamond an anniversary
niversary anniversary observance, not only
during the official civil .service
week, but throughout the year.
The idea of celebrating by ap appropriate
propriate appropriate ceremonies each year
the enactment of the Civil Service
Act as originated in 1935 by the
AFGE's Harry Kranz, who later
became Regional Director of the
Civil Service Commission's 12th
Region in; San Francisco, Califor California.
nia. California. During the war years, how however,
ever, however, after the war, and have
been one of the important annual
events, particularly -in Washington
D. C. AFGE circles since. The
event in Washington is always
highlighted by the attendance Jf

high-ranking members 01

fTnuD lllfl

OrTjsta. 18 of th'is year, Vicepre-
. . in i 4,1 I : ..( ...

swent iNixon ww neaa van ui w
distinguished speakers at the af affair.
fair. affair. Ambassador of France
Gives Luncheon
For Dr. Ve Oars
The Ambassador of France and
Dean of the Diplomatic Corps,

T.innel VatM and Mrs. Vasse cave

liinchenn on Monday at the

Embassy residence in La Cresta
in honor of Dr. Jean Albert Vel

Colombian Ambassador
Entertains .
mLL .1 .1 C rtAlAmhi, in

ine AuasBnuui w.

Panama Dr. Kaui a. Barrios arm

Mrs. Barrios entertained at din dinner
ner dinner at the Emhassy residence on
Sunday evening for a group ot
their friends.
Col. and Mrs. Sauaer
Hold "Open House"
Colonel and Mrs. Clare Sauser

new vyvu ----
ial quarters on Sunday, Twelfth
Night Eve, for 85 guests.

Ian. Mr. and Mrs. Acty
fee Mr. Robert Austin Acly of the
mi United States Embassy and Mrs.
the fAely .entertained with a cocktail

party at their home last night.

Atlantic Side
ft.Ua. Wimtara

wtnnoi-a nf the reeular weekly

bridge games played on Monoay

evening at tne Biargarwa aerxite
North and South.

Mrs. Irl Sanders with Mr. Juluis

Loeb and second, Mr. ano airs.
iw a Tnllv. East and West,

first, Mrs. Juluis uko wun mi

Hayden Jones ana secuuu, xu
Myra Brown with Mrs. W. Wood

These games are piayea every

Monday evening negumuig

o'clock. The puwic rs coruiauy m

Thomas Gibson
To GeorflU Tech.
Mr. Thomas Fieldmg Gibson.Jn,
Mhimed to Atlanta on Saturday

niass to -Ksun-re hi iudie. at
Vfll0.IT' -T r- : nnAr1

The feoro Miguel Civic Council

will meet Friday night at 7:30

under tuuilding 36 to near a num
her rrf rennvtte

The reports will include those

from the last shirtsleeve confer-
enne wifh Canal Zone Gov. W.

E. Potter, the commissary lorum,
sanitation committee and the

Christmas treat committee.
Household of Ruth
Meeting Postponed
Due in unforeseen circumstan

ces, the meeting of the House
old of Ruth 5649, Grand Order of
Oddfellows has been postponed
from Jan. 9 to Jan. 29.

Engineers Will
UaM f karltr Hfifihf

IIVIU VMUiiVi mgrn
Dinner Tomorrow

Lt. Governor and Mrs. Hugh
M. Arnold will attend the Char

ter Nlejht Dlnnet to be given a
tho Tivoli Guest House tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening by the Canal Zone
Society of Prof esatonal Engineers.
At noon today a total of 125
reservations had been made for
h dinner ainii additional reser-

vations are expected before tne

end of aay.

tiukllnkt nr fnmnrrnv nlorht's

dinner will be the presentation
to the Canal Zone Sodetv,01 ari

official cnarwr oi aiiiuMu

with the Natloaal society of Pro Pro-lessional
lessional Pro-lessional inglnelers. The charter
will be presented by Dr. Clark A.
TViinn wipe nrefiident Of the

Boutnwesiern iwgiun oi me -tiorwi
society, who is arrivtog

tonignt Dy plane rrom ui"u

Dr. Dunn is Executive Director
of the Division of Engineering

Besearcn ano rroiessor oi uivu
Engineering at Oklahoma State


Tnmnrrnw noon the Board Of

th. renii 7.nna Sncietv will en-

tertalnr. Dunn at a luncheon

at the nvou. At tne same unre,

Mrs. Dunn will be the luncheon
guest of wives of members of the

Canal zone society.

Members of Rodman

Credit Union
To Meet Jan. 23

Mem hers nf the Maw'P.Odmftn

federal Credit union will hold
their annual meeting in the Co Co-coli
coli Co-coli Clubhouse at 4 pjn. Thurs-

flay. Jan. 29, It was announced

yesterday by 8. H. wynshaw,
president of the credit union.
Wynshaw said he expected an
attendance of about 400 mem

bers and friends.

Members will vote on future
policies and will discuss the pro proposed
posed proposed extension of membership
to include Naval and Marine
.orannnol Clonal-

1 directors! and committeemen
also will be elected.
ThW mill mark- the rlimav Of ft

- -i ... i. H..41 hmImm

goou year iuc uie umuu,

the presroent inaicaiea. ne

n the credit union stood at ap

proximately $94,349.82 up to close

15 per cent over the previous

niirirur th no st mr thm Pod-

an rpn 1 i miiiiii iiiuiih m hii

771 loans, ransnne rrom sau to

on ni 11 inununs was aiouuv.

1 Willi.'! I 111! V .Ull.l ,11-V.I IK iivrw uuv

Georgia Tech. Mr. Gibson spent

the Christmas nouoays wm
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gib Gib-soh
soh Gib-soh of Gatun.
Carnival Danca
Class Resumed
The Carnival Dance Class at the
USO-JWB has resumed its regular
schedule of meeting Wednesday
ot 7-m n irt. These class-

es -will continue frbm now until
the Carnival season in Panama,
to affdrir the military personnel
and their dependents, and any
of the public of Panama and the

Canal zone ana opportune j
M4t,ntrhaa in the fun.

Fot gaiety, for fun, for native

music and coatums, come
ovoninu at 1:30 n.m. to oance

the Panamaman idances or to
leam the steDS, ia time for the

Carnival season. Captam Luis To To-var
var To-var is instructing the class. There
is no fee for parti'cipahon in
these classes.
Mrs. Pat. Marfan
Will Speak
At Alkratr

The Albrook OfficeraV Wifes
nil hold ita KHuail lun-

cheon on Jan. 15 at 12:30 at the

Albrook Officers' uud. wirj. ri
Morgan will be guest speaker of
t-U. tAvnnnrh arw. ill to ill dil

ute ftlllUWVUJ a--
iai and demonstrate, "The Art

of Flower Arranging." Reserva
tions must be made for the lun
cheon with Mrs. Dale at 5221.

Albrook Wives

Will Hold
Monthly Coff
Aibrook Officers' "Wives Club
will hold its monthly "HaU and

Farewell" coffee at -ao a.m. on
Friday, Jan. 10.
Cristobal Emblem

Club Will Hold
nttallation .

Cristobal Emblem uua wo. a

.rii hnii its annual lnstaUaUon

of officers at the Klks Home in

Margarita on Jan. 18 at p.m.
A buffet dinner and dance wiU

folldw. All members and tneir
guests are invited. There will be

a charge ot wr rumm.

C. Z. Roller Skating Club

Meeting Tomorrow
The regular meeting of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone aRolter Skating Club will
be held tomorrow, Thursday, Jan.
9, at 7:00 p.m. at the Balboa Rol-
lorH.n-; Ku;nocc (mil inrliide ac

tion on changing the by-laws, and

the election of omcers.

J) ree sKating tor ciuc memoers
will follow the business meeting.

Written for NEA Service

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fkKltll' Wit' WFtll Bfli
1 a t w 2 Paw
le) Past J 8N.T, Pats
i Past Past m Fast
Opening lead W Q

MISS LUCY ANN DRISCOLL (right), niece or Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Lerchen, bf, Balboa Heights and Miss Linda Gsfllow8,y
visit Miraflores locks during their ,tficest visit fflei Canal
Zone. Miss Drissoti anu Miss Calloway, who are roommates
at Alabama Polytechnic Institute in Auburn, Alabama, were
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lerchen during the Christmas
holidays. Miss Driscoll is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Driscoll, former Canal Zone residents who now reside in
Venezuela. She was bom in Panama and is a graduate of
Balboa High School.


Stay-At-Home Boy
Makes Dull Husband

Opens Tomorrow
Tomorrow. Thursday, at 5 p.m.,

, .rtiaf Henruk Dziencearski,

axa inanffurate an exhibition of

kl. ..intlmri The exDOsitioft Will

k. haiH t the. Art Gallery located

on Via Espafta at the entrance to

La Cresta. , .u.
The rtist, Dzierncgarski, with
a long record as a fine artist in

rant ma 1 nas exmuuu w wumo
on,many eccashms .h'fjfe"
wall received by the public both in

exposition whose inauguration will

be at enoeaoy oigr, w,e.

aeparimeni m. ruic v

The liTiluckv evnert had me in

his clutches again. Here is his

latest nrvmrilotnt.-

'T hart a nhaniu tn aawe a mh

her tnHnw when South t.rieH to

cash in 100 honors in diamonds

and ran away irom a saie tnree

"T nnenerf the mieen nf hearts

South won with his king and

Knoc&ea out my ace 01 aianunuw.
T nlnved a second heart, and

dummy won with the ace. Out

came a low ciuo anu my partner
hopped up with the ace. Natu Natural!
ral! Natural! v T alcmaled with tha nine

and my partner played his three

ot craps.
"Declarer ruffed and ran out
oil his trumna Prior tn th last

trump lead I held the ten of

hearts, jack-five of spades anu
king of clubs. Dummy held the
even nf hearts ltinc-nina Of

MiaHfit anH ntiMn nf elllha. Mv

partner held the three spades

ana tne nine 01 nearas.

She is in hr early twenties

and married to a stick-in-the-mud
who never wants to go anywhere
or do anything.
Slit says she loves her- husband
but is lonely and bored just stay

ing at noma taking care ot tnetr
mall ohilii wifh newer anv fun

OU1MI WUU) ..v u 1
or gaiety to look forward to.

I'm printing her letter in tne
norm that it Will keen vounSer

readers from going steady with

young men who don't ever want
to take them to parties,, dances,
at inin fai aoma outdoor snort, such

as tennis, swimming, skating,

golf, etc.

Her letter says: I am a young

wnman in mv earlv twenties

White I was 16 I started dating

a boy who never wanted to join
the crowd, no matter what the

crowd was doing.

"After three years of court snip
we were married. T love mv hu-

hand hiit he still isn't intimat

ed in having any kind of social


"Not onlv, did T mist, when I

was dating, going dancing, skating,
bowline and all the other tihines

teen-agers enjoy doing but I
am still missing out on having

"My advice to any girl who is
rlntinc a vouno man whose onlv

idea of entertainment is sitting at
her home evening after everting,
or going to a movie is, 'Drop
the young man before you -find

your sen in love wun mm ana tma
somebody who is more fun to be
with.' i k V.

"Young giris often dent realise

how they are handicapping them them-salvia
salvia them-salvia when thev tie themselves

to an inactive, disinterested boy.

a lot 01 divorces come rrom a
couple's not having any fun to together
gether together as a couple.
"A girl can tell before marriage
whethtr or not a young man is
a stick-in-the-mud. The trouble is,
before marriage she may not rea realize
lize realize how ntuch it is going to mat matter
ter matter to her happiness,"

Judge Finds Farmer

Criminally Insane

For Bizarre Crimes

Jan. 8 (UP) Farmer Sd Oein,
who confessed slaying and
butchering a woman storekeeper
nnri stealinc other women's

corpses from their graves, began

yesteraay uie iirsi aay 01 wuat
probably will be a life term in a
mental institution.
Oein was taken to the Central
State Hospital tor the Criminally
insane at Waujrun, Wis, Mon Mon-dav
dav Mon-dav niffht. after a ludtre ruled

that he was insane.

The decision stirrea resent resentment
ment resentment in the shy bachelor farm farmer's
er's farmer's hometown of Platofield, Wis.,
and Circuit Judge Herbert Bunde

termed tne ruling wie lougneai
T'va Vial fn mnlre

Bande. in ordering the 51-year

old murderer oj wo women to
the state hospital, said Oein
nrnhahio will never aea the out

side world again. Oein had been
held at the hospital for observa observation
tion observation most of the time since his
rambling "house of horrors" was

Two psycniatriaxs lesuneu
rn ait I 1 tiiuAA Uilf a

Win was leaauiy iouc, uui
third said that although Oein
was medically insane be knew
the difference between right and
wrong and therefore was legally


Wisconsin Atty. Gen. Stewart
ttfunanV nil,, f. nnlr nfirSOnal

aaWHVA) JV v a pa..
charge of the prosecution, de-

manaea mat uem e puiBiic
for mui'dM. Honeck later indi-

catea, nowever, ne woum not ap-
neol the rilHno

Oein's attorney previously had
entered a plda of Innocence by
reason of insanity to an lndict-
manl, nharnlnB !. arit. hnrV? -f

the tv7o slayings. The attorney,
...1)11 n.U. n 4 rl wO hfln.

py with Bunde s decision.
British Princess

Socially Launched
By Gay Bhiebloods

jflHTviu Tan n ftrp Nearly

200 bluebioods and gay blades

went home with the mllianan
Tin efttfio oftor Innnp.hintr Prill-

cess Alexandra into Britain's
matrimonial stakes at a night nightlong
long nightlong mambo party in Kensington

.wn wiWnhPtii nnri her hllS

band Prince Philip joined in

fun and troucs. wnicn snea m
dinner and ended with breakfast
at 5 a.m.
rnu nolehratlnn formallv

marked Princess Alexandra's 21st

birthaay. whlcn ieu on unrwi-

masDay. x

D.iTiftn lvxaroareT, 111 ht. ouiia with a oold.iidn t snow

... IVim.irV. aha la nnm of the roval

family's most enthusiastic danc dancers.
ers. dancers. But at least one of her fre fre-auent
auent fre-auent escorts, lrtd PlunkeW,

rocked, roiled ana jna-cna-uim a
with the erowf JU.
The occasion was the fifth
time recently that Princess Mar Margaret
garet Margaret had failed to show up at a

royal party or special appear




flit 116 ironing

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the ECUAD0REAN airune


VV,;', v 1. it

Girl Scoot
Council Meets
the Canal Zone Girl Scout

Council will hold their first an-
nilal maanmn vF f Vua vaar- in ihsm

ataema uiwums wi wis jvaasi ax wv
ballroom of the Tivoli Hotel Tues-
i a t j .t

ana uic nmc ui nay, Jan. 1 Degmning prwmpiiy
"On the last trump lead I ws!,t o:oo a.m. All registered adults
in a squeeze and discarded my are urged to attend, as many i-
flvA nf enoripc In t.h vain nOQe ;.reaat n

150-Mile Winds
Hit Fiji Islands,
Cause Great Harm
SUVA. Fiii Islands. .Jan. 7 (UP)

A hurricane which swept the

Fiji Islands with winds as high as
150 miles an hour caused severe
damaee to the T,aii Tslanri crroun

southwest of Fiji, reports reaching

nere today saw.
Tha rennrta aaM manv linnaac

were destroyed and coconut palms

suippeu aim uprooiea. uui no
lives were reported lost in the

Family Night

At First Baptist

Church Tonight

An evangelistic campaign which
.t.rtoi la at Simrlev in the First

Bartist Church of'Balboa Heights,

will feature family nignt ana a

"full house" tonignt at 7:ao.
Th anaaW is Dr. Clifford Tew-

is, president of the Kansas City

(Mo.) BlDie vouese wuu bwv
nifia in tha Canal Zone on a tour

of Central and South America.

This evening at "Family wignr
parents are being urged to bring children Prizes will be given

to the largest family, the oldest

man, the oldest woman, me cou couple
ple couple married the longest and the

mnat repent v-marriea COUDie.

The sermon this evening will be

be "God's Peculiar reopie. mere
l tnefiai music at each service

and tonight Mrs. Webb Hearne will

direct the ebon-, i ne meeangs

contiime nighfly at 7:30 through
Wednesday, Jan. 15. The pastor,
Rev. William H. Beeby, gives a
cordial invitation to everyone to

five of spades in the vain hope
that mv na.rt.ner would hold

queen ten small. Now South
went over to dummy's king and

nnessea ne ten spot w umu iub


"If I had dwearaea tne ten 01

hearts dummy s seven spot woum
have forced my partner to un-
aniorH hlc aruuiea BO I WSl dead

whatever T did"

wen v t. aain "i non r,m anv

horn iiTnir von chucked tha "de

fense when you signaled ith
the nine of clubs. If you had

played your lowest ciuo your
partner would have lad a third
heart and the squeeae would not
have developed.
"Oh, yeah?" said my unfor unfortunate1
tunate1 unfortunate1 friend. "I forgot to tell
vou that my partner had his silly
three of clubs on the table even
before I played my nine.

ienis of interest, to you, are on

tne agenda.
There will be an election of

new officers and Mrs. Martha

Hamilton, acting president, will
give a report on her recent trip
to the national convention. Other
important business must be taken
care of at this meeting.

The meeting will adjourn at 1

p.m., to enable Atlantic, side com

muters to catch the 3 0 clock

turn train Anvnma naaiiins tran

porta uon, piease can tne scout
Office, Balboa 1350, before 5 p.m.
11 1 Y- in

inuuuay, jan. s.

, Q The bidding has been:
South West North A East
'1N.T. Pass 3 NX JL Pass
;Paw Pass

A You. Weat hold:

a87 tJIflSI OK41 a!7SI

i What. do vou lead?

! A The daoee of hearts. The

jonly ebaaee to beat this hand Is
;to kit your partner and your

;uoea 01 beam saay new sasa oui

i ll he has a heart suit of sorts.

I The bidding has been: ;
(South West North W East'
fte Pass IV la
jlN.T. Past 3 N.T. m Pass ;
Pass w Pass
1 at aa a a I

xou, west, noia:

.Met 8 7

! What do you

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TDVVn fTTPl A Tnlrvn He-

oartment store offered for sale
today a black formal kimono
decorated with likenesses of Lai Lai-ka,
ka, Lai-ka, the Russian space dog, in instead
stead instead of traditional .Tananeae

re- iamuy symoou.

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animal honiilara nrenared todav

to ship two rare Tibetan dogs to

presiaent jtisennower mswhui
the Nepalese government. The
Anam flharna Mastiffs Came

from across the Himalayas and

were reported to De tne "r
shipped to the ,United States.


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Thi-M young guests at the Hollowell-Crook tree burning party take a break from
throwing tree on the flames, and pause by the refreshment bohio for a coke and
a chat. This was the climax of a busy week for many of the youngsters, who had

been csllecting trees for the burning.


The children are eating hotdogs and cooking marsh marsh-mallows
mallows marsh-mallows over the embers of the fast Christinas trees, and
the adults are helping themselves from a groaning buffet,
or enjoying a song-fest around the organ, so host Bill
Holowel( pauses to chat with a guest, and survey the
scene. Bill's Christmas activities, which start with his
sleigh rides and end with a Christmas Tree burn make
Christmas an especially exciting time far many Can&l
Zone children and grown-ups too.


TREE BURNING Rabbi Nathan Witkin (left) is shown among the spectators' at the Christmas tree burning
AT DIABLO g'Ve" by Ho',owe" and 'rook fam'lles at-their Diablo home on Saturday night.

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BE MEW of the 949th M.P: Company; Fort Oulick.'lire recent graduates of the Canal Zone police Course on Case Pre
tton and Oeurt Room Procedure. Caot. Eiwene ShlRley, District Police Commander; Cristobal, on the extreme left, pre-

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LOOKING AFTER J- D Mitchuaeon is shown cooking one cf fi ; I und cds of weinere eaten by the children
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, 1

Rampaging Carta Vieja Tries To Lengiliei
i ; 1 n" 1 1 1 1 1 1

lot f.H

Yankees Tackle Runerup
Cerveza Balboa Following
IVinbill Sweep Last Night

Manager Billv Shantz and his rampaging Carta

viii VunWa hA twn

v ivjn i wiivwp ,mwu wttv T- w r
turning back the Chesterfield Smokers twice list

night bv identical 5-3 scores. ,.;
First, they plan to bump off the second-place
Cerreza Balboa Beermen tonight arid take a hee hee-anie
anie hee-anie lead, then they will sit back and take & elgr
fo? the next five days and hope for the opposition to
:krick themselves out in a three-game series.

I Tie Yankees' double win gave
the their eighth end liinth victo victo-riespn
riespn victo-riespn their last 11 games, and
pushed the fading Smokers to 'our
full frames in the Pro League eel eel-lar
lar eel-lar Hfwas also the first twin bill
gweep fo rany team this season
;and it gavev the Yankees a 7-3
.margin over the Smokers in ten
'taeetinss so far.
Riehthaoder Jerry Davie, who
got relief help from Bob Aylmer
in the last inning with two out,
picked up his sixth win against two
losses in the seven-inning opener.
Lpst season Jerry won only three
and lost five.
Humbert Robinson, who aw
way to Jose Lisondro in the sixth, i
dropped bis third decision to make
AS back ,o lake e el
t for the win in the afterpiece in
relief of starter Carl Duser The
righthander, who worked six in innings,
nings, innings, gained his second triumph i
for an even slate. ... I
Jim O'Reilly, now 1-2- lasted five
innings to be chareed with the loss
in the nightcap. Mamavila Osorio
finished up.
Davie was one tut away from
a one- hit whitewash job when ht
ran into trouble.
With two oiit EBas Osorio got
his second walk end Marco Co Co-.
. Co-. bos-followed with hi second con consecutive
secutive consecutive single, which moved
Osorio to third.
! Henry Mitchell and pinchhitter
Gerry Thorne were hit by Davie
pitches to bring .home one run and
Aylmer came to the mound when
Jerry delivered three straight balls
to pinchhitter Frank Austin with without
out without getting a strike over.
Austin walked to force in the
second run of the frame and Ed
-wleon was hit by an Aylmer
odering to cause the third run to
score, before Manito Bernard was
re'ired to end the game.
Davie, who has been the hardest
working pitcher in the loop, said
after the game he had not tired
hut pointed to a blister on the in index
dex index finger on his pitching hand
which he blamed for his last-inning
Jerry said he developed the
blister in the second frame and he
had difficulty throwing from that
time; He insisted that lots of work
gives him better control.
Wbitey Schmidt's solo homer
In the first game, his third, and
Spider Wilhelm's two-run four four-matter
matter four-matter in the second conttst, his
second, were the bis "lews of
'the evening.
w 1
L., Sunn Hay ward
. Kirk Douglas
c Dy :30 to 9 p.m.
Fred MicMurray
Dorothy Malont
College Play


: S:H S:I5 9:25
(A) "GUss Wet"
"The Bachelor (B "HARVEY"
' ''"y" 7:40 only
CAMP BIERD 0:15 A 8:05

He, 20c. 25c. 15c. 25c. : ISC.
The Snow Creature
-Also:- -Also:-
, COUNTERFEIT Smugglers Island .,
FLAN with Jeff Chandler KNEW TOO MUCH

snppifip aims todav after

CV first sacker Tony Bartirome,
who went 0-for-4 in the opener.
was not in the- starting lineup in
u. .1.1.1... k...uu ha ie R11
I :- V.U-J o owinllnn riuht
lilt ill fjiu nv. i.' i
arm, the result of a Jim O'Reilly
pitch last Wednesday night.
Tony walked as a pinphhitter in
the ninth, however, and went to
his fielding pbsitlon in the bottom
of that frame.
No game will be played tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The Smokers and the Beer Beer-men,
men, Beer-men, meet in a doubleheader Fri Friday
day Friday and end their series at Colon
Stadium Sunday morning.
An observer from the press, sec section
tion section during last night's games was
I Lloyd Brown,
Philadelphia rmuies
. 1
For '59 Season
Still Unsolv
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 8 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The question of where the Los
Anueies Dodgers will -play thexr
Home games this ana possibly
next season remained unsolved
However, National League
president Warren Giles yesterday
toured Wriaiev Field, where the
Los Angeles Angels of the Paci
fic Coast League used to play
and the Los Angeles Memorial
Coliseum- He then said he would
prefer to see the Dodgers play at
Wrigley Field. Giles previously
had visited W Rose Bowl in Pa Pasadena.
sadena. Pasadena. The Dodgers have been eyeing
the Rose Bowl a a possible site
for their games. However, the
area is known foi traff ic Jams, Is
a dozen nules from Los. Angeles
and would wequire extftarty al alterations,
terations, alterations, infyfatian; a group of
Pasadena rendeots. has threat'
ened to oppose fa. wrflttfim an
possibly other means any least
fnr the flnrlffers nn the BoWl.
The OoBeura cojpnuMlofi
won't go Or wager preBiaepi,
Walter O'MaJley's plan to plac
home plate at the west end
where the aun would not be n a
batter's eyesThe commission in insists
sists insists nn hi usina the east end
because of to altering, which is
ooDOsed bv Schools whose track
teams use tHfc hliKe oval.
Giles agreed with many that
Wrigley Field with its 22,000
seats is too small, but he said the
noliseum commission plan tor
home plate was a hazard to bat batters.
ters. batters.
CMalley said his engineers
have been trying to determine
how much it will coat the club to
move bastiball and related equhy equhy-ment
ment equhy-ment from Wrigley Field to ei
ther the Rose Bowl or tne colise coliseum.
um. coliseum. He said he wanted to know
about all possible solutions.
WASHINGTON (UP)- Outfield.
er Roy Sievers Of the Washington
Senators, who led the American
League last season with 42 home
runs and 114 runs batted in. has
been named winner f the Wash
ingion Touchdown Club's Clark
Griffith Memorial Trophy He will
receive the awird next Saturday
st the club's annual Banquet.
7.00 TODAY! 9:00
$1.10 per CAR!
Kirk Douglas in
I Tomorrow! I
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Last-Inning Scare

ChestrfiW Ab R H 0 A
Napoleon, If ..3 0 0 1 01
Bernard, 2b 4 0 0 2 0
Parris, 3b 3 0 0 1 I
Prescott, rf 3 0 0 1 W
E. Osorio, lb 1 1 0 6 M
Cobos, c 3 2 2 5 1
Mitchell, cf . 2 1 0 0 0
Houradau, ss 2 0 0 2 1
Thome 0 0 0 0 0
Robinson, p ........ 1 0 0 0 0
Reed 1 0 0 0 0
Lisondro, p 0 0 0 0 0
Austin ...v 0 0 0 0 0
erguson u u ) o
Totato 23 3 2 18 3
' -" Mr
Reed grounded out for Robinson
In, '6th.
Thorne hit by pitch for Houra Houradau
dau Houradau in 7th.
Heron ran for Thorne in 7th.
Austin walked for lisondro in
Ferguson ran for Austin in 7th.
Carta Vieja
Bartirome, lb 4 0
0 11
1 2
1 -2
2 2
ShantZ, C
.. 3
Boak, 2b ...
DeGroote, If
Schmidt, rf
Barron, is
Kropf. cf .,
Wilhelm, 3b
Davie, p .
Aylmer, p
24 5 8 21 10
By Innings
0000000-0 2 i
Carta Vieja
013 010 x 5 8 0
SUMMARY. Errors: Napoleon.
Run? hatted in: Schmidt, DeGroote
2, Barron 2, Thome, Austin, wapo-
1 TT J' I A -ai.1 If
leon, Aarnea runs: aria vieja o.
Chesterfield 3. Two Base Hits:
Boak DeGroote: Home runs:
iSchwidt. Sacrifice hits: Davie. Hit
batters: Davie (Mitchell, Thorne),
mer (Napoleon). Struck out
Robinson 4, Davie 2. Base on
Balls off: Robinson 3, Davie 3
rLeft on base: Carta Vieja, 5, Ches
terfield ar.Pftchers record: Robin
son 5 runs, 7 hits in 5 innings; Da Davie
vie Davie S runs 2 hits in 6 2-3 innines.
Warning pitcher: Davie 8-2. Los Losing
ing Losing pitcher: Robinson 3-3. Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: Thornton1, Hinds, Hilzinger.
Time of game: 1:45.
Ridino High
Chesterfield Ab R H O
Reed, cf 5 0 1 J
Bernard, ss 5 0 2 0
Napoleon, If ........ 4 0 2 4
Parris, 2b 4 0 0 2
Prescott, rf 5 0 1 0
Cbbos. c v S 1 0 7
Herorf, 3b 4 JL 1 2
E. Osorio, lb l 0 0 8
O'Reilly, p 10 0 0
Thorne 1 0 0 0
A. Osorio, p 1 0 0 0
38 2 7 24 8
Thorne grounded out for O'Reil
ly in 6th.
Carta Vieja
Rropf, cf
Barron, ss ...
Boak, 2b ....
DeGroote, If
Schmidt, lb-rf
Glamp, rf
Wilhelm, 3b .
Lopez, c
user, p
Aylmer, p . .
31 S 8 27 12
By Irinings
000 300 000-3
020 030 00x-5
Carta Vieja
SUMMARY Errors: Barron,
DeGroote. Runs batted in: Wil-
held 2, Heron, O'Reilly, Reed,
Schmidt. Glamp. JSaraea runs:
Carta Vieja 5, Chesterfield 3. Two
Base Hits: Bernard, Kropf. Home
Runs: Wilhelm. Doubleplays: He Heron,
ron, Heron, Parris, E. Osorio. Hit batters:
Duser (O'Reilly); Aylmer (Par
ris). Wild, pitch: Duser. Struck out
by: Duser 1, O'Reilly 3. Osorio 3.
Base on Balls off: Duser 3, O'Reil
ly 4, Osorio 1, Aylmer 1. Left on
Base: Chesterfield 11, Carta Vie
ja 7. Pitchers Record: Duser 2
runs, 4 hits in 3 innings (pitched
to 5 batters in 4th); O'Reilly 5
runs, 7 hits in 5 innings. Winning
pitcher: Aylmer 2-2. Losing Pitch
err O'Reilly 1-2. umpires: Moore,
Thornton, Hinds. Time of Game
Tim Holt in
Tom Laughlin in
Carlos L. Moctezuma In
Pedro Infante in


JUICY PAYOFF Gavilan streaks over .the finish line almost

(10) with Trasgo (3) another half length back. Virgllio Castillo gave the Reginald Douglas
owned and trained Argentine thoroughbred a bang-up ride. The Gavilan-Batallon one-two
rewarded a few lucky bettors $913 per ducat. Guillermo Rivera rode Batallon while Braulio
Baeza had the leg up on odds-on mutuels choice Trasgo. Gavilan paid $164.40 to win.

Strdnahan Off On Right Foot
In '58 With LA Open Victory

Gil McDougald Has Nothing
But Admiration For
Teammate Mickey Mantle

NEW YORK, Jan. s-(UP)-
Raw-boned Gil McDougald had
nothing but admiration today for
the world champion Milwaukee
Braves and for teammate Mickey
Mantle's selection as the Ameri-
0 can League's most valuable play play-ler.
ler. play-ler. 01 "I don't think we're going to
2 1 win it," the Yankee shortstop quip quip-o'ped
o'ped quip-o'ped as he watched the official
0 movies of the late World Series in
3 which the Braves humbled the
0 Yankees. "We played a bad sev-
2,enth game."
0 Then,, as a picture of Mantle
flashed on the screen, lanky Gil's
voice was decisive in the darkness.
"How can anybody say he was
not the most valuable player?
When Mickey's in there, we go.
And it's my feeling that the award
should go to a player whose team
wins the pennant. Who else is the
most valuable?"
Marty thought that Ted Wil William
liam William was "robbed" in the bal balloting
loting balloting when he was beaten out
by Mantle because two voters
placed the Rod Sox star ninth
and 10th on thoir ballots. There
were others who thought that Mc McDougald,
Dougald, McDougald, too, was "robbed."
"I can't buy that; as far as I'm
concerned," the modest McDou McDougald
gald McDougald asserted. "Mantle is our big
man, and don't let anybody tell
you different."
Then his thoughts turned again
to the Braves as he watched them
win the world championship from
his favored Yankees.
Look at how loose they are,"
he breathed softly. "We thought
we had the advantage because we
had played in the series before.
But you can see that those guys

Finals Of House Of Lords
Tourney At Panama Sunday;

Irter Wins
The tournament committee of
the Panama Golf Club announced
yesterday that the final round
matches in the 157-1958 House of
Lords-King's Ransom golf tourna
mont will bo played Sunday, Jan
The final round matches In the
Canal Zone Kiddie
Swimming Meet
At Gamboa Jan. 25
There will be a swimming meet
at Gamboa Pool on Saturday,
Jan. 25, at 9:00 a.m. This will be
an age group meet for children 10
years and under. Contestants may
compete only in the age group
which corresponds to their age
as of Jan. 25, 1958. Contestants will
be allowed to compete in only 3
events. Ribbons will be awarded to
the first three places.
List Of Events
The following events win con
stitute the program:
1. 25 yds. Butterfly.
2. 25 yds. Back.
3. 25 yds. Breast.
4. 25 yds. Free Style.
5. M0 yds. Individual Medley.
The age groups for each of the
above events will be,
1. 6 years and under (No Indi
vidual Medley event for this

weren't pressing. They played just
aa if they had played in the series

every day all season long.
The result on the screen Was as
could be expected. And after the
Braves whooped up their triumph
on the silver screen, ana tne
lights Went on, Gil rose almost re reluctantly
luctantly reluctantly and stretched hugely,
"Back to the mines,' he chuc chuckled.
kled. chuckled. "I'm a real working man
these days."

Mcuougam, wno at z tinaiiyiOYC1J simon pure utie ex

nailed down the job as Yankee
shortstop and played a major role
in the team's Pennant dash, ex explained
plained explained that he had started a
maintenance business in Nutley,
"I've got seven window clean cleaners,
ers, cleaners, four floor waxors and four
trucks on the road," ho said.
"It's going like gangbustors and
I'll be glad when it's time to go
south for spring training so I can
got a rest."
His wide, impish grin explain explained
ed explained the jest. Because McDougald
has proved over the years that he
is the hardest-working player on
the Yankee squad, as well as the
most versatile. Bouncing all a a-round
round a-round the infield, he led the
league's third basemen in fielding
in 1953, the second basemen in
1955 and last year finally took his
unquestioned place as the league's
top shortstop.
"I was lucky to go through with without
out without any injuries," he insisted. "I
don't know how much longer I can
play but there's just one ambition
"The only thing I want," he
said, pointing at the empty screen,
"is to get those guys into the
World Series. again. This time it'll
be different and they can put
their camera on that."

Women's Play

1st flight of the men's tournament
will bo played between Bob Walk
or and the winner of the Dr. Ger
rans vs Carlo Arosomena match.
Bob Walker defeated Captain Kade
last Saturday 4 and 3 with the
match ending on No. 14. Walker
played steadily, but Kade, giving
Walker one stroke, was definitely
off his regular accuracy, especial
ly around the greens.
Dr. Gerrans played Carlos Aro
somena to ah lt-hole standoff Sun
day afternoon end they wound up
even. Beth played well, within
thoir respective handicaps. This
match will be played off Thursday
afternoon, tn winner playing Bob
Walker Sunday.
In the men's second flight, Bill
Swenaon, taking three strokes from
John Westman, wen by a score of
2 and 1. Both were on their game,
but the difference in the strokes
mad the final result. In the lower
bracket of the second flight, E. do
la ossa defeated Jorge Sibausto
by a score of 1 up. Jorge had a
3-stroko advantage but to no
2. 7 years old.
3. 8 years old.
4. 9 yejars old.
5. 10 years old.
Separate races for each event
and, each age group will be run for
uvya aim 511 is.
For any additional information,
call the Balboa Gymnasium (2-
1704). v

two lengths ahead of Batallon
has more money than most people
nave troubles, heads-dor the $50, $50,-000
000 $50,-000 Bing Crosby tournarflent at
Pebble Beach today cdnvinced
that weight lifting is the ey,to
golfing success. I
Stranahan, heir to sparkplug
millions in Toledo gof eff on the
right foot for 1958 Monday when
he captured the 87,000 first prize
in the $40,000 Los Angeles Open.
He had a 72-hol! total of 275
nine under par for the distance.
The handsome shotmaker, who
had not won a tournamehf since
capturing the $15,000 Eastern ,0p6n
at Baltimore in 1955, was elated
with his victory.
"I won more money in this tour tournament
nament tournament than I did in all of 1957,"'
I 1 tt-r ... ...
tie saiu. i won something over
?5,t)oo last year which doesn't
pay expenses in this game."
Great as an amateur for many
years and winner of just about
pl u.a. Amateur crown,
..J" nanan at da nas, Deen a flop
as a professional.
, Instead of this giving him added
incentive it apparently affected his
game. While he beat most of the
pros as an amateur, until this
tournament he never won much in
the way of hard cash. Usually he
wb a inreat ana tnat ended it.
But in the Los Angeles Open
nennisnea use gang busters to
wnip rtmnerup If. J. (Dutch) Har
rison by three strokes.
garrison won $3,750 for second
place and young; Gay Brewer, of
Cincinnati, the third-round leader,
uiuoucu imra witn a 279. His fin finish
ish finish was good for $2,600. Bill Cas Casper,
per, Casper, one of the country's top mon money
ey money winners last season, came in
4th with a 280 and collected $2,200.
Mays Becomes
Third Highest
Paid Ballplayer
ie Mays, the "say hey" kid who
nas patroied centerfield for the
uiants ott ana on for six years,
was the third highest raid tilavpr
in baseball today on the strength
of his "$65,000 Plus" 1958 contract.
The former Alabama field hand
snowed all the polish of a veteran
sports personalky Monday as he
nosed with Ms boss, Giants ownej ownej-Jlorace
Jlorace ownej-Jlorace Stonehaim, at a much bal-
lynooea contract signing cere
"Man you can say I like this
contract," the National League
batting star tow sports writers. "I
only hope Mr. Stoneham gets his
money's worth."
The beaming Stoneham, who ap
peered to the enchanted with the
idea of laying out more money for
any National League player other
than Stan Musial of the Cardinals,
saia "we got a bargain."
Stoneham agreed Mays, who
batted .333 last season and hit 85
homers, was getting "a substan
tial increase in salary," But, true
to the fashion in the baseball busi
ness, he wouldn't be pinned down
to specifics on salary terms.
"You can say Willie will be get
ting more than we have ever paid
a player," he said. "A safe guess
would be in excess of $05,000.
Some sports writers are saying
flatly the 26-year-old long ban hit hitting
ting hitting Giafit is getting $70,000.
Whether or not the figure reaches
that, Mays is still only behind Mu
sial and Ted Williams of the Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox when it comes to at atmospheric
mospheric atmospheric salaries.
MILWAUKEE (UP) The Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves have signed a
working agreemest with the Ya Yakima,
kima, Yakima, Wash., club in the Class B
Northwestern League for 1958. The
Braves said manager HQUB Kittle
oTTaMma wreathed -them dur-
ing the winter league meetings at
i Colorado Springs and asked for an



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Cheaterfield ........ 3 4

Cerveza Balboa (Spencer 0-1) vs. C&rta Vieja (Franca

0-2). Game time 7:30.

First Game. Carta Vieja 5, Cheaterfield 3 Second
Game: Carta Vieja 5, Chesterfield 3. I

fcan-Ara Jets
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... 34
.. 33
. 32
Fuerza y Lui ......
Seymour Agency
Sey'hjour Agency .
R.C. Ne-Hi
Lucky' Strike
El Rancho Gardens
Europea Furniture 28
H. I. Homa 24
Five leading averages -r. Baker
195, Coffey 191, Kunkel 189, Cascio
185. Best 185.
After several weeks lay off 'be 'because
cause 'because of the holidays, the Major
League resumed operation Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night at Diablo. While the
standing remained unchanged, the
race tightened and less than .eight
points separate the first five
Pan-Am Jets 3 II Ranch 1
The El Rancho Gardens pounced
on the league leaders in their iirst
game but the success was short shortlived
lived shortlived because the PanAm Jets got
fired up, and took the next three
points without too much, effort as
the Gardens sunk below 800 pins
in the last two games.
This set of games did not reap
any outstanding individual games
nor any blue ribbon series. El
Rancho's Ed Kunkel gained both
high game 212, and high series
562. Pan, Am. Jet's Mike Nunez
blasted all oT 540 but three of his
own teammates pushed him all the
Pan Am Lowande 531, Albrit Albrit-ton
ton Albrit-ton 527, Sullivan 457, tffjfiez 540,
Cascio 532. El Rancho Rogers
441, Minor 465, Charters 481, Kun Kunkel
kel Kunkel 562, Richardson 516.
Fuena y Luz 3, H, I. Homa 1
The league's cellar team, H. I.
Homa, eked out a close ten pin
win over the Fuerza y Luz Kilo Kilowatts
watts Kilowatts in the lid lifting game. This
loss sparked the Kilowatts to such
high voltage that the Homa's were
lucky to escape with their skins.
In the second game the Kilowatts
registered on the score-o-meter
1007, and kept up this electrifying
bowling with a 999 in the finale.
Homas strengthened their hold
on last place, but their captain,
Bud Balcer, increased his leading
av,erage when he threw three 2C
games for a 662 series. Jim Davis
of the Kilowatts had a live wire of
a series of 609 which included a
233 single effort. F and L Boyer
581, Davis 609, Bowen 487, Fiston Fiston-ich
ich Fiston-ich 587, Gleichman 559. Homa:
Pahl 491, Glud 457, Klumpp 456,
Balcer 662, Jamison 504.
R.C. No-Hi 4, Seymour Agency 0
The R.C.-Ne-Hi dealt the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Insurance a severe blow by
sweeping all four poirits: Lady
Luok smiled on the soft drink bot bottlers
tlers bottlers when they. 'closed, the night's
work with a one pin win.
The Ne-Hi's are really the Cin Cinderella
derella Cinderella team', coming from last
place and if they keep up their hot
streak the league leaders better
watch out. Seymour's Don Rudy
came through with 586 in his
team's losing effort, and Portsider
Tony Luttenberger, posted a 581
for his gang.
Seymour Rudy 586, Bowers
541, Bates 472 Graham 498, Cof Coffey
fey Coffey 520. Ne-Hjgh Bell 155 (L)
Luttenberger 581, Kaelin 573, Todd
519, Almeda 566, Allen 358 (2
Lucky Strike 4, Europe Y
Business of strikes arid spares
was pretty sparce in the Europea
Furniture Store because Lucky
Strike burnt up the lanes for all
four points, and if the furniture
salesmen are not careful they will
be doing their business in the bar bargain
gain bargain basement because they are
only two points away. The Luck
Strikers were never in danger es especially
pecially especially when their Tato SaflHtnie SaflHtnie-gojiad
gojiad SaflHtnie-gojiad the best game of the night,
249, but his series was second best
in the match because Bob Toland
tallied 625.
i .1, i ... J :
ly, a 228-pound guard from The
University of West Vfrgfeia, has
been signed to a J958 contract by
the Baltimore Colts oflne Nation
al Football League. Nicely is a
native of Rupert, W. Va.

4 7 fl

r v
x 7
8 11 26 26
Luckies Soyster 533,
493, Morrow 490, Samaniego
Best 535. Europea Toland
Fernandez 427, L e i d ner
Schmidt 479, Laiie 533.
... 37
.:. 32V,
Rodman Wrens
Navy W(h)aies 30
MRU 24
15th ND Blue Devils .. 23
Flyers 21
Rodman Wrens 3, Beachcombers 1
It is all over including the shout shouting
ing shouting because the Beachcombers
clinched the crown, the bunting,
the laurels or what have you. With
only one more week to go they
cannot be displaced from the top.-
The only satisfaction the Rod Rodman
man Rodman Wrens gained was to give the
Beachcombers a good going over
in the first two games, .but the
new champs woke up in the last
game and took it and with it
clinched the pennant.
Betty Mustain's 531, Nickie
Knl6ck J555 arid Shirley Sass 5i
from theWrens' nest went over
the 500 quota. For the champs,
Helen Glud and Marge Rodgers
584 also hit the mark, and in
Marge's series included a scratch.
W(h)les 4, Amador MRU
3LdmiMl Whales' darling Wales
walloped the Amador MRU's for
all four'points and kept alive their
hopes for the runnerup spot in the
league. Four of the W(h)ales went
wild with winning ways, Jo An An-drtW
drtW An-drtW 540, Mary Arnold 539, Dottle
Drew 559 and Ruby Lehman 515,
and the fifth member Martha
Bruster missed by two marks. The
MRU best effort was Thelma Mis Mis-kell's
kell's Mis-kell's excellent 527 set.
ND Blue Devils 3, Flyrs 2
With both teams practically
evenly matched in handicaps, and
in team standings it was no sur surprise
prise surprise that the two teams divided
the four points evenly. The Blue
Deviletts took the first game by
130 pins and this bank enabled
them to cash in on the "TP"
The Flyers took the second
game by 18; and the finale by 9.
Both teams also shared the same
number of 500 bowlerettes, each
having two. For the Flyers Gloria
Vasquez brought in 533 and Janet
Preston 508. The Blue Devils
matched this with Marge Moore's
bang up series of 652 and Myrt
Mangles a 532.
16 Players Suffered
Felal Grid Injuries
In US During 1958
teen players, 13 of them
school youths, suffered fatal in.
juries on the natron's football play
ing fields in 1957, a survey reveal revealed
ed revealed today.
There were no deaths among
college players. Two occurred in
sandlot games, and one in semi
pro football, the survey said.
In addition, there were five play,
er deaths which wert only "in "in-directly"
directly" "in-directly" attributable to football
because they involved heart at at-tacks
tacks at-tacks and infections.
The report wa, prepared under
the chairmanship of Dr. Floyd
Eastwood of Los Angeles State
College for toe American Football
Coaches Assn. and the National
Collegiate Athletic Assn.
Football fatalities have aver averaged
aged averaged 17.38 per cent per year dur during
ing during the 26 years of the survey,
Eastwood reported. The 1957 fig.
ure represented a decrease of 2
or 20 per cent less than 1956.
According to the survey's 20 20-year
year 20-year records, more titan 72 per
cent of fatal injuries are due to
blows on the head, and the 16
last season followed this finding.
Remembering that the percent'
ages must be related to the num number
ber number of players competing in any
position, the report listed back back-field
field back-field players as incurring more
fatal inuries, 34.95 per cent, than
lineman, 28.10 per cent

Finsterwald, Palmer all Register For Panama Opert


Bill Russell Is Answer

To Dehnerts Pivot Play

Winners Of $75,000 To Play
For $2,500; Panama Open Tit!ej f

And xagram s New


Dow Finstefwald, Arnold Palmer,

and Art Wallrepresenting a roiai
of ver $75,000 wimiifts 'n the,
1957 tournament circuit in the
United States, will follow Doug
For to4 Panama to play in the
lft68 Panama Open, according to
an announcement last night by the
Tournament Committee of the
Panama Golf Club.
Finsterwald. who ran only two
strokes- off the title in the t95t
Panama Open with a 279 for the
72-hole play, also followed Ford in
tl 1957 money race, coming in
third to Ford's second, bo fol following
lowing following Dick Mayer as recently

announced in the press. Ford to totalled
talled totalled $45,378.56 and Finsterwald
$32,872.08 for the season.
Dow's record for the 1957 sea season,
son, season, however, is a splendid one,
competing as he did against the
finest golf that could be jproduced
by America's top club "swingers.
Finsterwald came in 6th in the
Masters with a 291. but his 289 for
first place in the Tucsftn Open In Invitational
vitational Invitational tjk the top money of
$2,000 and set a new mafic.
Me followed this later in the year
tying for second in the 'Tourna 'Tournament
ment 'Tournament of ChammohsK with, a fine 2W
and $2,330. In the early season,
his record was somewhat spotty,
coming in for a tie for 20 in the
Thur.dsrbirH Invitational with a
283, but later in the season he
tied for 4th in the PensacOla Open
Invitational; for 6th in the St. Pet Petersburg
ersburg Petersburg Open, won 2nd in the Azalea,-
Open with a 283, tied tor 4th in
the Port Arthur Professional Open,
and finally, 2nd in the Kansas City
Ooen with a 282.

Arnold Palmer, whose smashing

finish to tie with Sam sneaa in we
1956 Panama Open, and their six

- extra holes of Play endeared Pal

mer to the Isthmian golfing fin

ternitv. fin shed 5th in the 191

, ,
I '" 1 V 1

monev race with $27,802.80, follow

ing Boca Raton's "Slaramin Sam"
Snead, who took in $28,000.
Palmer's 1957 record shows
win of the Houston Optn Invita Invitational
tional Invitational with a splendid 279 total for
a whopping $7,500 top' prize, and
1st in the Azalea Open with a 282.
Hi? 281 in the Thunderbird, how
ever, Was good enough only for a
Ue for 32nd in the Thunderbird at
Palm Springs.
Tying for 3d in the Los Angeles
Open, he tied for 5th at Phoenix,
3d in the Texas Open with a fine
274. 1st in the Texas Professional-

Amateur Open, and a tie tor Rtn

in the Masters tournament. Palm

er seems to hit a peak in Panama

and his many followers are gom;;

to be on nana to waicn n.m oura
up the Panama greens with his

acniratp tltlttinff.

Art Wall, who "finished 6th in the

1957 Panama Open, managed to

slide in 7th in the 1957 money

grabbing golf race with a total of
$80,831. Ms 1957 record shows a
big win in the Thunderbird Pro Pro-Member
Member Pro-Member tourney with $1,000, but
he came in 7th in the Thunderbird

Invitational with a -276.

He won the Pensacola Open In

vitational with afine 273 and with

it a $2,000 prize, tied for 3d m the
St. Pete Open- and 3d in the Los
Angeles Open, a 275 in' the former
and a 283 in the latter, He tied for

th in the Tucson Open, 6th in the

Kentucky Derby Open Invitational

and 7th in the" Kansas City Open Open-Wall
Wall Open-Wall while in Panama, starts out
leading the pack, but, unfortun unfortunately,
ately, unfortunately, seems to fail behind in the

finai-36 holes with the pressure of
., I T.l J Yl. ......

sneaa, rainier, roru, nayer, eu-.
This year, according to reports,

he intahds to hold up his end

throusmout and show that his ear

lv round may can and will be


Revolution !rv Venezuela
Rough On Baseball Scouts



m ..... .44nrfa turn nr.

est rebellion m venezueia.

Thompson was in ms oihcc iu
Brooklyn, out of which he still,
runs the far-spread farm clubs
of the Los Angeles Dodgers. With
liis as background, it is only
natural tor -him to have an in interest
terest interest in affairs on a wide front.
In the case of Venezuela, Fresco
has a personal Interest in Its re revolutions.
volutions. revolutions. He found himself knee
deep in one while trying to-sign
Chico Carrasquel.
"I was in Caracas when that
little fat guy (President Marco
Pern Jimenez) took over, h
recalls. "The joint was like a
shooting gallery."
It was shortly before, Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Day of 1948 and Branch
Rickey assigned Thompson to the
Venezuelan Winter League.
Thompson arrived in time to
catch a Saturday night game ra
Caracas during which the oppos opposing
ing opposing shortstops qu:jkly caught
his eye. One was Carrasquel, the
other v Jim Pendleton, now an out-

that night. I, heard a doztn or so
w hni nsrsspfl them off as the

backfire of automobiles,'! the old
infielder recollects. "The next
morning the one three-inch head
oh aB the newspapers was Sus-

DCBdhias,' meaning that every

thing was off. "We have cnangee
mwatnment the hotel clerk ex-

Salined.' casually. 'A revolution

tarted last night.' i

., "You couldn't even beout on
the street from six at night until

six in the morning wunuui

police p. ss.
The ban on free assembly In In-eluded
eluded In-eluded baseball, but the clubs
were allowed to practice and I
liked young Carrasquel and pen-
.dleton more each time I saw them.
Pendleton belonged to Chicago of
the Negro American League, so
Rickey would have to deal with
teat club, but Carrasquel, then 21,
was a free agent.
"Carrasquel didn't speak a word
cf English, so L lugged a Vene Vene-tuelan
tuelan Vene-tuelan history teacher around as
an interpreter. Carrasuel had
. Uii unnnxnred since he was a kid

. iwr i, 'mmi m nrA

liv 9 ir. nvar. w urowei,

w .Iffht'davs negotiations were

carried' on while keeping out at

-tee way of stray puueis.
wh-n firina- started ;in -tee day

m qm ducked into a store or

fc.U.'The stores had steel doors.

which closea waa w puB
cf a hutton. Once Dr. Toyar was
caught hall In and half it. At
night, we gbt under -beds Or hfd
In closets.

m wanted Carrasquel without

making him a bonus player; but
I couldn't get word to JUckey,
I got nowhere with Dr. Toyar,
..... ftor miktne mv last pitch

I patriotic one. I told hhn that
rhico's unck. Alex, who pitched

Ar Wa-hinston. was about fin

Uh fiA that for the ood of

vnP7np a the name or uarras

quel should be kept In the maor

iC at CUCS
"My final effort was a long let letter
ter letter to Dr. Tovar, but I left with without
out without the boy's signature. I didnt

ARNOLD PALMER Popular member, of the tournament
fraternity, participating in the PGA Caribbean tour co-sponsored
this year ny the House of Seagram, is Arnold Palmer,
of Latrobe, pa. Palmer is shown here with, the Seagram Gold
Cup after winning the Canadian Open In 1955, the first pro professional
fessional professional win for the former U.S. amateur champion.




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Opening Day for all the leagues,
sponsored by ths Aimed Forces. 1
was a gala event this year.. On
Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock,
the Curundu Little League Park
was jammed to the rafters as rep representatives
resentatives representatives of ail four leagues got
the 1958 program underway
Every boy participating in this
season's program was present and

adding color to the event was the'

star studded line-up of top rank ranking
ing ranking officers who got things off in
a big Way.
General Montague. Commanding
General Caribbean Command, Ad Admiral
miral Admiral .Wales, Commandant 15th
Naval District, Colonel Zartman,
Chief of Staff Caribbean Air Com Command
mand Command and Col. Zillale, represent representing
ing representing Major General Harrold of

USAKCAH1B, occupied the re

spective positions of umpire, pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, catcher and batsman and put
on a real show for the youngsters.
General Montague addressed a few
chosen words to the boys nnd of officials
ficials officials of the league and the 1958

season got underway with an ex ex-hibitibn
hibitibn ex-hibitibn game in which all four

leagues saw action.

Monday afternoon the remilar

scheduled play began in the Canal
Zone Armed Forces Little League
with games between west" Bunk

and Kobbe at Fort Kobbe anil Ca

ribbean Command and Clayton at

ort uayton.

Kobbe's Little Llfeliners showed

the caliber of their play when aft after
er after trailing 4-0 for three innings
they came to life in the fourth in inning
ning inning and scored five bic runs on
five straight hits. For insurance
they added another in the fifth to

win the game 6 to 4

LOOKS TO PANAMA Art Wall, receiving his award in. 1957
Panama Open from "Pico" Diaz, with tournament chairman
Dick Dehllnger looking on, is heading for Panama to take the
title If he can.

Dutch Dthmrt today is a bit
heavier than h was when he re re-v
v re-v "tipnizoti basketball with the
fabled Original Celtics. But ha
still has the keen basketball
sense that made him a legand.
In :his first of three dispatchti
written allusively tor NEA
Service, Dahntrt examines the
modern Boston Celtics, consid considered
ered considered the greatest outfit in histo history.
ry. history. He lulls why they tick, and
how things were with the Celtics
of his time.
As Told to Jimmy Breslin
Beckman was to the middle and
he had the ball. His Celtics uni uniform
form uniform was wririkled and a little

stiff from not being washed, so

he didn't look like the basketball
player he was.
Beckman threw the hall to Ben-

ay Borgeman, who was on the side

now bat two nignis neiore ana
been at a dott track in Miami

and came to Chattanooaa with US

for this game tacause we neeoe-t

tilth player.

Horseman aliened the "ball lo

Pete Barry and then the pa

rnme to me. 1 was in troni oi a

hi? standinu fiuard the Lhattano

oca "Hailites has- posted on ine

ioul line. My back was to mm

It was something you never did

standing at the foul line with your

back to the basket, but Harry
rut nast me arid I gave him the

hall and tne Buy suaraing mm

was out Of the-ar a Fete drop-

Sullivan started for Kobbe and bed in an easy lay-up

walked six batters, struck out five

and hit one in 2 2-3 innings. He
was relieved by Smolka who walk

ed two and struck out four; ttettin?

credit for the win. Calleia went all

the way for the West Bank boys

walking two and striking out four

and was the loser asKobbe scored
their six runs on six hits. West

Bank garnered only one hit; a sin

gle by Roy Bridges. -TCach of the
following boys eot one hit aniece

tor uoope: Sullivan, Thomas

Street, Smolka, Alders and Milam.

The game between Caribbean

Command and Clayton was called

at the end of four innings on ac

count of darkness with the score
9 to 9. Details of this game were
not available at press time but will

be, reported at a later date



Columbia 60 Cornell 56

Niagara 55 Villanova 44

Brown 76 Harvara 70
Lehigh 73 Albright 69


Davidson. 84 Washington k Lee 68

George Washington 72 utaaei m

Loyoa (La.) 79 Florida state 67

Memphis, St. 53 Oklahoma uty su
Tulaoe 67 Georgia 59
Florida 81 Louisiana State 5T
Mississippi State 46 Alabama 48
Tenn. Tech 53 Eastern Ky. 52

Auburn 71 Mississippi 51
Kentucky 86 Vanderbilt 81

Michigan 70 Wisconsin 49
Purdue 68 Indiana 66
Notre Dame 83 Butler. 72
Kansas- State 72 Minnesota 71
Iowa 70 Illinois 68
Xavier (Ohio) 78 Miami (Ohio) 65
Montana State 62 Iowa State 61
Missouri 55 Nebraska 54
Wash. (Mo.) U. 66 Carleton 48


Tulsa 59 Drake 57
East Tex. St. il Texas A&I 35
Oklahoma St. 61 Cincinnati 57

Arkansas 68 Baylor 53
Bradley 75 Houston 73
ex. Western 73 Ariz. (Tempe) 72

New Mex. A&M 71 Arizona 52

Southern Cal 60 Washington 54

Happened to .
Sam Parks, Jr.

Sam Parks pulled one of the

greatest golf upsets in history in
1935 when he bagged the TJ. S.
Open championship on his own

course, tricky Oakmont near Pitts

burgh. Virtually an unknown, even

in his own home town,' he came
out of nowhere on the third round

and took the lead over the world's
top pros by holing a 60-foot chip

snot on tne ninth hole for an eacle

three. He never was headed after

that, eoine on to win the only ma

jor golf victory of his life. They
called him a "fluke champ" but

for that year he was king of them


Whatever happened to Sam

Parks? He's still in Pittsburgh
serving as district sales manager

for the American Steel and Wire
Division of U. S. Steel and he still
plays Oaknvmt, though not as well
as he did in his great rounds in


i y 1 1 in i


Dutch Dehnert. left, and BUI RuselL

living big league it make mo


I'll sit on the bus ride back
to my home a. Rockaway Beach,
Long Island, and look out the
window arid think that maybe I
did something which halped those
fellows get where they are. may maybe,
be, maybe, I'll tell mayself, those nights

the Old Celtics sold basketball is
church basements and fire houses
did some good for today's players.
It takes me about an hour and
a half to get home. But it never
seems that long.
NEXT: What's se modern about
a Bob Cousy pass?

nhico Carrasquel

have time to be disappointed .1
was too busy and glad to get out
of the country.

"(But I was pleased mightily 10
days after getting back in Brook Brooklyn,
lyn, Brooklyn, when, enclosed wrth a letter
from Dr. Tovar was Carrasquel's
signed contract.
'You know the rest. After Car Carrasquel
rasquel Carrasquel had a fine year with Fort
Worth, Rickey, through a slip of
the tongue, sold him to the White
Sox for ,$25,000 and a couple of
"I ris- my life to get an All All-star
star All-star shortstop, and Rickey prac practically
tically practically gives him away.

"Never again will I look forJ

a ballplayer during a Venezuelan
revolution. Not even lor oil."

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Intra Haavy" RIJI "Ixtro Cool" RISI Raaular SIS! i

Beiore this,, the standing guaicl

haa uecn ruiaiug uur utw ow

tie Wb iiCipica. iiM, woiAta uic
itst iu- ui tame uii!) vvu uu

waat 0U nuw tdil me ptVuc put

oceanic a wait ui unsw.iu.1.,

THIS WAS Ui i7 and the p6o

pie vao sav ine piay wmta r

vuiuiiMuizeu uaiiiuxnu wwe ui a

uau in caalLauuuBu, vvtiii ju..
uau lu iiaut. U tu WMWU I. aillva

uie liisi k,uv icujmu ui uto fac.

xildl jcdi, i fO,tiO mi a ai.v-

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ihese uuys i stand oeiuug nit

siue iodgea at mauisuu oiiaiv

Garden whenever uie w9ui to

ucs come iu wwn ami i tooa ai

aid nusseu. tie is a uiouent pi

vot man at-VU ne's eigot lucties

taiier wan i. ma&ek

moves wmca make me snout sume-


x enjoy Russell even more than

the u,uu0 people who usuauy pacK

mg arenas ou me isatiouai iuaKei

Dad Association circuit, ceeuuse

wuen x waicn him, I'm looiuug
at ue maa who puts au enu iu

a piay 1 siarteu 3 years- ago,

liUsaeil lorces proxessiouai clubs
loaueu wiiu smart ptaytrs to
change tneir entire game oecause

you cant put a man in ine pi pivot
vot pivot against aim. With his fan

tastic timing, jumping anu split

vision he can hoiu iat best snou

to only a couple oi points.


have to play their bit men out

side and nope their shots will laii

and araw liusseil out.
The Pivot play is the one rea

son why the big man got into

Until Russell came along,

George Mikan was the best ol au

lime: He used uie position intel intelligently.
ligently. intelligently. iBut ttussell is the best big matt
basketball nas seen. He is the
reason why tne Celtics of today
make you forget any basketball
team tuat ever playeu. They have
Bob Cousy, Bill Sharman. 'tommy
Heinsohn; (But they could never
mane it without itussell.
When I first saw him with the
University of San Francisco, I
thought he'd have trouble matting
it as a pro. But the minute be
got with the Celics 1 realized that
the play patterns they made him
follow! college had i.. -r- 1 him.

The record doesn't show it Sail

Francisco was undefeated and
Russell was the star for a couple

of years but he has shown far

more ability as a pro.
es passes the ball back gets position, re rebounds
bounds rebounds casually. He is beginning
to develop his scotfhg. He is pick pick-ino
ino pick-ino his shots better and his pivot

shot in my day, a lay-up is
a sweeoine hook impossible to

even hinder.
When I see Russell. Cousy and

ih. rest of the current Celtics

drawing big crowds, getting paid
. t 0k AAA am1

salaries oi more uun w,vw am

Yankees Send Out Contracts

Calling For Highest Salary

Total In Baseball History


York, Yankees have sent out con con-tracts
tracts con-tracts calling for possibly the high highest
est highest salary total in baseball history
but it undoubtedly will take more

han that little old statistic to Bet

Mickey Mantle's name on. the dot dotted
ted dotted line.

Yankee officials, of course,

would not reveal today the total
salary figure they -ofered the
American League champions hut

reasonably sue guess is 5uu,m

give or taRe a tew ducks.

"No one was offered an ex

tremely large raise net was any

one' asked to take an extremely

large cut," said Assistant General

Manager bee nacrnau.

Btrra Had Top Ply
The Yankees' highest-priced per

formers last season were Yogi

tierra at ?65,ooo and Mantle at

about 162,500.

There are two ways to look at
Mantle'-salary for- 1958. If you
are Mantle, yon can point out that
your .365 hatting average is the

highesTyou ever posted in the ma

jors and that you drove in 94 runr
and hit 38 homers despite a Va Variety
riety Variety of Injuries.

if you represent the Yankee
front of ice, on the other hand, you
can argue that Mantle did not win

in triple crown" last .year as he
did in 1956 when he hit 52 homers
and drove in 130 ruwi.

Token Raise Likely
That doesn't neeaiaarll mn

that the Yankees have asked
Mickey to take a cut. More likely
they have offered .him the same
salary as last year or perhaps a
token raise.
Mantle, however, feels he had
"a good year," and he certainly
has a talking point in that .365

battinc averaee that was aernnrl

only to. Ted Williams' .361. In his

dook, mat adds up to a substan substantial
tial substantial pay hike.
Berra is likely to be another

tough, customer to sign. He

slumped to .251 last season but he.
did drive in 82 runs and hit 24
homers, and doesn't figure he de deserves
serves deserves a cut, particularly in vie
of the fact he appeared in 134

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Sports Briefs


LAWRENCE, Kan. (UP) Witt
Chamberlain, seven-loot All-Amer

ica center, will be side ined to tonight
night tonight when Kansas opens its Big

Kitfhi Conference season against

Oklahoma. Chamberlain also

missed the Kansas game with Oh

lahoma State last Thursday when
the Jayhawks, then unbeaten and

!No. 1 in the country, lost, sz-w.



CHICAGO (UP) Ken Venturi,

27-year old San Francisco golier
who turned pro in the U.S. Open

last June, was named pro golf s

"Rookie of the Year" Monday

Golf Digest Magazine. Venturi
won $17,377 to rank lUi on the

play-far -pay circuit.

Tiger Ra gs

The holidays are over and I'm
bacK to wont alter a shortly va

cation of two weeks, wnicn is

wuy "Tiger Hags is late iu

announcing the lortbcomiug base

ball sea sou tor the mterscnolasue

oiamonu stars.

The seasou opens this week,
Friday nignt to oe exaaai ivu.

Hope Statujm arid, the iiist game

Ci the lflwracnoot race win Ma Mature
ture Mature Ue ueieuuing cnampiohS, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School, against Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Higu School.


stop leaves a
infitld tkift is
possible to fill

gap in the Tiger

cuit u not im-

confess to being uninformed

on the condition ot tne suuuogs

trom JJaiuoa ana must reiy ex-

clusively on information leaking y

through to cristoDai to ine eiuecu

that iuHS lost much ot its cnam

nionshiD outfit of 1957. It doesn't

take a baseball expert, however,

to know that a school the size

of Balboa will be coming up with
another contender and should rank
favorites to again overthrow
CHS and JC in the interscbool tus tussle.
sle. tussle. Names like Charlie French, one
of the most outstanding athletes
ever to perform on the CZ, and
Don Ryter and Lem Kirland are
but three of what should represent
strong opposition to any hopes of
dethroning the '57 pennant win winners.
ners. winners. On the Gold Coast, Luke Palum Palum-bo
bo Palum-bo will have at his command an
even dozen Tigers, bent on the
destruction of the mighty dogs.
Back from the 1957 varsity squjd
ars Kieth Kulig, No. 2 hitter for
Cristobal last year, and another
pi.' of .flashy fielders and good
stickmen in catcher Donald. Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey and Wendy Sasso, guardian
tf the keystont sack.
Chuck Crawford was a 'pretty
good man with the willow last
year and did part time duty be behind
hind behind the plafe while doubling as
an out-fielder. Cristobal's pitching
chores will rest heavily on the
should o fWg Bill Gibson, whose
powerful right arm could upset
pre season dope and bring to the
Tigers an interscholastic title.
Gibson can look for some help
from George Kirkland or Kieth
Kulig: but neither outlook is too

bright, for though Gibson tan easi

ly iill Kirkland's ean at first base

Nrtn George is working on Che

mound, Kulig's absence from short

On third base the Tigers will

nave a newcomer to varsity ball

mei news, treuds reputation

tnai or an excellent glove man

good with the stick and possess

ot a powerful throwing arm
Though the season be but days
away, four outfielders are still
vying for the three outfield po positions.
sitions. positions. Of the four, Dick Vinas.
a smooth fielder with a strong

arm, seems to have centerfield

nailed down while Don Bruce, Jon
McGraw and Hugo Tompkins will
alternate at the other tow outer-


And so it's "play ball" at Mt.

Hope Stadium Friday night at 7,
o'clock as the CHS moguls pre prepare
pare prepare to handle a banner baseball

crowd for the 1958 opener.



Yardley Finds New
Challenger For NBA

op Scoring Honors


a new



nr the National Basketball Assn'i

ton scorina honors today in Adolph

Schayes, the ex-New'York Univer

sity stsr wno,i8 piaying ms iuu
season for the Syracuse Nationals.

Yardley atill led the scorers will

926 points and a 27.2 average bul
two weeks of averaging 25 points

a cerae lifted Scnayes to hit,,

noints and a 24.4 average.

Pettit. the, St. Louis Hawks' 6-fo

9-inch star, ranks third with

points and Clyde iovellette of
Cincinnati Royals is fourth 1

Schayes has been among ts.
league's top scorers in seven of
eight seasons but never iinished
better than third.
Every team in the circuit it g
averaging at least 100 points a

game witn tne NewYorK Anicaer

at UX3. The much ;it

also have set a new league marlTj
by 'scoring 100 or more points- aBj
17 straight games.


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Resorts j I
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SHAPNEL'S fAM hemes, efl
beach. Phone TWWM. UW'
Baldwin's furniir.ee1 spsrtments
at Santa Clan Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa MSI.
FOSTER'S Cettaees ami Urea
Beach Houia. One mil oast tha
Cat! hc Phone Balboa 1S66.
PHILLIPS Oeoanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box ISM Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Jhone Panama
3-117. CrittobBf S-1471
Geneii Bliss Santa Clara Guat
House. Overlooks aaaaa. . aur aur-rounded
rounded aur-rounded by shsde trees... new
aun dock . privafo steps to
btach (2 Ml, walk). Gas ranaa
datca I. Playground (lifhtea at
nifht) barbecue, badminton,
pingpon. archtry ate. Your awn
bohia with hammocks an baach.
Currant rites. Navy SB1Z.
Luxurious residence tomplotly
faiBiahad, U IspssSiss
Groundt. 4 bedrooms, 2 bath bath-roomt.
roomt. bath-roomt. lirini-room, dinina dinina-room,
room, dinina-room, firage, large kitchen, hat
watar, maid'a room with serv serv-Ica.
Ica. serv-Ica. wash tubi, chothoi lines, tar tar-dan,
dan, tar-dan, lot 20 by SO meters, aaty
osyments. Far further informa information,
tion, information, aa Fabrtfla poraonally,
Eaat Stract bahind Vaica markat.
from 10 ta 12 noon and 1 to 6
FOR SALE: Completely fur fur-.
. fur-. nitbad chalet, 8 bedrooms, living
room, dining roam, 2 porches,
maid'a room, ftraga. Phono I-
FOR RENT: Furnished
three bedrooms. Phone 3
2 p.m. on.
a POR RENT: Newly built
Ifvina-daViiiM room 2 bei
with madam closett. Maid's
with service, oarage, to x
San Pranclice a M um a.
ma R. P. Call I-17J7
After 1:30
Commercial Sites
t FOR RENT i In building last
BrtPIIjstMlg MmialttfClfll ClfMg
210 ini 162 iMNft ftt-
m aiaieiaant f Ok ni LVaa, aajAMeJitiaBmaaaa' A as
JtWmrWwJ a MB EeTfjT vnVIII'eMVw WW
your taete. Juste Arosemona and
fast 45th atraat. See Quijane,
Itb atraat NO. 5-30. Phono 2-
FOR RENT: Medem ana room
office Space Smxlm, completely
furnished air conditioned, desks,
lounge, chairs, coffee table,
also enclosed cabinet with stave,
refrigerator, bat water, Cempo
A leg re Area. Tel. 3-7192 I p.
m. to 7 p.m.
RAP lit j
AH Work Guaranteed
CALL 2-2374
AS LATE AS 10:00 P.M.

..i -a

' I
'I 1 11

mi rad
Corner "H" and Darien

announces to the public, its extensive stock of
for American and European cars
Frangipani St., corner Panama National Stadium.
Tels. 2-4680 2-4586


FOR -RENT: Two bedroom fur fur-nitbad
nitbad fur-nitbad apartment, two bathroom,
livint-dinini room 48 atraat No.
27. Phona 2-2504 or 3-6097.
FOR RENT: Apartment, two
bodreomi, lirrn-dining
kitchan, bathroom,
front parches, 86
Ha. Phone 3-1473
aftar 5:30
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, two bedroom, living room,
dining room, kitchen, back
porch, Nice residential section
45th and 51 street Na. 2-241.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
in building usf built, two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, maid'a room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage, $125.00. usto
Arosemsna Avenue, corner of
Eaat 45th street. Phona 2-271 S.
FOR RENT: Modern 3 badroam
apartment, building just built,
maid's ream with bathroom, ga garage,
rage, garage, $150.00. Justo Aroseme Aroseme-na
na Aroseme-na Avenue, corner of 45th atraat
list. Phona 2-271S.
FOR RENT: Beautiful three
bedroom apartment, living-dining
- room, i wo baths, km!
maid's quartan, garage. Can Can-grejo
grejo Can-grejo Tel. 3-6589.
FOR RENT: Modern three
bedroom apartment with two
bathroom, balcony, kitchan, liv living
ing living .and dining room, maid'a
room with bathroom, beautiful
sea view. Campo Alegre area.
Tal. 8-7192 5 p.m. ta 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bodT
room apartments in Campo Ale Alegre,
gre, Alegre, $80.00 and $85.00. "Edifi "Edifi-cio
cio "Edifi-cio Ana," Ricarde Arias Street
No. 14. Phona 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Modern 2
r room apartments at reasonable
rent. East 64 street No. 44, cor corner
ner corner Colombia atraat. Phona 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, ape badiueia, living-dining
room. last 44th Street No.
22, $75.00. Phono 2-27 rS.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining In now buil building,
ding, building, $60.00. last 45th atraat
Na. 4-166. Phono 2-2711,
FOR RENTi Ocean-view apart apartment
ment apartment hi Mb Vbjta, one bed bed-roam,
roam, bed-roam, Cusalon oV.Co. Phono I I-8330.
8330. I-8330. FOR RENT:
VtdriiM HMMMit with Itttrl Itttrl-city,
city, Itttrl-city, $45.00. Sabanet Na. 172.
Phone 2-2711.
$50.00 furnished apartment.
North American neighbors, yard,
wash tubs, parking spare. Phena
FOR RENT: Small apartment
an 21th street Na. 11-37, street
loading to tha Stadium. $40.00
monthly. Far further informa information
tion information cad Panama 2-0192.
FOR RENT i Apartment unfur
nished aleeesant
II. Vista 44th, Street No. 32.
Phone 3-0115.
FOR RENT Clean furnished
room in heat residential section.
Cooking facilities. 43rd Street
No. 13.
Along The Fairways
Last week' the women's tourna
ment of Amador Golf uub was
medal play with full handicap.
n the first flight, Ethel Peran
tie won with a low eross of 84.
Marge Sewell with a low det of
68 and Ruth Lincoln won the ut ut-tiag
tiag ut-tiag prize with 34 putts.
In the second flight, Margaret
Hastings won with a low grosr
of 98, Barker (Bell with a low net
of 63 and Jean Sullivan won the
putting with 36.
The tournament for this week
will be a Poktr Hand Tournament.
The Isthmian lady golfer are in
vited out to try their luch in this
novel tournament.


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FOR. SALE: Oldsmobile 52. 2 2-door.
door. 2-door. $630. 83-4251 after 4
p.m. 12-3160 week days, 0730 0730-4
4 0730-4 p.m. ask far Ernst.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet,
4 dMr, Power-Glide. Also fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Call Balboa 2735.
FOR SALE: Station wagon, 4 4-deer,
deer, 4-deer, 9 passenger '56 Chevrolet
standard shift only 16,000
miles, in excellent condition,'
ideal far large family, recreation
or business must toll by 15 Feb.
fair price. Call 84-4135.
FOR SALE: 1953 Card 2
Cuttomline Fordomatic V8, ra radio,
dio, radio, new tires, $600. Balboa 2 2-6362.
6362. 2-6362. FOR SALE: Bargain 1949
Hudson 6 sedan, good condi conditions,
tions, conditions, good tires. $100.00. San
Antonio Garage, beside Segure
'Social Policlinic. Panama, 17
Wast St.
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth
Belvedere sport coupe, many
esiise, $1509,60 Barbae 21 21-2761.
2761. 21-2761. FOR SALE: 1955 Pantiac gray
white Catalma ww tires, radie,
back front speakkers, heater, ac accessories,
cessories, accessories, good condition. Also
furniture.. Call 2-2989.
FOR SALE: '46 DeSota 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, peer condition, $125.
House 5155 Diablo. Phono Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4250.
FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury
Monterrey hard-top convertible.
8 Cyl. 28,600 miles, green. 83 83-4147
4147 83-4147 House 2154-C, 7th ttrttt
FOR SALE: Cadillac Fleetwood
49. Engine recently overhauled,
impeccable condition. $110.00
monthly, plus finance. No down
payment, to satisfactory credit
risks, among cars bast cared far
in town. Cast Admirable next to
Lottery bdlWng.
FOR SALE Dodge '49, excel excellent
lent excellent eenditlon. Bast offer. Balboa
FOR SALE: 1981 modal A
Ford. Can be too at Toeumen
Airport. Call Arthur SumnsajTJ SumnsajTJ-0670.
0670. SumnsajTJ-0670. YOUR FEET HUNT
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any toot trouble, corns, cellous cellous-sea,
sea, cellous-sea, tnarowa too nails, toot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCBOLL'S
J. Arosrmena Ave. IS -41
Tel. 3-SUT
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-055Z
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
January 12, 1958
Fldanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
Permanent Wave
Monday thru Thursday
Balboa Service Center
Beauty Shop Upstairs
Call 2-2959.


Home Articles

FOR SALE. cane bamboo set:
3 seat sofa, 2 arm chairs, end
table, side table and stool. 15th
street No. 11-26. Apt. J. Above
Pintura Gtneral.
FOR SALE: Frigidaira refrige refrigerator,
rator, refrigerator, used less than a year,
10th atraat Na. 50, room 14,
Kio Abaio.
FOR SALE: Oportunity, beau beautiful,
tiful, beautiful, almost new electric ttove,
four burners, oven, etc., vat the
lowest price you can gat. Call
3-7829. Call. 50 Na. 49 down downstairs.
stairs. downstairs. Dogs
Mutnrk and Sputnik, AKC regis registered
tered registered Toy Boston lull pupa.
Bliss, Navy 3812.
Big Bean Soup
Bubbles Anew
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The big bean soup controversy
bubbled tastily anew today at the
V. S. capitol as hungry congress congress-iien
iien congress-iien opened their 1998 session.
The soup situation on capitol
hill simmers down to two basic
Who served bean soup first
the Senate or House restaurants
Whose soup is beste
Chief chet Ernest Zahm of the
House restaurant said with a sniff
that the whole thing was a matter
of public record.
He said as every bean soup fan
knows Speaker Joe Cannon start started
ed started it all in 1904 when he couldn't
find bean soup on the House res restaurant
taurant restaurant menu.
"Thunderation." Cannon roared.
"I had my mouth set on bean
soup. Hot or cold, rain qr shine
I want9 it oh the menu every day."
Zahm. who had 30 eallons of
bean soup on tap for opening, day
saw a nas oeen on me
menu over Mica.
It wasn't until 1907 that tha Sen Senate
ate Senate Rules Committee ordered the
Senate restaurant to aerve it
daily, he said.
"M right, daily sine 1907,"
said Chief Chef Ross Destito of
the Senate restaurant. "But we
served it before that and naturally
ours is nest anyway.
Destito, who had 60 gallons of
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SEKVICK-Avn TlveM No. i fA
Oem Ave. No 41 o row uumiwii-i'
He rABMAflA -0An"-VT(rw
Registration far beginners clas classes
ses classes in ballet and tap lanuary 8th
9:00 a.m. ta II :00 a.m. Parasa
Waitas School of Dancing, Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Club. Balboa 2-2363.
Real Estate
Two-story concrete bouse light
plant, sanitary conveniences,
6000 sa. mts. land. Vary good
investment S7O00. Call 3-2161.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14' fishing runa runabout,
bout, runabout, trailer, 15 h.p., Evinrude
motor. Best atffer, house 5155
Diablo. Phona 2-4250.
In Capitol
bean soup bubbling in the -pot for
opening day, snorted that 'every
one knows about the famous Sen
ate bean soup,"
He said the recipe handed down
rom Senate chei to Senate chef
is: Michigan pea beans, smoked
nam, chopped onions, bay leaves
ana a coupie pieces of garlic.
"You keep it cooking until it's
cooked," he said with an artistic
He also admitted that he has
made one change in the old rec
ipe: the garlic.
"That made it 100 ur rent bds
ter," he said.
Zahm. a culinarv ntirist said
the House recipe remained in its
classic state: Michigan white
beans, smoked ham, salt and, pep.
But he refused in venture nn
opinion on which soup was best.
ii ..I"! e1" myself," Zahm
said. I just cook it."
Oi i.
Caryl Chessman
To Cross-Examine
Another Witness
Caryl Chessman, who has spent
more time In death row thap any
uwjci peraon in u.o. nistory, re returns
turns returns to court todav to continue
questlonlnpr persons who helped
convict mm.
Chessman was expected to
question deputy Dist. Atty. J
Miller Leavy, prosecutor at the
1948 trial, in the. same wav he
cross-examined Juoerlor Jiidce
Charles W. Fricks,.the presiding
judge, Monday at the resumption
oi a transcript hearing.
Tne ao-year-oid condemned
man, known as the "red light
bandit" for the light he used on
his car In lover's lane raids, won
a supreme Court order for a re
hearing on the 1821-page tran
script of his trial.
Chessman contended the tran
script of the trial which result resulted
ed resulted in his conviction on 17 counts
of burglary, kidnaping and rape
was inaccurately prepared by
court reporter Stanley Fraser
after the death of Ernest Perry,
the original stenographer in the
case. i
In questioning Judge Pricke
Monday, chessman acting as
hia own attorney won an ad admission
mission admission from the veteran jurist
that he would have investigated
Fraser's competency to take over
Perry's duties if he had known
Rprnser had been arrested several
times for drunkenness.
Chessman has avoided six exe execution
cution execution dates bv legal maneuvers
financed bv the sale of books
written in death row.

, "7;,S"

5 ""'JT.. raari
lu!r"',';"L. mu.
in nmutH
starting at 8:00 a.m., at Bishop
Morris Hall, Cathedral of St.
Luke, Ancen, for benefit of Be Belie
lie Belie Vista Children's Home. Used
clothing and household effects,
etc. Those having 'articles to con contribute
tribute contribute are asked, ta leave dona donations
tions donations at Bishop Morris Hall ar
Morgans Gardens.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, treadle type, perfect con condition
dition condition $50.00. Tel. 25-3108.
FOR SALE: 25 cycle G. E.
r washer, $35; oak chairs painted,
$2; electric trains,, motor boat
accessories. House 5155 DiaMo.
Phone Balboa 4250.
FOR SALE: Singer eawing ma machine,
chine, machine, excellent condition with
all attachments.- Call Ft. Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 5101.
Used steal chrome chain, in lots
of 4, fpr sala can be toon at the
Curundu Post Restaurant be between
tween between the hours of 0800 to
BABY ORCHIDS corsages, bou bouquets,
quets, bouquets, hospital all occasions
delivered if n y w h e r e United
States, Panama, Canal Zone.
Telephones" Pan. J-0Tr Cris
tobal 1033.
FOR SALE. Chickering Baby
Grand piano, $500. Bargain,
leaving Isthmus. Phone 3-0983.
Quote Unquote
LONDON (UP) A spokesman
for the General Post Office En
gineering Union, commenting on
the questioning of two British
telephone repairmen at gunpoint
by American Air -Force personnel
at Sculthorpe Airbase:
"I think some of the o-uards
think they are back in Chicago.
They go around with their guns
cocked all the time."
CHICAGO (UP) Secretary of
Commerce Sinclair Weeks, urg urg-inz
inz urg-inz American business, men to
work hardt to maintain econo
mic supremacy: ;'I
"we are in a grim, prolonged
contest for world economic lead
ershlp. We have a good lead, but
we have to put on additional
steam to keen it."
LONDON (UP) Prof. A. C B
Loveil, Britain's leading expert
on Sputniks, commenting on the
report that the Soviets have
launched a manned missile:
"It's quite fantastic; so fantas fantastic
tic fantastic that It is almost unbeleiv-
NORFOLW. Va.'(UP) Nick
Copeland. a witness of the crash
of a four-englned Navy patrol
bomber into a residential area
here, commenting on the pilot's
attempt to land on a. deserted
"He must have overshot. It
seemed like one engine was
revved up more than the others,
pulling it aside. He seemed lire
he was trying to pull up. I took
off running because I knew he
wouldn't make it."
James M. Gavin, chief of Army
research, in explaining to Senate
investigators Monday why he
wanted to retire;
' I was told I was no longer
being considered for promotion a rhore responsible
JOHANNESBURG. South Afri Africa
ca Africa (UP) The worst rains in liv living
ing living memory have marooned
many tqwns and villages in the
northern Transvaal, reports
reaching here said today. Twenty-two
and a half inches of rain
have washed away hundreds of
native huts since Thursday. Food
supplies were reported low and
rail lines were blocked bv floods.
No casualties' were reported.

aaaV- WL 'in M.
I Lw m f v i

LEONARD E. RICHARDS of the Army Atlantic Supply Point receives a fifteen year certificaU
from Capt. james M. Hull, Army Atlantic Quartermaster Officers, for completing 15 years ot
employment with the UJS. Governmeh". Richards lives at 7085 BOHvar Avenue, colon. Rich Richards'
ards' Richards' co-workers who were on hand to witness the event are (left to right) : p. B. Hoy t. C. A.
Correz and P. A. Bailey. (U.S. Army Photo)

MONEY eW ANTED : Financier
backing for banded Warehouse.
Write Bended Box No. 4062
WANTED: Used piano. What
have you? Call 2-1009 or Walk Walker
er Walker Tivoli Hotel.

Miscellaneous j

Pan Liquido Wins Pacific
Softball League Opener

Won Lost Pet;
Cerveceria Nacional
Abernathy Unisport
Libbey Foods
Ft. Clayton
Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co.
Next Camas
Thurs. Jan. : Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co
1st Battle Group vs
Fri. Jan. 10: Libbey Foods vs
Ft. Clayton.
Twenty-Six Runs Feature in Car
veceria Nacional
14-12 Victory
Qmr He. COk lit
Battle Group
Monday Evening

Commencing the 98 season in fall jumped the gun and, plasterer!
competitive form which led t,b j nine hits for eleven from the fiftlt
their chimpionshin last year Cer- risht back to the closing frame,
vecerta Nacional Patt Liquido eds- Keeping, the fari on high -tones
ed Ft. Kobbe's Ho. Co. 1st Battle for the final opening game show
Group 14-12 in Monday's Pacific a surprise comeback, Ft. Kob Kob-Softball
Softball Kob-Softball Loop opener at t he ; be's Ha. Co. 1st Battle Gpourt

league's home park on GaiUardlsluged Lanes' pitches with i
Highway. I hard hit singles coupled up viVi-

Twenty-six runs on twenty-five
hits along with Jim Pescod's has-
es-loaded-triole were the thrtfins!
features of the game before a fair!
Competition from the other,
leagues ooerating in the Maying
areas on Gaillard Hishway didn't
keep Umpire-in-Chief Marv Methe Methe-ny
ny Methe-ny from yelling the traditional
"play-ball" to get the Ball rolling
for another successful softball sea
son in the Pacific Area.
Opposing pitchers, McNair Lane
and M-Sgt. Chambers battled un-
.! i. j i rnjL. ii ..j i u.i

til the latt was relieved In thefpe

seventti oy Earl Auietu wnue uane
showed Weakness from the fifth.
The regulars from Ft. Kobbe's
Hq. Co. 1st Battle Group was able
Andrew Named PAA
District Sales
Manager On Isthmus
Bruce Andrew, Pan American
'TorJrl Airways local district res reservations
ervations reservations superintendent for the
oast 15 months, is the new d i s s-frlct
frlct s-frlct traffic and sales manager
for the Isthmus.
He reolaces Charles F,. Mher
o was uauainmu c
to Rico, as assistant district
ffic and sales manager.
aking over Andrew's former
st is William P. 'Dub) Gracy,
former assistant district reserva reservations
tions reservations superintendent at Miami.
Andrew began his career with
PAA as a junior traffic clerk it
Miami in 1948. Later he became
traffic supervisor at Miami, and
before comine to Tanama was
assistant- district reservation? su
nerintehdent. in Miami.
Born at 1 Greenwich. Conn., h
is married and has, two children
Gracy started with PAA as a
traffic clerk at Miami in 1943
and became a traffic repre
sentative in 1948. He was promot promoted
ed promoted to assistant district reserya reserya-tio"s
tio"s reserya-tio"s superintendent at Miami in
LONDON (UP) Radio Moscow
reported today that a "straight
cut" similar to the Paris "sack
look" is sweeping the Russian
fashion world. Western fashion
experts here believe this will
mean very little change In the
appearance of Russian women

3 -minute car wash $1. atoam
cleaning of Motet $5. axing of
cars $6. Auto-Bano. Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
For' faa beat TV service cell
Dick, phone 1479 Colon until
7.00 p.m. Work guaranteed 90
janitorial SERVICE, for the
cleaning of ornate homes, of offices,
fices, offices, public buildings, churches,
home apertsmeffts. Rug chant chant-.
. chant-. poeing rnd general upholstery ,:
right on the soot. Call Moderns.
S. A. Tel. 2-4-782, Patio Kodak
No 96.

jto thread Lane for 14 of thg
'twenty -five hits.
The Beermen got off to a list-
ieg a5 a un ctnie across the plate
in the first. The season's first hit
was md bV Kobbe's shortstop
Hardesty to deep short witti Bill
carlin- making a brilliant back-
hand stop out couldn t throw.
"Big lac" Lane hurled score scoreless
less scoreless ball over the Regulars for
three innines after which a tre-
mendous blow showfed his pitch
es from a,U angles as three Kobbe
"G.I.'s" registered safely then
following two outs, the 'Brewers
aided their males by committing
four costly errors thus sending
home four runs.
The champions in the fifth pic-
hired Gii ambers 4hreate&ins down-
two more Pan Liquido errors and
two bases-on-balls ending the bat
ting practice match 14-12.
Hardesty of Kobbe artistically
gained the day's batting honors
by having a perfect day in four of-
fecial trips.
The box score;
C. N. Pan Liquido
McArthur, If
Scott, If
Carlin, ss
Ab R
2 3
Ostrea, cf
Padron, 2b
Kosik; 3b
Kosik, 3b ;
-31 14 11 8
Hq, Co. 1st Battle Group
Dreher'lb 3 2 1
Ben, 2b
1 2
gon, 3b
ardesty. ss
Paohaskia, If
Garcia, c ..
Gfill, cf ....
Brickhouse x
Chambers, p
Aufletti, o
Campbell, rf
Basye, xx
37 12 14 2
x stapled over second in seventh
for Grill.
xx Ground-out 1 to 3 in the sev
enth for Auletti. V
Umoires: Marv MethenyKand
Lou Hilzinger. (
. ;
Camera Club
To Spend Night
At Barro Colorado
Twenty-five members of ih
Diablo Camera Club will be
overnight visitors at Barro Colo Colorado
rado Colorado Island this coming weekend,
Jan. 11 and 12. Field trips, with
cameras, will be made on the is
land trails in search of wild life.
This trip is one of several planned
for the local amateur photogra photographers
phers photographers during the dry- season
Dr. Martin Moynihan, the resi resident
dent resident naturalist in charge of ths
biological area, will accompany
the group to the island.

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Pessimism Branded Unmitigated Nonsense'
Nixon: US Military Stronger
Than Any Potential Aggressor'
V ft o
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 8 (UP) Vice President Richard M. Nixon said today that
the United States is "militarily stronger today than any potential aggressor."
Nixon branded at "unmitigated nonsense" any pessimistic talk to the contrary.
The Vice President made these statements in a speech prepared for delivery
before the 35th annual meeting of the American Football Coaches Association.
The limcheon, sponsored jointly by the football coaches and the Scripps-Howard
.newspapers, aJso featured the Coach of the Year award to Wayne Woodrow (Woody)
Hayes of Ohio State.
Nixon directed his comment at what he called "a lot of pessimistic talk. . to the
effect that the United States is weaker than the Soviet Union, that our Strategic
Air Force is obsolete because of the successful Soviet satellite launching, that our
itehlv headed for depression, and that our scientists a-re inferior."

Bitter Storms, Deep Cold
Directly Cause 20 Deaths

Eisenhower's Science Adviser Finds
Future Mote Worrying Than Present


... .,nivw' ian RrUP) tJintina a "Czar" to

fSBES sake, adviser Dr ientilic development.
ptmiob"1 ui:0. the na- ,

He also warned against merely

duplicating Soviet scientific sue-

James B kilUan believes the na na-ffi
ffi na-ffi biggest worry is its techno techno-tog"cal
tog"cal techno-tog"cal strength tomorrow not
Yhis first speech since i taking
theiiost the on-leave president oi
ftasstth'usetts tastitats si Te?h-
Eg! sounded a possible keynote
of President Eisenhower's State Og
the Union message to Congress
toSnW'departed Ixotr his pre pre-pared
pared pre-pared text In an address to the
Women's National Pres. Club ast
night to empbaSe that Russia
might surpass the United States
"in a few years" unless this coun country
try country steps up its scientific ef.orts.
Repab'icans in Congress indicat indicated
ed indicated the President, would paint a
reassuring picture of a strong A A-merica
merica A-merica in his message, but also
would detail specific goals to keep
ahead of Russia..

"Sputnik has shown that the
rj.S.S.. is a very serious compe compe-titor
titor compe-titor in the technological field,
Killian said. ."She has not passed
us yet, but she has a strong will
to M so."
Mfflian indicated that he believ believed
ed believed this country could not retain its'
scientific superiority merely by ap-

Little League

cesses, placing too much emphasis

on so-called "failures in expert

ments, or judging the comparative

merits ot U.S. and Russian educa

tiuiiai -systems- by-the number -of

scientists they turn out

Killian said this country must

place greater stress on basic re

search with long range objectives

rather then on "off again, on a
gain program.

He said the United States must

Consider the use of space vehicles

for basic research and undertake
o -. ;,1 Jr 1 ;

and invigoriate science education."

Boys 10, Girls 4

i' Ten bovs and four girls were

born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight
Jan. 6. according to the regular
hospital report. During the same

period 177 patients were aomu
tori and iss were discharged.

The names and addresses of
the parents of the boy babies fol follow:
low: follow: Mr and Mrs. C. A. Nurse, of
Poralsn- Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Aro-

aemena. of Panama; Mr. and

Mrs. A. S. Barrow, of Panama;
Mr. and Mrs. 3.C. Glenn, of Pan Panama;
ama; Panama; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. de Leon,
of Panama; Sp3 and Mrs. M..W.
Hltsman of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. D- Restrepo. of Panama Ci City
ty City TSgt. and Mrs. D. J. Denne Denne-hey,
hey, Denne-hey, of AlbrookuPfc. and Mrs. C.
D. Dunn, of Codoli; and SSgt.
and Mrs. F. E. Carter, of Locona.
- Girls were born to the follow following:
ing: following: Mr. and Mrs. L. Camacho, of
Chorrera; Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Coldson. of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Ceiling, of Cocoll; and
Mr. and Mrs. D.D. Hinds, of Margarita.

Nowadays the person who likes
to worry has o nice selection of
stuff to worry about.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the
84 hours ending 8 a.m. today.
If prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch ot the Panama Canal
Balboa Cristobal
High 90 83
Lew 7S 79
High n 85
Low 58 n
(max. mph) NW-18 N il
RAIN (inches 0 T
(inner harbors) 81 82

High Low
5:16 a.m. 11:35 a.m.
5:47 DJH. 11:58 p.m.

ly deciding that it looks like a
good place to spend the winter, j
this refugee goose has taken ;
possession of a rock in New )
York's Central Park. The bird
is making like a stork because

of an injured' leg.

"Such statements," he said.

"can only be described as unmi unmitigated
tigated unmitigated monsense,"

The United States is military

stronger today then any potential

aeeressor. Our economy is basic

ally stronger and produces three

times as much as does that of

the Soviet Umon.

"While we are not and cannot

be expected to be ahead in all
fields, the quality of America's
scientists is as good as that of
any nation in the world."
The vicepresident commented
that football coaches "perhaps bet better
ter better than any other group or peo people"
ple" people" understand from their ex ex-rterience
rterience ex-rterience th'at "superior potential

strength does not always insure

"If we become smug, complac complacent
ent complacent and overconfident, we could
fall behind the Soviet Union," lie
said. "But I can assure the Ame
riean people that under the leader leadership
ship leadership of President Eisenhower we
are not going to let it happen."
Oalline for "a real spirit of old-

fashioned American teamwork in
our defense establishment and in

the Ton stress." Nixon said:

"This is not time to get out the

crying towel or to throw m tne


"Nn ereater disservice to the

country could be rendered during

this session OI tne congress man

to make America's security a po

litical football."

Sailor Claims

Marine Slugged

Him For Praying

vrocnsmcA. Jaoan, Jan. 8 (UP)

A U. S. sailor today accused a

Marine sergeant of cursing mm
and punching him in the stomach
for paying in the Navy brig at
Sasesbo, Japan.

The sergeant. Robert J. Barbuti,

28, of Schenectady, N. Y., denied
the charges at his general court

martial here on H counts ot cruel cruelty
ty cruelty and maltreatment of prisoners.

Engine Fireman 'Jarios vota,
18, of Amarillo, Tex., said that
when he was in the brig serving
a seven-day sentence for insubord

ination. Barbuti "called me a re

ligious s.o.b." and punched him

once mreaienea ic kiu mm wim a
Barbuti pleaded innocent to all

29 counts against him. He and Sgt.
Adrian A. MacLlane, 23, of Phila

delphia were wardens of the Sase

bo brig and were courtmartialed
when charges of brutality were
Fourteen other Marines who
were guards at the brig went be before
fore before lesser special and summary
courts martial.

NEW YORK. Jan. 8 -(UP) -Snow
piled a foot deep hi New
England and swirled into central
Florida today in the bitterest
storm of the season.
Deep cold settled over the
Eastern seaboard and the Gulf
States as high winds from the
first onslaught abated. Florida
growers feared additional damage
to their fruit and wtetable crops.
Across the nation; at least 20
deaths were attributed to the
weather in the past 24 hours.
Among the victims were four

persons in the New York area
who died of apparent heart at

tacks while shoveling snow or
trying to free stalled Cars.
New York City caught a five five-inch
inch five-inch snowfall. Four to six inches
fell in" the suhurbs. Eleven inch
es blanketed Atlantic City, N.J.
A cold wave bore down on the
Eastern seaboard. In Florida, it
was the second severe cold blast
and it threatened a death blow
to this year's citrus crops.
Below freezing temperatures of
22 in the North and 26 in the ci citrus
trus citrus belt were expected tonight.
Miami's suburbs braced for a low

of 33.
New York City expected 15 de degree
gree degree temperatures tonight.
The frigid air hurt shipping and


fishing in the Gulf and the South
Atlantic waters. Several smaller
vessels have sunk and a 45-foot
racing yacht has been missing for
the past six days.
The snow storm started yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon in most areas in
the East. Traffic was snarled.
Four to 12 inches fell across
northern New England. Virginia
reported some falls of nearly a
foot. New falls of up to five inch inches
es inches were predicted for Virginia
and North Carolina during the

Parents fed Up
With Daughter
Who Posed Nude

LONDON, Jan. 8 (UP)-The po

liceman father of a 19 year om
London rpodel and party girl said
today he was disgusted by her lat latest
est latest escapade posing nude pn a
statue down the street from Buck Buckingham
ingham Buckingham Palace.

Constable Lionel Smith said of I

daughter Wendy's prank, "l am
just too disgusted to talk about
it." Her mother said, "I don'tfeare
any more what Wendy does; this
time she has gone too far."
The photographer's model who
sometimes has dates with socialite
playboy Anthony Moynihan, was
photographed in the nude on the
statue outside the Brigade of
Guards Barracks. The Sunday Pic Pictorial
torial Pictorial newspaper printed the pic picture
ture picture yesterday.
Last year, she appeared with
Moynihan at a West End night
club wearing nothing but a short

Jakarta Bombing
Injures 13 People;
No Motive Found

Dr. Gaston Litton

Here from Colombia

To Aid C. Z. Library

Dr. Gaston Litton. Director of

the Library School of the Univer

sity of Antioquia, Medellin, Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, and a specialist in Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican library problems is serv serving
ing serving as Consultant in Spanish book
purchasing to the Canal Zone Li Library
brary Library from Jan. 7 through 10.
Dr. Litton is well known local

ly, having served as a consultant

to the University of Fanama Li Library
brary Library under the auspices of the
U.S.I.A. during the latter part of
1956. He was formerly Professor
of History and Archivist at the
University of Oklahoma, and more
recently has served as Consultant
in public libraries in Nicaragua
and Mexico. During the past year
he has organized and now is di directing
recting directing the Inter American Li Library
brary Library School in Medellin, a school
jointly supported by the Rockefel Rockefeller
ler Rockefeller Foundation and the Colom Colombian
bian Colombian Government.
Dk, Litton, in addition to advis advising
ing advising the Canal Zone Librarian on
sources and methods for buying
Spanish materials, will visit the
Latin American branches of the
Canal one Library and will .ad .advise
vise .advise on Spanish material for the
Panama Collection of the Library.




POSTERS TOLD PANAMA'S STORY to travel-minded United States residents last year. Yes
terday Thomas Dixcey of the Burke Dowlin Adams aeenev exnlained tn newsmen its four.

pronged program which also included paid ads, oooklets and folders, plus hundreds of columns J

US Advertising Man Tells How RP's Money Was Spent

There -was also a $25,000 fee for the United States, and owes a

A run-down on where and how
the Republic of Panama's tourist
prom otion dollar was spent
through his concern was given
newsmen yesterday by Thomas

publicity. Dixcy displayed a large
clipping book showing how Pana

ma's story as an attraction to
tourists had been spread U.S.-wide

Dixcy, senior vice-president of in scores ot papers where Panama

JAKARTA, Indonesia, Jan

(UP( A grenade explosion out outside
side outside a theater in the teeming Pa Pa-sar
sar Pa-sar Senen district wounded 13 per persons
sons persons late last night, it was re reported
ported reported today.
Security forces cordoned off the
area minutes after the blast. Ten
suspects were arrested for ques questioning.
tioning. questioning. The motive for the bombing was
obscure. The injured only one
of whom was seriously enough
hurt to require hospitalization
were street peddlers or p'assersby
waiting at a trolley slop.
So far as is known, there was
no prominent political or military

leader in the area at whom tne
bomb might have been directed.

5 Venezuelan Priests Arrested
As Result Of Recent Revolt

S.S. Tax Increase
To Be Felt Soon
By Self-Employed
yers, farmers, dentists and other
self employed persons covered
by the Social Security system will
soon feel the bite of a tax in increase
crease increase enacted by Congress two
years ago.
Any of them who had earnings
of $4,200 or more last year will

be required by April 15 to hand
$141.75 of it to Uncle Sam. That's
$15.75 more than they had to pay

8 last spring on their 1956 earnings.

Self. employed persons with
lower earnings also will have to
pay more taxes this spring, but
the increase won't be as great.
The Social Security tax is in
addition to the federal income tax
which also falls due on April 15.
Doctors are one of the few self-

employed groups exempt from the

taxes and excluded from the bene benefits
fits benefits of Social Security.
Social Security taxes were
raised, effective on 1957 earnings,
to finance liberalized benefits vot voted
ed voted by Congress in 1956. The bene,
fits included a new disability in insurance
surance insurance program and a reduction
in the benefit age lor women
from C5 to 62.

Burke Dowling Adams, Inc., the
advertising agency selected last

year for the program.
Dixcy said it had come to their
attention that the current admin administration
istration administration had been criticized in the
National Assembly for its expendi expenditures.
tures. expenditures. The question was asked,. he
said, as to "where did the money
He commended the administra administration
tion administration for the unusual safeguards it
had put around the disbursement
of the funds, the closest in his ex experience
perience experience of the advertising agen agency
cy agency business.'
Of the $170,000 program, he said
that $97,500 went for paid adver advertising
tising advertising space, some of it in news newspapers,
papers, newspapers, but chiefly in U.S. maga magazines.
zines. magazines. Another $15,000 was spent
for booklets and folders, plus $5, $5,-000
000 $5,-000 for posters. Samples of both of
these were displayed in the Pana Panama
ma Panama salon of El Panama Hilton
where the press conference was
Advertising agency commissions
accounted for $22,500 of the sum;

and transportation and postage

took $5,000.

escaped through the side doors, in including
cluding including the priest who was saying

the mass.

Catholic sources said Father

Baonaola who is about 65 and

under treatment for a weak heart.

was missing asd believed to have
been detained at Barquisimeto

where he was spending a brief

year-end vacation.

CARACAS, Venezuela, Jan. 8
(UP) At least live prominent
Roman Catholic priests were be

lieved today to have been arrested
as a reSu t of the abortive New

Year's Day revolt at the Maracay

Air Force base.

Fears were expressed that the
arrests might lead to open clashes
between Catholic students and pa parishioners
rishioners parishioners and government forces.
These arrested included the Rev.
Jose Baonaola, rector of the Cath Catholic
olic Catholic University here, end the pa pa-rish
rish pa-rish priests of the Metropolitan
Cathedral and ef the three most
important churches in the Cara Caracas
cas Caracas federal district.
Msgr. Rafael Arias, Archbishop
of Caracas, was understood to be
seeking interviews with President
Marcos Perez Jimenez and other
top government officials in an at attempt
tempt attempt to avoid an open clash.
The current tension between the
governifcint and the church was
touched Off bythe arrest of Msgr.

J. Hernandez Cape'lin, director o.'
the Roman' Catholic newspaper La
Religion, who refused ou.rht to
submit to government orders to

publish page one editoria s con- Legal strategy m the courts ap

demmng tne Maracay uprising, .peareo ioaay iq De ine cniei ww
The arrest of Msgr. Capellin waslpon southern feeders will use dur dur-"ollowed
"ollowed dur-"ollowed by a series of eovern-ung 195Tfffight racial mixing in
ment crackdowns against Catholic schools' and public transportation,
priests. In most of the cases now pend-
The latest came yesterday -.vhentag before southern courts the op op-National
National op-National Security police units raid-jponents of integration are on the
ed the Metropolitan Cathedral defensive. But in Alabama segre segre-while
while segre-while the Feast of the Three Kings gationists are attacking on still

I was being observed by a mass another front that of voting pow-

there. ; er held by Negroes in tne county
Several- dozen worshipers were "where the historic Tuskegee Insti Insti-detained
detained Insti-detained by the police and others tute for Negroes is situated.

A'so believed to have been ar

rested were Msgr. Jose SarraDu.

parish priest of the Metropolitan
Cathedral; The Rev. Hortenaio

Carrillo, parish priest of Santa Te
resa church; The Rev.iDelfin Mon

cada, of the Chacago church, -and

the parish priest o. La Castellana
The Catholic University and the
Caracas University were closed.

Secondary schools opened on sche-

duie, however.

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cOuld never afford advertising un-

aer its Ufflited budget.

Dixcy sees a bright tourist fu future
ture future for Panama, if its appeal is
efficiently handled. He stressed
the fact that with commercial jets
entering the travel picture, Pana Panama
ma Panama will soon be only about two
hours from major U.S. gateways.
But he also emphasized that
there is tremendous competition
for tourists, and that to become
effective a program should build
up interest, year after year.
Dixcy also gave a brief historv

of his firm.

Burke Dowlyifi Adams, Inc.. be

came interested in the Panama ac account
count account as an extension nf its impr

ests in the Caribbean area, Latin

America, ana tourism in general,

Among its accounts, which total
approximately $20,000,000 annual

ly, the firm handles the republic

ot Ham and both Delta and Varie
ait: tl.l .r

nu lilies, wmcn serve Venezuela,
Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Dominican
Republic, Brazil, and Argentina.
The firm is one of the toD 50 amone

some 2,000 advertisfjtg agencies in

healthy proportion of its growth ti

tourism and travel promotion.

To serve Panama, and to ad-i

vance its Latin American business,!
Dixcy said, the agency Has al.l

ready had an operating office inl

Fanama tor more than a year un i

der the direction of Stelio Matussi,

wno serves as liaison on advertis

ing and publicity activities with
the agency's creative offices in j

the U.S.

Self-Banker Denied

Return Of Deposits

By English Hospital

DURHAM, England, Jan. 7 (UP'

Sedgefield General Hospital an

nounced today it Would keep th
424 coins about $5 worth rev

moved from the stomach of an un unidentified
identified unidentified man.

"They will remain the pronertr

oi ine nospuai authorities, a

spoKesman said.

The hospital did not disclose why
the man-swallowed the coins, but
Daily Mirror columnist Cassandra
remarked bitingly: "Here we have
a law-abiding citizen, quite legally
using his tummy as a savings bank
and the hospital snitches the loot."

Dies Suddenly
In Balboa Home
Mss. Lilliam Pauline Snecken Snecken-berger,
berger, Snecken-berger, wife of Homei A. Snecken Snecken-berger,
berger, Snecken-berger, Lockmaster on the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Locks, died suddenly at her
home in Balboa yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon after suffering what appear appeared
ed appeared to be a heart attack. She was
45 years old.
At the time she was stricken,
Mrs. Sneckenberger was ironing
clothes under her quarters. After
her collapse, a call was made for
the Fire Department and the
Gorgas Hospital ambulance by the
maid. Balboa Firemen used a
resuscitator for nearly an hour
without success.
A native of Hagerstown, Mary Maryland.
land. Maryland. Mrs. Sneckenberger came

to the Isthmus in 1941. Since thaw

time she has been a resident of
both Pedro Miguel and Balboa.
In addition to her husband, she
is survived by her father and
mother, Mir. and Mrs. Edward
Semler. of Hagerstown; a sister,
Mrs. Catherine Guise, of Gettes Gettes-bure.
bure. Gettes-bure. Pennsylvania; and two bro

thers, James of Hagerstown and
Marion of Fort Mead, Mch.
Memorial services will be held
Friday morning at 10 o'clock in

St. Luke's Cathedral in Ancon. t ne
Reverend William W. Baldwin will
conduct the services. Interment
will take place in the United Staes.
East German Mon
Tells About Babies

VICTOR GBOHMANN, president of Needham and Grohtnann
advertising agency, is here to look over' the Hotel El Panama
Hilton, newest hotel to join the Hilton international chain.
He foresees a future for tourism in Panama if some of the
natural attractions of the country are developed, and present presented
ed presented to the travelling public.

BERLIN, Jan. 7 (UP)-The East
German Communist party news newspaper
paper newspaper Neues Deutschland printed a
letter from a reader today com complaining
plaining complaining about the shortage of
"Diapers are indispensable for
babies but the Ministry of Light
Industry does not seem to know
this," the letter said.

Legal Strategy Is Chief Weapon In Segregated South

GEORGIA, Ala, Jan. 8 (UP)l A legislative commission creat-iquash subpenas ordering Sen-

ed to study possible abolishment
of Macon County, ala., met Mon Monday
day Monday and named as its chairman
state Sen. Sam Eng ehardt, a resi resident
dent resident of the county and leader in
the White Citizens Council move movement.
ment. movement. There were new developments
in cases involving the public trans'
portation laws of Virginia and Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. ""JH
In Arlington, Va circuit Juege

Walter T. McCarthy reiused i to

Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.) and six
other prominent citizens to testify
ill a suit challenging the Virginia
seating law. One of the other wit witnesses
nesses witnesses is i'ormer Gov. John Bat Battle,
tle, Battle, a member of the newly-created
federal Civil Rights Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. A new development in the Ten

nessee case came before a three-

constitutionality of that state's
seating law.
Also in Alabama Monday, the

Birmingham school board asked
the U. S. district court to dismiss

a pending suit which asks that
segregation in the city schools be

done away with. A hearing on me
board's motion was continued but

no specific date was set.
In Charlotte. N. C. the 4th U.S

Circuit Court of Appeals opened a

court nanel at Memohis. which re. tiree week session during which

jected a plea by city attorneys for i Virginia's pupil placement law is

dismissal of a suit challenging theidue for its first ciear-cut challenge.

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