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Ike Tells Congress
Of US Prosperity
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower told Congress today the nation's economy has
"broken through to new and higher ground'' and is now
adjusting to "a slower rate of advance."
This "magnificent" upsurge, he said in his annual
economic message, has brought the country to the'thresV
old of a $400 billion economy, with "great opportunities"
The gross national product hit a record $387.4 billion
last year and now is at an estimated annual rate of $397
But the President cautioned,
as he did earlier in his State
of the Union and budget mes mes-,
, mes-, safe, that some Americans
notably farmers are not en enjoying
joying enjoying "the full measure' of
He also noted that "cross-currents,"
such as the threat of in inflation,
flation, inflation, run high in boom times.
The nation, he warned can cannot
not cannot afford to become compla complacent
cent complacent or take its financial well well-being
being well-being for granted.
With the advent of the new
year, Mr. 'Eisenhower said, the
record-setting expansion that
elevated almost all segments of
Vt anrtnnwii 4 iQ Via4 Kmin
to slacken into a "tamer move movement."
ment." movement." ;
Although "the underlying
trend still appears to be up upward,"
ward," upward," he said, the government
must remain alert., for "neither
the threat of inflation nor the
threat of recession can ver be
As one "stand-by" precaution.
HI. EMcenVinaTOw aufffreclorl f.hat.
authority for the Government
to fix minimum downpayments
and maximum repayment perl
ods on installment buying would
be- useful. -,-,
He riled "increasingly line
ral terms" on auto loans dur
Ing; 1955 as one example of a
possible trend toward over overextension
extension overextension of credit.
However, he said present con conditions
ditions conditions do not call for install installment
ment installment credit regulation, and he
proposed nothing more than a
study of. the problem at this
As other steps which the Gov Gov-eminent
eminent Gov-eminent might take "to mode moderate
rate moderate economic fluctuations with without
out without becoming a dominant fac factor
tor factor In our economy," Mr. Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower put forth more than 50
recommendations and ; sugges suggestions
tions suggestions for federal state action.
Most of them he had mention
ed previously, either last year
r in earlier messaees this year
They included his new "soil
bank" farm program, which he
couoled with a warning against
Democratic moves to restore high
rig'd farm price supports.
H. also reaffirmed his on-
saying it would be "irresponsi "irresponsible"
ble" "irresponsible" to reduce revenues when
the national debt is. so high.
He asked Congress to post-.
tnne again the scheduled Ap-
- rll rcauciiun in tuiyuianvn
and excise taxes and to con continue
tinue continue the present temporary
increase in the legal debt lim-
it. .--- w-.-vv., :
f Mr. Elsenhower's oroposals
embraced a wide range of social
position to an "early tax cut,
and economic segments in this
country and even touched
such topics as foreign aid i;na
Among other things,' he asked
additional government help for
eld people, the unemployed, flood
victims and farmers.
He outlined programs for high
ways, housing schools and
He also mentioned one rela relatively
tively relatively new concern "auto-
rnation, or the impact of me mechanical
chanical mechanical nrocress on workers.
Mr. Eisenhower credited pol policies
icies policies adopted by his administra administration,
tion, administration, and its refusal to adopt
certain others, with creating a
climate in which free enterprise
has flourished and the nation
He declared that "on an ln ln-creaslne
creaslne ln-creaslne scale. Americans have
taken the initiative to make jobs
for one another, instead of wait
ing for the federal government
to do it for them." -There
were 64.2 million Amer
icans gainfully employed last
The President warned' that
Rcinbow City Tot
Thaddeus Green, a four-year
eld resident of Rainbow City,
was admitted to Coco Solo Hos Hospital
pital Hospital yesterday afternoon with
Injuries diaarnosed a possib'e
fractured skull and broken neck.
' The" son of Bodley Green was
reacted to have fallen from a
heights of from three to seven
..lef t xMle. D'ayina ln hi home.
n hp were no witnesses to
the ar t -nt.
"monopolistic tendencies must
be curbed, whenever thev ap
He recommended revising
antitrust laws to require 'all
firms of significant size" to
give the government advance
notice of merger plans if in interstate
terstate interstate commerce is involved.
He said federal reeulation also
--snouia oe extended to aumer
gers of banking institutions.
"The past year." Mr. Eisen
hower said, "has brought fresh
witness to the basic strength
and resilency of our economy.
We have broken through to new
anq nigner ground, and we have
reached the shold of a .400
billion dollar economy...
"The Federal Government has
not sought to maintain good
times by expanding our already
huge government outlays or by
permitting the value of money
to depreciate .
"We have succeeded In ex expanding
panding expanding the scope of free en enterprise,
terprise, enterprise, and yet increased the
sense of security that people
need in" a highly industrializ industrialized
ed industrialized age.
. ". ..It Is reasonable to expect
, (Continued on Page 6, Col )
Passage 01 Czech
Armaments Tc Egypt
TRIESTE, Italy, Jan. 24 (UP)-
Fresident Tito has agreed to per permit
mit permit Communist Czech arms to pass
through Yugoelavia to speed their
snipment to Egypt, well-informed
sources said today,
... ... .... ..
The sources said Tito and Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian Premier Gamal Abdcl Nas
ser reached the secret agreement
during the visit to Cairo of the
The reported agreement would
maice communis Yugoslavia a
"clearing house" to facilitate E-
gyptian military contacts with the
The sources said Tito had au
thorized the shipment of the Czech
arms to Egypt through the Yu
goslav port of Rijeka on the A-
dnatic Sea. Rijeka was known as
Fiume until it passed from Italian
into Yugoslav hands in World War
The sources also reported that
300 officers of the Egyptian army
had landed at Rijea last week
and proceeded across Yugoslavia
to Cechoslovakia for training by
Soviet arms experts in the use of
; (NEA Radio-Telephoto)
EAST GERMAN UNIFORMS These are the uniforms approved
by East Germany's Red Parliament for a new People's Army
clothed in a fashion reminiscent of the Hitler-Nazi era, Left
. t.n ricrht.. front: Navv enlisted
private, in rear, Hut lo nght:
Construction of a bridge over
the Panama Canal at Balboa, at
an estimated cost of 120,000,000
rather than a tunnel seemed
likely today as a result of a draft
bill to the House of Representa Representatives
tives Representatives sent by Goernor J. S. Sey-
In his letter to House Speaker.
Sam Rayburn, a copy of which
was received here by the Unit
ed States Citizens Association,
Gov. Seybold requested author
ity for the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company to construct, maintain and
operate the new bridge, but
stressed that the costs involved
should.be treated as "extraordi "extraordinary
nary "extraordinary expenses incurred through
a directive based on national
policy, and not related to the
operation of the Company."
- The letter referred to the
General Relations Agreement
between the U.S. and Panama
tiqned in 1942, and pointed" out
concerning the construction of
that Point 4 of that agreement
a tunnel or bridge over the
Canal at Balboa "is one of the
few remaining commitments
which has not yet been fulfill fulfill-ed."
ed." fulfill-ed." '
It added: "Item 5 of the Me
morandum of Understandings
reached, accompanying the re
cently ratified 1955 Treaty with
Panama, assures Panama that
'legislative authorization and
the necessary appropriations
will be sought for the construc
tion of a brldrre at Balboa re
ferred to In Point 4 of the Gen
eral Relations Agreement of
Sey hold's letter went on to
say: Accordingly, the enclosed
draft of proposed bill which
would authorize and direct the
Panama Canal Company to con construct,
struct, construct, maintain and operate a
hlghlevel bridge over the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal at Balboa..; is sub submitted
mitted submitted for consideration by the
Con cress. '.''. .: -..v
"The cost of such a bridge is
estimated at $20 million and is
recommended a compared to a
tunnel under the Canal which
would cost an estimated $38 mil
URC A sriokesmeiw ald Sey-
bold's letter and draffcbill were
sent to Washington last Sep September,
tember, September, -while Conerress was in
recess. They said they had no
information as to the present
status of the proposed legisla
Manager Of Cocktail Lounge
Faces Discrimination Charge
The editor of a local tabloid
daily intends to file charges of
"discrimination and assault' a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the manager of a local
cocktail lounge as a result of an
man. Air Force officer, and Army
Army owci-t, navy omcer, nrmj
Army lieutenant. :
50 Staff Reduction
Scheduled For Rodman
The Navy Department announced today that the U. S. Naval
Station at Rodman, will be reduced to a partial maintenance
In the interests of economy, the Navy Department is re-distributing
the responsibilities of the Naval Station and reducing
the current complement (military and civilian) approximately
50 per cent.
The Rodman Naval Station
has been operating under its
nresent name since May 1951.
It was originally commissioned
as the U. S. Naval Station, Bal
boa, in 1941 and was a part or
the Naval Operating Base along
with the Submarine Base which
was disestablished in 1947.
Upon completion of reduction
in force, Rodman will be re responsible
sponsible responsible for furnishing the log logistic
istic logistic support, except supply, to
the other Naval activities of the
The present Supply Depart Department
ment Department of the Naval Station will
be transferred and integrated
Into the Supply Department at
the U. S. Naval Station in Coco
Also the responsibility of
Puis Brs-es On
A newhov sneedlng on his
bicvele t' "oush Ancon at the
Tivoi: Av, me and J Street in
tersection at 12:10 p.m. yester yesterday
day yesterday suffered minor bruises when
a ran into a car which had stop stopped
ped stopped at the intersection to avoid
collision with an oncoming crush
of speeding cyclists.
Roberto Diaz. 14, pleaded gull
ty in Balboa Magistrate's Court
yesterday afternoon to a ciiarge
of failure to keep right and
exercise .due care J passing a
The lad was given a 10 -day
ttrm but execution was suspend suspended
ed suspended for one year contingent on
his not being guilty of a similar
Zone police reoort that they
have had a flood of complaints
recently about the recklessness
of bicycle newsboys who scoot
alon ;4th of July Avenue and
Tlvoli Avenue at noon and in
Both motorists and pedes pedestrians
trians pedestrians have been endanered by
the boys' reckless speeding.
incident which took place Sun
Leslie Williams, Panamanian
editor of The Nation, says he
will file charges with the Mayor
against Glenn Lee, American
manager of the Panamanian Panamanian-owned
owned Panamanian-owned Maxim's cocktail lounge
who, Williams says, overcharg overcharged
ed overcharged him and his party, consist consisting
ing consisting of his wife and two other
Negroes, and then punched him
In the jaw.
winiams claims he was charg
ed $4.75 for four highballs nd
a pint of beer.
When he queried the manatrer
about the amount, he said was
told it was because of the "Sun "Sunday
day "Sunday prices" for drinks;
He says Lee pulled a $10 bill
out of his (Williams') hand
and punched him on the Jaw
when he attempted to pay for
the drinks, but wanted to keep
the bill the waiter had pre presented
sented presented to him,
Lee on the other hand ac
cuses Williams and his party of
making a "noisy entrance" into
the bar and of indulging in
"boisterous laughter and 'con 'conversation"
versation" 'conversation" after they were seat
The manager of the establish.
ment denies pulling the money
out of the editor's hand. Lee
said he received the $id bill
from the bartender to whom
Williams had given it. He ex explained
plained explained that the blow he struc-c
Williams with was a reflex ac action
tion action after the editor grabbed ;iis
arm as he was moving away.
Lee said he explained to Wil Williams
liams Williams that he could not allow
him to take the tab away with
him because it was needed to
check his sales at the end of
the night's business.
Lee expressed regrets over-the
incident, but blamed the entire
'the party's boisterous conduct.
furnishing logistic support to
transient Navy ships will now
be at Coco Solo.
Rodman will continue the
maintenance and security of ihe
Naval station, which includes
the trans-Isthmian fuel pipe
Current planning figures show
that approximately one haif of
the present Naval Station per personnel
sonnel personnel complement will be re retained
tained retained to man Rodman.
The new level of military per personnel
sonnel personnel will be achieved by not
replacing personnel as their nor
mal tour of duty expires. Neces
sary civilian personnel reduc reductions
tions reductions must be completed by
June 30, 1956.
In 2-Man Deadlock
PARIS, Jan. 24 (UP) Socialist
Andre Le Troquer and Popular
Republican Pierre Schneiter were iUrv dictatorship are breeding
dear locked today in the showdown L ciyil war wnlcn could COst
election for a President of t h rt i
new French National Assembly. .' (Continued,- on Vazv Col C)
Panama Deputies Gratified
With Results Of Visit To US
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 fUP)
President Max Heurtematte, of
the Panama National Assembly
said today that he was gratliied
with the results of the goodwill
mission that he headed for the
Assembly to the United States
Heurtematte. accompanied oy
Assemblymen inocencio Gallndo
and Jorge Illueca, came nere
last week to extend the greet greetings
ings greetings of the assembly to the Con Congress
gress Congress and people of the United
States. He talked about the mis mission
sion mission with a United Press re.
porter a few hours before he
and his companions were sched scheduled
uled scheduled to leave for Panama.'
"I am very, very satisfied and
happy," the Assembly president
said when the reporter asKea
hhn whether he felt the mis
sion had been successful. "We
were well received by Speaker
Sam Rayburn and by the Se Senate.
nate. Senate. What the Senators said to
us was nice and I think sincere.
It is going to impress the peo people
ple people of Panama. They are going
to realize tnat we nave goo a
"I am genuinely happy a a-bout
bout a-bout the results of the trip be be-cause
cause be-cause I think is going to lead
to even better relation be between
tween between our countries, if that Is
possible since we already have
"We accomplished our aim of
expressing the goodwill of the
National Assemoiy to the unit united
ed united States. Our mission also was
successful because of the won wonderful
derful wonderful cooperation given to us
by Ambassador J. J. Vallarino."
Legislation by the congress is
required to put into eriect some
of the provisions of the revised
treaty, with its accompanying
memorandum of understand understandings,
ings, understandings, which was signed by the
two governments a year ago.
tion. -' -':'-,.--'
Among those provisions aTe
the increase of the annuity oald
by the United States to the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian government to $1,93(1, $1,93(1,-000
000 $1,93(1,-000 Instead of the former $430,-
000: establishment of uniform
salary scales; construction of a
.bridge over the canal at Bai
boa: and the return to the Pan
amanian government of certain
parcels of land described In the
Heurtematte said that the As
sembly mission that he headed
did not come to wasningion
with any Intention of seeking
to prod the Congress Into speedy
action on the required legisia
."We had no .desire to rush
them," he explained, "But we
have had many visits In Pana Panama
ma Panama by members of the United
States Congress, and we thought
It would be a good Idea for us
to come here with a message of
goodwill f rom-4toa.-Matlonal.JU..
sembly." ', 'v
Deposed Argentine President.
Juan Peron today refute 1 state statements
ments statements attributed to him by tne
N.Y. Herald Tribune's Joseph
Newman in a report on an in interview
terview interview with the former Presi President.
dent. President. Newman reported Peron as
saying that he would return to
power on the crest of a revolur
tion which would cost about one
A statement Issued by Peron
"Statements have been pub published
lished published in the New York Herald
Tribune and transmitted to
newspapers of the continent in
which I am pictured as saying
an absurdity which I have never
even thought of. .'
"I left the government (of
Argentina) to avoid bloodshed.
I consider it barbarous to solve
political problems by means of
struggle, then how could I
maintain that to return neople
would have to be killed?
"It is just that the reporters
are foreigners who speak Eng English
lish English and naturally the difficul difficulties
ties difficulties of the language often made
real inexactitudes appear due to
faulty translation. ..
"I told Joseph Newman that
with the hatred and rancor
which was awakening in Bue
In addition to meeting Soenk-
er Rayburn of the House of Rep.
resentatlves and to beine receiv
ed in the Senate, where several
ot me senators spoke welcoming
the Panamanian visitors, Heur Heurtematte:
tematte: Heurtematte: and his companions
made a courtesy call on Henfv
F.. Holland, Assistant Secretary of
oiaie.. jor inieramencan ai
fairs,, a few hours after their
arrival here last Tuesday.
"We are grateful to the way
in wnicn Holland received us,
and appreciate his friendly man.
ner," Heurtematte said.
Ambassador Vallarino and his
wife gave a reception at their
Embassy last night in honor of
the three Assemblymn. Among
more than a hundred guests who
attended were Senators, mem members
bers members of the House of Representa Representatives,
tives, Representatives, Latin American diDlo-
mats, and officials of the State
Department, the Export Import
Bank, and the International
Bank for Reconstruction and
The three 'Assemblymen plan
to stop briefly in Miami and ar arrive
rive arrive in Panama on Wednesday.
HUGHES RESIGNS President Eisenhower has accepted the
resignation of Rowland R. Hughes as direetor of the Bureau of
the Budget, effective Apr. 1. The White House said that the
President would name perclval F. Brundage, who has been serv serv-.
. serv-. ing js. deputy hiirt?et, chiefs as ,successorto Hushes. Hughes
(right) and bi'unaage are above In a recent picture".
US Says Panama
.-. . '. i
Failing To Meet
III jH t l
intent ui Fact
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP) Responsible sources
said today that the United States government maintains
its position that the Panamanian government is obligated
to grant a 75 per cent reduction in the import duty of al alcoholic
coholic alcoholic beverages sold in the republic for importation into
the Canal Zone,' l:-'::''::''-'-;S;:rrr
The sources recalled that the State Department al already
ready already has expressed to Panama its dissatisfaction with a
recent decree-law which purportedly was issued to comply
with a commitment to grant such a reduction, which was
undertaken by Panama in the Memorandum of Under Understandings
standings Understandings that was signed last year.
The decree-law was unsatisfactory to the United
States because it contained
the reduction privileges certain categories of Zone resi residents,
dents, residents, such as missionaries, lawyers, contractors, and re retired
tired retired employes.
Responsible sources said that the United States view
is that those exclusions failed to meet the intent of that
item of the memorandum, ond that all lccjiMmatc ;sidtnts
of the Zone a c entitle-' to the reduction, wif ,ut !'.:cri !'.:cri-miriU'.'n.
The fiourcevs acknowledged "that
nmi nvstem to control the privi
lege might be needed to prevent
unauthorized persons, such as
tourists, for example, from taking
advantage of the reduction.
Tbey said, however, that the
State Deparment so far has re received
ceived received no official informaion
that the Panamanian govern government
ment government would accept "free entry
prmit" Uud by'. the-. Zone
thorititt. :-y,;-: r
The sources believed that a sa satisfactory
tisfactory satisfactory control method could
be worked out between Zone and
Panamanian authorities once the
latter have given full implemen implemen-ation
ation implemen-ation to item three of the Me Memorandum
morandum Memorandum which says:
"So long as the United States
of America manintains In effect
When Does Your
Holders of Canal Zone driver's
licenses are reminaeo 10 cnecK.
the expiration dates on their
Renewals should be obtained,
approximately one month prior
to the expiration dates at he
License Section in the Civil Af
fairs Building in Ancon or front;
Cristobal by presenting their ap-1 States to keep that Execulye Oid Oid-niifotinx
niifotinx Oid-niifotinx n.Hv, tun lippnsn sl7e!er in effect. Panama during the
photographs and a fee of $1.00.
restrictions by excluding from
those provisions of Executive (
er number 6997 of March 25, 19Jj
governing the importation of al
coholic beverages into the- Canal
Zone, the Republic of Panama
will grant a reduction of 75 per
cent in the import duty on alcoho.
lie beverages which are sold in
Panama for importation into the
Canal Zone pursuant to such ex executive
ecutive executive order."
In that txicufivt ordtr, th
Unittd Stittt dicidtd unilaterally
that it would not txtrcita fh
right that it has to allow raii raii-dents
dents raii-dents of the Zone to import al alcoholic
coholic alcoholic btvtragas into tha Zona
in tha tame manner as thay
import other items.
In an explanatory statement
that the State Department sent to
tha United States Senate last year
when it requested consent to rati ratify
fy ratify the revised treaty, the depart
''As a resul of this policy (ie (ie-suiting
suiting (ie-suiting from Executive Order 69 69-97),
97), 69-97), all alcoholic beverages con containing
taining containing more than 3.2 per. cent of
alcohol by weight for use in the
zone must be purchased from Pa-
This has caused resentment on.
the part of United States person-,
ncl serving in the Canal Zone,
in vitw of the fact that Panama.
nian taxes are includad in the
prices they must pay for such
Informed quarters said that in
order to prevail upon the United
treaty negotiations agreed to the
commitment which it expressed
in item three of the Memoran
This month's president of Mana
ma's National Assemoiy, u a i
Heurtematte, said here yesterday
that the assembly has approved
ihe legislation to put the ,hquor i
tax reduction into eiicci.
There remains now only me
question of the mechanics to oper'
ate it, ne expiaineu.
"It is necessary to have som
kind of system, operated by the
Panamanian ans Zone authorities,,
to be sure that the reduction brne brne-fits
fits brne-fits only those who have a nht
to it, otherwise the situation -will
be hard to control."
Serving a 30-day term for
petit larceny. Vivian Smith, H,
joined his mother, Grancella,
yesterday in the Galun jail.
(The mother is scivma t-
years for assault with a ca.
The Smith boy, along
Benisnc Salazar, 13, wcie r -prehended
while trying to
from a car parked in the
boa Avenue area of Cri
Both boys are Panama'
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AFTERMATH OF ACQUITTAL
I applaud your item yesterday "Acquitted chauffeus barred
from Amador, charges retaliation." He is obviously correct, anfl
100 correct. Unfortunately (it seems) when you deal with mili military
tary military authorities you must expect arbitrary treatment because they
do not know any other kind, and you must forget all about any
concept of civil rights and ordinary human rights.
This man, according to press, was acquitted of speeding In
Amador by the Magistrate's Court in Balboa, the judicial author authority
ity authority established by the government of the U.S for the Canal Zone.
The laws of the government of the Canal Zone.apply in Amador.
The Caribbean Command of the US. Army is apparently too
arbitrary and dictatorial to abide by the law of the land.
In such circumstances the Army has, and almost invariably
chooses to use, the arbitrary military authority to excluds the
person and thus punish the individual for an offense, the of of-fenss
fenss of-fenss of being acquitted by a court of justice when the Army
thinks him guilty. Y V
; This is the reason why free people can never, and must never,
trust the military any military. :.-
' F. J. K. ;,
' ACCENTUATE TOE POSITIVE CREDIT
My wife went hunting for Moose one night
And her bullets were made of lead,
It was bin-bing-bing and boom-boom-boom
v So I landed in a Hospital bed,
The superlntendant at Gorgas can rest assured that his staff
of doctors is doing an exceptionally fine job. What's more, the
mrrses and Ward help show an equal amount of cheerful attitude
it&t inspires the "Get well quick" feeling within all patients.
The consistent friendly manner of the emoloyes makes one
tjrget malicious false rumors and gossip spread by chronic gripers.
The meals are well balanced. - .'
I looked for faults dldnt find any. The three doctors at attending
tending attending my particular cas Shaw, White and Di Bernard are
the answer to the Good Book's wish: Serve (Willingly.
thirteen Republicans to hold the office of President of the Unit United
ed United States, only one has served two comrjlete terms eight years.
'-: It could be pronhetic that the only one was also a general
tjj the Army, U. S. Grant. : , .
. Only two other Republican presidents have been reelected
after serving four years and both of them, Lincoln and McKln McKln-iey.
iey. McKln-iey. were shot. Two Republican presidents. Theodore Roosevelt
find Calvin Coolldge, were reelected after finishing an unexpir unexpired
ed unexpired term. It don't look too good for the elephant ths time any
way you look at It. , Crcde II
, WAIST LINES
rlr: v f -i. (f ,. v I v 1 r
Whv don't they put reducing breads in J he Commissaries.
The white Hollywood -rrread Is 51 calorics per slice, gainst 63 in
other breads. Every bakery and store in the Unite? states car car-fjes
fjes car-fjes different kinds. Also Italian bread.
.. Most people are weight conscious and would appreciate get getting
ting getting it. How about it Mr. Sullivan? Give it a try, we will buy
I wish the Civic Councils would push It, and any other In Interested
terested Interested organizations.
' (Mrs.) Weight Conscious
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by VICTOR RIESEL
s WASHINGTON That versatile
young man Waiter Keuihcr, who
just uie otlicr.day authored a piece
on how wives can keep their hus husbands
bands husbands happy, has somehow found
tiie time io uevote himself to mas-
mg the atom popular.
Having launchea the era of con concern
cern concern over automation, heuther has
oeen quictiy preparing to beat the
arums lor !-"atomation," a word
1 gladly lend-lease him.
heuther is not taking this light-
ij nor snouid the rest of us
'"Alonjation" will have a sharper
impact on jobs, careers,, prohts,
wayes and Home furnishings, too,
A report by a special hard-work
ing government advisory com
mittee on the peaceful uses of Uie
atom will maice this very clear
on or about Jan. 31. There is one
labor man on that committee
and he is, of course; Walter Keu Keu-ther.
ther. Keu-ther. The atom couldn't come up upon
on upon us without Keuther being .: not
Reuther's training and daring
made it inevitable that he would
Become the informed voice of all
American labor on this advisory
committee on the peaceful atom
and the labor spokesman on the
permanent committee soon to be
This inevitability was recognized
by AFL-C10 president George
Meany recently in the unreported
conference. -wiln a government of official
ficial official who wanted labor to name
the one man the While House could
deal with whcnTuture atomic de decisions
cisions decisions are made.
The government was setting up
an eight-man advisory committee.
It lett one spot, open for labor.
It dispatched the official to talk
to Meany and Reuther. The govern government
ment government man said he wanted just
one labor leader, not a staff wor-
Ker, wno would nave tne power
to say yes or no and not have
to go back for permission.
M c a n y said that man was
The advisory 'committee has
been meeting. Last week it dis
cussed atomic power in a session
at Detroit. The members came
into Washington over the week
end to prepare their final report.
Keuther decided to turn in a one one-man
man one-man minority statement.Tfe feels
that the other committeemen have
overlooked important industrial
atomic threats to the safety and
health of the millions of workers
in the industry of the future.
Helping Reuther on the min minority
ority minority report to sound the alarm
are Arti-CIO legislative expert
Andrew Biemiller and the Auto
Workers' Union's Washington man
Both the minority and majority
reports must be carefully -. ex
amined as we catapult into the
atomic era, which will outstrip the
automatic era fast enough.
Ihe public doesn t see it yet.
but the horn-rimmed-spectacled
crowd deep in the union research
rooms do. Within years,v routine
jobs of today will "be revolutionized
by the atom and its thousand
uses. The railroad unions, for ex
ample, are disturbed,
They realize that soon enough
the Casey Jones of the future will
be handling the throttle of a nu nuclear
clear nuclear locomotive. So the Railroad
Brotherhoods are calling the
first joint atomic labor conference.
This they've scheduled for Cle Cleveland
veland Cleveland during the last week-end
in January. They've invited other
unions to come and discuss atom atom-ation",
ation", atom-ation", much in the same frame
of siind as they first went deeply
into the possible effect of automa automation
tion automation on their jobs and work.
There also is a special report,
prepared by Jim Brownlow, head
of the AFL-CIO Metal Trades
Dept., on the number of, plants!
now in atomic energy production
the unions there and the number!
of workers. i
The Butcher Workmens' Union
is concerned too. The meatpack meatpacking
ing meatpacking industry may be changed more
drastically than any other by
Report is that atomically treated
food can be preserved for years
withcut refrigeration or ; special
packing. This will affect produc production
tion production of all sorts of refrigerator
cars and household freezers as
well as even some retail stores.
Other industries will be affected
too. Cigarettes, for example, are
now weighed before being rolled
and are sorted by machines com
bining, nuclear and electronic pnn
ciples which guarantee that every
cigarette has the same number of
puffs to it. .""
That's why Reuther is taking
time out to see that the era of
"atomation" gets the same going
over as the era of automation,
ELIGIBLE Pretly 16-year-old
Hatsuko Kitashirakawa is
being rumored in Tokyo as the
girl who may someday be em-
4 -pre-m nf -Jfapartr Daw? hter-of the
lal'e -Prince Kitashirakawa, a
member of the royal family,
she's considered one oi the most
qualified candidates to be the
brHe of Crown Prinre Airih
WASHINGTON (NEA)- Busi-
ness in the year ahead will level
off. Corporate profits in 1956 may
be no higher than they were in
1955. in the opinion of secretary
of Treasury George M. Humphrey.
This conclusion is based on fed
eral tax collection estimates made
by the treasury in connection with
President Eisenhower's new 65.9-biliion-dollar
budget for the fiscal
year beginning next July 1.
corporation proms rose
from 34 billion in 1954 to 43
billion in 1955. This nine-billion-a-
year increase rate had been ex expected
pected expected to continue in 1956, at least
in part. But Secretary Humphrey
and his experts don't see it that
way now.' ; ;-; ;
"Last vear we had a high volume
of income," he continues. "But
history shows you don't keep go going
ing going up.
"The conservative approach Is
therefore to take profits 'at-the
Humphrey believes that personal
income will rise by the ouiion aot aot-lars
lars aot-lars in spile of the fact that corpor corporate
ate corporate profits may level off. It is ex
plained by two factors. V
One is that amillion new work
ers are coming into the labor force
every year, their -wages add to
Walter Winchell In
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT i
The Brink's slickun almost sur
passed the legendary banditry of
Ali Baba and his faceless asso associates.
ciates. associates. It is hardly controversial
to note that such immortals of the
ignoble profession as Captain Kidd
and Jesse James wouia nave oeen
imoresscd with the efficiency of
the operation. Not to mention the
enormous loot. .During tne past
half-dozen years, the crime paid
generously for those wno uuiizeo
it as a subject for books mag
essays and cinemas. For the crim-
mais involved u pam on m snc.
Clearly, the perverted geniuses
were chumps. They never had an
opportunity to enjoy the Brink's
coin. And their futures are bound bounded
ed bounded by the narrow dimensions of
prison cells. In the end, they robbed
themselves of something beyond
monetary value: Freedom.
- The-Brink's job was precision precision-tooled.
tooled. precision-tooled. Its bold conception and
swift execution rank with Brook
lyn's $427,950 holdup in 1934. .The
entire operation was concentrated
On taking full advantage of 2 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. The armored truck lugging
the loot stopped at the Rubel Ice
Company and opened its doors for
that blink-brief period. It was all
over in 3 minutes. Within 13 min minutes
utes minutes the gang made its successful
getaway. .it required 4 years be before
fore before the law-breakers got their
comeuppance. During that time,
virtually every member of the mob
was jailed for crimes in various
cities, if it's a moral you desire,
one must conclude that a mobster
always acts like one.
The solution, involved a dramatic
climax which might seem cliche cliche-worn
worn cliche-worn to hack fictioneers. One of
the bandits in the case had a
brother who was studying to be a
The flcdeline policeman inter
rogated his mobster-brother for 3
days. The crooK cracxea arm piu piu-vided
vided piu-vided the final dumdeedumdum.
Th mnhstprs in the Brink's case
were welded together for a single
coup. They never operated as a
unit again. Similarly, the gang in
the Rubel heist sput alter one jod.
Dispersal is dictated by survival.
Sinc"imicheoi i. involved they
are unable to trust each other. The
possibility of betrayal makes fear
constant. One of the handicaps
of being a thief is that you must
deal with crooks.
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the total personal Income. The
second factor is that wage in
creases granted last year will eat
into corporate earnings this year,
and so reduce profits. V
Secretary Humphrey says fur
ther that a certain amount of price
competition may be expected in
the year ahead.--'--:-....;...;.,:.
He likens this situation to what
happened in the 1920's. The coun-i
try went through a period of "prof "profitless
itless "profitless prosperity," which he says
was not a bad idea, it was marxea
by a high volume of business, but
by low and attractive prices.
This rather bearish statement
from the government's top finan
cial authority will probably create
more consternation'' in" Congress
than the budget message itself. It
is not what politicians want to
hear in an election year.
But Secretary Humphrey insists
that his estimates are honest. He
says he is not hiding any three or
four billion dollars of anticipated
income from taxes which he can
spring later as a pleasant surprise.
Consequently, he says there
is no room for a, tax cut,
as he sees it now. Further
more, the revenue estimates he
has made are based on extending
the corporate and excise tax in
The more notable stickup art-i
ists are imaginative hoodlums who
strive to anticipate .everything.
Everything, that is, except getting
caught. .Willie Sutton received
heaps of publicity. He was de described
scribed described as a criminal mastermind,
no less. The foregoing description,
on the basis of the record, places
such 'masterminds on the level of
third-rate idiocy. Prior to his cur current
rent current life term, Willie Mastermind
spent one-third of his life behind
bars. This is criminal 'masterminding?-
. .In common with oth other
er other crooks, he never had an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to spend the swag. He
was a lonelv man who dwelled in a
cheap room and seemed almost
grateful when he was nabbed.
Willie's final job was a $64,000
bank holdup. The police made cer certain
tain certain he flunked the Big Query. Pen Penalty:
alty: Penalty: Life imprisonment.
The average stickup, according
to New York's Police Dep't, con
sumes 7 minutes, There are some
i slow-pokes, however. A reporter
i tu- Avlnnpind nffnrt
once aeiauuu me hwibmi"..
and time involved in one suexup
"Th hanrfits set to work in a
second-floor apartment directly
tho rpal-extate offices. First.
with augers, they cut away the
hardwood flooring, then sawed
through a layer of bricks eighteen
Inches thick, covering the steel
wall of the vault. Then they put the
flame of the acetylene- torch on
the brick and mortar ano we sieei.
Tt,. i ft hnls thev cut let tnem
into the general storage vault. Here
the torch wielder cut into the vault
housing satety oeposu am.
rt a s.hmir criminal opera'
tion. The audacious bandits had a
supreme sense of security. They
a von stnnnprt for dinner before
completing their chore.
nanV.rnhherv was a lucrative,
if hazardous, profession for George
Kelly during the early 1930 s. Insi
wife, extremeley ambitious, urged,
him to develop his criminal skill
by engaging in kidnapping. The
victim was Charles F. Urschcl inj
Oklahoma uty. .wnne new
n,; itrsehM was constantly blind
folded. He made a mental note,
however. A plane zoomed over the
house every morning and tvemng.
After, Urschel. was .ransomed, he
informed the FBI about tne pul puling
ing puling planes. .G-men checked and
discovered one airline operating
on that schedule between Ft. Worth
and Amarillo, Texas. Checking thev-
creases now scheduled to expire
on April i.
When the secretary was asked if
He was leaving the door open for
a tax cut later on, he said flatly:
"I am opposed to a tax cut unless
I can see where the money is
coming from to pay for it, and
unless there is a surplus of income
"If we could see a surplus, I'd
be tor a tax cut."
As to the size of the surplus
necessary to justify a tax cut, the
secretary says that a two-and-a
half-billion surplus would be im
portant, and a three-billion surplus
would be significant. The surpluses
now anticipated run from only 200
million this year to 400 million dot
lars next year. ;
On the question of pulling a tax
cut ahead of debt reduction. Sec
retary Humphrey declares that in
general, a tax cut should precede
any large reduction on the na
The big cuts in national debt
will have to wait on a general
reduction in national security
expenditures, which now run 42
billion dollars a year and take
nearly two thirds of the budgeted
times of departure, the G-whlzzers
concluded that the plane might
have passed over a Texas town
named Paradise. Several days lat
er, they learned that the km of a
notorious mobster named George
Kelly were natives of Paradise.
The FBI trailed Kelly through 16
States before they put the hoops
Following his capture, Kelly
raged at his wife: "What a sap
I've let you make out of me. Here
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WASHINGTON It's surprising
nuw sun is oacK u tne Virginia
muuiuains. no automooues, no
factory whistles, no radios, not
even a dog barking. All we could
near was a very faint but-Dut of a
motor down below, which Walter
fcimore, chief reveneue agent for
Southwest Virginia, explained was
operating me moonsnmer s pump,
inside in the old apple-packing
Not a soul was stirring around
tne Darn or anywhere m the val valley,
ley, valley, and in that eerie stillness El Elmore
more Elmore and I descended the moun mountain
tain mountain ridge.
We couldn't hear the other agents
who had gone around to the rear,
but we knew they must be there,
for it was 12:25 noon and only
five minutes before the zero hour,
when we were to close in on the
Suddenly there was a shout. The
advance revenue agents had gohe
into the barn five minutes early
and the moonshiners made a break
out through the rear. They ran
right into the arms of Cecil Kline
and Donald McLean, who had skirt skirted
ed skirted the ridge and come down in
They also almost ran into Bert
Spielvogel and his TV camera. He
slipped, fell, but got a blurred
The two moonshiners were young
mountaineers, Ray Shelton and
Wilson Hall, both of near by Floyd,
Va., not far from Roanoke. I
couldn't help feeling a little sorry
for them, though perhaps I should shouldn't
n't shouldn't admit it. One had just come
out of jail.
I had quite a talk with them,
even interviewed them in front of
the camera. At first they were
reticent, but eventually seemed
rather pleased to talk for televi television.'.
sion.'. television.'. ';.''..''"..
Afterward my wife asked me
if I had offered them a job on our
farm in Maryland. I had to con confess,
fess, confess, that I had.
It was obvious that someone else
had put up the money for their
operation, for about two tons of
sugar was stacked in the barn.
There were also a hundred' or so
five-gallon tin cans and a good
many dozen ope-gallon fruit jars.
No mountaineer can afford that
The still was a big wooden job
with oil drums made into boilers
to supply the steam. Vats full of
mash were fermenting, ready to
be piped in through the still.
Ray Shelton, a man oL few
words, explained the operation.
"It's just rye, sugar, and water,"
he said. "You let it set. Then you
run it through the4 still."
"How long does it take to build
a still like that?" I asked.
"Too long," he said, gazing rue ruefully
fully ruefully at his 600-gallon baby;
To let some light down around
the still for the TV camera. Shel
ton and Hall obligingly took their
axes and hacked down one side
of the barn. After it was over, the
revenue men told them to go home
and rerjort in federal court Mon
day at 10 a.m. My camera crew
drove them back toward their
HONEST MOONSHINERS s
This may sound unusual. But I
learned from Col. Tom Bailey,
chief alcohol tax unit enforcement
officer, that the moonshiner in the
hills of Virginia or the South is a
man of his word.
"Ho uinn't toll vmi much hllf
what he tells you is the truth,"
explained the colonel. "He piays
kind of a game with you. He
knows we won't shoot except in
self protection, so he runs.
"Most of them can run like jack jack-rabbits.
rabbits. jack-rabbits. They run right up the
mountain, and our men have to
be good to catch them. Once I
was chasing a moonshiner and
told him to surrender.
" 'You aint kotched me yet, he
said. Finally I 'kotched' him and
he went on home and turned up
in court at 10 o'clock next morning."
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. The tragedy is that moonshin moonshin-ing.
ing. moonshin-ing. in some cases, has been passed
down from father to son, and in
one or two cases teen-age boys
have been caught operating stills
Another difficulty is that local
federal judges are not inclined to
give heavy sentences. I can under understand
stand understand this; because usually some someone
one someone else is supplying the cash.
However, many sentences hava
been so light that moonshiners
come back again and again.
When I asked moonshiner HaU
if he didn't think he ought to
look for some better trade, he
"I reckon so. Looks like this
isn't gettin me no place."
Moonshining is most heavily con concentrated
centrated concentrated in the Southern states,
with the largest number of stills
in Georgia, Alabama, and North
Carolina. Up around New York
9nii Ndur Turcot i- snni h K.-.
area, but there the trade is carried
on by racketeers, usually with in industrial
dustrial industrial alcohol.
One still was located not far
from Brooklyn Bridge, another on
a barge on the Jersey waterfront.
This northern bootleg liquor is
much more dangerous, and there
have been some cases of severe
poisoning. The Southern white mule
will almost Wow the roof off your
mouth, but its poison content is
likely to be less.
Most of it is sold onfy one or
two days out of the old garden hose
that we saw emptying from the
still into an old washtub. It sells
for about $6 a gallon, and since
costs irom sx to-vz to maxe,
this is fairly profitableThe moon moonshine
shine moonshine we raided was going to be
sold in West Virginia.
You don't hear the hurrahs and
hozannas about Dwight Avis, head
of the alcohol tax unit that you
do about J. Edgar Hoover. But he
and his men do just as efficient
and just as courageous a job..
Many have been killed, many more
wounded. They don't have enough
funds to spend or enough personnel
to operate, which is why the men
on our raid were working about
60 hours a week. Some of them
had been up all. night.
The sun was: setting down over
the mountains w h e n the ATU
agents finished breaking up the
vats and still, knocking holes in
the five-gallon cans and loading'
the cases of fruit Jars into the
moonshiners' confiscated truck.
They had been out in the snow in
10 above zero weather all day.
Greenland, l tnougni, to jnyseu,
was never like this.
Finally we drove back to Roan Roanoke
oke Roanoke and to the airport just in time
to catch a plane to Washington.
I arrived home at 7:15. The British
embassy dinner, my wife was wor worried
ried worried about was at 8:15. I made it.'
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PANACEA'S StRVICES FIRST
Tt'ESDAY, JAMAET 24, 3Z8
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PARIS. Jan. 24 (UP) Moroc- rights as a free nation! it is hieh
to will soon become an indcpend-jly unlikely that the foreign policy
ent nation free of terrorism, a ; will differ substantially from that
Moroccan minister predicted to-of France because of the manv
day. ties between the two countries,"
Minister of State Mohammed Cherakoui explained.
Cherakoui said the Mrtn Aincani for Moroccans,- the minister
protectorate will gam its. new sta-i pointed out, there is only one Mo-
tus in forthcoming talks w 1 1 n rocco-me one delmed in the treaty
French officials. With qmdepen-
dence will come the end of nation nationalist
alist nationalist uprisings against French do domination,
mination, domination, he added.
Cherakoui made his predictions
In an exclusive interview with
United Press. He is one of four
Moroccans here preparing for
talks that will begin after the new
French government takes office.
The minister said his nation
does not intend to ask for Ameri American
can American aid, but will welcome any
private or public capital invest invest-,
, invest-, went "as long as it does not in
any way infringe on Morocco's
He said the United States would
rtave to re-negotiate the rights for
the five strategic bases it now
leases from the French in Moroc Morocco
co Morocco butJie foresees no difficulties
in this respect.
"There appears to be broad ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of the principle of Moroc Moroccan
can Moroccan independence both among the
people and the politicians here,"
he said. . ..
pharsirnni nmnted out that Mo
rocco and France will be bound
by ties of interdependence.
The interdependence will be
mainly economic, military ana
cultural: "where the two countries
Lava jointly consented to work to-
genter tor weir muiui -....v,
the minister said.
Cherakoui said French troops
could remain in Morocco with
standing similar to that of Ameri American
can American forces based : in Europe. Mo Morocco
rocco Morocco would be free to enter al alliances
liances alliances of her own ccord, how however,
ever, however, he added. 4.
"While Morocco will have these
Six Out 01 Seven
Foolsleps Into GM
' GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UP)
-Six of Oliver Butler's sevenons
are following his footsteps at the
diesel equipment division of the
General Motors Corp., here.
Five of Butler' sons are now
employed at the dieseL plant, and
the sixth is on leave while he
aerves in the Navy. ;
Rnfor ei is a machine repair
man at the plant and has been
employed by GM since
eons who work at the plant with
fcim include Edward, 25, a Jon set
ter; Richard, 28. a senior clerk in
the accounting division; Robert, 29,
an electrician; William, 30, ma machine
chine machine operator, and Oliver, Jr., 2i,
an automatic screw machine oper operator.
ator. operator. Thomas, the youngest, was a
grinder operator when he entered
the Navy. Butler's seventh son,
John, 23, is a student at a. business
oi Aigeciras. lhat includes the
Spanish zone and Tangicrs, and
us capital is Rabat, he said.
ine new Morocan government
will be a constitutional monarchy
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Theory Of Turning
GOP Infa Ike Image
Rejecled By Solon
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP) (UP)-Senate
Senate (UP)-Senate Republican Leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland last night re rejected
jected rejected suggestions taht the Repub Republican
lican Republican party must be made over
m President Eisenhower's image.
He said the GOP "is bigger than
the Calofornian said the GOP
could make "no greater mistake"
than "liauidatine the
tlves m its ranks. He expressed
the views on Mltual's "Reporters
hours after his name was entered
in t.hp Anril rifaelWAn:.! : I
Knowland expressed his "tre "tremendous"
mendous" "tremendous" respect for Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and his leadership, an d
predicted he will be renominated
and reelected if he pes run again.
. Republican National Chairman
Lpornar W. Hall repeated today
after a White House tonference
with Mr. Eisenhower that he still
believes the President will sec a
second term "if he feels able."
Hall said the second term ques question
tion question did not come up during the
talk. But he said he sees no rea reason
son reason to revise his recent forecast
that Mr. Eisenhower and Vice
President Richard M.' Nixon a a-gain
gain a-gain will head the GOP ticket next
Knowland made clear he does
not believe the GOP must nomi nominate
nate nominate a carbon coDV of the Presi
dent if Mr. Eisenhower declines
Nwmen interviewing Knowland
remarked that some GOP leaders
have stressed the need lor Van
Eisenhower Republican" to re represent
present represent the party if the Presi-
aeni aocs not maKes the race.
One Day Trip
Volcars, thea to Fiserto Anr.u-"!:, s
for a brief view of the fcr.a-.i
plantations and the town.
The gro'ip will lunch at the Na National
tional National Hotel in David and v:-:t
quete in the alternoon bv car. t'-i-ly
one other such trip has been
A one day plane trip to David
nfannpH fnr i?Z ,'u Feb. 28. Military personnel and
iinrtr th aCni. "r,t I their families should call the Lsi
mian Iravelaire Society. A
mue nignt wiu no mane in a
JWB Armed Forces Services Ont
er. Balboa 1072 for reservations
3 Copa plane, which loaves Tocu-!'1, Clvwans. P!ea cad Balooa
men 'Airport at 7:00 a.m. to F.l
Travel-wise clothes for winter vacations now and summer play
l?)rSi eekJi.,ne2- Lon shlrt le" black-and-white
stripe is trimmed in heavy white fringe and worn with nar-
ww u,-i- pan s a neavy cotton knit. Sheath dress (center)
Siirta friiSfi Bot desiens r from Smartee. Short
lt??A lif, 1" XV s.a.' re worn with turquoise-and-white
striped rotten. top by Kligelman. These are budget fashions.
, V?; w" ne?vy cotton knit. Sheath dress (center) designed for the vounr and th. ciim nVir w TJ
In cotton knit is shown here in black-and-white, washes easily NEA Women's Editor. m By GA1LE ULGA!.
Entered In Illinois
SPRINGFIELD, II!., Jan. 24 -(UP)
Sen. William F." Knowland
has been entered in the Illinois
Republican primary where his del delegates
egates delegates will run against those back
ing President Eisenhower.
It was the first primary in which j
Knowland s name nas been enter
, The Illinois presidential prefer
ence primary, scheduled for April
10, is not binding upon a party's
Mr. Eisenhower's name already
had been placed in the primary
by Gov. William G. Stratton, who
was supported by most top Illinois
btratton acted witn-
Solon Announces Sweeping Review
Of Ike's Military Spending Program
nut cainine the President's con
ui.v .,.v inane me ii;c. j;
One suggested that the President's i However, Mr. Eisenhower
:-v..'-- vV'-..-'.'-' I ::.'.' --: ' ,:
LOS ANGELES (UPV Con Con-cussion
cussion Con-cussion victims may drown in their
own iuiccs, according to research
en the University of California
The research has been done with
tats. 1 When they suffer repeated
blows on the head, it eventually
results in their lungs becoming
filled with fluid in effect, drown drowning
ing drowning the rats.
Adrenalin, which produces an ef effect
fect effect similar to concussion, also has
been used. It was found that when
the spinal cord was severed dur during
ing during such an adrenalin experiment
and respiration was maintained
mechanically, the lungs did not
fill up. 1
Dr. Harold Kade, autopsy sur surgeon
geon surgeon from the Los Angeles County
coroner's office, reported that
many auto accident concussion vic victims
tims victims have fluid filled lungs. He
also noted that if the spinal cord
has been severed in the accident,
lungs generally are free of fluid.
Kade's observations appear to jibe
with experimental results. ;; i
aides have been rying to remaek'has said he 'has -no 'objection- to
1)15 UdlllC iJCillg tmvitu ail
ries although he has not yet de decided
cided decided whether he will run again.
Knwland'S5 name: was entered,
by Mrs.-Ruth Troyak of Chicago.
She and another Chicago woman,
Mrs. Marion Cleveland, are lead leaders
ers leaders of the pro-Knowland movement
in Illinois. They said they had 4, 4,-200
200 4,-200 signatures on their petitions.
Sources close to; Knowland in
Washington said the Senate minor minority
ity minority leader would not object to be being
ing being entered in the Illinois primary.
Knowland has made it clear that
he wants the GOP nomination if
Mr. Eisenhower does not run again.
Former Gov. Adlai E.-Steven-son,
who already has filed for the
March Minnesota primary, prob probably
ably probably will be the only contestant
in the Illinois Democratic prima primary
ry primary race. He also intends to enter
primaries in California, Florida
Calf Bone Makes
the party "in his image.
Knowland said the Republican
party existed before Mr. Eisen-
nower s election and will go on
existing after the President has
gone.'-:;. '- .' -,
One newsman commented that
Republican Gov. Fred Hall of
Kansas has stated that Knowland
does not shape up as the sort of
progressive moderate the party
would need to replace the Presi
dent as a candidate
Knowland replied that he does
not believe the GOP should ''red
out" its members on such
grounds, or because their views
do not agree with Hall's.
"I'm not in favor of liquidating
the conservatives of Republican
party," Knowland said, "the par party
ty party could make no greate mis mistake.
take. mistake. V
The senator also reiterated his
hope that Mr.' Elscnhowerwill dis disclose
close disclose his future plans before Feb.
15. He said he does not believe Mr.
Eisenhower "will attempt to hand hand-pick"
pick" hand-pick" the GOP candidate if h e
does not run
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP) (UP)-Rep.
Rep. (UP)-Rep. George Mahon. warning that
Russia may lead in the race to
develop an intercontinental mis missile,
sile, missile, today announced a sweeping
review of President Eisenhower's
military spending plans.
The Texas Democrat, who heads
the House Military Appropriations
subcommittee, said the group will
open three months of hearings to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow on the President's new
$35.5 billion military budget.
He said the subcommittee plans
to take a look "at the Defense De Department's
partment's Department's 'new look' and make
sure we arc on the right track."
One of its prime aims, he said,
"will be to expedite the missile
program." -;. :
"I think we must face up to the
possibility," Mahon said, "that
Russia may be ahead of the United
States in the field of guided mis missiles
siles missiles and in', the race for the de development
velopment development of the inter-continental
Mahon said "recent technical
breakthroughs made by our armed
forces and scientists have im
proved the missile program and
enhanced the possibility of mak making
ing making the intercontinental ballistics
missile ICBM a reality."
The, ICBM sometimes is called
thg ultimate weapon because there
is no known defense against i.
The chief executive's new mili military
tary military budget, which called for a $1
billion increase in overall defense
spending, provided for a record
guided missiles program one-third
larger than in the Current fiscal
'Open Sky' Plan
To Be Pushed 1
Before UN Group
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.
Jan. 24 tUP The United States
said it would make another ef effort
fort effort today to win United Na Nations
tions Nations acceptance of the Eisen Eisen-hower
hower Eisen-hower "open sky" inspection
plan arms despite Soviet ob objections.
jections. objections. Soviet Premier Nikolai Bui.
ganin has indicated outright
rejection of the plan, but an
American delegation source said
the United States would take
advantage of today's meeting of
the U. N. Disarmament Commls Commls-f
f Commls-f on to "focus further attention"
CERVECERIA NACI0NAL, S. A
(NATIONAL DREWERY INC)
We wish lo remind you that the regular
General Assembly of Stockholders will be
held in the 3Iain Office of the Company,
Eloy Alfaro Avenue No. 77, Panama Gty, -on
Monday January 30lh, 1936 at 7 p.m. ,,;
In accordance with the By-Laws of pur
Company this meeting can not be held un-
less one-half plus one of the total number".
of stockholders are present or represented
by proxy, and at least one-half of the capi-
. tal stock is represented.
Stockholders, who are unable to attend
this meetins'SIIOULD FORWARD f IIEIR
PROXIES iii due time,
"If Russia is leading in the mis missile
sile missile field," he said, "it certainly is
not ine place where we can afford;on the Eisenhower plan
. pmjr ocvuiiu iiuuiy u we are 10
make the greatest possible contri contribution
bution contribution toward the objective of de
terring soviet aggression."
He said the subcommittee will
hear Defense Secretary Charlos V.
Wilson for two days and then take
testimony from -other defense wit
nesses, including the three service
secretaries and Adm. Arthur W.
Radford, chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff.
To Phone Booth
ST. PAUL niPV--. Pnli
nurried to the scene when Mrs.
Frances Bahr called and said she
found a wild animal in an outside
telephone booth in St. Paul.
When officers approached the
booth, thpy were confronted with a
snarling brush wolf or coyote.
However, on further examination
the officers found the wolf was
dead, rigor-mortised into a stand standing
ing standing position and left in the booth,
apparently by a prankster.
CD Chief Urges Congress To Come Up
With Practical Flood Insurance Plan
SP..ong the proposed soiutions'is
civil ueiense Administrator Vai
Peterson called upon Congress to today
day today to "throw a challenge" at the
insurance industry to come up with
some practical flood insurance
In testimony before the House
Banking i Currency Committee,
Peterson conceded that the prob
lem oi wonting oui a plan tor in
the recommendation of President
Eisenhower that, individuals hp
empowered to obtain up to $250. $250.-000
000 $250.-000 flood protection under an ar
rangement wnereby they would
pay 60 per cent of the premium,
thj-state government 20 per cent.
ana uie iederal government the
remaining zu per cent.
Peterson, who has been making
investigations nf flnrvH Inl.n.
" nrr-e5.ainSt fid dmage is ?ndorsed n -specific proposal. lut
ne sain ne won ri an a nnn ...;iu
mr. .isennower s idea that
will sing for
"It would take a tremendous
mount of ingenuity to work this
out, but I think we can do it,"
"There should be enough in ingenuity
genuity ingenuity in this country in the in
surance industry and in the gov government
ernment government to find a solution to this
problem." he said.
The committee is considering
scores of bills to establish some
form of government supported
flood insurance. The measures
were prompted by last summer's
floods in the Northeast and the
recent floods on the West Coast
rnvaie insurance firms have
insurance industry be given, the
primary responsibility, with the
government assisting to the extent
. He' said he was thinkinc in firm0
jof a "one package deal" which
wouia pnviae insurance not only
against floods, but also tornadoes
tidal waves and other natural'
Peterson rejected the conclusion
of a- recent industry study that
the premiums on flood insurance
would have to be so high that any
practical plan would be imoossihi
He said that the study was not
tftl ,hat .tney cannot. iwanccltfconslusivfiJlHo aid Ui .SdLSv.
t,ich n..omi.,m K....; :v",r. 'l?,'.'."ru '"",."'e l".dl Jusi necause
, r....u,,, hw ui me. rnis proDiem
CHICAGO (UP)- Calf bone Is
being used successfully as a new
surgical bone-grafting material,
Northwestern University doctors
Th doctors reported In the
quarterly bulletin of Northwestern
University Medical acnooi wai me
grafting has been performed on 12
patients over a six-montn penoa.
It was Carried OUt oy -uieinueia ui
the orthopedic surgery department
of Northwestern and by staff mem members
bers members at Wesley .Memorial Hospital.
Tho hieeest advantage of calf
bone over human bone, the doctors Health-building BISCUIT
limited quantities, is very inexpen- U the big plus in
S1Trs. William b7 Fischer, cKnlcal, Via-R.ch Diet
assistant m orthoped c surgery, : pwch'g -minff diet of Bird'':
and Irvin, Clayton, resident in post-rencn s amazing aiec oi mm
n,,ntA training, said the bone is i Seed ana Biscuit is just what vour
taken from calves weighing about j t needg to k healthy, happy
300 pounds ano piaceu m i . ; ,
plasma solution. -singing! Here is a completely
To insure against contamination, Jancec( food rich1 in protein,
SSUS'S then Sw'dom m' waled vitamins and minerals. This
in a bottle and refrigerated for atj means faster, healthier growth
least five ano one-nan m.
The doctors wrote that the calf
bone "serves as excellent passive
scaffolding for rapid new bone
erowth." The patient s own bone
cells are believed to form new
crystals of bone tissue around the
calf bone, the doctors said, and
the calf bone ,ia slowly replaced
by the new bone tissue until heal
ing is compile.
The President's proposal, put'
forward at last July's Geneva
"Summit Meeting;," calls for an
American-Soviet exchange of
military blueprints with each
country havinsr the right of
ui ine ocner's territory. r
Military bases abroad would
oe excluded and would not
eiuer suDsequent stages of the
plan witheut the consent of the
tuuuixies in wnose territory the
bases are located. It was hoped
the plan eventually would be
broadened to include : other
The plan won formal support
only from Canal. .-
Britain and France expressed
eeneral approval, but did not
formally subscribe to the idea.
Russia parried efforts to learn
its attitude until Bulganin in indicated
dicated indicated rejection of the Idea
several weeks ago.
LONDON, Jan. 24 (UP) Hun Hungary
gary Hungary has joined a communist-satellite
drive to lure back nationals
living abroad, radio Budapest in-i
dicafed today. I
A broadcast of Hunuarlan new i
agency dispatch monitored here'
said the Hungarian interior minis-
try on Jan.. 11 decreed that the
government would "help" Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian passports.
The passports, the broadcast'
said, would aid them "to travel in
foreign lands and..."eo,ually allow
them to return to the territory of
the popuoar Republic of Hunga Hungary."
ry." Hungary." -'
VSjilfM 1 Jshopirnhh
Nss '. circular saw
Through the courtesy of SHOP SMITH Manu Manufacturers,
facturers, Manufacturers, Mr. Edward Young, Factory Expert in
.Woodwork Art will be in Panama, to make expert
demonstrations in the use of SHOP SMITH and Ac-
SHOP SMITH SCHOOL STARTS i
Monday, Jan. 3f Thru .Friday.
Location;:To be announced shortly.
mis proDiem is touch" that
doesn t mean it cannot be solved.
Fuel Tank Of Jet
Exnlodes In Yard
COLUMRUS, Ohio Jan. 24
(UP) A fuel-tank from an Air
Force F100C jet fighter dropped
Into a backyard of a home here
yesteroay and exploded.
The blast tore a 12-foot crater,
but no one was inlured.
A spokesman i for the North
American Aviation Co.. said the
nlane was on a pre-deMverv
f liffhUXb Jet Janried safclv,
The tfnk droDDed in the back backyard
yard backyard of the home of Mr. and
Mrs. James W. Rushis.
fp Charlie Chirp
I to' A'
The public in- general, Cabinet Makers
Woodwork Hobbymen in particular, are very cordiall?
invited to attend these demonstrations, and to ask!
any questions in the use of SHOP SMITH and pro production
duction production of any WOODWORK ART. i
AUTOS 0MPHR0Y, S. L
Phones 3-5381 and 3-5382
38 Ave. Francisco de la Ossa (Automobile. Row)"?
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TOT PA.NA.Ui AMERICAN AN
Tn Record Shop: Lillian Rath,
who is ruling to new fame on her
new lield record. Tha 'JU Cry
Tomorrow" girl has a fine album
o.it on Epic called, surprisingly,
'TH Cry Tomorrow." And this ts
oiiiy tiiu beginning.
"I'm going to make some tin tin-ClC'S."
ClC'S." tin-ClC'S." Lillian says. 1 want to get
"""in on this rock and roll stuff. And
... t!'y want me to make another
' al.Kiin. a collection of show tunes.
J.Ui't first I think they'll release
s:th singles from the current!
Lillian hopes records will help;
hf load "a more normal life.";
' V. irt it abnormal tiet days l$l
t hir cntant traveling, playing;
' nnhielubt from coast to coast,
f "We have a home in Fort I.ati-
I. clmi.nr, i'tn.," she says, "but I've;
" Oit'y "spent two weeks there in the j
, last two years. I've just finished;
2W weeks of almost solid nightclub
' appearances, it seems like I've
. lic't traveling forever."
!. "she wants to buy a house in
Connecticut and spend more time
in the New York area making
j records and maybe a Broadway
!, show next season. 7
Sh ka nlam for th extra tim
4 she'll have, if the dream comes
true. Her main interest, outside
of her- white chihuahua, white j
i Pekingese and white poodle, is!
metaphysics. She hopes to devote
J considerable time to studying this
! "i have premonitions." she says,
( "and other' manifestations of
i thought transference. I want toi
; leaf ii all I can about metaphysics."
I sal singer with premonitions
i niht raise hob with the record
' industry, which is presently built
i on the theory that nobody knows
I" Short Playing: Frankie Laine is
rerordmc 12 of his own lyrics in a
J hew album called "On the Tip of
E My Tongue. . tab Calloway's
ci;,'ht-year-old daughter, Lacl,
makes her recording debut-with
her father on a new ABC-Paramo
t record called 'The Little Child."
J .. . TV announcer Nelson Case
t has such a tremendous collection
' of 'jazz records that record com-
paiiies, compiling albums of old-
time jazz, often do their researcn
f in his library . A new record
I pcronalilv may be Bert Parks,
I the MC of TV's "Break the Bank."
' He's rut two sides for ABC-Para-
i mount i Bill Haley's "Rock
Around the Clock is now numner
" one on the Australian hit parade.
The kangaroos are jumping.
- A bright -hew' star is Dorothy
. Olsen, whose" KCA record of "The
Little Whito Duck'! is one of the
cutest in Jong time. She got her
Kiarf srraneelv. because she
doesn't own a TV set. follow this
ore closely ;
1 Dorothy Is a White Plains, N. Y.,
I sc.'ioolteacher. Her husband if a
commercial fisherman. With no TV
: set, they sought their evening fun
Un going to TV programs in New
.'ork. And Dorothy got on one,
' Name That Tune." While a eon eon-i'
i' eon-i' t.tn ha sana "The Little
E White Duck" and RCA heard heri
. and signed her up.
She is no amateur. She'd studied
classical voice, but gave it up to
I teach. And she's quite a jaw sing
t or, oflen going to Greenwich Ail Ails'
s' Ails' iHge and singing jazz and the blues
bin the small village clubs.
But don't let the kids in her
fourth grade class know about that.
Dick's Picks: Diahann Carroll
debuts on KCA with a fine now
song. "I Went to the Village." Oth Others:
ers: Others: "Faithful and True" (Betty
Madigan, .MUM); "Seven
(The Crewcuts, Mercury);
doo'' (The Commodores,
"Ma Petite" (Lola Dee,
"Temptation" (Catarina Valente,
Decca); "I Love a Mystery
(Margaret Whiting, Capitol);
"Theme from 'Three Penny
Opera'" (Richard Hayman and
Jan August, Mercury); "Little Mis Mis-takcs"(
takcs"( Mis-takcs"( Carol Richards, RCA).
Odds and ends on new pop al
bums Rodgers and Hammerstein's
Pipe Dream, not so good as a
stage play, seems better in the
straight musical album on RCA;
the (treat comedian, Stanley Hollo Hollo-way,
way, Hollo-way, tells the story of the Rams-
bottoras, plus other material, on a
new Angei record; 12 riitterent ver versions
sions versions of "Lullaby of Birdland,"
from Barbara Carroll to Charlie
Barnet, on a new KCA album;
Some ol tne more laminar classi classical
cal classical pieces in fine new versions:
Munch and the Boston Symphony
(RCA) Play Beethoven's Symphony
No. 5 and Schubert's Symphony
No. 8 ("Unfinished"); Geia Anda,
Angel's pianist; plays Liszt's Piano
(RCA) ply Chopin's Les Sylphides
Concerto No. 1 and Hungarian nan
tasy; Fiedler and thj Boston Pops
and Johann Strauss, Jr.'s, Gradu
Charlie McCarthy ("Edgar Ber
een Hour." CBS-Radio): The boy
across the street from us got quite
a present, a Home Atom Bomb
kit. On the box it said, "Be the
first one on your block to rule the
Used To Teach
DAYTON, Ohio (UP) Load Loaded
ed Loaded dice are teaching a new kind of
lesson here quality control in
manufacturing at a rubber plant.
The galloping cubes are visual
nifls iifipd riv Anfhnnv Ornfffian.
quality control manager (for Day Dayton
ton Dayton Rubber Co. here), who has
fnraman nnri cnnprvisnrs throw A
pair of "honest"' dice to determine
how often a seven is nicely to
appear Then he secretly substi substitutes
tutes substitutes a Hair that cannot Toll out a
seven. When some one finally in
quires if there are any sevens on
the phony dice, Grogean gets to
Al 1 4 ...it.
ujb mm hi, tu wit. j
When' a production problemt
arises, stop ana determine me
cause at once then correct it,
A nr7T f
When success goes to a guy's f
head it's because of all the empty I
, space up there for it to move into. I
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all rusty over tne. winter;
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Of Cuncnt Good Buys
lit c ri!
I inspector epproached.
j The tc-nnmny a sixpti by a j;
H'omir.unicatson. Commission 'no
' iis'.ened in
an J-1 C Ik t'rc to opfra'e it. i
i Jr,.i i., r.., .,- I A brothers could han.r.o t- f-:
icatson. Commission who f f ,.,.. v ',.
in on t'''e Sacden's radio-1 A i i
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WASHINGTON". Jan. 24 UP) collar'' u-nrkrrx at tdvprnmunt he.p.
'The Supreme Court agreed es-; shipyards and arsenals should t;e,,re ls ",:
jtfrday to settle the question of;hae received extra pay for hoii- rpP,or,er
iw'neilier the federal ban on tt!e-:iiav m-L- Mnr tiian Tii mm u.-l-.. Bruce
! Phone wiretap evidence also ap-leri already hae filed back-par topraphcr.
iphes to information obtained fromjclaime The test ea-.e was hiwhV Julln ,ls nii:l1
Bruce is a Boston Record i-.
t editor of
Frank is a Boston
Frank's son. Joe, is a
a two-way radio cnannctl. hv Alfred C Resli a Portsmouth i
i The novel case involves an elec-lv'a hinvsnni u-i.ir
I tronic-minded couple. .Mr. and! 2'. Ruled 5 to 4 that the courts: refor,terc
Mrs. Koiiert v II. MiJden of.cannot substitute their oti judg- A w 1"", l"Tr
Yuma. Aru.. who' set up a two- mpnt for Ulat of concrcs in de- Bos,on Travt'lpr "Porter.
way radio to communicate with-cidin whether land taken for a!
.emplojes on their farm. (federal project should be paid for, must trim a $1,257,033 award to
- under the formula for power pro- the Twin City Power Co. of South
1 They were accused of violating jjects or the somewhat lower scale Carolina for land taken for thfi
j a federal immigration law by em-for flood contml projects. The de- Mark Hill Dam on the Savannah
jploying Mexican '-wetback-' labor cision means Mt lower courts River.
pre fliifi ncincr ho raHin in final
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Visil To UJARCARIB
PINEAPPLE JUICE bastint and tarnish of pineapple and cherries
make nam steak somethinc to cheer about.
By GAYNOR MAODOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
U.S. Army Caribbean School
officials greeted an alumnus of
the 1949 graduating class re recently
cently recently on his return to FtutGu FtutGu-lick'for
lick'for FtutGu-lick'for a two day official vLsit
Lt. Luis Aguilar Gonzalez, a
member of the Honduran Armv.
)lespoon dark brown sugar, '4 traveled to Fort Gulick to ob--easpoon
curry powder, 1'cup pine-t tiln background material for'a
ipple juice, l tablespoon lemoa Proposed traffic control system
iuice.. l to 2 tablespoons grated;1" Ws home country. Lieutenant
lemon peel. t (Gonzalez was among the first
Mix cornstarch, brown sugar! 8ruP Latin American .stu .stu-and
and .stu-and curry powder-ina saucepan dents to be graduated from the
Gradually stir in pineapple juice. jUSARCARIB School In 1949.
When blended addJemo- juice and' A new assignment, Army Hal Hal-lemon
lemon Hal-lemon peel. Stir and simmer over; sn officer to the country's cl cl-Iow
Iow cl-Iow heat for 5 minutes or until ilian police force, reauired the
MR AND MRS WILLIAM R. CARLIN JR. shown walking down the aisle after their wedding
at St. Mary's Church, Saturday.
CARLIX-DORGAN WEDDING HELD ...
SATURDAY AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH
1 Jeannine Marie Dorgan, daughter of JVIr. and Mrs. WillUm
James Dorgan of A neon was married to Mr. William R. Cariin
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William' R. Cariin of Curundu at St.
Mary's Church, llalboa, Saturday.
Father Paul Loevan officiated at the ceremony,
Ham and other smoked pork cut
are sharing the economy spotlighl
with fresh pork these days at meat
counters. Record supplies of ali
types of pork cuts on the market
make even the prized center slice
of ham a good buy.
For baking, select a 2-inch center
cut slice of either the cook-before-e'ating
or the fUlly cooked style of
ham. Cut slashes in the fat edge
of ham and inset cloves. Place the
ham slice in a deep pan or cas casserole
serole casserole and bake in a moderate
oven (350 degrees F.). Try pouring
pineapple juice or a tangy lemon
ham sauce over the ham during
; WANT HUSBAND TROt'TH F
.hi. w..in o iv. iu HKRVS iicv uiv .ft. .iP'ice ouicer coinerreo
eating ham will require approxi-1 A5.Y WAY TO OtT IT ; Col .John J. Davis, School
maieiy i nouis, ine iuuy tuuieu
style needs only a short baking
ltd heat through.
clear and thickened. Sm-ead sauce
over nam slices during last 5 or
Honduran officer to visit Fort
Gulick's Latin American School
10 minutes of broiling or baking. to obtain reference material for
uis new position. He. in cooper cooperation
ation cooperation with his civilian count counterparts,
erparts, counterparts, are establishing a traf traffic
fic traffic control training program in
At Fort Gulick. the mllitarv
police officer conferred with
Tha wife' w. i. I mandant; Lt.. Col: Prank E.Fav.
lh wife who begins to put herirpau B.sSiSfar,t enmmnTua,t.
The bride, who was given away
by her father, wore a ballerina
length gown of Chantilly lace and
nylon tullf, 'with scalloped lace
bertha Volar,' trimmed with pail pail-e'.tes
e'.tes pail-e'.tes lt had a basque waist,
with a, ace pcplum over nylon tul tulle.
le. tulle. Her lace mitts were elbow
length, and a fingertip ved of d d-lusioft
lusioft d-lusioft was held in place" by a
rhiocslone and pearl studded core core-net.
net. core-net. She carried bouquet of t as as-cDding
cDding as-cDding sardenias. . : f ..
naid ot honor Miss hrnauci'
which are so well known in Pana-1 The ham slices may also be
ma, and Mrs. Krikl has hung one i broded. For tins, 1-inch thick slices
ot her oil paintings to complete are preferred. Tue cook-before-eat-the
exhibition. : iig style .will require approximate
ly 10 minutes on each side, and
I Arranged in cooperation w i t hithe fully cooked slice will take 5
; the Canal Zone Art League, ihei minutes on each side. For both
children ahead of her husband u'."ianL c'ai
iiKt niain 3 "u wuBrs ana eimsisu per-
trouble 8 husband;sonneli n the School's Military
During the course of his stay,
a series or train
No matter how much w"lul?
. '.". .""V ."1UMM tuiu men i HO rorennn.l .,n.ri..l4 tn
I v.mi i. luunii'-i iA;tiiviii.iu in
song who h
serve on the Rainbow Advisory 1 28th
Board for the coming year will
also be installed -at this time..
AH'parents and friends are most
cordially invited to attend. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served in the ban banquet
quet banquet hall following the installation
Piano Recital To Benefit
March of Dimes
The monthly concert at, the
..vniKit i.;il ..ir, ot ilm TUR I ft irlco oluch tho fat prlac and hroi ini
Stars and Master 'Ma-.Gallery at the USO-JWB Armed 3 ; inches from the hea sourc j aecitie that she hasnt the time; traffic control.
have been appointed to I forces service center until jan. a prencaiea Droier accoiuiiig io ic j. mhos uer USARCARIB School crests
A rnrHial invitation fa PXtcnHM
t.A.nll trt ollnnrl ihn ovhihit Thil I
VU W HltV 1IU MIV V- k i y V
(directions -of the range manufac-
Tnu th. ti,io ..j a.;. .!.... symwi oi aienaaxice at rort
mn n Gulick. were presented to Lieu-
witii.t tn ,;Zr-tenant Gonzalez by Col. Davis
0 10:00 p.m. daily.
.'i he m
.le' ilo Carty and the Matron of
honor Airs. Susan Boles wore dres-1 l.iso.JWR Armed Forces Service
ses identical in design but dif- Center will present a March of
fewnt in color. Miss Mc Carty'sj Dimes benefit piano recital on
cress was pastel pink with a tinge on this nroeram. are three ac-
of orchid, aqd Mrs. Bolea' a pastel Monday, at 8:15 p.m. Appearing
-yellow. The former 'carried a tcompli'siied artists who are inemb inemb-nosegay
nosegay inemb-nosegay of pink carnations and'the 'ers of the Armed Forces in the
latter tarried baby orchids.. j Canal' Zone SP3 Dale' Brooks of
'the mother of the. bride worej, Fort. Amador, A-3C Robert C.
a moss-green voile dress embroid-l Jaele of Albrook Air Force Base
ercd with white.. Her corsage was! and SP3 Ben Whitlen of Fort Clay Clay-of
of Clay-of red rosebuds. The bridegroom's ton.
mother wore a periwinkle blue cot-
tpn lace and crepe dress, and i i,WC To Hold Picnic
carried a baby orchid corsage. 1 At Fort San Lorenzo
'ihe. best man was Mr. James I, Today was the deadline for
A.- Cariin, the groom's brother, .members of the Inter American
and the ushers were Mr. Charles j women's Club to make reserva reserva-Mc
Mc reserva-Mc Glade and Mr. Hugh Smith, itions for the picnic at Fort San
The bride attended Balboa High j Lorenzo, which will take place
School 'and the Canal Zone Junior Thursday. There will "be a guid guid-Collcge,
Collcge, guid-Collcge, and, is- employed as a cd tour of the fort, r and a visit to
secretary by the US Army at the Jungle Warfare center. The
J'ort Amador. t" group will start at the Tivoli Guest
. The groom, a graduate of Balboa j House at 8:30 a.m.
High School and the Panama Can- i
al Apprentice School, is employed ; llall and Frrewcir loiiee
with the tilcctncal Division ot tne
Panama Jl'anal Company. 1
The reception was held at the
Elk's Club 'in Balboa, nd the
couple left shortly afterwards for
a i.oneymoon in Costa Rica.
1 hey 'Will return Monday evening
Jan, 30 and make their home at
O5!)0- G Bayano 'Street, Ancon.
in serv na me nam snce, aimosu "."i v -u iu wncmer or u,.i0, t,., i v,r.,..
JWB Gallerv is onen from 9:00 a.m. anv fruit makes a gala garnish 'not it is an evening when the' l"UI"
" . niflfl All' HA lin. I! 1 L .. I llll4i d U1J IX,
Pai'licularty coiortui is a garnisa ;'" miiuc mis ureu ana j .
lofm arashino cherries .ana. pme- 'w.,"' lf peace una quiet,
apple cube, strung kbob iashion' J? sjde with the children when nrAaa!rn Tft t?n!1ft
Ion a.foud pick.. Prepare onougb to lhr father puts his foot down.;rlUul IU 1131101
I add to each serving of ham
Visitors Entertained f
Mrs. J. Finley Median entertain
ed with coffee for Mrs. Robert
Weise Sr. at her home in Margari Margarita,
ta, Margarita, Mrs. Weise Sr., is visiting her
son and daughter in Taw US Cotv
s-,t in Colon and Mrs.. Robert
Weise. 'Florida, and
4t Aihrnnk Officers' Club
Departing 'and incoming memb members
ers members of the Albrook Officers 'Wives'
Club were honored at the monthly-Hall
and Farewell" coffee Fri Friday
day Friday morning, in the Officers' Club
lounge. Each of ihe honorees was
presented an orchid corsage and
introdured to the group of about
75 ladies who were present,
Farewells were said to Margaret
Simmons who is departing for the
Stales New members vvelcomcd
inii,H Martha Hartman, from
Greenville, South Carolina, and
wife of Major Ernest R. Hartman
of Gorgas Hospital Patty Rem Remington,
ington, Remington, from West Palm Beach
Florida. 7 and -wife of Lt. Donald
buests included Mesdames R. HYi paminntnn of the Air Rescue Squad
Emerick, B. I. Everson, J. L.ITon Alice Marie Farrell, from
tiugar, N.R. Fuller, T C. Robert- King George, Virginia, and wife
son, H. G. Tryncr, L'. F. Donohue, o Lt Robert 4 Farrell of the Air
It. Weise Jr. W. T Clute, and W. installation Office at Albrook and
If, Wynne, Mrs. Veib Sr. Marlene-KotsOf -from ; -Da yA O. tV
presented with a silver souvenir
eroon of Panama.
Luncheon For Visitors
Dr. and Mrs. Luis Carlos Ale Ale-man
man Ale-man gave a luncheon at their home
yesterday in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Araujo, who are visiting here
from) Cartagena, Colombia.
Ohio, who is visiting per nusriaiiu,
Lt Joseph Kotso, Personnel Serv Services
ices Services Officer, Albrook.
Visitors greeted include Mrs.
Lynn Chalmers, guest of Irene De
Valle, Mrs. Pellitier, guest jnd
mother of Barer, BelU and Mrs.
Hawkins, guest and mother of Ma Mary
ry Mary Frances Galbraith.
The coffee was unusual and love love-lv
lv love-lv in that the chairman, Lois Keefe,
I featured three Panamanian recipes
using me iui;i--"";o
ine utensils necessary for their
preparation for decorative purpos purposes
es purposes The coffee table held a center centerpiece
piece centerpiece of driftwood adorned with
various kitchen items. Kitty Rhod Rhodes
es Rhodes Chic Behan, ; Evelyn Meyer,
and Sally Gallagher did the hon honors
ors honors at the coffee and tea services.
Bonnie Smith assisted the chair chairman
man chairman with the party.
Mr. and Mrs. Antoun
Here From New York
. .1 II. A A nlAl.H
ivu. auu Mia. rticA niuuuu nave-
arrived on a brief visit from New
York. They are staying at the
Hotel El Panama. Mr. Antoun is
an' exporter and purchasing agent
for Antoun Bros. Broadway.
Cristobal Rainbow "Assembly
1o Have Open Installation
Miss Donna Jeanne Humphrey
will be installed Worthy Advisor
ot Cristobal Assembly No. 2. Ord Order
er Order of the Rainbow for Girls at an.
open installation of officers to be
held Thursday evening, January
28 at 7:30 .p.m., at, the Cristobal
Masonic Temple. j
Miss Madelon Garrett, who is!
completins her term as Worthy;
Advisor, will be the installing of-Jcallery.- Sir. Eduardo Krikl has
Currently on display at atne
iwa r.aiierv is an exhibition by
f.the Krikl family of Panama which
features the worK oi me sun,
teban who was winner of 2 cris crises
es crises at the 1955 American Art Week
Show at .tne noiei uvon uuie
tat-h outlet lot lnclt.liin In thti
cnlurnn should tnhmilltd In typ typ-wnlltn
wnlltn typ-wnlltn form and mulled to one of
Hit Dux numbn listed ani) In "ba "bacilli
cilli "bacilli (lid Uliieruvr," or iltl'4 isrcd
by band In ihe ulllce. NotkM
meting cannot be accepted ny telt telt-pbooft
pbooft telt-pbooft t
To Hold Meeting
An Executive Committee meet meeting
ing meeting of the United States Citizens'
Absociaioa will be held this eve evening
ning evening et 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Anurew uiea'kley, quarters JNo.
8017-B, Margarita. .
Among the items to be discus discussed
sed discussed be: (1) Bills currently under
consideration by Congress which
affect Canal Zone employes (2)
Status -of the penamg Income tax
suit (3) Election :of USCA deleg delegates'
ates' delegates' which will be determined by
' Leman Ham Sauce
(Yield; 4 servings)
To be more interested in the
cidldren's activities than in her
I To let the children do thincrs
k-j- (ik.. j: t 0
j uicu iauici uindfruves ui uecause 1M I AlAM Lnh ih
fine tablesooon 'cornslarch. 1 ta-sh decides that he is too strict III VUIUII IVMi LI
Iui jw.i uni-aii iiuiiri sidiiu1 mini uiai
the children mist be kept happy
i a at Icost,
Operating Engineers :
Tonight at 7 p.m. the Operating
Engineers, Locals No. 595 & 595-B
will hold tncir. regular monthly
meeting in the lodge room of the
Balboa Knights of Columbus Club.
Members are urged to cordial cordially
ly cordially invite all prospective members
to join us in refreshment after our
Atlantic side members (or guests)
are reminded to contact the sec secretary
retary secretary at 5-318 for transporation
for the evening.
A cultural program In honor of
President Ricardo Arias Espinosa
msl his unfa Inno fllrr Artnii An
More Interested In Children Than;Arias wm be held Feb. 24 at Club
,,im Tropical, Colon. i
, TIia ni'Arnm tc hninit ftri-unUAft
To see how important it is for; by Comite Civico Cultural de Co Co-the
the Co-the ,kids to have the, things they lion, a recently-formed civic group
want bul not to be able to see comprised of some of 'the leading
uiai niajue ne man who pays me ; community figures
r n -n.
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President Arias has already ac
cepted the offer to be honor honor-guest.
guest. honor-guest. He was formally advised by
the commitee, which visited him
at the presidencia last Monday.
The organizing committee was
extended a cordial welcome by
If you receive a telephone call
make if as brief as possible, it tions about the children's upbnng-
isn't polite to leave a guest sn "'-
Dies In Tel Aviv
Mrs. Fanny Mogulskl dc Engcl
died in Tel Aviv Israel, after a
lingering illness. She was a long longtime
time longtime resident of Panama, and serv services
ices services will be held for her Friday
evening at the Beneficencia Israe Israe-llta.
llta. Israe-llta. She is survived by her husband,
Max, a son Manfred Engel of Pa Panama
nama Panama City-and a grandson Roger.
She recently left Panama to
make her home, in Israel.
Dispute Over Name
CHICAGO (UP)- A long-distance
moving firm reports that a
driver who tested a safety belt on
6,300 miles of cross-country driving
gave lt his approval as a help in
Allied Van Lines, Inc., gave Ger Gerald
ald Gerald L. Byerly, Omaha, Neb., one
of its drivers, a specially equipped
truck to test the belt and other
Byerly Reported lo bis company
that the airline-type safety belt he
used was comfortable, relieved
driver fatigue by helping him sit
correctly and by absorbing vibra
tion and contributed to his feeling
ting alone while you carry on a
long tetepnone visit.
You can always say, "I have
a visitor now. Can I call you
back later when we; will have
time for a long talk?
displayed his hand painted tiles 0f safety in case of a mishap!
this MEDICATED way!
No unmedicated powder can re relieve
lieve relieve your baby's Diaper Rash.
Diaper Chafe, Urine Scald and
Prickly Heat Rash at Ammens
For Ammens. Is specially medi medicated
cated medicated to soothe, protect and help
heal irritated skin. Absorbs mois moisture
ture moisture wonderfully and is so soff.
it promotes healing by cushioning
baby's chafed skin against further
irritation. Get Ammens Medicated
FREE Try Ammens at our ex expense!
pense! expense! For trial sire can absolutely
free, send a postcard with .your
fi a me and address to Dept. GK,
Bristol-Myers Co., Hillside, N. J.
Offer 'expires Dec. 31, 1955 J
bills really can't afford to indulge
tneir every wish.
To help the children keep secrets
from Dad because he "wouldn't
To worry out loud about the chil
dren every time she and her hus-jthe chief magistrate of the nation
oana leave mem. ; who expressed his appreciation
To be more concerned about the for the warm gesture. The corn corn-health
health corn-health of her children than- her j mittee who was accompanied by
husband's. Assembly Deputy Henry Simons
10 ignore ner husbands sugges-' Quiros, comprised of the presi-
!,. .kni L .. u ; 1 .J .,nu.:H I .. .... l c s: l ...
aent, aiiuiisu uiseuuiue; Measur Measurer,
er, Measurer, Norman C, Brown, O 1 n e y
Edmunds, Rex Archibold, E a r 1
Pearson, Walterio Harvey, and
B. A. Campbell, ;
I All of these things tell a man
his wife ls more interested in the
children than she is in him.
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CANAL ZONE rOLYCUNIC
Dr. C. F. Fabrrsa Br. Avlle Jr.
D.D.9. (Georielown University) M B
Tivoll (4th ef July) Ave.. No. HAJ4
(opposite Ancon School Playground)
Tel. i-Ml Panama.
,j JIM RIDGE
. Phone Panama J-0551 :
H TRANSPORTES BAXTEHA S.A,
Pocked Shipper! Mover
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Ti Learn Riding et
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
'Riding tV Jumping clone daily
i to 5 a.m. Phono 3-0279
- or by appointment.
f WB will relieve Tour"
. corns, callousaes, nail
(Dr. Scholia trained)
51, Justo Arosemena Ph. 3-2217
hvifad To Form
C. ?. Chess dub
Chess enthusiasts, beginners
us as seasoned players, are
eordially invited to meet Al
Stefn on .Thursday, January,
2fi, at 1:30 p.m. at the USO USO-JV8
JV8 USO-JV8 Armed Forces Service
Center in Balboa for the nur nur-fnrmlnr
fnrmlnr nur-fnrmlnr a Chess Club.
Thereafter the prroun will meet
on Monday evenings. 1
; fitern will present the his history
tory history of chess and will offer
Instructions to those who are
cordial invitation is ex extended
tended extended to all to attend.
(The town of Waterproof. La., has
been Jmoved three times to prevent
inundation by the charming course
of the Mississippi River,. ;
Dial Panama 2-5000
Mondays and Thursdays
'. ; Advanced .y
Starting Thursday, Feb. 2nd
SPECIAL SHORT MORNING
Mondays, Tuesday and
Thursdays 30 Lessons
Beginners and Intermediates
btarts Thursday, Feb. 9th
Information and Registration
Phones Balboa 2839 2759
for pictures. I
and MIRRORS 1
15-26 Central Ave.
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE
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Central Ave. U -,: '.. 4ta of Julj Ave J St, 14 Central Aveaoo ft street No. n Va Essaaa Ave.
FOR SALE: Leaving house!
Mahogany table and 4 chain like
new; living room furniture, air
loam with plastic. Must lee to
appreciate. Phone 3-6775
FOR SALE: Complete double
bed with Simmons innerspring
mattress; Simmons davenport,
folds into bed; 3 and tables;
lamp; tea table with glass; 2
stuffed lounge chain. First $125
takes the works. House NR-579-E
Curundu Heights or call
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, good
condition; youth bed; baby chair,
1 0th Street No. 10081, upstairs.
Phono 1175 Colon.
FOR SALE: Living room set,
red upholstery; liquor case and
miscellaneous. Perfect condition.
that hleh levels 6f croduction.
employment, and income will ne
broadly sustained during t n e
coming year, and that under underlying
lying underlying conditions will remain fav favorable
orable favorable to further economic
Mr. Elsenhower's other com
ments and recommendations in included:
cluded: included: FARM "To go' back to high.
rigid price supports, as some
have urged, would only make the
situation worse.,, there Is no
sure and easy cure..."
CREDIT It would be "desira "desirable
ble "desirable to increase the influence
that the Federal Government
can exercise on consumre cred
it..,. Installment credit some
times accentuates swings in the
buying (of durable goods), there thereby
by thereby exposing the rest of the econ
omy to the hazard of widened
SOCIAL SECURITY -Extend
coverage to self-employed groups
ana other worlcers. not et in
people la admission- to public
housing projects. Mthbtlze fav-
oraoie mortgageterms for a-
partments occupied by older per
FLOODS Accelerate work on
flood control projects. Provide
reinsurance for private firms is issuing
suing issuing flood insurance polices and
authorize a joint -federal -state
flood indemnity program.
HEALTH Encourage prviate
k!k Aticndod By
Over 60 women attended an il illustrated
lustrated illustrated talk on cancer given be before
fore before members of the Catholic
Daughters of America at St. Mar Mary's
y's Mary's Hall fast night by Col. W. W.
Nichol, chief of the Surgical Serv Service
ice Service at Gorgas Hospital and mem member
ber member of the Canal Zone Cancer Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. ; ; :..:.
The talk Monday night was the
first Of a series which will be
given in the Canal Zone this year
by Nichol or a member of h i s
staff.;.: -...v..;i; f...:;;.
A similar series of talks was
given by Nichol about two years
ago soon after he was assigned to
duty at Gorgas Hospital. About
2,000 women saw the film which
is shown with the talk and heard
Nichol discuss cancer and answer
questions from the audience.
The film and the sevices of a
speaker are available, to any wo-
I man s group in" the Canal Zone on
'request, Mchol said.'
Diil Evens Dies
MIAMI, Fla., Jan. 24 (UP)
William G. (Billy) Evans, pro.
mlnent figure In the American
League for four decades as an
umpire and later a club offi
cial, died here last night of a
stroke at the age of 71.
Evans, who was visiting his
sons here Saturday when he
suffered the attack, was an A
merlcan League umpire for 22
years. L a t e r he was general
manager of the Cleveland In
dians and the Detroit Tigers.
Evans, one of baseball's most
colorful figures In modern times,
never played a single game In
professional baseball. Instead,
he started his career In sports
as a sports writer for the
Youngstown, Ohio, Vind.cator.
Part of his duties there was to
cover games in the Class D
One day while he was report report-in?
in? report-in? a game, an umpire was need-
' ect and' Branr-was- summoned
from the press box to taK8 over.
;For this he was paid $15, which
exactly matched his weekly sal-
; ary as a reporter. From then on,
'Evans turned to umpiring.
YOU CAN PLACE
FOR SALE: Henry J, excellent
condition. Bargain. Box 52, Cu Cu-:
: Cu-: rundu. :'
FOR SALE: New i ton Fod Fodders
ders Fodders air conditioner and dehumi dehumi-difier.
difier. dehumi-difier. See at Federico Boyd and
46th Street East (former Colegio
Miramar) between 8 a.m. and
130 p.m. Phono 3-5376.
FOR SALE: A.K C. Boxer pup puppies.
pies. puppies. Phone Fort Gulick 88-817.
FO RSALE: '37 Ford, 85-hp.
Drive away $45. House 1531
Calabash, Gavilaii, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies, mala
and female. Phone 2-1338.
from Pace 1)
insurace groups to extend health
plans to cover catastrophic ill illness
ness illness and persons not reached in
present eroun insurant r.i..
Legislation for private pooling
Ui r ieaerai reinsurance
may be needed
HOUSING Authorize 35,000
Units Of DllhUc hmicln In ...k
of the next two years. Broaden
uuujc repair ioan program. In Increase
crease Increase FHA mortgage insurance
authorization and nut
". f w. H Ui
permanent basis. Make public
"uuaujg luans conungent on lo local
cal local development of slum preven prevention
tion prevention programs.
sfc"?0LS Authorize federal
matching grants and loans for
year period. Authorize grants to
f""1 "a aeniai schools for
nvoS?' and "search facilities.
HIGHWAYS Tf fh
plan submitted last year "is not
oousitttwry. io congress, a sound
alternative not Involving budg budget
et budget deficits shnnlH v,o j..i j i.
i UNEMPLOYMENT Establish
ii assistance nrosram fnr hsrd
Irttareas. Strengthen workman's
system of lustoms evatoation
- itwvj.HMi A
the ortTanlzatinn fnr tro
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
The Coco Solo Braves main
tained their lead in the Atlan
tic Little League by defeating
Mutual of Omaha 8-U at Mar Mar-garit
garit Mar-garit aon Thursday. Combining
the strong pitching of Hytenn
and the ability to take advant advantage
age advantage of the breaks as they came
with solid stickwork at the plate
the Navy boys were never In
serious trouble, rapping out a
total of six hits for their eight
With this victory, the Braves
assume first place in the league,
loiiowed by the Cubs, also un
defeated and Mutual with a .500
percentage. The other -three
teams have not as yet broken
into tne win column.
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
W L Pcf,
Gibraltar Life 3 1 750
Spur Cola 3 1 750
Police 2 1 667
Seymour Agency 2 2 500
Lincoln Life 0 1 000
' In the span of three days, the
!pur tola team won two import'
ant ball games and climbed into
a tie for the league leadership.
On Saturday at the Little League
Stadium, the Spurs played off their
tie game with the .Elks. In cont contrast
rast contrast to the previous meeting, Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's game was a slam bang
affair with the soft drink lads out'
blasting the Elks by the score of
9 to 6.
The Lodgemen outhit the Spurs
by 13 to 8 hits, but could npt cash
in on the safeties to full advant
age. Both Jack Devore and Chuck
Cross had three hits a piece and
a perfect dayxat the plate.
Both teams had one big inning.
the Spurs sent eleven men up to
the plate in the third, scoring six
times. The big swat in that in inning
ning inning was catcher Boswell's home
run. .- .:
The Elks" had their ..wholsale
scoring inning in the fourth, when
they greeted r ready Chase with
four hits and four runs. However,
Chase settled down : and allowed
only one more run. Rybicki, the
spurs starting pitcher was the win
ner, whereas Jackie Devore took
The fielding gem of the day,
was by the Elks stellar second
basemen, when he went after Per-
antie's bid for a hit into right field.
tional one hand stab.
Yesterday the Spur Cola boys
continued their winning ways whpn
they took the measure of the Lin
coln Life Insurance lads 3 to 1.
PANAMA AMERICAS A
YOUR AD AT 14
OF OUR AGENTES
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
Williams Analytical Audit Report!
. Fiduciary Capacity
L. C. WILLIAMS. C.P.A.
Tel. 2-1945 Aptdo. 414 Pan.
WANTED: Experienced bilin bilingual
gual bilingual stenographer, diversified
duties for American company.
Send resume including salary de de-aired
aired de-aired to Box 705, Panama.
WANTED: Bilingual male, be be-rween
rween be-rween age of 28 and 35, with
experience in office work. Write
giving references and experience
including recent photograph. Box
949, Ancon, C.Z.
Wilson Boils Up
Hew Political Rov
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP)
A political row boiled up today
over a House subcommittee re report
port report which severely criticized De Defense
fense Defense Secretary CharlesE. Wilson,
his top aides and other business businessman
man businessman on government.
Republican members of a De Democratic
mocratic Democratic controlled House Gov Government
ernment Government Operations subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee angrily protested they had not
hH tirrtA tn tnHv thp flrwMimpnr
disclosed yesterday by The Unit-
ea rress. i ney aenouncea u as
an unwarranted attack on the
The report charges that Wilson
and his aides violated a congres congressional
sional congressional mandate that an inte crated
supply system be set up among
.1 !!:......... t. ...
uie muuary services, u siems
from hearings held last May on
Hoovef Commission charges of
military waste. v
The document also states tht
businessmen in government, such
as Wilson, Navy Secretay Charles
S. Thomaas and Asst. Defense
Secretary Thomas P. Pike, are
not thp "nanarea" fnr nrnhlpms
of government administration.
The reeport has been approved
by a majority of the Democratic Democratic-controlled
controlled Democratic-controlled subcommittee, headed
bv ReD. William L. Dawson D.
This game was featured by the
splendid fieldine on nm-t of thp
Zelnick did not I
-i.u otiui.iv uui uiuy one man, dui
his fielders operated without fault,
not having a single miscuc.
fin1 .lnnil. 1.. ... ... i
ine Lincoln Lifers escaped a
Whitewash whpn WnrHnn Inn.V,
blasted a homerun to take a tem
porary lead, of 1 tn o Rut th
Colas came right back and with
some loose fieldine the rnla nut
lugcuici, mice iuiis un one nit.
rrencn auowea only four hits,
two of which went to Freddy Chase,
but three mifirues in thp -tiiir n.
ning was the difference in results.
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Bishop RF 1
R. Nessler Lf.
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W. French I
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DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
OR OUR OFFICES
ATTENTION G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wet,
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR KENT: Spacious 2-beeV
room penthouse. Bolivar Build Building,
ing, Building, 52nd Street and federico
Boyd. Telephone 2-1661.
FOR RNT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished apartment one bedroom,
large porch, dining room and
kitchen, bath and hot water For
married couple without children.
Apply personally to Cuba Avenue
No. 38-29, next to Comisariato
FOR RENT: Two large rooms,
apartment in new building: hot
water, neatly finished. Avenida
Jose Fco. de la Ossa (Automobila
Row) in front Firestone Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do A. Miro, S.A.. Phono 2-3436.
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bed-room
apartment. Riviera Build Building,
ing, Building, 46th Street and Juste Aro Aroaemena,
aemena, Aroaemena, Telephone 2-1661.
FOR RENT: Apartment: living living-dining
dining living-dining room, 2 bedrooms, bath,
kitchen, garage. Phono 3-1637.
FOR RENT: Spacious 1-bed-room
apartment. Bolivar Build-
inf. 52nd Street and Federico
Boyd. Telephone 2-1661.
FOR RENT: Modern beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully furnished two-bedroom apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Inquire Peru Avenue 37 37-48.
48. 37-48. FOR RENT.- Modern apartment
2 bedrooms, hot water, garage,
"El Cengrejo." Phoke Balboa 2 2-1651
1651 2-1651 or Panama 3-1043.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apart-'
' apart-' ment, furnished with now furni furniture,
ture, furniture, baby grand piano, 50th
Street. Phono 3-0396.
FOR RENT: Small apartment,
comfortable, cool, independent;
with meals. Recently built. Best
linens, cleaning. Suitable for not
more than 3 students, 43rd St,
No. 27, Bella Vista,
FOR RENT: Large furniihed
apartment for one couple or two.
American neighbors. 48th Street
No. 27, Apartment No. 2.
FOR RENT: Two modern 2 2-fccdroom
fccdroom 2-fccdroom apartments in recently
built beautiful building. Exclu Exclusive
sive Exclusive location Call 2-3397 or 3
FOR RENT: Modern apartment.
Samuel Lewis Street No. I: living-dining
room, 2 bedrooms,
maid's room with bathroom, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, garage. Phone 3-5241
Alfredo E. Calvifio.
FOR RENT: Rooms $20, apart apartments
ments apartments $30. Eitudiante No. 100,
Phono 2-1508; Sabanas, Carras Carras-quille
quille Carras-quille No. 454, Phone 3-0850.
FOR RENT; Just built modern
. 1 -bedroom apartment. Phone Ft.
Clayton 4289 office hours, after
ARMY COUPLE need vacation
quarters the end of February,
Present vour tickets
AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
MAKE PANAMONTE INN,
headquarters for hunting
and fishing in the Chiriqui high highlands.
lands. highlands. Jungle jaunts, picnics and
excursion!. Wire reservations.
SEVENTY MILES WEST is beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Santa Clara, the site of this
week's Treasure Hunt. Plan to
stay. Casino Cabins only $2 per
person. See the Treasure Chest
in Morrison's window.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara (each. Telephone
Proback, Balboa 1224.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beech
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phono Gamboa
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. Os milo
past Casino. Low rotes. Phono
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Bos 435, Balboa.
Phono Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Shropnol's furnished houses an
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT: Spacious locale,
ground. Justo Arosemona Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 37-11. Inquire 37th
Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: MODERN locale,
recently built, suitable for store,
office. Facing National Stadium,
Phono 3-6168, Mr. Alcides Gar Garcia
cia Garcia Correa
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million lives like in other parts
of the world and I stand by that
"When winds are sown the
harvest is a whirlwind and that
phenemenon is taking place In
our country. During the ten
years of my constitutional gov government
ernment government not one person died be
cause of political matters and
we have avoided violent strug
"Our adversaries on the oth other
er other hand have begun with blood
and I maintain that he who
achieves power with blood
also falls with blood, (He who
lives by the sword will die by
"I am averse to such things
but I am convinced that as a
result of the crimes and per persecutions
secutions persecutions of the military dic
tatorship, a massacre is being
prepared which will come about
when the "revengefulness" pro provoked
voked provoked by the dictatorship breaks
the dikes which still hold back
the righteous popular indigna indignation
tion indignation and the popular torrent
bursts loose to revenge itself for
the Injustice, the violence, the
hate and the persecution.
"If I should be mistaken, I am
mir ir. will hn hv verv little.
Long periods of incubation erupt
into violent acts of destruction
and extermination. This Is the
danger I foresee and which no
one can avert." .
belore rndav Vniif fickets
TOTAL... $2,300.00 .
$,C5a.Ca-(AccusiaIatcd 1 $73.CD:Uccc2:uIitd) X .S520.C0J.Accumulated)
FOR RENT: Small bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished for single person. Apply
personally to Cuba Avenue No.
38-29, next to Comisariato Don
FOR RENT. Furniihed beoraom
with porch, bath, hot water and
available food; for married cou couple
ple couple without children. Apply per personally
sonally personally to Cuba Avenue No. 38 38-29,
29, 38-29, next to Comisariato Don
' Bosce. 'v.- y ;
FOR RENT: Largo furnished
rooms, American couple. Kitchen
privilege, refrigerator, etc, Justo
Arosemona Ave. and 3 1st' Street
WANTED: Good cook with
recommendations. Apply 50th
Street No. 30, upstairs.
WANTED: Maid, spaak Eng English.
lish. English. General housework. Phono
3-6123 or 3-6818.
WANTED: A good laundress.
47th Street No. 3. Apt. 5.
WANTED: A good cook, bring
references, very good salary. Al Alberto
berto Alberto Navarro St. No. 26, El
WANTED: Mrs. W. I. Wil.
banks. Send new address Bildun,
Box 57, Ancon,
No Foil US Visit
Set For Margaret
London. Jan ?4 mv t t,
royai lamny is not planning an
autumn trip to the U: S. for Prin Princess
cess Princess Marcaret. a Buckingham Pa
lace spokesman said today.
The spokesman said rumors of
such a trip "have been flying
around for about a week and are
completely unfounded as far as I
A British tabloid today had re repeated
peated repeated the rumors and said "there
is a very good. change the Prin Princess
cess Princess Margaret will visit America
in the autumn." i
- Just arrived from Switzerland
WATCHMAKER EXPERT PROFESSOR
will repair any kind of watch,
NAT MENDEZ Jewelry
"J" Street No. 13
r valid fm n-hnU vear
. ft ilMJiiiMisasVaio.iMnirtissiiy.Mafr..Vjr. ntf m-m, n-
TirsrUY, J A NT A ST !M
FOR RENT: 2-aparim.nt thai-, ;
at, double services, 1 8th Street,
Rio Abajo. Don Eastman,. Parai-
so, Phono 4-167.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet, I
"Barriada do Miraflorea" 135.
Inquire same address, Mr. Jesa!
A. Zambrano R., 2 to 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: Small I -bedroom)
furnished house. 22-A 44th St.
Bella Vista. G.I. inspected, Sgt.
Williamson, Albrook 2166.
FOR RENT.- Kenmora fully au automatic
tomatic automatic washing machine, 60 60-cycle,
cycle, 60-cycle, used short time, excellent
condition. Call Balboa 2-3460,
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom chalet.
porch, living-dining room, maid'
room. Via Porras No. 1 3 1. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-0754.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un un-furnished
furnished un-furnished chalet, reasonable rent.
Corner of Uruguay Street and
East 47th Street 1-02. Phono
FOR RENT: Chalet. 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water, Bella Vista,
Phone Ft. Clayton 6110 office
hours, after Curundu 5118.
FOR SALE a
Boats & Motors T
FOR SALE: 14-ft. beat Spe.d- 1
liner Runabout class with 25-
! hp. outboard Evlnrudo motor, ell
accessories, $550. Phono 2-0740
FOR SALE: 14-ft. runabout
'with 25-hp. motor. Call Penamer
3-0903 between 7 and 3.-30. i
FOR SALE: 20-ft. cabin cruis cruiser
er cruiser launlhed Aug. '55. Kermath
marina 61 -hp. inboard.' All nec-
essary -equipment, many extras, j
Excellent condition. Price S80O.
MSgt, J. H. Vaughn, Phone Al Albrook,
brook, Albrook, house 6146; duty 7272.
Red Culture Chief
nt 1 i;,lr "' I Ir '.V'
nans visirioud v
MOSCOW, Jan. 24 (UP) -So
vlet Minister of Culture Nikolai
A. Mikhailov has accepted an
invitation to visit the United
States early next summer, it
was disclosed today.
The invitation was extended"
by Robert Green, producer of
the musical "Porgy and Bess"
which has just completed en engagements
gagements engagements In Leningrad and
Keen them cxrefullv. u
nxf day, jantaux :i, n-s
tZl TA-VA-'U AMir.lCAN VN IND IIEMNT BAIL! .NH'T FAITH.
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Andy Rusell, in
Roberto Cafiedo. in
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Jack Palance Ida Lupino
Wendell Corey Jean Hegan, In
. THE BIG KNIFE
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'What' the matter? Couldn't you sleep either?"
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Opening lead 4 8
Fabulous Moroccan Pasha Dies l RP Fi!ed
rt .. .. ., Against Vta For
yuietiy At raarraKesn i-aiace mMs S!ayhg
RABAT, Morocco, Jan. 24 (UP) The most powerful and wealthy i M B ellyVtelii, 32"' m charccd
Had Thamt El Glaoui. t he; of Morocc an chieftains. El: with first decree murder yester yester-fabulous
fabulous yester-fabulous pasha whese 2.000,000 Glaoui ruled a territory twice'day in the love triangle slaying
Berber tribesmen, helped France the size of France. He was a'of her husband which she tried to
rule Morocco for more than 40 close friend to m a n y world pin on a boy friend,
years, died today in his walled statesmen, including Sir Wins-1 Her husband, Robert 34 was
palace at Marrakesh. ; ton Churchill. I found dying of bullet wounds in a
El Glaoui was about 80. His The pasha had four superb' dump near the citv limits last Sat Sat-death
death Sat-death came just three months, palaces, with harems to match-urday. The pretty," expectant moth moth-after
after moth-after his humiliating submission j reputedly sheltering some l,200!er was held for questioning.
orougni ine suiian 01 moioccu: women. Airs, heiu originally contended
back to the throne from erile
The pasha died quietly sur surrounded
rounded surrounded By seven ot his sons.
Funeral services will be tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning.
He had undergone an opera operation
tion operation for a cancerous tumor of
that a "dark-skinned stranger" ab ab-He
He ab-He owned half of Marrakesh, (dueled her and heY husband and
thousands of houses and apart-! forced her 0 drive1 four miles to
ments In principal Moroccan: the dump wiiere Kehl was shot;
cities and had a large share inlthree times.' 1
many of the foreign oil and! 1
(mining concessions in his Atlas! ne later changed her story and
7 and! Mountain region
said William Thomas, a handsome.
bed for! He could be abstemious to th( 25-year-old pipefitter who admitted
I the stomach last Dec.
t been' confined to his
most of the time since then. point of an obsession for goa;si having an at fair with Mrs. Kehl,1
! El Glaoui, an "Arabian Nights"! milk, yet he once flew a troune!ws the triggcrman. Police said
1 feudal lord who made and bioke 1 of British chorus girls from Par-1 was no evidence against
sultans during nis stormy career,; is to Marrakesh for one per
became seriously 111 auer ajiormance.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Behind
the .Screens: Holly wood'i -censorship
Production Code appears
headed for some drastic changes,
insuring even more adult movies
in the tuture, since release of the
film, "The Man With the Golden
The picture was-denied a seal of
approval by the Producers Associ Association
ation Association under the industry censorship
code barring ; stories about dope
Then, from two important direc directions,
tions, directions, ame word that '.'The Man'
"-wasn't such a nasty, naughty mov mov-ie
ie mov-ie after all, and the Production
Code lost a great deal of prestige
First blew to the Code over ban banning
ning banning of the film was a "B" rating
instead of a C (condemned) tag
from the Catholic Legion of De Decency.
cency. Decency. The second was word from
the cation's top theater circuits
that none of them would refuse to
play the picture despite its lack
of aii industry seal.
in h nast tno theater circuits
Tcfused to play films denied Code
aDDroval and the Legion, of, De-
ce icy usually condemned tncm.
Independent producers have been
When North opened the bidding
! with one no-trump in today's hand
1 he showed just about his full
strength. This opening bid shows
balanced distribution with 16 to 18
a player has shown his tun
strength, he can sit back and let
his partner do the work. If the
partner fails to act, there may
be a good reason for his silence.
When today's hand was played,
South didn't hear his partner keep keep-ins
ins keep-ins auiet. North told his story a
Journey to Paris to beg forgive forgiveness
ness forgiveness from the 'Sultan he had
helped send into exile.
He prostrated himself at the
feet of the Sultan Sldl Moham Mohammed
med Mohammed Ben Youssef and stammer stammered:
ed: stammered: "Majesty, I was tricked. I am
vour majesty's slave and aiki
forgiveness for the harm
O'Rourke pressed the murder
warrant against Mrs. Kehl after
her attorney said he planned to
get a writ of habeas corpus to
gain her freedom if she were not
Sought Hew Trial
nottd, d.spitt Hollywood's eurrtntl second time when he doubled two
cry for mw ones.
Seltctod Shorts: Bud Abbott and
Lou Costello are headed for France
in the spring to film 39 half-hour;
comedies for TV titled, "Abbott
and Costello in Paris." The
booming telefilm industry has giv given
en given Hollywood a new record in the
use of raw film more film per
month now than an entire year's
production 20 years ago. The an annual
nual annual product adds up to 200 fea feature
ture feature movies and 3000 video subjects
. . Jeffrey Haydcn, the TV di director
rector director hubby of Eva Marie Saint,
wasn't taking too many chances
when he signed for movies. The
fine print of his MGM contract
says that if the studio doesn't give
him the, "right" picture to direct
within a year, he can call off the
.TAMFCTnunvT t v
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caused your majesty. I hope toivnrv ct3t nram;t
-card strength. When live long enough to redeem my-, ready 'to roll out the fed eamct for
self and I ask my sovereign to (homecoming Lucille Ball and her
consider me as one, of his most; husband, Desi Arnaa
Thus ended the- great In- The coud1c will he T,mPSown
fluence 01 the pasha who hadpeb. 6-7. On the latter date thev I ing he would "come back and face
successfully resisted the Wazis inj w,n attend the world premiere of! it" if granted a new trial, it was
World War II and who h a d thrir latest mntinn niftnr. "Pnr. disclosed todav.
thrown nis fierce mounted troops PVer, Darlin?," in a local thenter.
against the enemies or the jt will mark the first time since
French until mounting Moroc-' 1946 that Wins Ball.has visited her
can nationalism turned the tide, home town and the first time Desi
against him. , has been here.
FRIDAY 9 P.r.T, K
PRINCETON, Ind;, Jan. 24 (UP)
Leslie Irvin, accused slayer of
six persons, wrote a letter on the;
A'T Via AtsrtnnaA 4 rn m iiil hnfn citi I
(Continued-from Pace 2)
I was dragging in fifty -grand a
year knocking off those tin can
I banks, .with no danger of a rap
' that five hundred bucks couldn't
veiling for some time now that the square. And I let you put me in
1932 film censorship code is out- the middle where I got government
dated. Now there's good evidence heat smeared all over me."
u th 1 Ptrinn of Decency and
theater owners agree with them, There is reason to believe that,
diamonds; and he told it a third
time when he bid three spaaes.
This time the axe fell.
The defenders. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
Click of Miami Shores, Fla., picked
thn hand as clean as a whistle
This wasn't surprising, since both
rank among the country's foremost
Mrs. Glick opened the singleton,
club. Mr. Click won with the ace
and returned the nine of clubs,
choosing this card to request a
return in a high-ranking suit.
Mrs. Glick ruffed and obedient obediently
ly obediently returned a low heart. East won
with the king and returned the
four of clubs to ask for a return
in a low suit. It was now clear
that East had both of the red
Mrs. Glick ruffed again and re returned
turned returned the queen of diamonds.
Dummy put up the king, and East
won with the ace. Now Mr. Glick
carefully returned a diamond be before
fore before trying to give his partner
another club ruff. Mrs. Glick won
with the jack of diamonds and just
as carefully. cashed the queen of
hearts before leading to the acc
of hearts. .
This careful sequence of plays
reduced South to his five trumps
and a club. Now Mr. Glick led
another club, allowing West to ruff
with the king of Pades-. ,.
rw arer maoe omy uu(n'i
. ..,,...:.;.i,,,..y;....: ...Vi v.,..
and I suspect there will be some;in this case, Kelly did not act hkej(our trumps, and the contract was
changes made in the code bcforea gentleman, His vindictive out-!tnlls sct five tricks for a loss of
the year it over. 1 burst was in direct violation of s 40o points. What's more, even
. .j ..iithe plunderworld's social niceties
. Dtan Martin en A Harpcr.g mag es
jean oaieu uuiuij, uic u,.m, ...
her engraved: v iu j0! ,r upperworld. The fact that it is up
uv- nn..,nf nw.nniir thai i c lnvnlvpf
essay once noted:
jean oaieu uutui ""V--' 1 "Kespcct lor property in uie uu uu-he's
he's uu-he's now wearing a medaiUon from derworld is as deep as jt is in the
-i. h n vwuo i can i
too mad about. "The Big Knife,"
which put movietown on the bar barbecue
becue barbecue pit. Three studios reportedly
are bidding for Norman Mailers
Deer Park,"- 'which roasts the
film colony to pure charcoal.
It's 42' years of movie-making
M.in n rMilli. He filmed "The
perworld property that is involved
makes no tmterence, ior wnen
property is transferred from the
upperworld to the underworld it
becomes sacred again. The burglar
who shoots his partner for holding
out a lady's watch goes up in the
social scale of the underworld. Like
the clubman who perjures himself
to Save a ladv s reputation, hc
Squaw Man" in 1913 with cran w m a y t
handle camera "uX'lo his fellows. Each is a gcntle-
JUVeTi?tureVT.Vuietiman aceordingtothe code."
feature film to be made n mwie-j A, c was convicted
town and earned $255,000. Us cost. j fQr 'tai( dodK.ng u marked the
$15,450. i conclusion of a lengthy, arduous
V uTZ, thn whistle ;i'hore for, law-enforcers, 'ine gang
in Fisher Wcw the n,sl,5il(Ho, t t nn books and sianed
M'WHiiK iiiiit ii 110 wUr t i it. .m, a r i i-i ttmitnmn v vv 1 1 1 1
im .r ru...u n no rnecKS. ne iicvci um aiuuim6 -r- ,(J
t&JV. TV soonsor" also! ftt hand. Capone was always two, hits anyimng
rfidn't count, since the
hand was played in a pair tour tournament.
nament. tournament. This was a very expen expensive
sive expensive thrice-told tale!
CAMBRIDGE. Mass. (UP) -Collecting
toy banks has been the
hobby of Francis L. Ball, 72, for
25 years. He has more than 2,000
of them, including between 75 and
100 mechanical banks.
His favorite is an iron baseball
bank. The pitcher throws pennies
,m,whnH and the catcher never
misses. Fortunately the batter has,
a poor eye and tnougn ne lanes
at every uuow, ne ire
fit ,;::h- mm: l
The letter was pos t m a r k e d
Thursday in Mt. Carmel, 111., a a-bout
bout a-bout 12 miles west of Princeton
and one of the points where Irvin
was sought after his escape. It
was sent to Theodore Lockyear Jr.
Evansyillc, Ind., a defense at attorney.
torney. attorney. Lockyear filed it, with the
court today when Cirduit 'Judge A.
Dale Eby overruled the dclense
motion for a new trial for Irvin.
"I know this is. the wrong thing
to do, but I can't just go up to
Michigan City and wait," Irvin
wrote. "If they ever do give me a
new trial, I'll come back and face
it. Maybe the jury will believe the
RAFFLE WINNER Angel G. Grlmas, left, manager of the
Vinicola Licorera, S. A., delivers $780 worth' of Panama gov government
ernment government bonds to Tito Russo Alvarado, winner of the second
prize of last Sunday's Carta Viela raffle. Mr. Alvarado was the
holder of ticket No. 145551 which he found in the seal of a
bottle of Carta Viej a rum bought recently. (Mercurio)
To CAL Engineers
BUFFALO, N.Y. (UP) -Scientists
. at the Cornell Aero Aeronautical
nautical Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. here are
not satisfied with knowing how fast
an airplane flics. Now they want
to find out the temperature of the
air through which the plane is
The CAL engineer's are trying to
make their measurements with a
device known as a vortex tube.
$j Leo S, Packer, project engineer
lin charge ot the research, said
j determination of air temperature
! from a plane is not as easy as, it
51 might appear.
j "As airplanes fly faster and
i faster," he explained, "the meas meas-I
I meas-I uremcnt of free-air temperature
becomes more difficult,"
Packer pointed out that when the
j air enters the vortex tube of a
I high-speed craft the air is heated
SMW IW AT YOVR SERVICE CENTER
BALBOA 6:15 8:05 I DIABLO IITS. 6:15 8:15
' IR. nvniTins, it I Marlon BRANDO
I Eva Mri S ATMT
"ON THE WATERFRONT
2k fit' y
it aw i i ini
1 1 A MAUREfN O'HARt-CtOKG! NADtl
IOBN 1HATCHH ICUAM HUHl UtHUt IHKIM
VTH, 'THirAGO HYNDICATK
'Pearl of the South Taclflc'
Wfil. "MFK IN THK BAI.ANCi:"
GATUN 7 on
Jhiirs. "UIE IN Tilt: BAI.ANC1."
MARGARITA; 6:15 8:10
."LAW AND THE LADX"
TVfd. "KISS ME, DEADLY"
CRISTOBAL 6:15 8:00
, Air-t nniUlianrd
PARAISO 6:15 8'101
"DEVIL'S HARBOR" j
4.NTA CRUZ 6.15 7:Snl
"TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT"
I LA BOCA 7:00
"PAID TO KILL"
I CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:W
"Una Mujer Sin Amor"
Married." His iv spou.m """or three people removed from a
objected- ... (crime. .After more than three
. .!.;,.; vears -or intensive hivcbus-i
jack LCmniUllll na u
i ,.t.nnn tit nacp from i uie P'
EAST KINGSTON, N.H. -(UP)
When Albert fc. rnuups ana
eroded ior a change of pace Catherine Jeanette Lufkm
eomedy. His name is penciled c t n years behind were warned here, the matrt
nr -rioublc Jeopardy" about iL rLJ fmm "The honor was the bride s aunt, 98-
tracks down the real ; i ,'d health. I year-old Mrs. Amelia Kennedy.
aC.:ilULR HV" J All!
His parting woros 10 unc bhu m
for "UOUDic jeopaiuy
ho tracks do
killer when a chorus gin
cuied of muroer.
The Witntt: lieorge uooei wu-
"Don't forget to pay your
ding about his NBC-TV contract:
"There's one clause tnai ioroms, m b his Diood.soaked
me to read any other clauses . cagrob))ini'g Bmall-town banks.
Cartoon aubject W--, "'becTme .killer and ended up leak leak-WGM;
WGM; leak-WGM; 1 'Canine utiny and c g ChicaRo
..Blackboard Jumb c. lutchJl,fc was brief, fiery and useless. .
,0 who drertXceefnd telt DiUinger's ego accelerated h i s
flms these days: "If I find that dnfal While on the lam, he aub aub-?V
?V aub-?V interfere .with picture-making, L"i'ed to plastic surgery He re-
match the scope ot pictures. (or dol)s Jhe oha madc iden
'limmv Stewart is the nation's Ration simple for G-men. Bang Bang-No
No Bang-No T money-making star in a poll, bang-he was dead,
of theater exhibitors conducted by I , . .
the Motion Picture Herald, an in-l of crime r
dutS trade paper. Others in the'!!fh "ached i a shadowy pinnac e
, in- with the Brink's case constantly
top 111. . IdAmnnslmtM t.h futilitv n( holn
r.rare Keuv. jonn vvayiie. u- ,
lian Holden, Gary Cooper, Marlon ? fooR- BO-cauca onuiant crim.
PhrPv Bo-'art, June AUysou and a! ,ut f'0 a'K itJ ln doubl-
All "o!d faces,'
eaiy, inc inosi convincing crime-
it miohi t-., 'doesn't -pay fact is this: Our prisons
it might btare ovcr.crowded
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Great Fortune Night!
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On the Screen:
"Dale Robertson, in ;
"SON OF SINBAD"
"THE LIVING DESERT"
Unprecedented Global Premiere Launches "Helen 01 Troy"
More Th:n Filly Ccunlries Represented In Historic Event
Je MMdea hotut kft by the fireeks H pnHei thronfh the-gat f Try, tlespitr tht'
phetic warnmg to "beware the Greeks bearing gift," in a scene from Warner Pros. "Helen
of Troy, will release January 2fith at the Lux and Central Theatres simultaneous. Advt.
The good host strikes the right
note by serving Black & White"; it
is the drink most appreciated by his
guests. Every drop of this famous
whisky is distilled and bottled in,
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Big Hurler To Oppose
Carta ViejVs Monalian
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Big; Rob Trice will be seen for the last time this
season tonight. The Spur Cola righthander goes
against Ed Monahan of the Carta Vieja Yankees at
the Olympic Stadium and after the game is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to fly to his home in the U.S.
Last night the Chesterfield Smokers climbed to
within two and one-half games of Spur Cola's lead
by virtue of their 7 to 2 victory over the Yankees.
Carta Vieja is now six and one-half games behind.
A win for the Yankees tonight
would snap their six-game los losing
ing losing streak and move the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers to within two games from
thtLast"nlght Clyde Parris' dou double
ble double with the bases loaded
On Dons In RP
By NORMAN MILLER
NEW YORK, Jan. 24 (UP) -,
Dayton's towering Flyers, who
ran their unbeaten string to 14
(tames while top-ranked San
Francisco was. Idle, gaine d
ground in the contention for the
no 1 United Press college bask basketball
etball basketball rating today and Illinois
took over third place,
North Carolina, upset con conqueror
queror conqueror of arch-rival North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina State, made the most im important
portant important Jump in the ratings, to
No. 6 from 11th place. Tne Tar Tarheels
heels Tarheels were the only newcomers
in this week's top 10 teams
chosen by the 35 outstanding
coaches who comprise the Unit United
ed United press rating board.
San Francisco, which h
put its 39-game winning streak
In storage for two weeks while
It takes time out for mid-year
examinations, hvas picked No.
1 by 30 coai'hes-rthe same a
last we-U. However, the West
Coast. Dons'- point ,total. rell
off six to 339and their lead
over payton dwindled from 49
to 32 points.
Coach Tom Blackburn's Flyers
attracted three first-place votes
and an unsually high second second-plaec
plaec second-plaec total of 307 points. By de defeating
feating defeating Vlllanova and Xavler of
Ohio last week, Dayton achieved
u cDocrvn's lonorst wlnnlnt
streak. The Flyers' next test will
bi a tough one against, 10th 10th-ranked
ranked 10th-ranked Louisville.
San rrancisco. wmcn
led the ratings for elebt straight
....!, v.cma. nmnpt t nn Ttevt
San Francisco, wmcn now nas
A Vi rat.tna for ulehfc straight
weeks", resumes comoetltlon next
Saturday night Ra'nst Califor California.
nia. California. The Dons will set a ma lor
j.niico. record v for consecutive
victories If they beat camornia,
victories if they beat California,
guided by thelf old coacn. w
VPWP I l :
T Illinois and Louisville eafh
fecelved one-f'rst place vote
in this week's balloting, which
as based on games played
through Saturday night, Jan.
The mini (10-1) and Kentnckv
(10V) eah moved up one notch
to the third and fourth rank rank-lnrs,
lnrs, rank-lnrs, while North Carolina State
slipped to 'fifth following Its
BPr-nriH KPt.hap.lr In 1S irame?
Temple, with an 11-0 record, fol
lowed North Carolina, with Van-
derbllt. Southern Methodist and
Louisville completing the top 10
group in mai oraer
pushed three runs across the
plate in the first liming and
sent the Smokers on their way
to the'7 to 2 win over the
Wally Burnette scattered sev-
en'hite tn nfrlr nn his third win
against a lone defeat. One of the
Yankee tallies was unearned.
Cookie Stempel dropped his
third decision. He has no wins.
Bobo Higglns relieved In the
sixth and gave way to Vic Strys Strys-ka
ka Strys-ka after being lifted for a pinch pinch-hitter
hitter pinch-hitter in the seventh.
With one out in the first in inning,
ning, inning, Danny Schell singled and
moved to second on a wild pitch.
After Bill Stewart struck out
Ellas Osorio and Billy Queen
walked to load the bases. Parris
followed with his bases clearing
The Smokers got their four
other runs in the sixth. Parris
got a lead-off sinele and Pres Pres-cott
cott Pres-cott was safe on Corky Glamp's
first of three errors. Eupenio
Houraudeau laid down a bunt
and Parris was forced at third.
Burnette helDed his own cause
bv brineins home Prescott and
Houradeau with a two-ba
smash to center and he himself
tallied later on Manito Bernard's
rinnhlo tn left., fitpwart's slnffle
brought in Manlfn with the final
run for the smokers.
Th VnnkPM Krnrprl thpir first
tally in the fourth. Gin Dickens
bit a roller to third base that
Parris iMplrtud hut pnnlrt mnfcp nn
nlay, Eddie Philiins hit bck to
the mound and Burnette neiaPti
th hall hut threw low and wirie
of second base in an attempt to
! niPkens moved to thM rH
fDhtllins to swond on WUhplm's
I'nfield nut, Olmo was safe on
Bernard's bad-throw to first and
nri Porter's infield hit and
Philiins' double to center Pro
duced thp final Yankee marker
In the sixth.
o Roferpe Porky :
M.rci, Wlv hps th.
"irrei jumping v. r iuii
ThP VipavvwclHt phamnlnn Tnl-
: H h!s vpsr Uphirninw tn N"w
; n s,th: r,.
. '- if there
Wn .any squaws.
"Non." renliprt (lnr"K "'unit'
of tS (1rn"!in,'pr sa". '"rl""' yn.
"-.' that you might still be ar around."
ound." around." CUPPERS AMOK
OMAHA (UPV Patrick X
Tate filed a $909 damage suit in
'"strict court against barber N.
v ii c L I I' 3 c lima ice
"failed to keep control of his
:ci ric clippprs while cuttin"
''Mn's hair. The plinnnrs iniureri
the back of Pate's neck.
Sunday, Jan. 29 4 P.M.
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T-cK- 'f-s ON SALE: Iberia Kestaurant, "La
Concord'a" Diarmacv. C'rnlral Hotel, Hotel F.I
r,niam.i and J,a Mararcna r.ullrinc. every day
f'nm 9 pi. until fi ni. ''"or reservations call
Players To 24
CHICAGO, Jan. 24 WP)The
Chicayo White Sox brought their
number of signed and happy
athletes to 24, more than half
their prospective spring training
camp squad, today with receipt
of contracts from three players,
two of them bonus players.
The three were Ron Jackson,
towering young first baseman
from Kalamazoo, Mich.; Bob
Powell, also of Michigan, and
Sam Esposito, a Chicago high
school and Indiana University
product, Last night they an
nounced the signing of Bob Ken
nedy, who came to the Sox last
May from Baltimore and batted
J04 after he made the switch
from the Orioles.
Jackson. 22 vears old. was
signed by the Sox June 15, 1954,
and in mid-June this year will
be eligible for optioning if the
so elect. He batted .280 in 40
games in 1954. and .203 in 1955.
Jackson, who stands seven inch inches
es inches over six feet, hit six home
runs for th Sox last year.
roweiL, signed June 8, 1955,
has appeared in only one ma major
jor major league game, and that as a
pinch runner. His home is in
Esposito, 24, plaved nrep ball
at Fenger High School In Chi
cago, and basketball and base
ball at Indiana. Signed in Au August,
gust, August, 1952, he played the last
game of the season that year,
then went to Waterloo where he
played third base and batted
205 in 95 games. Until late May
of 1955 he was in service, and on
his return wa.s ODtioned to Mem-
nhis of the Southern Associa Association,
tion, Association, where he hit ,281 in 101
lurnefle The Burner
Bernard. 2b .;,.-. 5
Schell, If ........5
Stewart, cf ,.... 4
E. Osorio, lb 3,
Queen, c ...3
Parris. 3b ....... .4
It HPO A
11 2 1
12 3 0
Houradeau, ss ,,
Burnete, p .
34 7 8 27 13
Bartlrome, lb ...,S 1
Shantz, 2b 4 0
Porter, If ...... .3 11
Dickens, cf ..3 1
Philiins. rf .4-0
Wilhelm. ss ......4 : n
Glamp, 3b ....,,,4 n
patton, c .........4 0
etemDel, p 2 0 0 0 2
wieeins, p ........n 'o n n o
Kronf 1 0 0 0 0
stryska. r o n o o o
Hockenbury 1 0 (I 0 0
35 2 7 2714
KmDf popped out for Hlgglns
Horkenburv fouled out for
Stryska in 9th.
cbt. '. .ann 004 ooo7 a s
C. Vieja ...000 101 000-2 7 3
RPT's- Prris 3 Purnette ?.
ernord. eten-ari FarnM runs:
hosterfleld 5, Carta Vela 1.
f.eft on hasp: chesterfieM 5.
f'arta vieia fl. Two bsse hits;
trris, '""rrette. vpme. Phi' Phi'-n
n Phi'-n Wild nl"h: Ptpmnel:
ctemnel 2 ..Figl" 3 strvsVa ?
c9se on hoi's 'f: Turn,tt( 2
off- ptemnet i, PtrvV! pitch-.
frs record; Ptewnel 7 runs. 7
Vts in S t-H trlnlnn-m Wlff(rlr! fl
mns, 1 H in 1 2-3 innlnffS. Fr Fr-Crto
Crto Fr-Crto Vc'm S (rsisr"n 3).
ObortpvflpM J fTi,rnfr 1rn-
orfll T retr T)ir',v' Br PtPv,r,,l
fn.?V wnrlnar pltcVierr 'ir-
nette '3-). noKblen'ays- Ol'mn
ont", porr.imme nmn'res:
Thornton, npin, Hinds, Time
i it game: 2:21., ...
TOUCH Tn his fir full cPa.
n thn inir tIiit'. T,nn
Fnntmnfn flnvpi; f,!f rnnc.1o; aid
puis life 'H t"1" New Y" P-n.
prs as flip Nnlinna! Hockey
League's No. 1 had man.
Byron Cumberbatch Promises
To Use Pace To Be at Bourne
n'ffcl liiiiiiiir-' )
PANAMA SWIMMING STAR Poised above at the swimming
tank of The Citadel in Charleston, S. C, is Cadet G. M. Pierce,
a junior at the Military College of South Carolina and a son of
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Pierce, Balboa, Canal Zone. Swimming
coaches say Pierce is rapidly becoming one of the fastest sprint
men in the Southern Conference. He is surpassing this year his
times during the two previous years in which he has been a
member of The Citadel's varsity swimming team.
(Official The Citadel Photo)
Balboa's Pierce Rapidly
Becoming Top Sprinter
As Citadel' Swimmer
CHARLESTON, S. C, Jan. 24
Swimming Coach Ronald A.
Reilly of The Citadel here, thinks
that the military college's var varsity
sity varsity tank squad for 1956 has
"the brightest future of any
squad since The- Citadel inau inaugurated
gurated inaugurated swimming as a regular
Reilly's squad, composed main mainly
ly mainly of freshmen, has a win-loss
record to date of three-one, but
says frankly that his "big drive"
Is yet to come.
On February 3, The Citadel
teams goes to Eastern Carolina
to meet that undefeated
squad, and on February 4 goes
to Duke University a rival
The Citadel has yet to defeat.
Returninff home. The Citadel
meets Emory University on Feb.
10 and on Feb. 18. Georgia Teen
the latter undefeated.
win close its season Dy going w
Virginia; Military Institute foaf "1 O Loj
the Southern Conference Cham
pionships, a tournoment in
which Coach Reilly expects to
have "the best squad that has
ever represented The Citadel.
The Citadel's 1956 schedule in
cludes only one conference rival
Davidson College, which won
a contest here on December 10,
This was the only loss so far
this season. On January 6, The
Citadel met Wofford at Spar
tanburg, winning 57-27, and on
January 7 in Columbia defeated
the University of soutn uaro
The Citadel's swimming team
is led by ro-Capitans Gary
Pauve, a senior, of Bradenton
Fla. and Richard W. Fish, a ju
nior, of Pittsburgh who are co co-starrin?
starrin? co-starrin? this season as h I g h
point scorers in the relays and
Other outstanding swim swimmers
mers swimmers in the -three meets so far
have been Gerald Pierce of
Bradenton. Fla. ol whom
Coach Reilly says that he is
"developing rapidly into one
The annual Pro League all-star game between local and
foreign players will be played at the Olympic Stadium Sun-,
day, Feb. 5 at 3 p.m.
Participants, who must nlay the first three Innings, will
be chosen by the fans. Pitchers will be named by the man managers
agers managers who will also be selected by the fans.
Fill In the coupon shown below and send to this paper.
rm ftiwM. iSJt,4, SUM .lt.J&
of the fastest sprint men In
the conference, and Robert
Lloyd of Ashley, Pa. described
as "an outstanding freshman
who has taken control pf the
100 and 200-yard events."
Others on the varsity, swim
squad are: G. M. Pierce, a ju
nior, of Balboa, Canal Zone;
Richard O. Fish, a lunior. of
Pittsburgh, Pa.; R. M. Cowden,
a freshman, of Jacksonville.
Fla.: Georee A. Gaun. a senior.
or upper Montciair, N. if, wil'
Ham i J. Clark, a soDhomore. of
west cnester, pa.; F. A. Blckus,
a freshman, of Williamsville, N.
i.; i,oweii .r. weison, a iresn iresn-man,
man, iresn-man, of Fallston, Maryland; J.
Roger Morrow, a freshman, of
Alexandria, Va.; Gerald S. B'.ish,
a junior, of Miaml, Fla.; Neil J.
Johnston, a. sophomore, of Rye,
N. Y.; Allen J. Thompson, a se senior,
nior, senior, of Hato Rev, Puerto Rico;
C. H. Lesesne. Ill, a freshman,
of Columbia, S. C; John Palms.
a sophomore, of Clearwater
freshman, of Jacksonville. Fla,:
R. K. Smith, a freshman, of
Cheraw, s. C J. E. Carnlce'U.
a freshman, of Bellrose, N. Y.:
P. D. McComb, a freshman, of
Moultrie. Ga.: Charles D. Me-
Nernev .II, a sophomore, of St,
Paul. Mlnne'ota; J. .'. Fhrmonn-
trat't., senior, rif Pelle Hrbor,
N .Y. C. C. weliman, a fresh freshman,
man, freshman, of Gastonia. N. C; J. B.
finivev, a sonhomore, of Harr
Isinnd. Wilmington, N. C : W.
AlH'on Pieffiing. Jr.. frenmn.
of Pnorleston. R. C: Frerlprick
V. Stuhr, a freshman, of rhs--lestJin.
R. C.; C. A. .Tonison n.
a fresnmn. of Orlando. Fla ;
Jack T. Kpllev. a frphman of
Orlando. Fla.: P.. .T. Prownfl1"
a freshmon. of rieorwTer Fla
nri R. F MarHnM.. itnnhomore,
of vew York City, N. Y.
SWIFT. SPORTS CARS
Davtona Beach, Fla. (NEA)
The fastest and most expensive
sport, csrs will compete during
the NASCAR Snced Weeks at Day
tona Beach, Feb. 12-28.
"Pace, that's what I'll use to
beat him," said bantamweight
cht-mpionship contender Byron
Cumberbatch vesterday after
noon in response to a query by
a sportswriter aoout nis uue
bout with 118-lb. king Melvln
Bourne at the National Gym
Cumberbatch had Just com
pleted a strenuous drill and
after a shower was being rub rubbed
bed rubbed down br his youthful
trainer, Vic Hill, when t h e
question was put .to bim.
The veteran Cumberbatch of offered
fered offered a good point when he
spoKe about "pace." In two of
his last appearances he has ac accurately
curately accurately rated himsell, turning
on tne steam in tne late rounds
to score kayo victories.
He had been behind on points
in his match against Roberto
Munllo in an eignt-rounder sev several
eral several months ago when he began
to move in tne fifth round. By
the time the seventh came a a-round,
round, a-round, Murulo's face was a
bloody and swollen mass. In the
middle of tha tstanza, unable
to take any more punishment,
Munllo turned his back on his
tormentor and walked to h 1 s
corner finished for the night.
Murillo suffered a serious
eye injury in that encounter
and it is believed he will never
fight again professionally.
Battlin' Byron was just as
spectacular in his last outing
Dec. 18, when he TKO'd the un-til-then-unbeaten
In seven heats.
A 2-to-l underdog before fight
time, it appeared that Cumber-
batch would go down in defeat
tor1 the urst time in lyaa.
Ibarra had carried the fight
up to the sixth the round in
which Cumberbatch began to
get going. He pounde d T o t o
with combination rights and
lefts and had him backing for
the first time.
With blood streaming from a
cut under his left eye Toto went
to his knees after taking a
straight riRht to his bloody orb.
Referee Young Herrera lifted
the dazed, feeling Ibarra to his
feet and after an examination
of the eye declared the Calido Calido-nia
nia Calido-nia battler the winner.
Bourne will be the favorite
In Sunday's match, but that
does not seem to worry Cum -berbatch
In the least.
"I have crossed up the wise
boys before," he declared. "Ttnre
will be a lot of surprised folks
at the Gym after this one."
Big 7 Conference
In 3Way Deadlock-
- By JOHN GRIFFIN -NEW
YORK. Jan. 24 CUP)
Gary Thompson's jump ; shot
that swished through the cords
just as the final gun banged
threw the Big Seven basketball
race into a three-way deadlock
Thompson's goal, his second
straight in the waning minutes,
was the payoir as lowa biate
handed defending champion
Colorado a 70-63 loss at Ames,
Iowa the champs' first loss in
four league game this year,
The loss dropped Loioraao
into a first.place tie with Kan Kansas
sas Kansas and Kansas State at 3-1
tn league competition and
moved Iowa State, a team that
boasts the best overall record
in the conference ill-3), back,
into contention for the crown
at 2-2. .'v-'--.
- Iowa, another defending con conference
ference conference champion, fared more
happily last ni?ht as it rallied
from a nine-point deficit in the
final seven minutes to beat Pur Purdue.
due. Purdue. 67-63, at Lafayette, Ind.
The victory gave the Hawkeyes
a 4-1 league record and kent
them hot on the neeis or Illi Illinois
nois Illinois (4-0) In the blazing Big Ten
Purdue seemed on the way to
an upset triumph when three
baskets by Joe Sexson in less
than a minute gave-the Boiler Boilermakers
makers Boilermakers a 58-49 margin. But
Iowa battled back to a 63-63 tie
with 1:55 to Dlav and then BUI
Losan's basket put the -Hawk-
eyes in front to say. Aueie Mar Mar-tel's
tel's Mar-tel's eoal with three seconds left
was the clincher snd Iowa won.
67-63. Logan had 21 noints, Sex Sex-son
son Sex-son 23. Purdue could have tak taken
en taken over second nlnce in the con confer
fer confer rp by winning.
Robin Freemen, the nation's
second highest scorer, hiah hiah-liohted
liohted hiah-liohted another Bin Ten acme
with 30 points as he led Ohio
Slate to a 91-42 rout of North Northwestern.
western. Northwestern. The victory gave Ohio
Stote a 10-.T overall record ad
a He pr third nine with Indi Indiana
ana Indiana in the Big Ten.
In a Missouri Valley Confcr Confcr-ptvtp
ptvtp Confcr-ptvtp miti Houston downed
Tulsa 71-62, in overtime, out out-soorinf
soorinf out-soorinf Tulsa in the extra ses session,
sion, session, 11-2.
SCORING HI4H J
Lawrence, Kans. (NEA) Guard
Maurice King of the Kansas bask basketball
etball basketball teem climbed to personal
scoring highs in three successive
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield 7, Carta Vieja 2
TONIGHT'S GAME (Olympic Stadium)
Carta Vieja-(Monahan 3-2) vs. Spur Cola (Trice 5-4);
Game Time: 7:30
Revised Pro League
: y ...... r
24 Tnpsrtav Part a Vlpfo
Wednesday Chesterfield vs Spur Cola.
Thursday Carta Vieja vs Spur Cola (3:00 p.m.)
Friday Carta Vieja vs Chesterfield.
Saturday Chesterfield vs Carta Vieja.
Sunday Spur Cola vs Carta Vieja 13;00 p.m.).
30 Monday Carta Vieja vs Spur Cola.
Spur Cola vs Carta Vieja.
31 Tuesday Chesterfield vs Carta Vieja.
1 Wednesday Spur Cola vs. Chesterfield.
2 Thursday Chesterfield vs Spur Cola.
3 Friday Carta Vieja vs Spur Cola (2).
4 Saturday Carta Vieja vs Chesterfield.
5 Sunday ALL-STAR GAME (3:00 p.m.).
Monday Spur Cola y Chesterfield (2).
Taxes Causing Boxers
To Work On 'Angles'
By STEVE SNIDER
United Press Sports Writer
NEW YORK Pri7 fiirMrs
generally don't worry much but
most of the smart ones in the
trade today are deeply concern concerned
ed concerned with finding a way to' keep
both the wolf and the income
tax man away from the door
when their boxinsr riav are
Thev'rft nlannin ni rlptvina
already into all unrts nt stria.
lines ranging from a weight re reducing
ducing reducing method to gas stations
anu unaeriaKing panors.
The widely publicized tax
woes of Joe Louis and Sugar
Ray Robinson haunt all the
wiser ones in the business and
none of them wants a similar
headache. Louis and Sugar
Ray both were forced out of
retirement by financial rea reasons
sons reasons though the old rockin'
chair beckoned. Robinson fi finally
nally finally made it back but Joe
The most active business man
boxer is ancient Archie Moore,
the one most likely to be need needing
ing needing outside earnings the soon soonest.
est. soonest. Archie, 38, has numerous
ventures, some past, others pre
sent and still more cooking in
the future. For one thine he'd
Mke to capitalize on his knack
oi "making the weight."
"I have a reducing secret,"
Archie insists, "and I'm saving
it for tne market when I retire
from the ring."
It's no secret that hfr can pare
off the pounds nearly as fast
as he loads them on. But Archie
is an old leg-puller from way
back, and whether he has a
marketable system in his secret.
Moore, however, has a hand
In the restaurant business, a
phonograph record store and
is a baiked of a band billed as
"Lucky Thompson's Sweet and
Suave Music." That's only part
Welterweight champion Car Carmen
men Carmen Basilio has a fancy new
filling station near the newly o o-pened
pened o-pened New York.thruway in his
home town. Canastota, N.Y., and
has relatives operating it f o r
him while he continues his ring
Ezzard Charles, still cutting
up a few fight purses, will have
several things going for him
when he hangs up his initts.
Ez has a gymnasium in Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati and is a landlord with
rentable housing in a 1 w a y s s-Jammed
Jammed s-Jammed New York.
Frankie Ryff, a lightweight,
has a cleaning establishment in
the Bronx and Joey Klein, a
welterweight, finally decided to
quit when a newspaper distrib distributorship
utorship distributorship in Brooklyn began to
pay more than his fighting fist
Joey Maxim, who had a cou couple
ple couple of delicatessens in Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, sold out for a neat profit
and is looking for a new ven venture.
Wallace (Bud) Smith, whose
father-in-law is an undertak undertaker,
er, undertaker, wants tq invest in a new
mortuary. Bobo Olson has in invested
vested invested in property.
Rocky Marciano, extremely
quiet about his finances, brief briefly
ly briefly was in the restaurant busi business
ness business in Florida but now is stick sticking
ing sticking to real estate.
Sugar Ray, with Ray Robin Robinson
son Robinson .Enterprises.,,, probably has
the., biggest batch, of invest investments
ments investments of all with a block of
Harlem in his name. But Susar
Ray, like a lot of us, is a man
with a passion for orchid-colored
Won Lost Pet.
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14 13 .519
w. Snur rnlo
Cinly. difference is. he buyij
By HERBERT MOISI
Colon, R.P. we regret that
we have to b rhi hitter i
commentaries just after returning
from a self-imnnseri rniu n
f.ver ince we began this coiumn,
tki 1 L. a i. V
"ice u3 ueen no iignt that we
have been to in Panama that
something screwy didn't happen.
What happened Sunday night in
the semi-final and the main event
left us so surprised that the ef ef-fects
fects ef-fects will long be felt.
In our opinion, Claudio Martines
should have been declared the win winner,
ner, winner, but the official verdict was
and will be in the records as a
draw. The old saying which states
that its useless to cry over spilled
milk is well remmembered in thig
corner. But just talking over these
things should be an incentive to
those concerned to do better or
should we say, do the right thing
at their next opportunity.
' After ten sensational rounds, Isi Isi-dro
dro Isi-dro Martinez and Rodolfo Francis
finished in a dead heat both dead
beat and harassed from the grurel grurel-ling
ling grurel-ling 30 minutes of fighting. The
result prompted us to take a sur survey
vey survey at ringside and believe it or
not, only two of the' 18 writers,
announcers, ring officials (except
the judges) and the honor guest
National Guard Commander Boli Boli-var
var Boli-var Vallarino, could see Rodolfo
Francis getting even a draw.
Ino ur unofficial scoring, we had
Martinez as the winner 96 to 90.
What did make the difference ac according
cording according to our scorecard, was the
fifth round activity whereing Mar
tinez naa irancis in pretty poor
shape but failed to land the coup-de-grace.
In that three-minute fracas,
ringside observers saw The Bobo
floored by, the Colon Hurricane on only
ly only to have his trip to the canvas
go by unnoticed 'officially.'- We
watched referee Pinzon start his
count, look over toward the knock knockdown
down knockdown timekeeper who at that time
was looKing away from the ring,
then stop counting, wipe Francis
glove and signalled the boys back
In our opinion Tinzon reached
four in his count It struck us as
strange that the mandatory eight
count did not come into play
here. Questioned after the fight a a-bout
bout a-bout this, Pinzon admitted to us
(Jefferson Jossph, Tom as Alberto
Cupas and this writer) that he
did start to count but stopped
when he was nnahlA tn nirlt nn tha
; count from thje KD timekeeper.
unuer uie prevailing conditions,
Pinzon's action could but should
not be condoned. He as well as
the KD timekeeper should be re reprimanded
primanded reprimanded for negligence. Pinzon
for failing to determine- on his
own,: what is a KD and what is
not. He is the sole judge of that.
Perhaps he was under the delusion
that the KD timekeeper determin determines
es determines this and gives the count at the
He should be told that the KD
timekeeper's duty is only to strike
the canvas to signify the passing
of the seconds and not to give the
count. In other words, alter the
referee gets the count from him,
he just strikes the canvas as the
seconds go by and not give any
All in all promoter Torres shoulii
be given an applause for preset!:.,,
a very good card. We f.et the im impression
pression impression from watchkig the Pa Panama
nama Panama Commission that they spp
not serious in what they do. W!
TUESDAY. JANUARY 2!. 1535
TH2 PANAMA AMERICAN AN tSZT.TZSDtST DAIIY NEWSFAFTa
1 "' : "'.' i 1 '?MBaM-a.- .bl.. zzrs, ,,
: i.-: : :
TWELVE YEAR OLD GIRLS free style relay team and record
holders of this event. Left to right: H. Spector J. Felps B.
Barlett, C. Holmes winners of the Police Association Balboa
Branch Trophies In the Gamboa Civic Council Swim Meet.
These girls will be entered In the February 21 Annual Swim Meet,
Now that our people have shaken' off the Initial glow of
thtir emotional binge over th lovely Grace and her- prince, it
is comforting to note their reawakened interest In Dalatron. It
speaks well for the stability of things. v
You remember, Data, of course the electric egghead that
made the football experts look pretty sad by correctly predict predicting
ing predicting the winners in all the major Bowl games New Years Day.
" parenthetically, it is only fair to admit that the vacuum
tube crew cut had an immeasurable advantage to begin with,'
being totally unencumbered by a human mind, or any similar
enfeeblements Indigenous to man.
Thpr nrft reniiests for a more detailed biography of Data,
and reader Emmett Tulley's curiosity even runs to biology. The
Scarsdale (N. Y.) scholar is doing a treatise on todois ana
wonders whether the world of gadgetry recognizes gender.
"In short is a creature such as the Incredible Datalron
addressed as "Mr.," "Mrs.," "Miss," or crudely and indiscriminate indiscriminately,
ly, indiscriminately, simply, as "it."
Mr. Tulley does not intend frivolity. Bob Jones called his
putter "Calamity Jane." To Walter Johnson there was no high higher
er higher compliment than to be saluted as "The Big Train." Baseball's
power hitters have affectionate intimate names for their bats.
Charles Lindberg made no distinction between his plane and hlm hlm-kclf
kclf hlm-kclf "We flew the Atlantic." 'T. ;';
. "There's a strange ferment at work here," Mr. Tulley dourly
writes. "I interpret it as man's pathetic willingness yea, even
eagerness to cast his lot with the robots. And It just might
turn out to be the smartest thing he ever did."
' The shuddery threat that Datatron may turn the press boxes
of the nation into pigeon lofts brings no malicious glee to the
heart of barrister' Joseph Healy of Covington, Ky., for architec architectural
tural architectural and sanitary reasons, If for no other, he would not wel welcome
come welcome it.' :'.' -.
"' "Bnl. mhv lot rialo njacfo hla
football games," writes Mr, Healy. Give him some truly noble
work to do,, like picking horses. v
"You mention a Dr. Martin Klein, who apparently owns,
managers or trains Data. I wonder if the doctor realizes that
he can do the common man more good than a thousand Ford
Foundations and by the common man, I mean the $2 bettor.
Would the doctor like to retire to a picturesque chalet in the Swiss
Alps, with more money than he can spend, even tf he outstays
Methuselah? A few of my clients, a distinguished Judge and,
of course, an Influential politico contemplate putting a syn
"We don't don't care what the
f to hire Data for one afternoon's
at Churchill Downs next spring.
"How does that old cabaret hymn go? Data, data. . data,
data. . Jingle, jingle, jingle. And in golden notes, too."
THE DOCTOR WRITES
Weirdly eerie is Data. Please consider this: Here's a letter
from the California doctor himself, and without anyone putting
the question on to him, or even mentioning avarice In any par particular,
ticular, particular, he coldly writes:
i t "We have formed the Society
to Bookmakers,'-to allay fears that an electronic wire service is
in the making. . and this, in spite of the fact horse racing is
probably one of the easiest things Datatron could forecast.
"You raised the question about breaks of the game, and
whether such factors are computable. They are, and in fore forecasting
casting forecasting the Bowl games, due allowances were made for what you
describe as "the caprice of fortune." Keep in mind, in this con connection,
nection, connection, that the National Safety Council has" had uncommon
success for years in predicting traffic accident totals."
A check was enclosed in another letter, this one requesting
back copies of an earlier story on Data from this space. . "it
made us feel very proud to read it," wrote Tobias Klein, of Coral
Gables, Fla., the young doctor's dad, as you must have guessed.
(ronlno nn eiifh slIIV t.hlrlffcr OS
doctor's price is. We just want
work at the mutuel windows
for the Prevention of Cruelty
By MURRAY OLD ERMAN
NEW YORK (NEA) Basketball
players are not freaks.
There s a sizeable segment ol
on' sports populace that looks
with derision on the over-sized
gents who gangle up and down
slatted floors and airily dismisses
them as non-athletic goons. Yet
these same characters rhapsodize
over a little pellet and try to
stroke it into a hole.
Well,:' they ought to see George
Mikan, all 6-11 of him. unlimber
his massiveness into the stroke
of a golf ball. He'll outdrive most
of the pros.
George's sidekick, 6-10 Clyde
Lovellette, doesn't look like a
Ballet Russe type with his hay hay-shaking
shaking hay-shaking shamble, but around
Tcrre Haute, Ind., they say there
never was a smoother operator
around first base.
Mora than ont of the transom transom-tailored
tailored transom-tailored lopers in the National
Basketball Association could have
made it in baseball. Dick Rick Rick-etts
etts Rick-etts of the Rochester Rovals
doesn't know yet whether to be a
pitcher of basketballs or baseballs.
High-scoring Neil Johnston of
the Philadelphia Warriors shifted
to the hardwood only after his
pitching arm went dead.
The New York football Giants
still are after Ed Kalafat of the
Minneapolis Lakers, an end great
in Montana high school circles.
The Lakers' Dick Schnittker was
a starting Rose Bowl end for
Ohio State. Junior Stephens of
the St. Louis Hawks put in a sea season
son season of football at Notre Dame.
Tom Gola of the Warriors was
the Pennsylvania prep quarter-
mile champ, swung a heavy stick
as a first baseman and tries his
hand on the gridiron.
Jack Gaerga went fe Notre
Dame as a T quarterback and
served an apprenticeship in the
Philadelphia Athletics' system as
a catcher. Carl Braun of the New
York Knicks was a minor league
pitcher who's been thinking of
becoming a golf pro.
Walt Davis of the Warriors is
the same leaper who won the 1952
Olympic Games high jump. Bob
Pettit of the Hawks won his letter
at Louisiana State in track.
Dick Groat made up his
I to play shortstop for the Pirates
! after a basketball whirl with Fort
Wayne. Bill Sharman found flip flip-I
I flip-I ping one-handers for the Boston
(Celtics more lucrative than. strug struggling
gling struggling through the Dodeers' chain.
Let Otto Graham leu you now
football never gave him the kicks
he got as an All-America and
All-Pro in basketball!
Twelfth of 16 illustrated and In
structive articles written for NEA
The Panama American
By SYLVIA WENE
Match Game Champion
ENTER all the tournaments you
Be certain that each league and
tournament you compete In is
sanctioned by the Women's In
ternational Bowline Congress.
Tournaments are fun, grand
experience and improve your
game. Those arranged by classes
or on a handicap basis are espe
cially good for the average keg keg-lcr
lcr keg-lcr because every girl stands a
fair chance of winning. Recom
mended are those conducted by
City and State Associations and,
of course, the big annual WIBC
Tournament, this year's edition
of which is scheduled for Mi
SILVERWARE The 709 Club
Award is one of Sylvia Wene's
pets because it means so ntuctv
The WIBC sanction is a guar guarantee
antee guarantee that prize money will be
paid as advertised. It safeguard
against phony operators and eirls
with unfair averages.
Everything said about the Wl-
EC pertains to tha American JUiwUii.
mg Congress for men.
CARDBOARD ATTACK Huehie Devore manipulates cutout
.Coach Devore, hopei to do better
npism'fl Tf f .Trine el
is ineligible for the NCAA cham
pionship playoffs, what about Day
ton i seven-foot Bill Uhl?... a five-
year collegian who played -varsity
basketball as an Ohio Satate fresh freshman
man freshman and now is rounding out his
third varsity campaign for the
r lycrs. .
A big shakeup In the operation,
of Churchill Downs rumorad for
'57 ... same track also wants to
get Nashua and Swaps together
again this year, with $150,000 in
the kilty, ,
' The emotional trouble which
caused Ohio State's high-scoring
Robin Freeman tJ quit in midsea midsea-son
son midsea-son last year summed from a
nlinhia apniiiKt wrun:iini his an.
, o -rro ....
minoikle claimed he rouldn't Pet
the feel of the floor..,; The little
Buckeye is so Intense about his
performances he's been known to
borrow and study movies of future
opponents for some little charac characteristic
teristic characteristic that'll shake him loose. ...
A email college sleeper the.
basketball pros are scanning
closely with closed mouths is
Chester Webb; 'a" 6-7 smoothie
from Georgia Teachers..,.
Thv kv th Hamivpr Rank
which peddled Nashua- and thei8lamO"ze the Miami International
Belair Stud Stock via scaled bids I League franchise is the same gent
lost a million dollars by not con-1 who saved Ed Furgol for golf ...
ductina an open auction.... Two
bidders would have gone at least
a quarter of a million higher for
Nashua.,.. -: -. Z ...
Jack Georgt, ktyte th Phi Philadelphia
ladelphia Philadelphia Warriors' phenomenal
rise, was lost to baseball when the
Philadelphia Athletics (he was
a promising catcher) wanted to
farm him out too far from home.
That Otto Grasham Scholarship
Fund established to jack up North Northwestern
western Northwestern football was augmented
by $l(000 scooped up in a locker locker-room
room locker-room collection by his Cleveland
Brown teammates ... with Paul
Brown chipping in $100.,.. Don Kel Kel-Jett,
Jett, Kel-Jett, who runs the Baltimore Colts,
was baseball's original bonus ba baby,
by, baby, plucked out of the University
of Pennsylvania by the Red Sox
in 1934. . v
If iranical that tht only wa.
Bob Uoubrregs could make it in
pro basketball was to discard,
i ''Ssh &
with the flesh-and-blood variety
. Robin Freeman
except for rare spots, the sweep sweeping
ing sweeping hook that brought him All All-America
America All-America fame at Washingtin....
The Sid Salomon who brought
Bill Vecck back to baseball to
y i"'ig mm as me ciud pro at
Westwood in St. Louis when the
grind of the tour (and no doigh)
had discouraged Ed to such an
extent that the man destined to
win the U.S. Open was thinkin of
quitting. ... .' ', ".
Andra McLaughlin, who shakes
and shimmies in the ice show ex extravaganza,
travaganza, extravaganza, is a Carol Channing
on skates, .
Are the danger signals blinking
W V T 11. I. 11 il. I
ior joe LapcnicK, wno puns me
switch for the New York Knick'sc
... Bob Cousy, pro basketball's
road show, has a reputation for
loafing on defense.. Al cervt says
George Mikan has to be only half
effective to help the Laicers. ...
Between you'n'me, the NCAA
moguls so worried about fottball
recruiting, and doing nothing
about it, should look at the re reported
ported reported lure of a Southeastern
power 20 sleek autos. ..
fleures of PhiladelDhia Eaeles.
in the National Football League..
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (NEA)
with six seniors, a host of sopho
mores and several good ones com coming
ing coming up from the freshmen. North
Carolina should be much stronger
in Jim Tatum's first year next fall.
The material is here and with it
speed. The trouble is that Big Jim
latum has a schedule to match.
It includes Oklahoma, Notre
Dame, Maryland, Duke and Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, top powers, plus Virginia,
North Carolina Stale, Georgia,
Wake Forest and South Carolina.
Tatum is famous as a play mak maker
er maker and defensive coach and the
quarterback situation looks consid considerably
erably considerably brighter. Three fine soph
signal-callers Buddy Sasser, Da Davie
vie Davie Reed and Ron Marquette
will be back with a year of varsity
experience under their betls.
MILWAUKEE. Wis. (NEA)
Sophomores Jay Schauer and John
Glaser were instrumental in icaa icaa-inff
inff icaa-inff Marouette to a 10-4 record in
the first semester of basketb a 1 1
Hilltopper followers see both
making All-America before they
"I wouldn't trade one for the
other," says Coach Jack Nagle.
"While there are differences in
their styles, both fit into the gen general
eral general pattern."
The similarity starts with size.
Schauer stands 6-5, weighs 205
pounds. Glaser is an inch shorter
and 10 pounds lighter.
ttiAT.EAlf. Fla. (NEAl-So zeal
ously does Bob Ussery finish that
experienced horsemen ran the
19-year-old with the late Georgie
(The Tremanl Woolf.
The young Oklahoman's riding Is j
similar to that of anomer come-from-bchind
jockey, the veteran
Ussery is anything but chicken
when it comes to either going
through a hole or losing his chance
He's an excellent judge of pace.
good with the. win, capable of
switch itting and has confidence.
Ussery, who beat Willie Hartack
for the jockey title at Tropical
Park, started riding quarter hors horses
es horses In Texas when he was 10.
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their Big Ten free throw record of
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Editor: CQNRADO SARCEANT
Maybe Young Filipinos
Are Watching TV, Too
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA)- Whatever
became of all the good FUipono
That thought ran through near-
oldtimers' minds while Flash Elor- Tavw ,hBVi'Vagf,baUleJvlt
de was making his plucky stand 'r rar th? lerre Hau"e Ter Ter-against
against Ter-against Sandy Saddler in the showli, "i.1Uw.aukca'
televised from San Francisco
But, then, whatever became
all the good fighters oeriod?
Maybe the young Filipino pro
spects are watching TV. too.
Anyway, there is little or no
work for them now in this coun country,
try, country, where the smaller classes are
The Philippines shipped boat boatloads
loads boatloads of excellent and pleasing
scrappers to the United States in
the 1920's and '30's.
They were too courageous for
their own good. Dencio Cabanela
dropped dead in a Sydney ring in
1921, when he seemed to have the
war-torn French hero, Eugene Cri-
?e"i ST for knockout 10 thc!in Australia
Pancho Villa, perhaps the best
of the entire lot, died from blood
poisoning 10 days aaer boxing
Jimmy McLarnin in 1 Oakland,
Calif., in 1925. He climbed into
the ring with his jaw swollen out
of all proportion as the result of
an infected tooth.
A TREMENDOUS SHOWMAN,
a sprinter who could go a route,
Villa knocked out Jimmy Wilde
to win the world flyweight cham championship.
pionship. championship. Only Jack Dempsey and
performers such as Benny Leon-
Along The Fairways
There was a very good turn turnout
out turnout of girls for the monthly
tournament held at Summit Hills
Golf Club on Saturday. We all
enjoyed ourselves thoroughly.
The prizes were lovely, thanks to
the generosity of many of the
members of Summit Club.
The prizes were taken as fol
lows: Cleo Burns low gross ol
79, low nets In the following or
der: M. Tubbs 65,- E. Cherry 69.
P. Montanye 70. S. Carpenter 70,
J. Morris 71, C. Bishop 71, J.
Clare 71, E. Mathleson 71 H.
Serger 74, L. Knuth 74, C. Purdy
74, K. Call 75, E. Judson 75, F.
Twomev 75, Faye Day 75. P.
Dannlell 76. E. Perantie 76, .B.
Fish 76. M. Betters 76, B; Hughe3
76, J. Stlrewalt 76. v
A business meeting followed
the play. It was unanimousily a-
fsnri trt make Kva Jones an
honorary life time member of
The lnterclub championship
matches com eun next month in
conjunction with the PWGA
tournament. Check your sports
page for lineups and teeoff time.
r.ni.FTNfi GOSSIP FROM THE
AMADOR LADIE S
The Blind Bogey Tournament
piavcd last Thursday-mornins
ended in a two way tie for first
place, between Irene Robinson,
who shot a net 75, and Pearl
Slmms. also net 75.
Bobbl Hushes and Penny Da Da-nlell,
nlell, Da-nlell, with net 74s and Bfla Fish
and Eleanor Greene with net
78s tied for fourth place. Ma Marian
rian Marian Ttthbs won the low putts
competition. ; ?
The tournament to be plaved
next Thursday, will he a Flflg
Tournament. Lady golfers from
the Panama Golf Club ar re reminded
minded reminded that they are always
welcome at Fort Amador on
It has also been announced
that Ladies' Day will be resum resumed
ed resumed at the Panama Golf Club -jv-ery
Tuesday mornins and Ama Amador
dor Amador golfers are invited to attend
with play beginning at 6:30 a.m.
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ard were better fistic attraction!
m America than Pancho the Pun Pun-cho
cho Pun-cho throughout a period of three
Clever Scnclo, a corking ban-
-,,uS warriors rareiy
weigh as much as 130 pounds, but
tcferino Garcia grew to be a mid mid-dlewight.
dlewight. mid-dlewight. Indeed, Garcia, who in.
troduced the so-called bolo punch,
twice bid for the welter wreath
against Barney Ross and Henry
Armstong. He won the New York
version of the middleweight title
by knocking out Fred Apostili in
1939, lost it a year later in 15
rounds to Ken Ovcrlin.
Lope Tcnorio campaigned as a
welter in this country from 1D27
through '32. '.,. i
THERE WAS NO GREATER
source of talent than the Philippine
Islands, Silvino Jamho was one of
the earlier ones, a favorite feather
m Australia. Elino Flprcs a 130-
pounder; came to this country with
Villa and set a burning pace. John Johnny
ny Johnny Datto. a feather who ennM
I knock the other guy's block off,
uiu jusi inai irom iai to 33.
Pete Sarmiento, Young National.-,
ista '-and Johnny Hill were famous
Filipino bantams of the mid-'20's.7
Then came Speedy Dadobantam
and Ignacio Fernandez, feather
Small Montana fastened a hold"
on the flyweight title by beating
Midget Wolgast in '35.
The restoration of the smaller
classes in this country might bring
back the more accomplished Fili
pino fighter, but, quick now, give-
me the names of the eurrent worlds
bantam ami flyweight champions.
For your information.' they arei
respectively, Robert C o h e n, f
French Moroccan, and 1'ascual Pe-;-
rp7 flu Ar0Hitiniun
But that's not going to keep the?
tans ot this country away liom
their television sets.
TODAY! ,60 & .30
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ARTICLE NUMBER 5
By RICHARD A. MULLENS
Writttn for NEA Service
WITH COTDorate earninnt an A
WASHINGTON. Jan. 24 CUP)
The Air Force announced to
! day it is sending: F-100 Super
' Sabre supersonic jet fightecs,
holder of the world's orficial
speed record, to Europe to bol
ster NATO defenses against any
. Within a few days Super Super-Sabres
Sabres Super-Sabres will start replacing
Sabres in overseas tactical un unfits.
fits. unfits. Inasmuch as there are seven
snuadrons of Sabres in Europe,
the move indicates that at leasw
175 Super-Sabres eventually will
be flown overseas to replace
The action marks the first
assignment of such vlanrs to
' overseas bases. The buper
Sahre is an 800 to-900 mnh
ffhter nlane and holds he
established world's speed rec record
ord record of 822 mph.
The Air Force said th first
"let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1956
LONDON, Jan. 24 (UP) The
Communist Chinese government
today rejected a United States
charge that the Peiping govern government
ment government was holding the "threat
of war" over the current Sino Sino-American
American Sino-American talks in Geneva.
A statement issued hv the via a
Suoer-Sabres will leave Wrr.eri Chinese Ministry of Foreign Af.
,Pobblns Air Force Pase in Oeor-ffalrs and broadcast by Peiping
pia "late mis monm, nywg w,iuio saia it was "deemed ne-
't hreat Of War Charge By U
Re jected By Chinese Commies
, Europe via Labrador and Ice-
. land.' :'
; It predicted they will "prove a
maior factor in bolstering
NATO's defense forces."
All of the Sabre day fiehter
sauadrons in the Eurooean thea theater
ter theater will change to the Super Super-,Sabres
,Sabres Super-,Sabres in about six months, the
Air Force said.
f It was announced previously
Ithat Super Sabres assigned to
!the Tactical Air Command in
.this country can carry atomic
,..-.- Presumably those being nt
i to Europe also are capable of
' delivering nuclear weapons.
. The Super-Sabre Is a descend descendant
ant descendant of the Sabre, which gained
its fame in the Korean War. it
is believed faster than the Rus Russians
sians Russians Mig-17 and. as far as it
Jtnown, was the world's first
nunersonlc combat plane.
." The super-sanre, witn its
sharply sweptback wings, can
Operate above 50.000 feet, or a a-!bout
!bout a-!bout 5000 feet higher than the
1 Sabre. It carries 20 millimeter
fcuns. The Sabre is armed with
,50 caliber machine guns.
The Air Porce said the Super Super-ISabre
ISabre Super-ISabre can operate lrom any
European base chosen by Gen.
Alfred M. Gruenther, NATO
The first plane will go to the
45th Squadron at Sldi Sllmane
Air Base, French Morocco be
cause of excellent flying weath weather
er weather there. The 45th will serve is
the training squadron for pilots
of other units.
While the Super-Sabre is
the fastest fighter this coun country
try country has in combat units, still
faster planes are expected be before
fore before the end of this year and
In succeeding years.
Aviation sources said today
that the F-101 Voodoo fighter,
one or the jets' marked for
production speedup, has topped
a speed or 1000 mpn in test
In addition, the F104 daytime
fighter is believed to have reach reached
ed reached a speed, of 1320 mph.
Put it will be at least a year
before these planes join combat
cessary to refute" the U S.
charge, which was made in an
American statement from Wash Washington
ington Washington last Saturday.
T1ieuChJ?e.se statement ae-1 heads the American delegation 'embargo
cused the Un ted state. of "Hp
liberate procrastination and ob obstruction"
struction" obstruction" on the Geneva agen agenda
da agenda Items of discussion concern
ing tne west s embargo on trade
at the Geneva talks.
and the question of
Wang y preparations
Ping-Nan, Communist Chinese negotiations at a higher level."
AmhaccaHrtl" in Dnlinrl io rVat 'Xtfn Vi n ,A tUn.i knA nUL 4A
liuiuuuuuuui tu a uiaiiU) io ViiiwA ; nui iiavc llicy UCUIl CLU1C tU
of the Peiping delegation. reach agreement on the
"For more than four months ,tion of renunciation of the use
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 24 (UP)
Tne district attorney investi
gating the deadly Santa Fe train
wreck nere said today he had
found no evidence of criminal
negligence in the smashup
which killed 29 persons.
S. Ernest Roll, the district at attorney,
torney, attorney, said he planned no cri criminal
minal criminal action of any kind at tne
present time and indicated a
mechanical failure may have
been responsible for the wreck.
A thorough Investigation was
piannea before Feb. 3 when an
inquest will be held and all evi evidence
dence evidence presented to a grand Jury.
Tentative plans were made for
at least three other official In
mere was some evidence a
'dead man's control" emergen emergency
cy emergency device failed to function when
RENO, Nev., Jan. 24 (UP) A
19-year-old airman :, was killed
-last weekend In a barracks at
Stead Air Force Base while play playing
ing playing Russian roulette
rrtt ..i.ii... . .
i ne vicum was wentined as
Erie M. Latham, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Vincent Ernest Latham of
Hulmeville, Pa. .
William Raggio, assistant Ya Ya-shoe
shoe Ya-shoe county district attorney,
said Latham and three other
airmen were discussing a hunt hunting
ing hunting trio Saturday afternoon In
One of the four placed a sin single
gle single shell in a .22 cartridge re revolver,
volver, revolver, spun the chamber and
handed it to Latham, Raggio
said. The airman put the gun ti
the side of his head and nulled
the trigger. The weapon dis discharged,
charged, discharged, killing him instantly.
RP Farmers Haled
!nfo Court For
Culling (Z Jungle
Eleven men found clearing
new-growth lungle a half mile
Inside the Canal 'Zone line and
west of the. K-10 road, were ar
rested by Canal Zone police ves ves-treday
treday ves-treday morning and arraigned
In Balboa Magistrate's Court.
All are residents of NuevoEm NuevoEm-perador,
perador, NuevoEm-perador, near the town of Paja.
The men are rarmers who had
planned to plant the cleared
area. They explained to the
judge that the farmland on their
side of the line, was "worned
AH pleaded guilty to the
charge of wilfully and unlawful unlawfully
ly unlawfully cutting down new timber
standing on the land land-Two
Two land-Two of the leaders, Martin
Gasas, a 78-year old Spaniard,
and Prudenclo Sianca. 44. Pan
amanian, were fined $10 each.
Both men were also sentenc-j
ed to 10 days' in Jail, as were
wie omer nine in jaii. But an tne tram left the track as it
jau Bcniences were suspended nurtied around a dangerous
yu"uiuui inau wiere De no curve at 71 miles an hour
similar offenses for a period of Fireman Homer Smith told
chief deputy district attorney
Adolph Alexander that the en engineer,
gineer, engineer, Frank Parrish, threw the
train into emergency "and noth nothing
ing nothing happened." .....
t The emergency device would
theoretically stop the train auto automatically.
matically. automatically. It is controlled by a
pedal which the engineer must
keep depressed with his1 foot at
all times while the train is in
operation, snouid an engineer
uunause. ne wouin ra 1 a w a v
iiuni me neaai ann re easo thP
Master mechanic W. L. Hueb-
ner saia a sale speed on the
curve wnere the two-car train
overturned would have been 40
nines an nour.
The train's speed tarje, which
mechanically records its speed
showed that the dlesel train ws
traveling "approximately (70
miles an hour," the raUroad re reported
ported reported after H. K. Lanning, me mechanical
chanical mechanical research engineer from
its Topeka, Kans., headquarters
emuieQ me tape.
ihe railroad's report of Its
speed evaluation confirmed a
United Press report that the
train had been traveling at a a-bout
bout a-bout 71 miles an hour when it
hit the curve on which It un unset.
set. unset. :
t All but one of the 29 victims
have been identified, Coroner E.
a. winstaniey reported. ... The
identification took! the- entire
night and most of the next da"
because of the mangled condi condition
tion condition of many of the victims He
reported the victims --were'-14
women, 12 men and Ihree boys
Engineer Frank B. Parrish. 'ej'
said immediately following the
accident that he must have
communist Onina and the the Ppininc hrnaHpost. :iM 'nf fnri rskH hi; th Imnln
question of raising the current: "owing to the deliberate pro- side after having discussed the
crastlnation and obstruction by question for more than three
the American side, the two months," a spokesman for the
sides have not been able to Red Chinese Foreign Ministry
enter into discussion of the sub- said.
stance of the two subjects put! The U". S. statement issued in
forward by the Chinese side." Washington Jan. 21 said that
Peiping radio listed the two Red China was holding the
"threat of war" over the Geneva
talks by refusing to renounce
the use of force in the. Taiwan
(Formosa) area. The American
statement followed an earlier
Red Chinese. allegation last' week
mat tne United States was
dragging out the Sino-American
lanes at Geneva,
talks to a higher level.
American and Red Chinese
negotiators have been meeting
in Geneva since last fall In an
attempt to relax Far East tension.
I U. Alexis Johnson. U. S. Am
bassador to Czechoslovakia,' subjects as "the question of the
No Criminal Negligence Seen
In Deadly Santa Fe Smash-Up
the stock market at new highs in
ioa, a record number of taxDav
cis win De reporting dividend in
come on their tax returns. This
article of the Primer takes up the
piumems oi reporting dividends
and interest income
The schedules on Form 1040 for
"Ming dividends and interest have
been moved from page 2 to page
3, but otherwise there is little
change in their appearance.
Undtr th new tax law which
want into afftct In 154, tha first
50 of taxabla dividtndi racaivad
by aach individual taxpayar it
axcludad from incoma. That
maant it it not taxad. i
. On a joint return, each spouse
eriuuea io me 50 exclusion
on dividends received by him or
Where married persons living
(These. will help yqu-
kept AllOu Dividend
ill,. I :
-VO KEEP A
I5THI5 MVIh4TREST f0(3,
in community property states are come of husband iJwf. i, !u
entitled to divide dividends be-er .ioiTor a.
tween themselves, even though filed.
P0N'T F0R5ETTO REPORT
SAVINGS ACCOUNT I NTEREST
EARNED N 1Q55...
all the stock is owned by one of
them, each spouse can exclude $50
or a total of $100 of the dividends
received Dy tnem in 1955
in non-community prope r t y
To 70-Mile Speed
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP)
Rep. Walter Norblad (R-Ore.)
proposed today that Congress
pass a law to make It Impossible
for anyone to drive an auto automobile
mobile automobile faster than 70 miles an
He said in a statement he Is
"exploring every legal means" to
empower the federal government
either to, prohibit the manufac manufacture
ture manufacture of autos capable of sDeeds
of more than 70 miles an hour
or to require car owners to put
gvoernors on their autos. f
Norblad said any legislation
"would, of course, have exception-
for ambulances, police
Automobiles and similar emer emergency
gency emergency vehicles.";, v ; j
"I attended the automobile
show In Washington last week,"i
he said, "and was shocked to see
the emphasis, the sales talk, and
the advertising was all on the
greater speed and horsepower of
tne new automobiles.
He said one salesman told him
his company's car was capable
of speeds' up to 160 miles an
nour. -Another bragged he had
driven a popular medium-priced
auto at 100 miles an hour, the
"blacked out" when he hit the
Mayor Poulson said among the
things he wanted explained wasi
why "the oldest men are run-I
nmg tne lastest trains." Parrish
nas a record of 37 years of serv
ice witn tne railroad.
; The wreck took place within
100 yards of the Redondo Junc
tion roundhouse but It was near
ly tnree hours before the first
car couia pe luted to the tracks
ana tne mangled remains of
many oi tne dead could be
i The train was carrying a full
load of 188 passengers and a
crew oi four at the time of the
accident. It was lammed with
service personnel returning from
weekend liberty In Los Angeles.
Many of the survivors paid
tribute to the coolness of the
servicemen in aiding the injur injured
ed injured and helping them get out of
the cars. Some of the soldiers,
sailors and marines disregarded
uieir own injuries to help oth
ers before receiving first aid.
!n Jewel Robbery
JOHANNESBURG, South A
mca Jan, 24(UP) A state's
witness said today he was told
that exiled American vice lord
Lnarws "Lucky" Luciano sent
man here to be the "fence" in
$700,000 jewel robberv.
They were stolen from the home
of Mrs. Harrv ODDenheimpr
J Li 1 m .
aaugmer-m-iaw or aiamond min
ing magnate Sir Ernest Oppenhe
imer.. .'- '.-'-.'.
Percival W. Radlev said at the
trial of William L. Pearson and
Donald E. Miles that Pearson told
nim a Luciano agent wanted to
aispose oi tne loot.
Pearson also told him that the
Luciano man was in an adioinine
bathroom when seven policemen
arrested the two defendants in a
Johanesburg totel room. Radlev
; saia. ronce recovered most of the
Kalians Roll Out
Red Carpel To Fele
MONTEMARANO, Italy, Jan.
24 (UP i A brass band and
scores of cheering women turn turned
ed turned out yesterday to give a hero's
welcome to displaced racketeer
J oe Adonis, a home, town b o y
who went to the top of his pro profession
fession profession In America.
Local citizens' enthusiastically
embraced Adonis and called him
"Don Guiseppe ,' the "millonariol
Americano." Mayor Tonio : Toni
and otner city officials greeted
him on the steps of Town Hall.
The town's two federal poilce-
me,. were out in full dress uni uniform
form uniform for Adonis' inspection.
Adonis exiled himself volun
tarily from the United States to
escape a jail sentence for Der
Jury before a Senate commitr
tee. He arrived In Genoa eight
aays ago aboard a luxury liner
Adonis, who tipped waiters as
much as $10 aboard ship for
serving him a drink, promised
the mayor he would restore the
local church and contribute to
other town projects.
He later went to the cemetery
where members of his family are
buried and talked at length
with custodian Generoso Salvia.
who remembered him as a toy.1
Later he arranged with Mayor
lorn tnat salvia should bo al
loted a liter of wine a dav at
The mayor shook hands warm
ly with the 53-year-old Adonis
When he drove away the crowd
proke into cneers.
Adonis told reporters he was
enjoying his "vacation" in Italy
but said he was "homesick for
Italian police said they have
no charges against him and he
is not being watched.
that afttr iuk.
txcluiion, you still
u.v.uenas. wost distribu-
ct-1.U.iJ. r w us
'U1rs llWe divi-
eorportlon$ m jittf
wh,ch r. non-t.xabl. nd do not
Generally speaking, a corporation
advises you whenever" it makes
J !?uexci.usion C8n be claimed
on either Form 1040A or 1040. If
y.ou only show
" r'" uiviaenas wnich ex
Form l f 5P-
fn .TV"' yu report
ci ye .excIsion on line 3
of Schedule A.
Lot t suppoto
Ihe new law permits you to sub subtract
tract subtract from the ta vmi ,..ij
otherwise owe. a credit wiuai t
per cent of anv dividend in
cess of the exclusion. This credit
fnT01 be, claimed on Form
1040A, so do not use this return
if you have dividends in excess
oi me wo exclusion.
T!?t i,,t w" f0 eompoto tho
erodit it to follow Schtdulo J of
rorm tutu. a v
Note that the credit cannot ex
ceeu me lesser of the tax that
would otherwise be due from
juu, or iour per cent of your tax taxable
able taxable income. And remember,
the dividend break does not ap apply
ply apply to dividends from foreign
corporations, including Canadian
companies, or from any mutual
savings, banks or building and
loan assosications. These divi dividends
dends dividends .are reported in line 5
Schedule A on Page 3 of Form
Lk rw Uw ,,x" in
much tho timi way it tho pro pro-vioot
vioot pro-vioot law. All t.X.bl. inf., 'I
lsimutt bo reported in Sch.dul. R
Itom of Form 1040A. Mott In In-torott
torott In-torott you rectivt it taxable.
However, if you own any bonds
or securities issued by a city or
state the interest on these is not
taxed by the Federal Govern Government..
ment.. Government.. The interest on many U U-nited
nited U-nited States bonds issued prior to
March, 1, 1941, is wholly or partial
ly tax-exempt. If you hvo ny
yueh bondt, read the section under
interest" on I i k.
You must report interest on
savings end deposit; accounts
when it is credited to your ac account
count account even though it hes not
been entered in your bank book.
Interest represented by a bond
coupon should be reported in the
year when the coupon is due and
payable even though you don't
clip and cash it.
You cert report the Interest on
Defense, Wer and Savings bonds
in either of two ways.
First Way: Ignore the in
until you cash them, and then
report as interest the entii- ah
ference between what you get
and what you paid. This is the
easier way. -.Second
Way: Report the in in-terest
terest in-terest each year as it accrues.
The amount of accrued interest
can be determined from the table
on the back of the bond. It is
the difference between what you
paid and what you could cash the
bond for on Dec. 31, 1955. Sub-
tract from this any (interest you
reported from these bonds on
previous returns, and report the
rest this year. Once you start
using this method, vau nrmnt
change without first getting per-
mission from your District Di.
NEXT: Capital gains and losses.
A 1 ,,;,
ZC!ySkA9 Patrick B. McGinnis
u"lZ r "uo:iuUR".,8 expression arter a sneciai meeting nt th.
Ratroad to New iiM"' fCW Haven and Hariford
railroaa as president of the
bouthern Governors Meef In Virginia
To Discuss -Anti-Integration Strateay
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Five Southern governors prepared
today to meet for a discussion of
anu-imegrauon strategy but a
sixtn refused to call a special ses
sion oi nis legislature to tackle the
Gov. Frank Clement told dem dem-ostrators
ostrators dem-ostrators for a special session at
the Tennessee Capitol that "your
groups are the greatest allies of
me ixaai- in Dringing about in integration."
tegration." integration." Four of the governors who meet
in Richmond. Va., today repre represent
sent represent where legislatures are now
working on laws designed to a a-void
void a-void compliance with the Supreme
Court integration edict.
Virginia Gov. Thomas B. Stan Stanley
ley Stanley called the meeting last week I
Uvlthe 1..H M e ,-f
North Carolina, J. P. Coleman of
miM.-,s.ppi, ueorge Bell Timmcr
man of South Carolina' and Marv-
n-" itiii aiirnu.. I.emant 1
acores of srgregation suonnrfer. h. ;..:. JDam V.e eei tne course
converged on Nashville in :..""",ea ear"er to lea
cades from Memphis, Chattanoo
ga aim oiner points
IT a mn
in wjTi. w cnooi Doards is
that Clement call in the inn J. "!.f,orrect "PProach morally and
w nciiun o nscnools.
.They carried signs such n,, -"it.. :
"save our children from the black aatisfirrf ucmo,ilralors were not
A committee of 20 met uiiih V"t '...-j are going to hit the hk-h
ment at the Canitol and ncen.w i '. l nf "eJow. roads and flcht
peuuons io seek
Provide, if nerei
' J t II1SL lfl. nf I
necessarv iht t u .u r.'"""i "tfuonai cnairman of
V,l i Cj uic "DrO-nniHhnrnor." :'
1S ue i-unvenea irom public I tion.
to private operation
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i uo noi minK tne -mir.
action you have sui?f?esti (a
s hi me oesi interest of the peo people
ple people of Tennessee," Clement fold
me committee. And h aaa.
I believe with all mv t,..
whether 7ra 1titeit-or-n'ofrr'iour
groups are the created -.it;,.:
'-the. NAACP in bringing about in in--
- in-- tccratinn
H&rn!!r Stanlr al that the
Kichmond meeting would deal
I m. 9uMte sctuHA Problems of
" nl""'l .came Stom. tULti waerc
viiuiei wt'te dealing with
kLuV' maUcr- n(l born
win Carolina which has workrtl
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Five Major Atomic
To Resume Talks
UNITED NATIONS. N. Y.. Tan.
24 (UP) United Nations diplo diplomats
mats diplomats today expected the world's
five major atomic powers to a-
gree to resume private disarma disarmament
ment disarmament talks in London next
The U,N. disarmament com
mission met yesterday to con
stltute the United States. Great
Britain. France. Canada and the
Soviet Union a a subcommittee!
to explore disarmament nro-i
nosals with special emphasis onl
President Eisenhower s Open
Skv" aerial Inspection plan.
The five nniuere held iwn nrp-l
vlous series of Drivte talk? In
London last sprinsr and here la'st
fall without making any head
wart nivnlnet Vi Hlirarnanf niMl
t.idne rf PiiCQfa arA tYia nraaf Aty I
The Russians and the West
denounced each other's approach
to tne arms reduction problem
at yesterday's meeting.
Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr.. chief
U.S. Delegate, declared that the
Eisenhower plan would "at one
stroke free the world from the
fear of its final war."
Soviet Delegate Arkady A. SO-
boley lashed out at the plan as
a scheme for collectin gmilitary
Intelligence and accused the
western powers of "backia? out"
oT positions they previously a a-greed
greed a-greed to on disamarment.
l?l AMM WtTll
TOE BARBARIC CRUELTIES
S INFAMOUS CONQUESTS
OF, THE DARK. AGE OF
AUIBO ARTISTS prwuttt
Vinson Turns Down
Visit To Nautilus
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24' (UP)
Rep. Carl Vinson (D-Ga.), a
long-time advocate of modern
naval power, has rejected an
invitation to visit the navy's
new atomic submarine Nautilus
The 72-year-old chairman of
the House..JU-med Seivices Com Committee
mittee Committee explained that he took
a dive in a submarine back In
1917. "I was too scared to move.'.
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