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AN INDEPENDENT clHB
DAILY NEWSPAPER 4
atofa; ; tHE MARVELOUS
" : CARIOCA CAPITAL I
. .INT1RNATION Ah AIR.WAY9
.''Let the people know the truth and the country It 'Abraham Lincoln
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1957
FITf CXJTTaV rh
- 'About 3600 US Navy men, from seven destroyers end
the aircraft carrier, leyte are to ;pend 1 the weekend on
the Isthmus. V
fc-J They are scheduled to arrive afCristobal tomorrow,
and will jet three jdays' rest
nounced today r
V (.Ij 4 i 1 1 t
5 Th tftsk'rrouB which will vlS'
It the Isthmus is commanded by
Rear Adm. James t,eo, m w
' T vf A .... 1 1
The tfeven destroyers Rob Robinson,.:
inson,.: Robinson,.: Slgourney, Rows, Ross,
Wren. Healy and Becuna will
"berth at Coco Solo, -,
The teyte wiU dock at Crista'
: TVia task erroun hft lust taken
ijart In Operation Springboard,
the Atlantic neevs annum
ten tralninir PYprpise.
' The operation Is designed to
proviae maximum warning iuu
raise tne operauonai reuuuicu
of combatant ships of the fleet
by taking advantage 01 long pe periods
riods periods ot fair feather in the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Sea. -i
,; Approximately 100 Atlantic
" Fleet ships, includ'ng two air aircraft
craft aircraft carriers, a battleship,
' four cruisers, and a number of
' destroyers, submarines, mine'",
sweepers and logistic support
shias took part in the opera-
tion1, along with Atlantic Fleet
'anti-submarine and patrol air aircraft
craft aircraft squadrons. .1
, A liberal liberty policy was in
effect during the exercise.
Tn addition to the Isthmus,
Springboard officers and. men
Compost Fcr Gardens
Miy Be Purchased
rAf CZ Ibsery Sales
Compost for use in'tardentf la
; now available in either drunvor
bag lots at Nursery Sales stores
in thp canal Zone. Th compost
1 rrnfluri in dm "as. C0r01.
whir.h were reactivated tecently
by the Housing and Groul)ds.X
' u; "ft. J,--i .V?. k y.'.T."
Gardeners "who want "drum
int.ii f comoost.t at S3 fori a 65-
tailoti; drum: may s arrange for
delivery to their : Canal Zone
quarters.' ' i.'T'
- The compost may be purchas purchased
ed purchased at the Nursery Sales rStore
next to-the Balboa stadium; or
the Sales Store at the summit
Experiment Garden. The Mount
Hope store Is open from 7:15 to
11:45 a.m. and 12:45 to 4:15 p.m.
Monday through Friday. The
Balboa store hours are B a.m. to
5 p.m. Tuesday through Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The hours at Summit are
7 a.m. to noon and 12:30 to 3:30
p.m.. Monday tnrough saturaay.
A lenetlry biography of Pana
ma's President, Ernesto de la
Guardia Jr appears In the Jan
uary Issue or tne current, Bio Biography
graphy Biography a copy of which has just
been receivea oy tne uanai z.one
: Library. -v A. i.--y-:iiii It:1-r---l
Current Biography, which car-f
ries -on its. cover ; tne slogan
"Who's News and Why." Is pub
lished monthly, except August,;
by tne h. ,w, wuson co. 01 ew
: York.- It presents articles on peo
ple who are prominent- hi" the
news, in national and Interna International
tional International affairs, the sciences,' the;
arts, labor and industry. At the
end of the year, the articles in
: the monthly Issues are put to together
gether together in a single volume known
as Current Biography Yearbook
'- Almost two full pages are de devoted
voted devoted to the biography of Presi President
dent President de la. Guardia. It includes
data on his family, his educa education,
tion, education, and hlr business and poli political
tical political careers The artficle in includes
cludes includes reference to newspaper
and magazine articles and to
biographical data in such publi publication
cation publication as Who's Who in Latin
America and World Biography.
, Cargo. SlinqSlips;
Crushes Man's Fool
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An Icciflent Involving a cargo
sling loading t ship at a Cristobal
pier resulted in a crushed loot yes
terday for a sub-foreman in the
Canal's Terminal s Division.
William N. Hawks ef Colon,
. 47, Psiwmaniee, was admitted
te Cece Sole HespitsL At least
ene bene in his right foot was
broken end Ms els tee was bad badly
ly badly iaiured.
Slabs of marble were being load
ed aboard the SS Marco Polo at
the time of the accident. One slab
was in a sling which slipped and
knocked ever two other slabs, one
of wtich.fell on Hawks' foot.
and: liberty, the Navy an-
have naa tne cnance to visit sanj
Juan, Havana, St. Thomas and
The Leyte and the destroyers
will 1 leave Cristobal early next
week for NortoiK, Virginia,
Of Curacao Ships,
No unusual quarantine measures
have been adopted with respect to
vessels arriving m Panama Can
al waters from Curacao,, accord according
ing according to Health Bureau officials. 7
Cinal Zona helth officUIi have
betn aware of the presenci of
hoof and mouth disease in the
Dutch Watt Indies end the same
precautions are exercised for vev
.sels arriving from these ports as
from- other from variees ports
ef Central, end South t America
where the disease is known to ke
- Such ships are not quarantined
although they are not permitted to
dock if then) are cattle aboard. A
ship may be denied transit if there
are sick animals aboard which are
actively -infected with hoof and
mouth disease. The fumigation of
ships is noTordinarly required.
-The precautions against the in
troduction of hoof and ''mouth di
sease into this area are taken
through the joint efforts of h
nealth officials ia Tan ma and At
To PJIR Founders
Gels Ilev Inscription
If there was any confusion in
t.hft minHi rf Atlantic 1Ha vtetf..-
tItirs 3 018 purpose of the As-
plnwail-stephens-Cnauncey mo monument
nument monument near the Hotel Washington,--it
was cleared up this
week with the completion of an y
identifying Inscription carved on
the1 base. r-- y lr
. iong an Atlantic side land
mark, the monument 'stands'
near the right rear entrance of
the hotel. .Triangular in shape, it
was erected In 1867 in honor of:
Henry Aspinwall, Henry Chaun Chaun-cey,.and
cey,.and Chaun-cey,.and John Lloyd Stephens,
fViA. 'fAimflaM I r
. Tourists as well as many isth isthmian
mian isthmian residents were often pus
sled however, because the mo-
nument bore pnly the last names
of the railroad founders. -1
:. H."L Homa, local contractor
this week' completed the work- of
carving an additional identify identifying
ing identifying inscription which states:
"Erected in 1867 to founders of
the -Panama Railroad, first
trans-continental railroad of the
Americas, completed 1855." The
dates of each .man's life span
were carved In the stone under
each name. ,.:,
Sold By RAF
LONDON. Teh. 11 Vtn
Royal Air Force quietly economiz
ed ioaay in line with Britain's new
military cutback program. :
It sold 20,000 whistles at auction.
. J V
PATICXT WAIT The pensioner standing in the center has a ne,Dper over his head as
he leaves his place in the line to pek in to see hew the line is moving. .
At the Embassy
Hundreds of retired, local rate
employes of the U.S;; Armed serv
ices lined up under a brignt, sun
this morning to receive their pen
sion checks at the U.S. Embassy
on Balboa Ave.
It was the first time pensions
checks 1 were distributed at t a e
Embassy. Formerly all retired em
ployes received their pens ion
checks af the nearest Canal Zone
At the same time, retired local
rate employes, of the Panama
' Canal Co. were also queuing up
outside the Balboa Post Office te
receive their annuity checks. '
. Distribution of the checks start
ed at 8 o'clock this morning, em embassy
bassy embassy officials said. By 11 a.m. ap
proximately 400 checks had been
Jn view of the large number of
members of the Embassy1 staff
distributing the -- checks, the re retirees
tirees retirees lined tip Outside the embas
syi building, entered in grouDs
ten and wen up tp the landing of
tne ,nrst floor where their checks
were received from U.S. Vice Con
sul Hobfcrt Forcey and his assist
ants.,. Edith Brown and Volnevi
uuinard after presenting their ce-
auias tor identification. -
Forcey employes were pooled
from different departments of the
Embassy to handle the extra work
involved in, the distribution ofthe
The jnen and women watting
1n Jine receive, .theie efeekf
waited patientl, converting with,
each e herj or Just-.shifting from
one It 3 te another as thty wait
ed for the line to move. v
A few of them had taxis or priv private
ate private cars waiting for them. Others
walked to the nearest; bus top.
PENSIONER SMILES Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence (Shorty) Batson, a re,
tired employe of the UJ5, Ar-'
my Rrins widely as he. contemn
plates his pension check while
leaving the U-S, Embassy
? 2 building.
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BUDAPEST TO CLAYTON Matthew, the Canal Zone's young
.Freedom Fighter, traces his route from Budapest to the Aus-'
trian frontier on the road map he used during his escape in
November. Matthew went on TV last night to tell Isthmian
y viewers of-his
Ex'-Freeclom Fighter Lik US Teener,
Tii 1 nmnipst soccer center half
to come from Honmecoy a r a e,
Hungary, to Ft, Clayton in quite
a while figures to try a little oase
hall nn the side. ;
l This desDite a snappy broKen
IfiAlrf nlratecv which advan
! and four buddies clean through the
Hungarian and Russian frontier de
fenses into Austria Jasi novemDer,
Center half Matthew, 17, told
en Isthmian TV -ecdienee last
night how this play was pulled
off as Russian tanks moved Into
Budapest te crush the Freedom
Translatine for him was his sis
ter Katalin, wife of Col. J. R. Wal
ton, provost marshal ot tne us
Army, Canooean., ..
Till they met dockside last week,
Mrs. Walton had ,: not seen her
hrnther inrn he was four.'
Speaking in soft Hungarian, Mat
thew tola now ne ana nve irnu
arrived close to the frontier after
a train ride from Budapest, lost
their bearings trying to slip across
at nightfall, found a hut wun a can
of US food in it
This convinced them they were
near the border. ..
Then they spotted a border
pest. Matthew drew the .job: ef
recennoiterine, the pest. The par
ty figured that with his ability to
speak Russian,, he would have
the best chance of talking Ws
way eat ef trouble with border
guard if caught. -The
post was empty. On a table
were a packet of Hungarian cigar cigarettes
ettes cigarettes indicating Hungarian bord border
er border guards rather than trigger-happy
Russians and a compass.
Matthew took quick bearings. In
a short time he led the party into
Austria. ( i
Matthew still has -the mip ,he
and his party used in their es-l
cape. He had it in his pocket while
he was on TV last, night telling his
story.; When he casually fished it
out aner the snow to clarify some
points,; prop-conscious cr pro producers
ducers producers were seen sobbing in the
cornoors. .. -,
Another prep Matthew" did net
nave along was the first thing he
has asked for when he ; landed
here an Elvis Prsslty record.
Over this omission, nrodiirrs'
soomng was manfully suppressed.
Matthew will probably start in
at Balboa High School next school
year, after he has had unoro time
to practice his' English.
There was no TV discussion last
night on whether good English
would be of much hem In comma.
nicating with his prospective BHS
classmates. ', ;5
Though he" nas probably jf been
tnrougn more playing-for:keeps ad adventure
venture adventure since mid-October as most
Canal Zone 17-year-olds are. likely
tomeef in;1 a lifetime, Matthew
tikes everything calmly,., as it
seen witn his gentje grin and
crew cul in a bunch of buddies, he
could be tabbed, as having done
nothing more than, maybe conspire
to dump soap powder in '.the Coe-
ujau memonai pool.
But in him the Canal ione ha.
as the TV audience, learned last
iuni, rreeaom f ighter.. ;
On National GwraT
WASHINGTON Fh riTO
"sr occrerary cnanes E. Wil Wilson
son Wilson today agreed to testify later
before a. House Armed Services
subcnmmltlee on his charge that
the National Guard was a "draft-
uuuging nusiness" during the Kore
Subcommittee Chairman Overton
Brooks (D-La.) said he vi
word from the secretary that Wil-
un wouia oe willing to testify any
time after Feb. is when h Mf ,.
irom a vacauoo w l lorlda with
Mrs. Wilson. ..
Wilson vesterdav declined an in.!
Tuauun irora 15 root I to testlfr
Monday when the subcommittee
starts bearings on National cuard-
. dtii .L.. .. .
sr wuvv aa v "vewwu m a m iy f
"Brooks said Wilson informed him
today he would be glad to appear
ai any not sansiacrory lo tne
subcommittee'' after Feb. 16.
' The subcommittee is studying the
Defense Department's new order
requiring National Guardsmen as
well as army reservists to tke
six months basic- training. The
guard favors an 11 -week auramer
training plan. It. call the new ord
er a move to scuttle tne uuard.
A $270,000 plan ; to increase
Panama's tourist trade was out
lined last night by Agriculture
and Commerce Minister Victor
Navas at a meeting of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Chamber of commerce.
Navas said the government
plans to spend $100,000 on the
construction of low cost hotels
to attract tourists of modest
incomes and $170,000 on ad advertising;
vertising; advertising; and propaganda in
U.S. newspapers and maga maga-sines.1
sines.1 maga-sines.1 1
In addtlon the government
plans to recondition tourist
sites at Boqnete, Taboga, El
Valle and other interior towns.
Thousands ; of Panamanian
men, women and children
marched yesterday afternoon in
a procession in observance 01
tne Roman uamouc saint wu
Bnsco'x dav: i ; e, it
The procession, wnicn lasica
for hours, started and ended at
the Don Bosco Church on upper
Central Avenue after making
the rounds of the streets in tne
metroDolitan area of Panama
Two nackaee liauor stores in
the, area of Old Panama have
been ordered closed by the Fi Finance
nance Finance Ministry on the grounds
they, Ire functioning in a pro prohibited
hibited prohibited area. i ;
In addition the Finance Min Ministry
istry Ministry has requested the Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Ministry to designate those
agricultural or other areas m
which the operation of liquor
stores Is prohibited by law. A
LEomber Stands ttu!3
NEW YORK (UP) George
Metesky stood jnute at, nis ar
raignment today on a 47-couni
mrfirtmmt tor ma 10 years i
"mid hnmhine." Seven counts ct
the bill charge attempted; murder.
Aitnrnevi James D. C Murray
and Harrv F. Soellman told Judge
Louis Capozrou mat weiessy was
"unable-to unaersiana me cnr cnr-gcs"ahd
gcs"ahd cnr-gcs"ahd asked. that his pleading
be postponed until completion of
Metesky was returned from
court to Bellevue Hospital after
tb brief hearing. '
If found sane and convicted, the
53-year-old Waterbury, Conn., tool-
maker: could receive sentences
totaling 815 years. tt
Metesky, ( bachelor, said he
planted 34 bombs to publicize a
grievance against the Consolidated
CIJ1..J f Lis' JnwH.A rt. nlni.n.
ininy-lwo 01 me acvices nave
been accounted for, 22 of which
exploded, injuring 15 persons.
,1 a t J u a
Christmas Story :
tONDOfCFeb. 1 (UP) The
Foreign Office announced today it
has received a protest from the
Japanese government against
plais to hold themonuclear tests
near Christmas Island in the Pac-
fic this spring.
Japan called for suspension
the H-bomb tests.
A foreign office spokesman said 1
the note is' "being studied and a
reply will be sent in due course."!
Tropical Disease Lab May be Established on CZone;
Services Would Cooperate in Studying
A laboratory for research into James A. Shannon, Director of the
tropical diseases, particularly the National Institutes of Health. Well Well-virus
virus Well-virus diseases transmitted by suth known in the field of medical re re-insects
insects re-insects as the mosquito, will soon search, he served as a consultant
be established in the Canal Zone
if present plans of the United States
Public Health Service are carnea
: The Canal Zone Government, Ar
my, Navy, Air. Force, and Public
Health Serv let would cooperate la
the work of the laboratory. The Na-
I it.. a a ? m it uu
monai insuxuies 01 neaiin. unn.
of the Public Health Service, would
supervise the research to be done
here and operate the laboratory.
. "" -.
The locatioi ef the research cen center
ter center and other matters pertaining
to its establishment are now being
studied by a group of scientists
front Washington; they arri red
here last Wednesday and will re remain
main remain in the Canal Zone until Feb.
S'i'j '-.vSi -'J-'
SURVIY CROUP MIRi,
: The group is beaded by Dr.
. devitalization of the Panama Railroadj'nclurjes plans
for the purchase of six new refrigerator cars next year
and 60 box cars in future years.
These steps are part of the long-range capital pro program
gram program submitted by Gov. William E. Potter to the board
of directors and approved during their sessions this week,
. The completion of a 'track coding" system for use
in signalling is also provided for, along with replacement
of engines in the scooters. :i
These and other steps to dit expenses and increase
the revenue of the railroad ere initiated to conform
with the report and recommendations on its operation
approved early this year by the House Merchant Marina
and Fisheries Commirtee.
Several suggestions from the
report have already been put in-
Inline with the reports' pro proposal
posal proposal that military and. Canal
Company freight and passenger
business be diverted from tne
highway to the railroad, the gov
ernor has issued instructions to
curtail tot the minimum the
transnortatlon of Comnany-Oov
emmenV employes v.crosa ;the
Tst.hmu i ntamnhlle. ' f
i Use of.-a chemical sprayer to
control weeds -along the right
of-way has already replaced
hand labor, as the report sug suggested.
gested. suggested. A force reduction of 17
men has resulted.
, The only six refrigerator
cars fit for conversion to me mechanical
chanical mechanical refrigeration will soon
be changed over.: When this is
done the Commissary Division
wilt switch back to railroad
transportation- for supplying
quick-frozen foods to the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side units.
(Present refrigerator cars are
chilled with ice but tempera
tures are not low -enough, for
hauling products at near-zero
Other major suggestions m
the report prepared last year for
the committee by jonn T. mag-
ley, included a study of piggy
back" facilities and other means
of increasing freight volume plus
a revision of some rates and
The Panama Canal Review out
today released some of the moves
already taken to implement the
committee's wishes. The Review
said also: (
"The track coding of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Railroad is being done un under
der under a system developed several
years ago by Robert S. Wood,
signal supervisor. In track cod coding,
ing, coding, the rails are used in opera operation
tion operation of the signal system, rath rather
er rather than the more expensive ca cable
ble cable system.
"The extent to which econo economics
mics economics can be effected hy person personnel
nel personnel reductions train schedule
chances, and other sueeestions
is now being determined by stu-
taies oemg conducted Jointly b"
the Transnortatlon and TVrmi
nals Director, the Office of the
Comptroller, and the Executive
in tropical, diseases' to the Secre
tary of War from 1943-46, was as associate
sociate associate director -of .the National
Heart Institute in charge of re
search for several. years, and di director
rector director of the Squibb Institute for
Medical Research between 1946-49.
Dr. Shannon is accompanied by
Director of the National Institutes I
of Health: Col. Robert L. Hullins
horst. Chief of Research and Der
elopment in the Office of the Ar
ray's Surgeon General; Col. Rich
ltd P. Mason,' Commandant ofl
the Walter Beed Institute of Re Research;
search; Research; Dr. Wilbur Downs, Direc
tor ef the Trinidad Regional Virus
Laboratory, and by a Navy repre representative
sentative representative who has not been desig
t YELLOW Pf VER STUDY
' The laboratory Canal
Zone would be related closely te
Planning Staff. This study-will
also Include means of increas increasing
ing increasing railroad volume, rate'ehang rate'ehang-es,
es, rate'ehang-es, and related subjects.
"The general revitalization
program for the Panama Rail-'
road, which has peen showing
steadily climbing losses for the
past three years, will be complin'
cated by the chanaea which rm
required under the 1955 .Treaty.
, rCommitTn&w'b tariff ir
treatp provide, Jor the wili-
drawal of railroad service from t
the terminal cities of Panama ;
and Colon and the transfer of
those properties to the Jtepub-
lie of Panama. .
"When this is done, new nas-
senger and freight handllnar
facilities will be required in the
Canal Zone. 'r.
"Those terminal faHUHi.
Include passenger sheds near the-
oounaary line in Ancon and in
Cristobal, and a freight house
In Ancon. , ..
'It is tentatively planned
convert the Tivoll Commissary 1
closed last month, for use as a
ireignc aepot." ...... ; .,
Blue, Yellow, w.
Red Or Green 2
I've Been Robbed. i:
JOUET. 111. (UPY WAm. !..-
called notice v.trfv .n.
his wife's coat had been stolen
from his car.
Police looked it' Slm
said he was wrone-Jt vn thm
that was stolen and not the coat
As Sims, heatedly -protested' he
was not a car thief, one of the'
officers got an idea.
He asked Sims what color his
Car was. Sim nliarf nt
And Sims added that the neon
sign across the street was red.
Police Informed Sims he 'was
color blind. The car waa eYeen
and the sign was vellow. Th
they went downtown and found
Sims' blue car with the 'coat
parked where he left it. The frees
car was returned te its
Lab Operation j
tha Gorgat Memorial Laberate-'
ry in Panama which has been
doing research' in tropical medi
cine since 1921. According te ere-'
tent plant, key personnel WavM
be appeintad slmuKaneeutly te
the staffs ef both organizations.
Among other projects inTwhieli
the research workers would be in
terested is the progressive march'
of jungle yellow fever through the
Centr1 Americon republics, lie
the newly -recognized viral, agents
transmitted to man by mosquitoes, 1
some of whka are' related Joimoa-j
ologlcally te yellow1 fever and den-
gue viruses, and others : to ence- t
pbalitis viruses, v
Preliminary plans for the ettab-7
lishment of the laboratory .indicate
that at kast three years, would be I
neeaea.- 10 cererminn whettier or 5
not the scientifie work ef the group
were ob jective, -while five yirs
sheuid show major accemnllih-
ment of the initial objectives.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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Ht'-f it ye conrriotire a lerrer son c pa impnmn n n ipif in
rW day. letter art published in tha erdar raeaivad.
t"J Plaaa try to keep' the letters limited to ana page length.
- Identity of Utter writers it held In strictest confidence.
-f ''! -. Thia newspaper assumes na responsibility for statements or opinions
J jipressad i fetters from readers.
& MAJOR LEAGUERS
' Well the Panama Canal Board, of Directors, the governor
w and other assorted concentrations of alleged gray matter are
batting '1.000. They are an hour late and a doiiar short, which
JUat least makes them consistent
ir--xf; Five year airo an independent engineer predicted that tne
IN Jr .nr,tf,,rc nmulri ha una hlfi tf
i j anama wanm ms picscui,jr biiu.ui
f cop with traffic by I960. J
II m. ciruiia oil remained blissfully unconcerned how-
1 ever, until oulte recently. Now. as though this situation had!
r . m i.n AnnnAnt a ntirn wnar.
developed overnignw iney wa us wbu -v
amounts to a mild crises.
A. f t.vi Armv irnvemors or Naw marine directors who
r foisted on the Canal in positions of authority could have.
learned years ago that tne uanai was BecwumB uiuniuwp
they had been able to endure the indignity of consulting ca ca-reer
reer ca-reer civilians who have been engaged In the business of tran tran-aittlnn
aittlnn tran-aittlnn amps through the Canal fonha past two or three de de-cftdw.
But Just about the time these military appendages learn
that the locks aren't opened with a key. away they go and a
new set of brass-bound incompetents move in.
; ,If they live long enough, they wind, up hT their dotage on
the Panama Canal board of directors where they are able to
do m little further damage in their declining years. You can t
beat 'em and ydu can't Join 'em. It is Indeed amazing that
hlps manage to pass through the Canal In spite of the petty
meddling of these major league bunglers.
.v.'Tir Race You, to. the; Other Sid?"
SAN ANTONIO BCGLEj ?
By VICTOR RIESEL
Those three spies the FBI) trailed
for 13 years and picked up the
other day used to report to a real
htavy drinker by toe name of
Comrade Vassili Mikhailovich Zu-
Win. This fellow is an alcoholic to
day in a sunny test home some somewhere
where somewhere in southern Russia.
But be sure had his sober' tn o o-mmts.
mmts. o-mmts. He never, got loaded untjl
he had his spy chores in order-r-whether
he was on assignment as
a major-general preparing Poland
fur Red invasion or as Soviet MVD
Intelligence chief preparing to cut
tnese United States down to size.
. This latter, chore included tha
infiltration of American unions,
especially on tha waterfront. Ac According
cording According to government reports.
ono called of his spying aides
was a follow Steve Nelson, who
still is free and wandering' a a-round
round a-round the countryside.
much trust ir Nelson, who rose to
t-e a hiB-time chief inside the Com
munist Party and director of its
efforts to infiltrate vital aluminum,
steel, coal, electronics and atomic
I helped drive Nelson into the
open after we found him operating
out of a seedy Pittsburgh office
which looked exactly like what a
Hollywood prop-man would think a
nondescript spy should be using.
But there was nothing nondes nondescript
cript nondescript about Nelson's chores. Go Government
vernment Government reports indicate that
while this aiJe of spy-master Zii Zii-bilin
bilin Zii-bilin was directing the infiltration
of the CIO's steel, aluminum and
electrical unions, and the mine
workers, ne himself was of th
Soviet Red Army's Fourth Sec
tion which has most account ex executives
ecutives executives in charge of spying;,
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NEA Service, Tec..
Walter Winchell In New York
Almost a week of this drizzle and not quite an Inch"' 'of
. rain. Warming up a nttie over tne country, om oumu aiiiui-
" nla Is not too sunny and uia men rrosi, cuiw
state. Maj cool her politicians that want to take control of
the) country away from Texas. i
. The Eisenhower bunch is trying to squeeze in for Senator
Republican that was a Democrat until Ike showed up a
Republican, If Texas gets the bill through that was introduced
yesterday calling for a majority to elect, it will be katy-bar-the-door'
for the Republicans. They could make a lot of
changes ta the election laws that wojld be beneficial, and It
may be time to get rid of my old pale tax law required to
-make us eligible to vote. j
t tnr that law to, curb ft lot of transients and non-
vnitr that, vera the first to the polls who paid no
The weatherman has just warned of another cold strike
ante ring the state, so we hold on to our overcoats. With this
four-day drizzle I notice the buds are dwelling on the trees In
the yard might kill the fruit buds if it gets too hard. Our
last pecan crop was poor and many faulty nuts resulted. Hope
lor better luck this year, but can't see it with all the dry
weather we have had.
I was very sorry when I read the letter Interested Mother
No. 2 wrote. I don't think it was very .kind and considerate .of
Jier to say the things she did.
I am one of the girls that go out to the skating rink and
have met many O.I s down there. To me there are a lot of
Tboys who don't rate with the G.I.s at all.
f? Just as Interested Teenager No. 2 said,. I also have a bro brother
ther brother overseas, and I hope that the people are treating him
nuch nicer than Interested Mother No. 2 Is treating the ones
down' here. " .
All of the soldiers are In the service to fight for their
jeountry and not necessarily of their own choice. They are also
In the service to help their fellow countrymen.
ntm 1 nnt a itlnc! nersnn in this wnrld who is nerfect.
Lbut there are a lot who are almost perfect. I could say a lot
for the O.I.s down here that I couldn't say for some of the
other people who are out .of the service, such as Interested
""-Mother no. i.
. .. . ..'...',.''
Interested Teenager Ne. S
So while we were working our THE BROADWAY LIGHTS
fingers to the hnn
writers trying ''to work a fir. nn. The First Night; The week's
dei Nelson, he shouted that he was "litary newcomer, a comeay Ut
being oersecuted. Nov wo loo-Jiea "iue Waitz ot the Toreauors.'
that there is in the government 'challenged the Uuus-on-the-Aisie.
lts,aa.a. HS. Trm
n thought you wera going to play earda tonight!
tou n weanng cha myewsinB ni
Wo ara pleated to Inform our clientele and tha
public in general, that effective January 31st,
1957,' we ara moving to our new office building
Corner of 12nd Street and Avenlda Balboa
inear British and American Embassies).
MAX R. STEI'PH. & 50I1S, LTD.
Tela. I-5I t-4J7 Mill
. CUrm Dept. S-M5I
files a report that Nelson did go
humbly to Zubilin and treat him as
his chief just as did the trio ar
rested Dy tne FBI in New York
told Comrade Zubilin that he was
This report reveals that Nelson
told Comrade Zubilin that he was
ur.nappy over the "handling of li
terature and Other rfnrnm.nliAr
rwiateriai which was being trans-
miuea 10 po-jits in. the South Pa Pacific
cific Pacific by Communist seamen cou couriers."
riers." couriers." This plaintive note was
struck by tovarich Nelson in a con
versation with Zubilin during the
war wpt-n our marines were lying
around in steaming swamps being
antpea ar oy Japanese riflemen, t
Furthermore, says this report,
'Nelson discussed thorouehlv with
Zubilin the various personalities
eugagea in worK tor the Comintern
apparatus on the Vest Coast, using
for the most part cover name in
referring to them. ..Nelson also rlia-l
eussed with Zubilin what -were
vagueiy uescrmea ny htm as
'Russian activities' to distinguish
mem irom me political and prop propaganda
aganda propaganda work of the Comintern."
Nelson was real helpful, adds
the report. He suggested to Com Comrade
rade Comrade Z that "in. each Important
city or stata the Soviets have but
one contact who la trustworthy
and to lot that man handle ho
contact with Party member
who aro to bo given special as assignments
signments assignments by tho Soviets."
Nelson told Zubilin "that his
work on behalf of the apparatus
has beta brought to him by a cou courier
rier courier from "New York and that
Earl Browder wa fully cognizant
of the fact that he, Nelson, was en engaged
gaged engaged in secret work for the So Soviets."
viets." Soviets." Now. you might ay justifiably
that all this happened during the
war yuars ago. Well, the FBI
itarted to trace Major General Zu
bilin 13 years ago. A few days ago
it picked up three "sleeper" spies.
How many others are there left of
he "apparat" which Zubilin took
over from his predecessor,, who
ever mat was7
1 respect the desire for latter latter-day
day latter-day integrity in the disillusioned
heart of Earl Browder. But he can
teli us where some of the agents
were planted. Apparently, so can
Steve Nelson. Was his plan for one
super agent for every important
rtate adopted by Comrade Zubiline
If so. who was Disced where?
Are they still active? Have they
turned against Russia and ara tney
willing to. talk Certainly if there
were three spies in Mew York.
there are still others elsewhere.
Master spies come and go. But
the rings finger on.
After Zubilin there cam a Gre Gregory
gory Gregory Dolbin, who also dipped into
U.S. unions and politics. He has
long left us. Whl is his successor?
What spies is he planting before
he. too. goes home. Comrade Nel
it represents an Anglo-French ai
nance written by France's Jea.i
Anouun. and starring Britain s Si.
the coffee) in every studio, the
winner wouk; have to be Barbara
Stanwyck'' ... In her latest movie.
"Written on the Wind," Lauren
Bacall (Mrs. Humphrey Bogaro
becomes a widow ... Nat (king)
Cole has another recording hit Li
"After Midnights ..V Beevarhd thu
only Indian chorus girl in tow.i
Ralph Richardson. Tne new hit! (with "Li'l Abner"), and her
was nailed by the New York Times; writer-hu&band expect a papoose
man as "a remarkably say come-! in the Snrinir Inerid'a next nir
Jy" v An enrertauung sundae,ture (when "Anastasia" ends in
"Me. roues oi 1857," glided into run in N.Y.) wiJ be "Paris Does
Madison jjq. Garden. It is, ac-!Srtange Things", via Warner's ...
cording to the aislemen, repeite Dolls who worsed in the same
with racefu. tutti-fruttis... "AI chorus ("Panama Hattie") in 1941
Cleans "i the Wonrin." stirrin t ant jiraahArf' thai" UnllvuinnH hoatr.
Kim Manley, "discarded- its cios-i ens include June Allyson- Vera-
tag notice: and 'decided to battle Ellen, Doris and Constance Dow Dow-the
the Dow-the critics The day after "Sma.lJing, Lucille 1 Brerier, Miriam
War on Murray Hill" closed, critic! Franklin, and Janice Carter .;.Do i
Brook Atkinson authored a leng-
tny ssay haiung the direcuon,
acung ana .'.costumes, in other
words," he nent posies to the funer
al ... In Philly, Tallulah Bankhead
scored her customary nersnnal
inumpn-m -Jiugenia ... "Tunnel
a' Love,"1 starring Tom Ewell. Is
having a successful treasure-hunt
in the tryout towns ... Seven ba
bies, all boys., have been born to
cast-members of "The Most Han
py Fella" since the musical hit
opened last May.
In the Wings: Comic George hde hde-Witt
Witt hde-Witt explained the difference be
tween performing in a theater and
in a night club. "In a theater if
someone out front is celebrating a
birthday party o anniversary they
don't want it announced" .
Frank Sinatra hit a few clinkers
at the Cona the other nieht and
kidded himself with: "If I could
nnd the key.rd go to my room!"
The. day after the opening night
flop: "It wasn't that tho critics
hated it. They ust didn't like it"
... "Tho plot dragged tho cast
down- with H" w "WeU get some
new money and blow town I" ..:
"Yew see, no show can last long
or than H. money", ... "Tho
author ts no writer. He's
drunkl" "We should hay o o-ponod
ponod o-ponod daring Lent, then we'd
have an excuse."
Stairway to the Stars: Frank
Capra, one of the Hollywood
greats, told us: "If they took a
poll on the star everyone likes.
from producers down to the stage
hands (and the til who runs for
Rondo, whose Jubilee recording it
"Two Different Worlds, is so good
was a plumber before making tha
hit. ",' i m.w '4 44
The Newsboys: It happened in a
Bronx court. The gazettes appar
etly didn't hear it. The magi
strate was hearing the complaint
or a wile, bne alleged her husband
lived with her this week and with
another woman the next, "You
will have to make up your mind,"
said his honor, "Do you want this
other woman or your wife?" ...
"I want my mother!" was the re-
pl: ... Now ab.v-t Joe Louis and
his tar problem. Why doesn't the
boxing club (for which the ex ex-champ
champ ex-champ made so many millions)
show its appreciation by staging
an important bout and contribute
the entire receipts to the tax col
lector to help Joe pay up?
Hmmm, I thawtnut ... Headline:
"Ingrid Bergman Flies to N.Y
From France For Award" .
Shi-wing how far soma people wil
go just to say thanks Goffredo
Huxley, Esquire's intellectual,
comes out boldy in favor of
plea si re. He logically argues
that you can be happy by on
joying yourself ... Men, a lady
oyliner in Pageant candidly con contends
tends contends that "men are not what
they used to be" Tho Satevo Satevo-post'a,
post'a, Satevo-post'a, editorial page boots the
brais onf yejlow-tra valors. Read
it and think ... Meet Walter Lipp Lipp-mann,
mann, Lipp-mann, fortune teller. In tho Now
Republic ho sixes ud tho world
of 1957-67 Unhappily, tho future
seems mora Red than rosy ...
The U.S. News-World Roper t's
startler; "A rumor is around
that J. Edgar Hoover is consid considering
ering considering retirement." That : rumor
was roportoc! bv thia column and
we said we did not beliavo it,
The' StorylTellersr The
good news was .the report by Ros Ros-coe.
coe. Ros-coe. -Drummondy ibe Washington
correspondent f'lf anything were
needed pi show President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower s recouped vigor and stami stamina;
na; stamina; this three-day, 4800-mile, seven-stop
dawn-td-dusk drought trip
has.djmo if ... Why the to-doodle
abOUt the Dress beino harroH mnJ
L. r. l u ,-.
ue oaoDam pnvan Inaugural cer
C i ..... . .
r several eoitrjria it i r.
gued it is a threat to press freedom
wu, nuizi rreswent Wilson took
uw oaui minus press coverage.
rlERRY- Go Qou;jb
'ty DIIW riAHON
WASHINGTON AFL-CIO pres I Distributing Co.. a beer-distribuU
ident George Meany, is scheuuel mg firm to that firm for $100,000,
to take on' the head of the wprio i According to the records of the
biggest labot union, Dave Beck, ii Washington Secretary of State, the
Miami this week. Meany has tang
led with Beck petore, cnieny( ov
er Beck's sponsorship of the rac
ketiridden International Longshore
men; which the. AFL-CIO outlawJ
ed. At mat time UecK oacaei
This Mt' the showdown Is go-h toJty..W
ing to be more serious, for the re
putation and honesty of nrganiz-
ed labor is on the spot following tne
refusal of teamster officials to ar-
president of Sunset Distributors is
Norman Ger sert, a.nepbew of pave
Beck's wife. Loretta.Gessert, nsU
ed as secretary-treasurer,' is Ges Ges-sert's
sert's Ges-sert's wife. ,
Beck had acquired this property
May i, laai; tor S4a,ouo.
a plot of lan'd occuoied bv the K
and L Distributors, another beer-s
distributing firm, at 4660 -E.,' Mar-
crinal Wav in Seattle tn thm f'n.
swer questions before the Senate SRS.-?.fi.
Investigating' Committee in Wash
Meany and the AFL-CIO Execu-
Beck had bought this prooertv
July 29, 1955, from his own realty
company; which acquired it -in 1847
4.1. :i i -i zur aiu.uuu.
uve viuutu uave-. muni a iuvvj. '. Thia .a-4
staha for clean unions. They meaV, p; tsTS t ?.r
it.Beck. therefore, will' have t,
are listed as Mrs. Beck's
nephew,- Norman Gessert; -with
Here are some of the thinps "ST Z2l wamrJi UZt,r7
he and other teamster chiefs obvi
pusly aren't anxious to testify a
Last year, the teamster czar sold
a total of $890,000 worth of real
estate w Seattle. Why he sold it in
a relatively short space of time
ana wnere ne got that much pro
perty in the first place is not
It's known, however, that Beck
rras been under income-tax invest!
gation. The sale of real estate
micht have been to secure a cap!
tal-gains tax to pay tax assess
One s thing the Treasury has
been Investigating la whether or
not the $143,215 the teamsters
paid to Sock for his house was
a gift; or income. Bock sold the
house to tho teamsters with tho
proviso that ho continue to live
in it. On top of that ho also sold
his furniture to the union for a
reported $90,000. 1 j
At the recent Senate henrlno it
was Indicated that a Seattle rnn
tractor was also paid out of union
iunas ior repairs or Beck's, hnu
This would put the union in the
posiuon ox paying for repairs on
the hoi.se, then buying the house
it had prrtly paid for.
tearoster. czar, who tad
uccu H'iw-.'-,isennnvpr in ia
ed amazement in labor ranks when
ie Buwemy came out for Eisen
hower; in 1956. Some of his col
leagues remarked: "Beck's pulling
n Adam fHavtmi pnn,.n
L "e egro congressman
from Farlem who came out for E
senhower? after he got1
uuume ianc surrmer.
hP Intelligentsia i J,' .,Hjr4in,
the HVood sertirel, has a hot
book. Humphrey Bogart's autobio
graphy which Hyams Collab'd. Bo Bo-??iUejected
??iUejected Bo-??iUejected Messner's offer of
BECK'S RIAL.BSTATK RE COR
,hi K-i-.. """r leaner
;t i:100. e1ers 'must
wev represent, to his files as he
rV" "Ul"sc realist ate
fm SS? Asso1iati0P. teamsters
:L?& fe-!3?:000: The deed!
io Knt lne lots Feb- 10,
attorney and also a teamster offi
' On Jan. 281956, Beck sold nine
acres' of- land to the National Bank
of .Commerce, which was acting for
an unrevealed trustee. The'- price
was $137,500. Beck had bought the
land for $14,000 1 from Howard
Sparkman cn March 15,-1948.
Beck also sold five lots on Boren
Ave. and Jeff cj son St. in Seattle
for a reported $85,000. He and as associate
sociate associate purchased the lots about
nine years earlier for a total of a
round $30,000, i '
, BATTLE IN KREMLIN
.' The next lew weeks will decide
which forces will emerge trium triumphant
phant triumphant in the grim battle now go-.
ing on inside ths Kremlin. Ameri
can diplomats have picked; up e-,
nough information to piece toge together
ther together what thev think is a reason
ably accurate story regarding the
battle staged by Communist Sec-'
retary Nikita Khrushchev to stay
in power against the onslaught of
old guatd Stalinists. . - v
Imharrtn chief tif an Italian filri'"' Syracuse IT r,
firm, told reporters: "Your, new, aoimus aioum is named "Love
American cars are precisely lute v-eu oiarrmg you and I" .
The lots ara nn mi i
ate narking nrt to the tea miters
Quarters. The union expects to
erect r-uildini? on them.
an ii iti nauasr moiIi ar m
aA am n vuer in iiiaufj a DrOTlI m
S40 IWI a Ana ttl aa aam ..r F "1
Z'l I001 fr0m, T" nd P;to hi own ""'o" What somTof h(5
tile BlCture w ,w MmmhM tA..iai .
ija, pl "uuu iuni wwuiu iib in Know is
lion.-Shrreceived $250,000 and n whv tJe union didn't make the pro-PC-
of the world rights n.r.n fit. not Beelr
W. Reidenrunioh ...k-- A U... a irr b .
strongest, is n asst drama nrrf acre near J$ So.Hh i i
. TO mo Blako'tf Broa
Georgt Malenkov, brother In- ;
law of Khrushchev, who inherit-
od Stalin's cloak immediately af after
ter after ho died, appears to be stag staging
ing staging a, comeback. Khrushchev's
vji mum pviiciv fowpra rtiira,
the west, and at first toward
Hungary had played into Melon-
kov's hands. '
The man who came, to Khrush-'
chev's rescce was none other than .'
Chinese Premier ChouEn-lai; who
rushed to Moscow because Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev pleaded that he .needed his'
Chou.' desoite an his fierv talk
about world Communist solidarity.
actually; is reported, to favor
Khrushchev i i milder policies or
Ipsa Pnmmimitt Ant.n1 mm Mm.
moveme tr0w. Hn favnn th Titn.rmnllr
school of a loose federation of Com-
munist-states, more or less, inde independent
pendent independent of Moscow; And rather
than see the Stalin crowd come
back, he went to. bat for Khrush Khrushchev,
chev, Khrushchev, ,;
This undercover struggle for
power in Kremlin is the reason ,.
why both Tito and Gomulkt have
started to play down their differ differences
ences differences with the Kremlin. Diolomatie
observers report that, neither man
has changed his mind about want wanting
ing wanting complete freedom from Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, but they a re soft-pedaling ;
their views in order to help Khrush Khrushchev.
Grand climax to this- hattie for
oower wfU tke place at the meet meeting
ing meeting nf the Supreme Soviet next
If a Usy Uvar eantc yoa to suffar
from ladlnatlon. na. haartburn, oosw
Land Development Co. Tha r.'
ords show that Beck and hhi parl
our actresses. They have enormous You and me, dearie ... "Count Voi-' 9hwm Harlan Callahan,
rear ends and wonderful motors."
(Whutz their license numbers?).
News note: "Modern child una
fraid of dentist".. Or anyone else!
Tho Maoailnos: Tho "huh?"
of tho week Is Time mag's de declaration:
claration: declaration: "Ry sticking to tho
facts, Alfred Hitchcock missed
tho, truth" Jerry Lewis plays
Pagliaccl tn Look meg. Stresses
tho grimmer side of belnq a
clown. Boo-hookum w Aldous
.. i .' .
the 3rd printing with little heinl 'Thy mW w $45,000,
Y FIT liaaaleJ TO EUROPE. .
p Jin eg?
2-STOP FLIGHTS FROM PANAMA
it K choice of I different rentes to
, It Lozurions First Claee oe ecoiwiniicel
. ', Tewiet Senriee alao from New York ead
, ilezioo City. Fly mow -Pay Lotert '.
:'',. it B'S Mrnci: It-da? farm lit a Kaw Yerti
aad atarope; roaaO Tnreo) Ptaaa,
. it Abo teat, cearvoaiaert KLM liflrto to tko
Cm Itbeon, Cetei seal BaaMi
m yovt Tuvm aockt
CUI bnl 0
Mt nan. mxtx s-naa
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from reviewers. It is about a wild
. on us snow-rusines fringe.
?iW5t-a i00,,fiI ... Tbo .Vlst .Vlst-m,E,W,
m,E,W, .Vlst-m,E,W, Pm,ejr ming
Don t Just do something stand
Geraldine Page few seasons ago.
.tV. Warksmanshlpj Os-
" anyone can sympa-
' sufferings of o
friend, but It requires o very
fmoneture to tympathito with
frloncTa success Jules Loviot
There s r.ally only -ono thing
wrong with tho yowrwer enera enera-oa;
oa; enera-oa; a lot of us don't ftoloae; to
ft any mora... Anon: Tact la
Mo unsaid part of what vo
r"" ; J E- Lowla: If J had
R at to do over again I wouldn't
Java tho energy B'wiv Cao Cao-hjclusr
hjclusr Cao-hjclusr IgrW Umn learned
ono thing, friends ore people
1 Hioalon la real tonic to the Urer and
-!a-i- Oa UlaaUa aln siasMtaiana
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-r. f vvw. wv.a DU1U IVIlie WWuuva eai g isjiif vs
property occupied by, the Sunset ': ","'v: -' "v
.Suceosa consists in finoVig ei ei-w
w ei-w preener postures or greener
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nicknamed 5 Relate
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v FRIDAY fTBRtJARY 1. 1957.
TS3S PANAMA AMERICAN -i AN INDEPENDENT DAILY "NEWSPAPER V
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ISTHMIAN INDUCTED Prank R. Claycomb, Jr., 18-year oia
son of Mrs. Charles E.- Ramirez, Is congratulated by Col.
Claudius A. Beall Jr., adjutant general ot Headquarters, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command, after, being sworn, into the US. Army a? a
private. Claycomb is a, graduate of Balboa High School.
"""wTTKNna aires. Feb. 1 (UP)
a Mounted and foot police yesterday
broke, up a free-tor-aa ngni oe
' tween Commuinsts and anti-com
-' munists before the Government
T House where new Russian Am
- hassador Mikhail Kostylev was
presenting his credentials to Pres President
ident President Pedrft .1 Aramburu.
4 The ambassador's car lad an
unusually 'strong escort of six mo mo-"
" mo-" torcycle policemen and two riot
squad trucks. Heavy police de de-,
, de-, tachments were stationed all
along hfe route from the mbass?
toihe Government House,
Posters with' the? inscription:
.Soviet Dog -T You Did This',
were pasted o v e r n'i g h t on
walls along ; the route,' together
with photographs of dead Hungar Hungar-Jan
Jan Hungar-Jan workersv,The inscription was
written both In spanisii. and rus-
.sisn,.. fcostyiev. : speaxs .apfinisn,
, City workers were, 4hlistef nast-
, !Jy to remove the "Soviet.pog
Rival croups cat-called or ap
. plsuded as the Ambassador's car
passed, one group oi anu-uom
; munists held aloft a banner read
-: tog "Go Awayl" .
innfbor vrnun ncatterM "inti.
Communist leaflets' which at one
1 time caused the horses of some of
tne sanjnanin grenaaiers m me
1 "escort to rear." Police knocked vone
;'hot afraid of voul", The pamphr
v Hie' ceremony of the amijassa amijassa-11
11 amijassa-11 dor's presentation of his creden credentials,
tials, credentials, fasted only eight minutes,
with perfunctory exchanges in
Spanish between President Aram Aramburu
buru Aramburu and Kostylev, j
What Ike Knows
WASHINGTON. Feb. 1 (UP)
Sen. Robert S. Kerr (D-Okla)
thinks the earth would be unpopu
kiled if Eve had known no more
about fruit trees than President
, He said in his weekly newsletter
tl.at he feared four years ago the
President s knowledge of agncul
tore was "very .limited.",
During his first term, Kerr said,
Mr. Eisenhower showed that "he
didn't know the difference be
tween farm prosperity and farm
Bflt "during his recent tour of
the drouth area' Kerr said, "I
was amazed to read that he even
mistook a peach tree for an apple
tree on the Oklahoma farm he
visited.' v; --'
''Now that is really an Ignor Ignorance
ance Ignorance of fundamentals. Just think.
if Eve hadn't known the difference
between an apple and a peach,
what a barren world this would
Chemical Corp Chief!
To Visit Army Here,:
Is Arriving Monday'
" Brie. Geri. Marshall S t u b B s,
Commanaiug General, v Chemical
Corps. Materiel Command, Army
Chemical Center, Md.,': mil arrive
Monday lor a live-day visit in me
Canal zone., ,
He will be welcomed at USAR
CARI BHeadquarters by 'Maf. Gen
Thomas L Harrold. USARCARIB
Commander, and will- be accorded
a guard of honor on his arrival. arrival.-During
During arrival.-During his visit he : will, confer
with Chemical Corps personnel ui
the -Canal Zone and inspect area
chemical materiel His itinerary
also incluoes tours of 'Fort San
'Lorenzo; the USARCARIB School
at Fort Uulick and j visit to Ca
ribbean Command Headquarters
at Quarry Heights,' r
Chemical Officer of Headquarters
USARCARIB is IX, CoL J. G. Ap-
WASHINGTON, Feb." 1 (UP)
AQtor uanny naye today received
a scroll front .President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower honoring him as "big
brother of the year'"' for 1956.
Al Oxford Wti.
, LONDON, Feb. 1 (UP) For Former
mer Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia
George F. Kennan was named a
professor at Oxford .University to today.'
day.' today.' ,.v.j , .. ii, i
Kennan, author of the Vcontain Vcontain-ment
ment Vcontain-ment plan" against communism
after World War II and the first
head of the State Department's
policy planning staff, will travel
to Oxford next October as George
Eastman visiting orofessor. to lec
ture-, on Soviet-Western- relations.
An Oxford official described
Kennan as "a great expert on
Russian affairs and a great lover
of England." Kennan has said the
United States shares the blame
with Britain and France for the
Suez crisis. ;
Kennan has been connected with
the Institute for Advanced Studies
at Princeton since he left his Mos
cow post in October, 1953, at the
request of the '.Kremlin.
tjCAi(fc feflj I OTHER MILITARY I
S Billitnfc i' PROGRAMS BRING.
i Billions . AZSY TOTAL FOR
' ' i 'f5iTK ARM0 f0RCES
' '''' 70 0
MtAiLui .V $10.3
To Be Speaker
The Rev. J. W. Limkemann.
secretary ef the- American Bible
Society, will be guest speaker at
Protestant services -'at wth Fort
The; Rev. Limkemann, a former
missionary in central America,
wm speak on his experiences while
he was distributing the Scriptures
thrqughout the area. The Sunday
School and morning worship offer offering
ing offering at the chapel next Sunday
will be donated to the American
s ( .-.
-, Obt j
V ( -V 1
Mil ITADV BimfiFTIIUfi Newschart shows how the $38 bil
lion' -requested for the armed forces by President Elsenhower
irt his fiscal 1958 budget message will beydivided. Importance
of airpdwer n modern defense is undefined by the fact that
the Air Force gets almost as much as the two other arms. From
it the USAF' will get 45 all-jet B-52 strategic bombers to re replace
place replace 30 B-36's; Its interceotor squadrons will be strengthened
nd the-anti-aircraft missile program expanded. The Navy
will get new.' modernized attack carriers, more jet aircraft,
atomic- submarines and guided missiles. Army divisions will
be reorganized on more flexible lines, with added atomic sup
Jordan Paper Says
NY's Mayor Bowed
To Race Pressure
AMMAN, Jordan. Feb. 1 (UP I
A Jordan newspaper Charged to-f
uay mat rvew lone uny s Mayor
Kooert t Wagner bowed to racial
pressure vhen he snubbed Saudi
Arabia's King Saud.
The newspaper Falasiin, voic
ing the first Arab criticism of
Wagner's action,' said he refused
to greet King Saud in order to
"humor the feelings of the Jewish
community re&lding in the city."
It accused Wasner of ienorine
the dignity of the President of the
United States, the nation's govern government
ment government and its people.
If you "rTrom G.ttln,
Vigour, NrvouBner treaKnwj y
Get P8n tra your ehjlt ww.
A WORD TO
U.S. ARMY OFFICERS
The New Green and Blue Uniforms we are
makfng for local personnel and taken by
them back to the States Is producing for .us
more orders from States' Personnel than
we ever imagined possible.
Look in to ,Your requirements NOW Even if
you are not due to return to the States- for
Ordering your WpoFs NOVV; you can get pay
terms stretched, out oyer the. number of
months you are stilt due to terminate;
up. to twelve months.
, IMPORTANT Please Note that we hold
Official Laboratory-Report 16496 Issued
by Al.S.Q.Mv Philadelphia; Pa. Certifying
pur Green .Elastique, anjd'furniahed us -thru
ch&nnefs by Q.M,-USARCARIB. !;v
OUR GREEN and BLUES are ;
UNCONDITIONALLY and UNEQUIVOCALLY
Ml IrO I
: .vS. Tt
Large Stamp Dealer wants
collection and accumula accumulations.
tions. accumulations. Will buy Canal Zone
Postage Stamps and other
stamp collections on or off
' Box 134, Panama
We're eagelr 10;
Show you how the'.
, '" fix'fm
is molded to
that will please
THE JEWELRY STORE
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Mode r n Functional Economical
6 S t r an d g enu in e M a n i I a Rat tan
Many Styles Sectionals and Livinjrroom :Sdfa
and Chairs . ;J pc. suites from S245.25
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THE. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHING-STORE -. -4th
of July Are. At the sign of the clock Tel. 2-2181
Friday; febrcabt j, if st
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COCKTAIL PARTY FOR SHIP'S CAPTAIN President Ernesto de Ja Guardia Is greeted by
his host Italian Ambassador Riccardo Moscati at a cocktail oarty piven for Capt. Filllpo
Ferrari Agradi, of the Italian-cruiser "Monte cuccoli." Capt. Agradi is shown at far right.
lJn the background is shown Camilo Levy Sake do, Chief of, Protocol.
"ALL TICKETS SOLD FOR RED CROSS BENEFIT
CONCERT AT BRITISH EMBASSY
' All ticket! have been sold for the gala concert and
fashion show which will be held in the British Embassy
. grounds Monday night.
The concert is in aid of Panama's Red Cross, and It Is
' under the patronage of the First Ladv of Panama Mrs. Er Er-;
; Er-; nesto de la Guardis.
Those who plan to attend are reminded to bring their
J' tickets, since there will be no admission without presenta presenta-tion
tion presenta-tion of a ticket.
Capt. Tucker Gives Hail And
Farewell Party At Golf Course
; Captain William B. Tucker, Com Commanding
manding Commanding Officer of Rodman Naval
Station, acted as host in the name
t all -Naval, Officers of the Pacific
Terminal at a sport shirt cocktail
jjjirty last night which took place
pa the Rodman Golf Course's 19th
hole at 7:30 p.m.
The party was a goodbye to
Cmdr. and Mrs. C. Bowman,
and Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. A. W. Hud Hudson,
son, Hudson, as well as a hello to Lt. Cmdr
and Mrs. D. B. McCauley.
Cmdr Bowman's new duty sta
tion will be in the 8th Naval Dis
trict at Orange. Texas. His assign
ment in Panama has been that of
Shipping Security Officer, 15th Na-
At the end of a good road
through the Interior
to pamper jour every wisK.
For information call 2-0465 Panama
val District, Lt. Cmdr. Hudson's
next duty station will likewise be;
Orange, Texas. He and Mrs. Hud Hudson
son Hudson leave by Navy transport on
Saturday morning. He is the pre
sent executive Officer of Kodman
Naval Station, and his successor in
that position is Lt. Cmdr.. McCauley.
Rhtril For r'Deth Of
A Sajeimen' Are Under Way
"Death Of A Salesman," Arthur
Miller's play now in rehearsal at
The Theatre Guild, is one of Amer America's
ica's America's most honored plays. It won
both the coveted Pulitzer Prize
and the New York Drama Critics'
Circle Award the year it was first
produced in New York the News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Guild's "Page One Award1'
as 'the best of its season, the Don
aldson Award, the Antoinette Per Perry
ry Perry Award, the Theatre Club Award
and was the first play ever to be
chosen as a Book-pf-the-M o n t h
Club selection. j i
b" The 'Theatre G iiiji prodHefToB
wilt feature Len Worcester in the
role of Willy Loman. created on
Broadway by Lee J. Cobb and on
the screen by Frederic March.
His wife, Linda, will be played by
natny wiJDer, and their sorts by
John Aniston and Charles Walsh,
Other leading players are Roy
Glickenhaus, Morton Gornick, Don
Weiss, Bill Kilgallen and Edith
Bruce. The play is under the di direction
rection direction of Fred J. Berest.
No Leg Art For 1957 1957-Says
Says 1957-Says Dior Of New Styles
PARIS (UP) Fashion die
tator Christian Dior decreed no
more lee art todav with a new
line of creations which cover the
calf for street wear and drop al almost
most almost to the ankles for dressv
fashions. His 1957 "long free
look" creates a silhouette which
he compared to a spiral cork
Dior's showlne completed the
Paris style nreviews for another
Dior launched full lone skirts
m i47, and to celebrate his 10th
anniversary and 20th semi-an
nual collection today he intro
duced iona- styles as narrow as
they once were wide. His sinu
ous and slinky designs closely
resembled Chinese coolie coats.
The lam-packed salon rocked
with cheers for the mild-man.
nered 52-year-old designer.
"Fantastic! Genius! Beauti Beautiful,"
ful," Beautiful," cried ad mirinex fashion ex
perts. Baldish Dior "twisted" his
new silhouette as follows: Wide
stand-away necklines, raised
slim bustlines, wrinkled and
loose' "waistlines, and long slim
skirts a good three Inches long longer
er longer than those of last year's day
clothes all slated for tall, lean
Durine the past several sea
sons Dior designed for shor; pe petite
tite petite types.
He added "vareuse" blouses to
the vocabulary of the fashion
wardrobe. Cut like a hip-tipping
middy blouse, Dior calls them
'typical" of the new dress sil
houette. They top slim skirts by
day and bouffant styles after
These two-piece dresses are,
according to their creator, "the
equal to a suit for street wear."
Reformer Dior's, "new look"
hemlines of 1956 turned out to
be one of his few duds. These
appear on the average woman,
and espionage agents of the
fahslon world report they have
nor, even leit nis salesroom.
During the current haute cou couture
ture couture fashion collections, not one
designer has followed Dior's
concept of feminine wear. Hem
lines are creepine hleher and
higher, and Jean patou's teach-
ed a reported new high of 17
mcnes irom tne noor.
"This Is not the time for a
major change," the 52-year-old
Dior said recently.
S WAKE ffilENDS
Nowhere are good manners
more important than among
members of a family. Yet In
many homes "company man
ners' are assumed for guests,
while members of the family
don't even bother to be polite
to each other in small ways,
such as saying, "please" and
"Thank you" &nd speaking In
pleasant tones, f
L:ke, charity, good manners
V lach notice for inclutiaii in this
column should be submitted in
type-writttn form aad Mailad to ene
f the bas numbers, listed dally l
"Social and Otharwita," ar delist delisted
ed delisted by hand ta the eftiee. Notlcat.af
meetings oanct be accepted by
telephone. ,;,;. -fW t I.
Sereptimittt Meet Tomorrow
The Panama Branch of the sor-
oDtimists' Club will meet tomor
row at 12. o'clock at the Hotel 1
Members who are not able to at
tend are asked to call Mrs. Shlrly
Smith at 3-0377.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 1 (UP)
San Francisco's CMnp mm-
munitv. thft larwst ciich nntirf
cne uriem, celebrated the year of
me rooster today.,,
From thft naonAu-KVa hnut nn
and down Grant Avenue fluttered
red posters welcoming the 4455th
years of the Chinese lunar calen calendar,
dar, calendar, Mvrlads of vellnw Istifprmi hnnr
up and down Chinatown's streets
and Chinese elders were busy pay pay-ins
ins pay-ins and receiving rsHi from rela
tives and close friends.
, SPECIAL I"
COUPLES S f I C I A L 4-waek
lallreem dance caurae $15 par
couple. Farm, yaur awn greupe
thraush yaur club officer er
yaur apaciaf urrlci director. Or
make arrangamant ar aur itu itu-die.
die. itu-die. Learn Latin- America, and :
Native dances. -3,
10-inch-Up styles have yet to should begin at home,.
The Literature Study Group of
the Caribbean College Club will
meet next Tuesday evening, at 7:30
in the home of Mrs. M. L. Nash of
Gatun. Mrs. David Peters will give
a review on the life of Slmone de
Beauvoir, touching on her three
books, "All Men are Mortal." "The
Mandarins" and 'The Second Sex.'
Mis Barbara Ellch Will Be
Installed At Worthy Adviser
The Pedro Miguel Assembly, Or Order
der Order of Rainbow for Girls, will hold
an open installation at the Aocon
Masonic Temple at 7:30 tomorrow
Miss Barbara Elich will be In
stalled as Worthy Advisor.
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1 Thebost j I
I Pour 1 J
When you want the best rich cream,
fill the cream pitcher, with Avoset
Table Grade. Avoset is made from
real cream, sterilized to stay sweet
for months. Serve Avoset on
fruits, cereals and desserts-'
and taste the difference!
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5
You con have golden-browa, fluffy-) iht paa paa-cakee
cakee paa-cakee whenever you want them now tfaac Aunt
Jemima pancake mix ia packed m the Dew her hermetically
metically hermetically eeaied tin! In the tie, Aunt Jemima
keeps freak vvifftnUtin. It'a always pur and
laft ao you can keep a supply handy ail the tune.
Whatever the oeeaatoci Sunday morning breakf aats, holidays,
or "anack tunea" and eapecially oe Fridays and other meatless
days during the year, your whole family will enjoy a special
teens with Aunt Jemima peoeakea. So quick sad easy to make
. . no appetising and Suffy-light every time!
Buy a tin of A ant Jemima pancake mis today help yourself
to GOOD eating!
By CAYNOR MADDOX,
NEA Food and Market Editor
FOR the heart patient, diabetic
and overweight, the less fat In the
diet the better. But how to get
low-fat dishes that taste good is a
bis: nroblem for housewives.
To help them, uveryn a. ateaa
and Gloria K. Warren, both doc
tors' wives, have written a relia
ble book called "Low-Fat cook cook-ery."
ery." cook-ery." This 184-page book contains
150 easy, low-fat recelpes, sample
weekly menus for 25 or 50 grams
a dav and a table giving number
of crams of fat In servings of a
wide variety of foods.
Here are two low-fat but tasty
recipes from the book.
Beef Stew (4-t servings)
One and one-half pounds beef,
flour, seasoned with salt and pep-
per, boiling water, v cup suceo
onions, 2 nay leaves, wnoie scrap scraped
ed scraped carrots, potatoes.
Trim all excess fat from beef:
cut In IVi-inch cubes; dredge beef
with flour. Sear the meat in a not,
heavy pot or skillet. Cover meat
with boiling water, add onions and
bay leaves; cover pot and simmer
Skim fat from. 'top 'of stew by
using a piece of bread or allow to
cool and remove the solid sheet of
congealed fat (recommended meth meth-nn.
nn. meth-nn. Add vegetables. Cook addi
tional 3o to 40 minutes or until
vegetables are done.
Fat content Of recipe: chuck
beef, raw, without bone, 1V4 pounds
110 gm. This will be appreciably
decreased by the skimming.
Cooked Salad Drawing
(Yield: 1 pint)
One and one-half cups liquefied
nonfat milk, 2 tablespoons corn cornstarch,
starch, cornstarch, 1 egg yolk, V cup vinegar,
2 teaspoons prepared musiara,
Blend together in top of double
boiler nonfat milk and cornstarcn,
adding milk gradually to make
first a smootn. paste ana men a
smooth liquid. In small mixing
bowl beat, together gg. yolk, vine-
par, mustard and salt.
Place double boiler top over hot
water on low flame and cook mus
and cornstarch, stirring constantly,
until thick and clear looking.
(When cornstarch is thoroughly
cooked, you should not be able to
Add egg mixture and cook until
egg has thickened completely.
Pour in jar and refrigerate when
Fat content of recipe. Liquefied
nonfat milk: 0.3 gm; cornstarch:
nealieible: eeg: 5.5 gnu total 5.8
gm. Fat content per tablespoon:
SUNDAY'S LOW-FAT DINNER:
Roast beef, -low-fat gravy, low-fat
stuffed baked potatoes, okra wun
tomatoes, seeded rolls, mixed
creen salad, low-fat cooked salad
dressing, pineapple sponge, cof
fee, tea, milk.
A wonderful new idea in
f Frozon,moa! ploo 4;
In Individual oorvlngol
Filled with tender meat I
Extra, flaky crust
So easy to prepare (
Will be off in the following area: in
the City of Colon:
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th. 13th and 14th
Street between Melendez Avenue and
Cor gas Paseo.
(Amador Guerrero Hospital, Free
Zone, Guardia Nacional and the Fire
Station are within this area.)
From 1 P.M. to 4 P.M. on Saturday,
February 2, 1937.
i ,. i
' Now enjoy the savory goodness
of Chicken, Toiudet or Benr Pee, without all th ju(
and bother of jHejmptiml Just put ganronssized
Swanson Frozen Meat Pies into the oven v. brown
... and serve. Better pick np a good supply from your
grocer's freezer youH find the family asking for
this easy-tc-prepare, appetizing treat again and again!
Othr Froxn Swanson Fvorlt!'
a TV Urmntt IMnnnr
Prult Pica ;
Swanson ind "TV" an trad ami rkt ewnad by the makvs of Campbalf f Soupi
This interruption will take place in order to repair
. t '-' certain electric cables in this area.
i 1 1 1 1 1 raj
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1 tuyasmany Swnnaon Frozafi BCLFafTUKKrcneaaa y04f
wish- up to a emit of sou ;
X Send your ram and addreee, the aide peftate wWi Sue
Sweneon'a picture from each of the packages Ad tad un
' how much you paid for the pe, tK -Half
Price Offer, P. O. Bon Mount Vemon 10, It T.
v S aWwaow wil mal yoe haff the purchase price) a th th-BCUafldU)RRaraayopurehaMd.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 195T
TE8 PA5A5M AMERICA A3f INDEPENDENT DAH.Y KEWSPAPIH V
CSocl a ( a n d Otli
- 'i U- "- H '.
Ff. Cultck Officers' Wives
Fort Gulick Officers' Wives Club
;' held its. regular monthly meeting
at luncheon in tne r ort uuiicK w-
fleers Club. Jan. ..17. Mrs. R. F
Dials, president, announced that
His. If. J. McGinnes, Jr., senior
' past, president, had been elected
.' to the Board of Governors at a
t special meeting, Jan 8, upon the
resignation from the Board by
Mrs. R. H, Evans. M
Mrs. W. E. Hilbush, vice presi
dent, introduced Mines, hi. ugueta
from Chile. A. LODer: from Peru;
R.Miller and L. J. Marullo. who
, are newly arrived at Fort Gulick,
and Mrs. R. C. Best, newest club
member; Special guests were Miss
Audrea Rowell, new Service Club
Director,- Fort s Gulick, guest of
Mrs. Doy C. Carr: Mrs." Julie De
Witt, truest of Mrs. W. K. Dankle
and Mrs. W. McBrlde, guest ,of
Mrs-. RPatricio-vr t wi'
Captain- N. E. Parker as guest
speaker Related interesting lore a a-bout
bout a-bout the San Bias Indians. To
hifhlleht his talk, entertainment
chairman, Mrs. HL JnVKIoak, had
. displayed about tne room many
fino evamnles of San Bias1 art
dolls, mollas, wood cartings,, and
: huge paper lacimiues of meir uup
, en MB,.'
VriTl T2 Davilla received the
door prize, a beautiful molla, sewn
V by the san Bias inmans.
Hbstesses for this month's lunch
eon were Mmed. H. G. Ruthe, J.
W. Simmons, and W. T. Drydale
The next regular monthly meet-
; ing will be held February 21, Fort
Gulick Officers uud.
Signal Corps Officers Wivea
Meet At Pool
The Signal Corps Officers Wives
Club held their monthly business
' meeting, Thursday Jan. 24 at the
Ft. Kobbe swimming pool.
- Refreshments- were served by
Hostess' Mrs? G..T. Perdue .and
Mrs. W. M. tit. Attending were
Mrs. D.; E. Clark, club president
and Mrs J; S. Branch, W. Flint,
W A. Glenn, J..W. Morgan, W. D
Radtke, J J. Russell, H. G. Smart,
G E. Thurmond.' G. Ws Urook
shire, A R. Jackson, R' A.; Koch,
J. W.-Lutsch, r,,th. Smith, M R
Smith, J. H. Zacharyt R, F Mean Mean-ey,
ey, Mean-ey, G J. Beshena; T) C. Winslow,
A G. Byniim, O.-ReyIw; A Kauf
man, Mrs u. Aiunan ana airs
Special Binge f
At Ft. Amador
A special Bingo, sponsored by
the Fort Amador Officer's Wives'
Club, will be held at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Officer's Open Mess on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, at 7:30 p.m. . s ;
The Bingo will benefit the Fort
Amador Youth Council.
via military aircraft to visit Army,
Navy, and Air Force Installations
in Puerto Rico and the VS. Naval
Station; Guantanamo Bay,. Cuba.
While there, Rabbi Witkin will
make preparation for. the coming
Passover holiday and will conduct
services for the men of the Jewish
faith and their dependents station
ed in this area.
- Rabbi Witkin is expected to re
turn to the istnmus on or about
Feb. 20. j
Director of Children's
Work To Visit Here
;Mrs.Alice Goddard. Director of
Children's Work for the National
Council of Churches in the U.S.A.,
is duei in,f anama tor a two weeK
visit beginning Feb. 14.
Mrs." Goddard had planned to
make a trio to Egypt this Fall,
but with recent happenings in that
area she changed her trip making
it include many of the South A-
The four Union churches on tne
Isthmus, which are sponsored by
ine iNauonai vuuucu oi vuuituco,
U.S.A., are planning a number of
conferences and training sessions
with Mrs. Goddard and church
Ri-hnol leaders. The first of these
will be held on February 16th at the
Balboa Union Church, beginning at
8:30 a.m. and lasting all day. mis
conference will be open to all In
dividuals on the Isthmus who are
interested in education for chil
dren, youth or adults.
Miss Thelma Tschabold. Director
nf rhristian Education for the Bal
boa Union Church, is chairman of
the committee making plans for
Mrs. Goddard's visit. ir. wawer
wr AlHprton. minister of the Gam-
hna iTninn Churih has been work
ing closely with Miss Tscnanoia to
1 Mi's. Goddord comes to Panama
following a two-month tour of South
i-hurches which' are
sponsored by the worm vouncu w
. Mr nnddard will be the guest
of the Union Churches of the Canal
Zone while she is in ranama.
To Be On 'Entry'
BUDAPEST." Feb. 1 (UP)'
American Richard Roraback,, 26,
nrnhahlv will be tried before a
Communist court for illegal entry
into Hungary and not as a spy,
Foreign mimsiry spoxesman
The spokesman said he expected
By i MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
On the way home" from school
Joan passes the grocery store her
mother trades with. Next to it U
shop that carries toys. For the
pas week its window display has
included a green plastic purse
marked down to 59 cents. Twice
Joan has enviously described it to
her mother as the exact shade of
her winter coat. Once she asked
for it openly and was refused'.
This afternoon Joan's .mother
wanted something from her. Told
ihat her husband was bringing a
client, home for dinner, she rea realized
lized realized she'd need whipping cream
for a company dessert. Instantly
she thought, "111 get Joan to run
downtown for it by giving her the
money for that g r c e n pocket pocket-book."
book." pocket-book." But she didn't yield to the temp,
tation to bribe the child. 'Controll 'Controlling
ing 'Controlling 1 her impulse to buy helpful
ness, she asked for it. Though
Joan grumbled a little at going
on the errand, an explanation of
its emergency nature soon got her
on her way.
When she returned with" the
cream, her mother kissed her
and said, "I am so grateful that
I want to give you something in
return. Here is 59. cents to buy
that green pocketbook you were
telling me about." ...
This reward gave Joan ; MO
times the satisfaction that a bribe
of the same gift would havo giv
A bribe always expresses our
doubt of a child's helpfulness. It
anticipates his refusal of it. It in insults
sults insults him, treating him, not like
a human being possessing initia initia-ive
ive initia-ive and understanding, but like
a vendng : machine that cannot
disgorge our chewing gum until
we have inserted the coin that
starts its gears working. ''
Unlike the bribe, the reward is
given to the child : after he has
done us the service. It expresses
appreciation instead of suspicion
of his helpfulness. It therefore
gains for Joan not just a green
plastic pocketbook but new self self-respect
respect self-respect as a person of recognized
value to others.
This resistance Is something to
know about, not to be ashamed
There will be prizes and free: Roraback. of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y
ttfrejhmits.?vn iitaa treated h? .same way as
All members of the Fort Ama
dor Officer's Opea Mess -and their
a I-J 'V
guesis are juvueu.
Shrimp Gumbo, 5?-
Soaohettl Suooer At Gamboa
The Gamboa Women's Club will
i sponsor a shrimp gumbo and Itali-
an- spagnem supper, rtiuaj reu.
8 starting at 5:00 p.m. at the Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa Civic Center.
A medal entertainment, for. all
will be square dances conducted
; by the Star in a Circle 5 q u are
Dance team of Anconi ,,
. Tickets will be sold at the door;
adults $1.00, children under 12-50
Rabbi Witkin Off To VIt!
PtMi-ta Rice. Cuba
Rabbi Nathan Witkin, Field
'T)1rrtor nf the National Jewish
Welfare Board Armed Services Di
vision. Caribbean Command, left
Mrs. Georgette "Dickey" Meyer-
Cbapelle, a photographer expelled
from Hungary Sunday after serv
ing 54 days in jail lor megally
crossmg the border.
Roraback, an employe of the
American operated Internation
al Rescue Committee, was seized
Jan. 12 with a Norwegian while
trying' to enter Hungary from
Four British students seized a
week later in Hungary when their
visas v expired lace trial for
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To Give Concerts
In Canal Zone
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. The : Guatemalan Regimental
Band orchestra will arrive Feb.
19 for appearances in concert in
the Canal Zone, Lt Col.- A. v L.
Bennett, Special Services Officer,
U.S. Army Caribbean, announced
' Performances -will' be scheduled
for armed forces audiences
throughout the Canal Zone.
The" musicians are scheduled to
give their first ; performance on
eb. 20 and the last on Feb,
They will depart on Feb 28.
Cold To Dollars
And Then Back
WASHINGTON. Feb. 1 fTTP
The International monetary Fund
roaay som 300 miiuon douara in
gold to, the U. S. Treasury in
return ior aoiiars.. xne transacuon
was chiefly to cover British dollar
withdrawals, --v- 1
Officials said the Fund needed
dollars because of Britain's with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of 561 million dollars dur during
ing during the Sue; crisis. j .:
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POT-LUCK DINNER The Fort Amador Enlisted Men's Wives Club eerved a pot luck dinner
for enlisted men stationed at Fort Amador last Thursday evening, at the post Service CtabU
The servers for the dinner were,; left to right, Mrs. A. Estabrook, secretary Mrs. W. J. jEd'
wards, vice-president and Mrs. J, R. Roluffs, president. The first enlisted man to line for )
the. dinner .was Pvt. Raymond D. Hannefs from the 546th Transportation Co. Next month.
on Feb. 24, the wives club will serve a spaghe ttl dinner. (U.S. Army Photo? I
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As Senate Winches
Witness Has 'Ball
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 (UP) :
Albert .Rees, .University; of .Chica-
. go economist, cited congressmen
today as an example of wliy
J wages should not necessarily be
' based on prodectivity.
- Rees told the joint Congres
sional Economic Committee that
"congressmen, may be more pro productive
ductive productive today than at any time
ftince the, foundation of the Repub Repub-i'
i' Repub-i' but .there- are certainly no
statistics to prove.it".
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U.S. Knew in Advance of Suez Attack;
3 Nations Only Gave Misleading Info.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 1 (UP) -i
The United States knew about, a
day in advance that Britain,
France and Israel would attack
Egypt, administration officials dis
closed today. '.
Intelligence information was in
the hands of Washington officials
ebout the time they were getting
'misleading" answers from the
three nations about pending Mid Middle
dle Middle East developments. r
This country became suspicious
that the nations would move
against Egypt considerably in ad
vance ol the actual attack,
France and Israel not to attack;
by Mr. Eisenhower and Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles.
This country's information on
the attack was obtained the hard
About Oct. 15, intelligence and
diplomatic officials began noticing
a Breakdown in normal commun
ications" between Washington and
London, Fins, and Tel Aviv. This
coincided with reports of a new
Allied military buildup on the
island of Cyprus.
The following week Washington
Tot' word that Israel was inereas-
There is still some question in ing its military forces from about
official circles here as to when 1 80,000 men to 180,000,. The French
Britain actually committed itself, ; also moved paratroop's into Cy Cy-Some
Some Cy-Some teel British involverae; tiorua and it was reported that a
may have dated from an Oct. 1$ large number of French jet fight
Paris meeting between top Brit-1 r. pi noes had been turned over to
lsh-French ofticials. m Israel.
The White House and the Stale About Oct. 24. Dulles Instructed
t. 4 i : j .L. iir:.i . j i l .1 . I
news 01 the main events in Hik Britain ana c. uougias uillon.
I Suez Canal conflict came from ambassador to France, to find out
news agency reports. i
But the attack did ,not come as
a' 'complete surDrise to Washing Washington..
ton.. Washington.. .. : 'J .-' ',
The (.Tmted Press was Informed
that a top-secret report prepared'
JAC03Y cri tzmci
! By OSWALD JACOBY
; WritUn for NEA Strvic
MRS. HELEN T. PEDDRICK, chief of the records and reports
section of the operations division, IAGS, receives an "Outstand-,
lng Performance Award" from Colonel F. J. Tate, commanding
Officer, Jnter-American Geodetic Survey, for her work, during
the period October, 1955, to November, 1956.
(U.S. Army Photo)
what was going on. The Britis'i
and French responded with "total "totally
ly "totally mis'eading" information.
. On Oct 26, reports of the Israe'l
m'litirvv buildup were confirmed:
Mr. Eisenhower promptly aert
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South West North East
Pass Pass 1 Pass
IV Pass 1N.T. Pass
4 V Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead A 2
faimDle method., sbmpttm pi nm-
uucb iar-reacning results, in tq-
by intelligence agencies Was deiiv. two quick messages to Israeli Pre-:Ta7y falie Tcard rked DkV.
hours nrlor to the Israeli attack oT him ag'afnst starting a war. Thi
Oct. 29. .. Uecond was dispatched Oct. 2". I wf,.nn.i4 j
'T,he ,'Trt; ?uCtv' ,s Lsra.eli 8truclLint0 the sinaI dummy won with the ace. Declar
er led a trump from dummv. and
j&asi piayea tne, jack of hearts:
Simple, but devastating.
said i4 have" made these threj Peninsula the nxt day
main points: j.
Israel had decided not to aftacx "Britain and France on Oct. 30
J.rdan Earlier intelligence --est. issued their ultimatum which was
mates indicated that Israel woull designed to "separate the belliger,
strike against Jirdan to seize terents and guarantee freedom tf
ritory west of the Jordan river.
Israel -woHld attack Egypt.
Francf and Britain would move
intp the Suez Canal area.
Details 3f U.S. intelligence on
the matter may be brought, in the
fortheoTiing Senate investigation
of the administration's' Middle
East policy. J'
'. Officials said the hearings' are
certain to disclose details of a
string of warnings to Britain,
transit through the Canal." It pro
ivded for British-French occupa occupation
tion occupation of Port Said, Ismailia and
Aldrich was handed a copy of
the ultimatum at the British For.
eign Office during the afternoon
of Oct.; 3P. So far as is known,
this marked the first official in
formation communicated ; to the
United States by Britain, France
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South drew the natural conclu
sion that East had no heart low
er than the jack. If the jack were
a singleton, South was Sure to lose
a trump trick. If the jack and
king happened to be together in
the East hand, a finesse would as assure
sure assure the contract.
. Acting on this reasoning, South
finessed the queen of hearts, West
made his singleton king, and
South went dowi.. The defenders
quickly took a club and two
1 1 a 1L. 1
sjjhuks iu ueieui ine contract.
If tast had played the low heart
instead of the jack, South might
nave reiusea tne trump finesse. It
would be good play to put up the
ace in the hope of dropping the
king. If that play failed, South
could still fall back on a diamond
finesse as his second try for the
game contract. Actually the king
of hearts would drop, and the
game would be safe without fur
Incidentally it you "want to try
false-cards of this kind, save them
for a time when declarer is sure
to have a very long suit. A jack
is too useful to waste in most rou
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6:35--What'8 Your Favorite
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6:00 Allen jackaon Commen Commentary.
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- REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the Week
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7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from CS.
4:00 Music By Roth'
8:30 Short Story Theater
8:00 You AskedT For It (re
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America
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7:30 Jazz Salon, -SilSri-The
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9:15 Bon jour Mesdames
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11:30 Journey Into Space
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3:30 Music for Saturday
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6:00 Guest Star
6:18 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
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6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself
7:30 VOA-iReport from U.S.
8:00 Saturday Night Dancuif
8:30 Educating Archie
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9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
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MRS. ANNIE I. BARTHOLOMEW, supervisor of the stock con-
trol branch, Medical Supply Division Madden Wye, receives a.
certificate of- achievement for 11 yeari' service from Lt.. CoL
Karl W. .Woodman, Medical Supply Officer, V.S.; Army Carib-:
oean,' In ceremonies held 'recently at thet Madden Wye inedieal
section. Mrs. Bartholbmew "retired", after years upon her
husband's retirement from the Panama Canal -Company; ;., They;
plan to return to the United States to live,
. - ,f (U.S. Army Photo)
Student Who Stole Plane Took
Cyanide Before Crash-Landing
DES MOINES.' Iowa iuP) A
23-year.old student pilot who ter
rorized Des ,Moines in a sioien
plane tried to commit suicide by
wallowing cyanide just before he
crash landed, police said today.
Detective Margin angntman
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Rhonda Fleming in
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Oeorge Nader, in
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NORFOLk. feti. 4- (UP) H
Relatives of Miss Minnie Mangum,
convicted embezzler, of some. 3
million dollars, made an out of-
court settlement yesterday of a
scit filed against them, by the fed
eral government. 1
The settlement canceled a trial
of the suit schedyted today. Mitt
Mangum was te have appeared
as e witness. She is serving a
The; family 'of fMiss Mangum's
siscer, Mrs. Ola Al. vail, agreed
to the .last-minute .settlement with
the Federal Savings and Loan .In .Insurance
surance .Insurance Corp, which is trying to
collect more than one million dol dollars
lars dollars from Miss Mangum's friends
The agreement consisted of the
Vails' two houses in Suffolk. Va
with a total estimated value of
$45,000. and four savings accounts
at the now-defunct Commonwealth
Building and Loan Assn., where
the embezzlement took place, with
total values of approximately $4,.
William L. Parker, attorney for
the federal agency, said "we took
everything in sight that we could
find that they owned," except
nousenoid ana personal ellects and
two cars of little value.
Core To Get VFW
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 (UP)
Former Sen.- Walter F. George
(D-Ga) will receive the gold citi citizenship
zenship citizenship medal of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars.. the VFW' an announced
nounced announced today. The presentation
will be made on Feb. 5 at the
VFW'i annual congressional din dinner.
ner. dinner. ' :
said pilot Roy SoderquSst "told ua
If the cyanide had not worked he
was going to shoot himself." H
Brightman said the only, reason
Soderquist gave for the suicide at attempt
tempt attempt was that he was in debt
about $1,000 and he wanted t e
niAp 'this his "last bier fline."
Soderquist was Under observa observa-tion
tion observa-tion at Broadlawsn General Hos.?
pilal for injuries he suffered id
the crash landing Tuesday after after-neon.
neon. after-neon. The Jarring he took when
the plane nosed over possibly
save him from the home-made
"When he landed the seat helt
apparently hi', him in the stomach
so hard he vomited and threw
them up' B r i g h t'm a n said.
inn n was 11111 IP" in inn a-vjaiimn
In his system.'.' .
' Soderduist. who had never flown
alone before, bad only 15 hours of
flight time ween be stole the plane
at gunpoint He had n early 19
hours of experience by the time
be crash-landed in a field in West
The "fantastic" episode began
at noon Tuesday when Soderauist
reported to ,Jim Dolezal, an In Instructor
structor Instructor for, ;, Jhe American Avia'"
ton, Co.,fbr' .W4 flying lesson. ,1 "f
Ddlezaf ia;' Soderquist walked,
toward the plane as if to climb
in it but Instead handed him a
note threatening to shoot him in
the legs unless he got out. Dole Dole-zal
zal Dole-zal said he tried to dissuade Sod Soderquist
erquist Soderquist from the theft but he said
the youth suddenly revealed a gun
ana saia ms "patience was run run-nine;
nine; run-nine; out."
Polezal said he "got out In
a hurry" and Soderquist took off
on his first, and probably last,
solo. Authorities said he headed
straight fer the downtown area
and began buzzing the city.
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Men Are Parents Too i -Says
Girl Scout Leader
"There are.' limitless" opportun-
round-table discussions with; the
23 Board irierobers of the Canal
Zone Scout Council An all-defy
conlerence; will, be" held on Frit.
yas Rakosi, 65 the. hated "Stalinist
who unwittingly helped touch off
the Hungarian rebellion,' is living
in- the -Soviet ilepubne of Mongolia
official. Communist sources said
today. J 1 f
t He is there with his Mongolian
wife he married years ago while
In Moscow training for the career
that led him to the dictatorship of
Hungary and then sudden oblivion.
7 He left Hungary last .July with
(he announcement that he was re retiring
tiring retiring as party chief because of
illness. After him came the deluge.
Titoist feelings were on the rise
in, eastern, Europe. President. Tito
-VtionttlnvlB w a i in MmVnAf
Ttafcnii V.vttn HMMV felt the olrt. I
was too unyielding.
was known to Hungar
tnithlac nnnrWr Kvn
II, Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., told. Miss McHugh has been ail n-' janos Radar, the new Soviet-spon-
,a we group ,oi parwiw ana f terested spectator at some; orIOred premier is believed at one i
ocuubMcuuma leucuijr.j iuci j tt). work wnicn 18-Deuur UOJHJ j
preparation tor tne pageant
I which the Girl scouts are pre-i
sehtirifj brt Fsoruary zist at tne
lties for men in Girl Scout day. Fsb. 1st, on the; Atlantic ,, Stalinist
work." Miss Elizabeth MeHtWik&fr?: 4 ' 'ikoi'wai
Field staff Director of Region v'wi. rut
are- many things that men can
do and get lov from doing.'' Miss
McHugh continued. "One of the
things men xion't seem to realize old Fti Clayton- Theater.- This
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Scout Barents are men.
Miss McHugh Is visiting the
Isthmus, In her official capacity,
lor the purpose of training Girl
Scout leaders in the.latest meth meth-ods
ods meth-ods of Girl Scout work. She has
come td Panama directly from
the Virgin islands and Puerto
" Rico; Region II of : the Girl
Scouts consists of New York, New
jershey,"1- the' Virgin islands,
Puerto Rico and the canal Zone.
The Field Staff Director makes
a round-trip tour of the region
every twd years.
"Not only those that have chil- j
dren should work with C-lri
Scouts," 5 Miss McHugh said.
''But, because a Girl Scout rep represents
resents represents -the citizen of tomorrow,
it is Important for all of us to
lend our help and support. In
the States the Kiwanis and oth other
er other service organizations sponsor
the Girl Scouts. Here in the
Zone there are even create? op opportunities
portunities opportunities for helping, the
v SCOUtS." ,- :- n
When asked what men coula
do in Girl Scout work Miss Mc McHugh
Hugh McHugh named Boards-of Directors i
where they, would, give their
masculine aDnroach to nrof)-
lems. And many area's in the
Girl Scout orogram itself need
presentation by 'the Girl Scouts
of tha-Canal Zone,' th? Mucha
chas Guias of Panama antt the
international Girl Scouts by
Mrs1. Margot, Arthur, will fee the
activity.' "Girl Scouts in
Reviwe" is heing presented in
honor of the centennnal birth birth-day:
day: birth-day: of th Father of Scoutittg"
Taxwise Are Eyed
WASHINGTON Feb. 1 (UP)
Key House members joined today
in sponsoring bills to further lib liberalize
eralize liberalize railroad retirement bene benefits
fits benefits and give special tax relief for
Reps. Oren Harris (D-Ark) and
Charles A. Wolverton (R-NJ),
chairman and ranking minority
member of the Interstat Com Commerce
merce Commerce (Committee,' said VatY had
introduced identical bills to this
end. -'v -' :,,
The last Congress approved a
:0 per cent increase in-benefits.
But approval came! after plans
abandoned X0 lei.- -rauruau
time to have suffered at the hands
f Rakosi's 4oiturers. His depar departure
ture departure set the stage for revolt : 1
; Torture cells were found at Ws
villa which was raided during the
Oct." 23 uprising. -- fVi-v""'
i But the- rebels never got RakosL
Nothing is known of his departure
for Russia But it is believed he
find for his own aafety,-
There art sfrong Indications that
Mnnrow. wanted him out of.' the
way for his Stalinist feelings." For''
one uunii nuK wM Hn w.
butter no to Tito: And- Tito, r.
membering that naicosi naa Deeni
one of his oitterest toes wnen yu
gosla via broke with Stalin, de demanded
manded demanded : Rakosi's; -political scalp,
Apparently be got .( n : ; .
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masculine know-how. She stated workers exempt from income lor
that there are 40,000 men reg-1 federal tax-purposes u pv 4
istered a8 members of the "Girl; their pay that goes, into the re re-Scouts:
Scouts: re-Scouts: These men work on tirement fund.:, ; v.:.
boards and committees and on I The new bills, would revive this
the administration level. "The tax featuro,- :.which?tt tee"'2Z
right man in the right spot can (has assal'ed as f;to-mffljM.
jater etiecwveness w -.u uiupi t.
tions to reuremeni systems wo
not tax exempt. -
bring a greater effectiveness
the progrrm." .,.
Miss MCHugh mentioned the
fine work being dQh? by TOF3
, (troops on' foreign soil) in scon scon-Boriue
Boriue scon-Boriue Gir J '?WVt, trQPPS around
the world, thps givinet continui continuity
ty continuity in one phase of American life
many Girl 'Scouts tlier are in Actor Dana ;( Andrews pleaded
the Zone. She said there -were euilty Tuesday to drunk driving
approximately '1400 and that charges and paid ft $250 jflne.
this number represented a small Andrews was accused of drunk
nortion of the potential, but. we driving aner ne was involves 4"
Of Drunl; Driving
problem was adult leadership, it
would be impossible to admit
more girls to the Girl Scout pro program
gram program in the Zone until such
time as more pduljs were able to
give their time and talent. Miss
McHu'eh paid tribute to those
adults working in the program
traffic accidant last
WSHITGTON. Feb. 1 (UP)
Kin? Sad of Saudi Arabia has
bk t am -nnstantlv finiaz-('parned hi first words of En?-
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tion of so many adults to the I White House Wednesday, photo photo-riirl
riirl photo-riirl spout nroeram." .?raphers shouted, 'one more
Spedal emphasil during MLs'please," Wan more," the- King
McHueh's visit i has been on asicea, smmng.
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Dcermen Play Chesterfield
In Important Doubleheader
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Tnniffht's the niirht. at the Olympic Stadium
4hat 1s. The Cerveza Balboa Beermen, just one-nan
game ahead of second-place Chesterfield, tangle
with the Smokers in a doubleheader which could de de-cide
cide de-cide the torrid Pro League race which ends Tues-
" -l Also on tap is a raffle which will furnish a fan
with an expense-paid round trip to the ninth Carib-
bean Series which begins in Havana, Cuba, Feb. 9.
r 'Numbered score sheets have that has contributed to his squad s
beeo distributed to fans attending I slowing down in the stretch, but he
ciomnc oil Psnn. Thfi Derson: a Breed that the injury that tooK
producing the score sneet wira uie
' number which will be drawn be between
tween between games tonight, will be a-
' warded the trip. The winner will
ifhfow out the first ball of the night-
if the Beermen win both games
'they will take a two and one-half
game lead over the Smokers and
pihch the 1956-57 pennant. In such
a case even if the Smokers then
won its remaining game with the
Carta Vieja Yankees Sunday to
move to two games behind, the
Beermen wouldsstill maintain a
one-game margin if they dropped
two to the Yankees Tuesday.
Bttrmen manager Leon Kali Kali-man,
man, Kali-man, who ha hi heart set on
taking hit team to Havana, aid
this morning ho "hope to take
thorn both tonight."
a; Ho ha assigned lofty Goorgo
ronot (3-4), and right hander
Bob Trieo, (2-1) a starting hur hur-lors.
lors. hur-lors. Smoker pilot Andy Cohen
will counter with righthanders
Jorry Davlo (3-4) and Jim Mich-
"A.u'-l .mUtoH this morning
that the odds were stocked against
the Smokers, out me ."i-T""-skipper
said that he taa all con-
fidence tnai ms v
twice tonight and also on Sunday
to cop the flag. ,
The grim-faced skipper would
rvt ninnoint any particular factor
f 7 " I
-J Al llIMM
ACCUSeu ui uirny
fieorge rreswu iu""i
" ill whmeton Redskins profes
sional foctball team, was accused
.today in a suit filed by sportscaster
Starry Wismer of using $500,000 of
Jthe club's money "tor nis own pei-
' 1 Wismer, who owns about 20 per-
cent of the Redskins' stock,
charged that Marshall improperly
.t tnr himself corooration funds
at the rate of $50,000 a year for
the past 10 years.
Wismer, who was removed from
the club's board of directors sev sev-.l
.l sev-.l mnnths a Bo after disputes
with Marshall, asserted in the suit
that Redskins corporation funds
'!have been improperly used ...for
the maintenance and upkeep of a
private residence for George Pres Pres-toa;
toa; Pres-toa; Marshall, as well as for food,
beverages, automobiles, and em em-plpVjnent
plpVjnent em-plpVjnent of chauffeurs, cooks,
U19K15 I1U uuicr awvoiaa.
Death of Aussie
Id Philadelphia, where he is at-
Alberto Osorio out of action sever several
al several weeks a so after the righthander
had won four games ana lost one,
plus the disappointing perform performances
ances performances of left hander Tom Flanigan,
who has failed to notch a win,
,hiit Hrnnninp three games, and
poor the hitting and shabby field
ing ot outticiaer nai urine, mic
haH a lnt to do with the team s
The Beermen on the other hand
have had boon putting out good
hurling and hitting of lato to the
extent that they have boon vic victorious
torious victorious in their last five games.
They massacred the Smokers
11 to 2 on Wednesday night.
The tight down-to-the wire race
is reminiscent of the 1955-56 camp campaign
aign campaign when Chesterfield came from
behind in the last games of the
season to tie up with front-running
Sour Cola :now Cerveza Balboa)
and go on to win the championship
in a sudden-death playoff.
It's the other way around with
the Smokers behind this time, but
the season, could very well end in
a tie again.
Pro Grid Loop
PHILADELPHIA, Feb) 1 (UP)-
The National Football League re
sumed its draft ot coiiege
Kut with nne eve cocked on
benefit proposals by the new NFL
Players Assn., including a sa.uuu
minimum salary. V
The draft, begun last November
with the selection pf a bonus choice
and four players Dy eacn um,
hp comdeted at the opening
of the leauce's two-day,- mid-year
mpPtineJEaitflof'the 12 member
teams has Bchotces tb go.
Today will see the club owners
get down to business, with the re re-niiPKto
niiPKto re-niiPKto nf the olavers association
hi2h on the agenda. A series of
proposals set forth by the associa association,
tion, association, after representative Kyle
PntP and Norm Van BrocKlin mei
with Commissioner. Bert Bell,
sought a minimum salary for grid grid-ders
ders grid-ders on the NFL selection lists and
a salary guarantee for injured
The players' group also suggest suggested
ed suggested a shorter training period and
training camp expenses, and ex ex-Dressed
Dressed ex-Dressed the belief professional
football is best served by its cur-,
MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb.
1 (up) john Marshall, the
swimming star who was an
Olympic competitor for Australia
and set world records for Yale,
was mourned today by .athletes
the world over.
Marshall, 26, died Wednesday
without ever emerging from the
coma he entered when he suf suffered
fered suffered head iniuries in an auto
accident last Thursday. Doctors
operated on him four fimes In
a vain effort to save his life.
Marshall's death came Just
two months after he had repre represented
sented represented Australia in theOlympic,
Games for the third time. Al Although
though Although he won medals In the
1948 games in London and the
1952 games in eisiniu, ruuwiu,
this time he was attempting a
comeback from shoulder bursi bursitis
tis bursitis that had forced him to quit
two years ago and the best he
could do was a fifth place in
the 200-meter butterfly. y.
Marshall's best competitive
years were at Yale, because from
1950 through 1954 he smashed
world freestyle records a grand
total of 28 times, in 1950 aldne,
he surpassed world record fig figures
ures figures more than a, dozen times
and during his career set marks
at distances from 200 meters to
Kenny Lane Offers
$75,000 For Shot Al
Joe Brown's Crown
NORFOLK, Va. (UP) Light Light-weight
weight Light-weight contender Kenny Lane, ju
bilant over his impressive second
victory against Frankie Ryff in
their return TV bout, offered $75, $75,-000
000 $75,-000 today for a shot' at the title!
With his sixth-round TKO over
Ryff providing his 11th straight
win, the brown-haired southpaw
from Muskegon, Mich., offered
$75,000 for a defense by the vie
tor in next month s Joey Brown-
Bud Smith title fight at Miami
It was a logical offer because
of Lane's number two ranking
and because of the vast improve
ment he displayed against the
blond New Yorker before 3,610 in
Ryff, weighing 139 pounds (to
Kenny's 139u. was slashed so
bloodily on tne left brow that Ref
eree Paddy Mills stopped the bout
at 52 seconds of the sixth session
In their previous bout, Nov. 14 at
Miami, Lane won a unanimous de
lending the mid-winter meeting of rent method of selecting collet
the. JSational rootDail League to-, olavers. now unaer iiroi ino
day. Marshall said, "I
Hot His Good Sense
CHICAGO, Feb. 1 (UP) Sal
Maelie. Brooklyn's clutch pitcher,
snld tnriav hp had admiration for
couldn't, ctoud further recommended reten- Ta-iH- Hnhinsnn' cnurnee hut not
comment on any statements maae tion or tne option clause in piaycr t00 much for his good sense
t&&m : m-tm. M IMI.r
CHARLES ABERNATHY ot Abernathy Sporting Goods, Jos
Padill aand Don Byerly, returned from Bona Islands Monday
with nice catch of Corbina and Red Snapper caught on spin spinning
ning spinning tackle using red, yellow and blue lures. Late evening
the best fishing.
"Robinson pops off too much,
he said. "Then after he hurts ev
erybody, be sends them a letter
of apology. It's a darn shame that
a great ball player like he was
But so far as play was concern
Led, Maglie said that Robinson was
"hurt during the last month last
season, but he played every game
and "never said a word."
"Before that he wasnt too an
xious to play," Mague saw. "Me
acted like he didr't want to Play
and you had to ask him every day
whether he would. I think be was
out of shape most of the season.
He was a loner, though, in the
dressing room and never said
much to anybody. If he got in
shape, I think he could play an
other year or two. I don t know
why he quit baseball. He's wound
up making more in baseball .than
he will in that job of his."
IF IT'S SPORTING GOODS VE HAVE IT
"30 different models Base Ball Gloves $3.50 up, mitts
$4.00 up. Bats $1.50 up. Hundreds of fishing lures,
. all shapes, forms and sizes 25c. up. Runner and
-w Mitchell large and small, spinning reels $12.50 up;
? all types of Rods $3 JO up.
Never before has Panama offered
i such competitive prices.
20 DISCOUNT FORJCASH
jEyerythiag for the athlete, fishermen, boatsman,
! underwater equipment, water skis, trophies for
every sport. Boats, motors and trailer all for imme imme-i.jdiate
i.jdiate imme-i.jdiate delivery. Fishing rod and reels repaired. Tennis
t Racket restrung, Charter fishing boars up to 40 ft.
' $35.00 day, depending on accommodations.
ABERNATHY, S. A.
V SPORTING GOODS :
Acres side street Hotel EI Finam Tel. 3-8953-t?4
NEW YORK, (UP) Fred
Dwyer. a leadlne distance run
ner. definitely will compete in
the srolden lubllee Millrose A-A.
Tro-t ortH CHall V(pf. Vph Q
but as yet is undecided whether
he will run In the mile or two-
mile event. Dwyer. of East Or
ange, nj, won me wnmKr
MIIp in 1953. Entered in this
year's mile event are Ron De-
lany of Ireland and Vulanova
and Laszlo TaborL self -exiled
Hungarian four-minuto. mller.
SAN MATEO. Califs (UP)
total of 224 two-year-olds have
been mad- eligible for the $0.-
000 Bav Meadows Futurity on A
jpril 20, while 100 three-year olds
i have been nominated for the
! $50,000 Bay Meadows Derby, A'
i CHARLESTON, 8.C., (UP)
Fullback Ed Dsania of Wilkes
i Barre. Pa and sruard Connie
iTuza of Berwick, Pa-, pair of
risinc seniors, have been votea
, co-caDtalns of the Citadel's 1957
; football team. Dzanis Is 21 years
old and Tuza la one year young
BHS Takes On J C Tonight tn
4th Straight Game Of
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BRAVE BULL This Is one of the pure-bred Mexican fight-'
ing bulls that arrived on the Isthmus yesterday for, Sunday's
bullfights at La Macarena bullring in San Francisco t de la
Caleta. Rafael Santa Cruz, better known as El Negro Santa
Cruz, of Peru, and Spain's Valencal III will Alternate against
Sarazen Challenges USGA
To Start US Seniors Open
By OSCAR FRALEY
CLEARWATER, Fla., (UP)
Stocky and cocky Gene Sarazen
today challenged the U.S. Golf
Assn. to "forget the cash regis
ter" and start a U.S. Seniors
Open golf championship for men
50 and over.
"The USGA probably doesn't
think there is enough cash regis
ter, for such an event," Sarazen
said. "But we have proved it can
be a financial success with our
PGA Seniors Open at Dunedm."
There is ample evidence, too,
that the seniors can ploy the kind
of golf that will .draw the galler
Set Course Rtcord
Because in the recently con
cluded PGA event. Al Watrous of
Birmingham,. Mich., was six und
er par for the 72 holes he needed
to finally emerge tne winner in a
well-attended playoff against Bob
Stupple of Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
and the 54 year old Sarazen
whacked out a course record 65
in the opening round.
But the squat member of golf's
Hall of Fame pushed his own ex
ploits behind him as he dared the
USGA to start a U.S. Seniors
"Such a tournament is needed
desperately," he insisted. "Re
member, people are living longer
all the time. Then, too, they
snouid take into consideration the
fact that the biggest names in
Golf such as Ben Hogan, Sam
Snead, Jimmy Demaret and oth others
ers others like them are crowding the
50 mark and soon will be eligible
for such a senior event."
Difficult To Win
And these great golfers, Sarazen
argued, would find it more dim
cult to win such a senior event
than they would in winning the
U.S. Open, the British Open or the
"Look at it this way," said the
stocky squire who has won them
all. "When you're in your 20's and
you play, in something like the
Open you can look; forward to 20
more years of hope ..in that' tour tournament.
nament. tournament. BUt when; you're, 50, you
have got to win' the Seniors quick quickly
ly quickly or some, of the fellows who
never had a chance at tournament
golf finally have the time and
they'll knock, your brains out."
He isn't kidding about his hopes
for a U.S. Senior Open. And the
USGA brass hats, most of them
on the senior side themselves,
certainly should give .it consider consideration.
ation. consideration. For a lot of golfers, the
new slogan would become "Life
Begins At 50."
Bulldogs Nip American Legion
To Take Pacific Twiloop Lead
Balboa High School baseball baseball-ers
ers baseball-ers will be playing their .fourth
straight arame of the week to-
nleht when they take on the
Junior College nine at Balboa
Rt.adium This will be the second
Tntorsr.holastic Leaeue crame of
the week for the Bulldogs, arid
Incidentally, a' mignty impor important
tant important one. name time is 7 p.m.
and with th'. tremendous 1m-
Srovement the College men
ave shown on the diamond this
should' be a closely contested
A Balboa win would cinch for
the Bulldogs at least a share of
the title and would", mean the
J.C. was out of it for this year.
The Bulldogs can rest assured,
however that' J.C. is well aware
of this fact and will be giving
it a little extra to keep their
roach Paul Karst will proba
bly go with Wayne Wall on the
hill: wa.il is undefeated in In
terscholastic Leaeue play and
In, thn last crame he cave up on
ly one hit as the Bulldog de defeated
feated defeated CHS 4-2. The J.C- boys
have begun to rap the bail hard
or and in their last game a-
gainst the American Legion they
hnntrerl ftwftv at a hard clip.
Whether Wall can contain the
older and more experienced
players on the Green Devil team
with the same effectiveness he
did the Cristobal high schoolers
t r nrlll nf had a erood rest.
having played only Montlay of
this week, whereas the BHS
,team played Tuesday, Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, -and Thursday nights. Fred
Raybourne has been named to
the starting assignment; as
Ditcher for the' Green Devils,
with newcomer Bob Orvis ber
Mn, tho nlate. Catchine- has
been one of the colleges main
weaknesses this year, and u or-
vis can handle the Job it will be
a Dig assist 10 wieir vouot..
PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Teams Won Lost
Balboa High School ... 3 1
Lucky strike .......... 2 1
Junior College ........ 1 2
American Legion ..... 0 2
Last Night's Result
Balboa High 4, Amer. Legion 3
Sunday's Game, Balboa Stadium
Amer. Legion vs Lucky Strike
The defending champion Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High edged the American
Legion 4 to 3 last night and took
over first place In the league
American Legion, with Jack
Love on the mound, battled the
Schoolboys down to the last In Inning
ning Inning before going down to de defeat.
feat. defeat. Charlie French opened the
fateful seventh by working Love
for a base on balls. Donny Ry Ry-ter
ter Ry-ter went down on strikes after
falling twice in an attempted
sacrifice. Owen Sutherland went
to a three and two count then
walked. Dannv Wlnklosky, last
year's batting champion, con connected
nected connected one of Love's fast balls
for a sharp hit down the right
field line to score French easily
from second with, the winning
High School started the scor scoring
ing scoring In the first Inning with one
run when Sutherland crossed
the plate on Love's wild throw
on a pickoff attempt at third
base. Durfee plated the second
run In the second- Inning after
being nicked by Love's pitch.
Durfee stole second, advanced to
third on a wild pitch and came
in to score as More grounded
out pitcher to first.
American Legion took a short shortlived
lived shortlived one run lead scoring three
runs in the top of the third
without a base hit Two bases on
balls, two errors and ft wild
pitch accounted for the scoring.
High School tied up the game
In short order In the bottom of
the third when Donny Ryter
singled, Wlnklosky doubled and
Lem Klrkland singled.
It was Barbler's first win to
even his pitching record at one
win and one loss. Barbier struck
out 1L walked four and hit one
batter while allowing a slng'e in
every In nine except tne uuro.
Jack Love after a shaky three
innings held High School in
check facing no more than four
batters' per Inning the rest of
the game. Love fanned seven,
walked seven and Jilt one bat batter
ter batter while giving up four hits In
losing- his first starting assign assignment
ment assignment of the season.
Danny Wlnklosky with a dou double
ble double and a single in three trips,
was the only player to' make
more than one hit In the game.
Lucky strike and American
Legion meet for the first time
on Sunday afternoon at 2:00
at the Balboa Stadium.
The box score:
American Legion Ab R H
Mead, 2b 3 0 0
McGlade, ss ..... 4 o 1
Chase, c 3 11
Holt, If .3 1 l
2 1 1
2 0 0
2 0 0
4 0 0
3 0 1
3 0 1
, StV" East nr
Idna 83,-Wagner 69
tnhinh 79 ppnn Rtato 67
Boston Coll. 68, Massachusetts 66
Duquesne 71, St. Francis N.Y. 67
Connecticut i m""-
Army 65, Boston U. 54
Temple 70, Navy 58
N. Carolina 77, West Carolina 59
Kentucky 84, Georgia oa
Memphis St. 93, Murray St. 72
Omaha 78Quincy 61
Dayton 75, DePaul 58
Tulsa 72, santa Baroara 59
Detroit 91, Houston 81
Geneva 61, Mt. Union 57
Marquette 67, Creighton 56
Texas Tech 68, Baylor 65
Air Force Acad. 79, Adams St, 68.
Editor.: CQNRADO SARCEANT
Teams . Won
Cerveza Balboa. ; 14
Chesterfield .; .. 14
Carta Vieja., 12
: .519 ;
TONIGHT'S GAMES (2) At Panama
Chesterfield (DaVie 3-4 and Michalec 2-0)
i ." vs. .f. V
Cerveza Balboa (Brunet 3-4 and Trice 2-1).
Game Time; 6:00.
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Police ...6 0
Lincoln Life 5 2
Spur Cola ,.4 2
Gibraltar Life ..4.2 4
Elks 1414 ......... 3 4
Seymour Agency ... 0 6
the double play that the Elk
scored threw runs 1
Won Lost Pet. To stop the rallv. Marti was
1.000 1 relieved by French who was
.715 greeted with a hard smash and
.667 two runs. However. French not
333 his bearings and retired the next
.2V5 1 batter, and also in the seventh
.000 no Elk reached first base.'
' The Lincolhs put the game a a-way
way a-way in the seventh with a three
run' sDlursre. Ansrus Mathenv
in tne nrst overtime game, or, started the seventh, lnomg, on
Lincoln Life 7, Elks 1414, 4
A. McKeown, 3b
W. Nickisher, 3b
Welch, lb .......
Love, p .........
3 6 19 6
French, cf "..''...U 3
French, cf 4
Ryter, rf 4
Sutherland, 2b ... 2
Wlnklosky- ss -3
Klrkland, If ..... 3
Durfee, lb 1
More, 3b 3
Bateman, c 2
Barbier, p ........ 2
the Pacific Little League seasohj
the Lincoln Life team was given
a big scare by, the Elks.
Lincoln Life started the first
Inning as if they were going to
run away wtth the bali game,
five, successive nits tallied four
big runs. Elks pitcher who wasi
tne victim ot mis blasting was
Mulllns, who settle dowij and
blanked the Lincolns for the
rest of the game. Because' of
Little League regulations, that
no pitcher may pitch more than
six innings, Mulllns retired aft after
er after the sixth inning, with a four
run deficit, the Elks got a single
run in the third, and in the
sixth with, two out. and no one
on base', the Elks put ort a ral
mat tiea tne bau game at lour
all. -'!' .;!-.
Doug Marti"; started on' the
hill for the Lincolns and did a
commendable job; until he tired
and the Elks put' on, their rally.
In the last regulation inning,
the first man reached first base
safely, and the next man hit a
sharp grounder to third, Beck
threw to Ostrea at second- who
relayed it to Bowman at first,
for a double play. This defen
sive measure played an Impor
tant part, because it was after
the hill for the Elks,- and he was"
relieved by Craig stoudnor.
Two players had two -Jilt.
Beck for the Lincolns and Bur-
ton of the Elks. v.
The bo score:
Elgelke R. 2b . .
Ostrea ss, . .
Beck 3b ...... i...
French cf, p .....
Bowman lb ...Y.,
Kiamco If .4
Joynor J. rf
Ab R II
2" 2 :
Burganer if 2
McGrath If 2
Stoudnor ss, p .'. 4
Burton 3b 4
Mulllns p, 2b, ss
Poore cf .
, 23 3 4 21 6
One out when winning jrnh
Seorc By Innings
Amer. Legion. 003 000 03 6. 2
Balboa High 111 000 14 4 3
SUMMARY Winning pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Barbier (1-1). Losing pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Love (0-1). Struck out, by
Barbier 11, Love' T. Bases on
balls: Love 7. Barbier 4. Hit by
pitcher: Durfee by Love, Mariet Marietta
ta Marietta by Barbier. Two base hits:
Wlnklosky. Double plays; Love
to Welch. Umpires: P. Corrisan
and R. Wl'.l.an-.s. Scoresr: Mead.
To Fall In line In
NEW YORK, Feb. 1 (UP)--With
trsinins (inlv 2 month a-
way, big league players were be-,
ginning to faU into lme in whole
sale ncmDers tooay.
pi.. ujocViinotnn senators, for ex-
11117 ,1 F
ample, announced the signing ot
six players at one clip today,
Cleveland; and Kansas City three
each, and so on down the line.
Outfielder Karl Olson, pitchers
nunirv Stewart and Dick Hyde
and infielders Jerry Snyder, Lyle
Luttrell and Waldo uoniaiez were
th fipnator sienees while infield
ers Georfce Strickland and Kennyj
Kuhn and ouuielder Mu lockui
agreed to terms with the Indians.
Biff Gun Zernial. catcher Tim
Thompson and rookie outfielder
Lerov Schmidt signed their cooH
trfcts with the AthleUcs, and the
Pirates added second baseman
Spook Jacobs and rookie outfield outfielder,
er, outfielder, Sid R'ggs in their satisfied
Outfielder Don Mueller, whose
batting average slipped to .269
last season, accepted a contract
from the Giants which called fori
the same salary be received last
vear. and outfielder Solly Drake;
aereed to terms, with the Cubs.
. Southpaw Don Ferrarese, who
had a 4-10 recrod with Baltimore,
okayed bis 1957 terms with the O-
noles. ; ; s
sToo Good For
V His Own Goiod
CEORCETOWN, Out.; Jan, 30
(UP) Timmy Haines, the 12-year!
old snotmaaer trom Georgetown
who scored 30 goals and 10 as assists
sists assists la sine games this fear, win
be sidelined from hockey for the
rest of the season because he's
too good for his league, and his
parents won't let him play against
older and bigger boys. Yeaag
Haines was promoted to a league
made up of older boys by the lo local
cal local Cnad'n Leeion of'-f '' l"'-'
y.r. and Mrs. Ro!and I," --; It
tone j os
The box score:
Wrn Lost Pet.
3 1 .750
2 .500 Pericos
2 .E00 Vines, rf
2 .333 Eddleman, rf
slble Innings before the 6:00
Palomas and pericos Tie 4-4
Baggott, c 4
Fulop, 8b ,. -...w3.
Ness, lb 3
Bright. F. cf 0
Thursday afternoon at the Bright, T. cf 0
Fastlich Teenage Park the up weade, ss 2
an dooming pericos battled the. Metheney,
Palomas In a thriller ngrt aowniBrown, a ...
the line to the last man andfMarcum, lp
when the- plate umpire, Roger. Martin, p
Williams, called the gamp at
the end of the sixth both teams
were on even terms 4-4.
The Pericos had. scored five
times on six hits and the Palo
mas had scored five times on six Garcia, ss
hits. This gume will be reolaved Kline, p ..
Saturday afternoon at 4:00. ThePaJak, 3b
Palomas scored one run In the i Sander, lb
second and added three in tneQiazer, c
Caldwell, rf 8
Miller, if 0
Huddleston, If 2
top of the third. The Paiomas
came back In their half of the
inning with four to lead by one
run. Neither team could score
in the fourth.
m the fifth the Pericos scored
the tying ran and he'd the pal palomas
omas palomas scoreless fof the rest of
the game. The Pericos missed
an excellent scoring opportunity
to ko out front in the sixth as
they had the b"s loaded wUh
one away but the Palomas ent
them down on a double play
when Ness skied to Allen in rn rn-fr
fr rn-fr field for on and th1 tMw
tn double the runner off third:
for the final out.
The pericos scored on In the
second minus a hit Thre In
the third on a single by Bag Baggott,
gott, Baggott, a double by Fulop, n walk,
wild pitch and an error. Th fi final
nal final run was scored In the fifth
on a stngl bv Ness, a sacrifice
hit by T. Bright, a passed baU
and an error. --- i --
The palomas scored tn the
first on a double by Allen, a sto stolen
len stolen base and an error. Four mm
were added In the third -with
successive doubles by Garcia,,
Kline and Pajakv a wane, ait
batter and an error.
For the Pericos, the letnn
h!tir m Rawott with S for 4.
For the Palomas, Pajak led bis man, under the miniremwt cf
if?m rrstp. with 2 for 3 iBoclrv Mirciano's old rs1 r
A v ""i Cf V kS t") v 11 (-'erp-J t
SUMMARY 2 base h!ta:Tu h!ta:Tu-lop,.
lop,. h!ta:Tu-lop,. Allen, Garcia, Kline. Pajak.
2. strikeouts by Martin by
Kline 5. Walks off Martin 2. oft
Kline 7. Sacrifice hits: T..Brlght.
Umpires: R. Williams and W.
Upr'N' Cpmin' Heavy
Dnt Uarric .Wmc
n a m aril mm i
IW J i (UI I WmM. II- w9
18th Sira'nhl Bouf
HOUSTON. Tex. (UP) An up
set victory ever. Claude Chapman
Of New York Tuesday night left
southern heavyweight champioa
Rey Harris of Cut-'N-Shoot, Tex,
with a string of It straight "pro
fessional victories without a joss.
" The 190-pound fehtf-tchoc-
te sober scored a, technical knock
out at 2:54 Of the eight tout
over the transplanted Georgia Ne Negro
gro Negro before a turnaway crewd of
4T0 at City Auditorium. Chap-
FRIDAY; rtXRV ART t 1957
Xm PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILJ NEW SPAPKB
PI6u3p j iRosier :Per sHlage Feature)
Hurling Park, Cainbcrwcll,
ElkdV Dona -Beatriz Also
Go In $600 Sprint Race
Seymour Agency . 4737
El Panama 4143
lnwlfifrtin Picnido: one-time track champion-
hi$ candidate Kosieif?and,wcak4egcdJPersiflage
shape tip as the big three id tomorrow's $600 seven seven-furlong
furlong seven-furlong sprint race at the president Remon race-track.-:
Of this trio. Picudo is almost
certain to be the mutuels choice
-With Persiflage or Rosier .the run run-nerup,
nerup, run-nerup, Camberwell, Dona Beatrix,
ElKo ana nuriing rare complete
the listiOf seven entries.
Ruben Vasaue replaces hust
ling Fernando Alyarei aboard Ihe
Stud Miura Star, 'Picudo, and
this 'should enhance his chaaces
inasmuch as Vasquez is able to
control Picudo's wide swinging ten ten-dencies
dencies ten-dencies more than Alvarez.
Hosier -displayed improvement
In his workouts uus ween ana may
be ready to take it all.. He has
been dropping classes faster than
a monkey Ama a t greased pole.
Th nulf be the right soot. Ale
jandro Ycaza rides the topweight-
ed once ciassy son or aan iucai iucai-Reclame.
Reclame. iucai-Reclame. 1
Persiflage Is fresh from a four four-length
length four-length victory over Camberwell in
the lower bracket. Douglas Cortez,
who gave Persiflage a perfect
ride his last time out, will again
do the booting.
Camberwell's owners requested
tbtt he be moved up in class. This
indicates that they think this
frnun is less touch than the lower
bracket. Braulio Baeza will guide
the Chilean horse.
SDeedv Elko can be counted on
to be in the thick of the fight for
at least half the distance. Howev However,
er, However, he may surprise and outsprint
the opposition all the way. Lead
ing jockey Alfredo Vasquez is
scheduled to noe auto.
Dona Beatriz. which will be rid
den by favorite rider Gilberto Vas
quez, can neyer oe completely o o-onunted
onunted o-onunted because she is a long
shot .apeciattst, winning when the
form players leasx expect' u.
Hurling Park will be making his
cponnrt start after a prolonged lay
off and is apparently stiu on
form. Bias Aguirre, as usual, vill
guide the victory siaDie spnmer.
Nine other races are included
on the card.
CLASSIC? LEAGUE "' n V I'TZ, 1-
AGEWOOD TAKES LEAD IN
CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUE
AoKwaad trounced Austin by
more than 200' pins to win all
four noints while JE1 Panama
was out-lasting Seymour Agen-
m ra three to one victory
The loss by Seymour Agency
and the win for Aeewooa rhqw
d Aeewood to take over, first
olace in the league by one
point. 1 "-: i
Rollv Olelchman and Bob To
land lned Agewood In their win
over Austin while Earl Best of
Austin had high. game259-
and high series 642 tor the
night. His 259 game tied Bob
Bowen for the third high in the
high game lor an inaivrauai.
Race Track Graded Entries
Peel Cietei 12:45
F Alvarez Ho Last was revealing
J. Jim6nez llflx-Hard to beat
F Hidalgo 108 Slight improvement
G 'V4squez 107x Best early foot
' H Ruiz 103 Hasn't shown much
O. de Le6n 105 -Bad legs hamper -F
Godoy 110 Returns from layoff
n noMo us Poor recent efforts
t-VT. ColUns M. Guerrero 100 -Nothing to indicate
10-(Choya r. oatica iuo.
6 M. Cristina
Toland . 214 206 139 609
Boyer . 199 201 132 532
Gleichman 209 196 213 618
Lane . . 102 211 162' 565
Balcer . .174 202 191 587
988 1018 837 2891
Almeda . 189 203 193 585
Thomas . 133, 179 182 494
Snellbaker 196 129 147 472
Knoll .. 159 144 166 469
Best .... 259 192 191 642
936 847 879 2602
Ui Kc 6th Series Imp- fun9 $400.00 Por Cloiei I 5
' SICOND RACE OP THE DOUBLI
A. V&squez lift Bowed to Dun fn last
G. Vasquez 112x Kot againsMhese (J
H Gustlnes 99x-an ,weu. JHwast,-: r
A. Valdivia 115 Completely burnt out 1
F. Hidalgo 113 rop iorm now
J. Phillips 103 --Usually disappoints
7 Merrt Mason A. Ycaza 115 Racing to oest rorm
B. Mate B. Aguirre 109 -Should be clpse up
For the second week In a row,
Ed Lowande was high man for
El Panama, followed by ,. Billy
Coffey. El Panama has now-won
two matches in a row; maybe
th. xhakeun of their line up
had something to do with them
getting back on the winning
side of the ledger for a couple of
The two fly-boys, pat Casclo
and Mike Nunes, scored the
most of Seymour Agency.
TROPHY PRESENTATION Colonel Frank D, Miller, left,
Commanding Officer, 20th Infantry Regiment, Fort Kobbe,
presents Captain Charles C. Early, Commanding Officer, Head-:
quarters and Headquarters Company, with the trophy indica indicative
tive indicative of his company's supremacy in the recently concluded re regimental
gimental regimental sports tournament. The company won the softball
and basketball championships and a member of the unit, PFC
John Perry, won the tennis singles championship, paired to
win in the doubles, and went on to win the table tennis
championship for his company.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Mantle New Glamor Boy Bufr
Pitchers Fear Williams Mosf
TAMPA, Fla., Feb. 1 (UP)
Mickey Mantle is baseball's new
glamor boy but you can take it
from the pitchers that Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams still is the most feared hit hitter
ter hitter in the American League.
"I've talked to a lot of other
pitchers," said one as the base baseball
ball baseball clan, began to gather for
spring training. "Now I wouldn't1 ji"
on me, so don t use my name,
but Williams has no exploitable
weaknesses while you can quite
often fool Mickey."
Strikeout statistics would
seem to boar out this assertion.
Mantle last season fanned a
total of 99 times. William, in
only 14-less garnet, struck out
but 3? times.
By Conrado Sargeant
President Ernesto de la Guar-
vetoed the bill
for the "protection ana im improvement
provement improvement of the native race
horse" that was recently apj
proved by the Panama National
Several arliciles in the
bill, especially one that stip stipulated
ulated stipulated a purse scale for native
racers, did not meet the Chief
Master Mickey himself bemoans AmonK tne articles incmaea
this swishing proclivity. the bill turned aown
"Williams told me that 1 was'Dy me rresiaent- was one
giving away a lot of points on my that Would allow the ioiporta
batting average," Mantle admit-jtion of geldings and thc reex-
ea. "i ve got to learn tne smite poriauon 01 mares.
zone a lot better."
There are even more statistics
which would indicate why Wil Williams
liams Williams is regarded by the pitchers
ab more of a menace.
Mantle had a great season last
year as ho smashed 52 home runs
and batted .353. But it was his
first "big" one.
bince coming up in 1951, Man-
IIp's nrovinns hest averaos was1 uiice-quaiic
J11 hi ..-iEsteban is a
to 1956 was only .298 for his career.
Williams, on the other hand, has
never batted under .317. His .406
average in 1941 made him the
last man to reach the .400 heights
and his lifetime average to last
CflQCnn lira a XAN
Nnr HiH t.nll Terf tail off too! cnesmut
much last season. He played 136
games and at 38 batted a rousing
.345 which js only dreamed of by
so per cenr'oi me major, icaguer?
10 years his junior.
"I don't particularly care to
face either one of them," said the
hurler who was comparing t h e
two sluggers. "Believe me, they're
both tough. But, actually, in the
late innings I'd almost much
rather face Mantle or wiuiams
than Yogi Berra
Three new horses are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to make their first local
starts over the weekend. Two
are natives and one is an Eng English
lish English thoroughbred. All three are
slated to run on Saturday.
' The natives are the promising
thoroughbred Esteban and the
three-quarter breed Capitan II.
chestnut son of Keyhaven out
of Lituana. He is owned by Car Carlos
los Carlos Eleta. and is being trained by
Chilean newcomer Manuel Rive Rivera.
ra. Rivera. This two-year-old colt looms
a sure winner
Capitan II is a three-year-old
offspring of jachai-
ector "ran away" with the
monthly newspaper tipateft'
contest. The final official re result:
sult: result: The Panama American
263, L Estrella de Panama 23,
The Star and Herald 230. El Dia
227, La Naclon 222, "18" 216,-ti
Hora 208, Mundo Grafico 199, El
Pais 196, The Panama Tribujj,
Bonifacio, a prospective imjr
fuels favorite for tomorrow''
tenth race, broke down during
a workout yesterday mominj
and will be forced out of com'-.'
petition for a lonjj time. ,1
Unconfirmed reports indicti,
that tomorrow's fifth race for,
native maidens may have to b,
canceled because of scratches.
Basketball Bug Bilesv
Marion After 20
Years In Baseball
NEW YORK (UP)-Marty Marl Marlon,
on, Marlon, "bitten by the bosketball bug"
after 20 years in baseball, left for
Louisville with a. business assort
ate today to explore the possib'ili-
Capitana. He is owned and'""0' omaming a mtionai tias tias-trained
trained tias-trained by Fortunato Hidalgo I k.ettba11 Assn- franchise in that
Ire' Race "I C" Natives 7 Pes. Purte $175.00 Poet Closet 1 :45
8 La Enea
H. Gustlnes 102x Distance handicaps 8-1
B. Baeza 106 Must Improve plenty 8-1
V. Ortega 112 Returns from layoff 5-1
B. Aguirre 120 Seema sure thing 3-5
L Gutierrez 109x Ran well in return 3-1
F.Hidalgo 106 Bad trailer last 15-1
4tk Race "6" Native
5 Pei. Puna $275.00 Pool CIomi 2:20
1 Ho Galltto H. Hustlnes lOOx Must go lower
3 F116n A. Vergara 113 -Could repeat
3 Fuego S. Carvajal 113 Not against these
4 La. G. Ladra J. Phillips 110 Last doesnt count
5 Chito B. Aguirre 113 Will fight it out
Pangola F. Gatica 111 Gets the call
7 Damadura A. VAsquez 115 Working okay
S Avispa. O. Sanchez 118 Dropped in class
9 (Bagdad C Iglesias 106 Has strong finish
10- (Winaaba O. de Le6n 113 Nothing to indicate
948 1042 873 2863
934 953 953 2846
The current averages of the
four teams are as follows: Age Age-wood,
wood, Age-wood, 946; Seymour Agency,
946; El Panama, 923; Austin,
The individual average lead-i
ers are Bud' Balcer, 203; Billy
Coffey, 20Q; Pat Cascio 198; Earl
Best. 192: and Harry Colbert,
How can pro football be a monopoly in restraint of trade
If pre baseball, which conducts the same kind of store under
virtually the same conditions, isn't?
A ccuple of lawyers. .' Messrs. Pro and Con. . were kick-
m tV-ln nna atvmnrj in th ITS Rilnrnmo Hnurt thp nther daV
in cennection with a suit against the National Football League, the men whd have to toss it up
when -hief Justice Warren took cards JC the (tame. mere to me nmers sun raie oian
The other "deputant" is the
hifhly rated Crews Hilt which
will race under the colors of
the Cococba Stable. His train trainer
er trainer is Eduardo PhUlips. This
four-year-old chestnut colt is
by Father Knapp-Pitts worthy.
Jose Mainieri's Blakemerr is
now being trained ;by Prudenclo
"ISn't there a difference between the reserve clause in f oot-M Musial o the St. Louis Cardinals
ball and baseball?" the distinguished ttlstck. xobc asjeed. After,
which, he proceeded to show .that at' least In his mind there
very definitely is I4.
(A) A ballplayer embarking on a nro career may sign with
a team of his own choosing and it Is not until then that he is
bcunrt fcr the reserve clause. (Which, in effect, makes him
tlic property for life of the club he signed with.)
(Rj The rookie eriaaer gets no suca cnoiuc. nc pmja im
The Yankee catcher, he insisted. Pinillo, .PostlnoVich 1 back
"is the toughest hitter in the: under th$ ownership an dtrain dtrain-league
league dtrain-league from the seventh inning ing of Jose V. F. Bellone. .. ax axon."
on." axon." 1 vilan will race with blinkers tins
Over in the National League, Sunday.
The Panama American's fel
I Marion and his business part
ner, Milton Fischmann of SU.
Louis, conferred with NBA Prest
dent Maurice Podoloff here Tues,
day night and were told by him
that their "prospects are very
good" for securing a franchise. r
Marion, the one-time "Mr."
Shortstop" who later managed the.
St. Louis. Cardinals, St. Louis
Browns and Chicago White Sox,"
and Fischmann also plan to deji
tcrmine the possibility of acni3
ing a franchise in Chicago, Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City, Cincinnati, Cleveland t.
Pittsburgh. ', 'f,
as Ditehine enemy number one.
"Stan, doesn't rank with Wil Willi
li Willi T .1 t..
liams or manne iui iii.v inuiic.y,
asserted the pitcher, who current currently
ly currently does his chucking chores in the
American League, "but even in
his 15th year he was still twice
as tough to fool as such hitters
5 Pet. Purte $250.00 Pool CIomi 2:55
5th Race "Nen-Wiiiiieri"
F. Hidalgo 112 Depends on start
R. G6mes 112 Has good workouts
B. Baeza 106 Usually close up
F. Gatica 112 Keyhaven-Lituana
1 P de Asno
Cth Raca 6th SViat Imp. S U- $400.00 Peel Clem I:J5
PIRST RACI OP THI DOUILI
1 Semlpleno A. Ycaza 112 Aiming for kill 4-1
2 Hineanie: D. Cortez 115 Has shown little 15-1
8 Oliver T. Alvarez 106 Hard to catch here 3-2
4 Curate B. Baeza 105 In favorite distance 5-1
5 Remir6n B. Atrulrre 118 Usually runnerup 2-1
6 Dev. Club R. U Gil 110 Dsitance handicaps 10-1
7 -Brlght Blade O. de Le6n 107 Reportedly improved 5-1
8 Amat G. Vasque 107x Could score at price 3-1
7tk Race 5Hi Series line. 7 Fee. Puna $500.00 Peel Cletes 4:05
SICOND RACE OP THI DOUILI
t Arrabalero H. Ruiz 108 Failure thus far 3-1
1 Jaqnlmazo R. Vasquez 115 Way down in class 2-1
3 Grimllda E. Dario 100 Must go lower 20-1
4 Socorrlto R. L. GU 110 Usually close up 4-1
P Pioft Not O Vaque 105x Could be upsetter 8-1
8 Grtc B. Baezm US Ran well In last 10-1
7 Lucho' A. Oonrtlez 115 Nothing in month 15-1
8 Oyster- C. Ruiz US Blaring early soeed 3-1
9 lncalc A. Viaquez 120 -Could take ft aU 3-1
MtamSpUU Imp. 1 MlkPeree $850.00 Peel Cletea 40
1 Naut Touch B. Baet 104 Haa shown nothing 30-1
2 Sunrmeno J. Avila 122 Dubious ride last even
3 Crew'a Hill O. de Leon 110 Has high ratlnr 4-1
4 Carramufio J. Phillips 110 Usually disappoints M
5 MichlripA O. Vieques 105 distance tuiU style S-2
6 GramilU O. Montero 102x Early speed only 20-1
I P iiaai-"
ftk Raea 4A Sanaa Imp. 7 Pa Perw $600.00 Peel Cleeet 5:1$
1 Picudo R, Visquez 115 -Good aUrt Important 2-1
2B osier A. Yeazs 120 Serious effort here 3-1
3 Camberwall B. Baeza 105 Field seems too tough 10-1
4 XX Beitrta O. Vasquez lOLt Would aurprise 8-1
5 PersiCa D. Cortez lis Baek in top form J-l
Elko A. Viaquez 118 Beat early toot 4-1
7 H. Park B. Aguirre 118 -i"ela this one too 10-1
lOrh UZ $ $ari 7 Pft-Pwe $5O0.0O Peel Ciem J.-40
4 Ma. Stuarda
V. CajrUHa 120 In fight to finish
R. L. Oil 113 -Still bit heavy
O. de Le6n 113 Has some good works
B. Anirra 115 Bad trailer recently
A. Yc7a 115 Mut iitiprcve more
F -'7 115 1 vpI f-od
F.. C:..-'-a IZi cc-Ii test slsr. rT;e
By GILBERTO THORNE
When the usual work day is 0-
ver; when we have all done our
small Dart in the bis task of trans
mittine shins through the man-
made channel which joins two 0 0-cens;
cens; 0-cens; while the average worker
hurries to the comfprt of nis
home, the happy voices of his
children, hot meals and the eve
hing newspaper: a small group of
volunteer workers rush to a se
lected site in Pedro Miguel where
they build their own Isthmian Lit
tle League can para.
As bng as the sun stays out, a
am an erouo will be seen at one
end of the field putting up waus,
boys will be trimming and pre pre-carina
carina pre-carina the playing field, one
young man keeps a constant flow
of tools and materials, such as
there is, in working order.
A rrouo of work supervisors
mark off the sectors of work and
then put away pencil and paper
to take up the trowel, the rake,1
hoe and hose, and hie to work.
Small boys keep the workers
stocked with drinking water, wneo
th ma fall and darkness sets In,
the workers put away the tools
and equipment' and meet under
the big tree near the road. Sug Suggestions
gestions Suggestions and opinions are receiv received,
ed, received, discussed and brought to a
conclusion. The decisions are
made knows and the workers bid
each other friendly good, night
nil each hurries home until the
next evening when they meet at
the field again.:
All things seem to say that mere
will be Ltttle Leagoera playing
baseball ia Pedro Miguel' come
The Isthauaa Little League nas
for its leaders: Claude Snuta,
nririent: Dudlev FarrelL treasur
er; Rudolph Priaeo and Joseph
French, screening committee; Ar Arnold
nold Arnold DorviUo. vice-president; and
Hamilton Lavais, aeereury.
The Isthmian Little League i
ttt Wi"ie Mas or Eddie Math
Mnn when he t.art- ews.
the hitters as naturally as farm
ers discussing crops, over in the
National League are rating Hank
Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves
.s "the next Musial."
"But he's got a long ways to go
before he's a Williams, or even
a Mantle," said the slinging
Meanwhile, the top man in the
pitchers' palpitation departmen t
still is Williams. And. if the pitch
ers were setting ud a pool on who
would win the American League
batting championship this season,
they'd give you Mantle and six
"That Williams, me guy saia,
makes you wish you were back
in the showers and usually
winds up sending you there."
1 nlrirH- "Here vou are taking college DOVS wno never even
said they want to be in professional football.
While the Chief Justice later sought to make it clear he
was not taking a position on the fluestion, the mere fact that
he raised it at all. and the uncomplimentary manner in which
he discussed It, cannot have brought boundless joy to the pro
On thc other hand, though, the. newly, formed Players Assn.
must find. Itself enjoying an unexpected windfall from a most
unexpected source and one that could nothave come at a more
opportune time; next week Its player representatives meet with
Bert Bell, league president, to presera wieir neiiw-
PATSIES IN PADS
When the players first proposed organization. Bell express expressed
ed expressed the hope they would do nothing that might Jeopardize their
warm, personal relations with the magnates. It appears that
when they wanted to borrow a buck or .needed advice they
knew where to ro. But If they organized. . the president
didn't put the warning in words but the inference was there.
Actually, the players' demands are modest. 'Training
camu expenses, compensation for enforced absence due to in injuries
juries injuries and pension rights, the latter a long-range objective
Thrpreeason phase of pro football has been astutely de de-Ploned
Ploned de-Ploned in to bie business. It now runs almost as long as hc
r 1 x . n miim rr iiv mv.
Sports A La Carte
Bob Young Feels Tribe Erred
In Canning Lopez For Farrell
THE BALTIMORE SUN)
By HUGH TRADER
It was m couple of minutes be
en, and players like him.
'put out' far him.
GETS 'SHOOK UP'
"As for Farrell, he's okay hut"
Fama mirlnifthf nnrl tha ftli Man ho Ooic lnt 'cKnnlr tin nn nnnacinna '"
ivic 11 iiu si, niiu wc viu wan iiv kvu auuvn up wti vv,vaiiuua
with the bent blade his eyeballs He'll need some help at Cleviv-
slightly bloodshot, the same as Hand, and maybe he ll get it fro
mine, but for. a different reason-
said, "If you want a New Year's
skewp, young feller, call Bobby
Young Baltimore'! Bobby"
Why, he's in the West lndie, play playing
ing playing winter ball at Ciudad Truiillo,
of the Dominican Republic. I was
down there ertte before myself.
That. it, in Jamaica
What story could Bobby Young
contribute? And how would Old; three, you know'f
Man '56 know? He's on' the way
his coaches, especially Edd
Manky. That s why Stanky was
brought in from Minneapolis. '"'?,!
"Actually, Farrell had by far far-the
the far-the best club in the American Ajfi"
sociation in Indianapolis. j
"Now we'll see what he can dd
in the majors. He deserves thaw
chapce, but I'll itill take Lopwr
over Farrell and Lopez ov 2
Marty Marion. I've played Jor aj
1 it.- r
I hung up thanking Bobby, lS
hioition aames. the take from which, plus annual TV fees, prac- po,0 ... (UP) shirlev Fry.iut: his ib u done bert- We can't, the Old Man said: "You got
tically guarantee, solvency, come what may U-Si t is t wlll be stare in ttefuturj. story iiKe 1 promised d on
Considering tne nigniy prunwuic
1 1. ..tnnuhinir tii at the olavers made like so many
mi KnH. for so lone a time. The first organized dis-
tiv nH ton nf Pnln. ill minis-
nlav of rebellion came from the LA Rams last summer. Bell t it w announced Tuesday.
r . . iti..ti. ..in. vnu n is w rrr -.. . .
ine prospective groom s parents.
;,r.nallT assured them of satisfaction before they would agree
to play In further "exhibitions."
The champion Giants, for example were pacified with a
naltrv $10 a week. The Green Bay Packers got $25, but it ap ap-SiJed
SiJed ap-SiJed to salary. Thc Eagles went to $50 a week for rookies,
$100 for veterans. Whether this was deducted from salary we
couldn't learn. ,,!,..
Buddy Youn. spectacular little Negro veteran, spotlights
another cngagine angle. The player limit is
Call Belby Yourtg, anyhow," I shook the Old Man's hafflff
the Old Man insitted. "I've still tightly, wrapped my arm around!
get a minute left before that New j his thin shoulders. He grinned
Kid comes in. I knew whet I'm: weakly, waved and disappeared "I
Listen to what he1 it wa.s a tier midnight. He,naM
Rev. and Mrs. Karl Irvin, Sr.,
made the announcement
So the call was put in to Young
onH tmift tn th HIH Msn'n uiftrA
MfflWBRii. Viipi ThP fifth 1 1 got a story to shake up the base-
Dau worm, especiauy nann urcen-i
annual Labatt Open, C a n a d a's
richest golf tournament with a
$26,800 pot, will be held at Mont Montreal's
real's Montreal's Islesracre golf course, July
. -t.-t il'. ..i.lnn tfi,nn" nrlt.i fif) to 70 players. They., 7 ; ... .nnminrpH toriav hv
rr6 extras for scrimmages., Ana must toi m.nv. '" iven Murray, loumamcui uirctwi.
BASEBALL IS BEST
Any career athlete who picks pro football over pro baseball
..7Tyuti hi .Tmmd. . and the way some of the
?eam7 play; the time must come when the medics will Insist
Thc Chicago Cubs gave Moe Drabowsky. Trllnty College
pitchVr? SKSo for his signature What's Jimmy: Brown of
Syracuse, the best back in the East, going to get from the grid
tJRSSLSTS Boato Red So, is 33 has been
tag league baoebaU for U years, and is soon to start hH 1 fifth
tFZmm m ,00 PUyer. The gr
proa must pUy four or five yeara even to approximate that
m"CThe averase span of the grid pro is about four years. If
andhernrfeu pension it gggS
for yeUlng -Come on! A little pepper out there.
NEW YORK (UP) The United
States has been invited to send
a six-man track and field team to
complete in Europe in June and
according to Dan Ferris, secre secretary
tary secretary treasurer of the National
AAU, the team will be picked on
the basis of performances in the
American indoor championships
tn Madison Square Garden, Feb.
LOPEZ OVER FARRELL
gone into the shadows. The job M
has left who knows? For alia
of silly '57 predictions. i
RICHARDS FLIPS SCOUTS 'Cjj
But there's one thing I know
that the Old Man didn't tell me.
I knew that when Paul Richards
On the other end of the line, to went en a late "scouting trip.
my questions, Bobbv said: and then convened here with hit
"No, I don't think Kerby Far- "bird dogs" during the World S
roll, Cleveland's new manager, is riet, he told 'em, "The best t
the equal of Al Lopet in running end baseman I taw In the minor's'
bail club. ;wa Bobby Yeung."
"I played for both, Lopei at 1 A couple of Baltimore SCOUTS"
Cleveland aid Farrelj at Indiana-flipped off their chairs. The same
polio, a: yen knew, and I t'.ink Young, now pegged for Saa Diego.
Lopet is Me of the best. My pre- wlio was pawned off by Paul
dicitien is that Lopez will lift the because he fell away from th
White Sx aa a atromj pennant plate a la Willy Miranda,
contender in '57. Ho knew pitch-! HAPPY NEW YIARI '.
mrm nnahla tn- lend labor and de-
Bate materials, the man who has
iven ua a d ace to store our c-
nuinment until wo are able to pro
vide for ourselves, the people who
m passing smile encouragingly at
our efforts, and especiauy bw
who hold pessimistic views and
keep their opinion to themselves.
Thc Isthmian Little League will
be active for three months. Feb-!
niary. March and ApriL We bopei
parents sod fans will be prominent
5 Est bam
Ad, B Snrvmene
3.1 rTtful to thote reoole who lend! in attendance at the fames.
u r labor aM time to make Uiramn u tt f.sytd at reoro- s-rmaa
,rT.e a rea. ty, the people vhoJV..gi;i. i II Gooranet (e)
something new has been added!
at our so-popular .
It's the CAROL GREAVES TRIO
now playing from midnite to 4:30 a.m.
evary FRIDAY and SATURDAY
in tho air-conditiortod Balboa Bar! :
join tho lato crowd for Club 4:30 fun
and receive a nightcap on-the-houso at 4:30 a.m.
CAROL also plays (he piaoo
11 iji. to X ajm. Saau. Toes. Wed. It Thar.
Gibraltar tile Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 8-055Z
TRANSPOSES BAXTER. S. A.
Phone. 2-2451 2J562
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
3 re 5 P "- rn. T
Or BY ippwnim....-
i mnnii riANCING
Latin-Ameriean & Native Dene
CImmi or private lesiom ,tor
8a.bo. S 2"39
Balboa Service Center
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
Monday Thru Thursday
m Balboa 2-295
ror US personnel and their
With F 1.2 Lens
PanamA N. York
VALENCIENNES, France, Feb.
1 (UP) Police held a 15-year-old
baker's apprentice for a court
hearing today because he dumped
hundreds of nails into a batch of
dough. They said he was trying to
make trouble for fellow workers
who were harassing him.
The dough was baked and en
route to shops before the act was
discovered. Fortunately, police in intercepted
tercepted intercepted the delivery trucks.
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Central Ave. 4 4th of Julv Ave. 1 H 1M Ceatnl AveaM X'. : V. Street Nei, M j r Beside the Bella VlsU Theatre
FOR SALE: Mahogany double
bed, Hollywood type, with box
iprings and innerspring mattress
$50. Call 87-3265 or Panama
FOR SALE Overstuffed plastic
living room let, sectional : 2
chairs, table, foot stool. 843 1 Es Es-pava,
pava, Es-pava, Margarita. Phone 3-3126.
FOR SALE: 9-ft. General Elec Electric
tric Electric refrigerator, 60-cycle, good
condition, $65. Phone Albrook
2217, Quarters 133-A.
FOR SALE: Farm, 20 hectares,
near Customs House, Arraijan.
Water and electricity from town,
modern house. Phone 2-4269.
FOR SALE: A comfortable
house at New Arraijan with elec electric
tric electric plant. Cheap price. Informa Information
tion Information at the Job Department, Pan Panama
ama Panama American. Ask for Mr. Tu Tu-non.
NEW YORK Fph 1rTTT
The Newspaper and Mail Dellv-'
erers Union went on strike a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst newspaper and magazine
wholesalers today, sharply cut cutting
ting cutting newspaper d e 1 i v e ries
throughout the city and 'suburbs.
The work stoppage began a a-bout
bout a-bout 2 a.m., shortly after a un
ion meeting unexpectedly turn-
oH dnm fia new rnnt.rae.t. acrn-
ment re-djrjiriended by the union
Italian Troops Pour Into Prison
To Crush Rebellion of 900 Initiates
PALERMO, Sicily, Feb. 1 CUP)
Italian troops and police,
stormed fortress-like Ucciardone
prison with armored cars, tear
gas and machine guns today to
crush a revolt of 900 inmates
believed masterminded by the
Mafia "black hand" organization.
One prisoner was killed and
seven others were wounded. More
than 20 policemen suffered in injuries,
juries, injuries, chunks of wood and furni furniture
ture furniture hurled from.', the towering
prison by the rioters; r "J
Authorities battled night long
t i i : i 1 1
iur cururut ui ine jjiisuii atiu uicii
forced their way in witnaa moaern
version of the Trojan horse."
I A huge mobile scaffolding of
steel tubes and planks was
pushed beneath the windows of
jthe prison under a protective
i cover of- machine gunfire.-, Fire
men climbed the scaffold and
sawed out the window bars.
Police and troops charged
through to overpower the
A crowd of 5,000 persons, most-;!
ly relatives of the inmates, stood
cilontlv nnteirlo thp inil in this ritv
Lf An nnn M,nirh,ua the militarv-
style invasion of Ucciardone.
During the 19-hour melee, Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto Cardinal Rufflni, dressed in
clerical robes and holding a cru:
clfix, ventured into the prison
courtvard to Dlead with the rebels!
to surrender. His plea went gainst aggression it was announc announc-unanswered.
unanswered. announc-unanswered. 'ed today.
A GREAT DRAMA WITH FOUR- STAR CAST:
WRITTEN ON THE WIND'
Release Sunday and Monday at the
Magnificent drama came to the gerceo the DKITE DKITE-IN"
IN" DKITE-IN" Theatre, Release Tomorrow and Monday. "Written en
the Wind," L'ntTeraal-International production la Techni Technicolor
color Technicolor boasting a ctar-trtadded cost headed by Rk Hadson,
Laaren Bacall. Robert Stark and Dorothy Malone, r
The story Is a dvnamic rtudv of a man wh beeomes
incapable of liring happilT with his young- wU- Hta
flict with his best friend, who low his wife withoat ad admitting
mitting admitting it. makes this one of the most compelllnr emo emotional
tional emotional stories to hit the screen this year. Adrt.
YOU CAN PUGE
FOR SALE: 1956 4-door Bel Bel-Air
Air Bel-Air Six, India ivory over blue
turquoise, custom upholstery,
ww tires. For price and demon demonstration
stration demonstration appointment, call 'Jim
Hagan, Margarita 3-1 07 U
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, new tires, seat cov covers,
ers, covers, mats. Excellent condition,
low mileage, one- owner car,
$416 cash. Phone Balboa 2 2-1515.
1515. 2-1515. FOR SALE: 1955 Ford 4-door,
excellent condition, radio, sun vi visor,
sor, visor, new tires, solex glass, fender
skirts, 13,000 miles. House
5504-C, Diablo. Phone 2-3102.
FOR SALE: Duty paid 1950
Hydramatic Cadillac sedan "62."
Low price. See Tropical Motors,
FOR SALE: 1956 Oldsmobile
Sedan 88 Hardtop, 4800 actual
mileage, hydramatic,. power
brakes, power steering, many
other accessories. New condition.
Dr. Ralph Adams, Balbea 6457.
FOR SALE: 1949 2-door Chev-
relet sedan, new rebuilt engine,
upholstery, paint, and good rub rubber.
ber. rubber. Phone 86-2165 duty hours
or 86-5136 off duty.
FOR SALE: 1953 Austin A-40
Coupe, excellent condition, one
owner. Phone Balboa 2-4278.
FO RSALE: 1939 Chevrolet
pick-up. Very good condition,
tires and motor, 327 Gamboa,
Apt. E, Phone 168.
WANTED: Chevrolet or Ply Plymouth.
mouth. Plymouth. 1949 to 1 952,' 1 Phone
The carefully planned revolt
bore all the earmarks of the
Mafia, the feared underground
society of Sicily.
Prisoners revolted simultane simultaneously
ously simultaneously in five wings of the gloomy
prison after the daily exercise
walk yesterday evening.
Some 300 prisoners charged
through the corridors, ripped
holes in the.-roof and clambered
out -to hurl improvised missiles
down on police trying to break in.
Another 600- prisoners milled
through the corridors and added
to the confusion by refusing to
enter their -cells.
The rebels ignored demands
that they return to their cell cell-blocks
blocks cell-blocks and demanded the ouster
of the new warden, Alesaandro
Fadda, as well as an amnesty.
District Attorney Giuseppe Mef Mef-ra's
ra's Mef-ra's reply was to order an all-out
I k I rinH J fn crna
U IN JianCI VII IMUCI
THE HAOTJE. Holland. Feb. 1
(UP) j lie iNetneriancis government
will withdraw its support of the
United Nations resolution demand
ing that Israeli troops withdraw
from the Sinai and Gaza Strip un-
less Israel is given guarantees a
i.i -Si i
PANAMA AMERICAN AN
DRAWER "A," DIABLO -BOX
121 1. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
UNITED STATES CITIZENS in income
come income tax returns are due April
15. Qualified tax consultant are
available at your telephone. Call
INVITATION FOR QUOTATION
The Panama Canal Company so so-:
: so-: licits quotations for on copy of
"Field Book of Birds of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Zone," Bertha B.
Sturgis, N. Y. Putnam, 1928 and
"Birds of the Panama Canal
Zone," Bertha B. Sturgis, Toron Toronto,
to, Toronto, Thomas Allen, n.d. Quotation
are desired by telephone at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2777 not later thait. 4 p.m.,
February 4.' ,y "f.
FOR SALE: T.V. 21 -inch G.E.,
60-cycle, floor model Balboa
FORI SALE: Horse, gelding or
ewap for smaller horse. Phone
FOR SALE: Electric Singer sew sewing
ing sewing machine, table model, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. 2025-A, 2nd St.,
FOR. SALE: Doberman Pinsch Pinsch-er
er Pinsch-er puppy. Call Cristobal 3-3297
after 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: H.R.O. 50 T.I re receiver,
ceiver, receiver, 6 soil sets, crystal cali calibrator
brator calibrator and F.M. unit' $270. 843 J
tapave, Margarita. Phone 3-
FOR SALE: 21" television,
used 6 months, 60-cycle, tropi tropicalized,
calized, tropicalized, $175 cash. Call Amador
82-5214 after 4:00.
FOR SALE: McGregor shirts
and pants. Join our Merchandise
Club. The best. Baxar Madrid,
Central Avenue No. 65.
FOR SALE: I Kohler electric
plant, 1500w., 60-cycle, II Ov.
Apply at, Eloy Aifere 'Ave, No.
FOR SALE: One A.K.C. regis registered
tered registered blonde male Cocker Span Spaniel
iel Spaniel puppy. 2262 Carr Street, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Tugboat Crewmen's
Traffic in NY Harbor
NEW YORK, Feb. 1 (UP A
Strike1 Of tuchnat. onH karcro
crewmen today crippled the bulk
of traffic in New York harbor
and threatened to create a seri serious
ous serious shortage of oil, coal and oth other
er other vital materials within a week.
A union spokesman said the
strike had spread to other major
U.S. aorta but n rhpnlr fallori tn
bear out his claims. There is no
immediate danger of any fuel
shortages, but dealers warned
mat, a prolonged strike could
have grave consequences for
some 12 million persons In the
New York Citv area. The walk
out was said to affect 70 per cent
oi on ana coal shipments here.
A spokesman for area fuel oil
distributors said oil riser rnnlH
expect to feel the pinch in about
a week, and possibly earlier,
should the strike last more than
three days. Coal dealers said
supplies will dwindle rapidly
after a few days.
Some foodstuffs also stand to
be affected by a strike of more
than four days. Most food sup supplies,
plies, supplies, however are delivered by
railroad barges and tugs not In Involved.
volved. Involved. Wes! Ducks Answer
To Red Disarmament
Proposals, Says Tass
MOSCOW. Feb. 1 (UP)
The Soviet government charged
today the west is "evadinfj a di direct
rect direct answer" tollussian disarm disarmament
ament disarmament proposals outlined In pre premier
mier premier Nikolai Bulganln's latest
letter to U.S., British and French
The charge wasV made in a
statement by the official Soviet
Tass news agency quoting; "lead "lead-ing
ing "lead-ing circles of the Soviet Union'
a phrase generally accepted to
mean the Soviet Government.
It was, in erfect, a reply to
President Eisenhower's letter of
Dec. 31 to Bulganin and to sim similar
ilar similar letters from former British
Prime Minister Anthony Eden
and French Premier Guy Mol
Tass declared the big three
letters show "that the three
western powers axe evading a
direct answer on the substance
of the proposals", contained in
Bulganln's letter oi not. i i.
Bulganin had accepted Presi President
dent President Eiaenhower'a "open skies-
aerial inspection proposals ra
his letter. But he limited the in inspection
spection inspection area to 480 miles on
each side of a line running
through Central Europe. v
INDEPENDENT, ,DAHT KEWSFAFER
DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN .THE CITY, .
ATTENTION O. I.I Just built
modern furaished apartments, I,
-2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENTs Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two-bedroom apartment,
maid's room and bath; New a a-partment
partment a-partment house in Juan Franca.
.For six months, $160 a month.
, Call 2-0072 Panama.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom pent penthouse
house penthouse "SOUSA BUILDING." Living-dining
room, 2 porches, Z
bathrooms, maid's room, garage.
Bella Vista (44th Street t Co Colombia.)
lombia.) Colombia.) 44-17. Information:
tame building, apartment ty
FOR RENT: 3 -room apartment.
Can be divided. Apply 1080,
Las Dos Palmoras Street.
FOR RENT: Furnished one-bed-bedroom
modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belitario Porras.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Alberto Navarro Ave;, El
Cangrejo. Phone 3-1982.
Start On British
Exit From Jordan
LONDON, Feb. 1 (UP)
Britain and. Jordan will start
negotiations Monday to end the
treaty permitting British forces to
be stationed in Jordan, the For Foreign
eign Foreign Office announced today.
The, announcement said Britain
"agreed to the proposal by the
Jordan government that negotia
tions for the termination of the
Anglo-Jordan treaty of 1948
should begin in Amman on
End of the treaty will mean
withdrawal of some 2,000 British
troops from Jordan and halting
the 30 niillion dollar subsidy
which Britain has provided Jor
. Egypt, Syria and Saudi Arabia
signed an agreement two weeks
ago to take over payment of the
subsidy if Jordan would break its
A Foreign Office spokesman
said financial agreements be
tween Britain and Jordan outside
the treaty will not be affected
Once-close relations have been
going rapidly down hill between
Britain and the young Hashemitelman: Man of the World. Kauff-
kingdom, which' Britain set uo asiman; Death of a Fool," Marsh:
an independent nation after World Our Valiant Few,? Mason; Death
Last year Jordan dismissed
British Gen. John Glubb as com
mander of the kingdom's Arab
Legion, which has been wholly
supported By British funds.
Jordan closely supported Egypt
during the Suez crisis but did not
break diplomatic relations with
Britain as did Egypt and Syria.
Under the 1948 treaty Brita'n
nas maintained a sizeable a
mored and infantry force along
juruan s ia mile strip of the
Aqaba Gulf. Its presence has
been a stabilizing influence in the
area now troubling the United
Nations in the dispute between
&gypt and Israel.
Rockin' Parly Set,
Bring Rough Shoes
Members and friends nt the
Canal Zone Gem and Mineral So Society
ciety Society Plan to visit Vique Point
beach on an agate hunt this com coming
ing coming Saturday. All who wish to take
part in this field trip, except the
Atlantic Siders, are reauested to
meet at the club's building near
Pier 20, Balboa, about 9:00 a.m.
Saturday, In order to pool tran
Those attending from the At
lantic Side are to proceed directly
to Arraijan to join up with the Pa-
clfic group in the vicinity of the
Arizona Cantina. The group will
proceed from were to Vique Point,
I with Bob Stewart acting as offi official
cial official guide.
I Stout shoes, drinking water, rock
hammers andtbags are recommend
ed equipment. Non-members are
also invited to attend.
Time Not Ripe'
For Tito's Trip
To States, But
! BELGRADE,' Feb. 1 (UP) The' C tTM.L Vnir
Yugoslav foreign office said today' 0Ylt?rS tOCn TCur
, "the time is not yet ripe" for Pres-j
iident Titer to visit the United States WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 (UP)
but the trip still is being consider-' Rep. Thomas J. Lane (D-Mass)
ed. - arged the United States today to
Spokesman Banko Drisk o v i e open its doors to 23,000 Rnssian
told newsmen the U. S. and Yugo- technicians, scientists and engin engin-slav
slav engin-slav governments "have consider-' eers each year to encourage de
led that the visit of President Tito:
in thm Unrred States wouM h trm-i
"Thi visit. However, lor which
the date has not yet been fixed. grants. He said tftey wwua oe
will not be carried into effect for'esrefiilly screened "to make cer cer-the
the cer-the time Dting.' the Yugoslav I tain they are opposed to commun commun-spokesmao
spokesmao commun-spokesmao added. lism."
FOR RENT 2-bedroom chalet,
big back yard, all fenced. 7th
Street, Coif Heights. Information
Phone 2-2407, 3-3641.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished chalet at "Urbanixa "Urbanixa-Cien
Cien "Urbanixa-Cien Mirafioras," Victoria Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No, 17. Phone 3-2062.
FOR RENT: 2-flooring house,
unfurnished, with 2 bedrooms, 2
baths, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, garage, maid's room, laundry
porch, garden. Available Febru February
ary February 15; also furniture to sell if
desired. Rent $100. No. 12 13th
Street, San Francisco. Phone 3 3-2181.
2181. 3-2181. A story of navigation down
the ages which is almost an in informal
formal informal history of western man.
is told by; jean de La Varende in
"Cherish, the 'Se, tint of the
books placed 'in circulation dur
ing tne wee by the canal zone
This rich and animated nar narrative
rative narrative that stretches from the
dawn of western history down
to the days of steam should be
of interest to sailing enthusiasts,
students btfVlnjaritime history,
naval architects a well as to the
Inquisitive general reader.
The titles and authors of the
books announced by the Libra Library
ry Library this week follow
NON-FICTION;- Bible Pri Primer,,.
mer,,. Primer,,. Jenneyjicherlsh, the Sea,.
Wrenflef rh'jSearch of Adam,
Petroleum and. Performance in
internal-Combustion Engineer Engineering,
ing, Engineering, Goodger; Good Housekeep Housekeeping.
ing. Housekeeping. Guide to Successful Home,
makings Accounting in the Fed Fed-era1
era1 Fed-era1 Q v tn rn ent, Kohler;
Greece, Ogrlzek; '-and Orozco,
FICTION Queen : of the
East, Baron; The Prosecutor,
Boteln: The Far journey, Erd-
to.jSlow Music Nichols; The Pow Power,'
er,' Power,' Robinson Beyond the Gates,
Smith r and The warrior. Slaugh Slaughter.
ter. Slaughter. -. ,- -.4?
CHILDREN'S BOOKS Lions
in the Woodshed, Baker; jani janitor's
tor's janitor's Girl, Friedman; Mystery in
Old Quebec,- jane; Use Your
Head, Hildy, Justus; Space Cap Captives
tives Captives of the Golden Men, pat pat-chett;
chett; pat-chett; The Circus in peter s
Closet, Randolph; How. the
United Nations Works, Gait;
and The First Book of Caves,
Seven Stales Hit,
12 Dead, in Flood
ATLANTA, Feb. 1 (UP) Flood
waters spread death, misery and
destruction through parts of seven
The broadening flood belt alrea already
dy already has claimed 12 lives and left
By this morning, the flood area
in the regions of the Appala Appalachian,
chian, Appalachian, Cumberland and Groat
Smoky Mountains affected parts
of Kentucky, Virginia, Watt Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Geor Georgia
gia Georgia and North Carolina.
A flood alert was issued for up-
per reaches of the Oostanaula Riv
er In Northern Georgia, where
flooding is expected by Saturday
Landslides and flash floods the
twin terrors that caused much of
the distress in the Cumberland
Mountains in the past few days i
spread to the Smokies.
Highways and rail arteries were
blocked in western North Carolina,
near the mountain towns of Bry-
son City and Murphy. Rock slide)
vealerdav dumped 10 tons of earth
on the Southern Railway tracks be
tween Asheville and- Canton.
Solon Urges US
To Admit 25 000
faction of the Soviet Union
i Lane, said he will: introduce
bill allowing mem entry as 1
Nothing to compare with HOTEL
PANAMONTE in cool BOQUETE.
i Wire your reservation.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts.
phone Panama 3-1877. Cristobal
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The
new management is anxious to
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat satisfying
isfying satisfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach housa. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Twelve-root ma-hogany-p'ywood-fiberglass
bout, runabout, trailer and all required e e-quipmont.
quipmont. e-quipmont. Phone Albrook 5174.
Skid Row Burn Says
Cops Beat Bullied;
CHICAGO, Feb, I (UP) A
skid row dishwasher who re repudiated
pudiated repudiated his confession In the
murder of two. teen-aged sis sisters
ters sisters sought freedom today on
charges he was beaten into
admitting the slayings.
Police followed up new leads
Indicating- the -cjiris may have
been picked ud after attending
a movie on the night they dis
appeared and killed about an
Ho Soldier Appeals
In Civilian Courts,
Rules Higher Court
WASHINGTON (UP)-The U. S.
Court of Appeals held today that
soldiers given less than honorable
discharges from the Army can not
appeal the action to federal court.
The court handed down a 2-to-l
ruling in the case of John H.
Harmon III of New York, who
received a "general discharge" in
1954 based on his pre induction
The Armv said hi rpfpnttnn s
a soldier would not be consistent
with national security because of.
Communist relationships. Harmon
denied ever being a party member
but said It was1 possible he had
known. Communists, v
He asked the court to rule that
the Army has no right to give a
less than honorable discharge on
the basis of events that occurred
before induction. -,
Judge E. Barrett Pretty man
said in the majority opinion, that,
the question Is whether a court
can review and determine What
type of discharge a soldier'; re
ceives. He deckled It cannot.,.-
Featured in' Jack
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PA-C) JI VE RAK, rhvtbm skater of tbe Ice Frolics is the
choreorraphf r ef the trouple which i'l start a 2 werk tn.
yarrment if Hotel r.l rfim' ratio. In addition is an io io-terrrrtiTt
terrrrtiTt io-terrrrtiTt s'.ater vto. jpr ,,-s ae E-amh0 and fc':rt.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY T. 1957
ityiiijiwiiiM.ywi"'iwiii ine MM
. for :
DO YOU HAVE PROBLEMS? Of.
course you do, but Iqt us take
care pf your TV troubles. Call ua
between '9 a.m. and 7 p.m. for,
SAME DAT SERVICE: U.S. Tele Television
vision Television at 2-4616. OPEN TILL
io p.m. .ii-.ry.
"HOMES WANTED for kittens
with personality. ,6 weeks old,
housebroken, Mother Siamese,
father a travelling man. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2?02.
WANTED: Competent maid,
must tpeak English. Botica Neu Neu-man,
man, Neu-man, 39th Street No. 4-14, Bella
LOST & FOUND
LOST Green parrot, tame. If
found, call Balboa 2839 or 2759.
Bennie (the Dishwasher) Be Bedell,
dell, Bedell, 20, a husky illiterate, re re-tracted
tracted re-tracted .his signed conf ession
yesterday af a habeas corpus
hearing before chief Justice
Wilbert P.- crowieyj la, criminal
court. Beaweu's attorney, David
E.. Bradshwy-jaid h?; will press
foh his cMent'lreleie "this aft-
- viiho vaa iun--
sion is invalid, i '.
Bedwell.also faced-a routine
hearing on murder charges plac placed
ed placed against him. The hearing-, in
Bedford police court, ls'expected
to be continued automatically..
Bedwell testified he was
beaten and cowed' into admit admitting
ting admitting he and a companion slug slugged
ged slugged Barbara Grimes, -15, and
her sister, Patricia, .13, and
dumped them into a ditch to
freeze the night of Jan. 1.1.
The bod:es were found Jan. 17.
Sheriff Joseph Lohman, who
announced BedweU's. 14-page
confession Sunday, denied the
skid row romeo was forced to
"He never was beaten or
bullied," Lohman said. "Noth "Nothing
ing "Nothing like that ever happened."
Bedwell said sheriff's police
slugged and bewildered him
chirine three days, of -.jgruelllng
questioning ana net, aetector
testv ;v,vr t. t.'ciz-. -.
r"l wasso upset that-1 didn't
know what was going- on and
still dont," Bedwell, va Paris,
Tenni,' -native, drawled-r
- DoGoat Shame
DETROIT, Feb. 1 (TJP A
suburban Troy woman 'called po police
lice police and told them a dog was chew chewing
ing chewing up her shrubbery. Skeptical of officers
ficers officers went to hee house, and cap captured
tured captured a goat which waV cropping
the foliagc'i i :,..
Kelly' Ice Frolics
V ;. 1
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1057
THE PANAMA AMERICAN -A Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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By MERRILL BL088EB
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view a wuriuruus
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ten a tid.
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the New Year Jocks q
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ippe Philippe Mareau, of Paris, France, starts hit homework, he Is,,
quickly Joined by his furred and feathered pals. They- are
iJim,M a sleek Siamese eat born in Bangkok, and "Mikou,"
a fourmonth-old Parisian owl. The pets are the best of friends.
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MIAMI BEACH, Feb. 1 (UP)
H,i.Th AFL-CIO today ordered
't, union, to kick out supee ad
'angstert or Communist with with-'
' with-' Jut waiting for thorn to bo
' brought to trial.
-The announcement was .one of
thr'strongcst pronouncements Dy
tho-.powerful labor group against
ratfteteering in w
fl trade union need not wait
Vporf a criminal conviction to bar
from office corrupt, Communist or
l14,-? :..,... th leaders of
S" Son American union work
Thftresponsibility'is not placed
tiDon unions Dy ia :rr
relVwn -tihition and by the
principles .ft govern the
trade union muvetuc"..,
TlKbor group said those who
"'a tniiion(n acencv or
iZrwho a r known to be rac
inose wnu n-rm tted to
ketcers snu uu. ,r
toM. membership in the AFL-CIO
!or; its member unions.
'The- report was one of three ap ap-!B&
!B& ap-!B& by the AFL-CIO executwe
S3. The reports, Presented by
the" Group's ethical practices com com-mittfe?
mittfe? com-mittfe? were aimed at cleaning up
Notably missinfl from the W-
the reports were approved wii
Dovo Boek, whooe powerful
, t..mt.r. nlo I
Senate investigation of labor
; laekotoorinfl and mishandling of
' .inaUd out "racke-
slaps at mem-
who would mishandle union
1a. nr .nsaee in unethi-
cal business practices.
Conoress To Raise
,61 Mortgage Inleresl
.WASHINGTON. Fb. 1
filters to raise interest rates on
ffiSK-I- to keep veterans
from being "frozen out of the
i .: wirVt-
They to Id the House Veterans
lX!r th. r.l interest should
tout them on a par with Federal
,r-i- a ntinUtmtion loans.
Mousing ------ r
s. Goodyear oi "i-,t
iH. Tjf president of the Na-1
tional Association of Home Build-
ers, said builders cannm ""I
under the present
Unless Congress acts, he sam.
Gleans "will become .thin f
thjPpast." The administration,
recently raised FHA inter inter-est
est inter-est rates to 5 per cent has asked
Congress to raise GI loans to the
Goodyear proposed that in
creased funds be provided for tne
Federal National Mortgage Asso Association
ciation Association t support the mortgage
market by buying VA and t ha
l0Tfte National Association of
Real Estate Boards and William
Laiitt New York builder, joined
iT recommending that Congress
adopt a long-range flexible plan
under which GI interest rates
woiOd rise and fall with market
Levitt, who also favored the
liike.'to 5 per cent, said "I don't
think. uthe veteran needs prefer preference
ence preference any more."
j pTTLC L.IX 1
'The tdea 1 sports cor Is one ttxjt'
moll anougH that H you flood It
you eon put It over your shoulder
Weather Or Not
' Thia waatkar raawt fat tke 24
.heart adif I a.m. tvaay. P'-
pmn4 by tk MtfUflfcal and
iHVdmfraphic Iraach of tha Pi--au
' IALIOA CISTOAL
TEMPI ATU It I:
, ALIO A TIDES
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2
5 ;2-L .av
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'Let the. people
PACOIMA, Calif., Feb. 1
(UP) Irate parents and Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen demanded today an end
to test flights over congested areas
because a collision in air sent a
luxury transport ripping through
a school playground, killing five
airmen and two children.
More than SO boy wero play playing
ing playing kiekball yesterday when sud suddenly
denly suddenly a $1,950,000 Dougta DC'
7B ploughed through the play playground
ground playground after colliding nearly 25, 25,-000
000 25,-000 faet above with a Scorpion
F-8D iof Interceptor.
One boy was killed instantly and
another died within minutes of the
crash that also brought death to
SusDenslon of a 5 fine fof
having no windsnield sticker on
his bus was revoked today for
Wilfred Erasmus Barker, 3b,
He was ordered to pay the fine
after having been fined $5 for
operating his bus on a restricted
street in Ancon.
Payment of the first fine had
been suspended on the condition
that he not be found guilty of
any other offense,
New York Model
NEW YORK (UP)-Nelva More,
a beauteous high fashion model,
will marry Boston Red Sox slug slugger
ger slugger Ted Williams, her mother an announced
nounced announced today.
Mrs. F. More said the couple
would wed "soon" but she wouia
vpi the date. Miss More
Pennrted to have left the city
yesterday and Williams is vaca-
tioning in ine norma. Keys.
Williams, on, nurnm
Soule when he was a naval cadet
in 1944. They were divorced 11
years later. Mrs. Williams re received
ceived received a $100,000 settlement and
the custody of their child, Bar
bara Joyce, 9.
Miss More is a free lance mode
who lives with her mother in mid mid-town
town mid-town Manhattan. She is well
known in the fashion show and
she has had offers of a Hollywood
career, according to her agent.
'His' And Hers' Theaters Going To
Be Wedding Gift From Mike To Liz
ACAPULCO, Feb. 1 (UP)
Screen star Elimbeth Taylor
and producer Mike Todd went
into virtual seclusion today at
the seaside estate of ex-Presi-'
dent Mleuel Aleman where they
will be married tomorrow.
The actress and the 54-year-old
producer moved from the'r
seaside villa here to Aleman's
swank estate at nearby Puerte
Marques yesterday, shortly aft after
er after Miss Taylor learned belat belatedly
edly belatedly a court In Mexico CH.T
had r"nted ner divorce from
British actor Michael Wilding.
Minn Taylor, who will be 25 on
Feb. 27. and Todd had sent law lawyers
yers lawyers into four Mexican states
including the federal district or
Mexico City, after judges in
Guerrero and Morelos states re refused
fused refused to grant a decree.
They were advised yesterday
the decree was granted by court
in Mexico City Thursday.
Todd .was jubilant. Friends
said be was on the telephone
"all day1 completinf arrange arrangement
ment arrangement for tbe purchase of tw
Chicago theater which be
planned U present his young
wife as a wedding present- Tne
frends said one theater would
be named "His," and the her
Map Thief Pleads
Guilts To Charge
nrNT Frh 1 fl'Pl 1 a for-
DKNMvK. FeD 1 (Ifl A ior
mer Atomic Energy Commission
geologist pleaded guilty in Feder Federal
al Federal Court to 1 charge that he stole,
an A EC uranium exploration map
possibly worth 110 million and
sold it to private prospectors
iZtom C, wheVi the AEC;1 WaWea, of the Ebeneter Me-
has an operations office, changed
a plea of innocent to a second in
dictment of guilty.
AEC officials said uranium on
tbe land covered by the stolen
anight be worth $10 mfllioB.
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAI7 FEBRUARY 1, 1957
Playground Crash Spurs
On All Over-City Test
th j transport's crew of four and
the nilot of the jet
Forty-three children were injur injured,
ed, injured, several critically.
A radarman in the jet plane' man managed
aged managed to bail out shortly before the
$990,000 interceptor crashed into a
hillside six miles away from the
The big transport began falling
apart after the collision as it
streaked directly toward thev Pa Pa-coima
coima Pa-coima Junior High School and the
adjacent Terra Bella elementary
Hospital Rights for Non-US
Citizens Getting CZ Boosts
Continuing its program to assist
non-U.S. citizen employes of -Xhe
Company Government organiza
tion residing in Panama to se secure
cure secure hospital privilege cards for
their dependents, the Personnel
Bureau, Panama Canal company
will have teams of workers at the
following job sites to interview,
record, and authenticate docu documents
ments documents certifying to the eligibility
of dependents for hospital privi
leges in Canal Zone hospitals.
Wednesday and Thursday, Fab.
( and 7 Ward 3, Gergat Hospital.
Friday, Fab. I Ancon Laun Laundry.
dry. Laundry. Monday, Fab. 11 Mlrafloras
Locks, Building 7A, Warehouse
south of Paint Shop.
Tuesday, Fab. 12 Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Locks, Warehouse A.
Thursday, Feb. 7 Maintenance
Division Shop Araa, Old Cristobal.
Friday, Fab. I Gahm Locks,
Gate H, visitor entrance.
All non-U.S. citizen employes
residing in Panama must present
marriage and birth certificate to
prove legal family relationship.
Hospital privileges wiu not dc
authorized until satisfactory docu documentary
mentary documentary proof of the employe's
family relationship is properly es
tablished and recorded, inter interviews
views interviews will take place from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
Schedules for additional job
sites with laree concentration of
employes will be announced la
Since field work teams can on only
ly only be sent where there are large
concentrations oi employes, au
! employes, including emplo yes
ion leave, nave peen urgeu w b"
Reporters were shown a copy
of the divorce decree by one of
Todd's aides. Signed by Judge
Jose E. Villarella, it, became ef-
Roberto Plazuelos, Todd's law lawyer,
yer, lawyer, also brought with him from
Mexico City a' marriage permit.
He said the permit actually was
granted a day before the divorce.
184 to Receive Diplomas from Zones
Ceremonies Sef for Paraiso Theater,
Commencement exercises for 184
students who are being graduated
from the two Canal Zone Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican High Schools this year,
will be held Tuesday night at 8 o' o'clock
clock o'clock on both sides of the Isthmus
Sigurd E. Essor, Superintend Superintendent
ent Superintendent of tho Canal Zen Schools,
will distribute ha diplomas t
tho 111 Paraiso High School seni senior
or senior during ceremony to bo
held at tho Paraiso Theater.
Tho 71 Rainbow City Hi ah
School seniors will receive rheir
diplomas from Charles A. Dubbs,
Director of Secondary Education
la a car many in fh Rainbow
City High School Gymaaskmi.
Baccalaureate aenricea for the
Paraiso High School graduate! wiU
he,d SundT aftemoo at 3 o
p.,.ic Tha.tr will'
clock in tbe Paraiso Theater witl
the Rev. John Kennedy, C M. an
The Rainbow City baccalaureate
services will be held at S o'clock
Sunday afternoon im the Rainboy
tbodist Church will be tho speaker
Dvriof tho fradwatioo oaorctos
Toesday at Paraiso, the oradaat oradaat-inff
inff oradaat-inff class will bo presented by
Ellis L. FawcoH, Principal of tbe
lProlat Hifh School. Tho main
DAILY ,. NEWSPAPER
country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
school. -The crippled plane struck
the playground as terrified chil
oren attempted to nee io saieiy.
"I saw kids lying on the
-ground, crying and streaming,
said Patrolman Harry T. Kowil Kowil-sky,
sky, Kowil-sky, who sped to tha scene. "It
mod ma sick to my stomack."
Both planes were on test flights.
The transport was undergoing a
final test prior to delivery to a
major airline and the jet crew was
testing the plane's radar equip equipment
ment equipment for Northrop aircraft.
to the offices of the Central La
bor Office in Cristobal and in Bal
boa with the required documents.
The deadline for recording this in
formation is March 15 and all
employes who desire hospital
privileges for their dependents
are encouraged to cooperate to
the fullest extent in order that
their hospital benefits in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone can be assured.
Hospital privilege cards for
qualified dependents will be issued
to be effective March 31, 1957 and
will expire December 31, 1957.
New cards for the year 1958 will
be fssued prior to that' date. All
employes concerned are urged to
have the required documents av
ajlable for recording at time of
Hinted, buf Sofily;
Pick Replaces Reed
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 (UP)
President Eisenhower, probably
will choose a successor to retir retiring
ing retiring Supreme Court Justice Stan Stanley
ley Stanley S. Reed from among judges
on lower federal courts, adminis
tration sources said ptday.
Then was some speculation
that Attorney' General Herbert
Brownall Jr. might be in line to
reploco Read, who announced
his retirement yesterday af t a r
1 years on tha high court. But
the post seamed mora likely to
go to a member of lower court,
probably a U.S. Circuit Court of
Brownell, whose job it is to ad
vise the President on judicial ap appointments,
pointments, appointments, was scheduled to con confer
fer confer with the chief executive today.
In filling two of the three prev previous
ious previous Supreme Court vacancies
which have occurred during his
administration, Mr. Elsenhower
set a pattern of choosing from the
ranks of the judiciary in one
case naming a federal circuit
court judge and in the other a
state Supreme Court justice.
Justice John M. Harlan was
moved up from the Second U.S.
Circuit Court of New York in 1955,
and Justice William J. Brennan
Jr. was selected from the New
Jersey State Supreme Court last I
speaker will bo Miss Mary Ash Ashley,
ley, Ashley, who was chosen as tho stud
ti. .ii .jj.... ni K
made by Miss Marion Clarke, class!
vaieoiciorian ana me wc c v c.
" . ...
1957 graduation class of Pa
The invocation will be pronouncjr.iso High School follows:
ed bv th Rev Peter B Swingle I
ea Dy uie Kev. reier o awugie ii
nursi ana tne oeneaicuon oy ine,
n... t-i.- rr n xi u.i.
wSl bTftu4STC the High
SchoororSr. und'er the direc.
In Rainbow City, tho member
of tho areduetio class win bo
prosontod by O. Shirioy. rrw
clpal of tho Rainbow City HioH
School. The fraduatlon ape a c h
will be made by Miss Ruth Black Black-man.
man. Black-man. Valedictoriaa Clarence Stuart
will give tbe farewell address while
.i,rt.tAH. Jim Kine will civei
the speech tA welcome. The invo
tion of Gilberto A. Peret and ev- ert Aulder. texinc Buey, Arnoia cou. -u iir-w. ii.iiVi
eral iWicS 1 selecUoni will be1 Belgrave. Meta BeUamy. Norm vera, Doris RoberU, Jame. Mpordon. Norma Hks Icaly Icaly-sung
sung Icaly-sung bTth. achool ehonu underj Benjamin, Beverly Best, Ernesto1 erts. Lloyd Robinson Adrianni iKo. jJeJ1II
the direction of Blandins Water-! Blades, Randolph Blake. Rebeca fers, Hilma Rogers, Earl Rose. JolUffe, Alman Jotm H e r m a
m TEve? WUson wiU sini Blanco! Norman Blenman. Archi'. ErneM Sandiford. (udetU Sw- gjgf SitSbil
. rt i- Ertrellita b If. M.ibald Brathwaite. Carlos Brathwiite yen. Hilda Sawyer. Orlando Scott. K'WJ. f7 JnPP"1.1.
eation win be pronounced by the. Pearl GriffM. Martin ffuIwErifearare: T"
Rev. Daniel Beiiahlo, CM. and the'sa Headley, Eugenie Henry,. Roy .Arnold Alphonse, Relief
Praised by Group,
Book to Libraries
Philip T. Qreen, Industrial Train Training
ing Training Coordinator for the Panama
Canal Company-Canal Zone Gov Government
ernment Government has just been commend commended
ed commended by the Industrial Training
Committee on his handbook for e
lectrical workers, Electrical Test
ing and Troubleshooting.
The commendation describes the
bopk as a "new and significant
contribution to the electrical field"
and comments that "the high level
of professional scholarship and de
dication involved in the creation
of this book conform to the ideals
and principles motivating the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Training Program of the
Panama Canal Company-C a n a 1
The book is designed to assist
electrical workers in locating and
correcting faults in electrical cir
cuits of all kinds. Since it is writ
ten so that only a basic knowledge
of simple arithmetic is necessary
to use and understand its principle?
and the procedures described, it
can also be used by handymen
and do-it-yourself addicts.
The material used bv Green was
developed in large part by the ef-
forts of the. two Canal Zone elec electrical
trical electrical unions. Locals 397 and 677
of the International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers. The nien in
the two locals described their prob
lems and suggested ideas that
might be worked out. They then
tried out the suggested methods un
der actual working conditions.
Copies of the book were present
ed several weeks ago tho Canal
Zone Library and its Margarita
Cauqht in Stampede
By Scared Elephant,
Midgets Win Claim
LONDON (UP)-A midget billed
as "the smallest man in the
world" and his wife were the re recipients
cipients recipients today of a $10,000 court
aword for injuries caused by
Henry Behrens, who is 30 inches
tall, and his 36-in. h wife won the
suit against the Bertram Mills
circus. They suffered the injuries
several years ago when the ele elephant
phant elephant stampeded after being
frightened by a circus dog.
Judge Sir Patrick Devlin said,
"To see an elephant coming over
one's booth would be a terrifying
thing even for an ordinary man."
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 1 (UP)
Mrs. Virginia R. Templeton, 25,
was awarded a divorce after tes testifying
tifying testifying that her husband believed
in being informal at her dinner
parties. She said he would wear
no snirc ana no snoes.
I benediction by the Rev
The High School Chorus will sin
iu ,.i.,iinni onrf miism si II h
furnished by the High School Band
uuun mc uncvviv,, u, ,.6.iv.
Rufmo Morena-.Franklin Dale, Herm. Dankin.,
...i i.r.nn Wilms Arthur M.
ry AsWy Eric AtheHeyrLn
Zh Venecia Athertor,.
... n ... ... u n
i,. u ii. rJmiiire Khav. Joaenh Smith; Ruthi-
Iris Campbell, Alfredo Chambers.
Henry Clark, Marion Clarke, An Angelina
gelina Angelina Coote. Harold Daniels, Ju Julio
lio Julio Diaz, Albert Dickens, George
Douglas, Carmen Fibieuil, George
FnrH anH JoSCDT' Fordf
Vincent Forde. Eduardo Garayllyn WUson, uooei lira ana am
Dora Garcia. James Glenn, Alvin
Goode. Linda Gordon, Selma Grant I
Barnes Greene. Kenneth Greene J
5 Blackballed Army Clothing Firms Face Charge
Of Perjury, Embezzlement in Contracting
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 (UP)
Sen. John L. McClellan called on
the Justice Department today to
prosecute officials of five black blacklisted
listed blacklisted Army uniform firms for
"perjury, false certification and
possibly embezzlement." f "-"
The Arkansas Democrat said
Congress should close a legal
loophole to make sure that people
"who are obviously defrauding the
government cannot do business
with the government through dum dummy
my dummy firms.' '(
t The senator warned one of the
officials that he would "have to
do some talking" before his firm
could even be paid for work it ;
already, has done for the govern-
ment. v -
McClellan heads the Senate j In Investigation
vestigation Investigation subcommittee. Its in investigation
vestigation investigation of the Army clothing
contracts led the. Army last night
to out the five firms from furth further
er further Army contracts.
The action was taken after
By Carib Command
In Three Months
Management revisions. ODera
tioaal -improvements and oerson-
nel consolidations have resulted were made "to cover up on the
in a saving of $76,481 during theiR9 non wnrth f
last three jnonths of 1956, it haslerty that was withheld" on one
ueeii reioneu oy ine oince oi me,
Comptroller. Headquarters USAR
Rodriguez U.S. Army Hospital,
Fort "Brooke, P.R., reported a sav saving
ing saving of $37,540 during the period
through improvements in opera
tional methods and procedures procedures-the
the procedures-the Transportation Section, 'USAR
CARIB, reported a saving of $19, $19,-546
546 $19,-546 on an annual basis by consolid consolidation
ation consolidation of repair and maintenance
facilities, and consolidation of sjup
ply distribution points effected e e-conomies
conomies e-conomies totalling $8,310 reported
by the Ordinance Section, USAR
Other miscellaneous economies
throughout the command resulted
in the saving of approximately
British Attack Aden
Towns in Retaliation
ADEN, Feb: 1 (UP) Royal
Air Force Venom fighters today
began attacking Aden protectorate
villages held by protectorate Dis Dissidents
sidents Dissidents led by a Dissident leader
The two Villages, Sawdaniya
and Hadhiya, were invaded by
Yameni regular troops several
weeks ago and handed over: to a
band of 90 Dissidents led by Mo
hammed Nasser el Jurl, wanted
by protectorate authorities for sev several
eral several murders. V
Rocket and cannon firing Ven Venoms
oms Venoms began attacking the villages
in pairs. Unless the Dissidents
withdraw, the attack was likely
to be followed with ground assault
by protectorate levies (natives
troops) and British army units.
Saud Loves Man,
He Informs U.S.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 (UP)
U.S. officials took heart today from
King Sand's statement that he al
ways will stand witn America
"in what is right and just ana ior
the common good of humanity as
The visiting king of oil-rich Sau
di Arabia made the pledge at a
state dinner given in his honor.cently from the continental ke
last night by Secretary of State I cap, which has receded some 10 to
John Foster Dulles. '12 miles to the south.
Lat American Schools Tvesday;
Rainbow City High Gymnasium
David! Henry Alfredo Hemandei, Nor-rews, Ernestine Archbold,. John
I man winrin Hrrrirk Holder. Orlan Ashley. Pearlina Austin. Jeannette
do Holder, Roman Jimenex, worj
Johnson, bene josian, noy iviur
Clifford Lindsay, Eduardo
- . . i PJj- n
MM.haii Oommtina Marland.'ram Chevannes, Eddie C o e r,
Henry McAdams, Uonei Mcdean Andres De Leon, RWia nnj
Genevieve McClure George 4llel'krd'
Kenzie, Gloria McLeod. Raymond Aoy Elks and Anff Ennever.
- Phvitu oho and Guiller-
. Leonora Perrym.n. JJl-Ji
- .it. Ca.iH. FHA V. lW r.,nc CVU UnU. dini UUUTX. M
bell Smith, Wilfred Smith, Rodeiph and Barbara Melbourne.
Soley Eugene St. Louis. Vincent George Miller, Walford McFar McFar-Stulti,
Stulti, McFar-Stulti, Valina Tappln, Alvin Thorn- lane. Barringtoa McLean," Hubert
as. Claris Thomas, Marva Thorn McLeod Bicardo Mckaughlon. Lui
aa. Beniano Thompson. Herring da Newland, Donald Niles, Donald
ton Thousand. Eric Town send. Wu
liam Townsend. Ellea Wade, tva-i
Those being graduated from tho
Rainbow City High School this
John Rogers and Thomas Di Gia
como, partners in Madison Park
Cltohes, Paterson, N.J., and four
other, firms, irvoked the Fifth
Amendment to avoid subcommit subcommittee,
tee, subcommittee, questions' .'r r
"I, have never seen anything so
loosely handled,'! ;! as the Army's
clothing contracts," McClellan
said, AAy; r& y. 'kii'-,
His blast came after a former
government employe testified he
found more than $80,000 worth of
unauthorized government' proper property
ty property in the Madison Park factory.
Bart Rogers, of Passaic, N.J,
John Rogers', son and former sec secretary
retary secretary of the firm, leaned heavily
on the Fifth i amendment, which
protects against possible self-in
crimination, during testimony to-
McCieJan warned him he would
"have to do some talking" before
the firm "could be paid for work
already done. ..
. Refused To Testify s
McClellan said. James E. Mark-
ham, who was present today as
Bart Rogers attorney, received a
$10,000 leeal fee from the firm.
But Rogers refused tp testify
oout 11. 1
Markham, 'the government's
Alien Property Custodian from
1944 to 1946, now practices law in
McClellan said he believed
Markham's bill meant efforts
batch of cloth discovered in Mad.
"We want to learn why there
never-was any prosecution in this
matter," the senator said.
Elliott Sherman of Orange, N.J.
a former government employe,
testified that on four occasions he
. j,.j ,T.v.i .,au uu tun-
nection with the contracts the firm
was working on.
French Cops, Hotels
Change Old Saying ;
PARIS, Febi (UP) French
police and Paris hotels ; changed
an old saying today and made It
read "All Uh world loves a lover
except when he is also a thief."
They charged Bernard Cottin
and Jacquelin Boulet, both 22, of
bilking more than 60 Paris hotels
with this routine: .
The lovers would check into a
new hotel each day and spend one
night. Jacqueline would go to the
desk in the morning and ask to
borrow paper and string, saying
she wanted to take some clothes
to the dry cleaner.
Then the couple would leave the
hotel with a bundle.
Police said the bundle contained
rugs, blankets, sheets and curtains
from the hotel room to be sold
to a second-hand dealer before
they 'checked in at another hotel.
Find 'Salt Desert-
LONDON, Feb. 1 (UP) Soviet
scientists have found a "salt des desert"
ert" desert" in the Antarctic Circle, Radio
Moscow reported today.
The radio said party from a
Soviet exploration ship landed on
one of the more than 150 islands
of the Rauer Archipelago in Prydz
Bay and found the surface com completely
pletely completely free of ice and with no
vegetation of fresh water.
The scientists said the island ap
peared to have emerged only re
... ... i
Benneu, num madman.
Blackman, Hilton Brathwaite, Ele
nor Brown. Norma Brown. Merd-
ell Burke Bernice Chambers, Bet-
. F -)n, u-np- VmT m
' tan tscaiona Henry r e r g u s,
teban Lowe, Randolph Maxwell
Peart, Enid Peart, Monica Quin-
lan, Bernard Reil, Tbelma Ren-i
me, Gloria Rodney, Leroy Scott,
Merlya Scott, Lucille Saums, Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph Simons. Harold Smith, Joyce
Thomas, Carlos Thome, Crist ins
Vaquez. Henry Wedderbora and
j McClellan said Mrs,'Ietty Ger-
shorn Marine, former bookkeeper
for Di Giacorao, w r p t e; to the
Army 'Quartermaster 'Corps that
all government cloth, furnished on
a large contract had been used up
and none remained to be returned,
Sherman 'said his duty1 was to
keep track of the government ma- V
terial furnished m Madison Park
wuuica iiu io see mat u was not.
wasted. i ; ;
He said, that within two 'months"
ium jaic AUKUM U7 idle UClODer.
1952,. ... he found i four batches xf
cloth, which had no relation to then
current contracts. r 4
Frank Inglis,' 'Sharon Hill, Oa.,
an, Army Quartermaster employe,
denied that Bart Rogers had told
him about one of the batches of
material thpt Sherman found.
However, subcommittee counsel
Robert F.' Kennedy said Rogers
told the FBI that he had discussed
the cloth with Inglfs.
In addition to Madison Park, DI
Giacotnos other firms blacklisted
by the Army w ere Parkside
Clothes and Wonder Fashions, Inc.
of Paterson, N.J., and .American
Fashions, Inc.. of Cliftnn !r t Th
fifth firm suspended .was Jersey
Coat Co. Inc. .'
As Pregnant Gob,
Navy Doc at Odds
PORTLAND, 'Me'., Feb. 1 (UP)
ineJVavy is. studying a miscar miscarriage
riage miscarriage of administrative justice
which discharged a healthy male
sailor by reason of "pregnancy," s
The error turned up whan the
saiior, whom tho Navy flatly re re-,
, re-, fuses to name, attempted to re re-,
, re-, enlist. The records of his pre vi vi-,ous
,ous vi-,ous enlistment plainly how the
reason for hi "honor a bit" dis discharge
charge discharge a "pregnancy' T
Put tha A7.,,r Jnn L
ine reason nas to be wrona Lt
Clvd r.tt. nf mZr S?8'. r.J
he' could find rm --n w'n..
nancy when he gave the sailor a
thorough pre-enlistment checkup,
Instead he described the sailor as
a perfectly healthy male in everv
TODAY!- .75 ,40
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