The Panama American

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Material Information

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01515

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An across-the-board pay increase for local rate workers
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At the same time, in a letter dated Feb. IZ. the Gova
ernor said that for the present and the fores"elo futori
the policy of the Canal administration will be to iaeintoin
local rate wages at least at parity with those 0Wid in the
Republic of Panam6.
He observed that during the past five yexs in ,..
Republic of Panam6 wage rates have not risen. Tslsten .
there seems to have been a marked decline in averos
wages." During this period, he noted, CIen Zone local
rate wages have been. rising gradoily timiegh acrou_;
the-board increases, M.igradings of j"obsnd witbin-grde
-pronmtions.
The Governor added tIot the Ce~il will continue to
recognize skills and technical abiliJp- to the extent tlat
it is possible to utilfl the..-arviee6 those who indicte
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the silnature. oat police
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autemiobles licensed
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tbeir dependents. Depen-
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ta nabe. 40 reported that he
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oculars for more t~Win
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eattlng a blue glow hiQh
Mduafly turned red. It ias
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loved owly arose the sky.
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policy on the lI three oth
of a number of qasto ran
by ,the union dr the
few month was ounlued as fl-
lows,In a letter to Piesideat Ed-
waetd.A. Oaskin of Local $0:
"Wq have under canaidaration
for some time the points suibmit-
ted by, vout and *your colleagues
on belIf of Local M GO.CJ.
O.C.-C.O. ,at the August 28,
1952 ccference with mu lf and
staff. Althoughseveral of these
points hav e en diseased in-
ormally with you or represen-
tatives of your organization
since that date. I believe it
might be Well to summarize the
present status of these points as
follows:


com 6ble to jobq In which
-rate workers were employ-
ld In the Cabal Zone. The re-
Sof these surveys were re-
flleted in part the wage rate
hdOpted in the new schedule 0
February, 1I48;
"(d) Since that, time no ce-
ordttnatb6n has bean attempted
wth prevailing wage rates In
the Rpteublc of Panama al-
though Ithis been our obeerva-
Uion Mh4t dirinD the past fti
yWras tes in th Repubte at
Panama do not seem to be ris-
na. Instead, .there appears to
ve been a marked decline I1
average wage in the terminal
cities of the Republic. During
thtl same period. Canal Zene
1OBRl-Eat wa. ha i. -hln l...


I. The Reidlatln of the Ca- ing gradual bo thu
ribbean Wage Scale Both in cross-t-he.d increases, up-
Theory and in Practie, grading of Jobsas a a .result of
"(a) Discussion of this subject more thorough Job analysis, and
during the past several months because of withln-grade promo-
have indicated that many peo- tons. During the past 18 months,
pie do not have a clear picture for example, the average of loc-
of the basis for the policy now al-rate wages has risen over
il effect in relation to the wages eight cents an hour;
paid local-rate employee of .-the
Company and. Government. Ap- "(e) in view of the history of
pafently there is a milltakeL be- the present wage schedule and
lief, father widely hel, that the particularly since there exists no
Company ind" Government and present oollcy or procedure
other U. 8. Government agencies whereby any area rate other
in the Canal Zone attempt to than that of he terminal cities
fix wages in relation to some of the Republic of Panama was
prevailing range or average in used as a eulde In establishing
the Cartibean area outside the wage rates in the Canal Zone,
Republic of Panama. This defl- it is obviously a misnomer to re-
nitely Ia not the case. The wages for to the present wage sched-
oald alien local employes of the ule as a Caribbean Wage Scale';
U. 8. Government In this area
have not for many years been "(f) There are man" reasons
based upon any survey of rates fqr using a -'age base reflect.
of pay in any other ai ea and m&i wage trends in the terminal
are not related to any wage base cities of the Republics. Approx-
outalde the Republic of Panama; imately two-thirds of the local-
"(b) During the Canal con-irate employes of the Company
struction period of 1903-1914. and Gdvernment and practical-
local wages were influenced by ly all of the -adse category of
wages in the Caribbean area. employes of other United Stats
Many eontructlon workers were Government igencles in the
m bndu bo the Carib ean is- Canal Zone reside in te Re-
laiK =md the adiacen', main- public of Pueina. Out maer
land sadtefr wage or contract aource of reiruitinent today Is
agreemnints were dawn .di terms fnkn residents of these terminal
of the prevailing wage levels of cl es. Since the large majority
that area. Subsequent to the of present Canal Zone loal-
constreum on period, as the Re- rate employes or potential em-
ublice f Panama developed Its ployes reside in the terafnal civ
"wn se-eIy. a Pantmanian lies or suburbs, these employes
wage sale based upon local or applicants are affected 1W
applly ad demand factors and economic condituoas in the*
R nneeesugly related to trends areas as aMe Panamanan work-
tn hean area as a era not employed in the Canal
hll bo to evelh e. This Zone. Also. Panamanian clUtis
also had It effect sap among the local-rate fre
f Zpne lical-rate predmlnlate due to the_, r-
the past 35 year, placement of n-Panamantan
t an uwerstand- workers by a newr PansMI e
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M (Pnama apd the lse validity for the New
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Pep moNH?. IN ADVANCE -2t.70 95i B Y VI[I1t
ow six MONTHS -.INov 5VAn., so 3 0 A former A oiLrlo
worn oN vef *N OvaN(c. ,-- o n 340oo 0-once marked for
tion by mobsters f t
WLepke, the boss-man o
Eisenhower ToSpend Weekend erIy the.r
-met quietly the other
with a labor leader who
At Famed Augusta Golf Club that he'dtackleth
Lepke and Ourtah.
Although the mobs eg -', 4
--- o --- that D.A.'s moveme a for h,
WASHIDGTQO, Feb. 25 (UP) r Unlike Mr. Truman, who fre- the bullets were ne#er
President Efsenhow#r will fly quently observed he had to at him-and Ib got to be
to Augusta, Ga., tomorrow for work 17 hours a day, Mr. Eiaen- ernor of New York and
a week-end of golf at the hower delegates more responsi- didate for President of the
famed and challenging Augusta ability to subordinates and then And the other day, aeo of *
National Golf Club. the White holds them strictly accountable the vital moves of hIb yu ",1
House announced today. for performance. This gives him in public office, Gov. Toma
Presidential press secretary more time for over-all policy wey asked the newest of ~e .
James C. Hagerty said Mrs. deliberations. nation's powerful labor chiefs
,Elsenhower would make the: For the past two Saturdays to fly Into New York from
'trip with her husband in the he has succeeded in getting Miami to see him. Dave .Bck,
White House Constellat in, the away to the exclusive Burning president of the AFL Teamr-
newly-named Columbi# The Tree Country Club for a round sters' Brotherhood, accepted the
President will return to the of golf. While he normally invitation and met with De-
capital late Sunday. i shoots in the 80s, his .scores wey for almost two hours in
are not announced on grounds the Governor's suite at the Ho-
While at Augusta Mr. Eisen- he is entitled to some privacy. tel Roosevelt.
,hower will stay at the small' The President, accompanied Dewey offered Beck every
cottage of Atlanta's famous by Mrs. Eisenhower, last visited type of aid needed to rip the
polfer, Bobby Jones. The cot- Augusta in November imme- mobs offt the New York wa-
t ge overlooks the 18th green diately after his election terfront-t l wPgh whi!h Po5-
of one of the world's most res- triumph and before his trip ses 40 percent of the atmon's
reacted gold courses which is, to the Korean battlefront. foreign commerce. Oi this
the scene of the annual Mas- Accompanying the chief exe- International trade by mer-
ters' tournament. cutive on the flight south will chants, farmers and indes-
The scheduled holiday was be Hagerty and the President's trialists, the national mobs,
nc' unexpected and was in line pDoointment secretary, Thomas based on these piers, have
with Mr. Eisenhower's obvious P. Stephens. Reporters will make placed their private tax of
determination to get away from' the rip in a chartered plane almost half a billion doUlars
thb heavy burdens of the presi- but Hagerty warned them not a year.
dd'ncy. i to e.rect much news. From these piers, the na-
.. __ tionwide crime "system" draws
Su p ne. Ithe enforcers-the killers-with
whom they terrorize ,Abun-
Voice Executive Suspended reck si trhe fitn
Bek said t he final policy.
on action 4gaitit the mobs .' *.
which ha setaud dockwe
For Disagreement On Policy ndsebyth e l de. ouddber-
But he the Gover
WASHINGTCLN, Feb. 25 (UP) ary pending results of an in- nor .that-U AFL high
The Sta.e Department yes- vestigation started as sron as conu-F*s S. IYt T;m*Rt] 1rb A
t.rday suspended' Alfred H. Morton arrived here. He said no Jurisdict.i .heew..w ,
Morton, head of its Voice of "judgment" will be returned un- hIs i o, the world'1 Ot
America operations in New til the inquiry is completed. could handl the r or
York, after he opposed an order The directive was Issued af- thlI .
banning the propaganda use of ter McCarthy and Iils commit- )sat B S1 0 d i e"v with .... .
material by Communists, and tee protested that the foreign thoe ho r ewy t A SHINGTON. My brid Who seldom la. uIda th If



emple University will head Feat refused to tell the com- spoke1 man from out the C he taid, not only w fr vide ta thal tuf
elation service which includes been a Communist. service was using protected. e knew he would a peram rating of what e we
the controvesial "Voice" coun- Some offt keies In the infor- CO" ol d h n f4fofh iith Lks tfothp or clll a ed an1
JMorton w' susp esIon fwas dis-the writings of novelist Howard d dand nve' l vMeng .. w'did t rent ofneC t
closed shortly afCer the White Fast in its worldwide nforma- didrotr andpulc sup thporn t.B ee k y ad o mL the at forthW it



r:House announced that Dr. Rob--tonuncea ee be put to good pro ne e x a set h stor ye M oe



wee L. Johnson, president brod aside Ne est coast w quietforatoer O for prdent.Tru. of ro aI of.icai i11
.Tmples university, will headPatirefvsed to tell the com- sTpoken man from out the TWOdrshes not o nly 1 idl a w th..hadtl
He depal so riticized the McCaInfr- m Cardlt e wh said the Voice actdonh Bridges awore by all btoto fpom e wxettve M ord, but l hovart
tiationmmittervice forhich includes been a Communist. unthted. e knew he w would obfoe a perambllatingotnof wh t wa o
athe conts froversailur e to make a cou Sov iet Premier Josef Stalin and probably mean the e The uphdcteys





Coation activities used by reliable news services byionise the waterfront In and belonged to Ser. i e agn t .
ter-secretary of State Walter ohnson took his new post at lde-w the longshorkeme ith e entitled as the ar tof't o
JohBedenson with after he sent th at selected writings of both President an and bra-re e work- t was ownd by which Dprent,
Dr.conf Wential memorandum to E isetnhower Rand Secretary of era to which hadn't gotten arnd roi t. An o ha
the department here which dis- state John Poster D u dl-es. eTh campaign sueeded.h Towo stalls up wah perhaps the wSee agent kept
Hagree also criticized the McCar-ective. HcCardle said the Voice action. Brid c ours e bully boy automobile I ever saw. I. a lap I an t
Morton e here for om wha he would carry quotrm nations or that's holy to hlm-w t h at 'em all.d g gar es kIack uok.a ]
York allied its failure to make a Soviet Premier Josef Stalin and probably means the Soviets-,. rThe wanihe-looking rla Chrslr san lerte ry 1
ucomplted from a "misuntoinor- other ommunists inform set- thatn. Sine thd Jointhe AL has Only h e wasn't wha yout It iat oado'r
ng."ation activities, used by reliable news services unionize the waterfront in and belong too bu making on tour he hMrs. hr



to everyone's satiuspended by Un- and newspapersfaction completed. blemearound San the orad charter). The speedometer showed mile inataW
Aitanr- t eretary of State Walter Johnson took his new post at would kee the longsormedy else dentm a taken t fr a few the
BedCarell smith after he sented outhe request of both President ad yield the warehouse written wh s through the park. an nstructe








declared no material by any Beck has told his col-
Co mmunist or fellow trandum to Eisenhower and Secretary of er. (UP) tht or which hadn't gotten around l
the department here which dis- State John Foster Dulles. Three hell campaign succeeded. Two stalls up was per the t oreous e e aget kept
agreed with the policy directive. He will serve as aetiTr head And, of course, buly bo automobile I ever saw. It.* w"P& I6LIn Imp'In at an Iwo
Morton programs e here from New of the information se e bought were a gave u ust 1what t 115Cari convertible, e blackI l
York and said the situation re- several months during to et tch hree Uncle Joe Stalin would-o- Wa red leather within. Mr et h M
agreed" wth that or"misunderstand- will study the nfalso got a thing. Since then the AFL has Only she sn't wha ou'd
ing." He said he was certain up, and will go on permanent given.the Teamsters Jurisdie- beingtoo busyMaigGnem tou She be h
that it would be "cleared up" assignment after his study is ton ver more than theat- driven this mag en r t 7,0
to everyone's satisfaction r completed. blemen (in the old charter). The speedometer A NW hOw d, I R oniele'thr
Assistant Secretary of State Dave Bek's men now official that somebody ell, my ru rtbad pat for few th
Carl W. MACardle pointed out ly have the Warehouse written whirls through the park. itte as .- 1113
that an order issued lat week Try Waiting Longer int their a no at territory.
declared no material b4 Play any Beck has told his e We met...we .col-.
Communist or fellow traveler, JUNCTION CITY, 0. (UP)- leagues that l as hort timeW
could be used in U. S. Informa- Boyd Wolfter noticed that three he'll move In on Bridlges in
tion programs "under any cir- of the dozen eggs he bought were a Pacific Coas do e we rush a o te
cumstances." broken. He returned to the store the left-wing. International
McCardle said Morton Wis- several days later to get three Longshoremen a n d Ware-
agreed" with that order. god eggs. He also got a three- housen'eds t jlot (unaffili-
Mc(ardle emphasized t h a t cent refund because of a price ated- except e4 1Course, that 0 -
Morton's suspension is tempo-untain ro 2 n the interim. rry ono gd t into the LINES F A A NEW cGMi FN once, %
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1ilos 2ComMows 8O e ear t in water al Lon shn. (A
(ab) 24 Uths state 29 Snd hill 44 Seed covering loBeck nows that from time I'll stand no t
F lower Gardenr,- 31 Warno time he habeen pubic ly At last, I'vefoua
24e agaiA ew y 33nst mr Harry. We "et.. .wesme. iwab
HORIZONTAL 4 Plays roughly Butthatewasbefore Beckb- Loeins t-
SChair 2 Unclosed 38e the Tewho 48 Marsh plant Beck hop sters resident. hae tme t






3 Caer phlmrmenwI Uwion &+a + iti a.d.-M Ihlvef otime-wto a. .*M
4 June flower 7 Unit of a mthois a will l op
8 Elster flower energy around t th5Teat Coast in a Adlal Sevensn's current
13 Abie EGyastl drive for hal dockside ware- is as contentod as the ea$
14 Employss oe a chance to tae in waterfront Jim Wpto Who s hei
N5 Humor 10 Unaspirated workers and lotdrs as well olttn
16Butter ro Belgian river csAll he needWat wi the byL andtht he left the
18 Spire ridges 27 State flower of 41 Pay for work saao to clean uad he'll taec
20Stuirway part. IUpright Ohio 42 Gael over the d It r itnathet stay t ot y poll


142 Congregate It trucks d,,oit i. .up;Wt-.
145 Turkish coin0.Aunloided fra
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St Anger !weeks, for th s B l at re ck-
52 Scandftavian so much toM l
god It trucks erit
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,Tissued I Sape ".up,.or"tr.om.
30 ovI eodc4 a4mploye4 longshorniafteon fa
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NEA Staff Correspondent
K : BY B6K1NE JUHNSON u"C'|m m1 1 IIIIII IIS"-* m

HOLLYWOOD 1NEAI-Exclu- ahen he heard I was in the
gively Yours* Hosl.ywood is di- Lauspatal."
covering 3-D but Eddle Cantor
has discovered 3-E. B u x o m Maureen O'Haer's
It's what the doctor ordered coMstal-clear answer to tl',
for Eddie now that he's back on question o1 What she thinks a-
his feet and feeling great after bout 3-D:
a heart attack which put him 'Its good for girls."
I. n th,' hospital for two months.
The doctor's prescription is NO LIMIT TO REALISM
engraved on a gold charm given
him by his daughter, Marjorie, CINERAMA. the new big-
and attached to his automobile screenn process. rives the illusion
keys. It reads: that you are m the scenes. Sor
"Dear Daddy. Remember the this conversation, says Alan
) E's." Wilson, may happen: -
The 3 E's 40le has to aemem-y onsptn
ber'are: Over-eating. oer-emo- Usher to noisy patron at a -
tion and over-excitement. Cinerama showing: "You're dis- ,'
"I even 4ake a 45-minute nap turbing the audience with your ..
after dinner .every night no mat- talking. You'll have to leave."
ter who is in the house." Eddie Patron: "I can't. You see, I'm
told me. "When.1 can't sleep. I in the picture."
just think. Of course. I don't *
think about Marilyn Monroe I; It's almost all over between .
confine my thinking to SophieJean Peters and the bachelor .
Tucr, .br Ted IBW' 'hat. or movie executive who doesn't like
somethi g like that% |to see his name in print...
iron' ia aE- Somebody has his wires crossed.
T4h'S an Ironic o.no Ed- Allan Jones announced he would
die's All.month l hosptl siege. yodel at the Coronation; but the
"The, tddl Caior- lAory," touchy ones in charge of things
now filmed at Wrner Bros. around Buckingham Palace are
ends wih the stab havng a mild screaming. "Not true."...Mar-
heart attok and being told to jorle Main and Pbrcv Kilbride;
take lifeqasiler, who aren't too willing, have
"But If .was written," Eddie been alerted by U-I for an-
reveals, "a year before I had other in the "Ma and Pa- Kettle" .
one. Now. it's believable. I bet crnies... Colleen Grey and Rob- "I wish yuid quit sending Ins these h- ..' to borrow
Jack Waer kaid, 'Thank you ert Stack will co-star in "Sabre 10f00-MyW et can't understand wh* 't tkj y- p" I ll
Eddie. You didn't let us down.' Jet," and when I asked her if
the film would be shot in 3-D. -
RUTH AtlETT Says. good story."
'CoTee said, "No, we hav a Jenner -Calls Taft 'Naive' 04,1 ji 0"9
Humphrey Bogart: "Colum- .'
SWrites a wife: nists tare a wonderful institu. At
"My husband recently made a tion. Without them many of usA bo td Eu c vI
S poor business deal. It turned out would never know where we'd
exactly as I knew it would. But been the night before." n- -
even though I told him aheadWAS b. 25 (UP)ororaon which r Yal
of time what a mistake he was FOUR YEARS TO DECIDE -Slen. Jenner (- Onrsity.
making he went right ahead IRd.) said nate Re- Je'nr decid the pree-
with It. How can a wife be a Exotic Merle Oberon, one of publcan A. Taft t to comment on ritda of
partner to a man who is too the screen's all-time- maost I i"rather about Com- the cl. attbI in-
stubborn to ever listen to her?" glamorous stars, is back in maulato in v tigs eivlql the Rev.;
Could be you have more Hollywood greasepaint for the Jemner, of the Ben- Dr. A. o lDavie All oul'
.business judgment than tact. first time in four years and ate Internal ubcom- UniItarn Church t ady. He
S Not matter how smart a woman beaming over her first telefilm mitttee now, MgUatI os- aid he may Bwve. a tateM tb
is she still has to ume tact in emoting with: sible So uAl g in college later.
selling her ideas to a man. Par- "It took me a long time to made Se itmat ent when ad Davies sa Id tner,
ticularly if the man happens to make up my mid, about tele, to cO "lnt- Oan .TaftI's r ent JOeOph R. Me a (R-a ,)
be her husband. vision, but I think it's a Jolly spe IUOt ClhltoI aid, JIp. al ., Vede d
It sounds as though you may good time to be in it Tft, an hIo RepuUbC0, mad U.) at ta patrt"
have ripped his scheme to She just starred in her second in his speech he would not far to .
shreds, pointing out everything half-hour video drama, "Allison. firing a Communist professor the A n edQula 0O0m AmVOW
wrong with it in a way that Ltd.," for Screen QOfts' Ford unless he was sua the profimor .
made your husband feel that Theater. was teaching Cotoaunism to he Vuld" Ichairman of t
you thought you knew more students. ouae Un- ic Act
than he did. The traglc death of Italian Taft has ciat doubt on the Con lttte Iquirin
If you did, no wonder he went Count GQlrglo Cit In an air- value of conhgresalonal Investiga- allee Cd muntam In co i "*
right ahead with his plans. That ;)lane accident on the eve of tlOns of Comnmuism in educa- Mc earthy is chairman of .
would just be a typical mas- their marriage sent Merle into tion. & Senate Permanent Inv
culine reaction. seclusionf two years ago "with Comkittee.
thoughts in the back of my head He said in Chicago he thinks The Indiana Republican
MEN ARE JEALOUS OF of retiring. But when you've that should be lftt up to local his subCommlttee wil qu
BUSINESS ABILITY worked since you were 17 It's governrments.- ur Mfesot .Iter
difficult to do nothing." "I thlk Senatto Taft t.rathe Mree New York co
No man wants to admit that Last year Merle starred In an nate," Jei ."an oth' e and a Wal toie .
a '7-Mnan m5 b 4v1 bttert'nglish film, "Twenty-Four words. 4t When we C. ty.
business sense .in e has. Yoq Hours in a Woman's Life," and coraplete-ear will be a t name the
didn't really expect hinm o Ijy: now, as gorgeous as ever, ab c ree
"You're probably right, m dear. full-scale return to ig-
Your judgment is usarl o ibo h tele-flni emotit. flAH e atemeit as
ounid than mine" W. Wding bells soo dfor Mee tt
If'you did. you know'ftw d', Wiedectot mtrdw Rex o1
about business than aboOt,mel. os? quiry Into I leCommuansm of economic and' c or
BUtt-t's too late to do anything n what i educationall civlllimaon t Queena toll
about the situation now except '"e's the best friend I hav" rce New York. was one of those w M a A, .
this: Forget it! she told me, "butthere's m n h ChIni-,-In hTaft testify ed at yesterday cl -
Don't remind him pt the way iediateimarvaoinl em t pe s t door =9el u to
the deal turned out. And above -* ose
all, don't say those provoking Where this leaves Arlene Ihl Hio uld er Identlid a m at whoEm
words. "t told ou so." and '1erhAndo Lamts d t bemp!*Mi#T-ern- te
And 34ext tip you want, to ad Tiex, I puld bknont t
sell your husstnl d an idea use but Lani arg d a '* 1er of o se
all the tact o-u can muster. In been having quiet c the board rt of -a uni- York teachers, will notbe heard
fact, be so tactful that by the telephone conversation lately. versity, I would not favor firing until next Monday.
time you've finished your selling You figure it out. anyone for being is Communist She had been scheduled as a
job he thinks your Idea was his unless I was certain he was witnesstoday.
Idea. Por the first time in h b career teaching Communlim and hav- Jenner aid "Tim was n
A wife doesn't flave to be a C. B, Mle la1s in O Ing some effect on the develop- served with a subpea un
sil-nt partner. But hlie has to be swepstakes-for the t ment of the tIouglht of the attU- recently althmagh it 8 mar
a tactful partner if she wants tion and be e o ahi ad been trying to reh
to put her own idea ero "T a the Yaleo
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WASM OTON, Feb. 24 (UP)
-President Elsenhower said to-
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side of the White House was a s iM 1
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The balcony set off an archi-
tectural controversy wlran Mr. Th"ie's a .
Truman ordered it constructed Ap Arch S pp'r'
in 1948. It even became an issue ad for M ery w C
in the presidential campaign tnfa;to..Ma -
which Mr. Truman won. o foot B
Today Mr. Eisenhower took 21
luncheon guests on a tour of the Cbiropody MasUms
White Hou&, and led them onto
the balcony. He said it was "a S ls Servies
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1:30 p. m. 'Thua- presence of a large group of
e. b friends are honeymoon e in in i "
El Valle. The bride la the for-
7 mer Miss Celda Ceclta Dor-
u don rosemena, the daughter
Sad Mra, W. of Mrs. Angela Filomena Aro- I
SCooo olo N1 ava semena. he ,was attended as
rtain, d For thmaId.of hono b r her sister. IExchange
who was six ears Miss Miriam Gordon Aroseme-
a. na. Mr. Molags ebede was
a lh ] beat man. ha just received a\

M .n or s peech. 'Da da," "Ga a." and so small shipment of
Moving rhythncaly toMU- E M MhIE
.sic. Sometimes with his entire '19 lfMl MYIJ
body. sometimes just the head or
r or legs e arms or legs.
*, d [ 5. Creeping. There are almost
0oJ= rias many ways of creeping and
Sstn, RI e craw ag asthere are babies. If designed by
Anraron, yours develop a rare, unorthodox
n, SharmW T acer, .bre. ev.. way of self -propullson, let hiu dot earles (am nies
f of the honoree .p i at t al; thmey babies don't iSINGING POR JOYI i
'Of ms hotlo eD L -~C~l~iU'. I ~ i nll le II Mll / II" e tlus ai Ideal for Dining- "-
n Strtevant as- while loner than their b thes
Stas.tM New b yei new butyou man be Itng before they trty loomtnt then Readingald Lounging nd tPr b .b.a c s*' Ps
"-'u-d..o/ o i- tatto. things a bit lo th standd up and walk one fl en. RW.n .- os -n a ame
W In Cristbal lu r rl During this period hi bm lW d 111 Nlsab.NI
' AumiarJ of t of to three mea a day, doesn't When your baby begins to Ave. J. F. de In Oss No. 41 O*I -SL d '
Union Churc' .Isl e the fe.w th matter when the bby drinks hsc remove from his reach md d l lie
PSirsh. relow p st suc w- milk, soloing as he gets at last t any with sharp points or Pha on3. 491u1 ,- h Als sm a
held Februar* 2 wRiPMe by a th 20 ounces a day. W dn'tr harmful characteristics. blasnced di dt O lo 30
m ar is a by this that you agivw ha In each room de place a few (Auto6ob il Row) iroba tid g di1 s1b0111
rho plans to at- eil kie o]' "ba ie ore a objects that belong to him, al- l
W not made reser- ale me. that It will spou his anpe ways keeping them in the same
been asked to d s tite, bl t It Is permissible to lace so he will know where to
Mrs. F. L. I~FNI%,. maaInte mlk- at lunllh i he danta md them.
Sor Mrs. R. by about en ounces in the mia room
L, or the churclbh e of morning If possible, ve aroomW re
S-, We repeat that a ached eorv tfor him were he m
O"f *thi should be reached a el around an d play with no
.p .ep" At id bW After breaw return -t restrictions whatsoever. A sound- T [B I

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.. ...^ We sBald before that whe things: t'w bump ,eaand a he Itoady orlleoriteJe
ef e,.ml wthhenwol.- bed 1. t p. us tbeyrertocton. Heswm l -
turday,e wbra- tt the bab hn'tie a umor a the n o wit airs or ates the sweeping race o the th
I na ~ tcem oke el l't t pho for day reie mont et- -a s rous places s ruch as 4S century In solid silvr.
*I&jl treated to an hnw flie is 040 s 1t fa B] atta bcby reaehes, radiators, stairways aned electric

iPp ,i te'e g longer plt.S orf tie t but his ninth moq ae aye do- oule a omnd then leave mer a. .Sae p t r
.udltlt iu of the hating all orld te he follow ng lone. Yes, he I bound to have Ia

SMr- s9i before that l things: fetro bumps and fa-olls. But tediao
r dhmi=e 0of- solids, he woula- i. sitting up. Sona babies, are part of his education. He will Z
ptowardd W mule y fatter one., wil have a soon learn Rood balance and how price $1 8.70
te- Awe w l- ~~ach- l 'f dt asumii the ing toavo "" being h-a t. When he a..
th ctu '. h positionfor ralonthsyet, a salght a Cdent speak to MOhim01 l 111111
tree n time. ut once they are ated theyin a comforting b ater-o-
a al- can hold the Pose sady, fact. voice, It hlm he in all
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Co -
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. RESO
Household Automobiles sa"
..FOR SLE:._Westinghouse refriger- FOR SALE: 1950 Lincoln Club censed beauty operator, has loin- or see caretalo.r.
S r, porc S elain 25 cycle. Corner Coupe, color dark green. new seat ed Genell and Hazel in the Gonall TER'S Co
3rd Street. Will be home after You can't get better or for Shop where quality service wil k Gas R
d 6:00. the money, only $595.00 down. continue uninterrupted. Coll 4.r"..
', COLPAN MOTORS. INC. 557 M-017 I.
'F FR SALE:-One Westinghouse re- On Automobibe Row. ,*
frigerator, 8. 5 cu. ft. 25 cycle Tels: 2-1033 2-1036 e h d e I
$100.00 excellent condition e: 1942 Packard, good 0 i

dining table, buffet, serving table, FOR SALE-1952 Hudson Hornet 4- Telephone 2-3479, Pananma. ILLIPS Oceansi i Cotle q u,
6 chs. 2 Hollywood beds. Plot- door color It blue, white AQUARISTS:- Now Tropical and enly court in Sante Clot wid .
form rockers. studio couho cf- sidawll tires, only 3,900 miles, Gold Fishes, aquarium books, sup- Ocnview from allq tt

ta' eeddsn th rdo-phono- COLPAN MO ToR, INC. FOR jS "AL E. a. "S. 0463 8 0 F ft

FOR SALE -Gray oak bed, spronos 00 .1947 Buick Super like wn graph, 3 speed ren co 2rd changer. ,e i a: '
9atres, P.M-. in FOR SEess b75. Phone 884581 7, Ders ForB la, collection records 1449-B
QM. Large Table & 4 choirs $15. Gulick. Owens St. Balbo. R .
& library desk $10. 5 ventian FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Custom 4- FOR SALE:- Lathes, drills, plane, I
blinds 54 x 36 $10. Call 2-6306 dea, seden V8, btand new paint various diametert.s "Talleres Mar- .rM 1S M Ir
FOR SALE- 2 Rattan armchairs. good tires, this car is s steal only m. mBl.
Good condition chop. 9X-A $496.00 dlFown Snd it's your. Your Fw d0 prty inding lBB PMW*
FOR SALEI:-Red Wood Louver for OAutom bil Rw. suitable far show 40 mg. Lovande- "Ylat 0. e fe i .1. (i.l.t
duplex Simmons studio couch Tels: 2-1033 2-1036 rn Tip-Top, N. 20 east 29th ,t0 1 ra
makes into double bed, mahogany treet Pm*__________ SAL: l 3 mnth
settee leather, covered cushions, 1 FOR SALE1941 Oldsmo bide, Hy-r 'd, pd.
pillow roll, 12 inches dial 6 ft. dramatic, 2 new tires, god bat- FOR SALE:-3 pie bedom suite
long for Quartermaster, couch bed, terry, good transportation. For in- with matching boma springs aed in- edre m e t
"" onP work bench with vice. One formation cll 9-28-30778, any- nr Livingroom suite, divan two 3 teroo elsApio A1mlb e1
S porcelain top table, one porch time. choirs nd 2 nd tes, d$55.00. iew N. l Arblo eul.
screen. 195-A, Gatun. Phone 5- FOR SALE:-Mercury 4-door sedan, House 168-C, Pedro Miguel. Tel. Frset a ift 1ath Street, Caotn. Ls hIft
r 336.-C brand new paint jen, eat covrn, 4-429. 0th les.. ,- ,." ,,, |3
FOR SALE: New 3 months old, god tires, only $40.00 down FOR SALE:-Frst cla. omteur r-
mahogany livingroom, diningroom, thisco s on excellent buy. diO sta:crcan s ater andy f
Sgidoire. Apartment, hot water, two O Automole3 2R16 VFOtc microphone e bkit and spares. a-ti-nt I r h
bedroom also available. Apartment Tel 210 2-1036 Hammurland HQI29X Receiver,. 1 .Ar.. "---".. .r 'l'i
No. 22 Arbox Building, Front and FOR SALE:-outy pOid. 1951 Hill- Elincor ,m wth coaxial cabl. "" .
S Fifth Street, Colon. man four door sedn, perfect con- For 60 cycle, $440.00. Complete
dFOR SALE:-Elegant household. Fur- dition, two-tone point, radio, 25 cycle Power Supply $65.00. ... M
*". niture: Bello Vista, 45 St. No. 4. white-wall-side tires, special price. 509-B. Ft. Claytoo. .
FOR SALELuxury dininroom set Cans be frseehatOturr. eml0. FORF SALE:-CANARIES, Hertz Mt.
*, complete, mode in Peru. Federico 1607, 3_1240.o Rollers, Choppers imported direct ;.-iS j,. J ")' "
Boyd No. 1, Apt. No. 3. phone 3- fro -,Gn., ist class singers,
15 16 FOR SALE : Fod Club Coupe V SI ACUARIO TROPICAL, opposite
o SALE t urni e. new pait job, new seat covers, Jan Franc Sta bless, besid Drive-
FOR SALE: -m Household furniture.l ogx.spriig- CoIm- ;,, =,,I ak o is. i Phote 3-4132. ." .
Srefrgerator. Everything cha demonstrate n, only' $35.00 down FOR -Uprin pio in good Motocyde
oD.wnbtirs. Ernquir,.t .the Chin.- .An i 'o C. scdhrd2tion. Cnly $ 50.00. Tel. 2-. 9 4-', .
3 ...6.b rand now p--nt" ", s "t 'o e tr uns, 4 4 ft-4 9. 2r- 4n
SF.ield. Phone 37.88- r^ FOR LE-Si "
SFO SALE:-Diningroom set, dressor tively priced. H 4.0C, Pedro al t iecr pr le. Nev een oI
j mirror, Desk with chair. Tel ,Miguel, Tel. 4-4 9. usdl $ 0 toospifral Itype

FORi SALE I^"'"" ''-- Retlrn To Worko .
jReal Etate CW MOTros, e1. 6 or
3 eFOR SAl; ov- R"lborleAin. Family en t al: 2-1il -13 -1-1036 icropThoneUdsand" ..... ",
000 gollons-atertank at Puerto "------- 4 bedroom,. ItRe Inver- _.J
Pilon. Call 1032-J Colon. FOR SALE: 1951 Nash Rambler ..ericBn AffoWi 2-4667 from cae up
"FOR SALE--thoice beoch front lot Country Club model, excellent 7:30 ..m. to 1:30.p.m., or Mr. lr' '
Gorgono Beacoh.2161c mers at teoursdoo. radsodaok perfectc Q-F- r 60Ncycmlie, n TCompletn- eii.
FOR SALE:tCwhtalet four ddroom, FORou ene s- cl f frnishted
two baths, 900 meters land. 44th Coun, p.otlo2ce Supply V.00.
: Street, Bello Visto. Telephone 3- o.4 .5d le, Wie wi Phon 3-322 F Clea hours. 1 1 ,

FIOR SALE:-Btrgoin, omner leaving end you can dorve It way. r 3-,d t M.
country, modern home on National COLPAN MOTORS, INC. Rl,S
Highway, eleven miles from Ferry. On Aet iiob ie R .w. l I '
hTel. Balboo 1686.Drto Tel: 2-10I 2-1036 0 i
1516. ..|. i FOR SAL-10CllbCoupSTa lAo R ICAlrS o si t e

Tro aa on of the FaIthb Wilo -Bsc o. Rodduan t er. ntrlys mDa-

Breathes there fair-minded boss L ... e Savn Cs Friday at the Sed
himf hs sid h for a secretary ht ck
with r sense of humor and a p.S" tires. C cei .selW Va nkf r in.Poneted men of 41r. Sing at U L
;.. ~ deostaibrain in her head. Write B. Td A- l 590It' y o rtobbe leted the hl
Spartedo 134 Panotma o oLPAN MOTORS. INC. hor _o2p er,, od of, F neral a (I c wil l9
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Pro aga eon of the aith, will 0-- -Taylor Richard W Robert n tw
a b rin $ .scribed Weries for the BRoddy WilaD. Gentry. Da M -eI f n
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Seven Last Words from the crose. keeper. Good salary to start. Apply Jard MDermott, Alfred a. p'". R!
his series will continue each by writing to "Bookkeeper" UO Robert Collearymott, Wralter T.venka,o
ednesday at 7:30 during the 1619, Panama R. P. giving ull eorfredo arau
,enten Be ;a .. particulars as to experience. Three l1, PedrooOU Atteto PerU, 8 A $
Bishop Sheen Is nationally personal references required. Ao, Peanro atoSety LPe Sal- AIn'trt
famous for his coast-to-co8t t- ......... ste r vador ci a ntago._oe Lu '- Inr O
visionn program "Life Is Worth .nglsh-Spanish stenographer, male ca Melendez. ldu o P. Staer, b Oe to
LIvin Th brodis ca8 has rat- or female. Send full particulars Julio Rodrilues~ 1 u, J:Ofe Rt ~ matOS
Sd Bishop Sheen as the televl- experience and photo to Box 2153 sarlo Diaz, Julo C. Rodre frx,
'ion 'personality of the year." His Ponarr.o. Clemens Burkard, Rap Ia I tI
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Play Slated March o T ,78 Bu Series As anam Sto
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The Panama Golf Association announces that the annual (By U. P.)
Isthmian Amateur Golf Tournament will be played over the
Panama Golf Club course, with a 36 hole qualifying round to be The NCAA has drawn even CARI-
played during the days of March 6, 7 and 8. Two 18 hole rounds with the National Invitation CARD"
must be played during these three days. Tournament in its battle for top
The usual entrance fee of $3.00 will be charged to offset the ranking basketball teams. Tea
cost of prizes which are to be purchased when all of the entries The NCAA has received okay Puerto
are In, consequently they cannot be displayed in advance as in from Fordham and Notre Dame Cubar .
former years. to play the role of "at large" PanaC
The number of flights will be determined by the number of members in its tournament. Veneg-
entrants, all flights will be comprised of 16 players, and all en- That boosts the number of NC-_
trants will be placed in a flight regardless of qualifying score. AA teams to six the same BDA
The Panama course will be open for practice rounds March number at the NIT. Fordham kirt
2, 3 and 4 to all contestants who have paid their entrance fee and Notre rame join Seattle k
to the Secretary at the Panama Club. The players attention is and DePaul as "at large mem- de
called to this change from previous years when the entrance bers." The two champions in the e s s
fee could be paid at the various clubs. Players are requested to tournament are Idaho State u ert
signify which days they intend to qualify when entrance fee is from the Rocky Mountain Con- Pana
Paid. ference and Louisiana State
This year there will be no starting times established for the from the Southeastern circuit. Pan
36 hole qualifying rounds; contestants may play -p 3 or 4 ball There will be 23 teams in the David o
matches of 18 holes any time during the mentioned qualifying INCAA tourney when the field is rim as
dates. Attested score cards must be turned in to the Tourna- completed. Cr bb
ment Committee. C-i-bab
Last year's event was played at the Brazos Brook Golf & The six teams In the National pDtc i
Country Club, with Jim Riley, of Ft. Amador, emerging the victor Invitation tourney are La Salle, a Pa
over Mike Hulikowski of Ft. Davis. Jim will be on hand this Seton Hall, Manhattan, ouis-
year to defend his title against all comers. tle.th Duquesne and Western Row11

The tpairings- will appear in all local papers by Tuesday, A Navy spokesman says the e
March 10 and the first round of match play must be completed Middles have received a bid but. the
by nightfall, Sunday, March 15. Contestants by mutual agree- I that no decision has been made
ment may play any time during th w be week, but the official start- on it as vet.
jug time will be Sunday, March 15, 9 A.M., if contestants areTh dA
unable to play matches during week. This will hold for all sub- LouisisaStreodfmblscNCAA by beating M issippi. 63- over V io
sequent rounds and the penalty for postponement of match willN8A tb beatinh thebppout 63alternli ep
be disqualification for one or both playersI 48, to clinch the "utheasterngoverp u
The second round must be completed by March 22, and the Conference title. JSU has won 20 Railo fr
third by agameand lost one..LSU is the Rhic. to
The finals of all flights willbe played Sunday, April 5. at first team other than Kentucky w ilotlo
9 A.M. The championship flights finals will be 36 holes, all others to rule the southeastern Con- A I
will be 1t8 holesnufelwanmaetis ference in sthe last 10 years. A dls VI
Let's sharpen up fellows and make this the biggest and best Kentucky was barred from bas- .wdlay af
A I amateur Tournament of them all! ketball this season by the NCAA GRACEFUL SIDESTEP- Morenlto, de Valencla, who win make
for subsidization, his Pan ama debut at La Macarena Bullring Sundat, Leatly side-
SIndiana closed in on an NCAA steps the charging bull to the shouts of "1.1 from the
( UIhedle oB" eG Tueady er b
bet byBbeatingoPurdue,Y aiprovlng audience during a bufirht in aolice id adin e
113siersftaadditinon Abi
to-78. The Hoosiers can clinch to Morenito, Juan..strada and EI Soldado will pit their sktll i
International Boxthe Big 0 Conference crown by Against brave bulls" at the local bullring ......... A
beating runner-up Illinoison.leg;ad






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Control is checking reports that The world bantamwe t ttl-e ., -an& a double in threw trips to
the International Boxing Guild bout between Jimmy Carruthers SRCON3 6RA ithe plate.
is interfering in match-making. of Australia and challenger Vic an g ..e box d .Le'
It's understood the British Toweel of South Africa has been Standings The box 4ore:
Board will file a protest charg- postponed. The date fof the Jo-
Ing the International Guild with hannesburg, South Africa, bout Won Lost
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tampering with the matching of is March 21 instead or eruary
American fighters in overseas 28. Toweel suffered a nose in-
bouts. Matchmaker Jack 8olo- Jury while training.
momn says "I don't know -- ,
weer th e reports are true but A nn T rw ys
I've booked Walter Cartier to AlOng The Fairways
fight Randy Turpin in London -
next month. I am sure he will be
there for the bout." he w be Fort Amador Golf News
The final event for thp Ladies
The International B oxingg Day at Fort Amador for the
Guild is a group of American Inonth of February will be a
managers who have split from Poker Tournament (nothing
the old Mahagers Guild. British wild except a few No. 1 woods
authorities fear there is a fight which will take place on Thurs-
for control of American boxing day, 26 Februqry. Tee off time
under way and that Internation- will be at 8:30 a.m. and prizes
al bouts will be few and far be- will be awarded to the gal with
tween until the dispute is set- the best poker hand, meaning
tled. I those cards with five 9's iould
Swell take home the 'Df. 1s ;
A leading A3ritish trainer The Bingle B gle jun e
Nat Seller says he is cancel- Tournament for last Tulrsd
ling plans end. two middle- was won by Helen Millt wt
weights to Amertia because of Aline Wood finishing in'secon
what he cells "The boycott of place. In winning, Helen scored
English fighters over there." points on every hole except No.
Sellers says British fight folks 18 and her 26 points proved to
are upset over the treatment be more than sufficient-to win
Johnny Sullivan received in No. 1 prize. Aline came in with
America. Sellers explains "af- 23 points.
ter a terrific start Sullivan All golfers of the fairer sex
found himself barred from other are reminded of the PWGA
fights. It's probable part of the Tournament on Saturday,.Feb-
managers feud over there." ruary 28th at Fort Amador.
Luncheon will be served at the
Former Welterweight Cham- Army Navy Club upon comple-
pion Johnny Bratton is ready tion of the day's play.
for the next step along the This is the first PWGA Tourn-
comeback trail after his knock- ament.of:53 and it is hoped that
out wia Monday night in New all the Clubs on the Isthmus will
York. be well represented come this
Bratton, after almost belng Saturday. Prospective members
kayoed in the fourth round are cordially invited to join our
came back to stop Tuzo Portu- organization, an participate in
gue% in the fifth. Bratton's next these monthly events. Let's start
out will be against Al Wilson the new year out in full force
of Englewood, New Jersey. It's ladies ,


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Stars, Identity, Box Office
by HARRY GRAYSON
NIA Sports Editor

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25 Dick that's bad for the 6oy and t-4c
Hanley gives you a brand new gaime."
pitch on college football Junking A Dick Hyland, the one-ta"
thwlplatoons. Stanford scatback now
"ThS end of wholesale substi- of'sperts in Lo Angeles, says,
tutloty will mean a boom at the Is poadlbe to. carry a cILu fr
gate* that not even television tively weak mm aon offena b
will stop," says the long ago opponents will spot a w e 46i-
Washington State quarterback pensive man and rue
who coached the Haskell In- ragged.
dians, Northwestern and the Pp Warner used to say, A
Chicago Rockets. that was a long time ago, "The
Hanley has the right slant, other felow can't score when
although telecasting will conti- you have the lall." a
e nue to take an even greater at-
tendance toH unless curbed by DEFENSIVE SPLANMM 3, .
the National Collegiate Athletic PREVAIL IN CEANOB-UACK "
t Association.
It was the rising cost of the Last. year Southerp Galfarnla
maintenance of the multiple of couldn't score when. had te
men demanded by the unit plan ball,. but was almt .ta to
which led to its demise, do it when the other feliw had
But players going both ways it.
will create more stars, who wilt
e on the premises long enough Warner looked first at defen-
o establish their identity. Thit Aive ability. The lad mat tiw
is what Hanley means when qui asuad on defense. The Old Man
says the change-back will oil the taught him offense. Thee Is a
turnstiles, dsli eI e and rigidity an of-
S. fense that i almos enti
It will be a more sustained, lackin on defense.
hence a livelier and better show, M j coaches can build an o6-
asd that's what gets the buast- fense. Comparatively few eA
neu. build a defense. When they
The -superior men will be on do both, you have a HIl
the field. Jones, a Sutherland, a ROA,
"It stands to reason," says Bllk and a Frank Leahy.'
Red Sanders, "that all of the The defensive player will *
players on kickoff, receiving, of- vil in the chang -ack.
fenasive, defensive, punting and _______. -
I conversion teams cannot be the
top athletes in an over-all pro- Band ~g ter
duction.
"A boy not too high of mental HOLYORItE, .a2m. (UP
or moral caliber could loaf and Among 1t appliuaet accepted in
attuned to those kind of assign- the Oatholic Siterhod It Pr-
ments. He didn't have too much evidence Mothahorze, Holtoke;
to do. was a blind woman. M i Jea
SPrances ra t Iprale,
SPECIALISTS DIDN'T BAVE *r sp
TO -B IN GOOD CONDITION 1 -
"Under the free sub4ftutilon A 8 a
rule," contiDues the head man .
who came to the Unlversity of
alftonria at Ls Angeles from
Vanterblt, "the player last the
opportunity of having the honor
of being In the starting lineup,
the real first team, the varaly.
"All will now have to be in If ys 9 har i a wro
condition. Under the platoon e coa... try baU
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The mother of Minot F. (Mickey)
Jelke testified today in her son's
defense against charges of com-
pulsory prostitution a n d living
off the earnings of cafe society
vice girls.
Mrs. Ralph Teal produced a
list of checks and other gifts of
money, which she said she gave
the 23-year-old heir between Jan.
1, 1951, and August, 1952.
In that period the state
charges young Jelke and a one-
time movie bit player, Richard
Short, ran a plush vice ring
that supplied night club mil-
lionaires with prostitutes at $50
a date and up.
Leafing through he r records,
Mrs. Teal testified that she gave
him a mbnthly allowance of $180
in January, 1951. and increased it
to $200 a month in April.
Shortly thereafter she furnish-
ed collateral so that her son
could borrow $400 a month from
the Bankers Trust Company.
"You mean you lust guaran-
teed the loan, you didn't actually
give him the money," Judge
Francis L. Valente interrupted.
"That's right, I furnished the
bank with satisfactory collateral
and they set up a loan arrange-
ment. It gave him $400 a month,"
Mrs. Teal replied.
She testified she also Rave her
sonlother amounts, and freauent-
lv oakd the rent on his swank
East Side apartment.
The defense contends the
charge of living off the pro-
ceeds of prostitution is nround-
leo because Jelke had suffl-
ceent income from other
sources.
MU Teal said she divorced
oleomargarine king John Jelke
when Minot Jelke was thirteen.
Minot is their youngest child.
She said her son's major in-
come after his 21st birthday was.
$200 a month from a trust set
up by his grandmother.
Young Jelke wore an oxford
gray suit with a light blue shirt
and a black tie. He sat nervously
cracking his knuckles as his mo-
ther recited her financial gifts
to him.
In the corridor outside the
courtroom some 150 would-be
spectators waited for an oupor-
tunlty at the 56 seats available
for the public.
'Jidge .alente has told the
defense to "quit stalling" or
rest its case.
He issued his speed up or give
uo orders to defense attorney
Semuel Seral in a bitter ex-
change at the close of testimony
yesterday.
"You're stalling; just plain or-
dinary stalling." said the judge.
"You've had three apd a half
days to prepare end you've done
nothing: absolutely nothing."
He ordered Posl to be prepar-
ed today "heca".se if you're not
I'm goino to direct you to rest
your case."


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TWENTI-EIGHTB YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1958 VIt B


Jelke's Mother


Tells Cour


How He Was Fixed For Money


RALEIGH, N. C., Feb. -25 (UP)
-The state- supreme court over-
rulled the "assault by leer" case
of Negro sharecropper Mack In-
gram today by deciding that he
could not be convicted of a
criminal offense "solely for what
may have been In his mind."
The state high court thus in
effect ruled that the old statute
under which Ingram was /on-
victed of assault by frightening
a teenaged white girl is too
vague to be valid.
"The facts in evidence in the
case at ,bar are insufficient to
make out a case of assault," the
unanimous decision said.


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When Segal countered with a
motion for a mistrial because
of the court's attitude, Judge
Valente snapped:
"Denied...make all the mis-
trial motions you want. They're
denied."
Defense attorneys apparently
undecided whether to put Jelke
on the stand& Witnesses yester-
day attempted to show Jelke had
plenty of money at his disposal
without taking the earnings of
prostitutes.
One of two defense witnesses
who failed to appear was Nick
Condos, former wrestler and hus-
band of nightclub singer Martha
Raye.
Pat Ward, 19-year-old admit-
ted prostitute who was the
state's star witness against Jelke
in the closed door portion of the
trial, attempted suicide in the
apartment of Condos and Miss
Rave last May.
Valente said he would sign a
warrant for the arrest of Condos
for ignoring a subpoena to tes-
tify for the defense.
Valente admitted the press
and public to his General Ses-
sions courtroom yesterday for the
first time since the trial began
three weeks ago and then en-
gaited in a heated exchange with
Jelke!s attorney.
The defense product four wit-
nesses and then asked to adjourn
because no more persons had
turned up to testify in behalf of
the oleomargarine heir.
Valente excused the Jury at
3:10 .m. and accused defense
attorev SaTmuel Segl of "a to-
tal lack of good faith" and
"plain; ordinary staIUng."
Segal had called as his, last
witness' yesterday a subpoena
server who testified that Friday
night he had served a subpoena
on Condos.


Segal said he did not show up.
Segal asked Valente for a war-
rant for Condos' arrest and the
judge said, "I'll sign it."
It was in Miss Raye's apart-
ment that Pat Ward, the star
state witness, allegedly attempt-
ed suicide last May.
Other witnesses called by Se-
gal yesterday included Charles F.
Salkeld, a vice president of the
Bankers' Trust Co., and Miss Syl-
via Backlar, a student counsellor
at Central Commercial High
School.
, Admission of press and public
had no bearing on an action
brought by two press associations
and five New York newspapers to
force Valente to open the court-
room, which he had closed for
the presentation, of the state's
case.
Attorneys for the United Press.
International News Service, New
York Herald Tribune, Post, News,
Mirror and Journal-American
have asked the appellate division
of the state Supreme Court to
compel Valente to admit report-
ers to the trial. A decision is ex-
pected this week.,
. Miss Backlar was the first de-
fense witness to appear before
the jury ot 11 married men and
one bachelor.
She testified i Wat Miss rd
whose name then was Sandra
Wls taky. attended the Com-
mereail H1ih School from Oct.
5. to Dee. 20, 1949. During that
tinm rat was In attendance 28
davi and absent 28 days, Miss
Backlar said*
Salkeld was called to refute
charges tht Jelke had been al-
most broke during 1961. But the
banker testified under cross ex-
amination that Jelke's bank bal-
ance had been overdrawn fre-
quently during the last six
months of 1961 and the first half
of 1952.


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"It cannot be said that ,a
pedestrian may be assaulted by
a look, however frightening,
from a person riding in an au-
tomobile some distance away.",
Ingram, 44-year-old father of
nine, was given a six-months
suspended sentence and placed
on five years probation for
simple assault at his third trial
at Yanceyville, N. C.. last No-
vember.
The supreme court ruled to-
day that the trial judge should
have allowed a defense motion
for non-suit (dismissal) of the
case.
In 1951 Ingram was sentenced
to two years on the roads in
recorder's court at Yanceyville
on the assault charge although
the defense proved that Ingram
did not approach nearer than
60 feet to the plantiff.
The girl, Willie Jean Boswell,
daughter of a Caswell County
farmer, said Ingram frightened
her by "leering" at her curious-
ly from his car as she walked
along a rural road.
She said he stopped the car
and "walked rapidly" after her.
appearing to be trying to cut
her off as she walked across a
cornfield toward her home.
The Negro told. a different
story. He said the girl was clad
in blue jeans and a straw hat
and that he thought it was a
boy who could tell him where he
could borrow a trailer.
When she heard the car motor
stop, the supreme court said
"the defendant at that time was
some distance away and no-
where in sight and when she
came Into the open space (corn-
field) she reduced her pace to a
walk and when she saw the de-
fendant walking fast across the
cultivated ground and stopping
at the cluster of bushes W or
70 feet away she did not ac-
celerate her speed."
"There was here np overt act,
no threat of violence, no offer
or attempt to injure," the su-
preme court said.
"It may have been that the
defendant had a sinister purpose
in stopping his automobile and
walking or running the 095 tei
across the field," the high c [
said, "but we cannot convict
of a criminal offense *olel
what may have been 1
mind."
The high court did ,
directly on other J=
appeal. MOO


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CHICAGO, Feb, 25. (UP).
Inland Steel Company.announc- '
ed today that It ts undertaking a
$50,000,000 project to develop
vast field of iron ore; near 8te
Rock Lak northwestern On
trio.
The field lA one or several aj
the area owned by Steep
Iron Mines, Ltd., which will
it to Inland on0 a 99-year bas
Inland *will pay epRdk
royalties based on a
of the market value of. the r
shipped by Inland.
The deal also includes a pio-
rlsion for DIand to end Step
Rock $8,000,u00, repa e after
minling operations beg. Step
ro&k w rll se the ftun as ad04
41tional working capital to speed
development of its own mines d
the adjoiing fields.
As part "f its projpec Inland
will have to drain a considerable
portion of the-lake and scrape
oft tone upon tons of overburden
to' reach the ore.- .
Actual iin,: howter, p
bably wi bed of t shaft undet
ground tye operation tath-
than strip tmlnig. "
Steep Rook has alrea* codn- c m-
pleted what was de '
"sapIetacGIr" feats of e'.-
ing in developing 'thp area.
The Seine River was diverted
to a, new channel and Pgls Bay
and Middle Bay of Steep Rock
Lake wafe d ned ot large t
portion 4 their water
Altogeter;, land laps'an in-
vestment of $58,000. over a
seven-year period to develop the a
ore body. When in full proluc- tm o
tion, the area wi hit a Volume Ole
of S,900,000 tons of ore annually.


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NICE. Prance, Feb. 25 (UP)-
A viotnt explosion todaywgreck-
d the street entrance 6 'the ._
rench Communist Party head-
quarters here in what may be X a
revival of the anti-Red bomb- tb
wings that swept Fqance a year at
ago. H
The blast smashed widows -~6
and seared buildings at a dis- da
tance of 700 feet. Thesd. were
no casualties. The damage was
estimated at $14,28. B
It was t te third post-Ubera-
tion bombing attempt Against
this Communist head ers
and was similar in violence to
the attacks on Red hanouts a
year ago.
Police said the pre-dawn e
plosion was caused by a plaster
bomb similar to those used in
the other attacks which have
never been solver.

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