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ROYAL' HELLO President Eisenhower jfttilles as Prince Mashur, slx-yearold son of King,
: 5aud (left, iwaves to photographers as they drive away from Washington Airport.
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lke, Saud to Spend Separ ate Week-Ends,
But Aides Wiil Wbrk Out MidEast Future
- WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (UP)
President Eisenhower and King
' Saud -today parted i temporarily,
leaving their aides to work out a
program of American military and
economic, aid for the Kmg'a desert(
' The President and the oil-rich ary artmntt during th ntxt
Saudi Arabian monarch postponed Uw daya.; Tht Praidtnt and
their talks until late next week af-j King piannad to maat again prob prob-tpr
tpr prob-tpr treeing that they have in-i ably Thursday or Friday to ra-
creaspd the prospects of peace in
the Middle East. , a
'Informed sources said the Presi Presi-ont
ont Presi-ont tnid Saud that the United
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Sl2rl 19-Day Tour
; i ft flan Pnhert M.
f)..m.)i" i Chief of the Carib
bean- Command, and a group of
senior staff officers. are mmui
191ay tour of U S. mmtary adyiso adyiso-ry
ry adyiso-ry assistance groups and Military
Missions' in six South American
countries, Headquarters Caribbean
Command announced today. ,.
The trip, which began, today from
the Canal Zone, sit for orientation
of Montague, who became Com
mander, in Chief .in January mm
w rnntine consultation with the
MAAG and Mission chiefs.
Countries being visited by the
i Caribbean Command party a r e
rhii Arffentina: Uruguay, Para-
' guav, Braiil and Trinidad in ,the
British West-Indies. v
Vpmhpr of the Caribbean Com
mand staff on the tour, in addition
a Mnnlairiie. fere: CDt. G. F. Rlch-
ardson, USN assistant chief of staff
for intelligence (J-zn lu wi.
USAF. assistant: chief : of
' nlan In tha J-3 Division f. Cdr. W
H. Cark. USN. operation officer
a in the J-Dnrision, Lt-Col. J. H
Merriam; USA, assistant plans of of-;
; of-; firer tn the J-3 Division: Mai. E
W. Emerson. USA, aide tc the Com-.
' tnander in Chief; ant Lt. tr.
H.-Hoke, USN, aide to the Com-
minder in Chief. 7';
, In addition to the officers from
; Headquarters Caribbean Command
k. Lt. Col.- C; B. .McMath, Jr., 'USA,
Executive Officer in .the G-4 Divi Divi-S
S Divi-S aion of the U. S. Army Caribbean,
is a member of the 'official party
-Reduced Rail,; Bus 'li
Fares For Military
Extended To Summer
Reduced rail and bus fares for
military personnel 6a leave or
pass have been extended to the
, .- middle ot uu year.; ;
. The' taX-eiempt round-trip rates
will be in effect on Stateside raft raft-roads
roads raft-roads until June 3C, bus lines until
July 31, 1957. according U a sew
i Army circular v, : '.t. '...
The transportation line regula-.-
uona and the law authorizing tax tax-free
free tax-free tickets requir that members
of the armed forces and service
academy cadets must be traveling
in uniform at their owa expense.
In addition, foreign students at
U.S. military installations art!
authorized .the, low Xare providing
they pay the federal trans port a-i
THE CITY OF THE
1 O N A L A I WAY
conomic aid to Saudi Arabia. An vitwtha retolts of tha lowtr-lavl-arms
agreement would end a long-, al ntgotiations. ;
standing U.S. policy against prov- Mr. Elsenhower nlannoil in loav
Wing major mmtary aid to Mlddlehe capital by plana this morning
- Amtnicait and Saudi. Arabian
effjciaB will work on the nc-
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VIENNA.' Feb. 2 U PY The
Austrian government has expelled
the Communist-operated "W or 1 d
Peace Council, it was officially an announced
nounced announced today. :.
An announcement nf tha Inc.
trian Ministrv"oy interior" l Ta
Secretariat of the World Peace
Council, which' had its permanent
seat in the Austrian capital, has
been expelled from Austria and
ordered to end its activities' imme immediately,
diately, immediately, v
The announcement said that the
organization had to be banned be-!
cause of the. "one sided n a til re ofipanied-on his flight from Wash Wash-its
its Wash-its publication on world affairs is- lngton by Secretary of Defense
sued in. Austria.? pi jand Mrs. Charles E. Wibon.
.THE -BELLtS OF INDIANA" arrived at Albrook Field yester yesterday
day yesterday to begin a week's tour of post theaters throughout the
Canal Zone. The troupe, one of the most popular to ever ap appear
pear appear in the Canal Zone, is made up ot University of Indiana
coeds. Above are several of the pretty performers. They are
(bottom to topi Jen and Jane Knoerzer, Jane Barker, Cyn-
tnia rinoiey, wary J Muteave,
Margaret Silver. The "Belles"
Show last year, and several members of the present group are
in tne canal zone (or
j . (NEA Teleohoto)
xor a goujng weeKena at Augusta,
ua. ue .planned to return tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon.
Saud headed this morning for a
one-day tour of the U.S. Naval Aca Aca-demykat
demykat Aca-demykat nearby Annapolis, Md. He
was sheauied to address the mid'
shipment and attend the Navy Navy-Duke
Duke Navy-Duke basketball game.
! He planned to return tn the ca
pital tpnight and remain through
out 'next weeK instead of crointr tn
White Sulphur Springs, WT. Va., for
a lew aava rest as orieinal v sched
Rciriy: Golf Seen
For Ike. However
; AUGUSTA, Qa., Feb. 2 (UP)
President Eisenhower came
south for a two-day golfing 'hol 'holiday
iday 'holiday today and ran into rainstorms-
with the temperature
considerably lower than ltswas
in Washington. 1
' Mr. Eisenhower was un undaunted
daunted undaunted by the foul weather,
however, ; and hoped to play
during the afternoon at the
Augusta National Golf Club.
Mr. Eisenhower, who landed
here at 10:26 a.m.. was acdom
Joan Flper, Barbara Price and
a roe a red herein a similar
Uie stcond ,ime.
(U.S. Army Phete)
let the people knew the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R, P., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY t, 1957
Airliner Crash is Mystery,
But Board Probe is Ordered
NEW YORK. Feb. 2 (UP)
four-engined Northeast airll n e r,
packed with 94 passengers bound
for the sunny south, crashed and
burned last night in a blinding
v Twenty were killed and ?2 injur
Tha causa of tha crash! was a
The Douglas DC6A war headed
for Miami when it pancaked onto
Riker's Island, a city prison in the
East River, which is a short hop
over water from La Guardia Air
port. The plane left there at 6:01
p.m. it crasned seconds later.
" The Civil -Aeronautics Board Im Immediately
mediately Immediately ordered an investigation
into the crash. n
All five, crew members and 1 a
stewardess making a test run sur
vived. The mlot was Capt. Alva
V. Marsh, who was suspended by
the airline for 21 days following a
crash in the East River n Jan. 14,
Army Sales Stores
In Selling Hours
The Army commissary saiesi
stores at Corozal, Fort KODDeTne luck - thi5i;
anl fort Gulick have- announced
changes 4n operating nours wmcn
became ettective aoaay,
The oew hours K.and chanses
which hve been made are as w
lows;, i r j(
Corozal will now be open from
10 a.m.' to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to
5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Friday, and from 10" a. m
to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. The Coro
zal commissary will be closed al
The only change from the old
schedule in the Fort Kobbe com
miasary hours, is that it will be
open at 9:30 a.m. instead of 10:39
a.m. and at 1 p.m. instead of 1:30
p.m. onv.Monday, Tuesday, murs murs-day
day murs-day and Friday. The commisstiry
win still be closed on Wednesday
afternoon and all day Saturday.
The Fort Gulick commissary
will now onen at 9:30 a.m. instead
cf 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. instead of
1:30 p.m. on Monday, Tcesday,
Thursday and Friday. The nodiv
and evening closing times remaw
unchanged. The commissary will
be open from 8 a.m. to 12 noon on
Saturday. The ort Cuiicx com commissary
missary commissary will be closed all day
Group Health Agent
For Corning Week j
The schedule of visits by the
agent of Mutual of Omaha to Pa
nama Canal installations during
the coming week has been an
These visits are being made
throughout the Canal Zone to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint employes with the group
health insurance plan now being
offered. The agent, Andrew M.
Wright, will be on the Pacific side
Tuesday and Friday, on the At
lantic side Wednesday, and in
The locations and time sched
ule follows: i
Tuesday .February 5 (Pacific
side) S OO a.m. Pacific Locks
Miraflores.. Pedro Miguel.
1:00 p.m. 'Maintenance Division
Field Office Bldg. 8
3:00 p.m. 'Electrical Field bf-l
fire. Roosevelt Avenue
Wednesday February 6 (At
lantic side). .
:0Q a.m. Gatun Service Center.
1:30 a.m. Locker Room on the
Gatun Locks. t
1:00 p.m. Industrial Division,
Mt, Hope. .,
C:30 p.m. Margarita Service
Thursday February T (Gam-
boa J. i i
1:00 a.m. Dredging Division
230 p m. Commissary Division. I
5:00 p.m. Santa Cru Service
Fridaj Februarr. S (Paeific
f W a m. Balboa Serarice Center
11 :0f a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Balboa
3i am. Mess Room, Gorgas
Hoso'tal. ; .
- 4:ne p m. Mess Room, Gorgas
iHB Vg DAILY
A congressional investigation in.
to the crash was demanded by vate prosecutors tor ine iriai ot
Rep. Steven B. Derounian (R-N.Y.)two fMt-"2M,l,
who said he wanted to know whyl68810""01"81?"1' j0.A j0.A-th
th j0.A-th tirn w. ,.ia.j ; i Remon.' Issued a statement to-
blinding snowstorm after severally denying published reports
hours of delay."
Derounian iSaid that the travel traveling
ing traveling public, must be assured that the
airlines "are not loading their plan plan-es
es plan-es to get. the last two cents out of
a plane load and in bad weather
to boot." i
The Northeast airliner, a convert converted
ed converted cargo plane leased from the
Flying Tiger Line, crashed after
taking off from La Guardia airport
at 6:01 p.mi Friday. It was en
route to Miami.
The plane never seemed to gain
altitude, witnesses reported.
It crumpled in flames on Riker's
Island near the end of La Guardia
runway No. 4. Riker's is nneraterf
by the city as a prison for minor
The plane narrowly missed the
city prison which houses 3,000 In Inmates.
mates. Inmates. It careened onto an open
ies, cracKea in tne middle and
About 40 of the prisoners who
Were .working in the administra-
uuu ouiming and on a snow-removal
detail helDed In recriia wnrlr
Some of the convicts carrried the
injured in their arms to the Rik.
er's Island hospital:
Cfttn a piAa;H. Jl. j I-. At. tm
i uuiue v iiai 1 1 1 m i f n in ina rinmAB
others wert klllp.
lucky ones sot nut thMunti
the broken fuselage, emergency
uuw ana uirougn anatterea wind
ows, i- : v ..
. "W fiad-furt' gotthe.!safciv
belts on and the plana was stilJ-i
cnmMngfc- stewardess v Catherine
Vlrchow,, 26, of Boston, said. "Then
fire and everything at once occur-
reu. i oon t Know If lt was. an ex
Nertheait had begun lt serv serv-to
to serv-to Florida only 25 dava
ihe DC6A it rented from Flying
Tiger was a converted cargo plane
ijrpe usea 10 oring refugees
and Army personnel from Europe
aim cm carry as many as 104 pas passengers
sengers passengers and crew. ;
Crash In Flames
Off French Coast
SAINT LO. France. Feb 2 rTTPl
TTlw- iS l S" Af For. B-29p.m
f'-hbs carrying, a toiai or mat was tne omciai release
19 crewmen crashed in flames 15'time.
miles sourtheast of here
Initial reports said that at least
six Americans were known dead,
11 more presumed dead, and two
The two injured were reported
to have parachuted to safety as
the two planes blazed to earth..
- (U.S. Third Air Force headauar.
tors in London reported six dead.
eignt known Injured and five men
unaccounted for.) ...
The aircraft either collided in
midair or one or both apparent apparently
ly apparently exploded.
The two planes were part of a
flight of three flying tankers that
left the U.S. Third Air Force Base
at Schulthorpc, in Norfolk, Eng England,
land, England, at 8 a.m. on a "round-robin"
flight scheduled to end in England.
(One of the planes .return to its
British base and its .pilot reported
seeing "an explosidn in the air."
Near the French channel coast.)
French police reported the: crash
t 12:30. ?v;
'HIT BJ FLOOD WATERS Automobile and homes In Norton, Va., are isolated after flood
waters hit the town. TWo ner.vina were rermrteit drowned, fir others misslna-. and thousands
of families left homeless in the
alnia and Kentucky. ..
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Dr. Jose N. Lasso de la Vega
and Lula Carlos Abrahams, pri-
they are trying to delay the trial
They aaid they were wining to
withdraw tame of the inveitiga inveitiga-tiom
tiom inveitiga-tiom they have requested if the de detente
tente detente will de the same.
Lasso de la Vega and Abra Abrahams
hams Abrahams said they were sure that if
the slow and laborious process
of investigation of clues was
speeded un and if the defense
stopped employing dilatory tac
tics the trial would taite jnace in
a relatively short time.
The two men have been hired
to prosecute alleged slayer Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Miro and alleged conspira conspirator
tor conspirator Rodolfq St. Malo,
, o ''
Official sources reported yes yesterday
terday yesterday that $4,229,000 were col collected
lected collected lor taxes by the Panama
government during the month of
A notice; lilted at "Warning Me.
10 to person and entitle (ubjtct
to income tax in Panama who work
and operate in the Canal Zone,",
wai pub Mined today by Maximo A.
Luaua Jr.. chief of the tax office
for Zona employe. ''
The warning said : "The term
to file the definite income tax
return of 1956 will surpass on
This was lnterrjreted as mean
ing that March 15 Is the deadline
for. filing income tax returns by
taxable Individuals or groups
worKing pr operating pn xne va
nal Zone,,",, , 7,'.
1" JK.v' ii'o fLt'f f f
A total ef 4647 Panama school
children were givefll Salk tQlio
inoculations at the end tif three
weeks of vaccinations among
kindergarten, .first, and second
grade students. V,,
Yankee. Five Others
Booted from jiiingary
For Daring Escapades
BUDAPEST. Feb. 2 fUPl The
Hungarian government today ex expelled
pelled expelled American Dick Roraback
and five other western students ar arrested
rested arrested in the course of daring es-
caoaaes in communist Hungary.
The police motorcade carrvinc
tne students left
tall in Hma ffl Mtufl thn Imm P...
tain fmntipr with Aii.tri. i
To reach the frontier, the
students and their escorts had to
drive a hundred miles -through
snow and ice, with thick gray fog
over Budapest strictly limiting
U. S., British and Norwegian
diplomats drove ahead from Buda
pest to meet them at Hegyesha Hegyesha-lom,
lom, Hegyesha-lom, the Hungarian border village.
Lady are Here
Sir Anthony Eden. Britain's
former prime M'nlster.t and
Lady Eden were among the
passengers on the "Rangita "Rangita-Xa,"
Xa," "Rangita-Xa," which docked in Balboa
early this afternoon.
The Edens are ti. route to
New Zealand on a holiday
trip. x -.
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waka of raging floods that swept
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K. CAtJADIAIJ WHISKY 7 JJj-r j
KNOXVILLE, Reb. 2
rampaged through nine Southern states. kilJina 15 Dtr-
sons, causing damage in the billions and leaving thou thousands
sands thousands homeless ebbed today in the face of clear skfej
and a vast man-made barrier against uncontrolled wa waters.
ters. waters. ",
Rains that sent muddy rivers spilling over their
banks in the Appalachians and started swollen headwa
ters menacingly southward
ea area ana rne raging waters were systematically divert diverted
ed diverted into non-danger areas by the Tennessee Valley Au Authority.
thority. Authority. V
Disaster teams rushed into the silt-covered areasi'f
Kentucky, West Virginia and Virginia where the watirj
dealt the cruelest blows, but further south in Tennesste,
flood control experts worked to avoid more suffering and
property damage. "f'
Dams in the vast TVA system,
built years ago to minimize
flood damage In the valley anill-
way successfully diverted the.
waters from swollen rivers into
tributaries, ana lakes. wltu at
mininium ef fjoodmgv';,''!1'!:
'Xa- the 'Hood water tacked
. fcway from the devastation
farther north, it appeared
that Kentucky was hardest
hit. Kentucky Gov. A. B.
Chandler estimated damage
at $1,000,000,000 and said as
many a8 10,000 families were
. left temporarily homeless by
the high waters.
Chandler ordered nati 0 n a 1
guardsmen into Floyd County to
prevent looting in the valley
towns. stricken, by. the. floods
and he asked the Civil Defense
Administration for $500,000 to
use in t clean-UD campaign 111
the mud-covered communities.
Meanwhile, the Army an
riounced that all cities cut off
by the high waters had received
emergency supplies and teams
of relief workers, doctors and
nurses rushed to the stricken a-
I 4 1 4 ,e kui.am. ..... ArxA
u k- u-..v.
tucky counted seven fatalities,
west Virginia and Virginia three
Laph nrt one death was reDort-
led in Alabama and another in
The weatherman promised
at least temporary relief. The
forecast for today was for
clear skies and no rain over
the f leaded .area wit" the
front moving across southern
arolina, Georgia, Alabama and
However, there was a threat
of more rain in the stricken a a-reas
reas a-reas late Saturday night or
Sunday and it was feared That
more rain might spill the migh mighty
ty mighty Ohio river from its banks and
cause still more flood damage.
Man probably realized one of
his greatest victories against
floods in the immediate Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Valley Area. The TVA
was credited with avertine a
major disaster in Tennessee.
Alabama and Georgia
S i'.. ; (NEA Telenhoto)
through Virginia, West Vir-
ceased over most of the flood-
headwaters ,to the north and
kept the flow of water at a con controlled
trolled controlled .leyeL to the. south. :
Talking Thing Oyer ?
MIAMI BEACH''' F.K 9 YTni
Fears of a snlit in tha n.m nev
oid united labor' movement dwin dwindled
dled dwindled today after first week -of tha
AFL-CIO executive council's mid mid-winter
winter mid-winter conference here. i
AFL-CIO President 'ttnrff. M.al
ny still had not announced anv
progress in his efforts to work out
a peaceful formula for settling the
hot jurisdictional disputes between
the Industrial Union Department
(IUD) and the Building Trades
Department, the two major divi divisions
sions divisions in the makeup of the AFL AFL-CIO.
CIO. AFL-CIO. r
But he rdet throughout the week
with representatives of both fae.
Hons and planned more informal
meetings over the weekend, v
Today, the union leader ejult
the conference table and wr
flown in helicopters to an aircraft
carrier offshore for a luncheon.
They planned to relax over.-tha
weekend before winding up th
conferences Monday and TUes.
Flies To Moscow
On Urgent CaseTj
BONN, Germany, Feb. 2 (TJ1)
A prominent Cologne specialist
in internal diseases, PnLtjpr.
Hans-Joachim Schulten, flwita -Moscow
yesterday to treat "amrr.
gent case," it was disclosed today.
i .Tuuiu in. uw.iri rwrciKa aaima
t n n-i ck ti T .
ici iuuui oiiciiqt woo is saia X0
be seriously ill. This was jaot eoa
The Panama Can Cmany'
will Mr an additional 1M dk.
handa fee- werfc en tranaittnf
anips, according t m neunced
Friday by the Marine Direct
and FartataaJ Director. The a)ck
Hands will s diviatod avany aw
twn bctH sides ef the Isthmv
S far Balbee and (5 fa Crista-'
bal. . : :
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Prefafence In mpkynMnt wil)
be fivan te Mmm whe received
raduotii iat (arc in Decemkar.
Applicants sKaatid repart, H
thwr elif hWiry cards, IK Cee-.
tral Laber Officav eWUdtng
en ft Avvthm to lalb,
and at tne Criatakal Labae Op Optica
tica Optica ea It Avamue in tri
Hfcal, b inftinj Menday aaerrv
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! G.I.s ON THE ISTHMUS
I'm glad someone sees my point of view on this subject.
J It is not a new battle, we are fitting by no means. It
hks been going on for years.
To the only one who seems to voice my opinion, 1 give a
v6te of thanks. I'm referring to Interested Teenager No. 2.
Although I have no brothers in the service, I want to express
njy opinion. F
.! Maybe It is a misunderstanding on both sides.
' I think that the parents are taking too steep a slant on
this subject. Maybe you should try to find out more about
these young men who have had to leave their homes to come
iato the service. Many of them when they get down here don t
kjww a single soul. Maybe that's whera they fall.
! I'll admit that there are many different things for -them
ti do in thei leisure hours but did you ever stop to think
that they might .like to meet some nir.e friendly families, and
thai way get in on some of theun they are missing by not
being In their own homes.
Vl think that O.I.8 are a lot nicer than some of the poor
excuses that run around Balboa.
A lot can be said and a lot can be written on this contro controversial
versial controversial subject.
If all parents felt like Interested Mother No. 2, the world
wouW, toe. In rrv state.
' My only hope Is that if I ever have a son and he either
ibiaa or gets drafted, that he won't fret treated with the cold
shoulder like the young men down here do.
I HOSPITALIZATION RIGHTS
Wr (l ...
' I am a local rate employe living ai home with my mother
arid father. At home I am the only one working, so they de depend
pend depend on me to support them,
' Thank God I am able to take care of them. What I can't
understand Is why I am forced by the Tanama Canal Company
t slsm a paper stating I have no deoendents. If my mother
lSisick why can't, she be admitted to Gorgas Hospital?
! If she can't depend on me her child, who must she turn
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W art pletvsed to inform our clientele and the
public in general, that. effective January 31st,
1957, we' are moving to our new office building
Corner of 32nd Street and Ave,nida Balboa
(near British and American Embassies).
MAX R. STEMPEL & SOU!, LTD.
Tels. 3-0368 3-0437 3-0319
Claim Beat. 3-0456
By VICTOR RIESEL
Wherever he Is I beeseech R R-dulph
dulph R-dulph Valentino to forgive me thi
rude piece about a big-time sheik.
But it isn't Valentino's kind of
sheik anyway. This is an astig astigmatic
matic astigmatic Arab one of the few r e e-maining
maining e-maining employed king s who
goes dashing about the sands in an
air-conditioned car instead of an
I rafar ta a butchering Bedeuin
by the name of King Ibn Ssud.
Last you think ma unkind ta this
sand-dune dictator, lat ma has
tan ta report what I discovered
were soma of his laws whan I
was in the Near East not tea
long aga. I was, of course, es especially
pecially especially interested in his labor
laws and found that this mon monarch
arch monarch has seme quixotic tastes in
the righto of man.
It is illegal to strike in the land
of this fellow's desert song. There
isn't even a cooling-off period un
der the hot sun of the land of Ar-
aby. Strike and, you die. Quick
Recently some oil workers
struck. Not for more money. They
objected to the importation of for foreign
eign foreign labor for which you can read
African Negroes, manacled t o o-gethcr
gethcr o-gethcr in bands of 100 and driven
from the African interior in trucks
which, Dave Beck might like to
know, were handled by survivors
of Rommel's Nazi Afrika Corps.
News of. the strike brought a
sparkle to King Ibn Saud's eyes
which matched the jewels in the
hilt of the sword he once gave for former
mer former President Truman as a gift
and the glitter of dress at official
receptions to him during his cur current
rent current stay. I
Soma 500 strikers ware round- I
ad up tin chains. Of these, 10
ware brutally picked at random.
At the gesture af an amir, a de desert
sert desert prince, the strikers ware
pushed into nests af scerpians.
They ware poisoned. They died
horribly, etching the sands with
marks of their death struggles.
Soma ware burned ar tortured.
Others had their nails tern aut.
Tha rest were jailed.
The law of the land of Arabv
the Older You GettFfe Tougher It-Is to Lose Weighty
Da Ole Suthern Writin'
I am not in the slightest con concerned
cerned concerned with the moral implications
of such as the much-d i s p u t e d
"Baby Doll' and similar works by
Master Tennessee Williams. I do
not denounce the slack-lipped im-
mA.nlll.. 11 ,Via TTrclrina PnlH.
it j Ullt V yj AAA Mil; Ul J."' v-"
says mai any aiscussion by three wel, Ccounts of low life in the
'57 Model with built-in
ZEISS LENS F 2.8 or F. 3.5
Speed 11000 of second
LE1TZ end ZEISS BINOCULARS
HASSELBLAD BELL & HOWELL
HS CettnJ Ateaw
Hottl "EL PANAMA"
workers is a plot to strike and. ns
such, is punishable by jail terms
ranging from a week to 3 years.
A long prison term means you
don't have to be pushed into a
net of scorpions. They find you.
All this by special decree of our
special guest from the land of the
After having run into some of the
emirs who enforce the royal de decree,
cree, decree, I thought they were just bur bur-noosedi
noosedi bur-noosedi sportln bloods who wan.
det-ed around thegambling casinos
ux jL.5i.uru ana Monaco, iney re
bloody sports, all right. It is they
who have the power back home in
King Saud's land to sell strikers,
into slavery and pocket the money
they then throw on the dice and
These emirs have the power power-handed
handed power-handed down by the divine hand of
Ibn saud to force oil companies to
fire strikers. The strikers in turn,
are then exiled by the emirs into
slavery, or into nearby lands for
as long as the emir decides.
No medieval tale is this, nor the
wnimsev of a newsman wh-e
loathes slavery whether it. u nn
the cobbled streets of Budapest or
the sands of Arabia. There is a
confirming record of all this in the
mes oi me international Labor Or Organization
ganization Organization in Geneva snrf an in.
quiry to the world crusading Dave
morse, ijlu director, will bring you
Fact is that on Dec. 10 of this
past year, J. H. OWenbroek, gen general
eral general secretary of the International
South. You can have William Falk Falk-ner
ner Falk-ner if you can read him, which I
The sermon for today Is that
ana ef these days, when I get ta
be a big bov, I am going to
write a book about tha South
which is not littered with clay clay-eaters,
eaters, clay-eaters, lint-headed mill hands,
idiots, rutting, itinerant preach preachers,
ers, preachers, juvenile delinquents' m a a-rens,
rens, a-rens, slattern, cripples, freaks,
and other, .characters wha don't
wash, live eff sardines and soft j
drinks, hang around bus. sta stations,
tions, stations, and breed merrily within
I sot stuck with a paperback the
other day (and I shall not plug it
by name) which boasted that it
contained writing as reausuc as
"Tobacco Road,'1 an old Caldwell
clay-eater. So It did, and it con
tained all the ingredients oi tne
nrecedina paragraph. It also con
tained most of the ingredients of
Tennessee Williams. Falkner, and
the other Southern discomforts.
It is possible that some of these
neonle were born and raised in
slovenly squalor and It rubbed off
Bv BOB RUARK
on them to a point of unforget-
tableness. For this they deserve
sympathy, but the by-p r o d u c t
should be clinical ratner man lit
It is possible to grow up in the
South without a full chorus of
nymphomaniacs, drunkards, Ne-gre-lynchers,
camp meetings, hookworm, albi albinos,
nos, albinos, dirty hermits, old mad wo women,
men, women, and idiot relatives to form
your early impressions. But the
literary output of tha last 25
year weuldn't have it so.
The Southern school of rotten
writin' bas become as much a cli cliche
che cliche as the private 'detective com com-nost
nost com-nost hean. You know t h e "I
mashed my mouth on hers, until I
could taste the teeth and then J
shot her in the belly sort of writ
ing. I suppose the customers like
it, as they must like the houn dog
under the decayed porch, dirty dirty-overalls
overalls dirty-overalls brand of Southern, stuff.
Else people wouldn't keep jub-
Having, been born and raised h
the vicinitv of Wilmington. N.l,
Massa Boss isn't necessarily a
Jeter Lester. As a matter of fact,
I participated in very few lynch lynch-ings
ings lynch-ings as a child, and never did en
joy eatin -tobacco.
My years around Louisiana and
Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee,
North 'and South Carolina have
yielded a minimum of what they
call "Southern realism." i can una
more sDareribs in Harlem, more
chitterlings and cornpone. I can
find moie creaky attics with dirty
people in Greenwich Village than
in new ui leans.
And certainly yau can find bat batter
ter batter writing anywhere than tha
roughage produced by tha Suth Suth-ron
ron Suth-ron boys who got to write dat
eld mexkinbird Mlrtflln halleluiah
in da' mortgaged magnolia wh11
Dude 'bounces his ball off d a
shanty-side end Pa marries all
his ararddaughters. ':'...
Possibly we live real low-down
in the South, from a steady diet
of rat cheese, gingersnaps and
corn whisky; maybe -we all hate
PaDDa and love Momma, or the
WASHINGTON. Most guarded
documents on Capitol Hill are not
reports regarding American securi security
ty security but the expense accounts of U S.
Congressmen while traveling a a-broatt.
broatt. a-broatt. This column, however, has
now .gained access .to some of
these top-secrer vouchers, v v
Oniy reason fee -the secrecy
is to cenceal frem tha public haw
much money Congressional tour tourists
ists tourists blew en extravagances. The
public hat a right ta know, haw haw-aver,
aver, haw-aver, hew their legislators spend
the taxpayers' .money, especially
tha fact that an all-time spending
record was probably set by Sen
ators Chaves af New Mexico, Me Me-Clellan
Clellan Me-Clellan vf Arkansas, Stennis af
Mississippi, and Saltonstall af
Massachusetts, wha made a lav lavish
ish lavish taur through European and
Mediterranean countries In lata
WS. ; .
This column has tried for a year
tu find out how much this de luxe
trip cost the taxpayers. Now the
extravagant facts can be told.
McCieilan and Stenms took a
long their wives.1 Chavez brought
his son, Dennis Jr.: personal phys
dan, Dr. William Lovelace of Al Albuquerque;
buquerque; Albuquerque; lawyer, A. T. Hannet
ana Mrs. Hannet; secretary.
r ranees Ortiz; and assorted at
penses hotel, rental of private aot
tomobiles. dollar equivalent $928.-
" DUBLIhl VVAS CHEAP
Cheapest side trip was made to
Dublin for only, $a36,93. -Yet tha
Senators didn't exactly economize. -For
example, they ran. up a 4140 ''
bill, in Dublinx.with Cyril McCor-"
mack and Co.. Ltd., for use of three
Austin princess, limousines, three
Humber Pullman limousines "and
three Dodge sedans. ', y,
The big bills were paid by the
State Department representative
out of counterpart funds locar cur currency
rency currency paid 'for American aid. Rut
me senators also drew generous
amounts of the taxpayers' money
for their ''personal expenses;?
In Paris, Saltonstall draw S453
ta cover his aut-of-pockat ex expanses.
panses. expanses. In Rama, Chaves teak
$54.0, Stannls S3ol.rMeClal.
Ian $150.31, and Seltenstall S23S. S23S.-57.
57. S23S.-57. in Londpp, McClallan drew '.
S244.0I. Chaves $113.11. Stennls
$117.01, and Saltonstall $7.70.
Biggest spender was not a Sen-
ator, however, but Chavez' nlavbov
son, Dennis Jr. He signed vouchers
I sistants, Charles Davis, Walter Stc for over $3,000 worth of Spanish
wan., uiona xiuuana, ana Mr. ana
Mrs. Harold Merrick.
They traveled on government
planes and ships, sc the transporta
tion costs .can only be estimated.
In Spain, Senators McCieilan and
Stennis decided to go home eariy
and demanded a special Air Force
plare. Because of the split party,
the Air Force sent two emptjf
planes all the way across the At
lantic to pick them up at an esti estimated
mated estimated cost of $20,000. When his
got into the papers, McCieilan
nastily arranged commercial trans
portation for his wife, and both
senators demanded an apology
from the Defense Department for
M BOXES OF KLEENEX
The Senatorial party spent a
whopping $37,810.11 for hotels,
night clubs, excursions, souvenirs,
and the like. They claimed only
$1,093 of this was personal; the re remaining
maining remaining $36 717.11 was paid by the
taxpayers as "official."
Mast at their "official" ex expenses
penses expenses were .run up in Paris,
Rama and Madrid. They spent
$11,004.55 in Spain, $S,33.M in
Italy, arid $,0t2.M m France.
Next highest bill was1 charged uo
in England far $4,74.80. Yet thay
i7-i no more
im wyw o,uw.wonn oi apanisn
pesetas 'in Madrid, part of which
was speiit in night clubs.
There is no breakdown on his
spending in other countries, though
a note .from Marceile Lecomte of
the American Embassy ip Paris
states; "I am -still keeping other
blank receipts as I have -not com completely
pletely completely settled all the bills incurred t
by Dennis Chavez Jr.; and others."''
Yet young Chavez was not evirt
on the Senate payroll until he wai.
hastily appointed to the Appropria-'
tions Committee staff in Europe"'
nd authorized by his father to'
draw, spending money. .
At the end of this free-spending
trip, J. E. Hargrove, Administra.
tive Officer in the Jordan Erabas-:
sy, wrote a sympathetic note to
Ed Wilber, who herded the party
around Europe and th,e Middle
, J'1 sure,'? wrote Hargrove,'
"that you are always glad when
these jaunts are wer, for I would
imagine that they will try the pa patience
tience patience of anyone having to look look-after
after look-after all of the needs of the official
and unoficial group." fii
. Sen Frank Laukhe, the bushy:
Bia, who, like Lausche, had been
far $4,74.B0. Yet trier nlrea democrat from Ohio, ig
nara than a weak In,, worried that hemay be a flon,'as
fr "iSenator.'He has asked colleagues
-F-vynv why x Senator Duff'of Pennsyiva-
sN supposed to be in- who, like Lausche. had been
other way round: possibly we only
uMnm rnpn 7.e anv fictional nave one sauus to iteep we uemuis auioa in espies.
types which are not to be found in from .falling, oh. ;
Phii..inhia nr Hurtfnrri. Conn. Mavbe it's all true., but through
B-uarv hamlet ha its idiot, its dc- mv mouthful of snuff I will de-
i... .h..t.n its siaitern lti'claim that I am damn well sick
inn...mAr.iew liivenile and tired of reading about it. Yon all expenses Up to date includine
,,.. ,- ...L!.l tl ... ...
But all the South isn t decadent; Doys go pica on me xonneen wi ram ui vemcies, wnisxey, luee-
They wereN supposed to
specting military installations. Bet very popular Governor, made such
their expense vouchers didn't sound Poor showing as, S e n tor.,
very military, xnsieaa, tne voucn voucn-erg
erg voucn-erg from Italy, for example, listed
taxis on the Isle of Capri, cock cocktails
tails cocktails at Piazza, Blue Grotto excur excursion,
sion, excursion, trip to Pompeii, rental of
A note to the State Denartment
from John G. Bacon, Embassy at-
tacne m noroe, reported: "I paid
all the houses aren't falling down.
Everybody who Isn't called Colonel
a wnue ana give
us Crackers a
Walter Winchell In New York
THINGS I NEVER KNEW
a iiauc J It".
mons. protested asainst thin hm.l That Mid-New York staters, wno
tality to King Ibn Saud, through complained when the temperature
the International Labor Organiza
There was na reply. Death and
torture still are tha penalty ia
tha King's slave jtate far these
who cry for bread ar fobs. A A-marican
marican A-marican businessman wha have
veiced their apinians ta same af
King's court have beea told ta
mind their awn business.
Thus, leaders of the AFL-CIO a a-cross
cross a-cross the country, and in their high
command session ia Miami Beark
are understandably angered by the
reception to Hit King of Saudi A-
rania where the U.S. Army can cannot
not cannot station a Jewish lad and where
a Catholic chaplain cannot say
The labor leaders will say this
week that they cannot sea how
clasping the hand of one slave
master can help whip the working
people of the world iota a fight on
outer slave states.
fell to 55 below, didn't realize how
good they had it. The coldest place
on earth is Verkoyansk,' Sioeria,
where the daily temperature is in invariably
variably invariably 75 beiow ... That the Eng
land town named Wincneisea tno
relation) hirea a man to watcn tor
pirates. Ha gets $3.1$ a year (tax
f-ee ... The Persian way of say
ing "Gooa-bye" Is "By tne ursce
of Allah, may your nose growj
fat" ... Benjamui Franklin, wnj
preached thrift, advocated Day Daylight
light Daylight Saving Time as a means tf
saving money on canaiea ... m
moist lips harbor more bacteria
than dry ones. A ten second kiss
will transfer twice as many germs
two second kus ... mmku
have 9.1 percent. Watermelons
4.7 ... The Indians raised pop popcorn
corn popcorn and popped it long before
Cclumbus discovered America...
la Kashmir tha brida stays a a-way
way a-way frem her awn wedding. She
sands a carnal ta represent her...
That catfish, in tha Nile swim up upside
side upside down... Tha official name ef
Rhode Island Is "Tha State af
Rhode Island and Providence
Plantations" -... An antique, ta
bo genuine, must be at least 119
years of age... Mary, Quean af
Scots, wa tha first bride to wear
a white wedding frock. Before
Mary introduced it, brides ware
cerise.... The only city in the U.
S. A. with an apostrephe in its
name is Ceue.- D'Alene... In Idaho.
The first Governor of New York
Edward 7Iyde (Lord Cornbury)
A voucher from London listed
Navy wine, Embassy wine, Dor
chester Hotel reception, H. J. A A-dams
dams A-dams theater tickets, and Daimler
Hire of Cars. At the bottom this
note was added: "Items for which
no receipts obtainable included 60
boxes of Kleenex, two cartons ci
garettes, Wedgwood china, tipsk"
' For one day in Edinburgh, Scot
Lausche Also ..went .to Senator
Pastore of Rhode Island, another
ex-Governor, for advice. Pastore
recommended that he forget Jie
oaa Deen; governor, Keep hi$ fing fingers
ers fingers out of Ohio state .-affairs, and
concentrate on being v a Senator...
Congressman Carl Vinson of Geo
gia read a Merry-Go-Round report
that freshman Congressmen don't
want to serve op his committee be because
cause because he's -too dictatorial. After
reading the story,1 Vinson told col colleagues
leagues colleagues that he now Intends ta show
other Congressmen how tough he
really can be .Senator Kerr of
Oklahoma plans to Introduce a
resolution to force Secretary of
the Treasury -Humphrey to 'use 10
per cent of the' tax receipts each
year to reduce thq, public debt.
preferred to dress as a woman on Una, a state Department cable re-
Manhattan Streets ... The average ported: "AIL expenses Chavez
man shrinks three-fourths of a i gruup in Edinburgh paid by Wilber I
inch in height from breakfast to (Edward B. Wilber, State Depart-i
Deatime...A itoyai uanaaiaa rooun-,ment representative accompanying
tie cannot marry unless ne nas.the Senators). Advances made to
served six years with a good rec record,
ord, record, has saved $1,200 and has per-'
mish from his commanding of officer
ficer officer ... That a wag has described
a camel as an animal that looks
like it was put together by a com committee.
That since 1840 every American
President elected in a year ending
in zero tnappens every 20 years)
died in office In 1840: William H.
Harrison; in 1860: Abe Lincoln; in
law: james A. Garfield: In 1900
Tkt atmAtaaf fit at 1 Vrln a a Mnfl.
turn sleWlVl KISS ... OUataVt. j A llaiv a ill vug viuuo wi wva . m - t
dee whh theT Vyti Topei T because; golia (because there aren't enougi Wiluam MeKinley; ia 1920: War
sleep wnn tneir eyes uirai mvmrv fifth mlrriM ren G. Hardin: in 1940: F. D
mev nave no eyeuu ... --- ,,-
'C u... fn moon, doormat ... TBree r residents sun- ";":'rJl- n eiecien.u
frL' laat'stltuted their csnter names for I960 ?) ...The divorce records, of
Texas aot its nima from an to-l their first names: Stephen Grover!Lf Angeles Superior Court show
i'ian exoression meaning 'friends' Cleveland, Tbomas Woodrow Wil- that three Umes as many couples
r"alue? That ever? letter in son and John Calvin CoNdge.-.h"1 wu b P those
th alnhahet ia in LDa sentence: i mov oo p. wi icnimc iur .T. r.,
Willi I1V. uulc.1 cis m j s .-- ... .
iger proposals wfthm six weeks af-)"!40 two weeas long... If you are
' ter they start and 72 p. e. wedlueri to ragweed men move to
Tha averaee American woman. before th first year... The mat "8wfed doesn't grew
ilia average w':!wk. ...-h u, u...... hn. n there and little or nn oiin h.
-. 1 . : nm Tfttinrt fn lh I ....
it i i t- i MmAiM. ia nmnrm w.b d.iucu jix I c.icn-i mwu
u upsuca ... i ,ZZ u.-i..Tt..iAceordina ta a MW4.wi
wholesale dresa bouse...Elephants r thea'erseat manufacturer,
. J "r w-. .lwhn t...aht Mr Murray how ti "ere and little
ia lipstick ... It U imposiioia w
sneeze with your orbs opeo...Yo!
can be fined $112 for using profani profanity
ty profanity nrr th nhona in Australia. R
u not iriinst the law ia N.Y.
use obsceaJty over the phone .-j
There's co English word that
rhymes with "cbUge" Even if
i j t. HmM the
speed of sound. It would take 100 -jcome from one female in a season,
mnrears toiTach the nearest sta-- (He must read-'ni books) ..
are left-handed. That's why their
to left tusk is shorter tnaa Ue-right
(Ther use it for aiggina ana root
ing). "Symposium" lit era II ly
means "a drw.amg pany ..jii
many as 160 billion mosquito can
the average seat spread ef a man
ia u in cues; a woman s is 20.
alcoholic has been defined as
who drinks betweet drinks.
... You use faee muscles to
inwn but only U U smile- If yoai
park Illegally ia Santiago (Chile)
k tk. .w.i vmir lie ease
t. ...i.rf tha law ia That siP:
u.xiM't ran aut of fas Thelbv Mohsmmedaas
real eame of Kapoleoa'a wife (Jo (Josephine)
sephine) (Josephine) was Marie-Joseph Ro
SWEET TOPPING TAIa
spring toque oy tna nrrprw
bia Mr. Joha of Maw York U
sweat as augar- And that's be- That Prtday tha aaJy day in
cause It actuaay ia made of MmW aftae a awaia.
apua augar straw. Be baant -j frrr: tha Saaan goddess of
eaid what happens to bis con- Muty That, according ta tne
lection If a raiartonn cocoes up. Dapt. af Agriculture, lemon
because it as
the nraduct of a worn... Horn
have the larreai eyes of all land
animals ..r The first night club.
That you are kidding yoursel if
yo wsix la get rid of tonnage.
You lose only one pound walking
-x mues am put n eacx oa anna
tog a glass of aqua. Before 6a-
mnei utmew adopted "Mark
Twain" as hii pea name, be brief briefly
ly briefly used the norn de plume Tim
isroey" ... u yoe want to get an
wee of tne sue ef aa atom R
take more thaa 3000 billio-bU-lioa
of them to make a ainsrle drop
haf water-t Law enforcement aa-
TSScner oe ia raierra...jv.."vm -Jl'".' 1 " j thorite ur UiilnMrf mm
Vixon's middleje is ""VOO,
madam eamei Luu ... Contrary ta
popular belief the morse code was
not inventer by Samuel Morse,
inventor of the telegraph, but by
a co-worker aamed Alfred Fail.
H. The beginning ef the end
Wbea ber mother answers the
phone and says "she )ut stepped
out". .That Inflation sneans ev ev-errthlnf
errthlnf ev-errthlnf is valuable except money.
him by D. O. London.' Known ex-
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INDEPKND1CNT1' PAIIY JJEWSPAPIH
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 2, 1957,
Alaskan Valley Still Seething
"THERE'S NO FUN
LIKE CARNIVAL FUN
Colon 11th St and Malendez Av Colon
44 Years After Huge Upheaval
s 77X PANAMA AMERICAN AN
-M v ill R f x v
as ;:i!ii5!5: -:;l$s:j --Mi-'- ssjs
BECAUSE THE ARMY ADOPTED tti&t 'SU
stioni; whicn'-wiH result ancialvW for the Army well ylnd
f tnn nment. mamte nance. uu u"". yr ccv- tu. Tn onH-
85l-eommptoyw 29?. &w AARCARIB Slen& Officer who made the presentations; Capt.
Lrwim- iiunfw, .. j DtDn v h fireman h ikk i. iivl n uvii v.
Henry -Smart, Signal Depot "Commander
Stanley Blackman and Thornton
n ,,'.-ft v '. : 1
(U.S. Army Photo)
-i hovics tv weoi I
ANCHORAGE (UP) There
is still : a volcanic menace m
Alaska's awesome, trembling Val Valley'
ley' Valley' of Tenv Thousand Smokes
more than 44 ye rs alter me area
Was shattered by one of the
world's greatest volcanic erup eruptions.
tions. eruptions. Louis Huber, independent film
producer, reported that he and
E. W. Seiler of King Salmon,
Alaska, flew into the strange val valley,
ley, valley, located about 100 miles west
of Kodiak',. and 4ound it still seeth seething
ing seething with subterranean activity.
Huber, of Seattle, told o!( land landing
ing landing in a cleared area In the valley
on a landing-strip just big enough
to accommodate Seiler's light
plane. ; -iv.v"','
The two men .alked from the
plane and inspected the area for
several miles around.
Huber told of seething fumer fumer-oles
oles fumer-oles pock-marking the desolate
moon-like terrain where Mt. .Kat .Kat-mai
mai .Kat-mai exploded in a gigantic vol
canic upheaval in June, 1912. A
crater three .miles in diameter
was created and about five miles
of ash and debris littered over an
area of several hundred square
miles. 'The va'ley near Katmai
was turned into the nation's
northernmost desert a barren,
forbidding section laced with vol volcanic
canic volcanic fissures and dotted with
sulphury fumes, from hundreds
of tiny craters or fumeroles.
"We studied more than a dozen
Half-Tracks Hit Front Lines
To Facilitate News Coverage
rtiVMps e nnfFY (second from left) an Instructor.' in radio operations in the Com-
SFC CHARLES E. DU" l7.cn5 Caribbean &ht at Tort Gulick; is sworn in as. a-,..,
nici (rteAt).U.S. Army Carlbbex ,K
kcuuu. "c'Vr;n rT recently at JTort Gulick. DaXto'&takifajM,
ceremonies: M.rcenw yfi irST-, ,u"i7Aft "ihteh-itatk.".
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BLOOMSBURG, Pa. (UP)
Army surplus half-tracks have
gone into the front lines for local
news coverage in tnis quiet com communitypreviously,
munitypreviously, communitypreviously, known for
coeds and carpets.
The front lines for news cover coverage
age coverage may range from scholastic
football games and band parades
to floods, fires or other major dis
asters, because the rebuilt tracks
re owned Dy Harry l. Magee,
head of the Magee Carpet Co. and
owner of the Bloomsburg radio
station which bears his initials
i-HOLLYWOOD.- (NEA) Oh,
hnhv. what a storm.
Hurricane Baby. ,Doll beat Hur
ricane Audrey to the punch, and
even Texans nave cnangea weir
favorite line to: "I'd like to say
a few words about 'Baby Doll.' ''
Everybody's on tho "Baby
Doll band wagon since tho film
was condemned by tho Roman Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic Legion of Doconcy and la labeled
beled labeled by Time Magaiine's review reviewer
er reviewer as "possibly the dirtiest U. S. S.-made
made S.-made movie that has ver been
The indignant coast to coast
wrath ranges all the way from
A to Zatrocious to zoographical.
With "morall:- repellent, sordid,
degrading and corruptive" tossed
in along the way.
POLICE IN CHICAGO and St.
Paul have restricted the Tennes
see Williams tale of moral decay
in the south for "adults only,"
In jolly old England,, the equiva equivalent
lent equivalent there of the U.S. Legion of
Decency sees "no reason" why. a a-dult
dult a-dult Catholics should not see the
Even, the' movie's .producer, Et
U Kaianls Jjlushjng,. ; 5,
Elia may 'be .kidding, ,. though,
when be, says: "I'm sorry about
the fuss. Now. my .picture looks
like a sexy, dirty, sneaky film
And that is not what I had in
mind when I made it
Oscar may be blushing in a few
weeks.1 too. because Carool Bak
er, the star of "Baby Doll" "who
never got past the fourth grade
may win an Academy Award
for the best performance of thei
But those red faces on U. S.
theater exhibitors aren't blushes.
They're just straining at lifting
THE FILM is a smash hit and
could be the year's biggest money-maker.
There's nothing like
controversy, and the Kazan mo
vie about a 19-year-old southernrlec"tef samples of Pacific water to
white trash blonde stirring to" thes fill but an ocean-wide picture of
active fumeroles in the valley,"
Huber said. "Six or eight of these
had openings leading down to sub subterranean
terranean subterranean depths. Some of the
openings w e r e large enough to
throw a horse .own."
Fumeroles in the valley vary In
size from tiny cracks to craters
ISO feet wide. They issue jets of
scalding steam having tempera temperatures
tures temperatures up to 1,200 degrees F. hot
enough to melt zinc, or set ablaze
a stick held in the, jet of steam.
Huber said the valley 4s a "ter "terrible
rible "terrible place tor ... be caught in a
windstonr.i" -, ..
"Tho wfnrl.niplra tin ihL finm rtar.
tides of volcanie dust and
pumice, so sharp toat when blown
against the skin they can cut you
up pretty badly -v especially if
the wind has a high velocity.".
The entire valley is without veg
eUtion of any kind, and appears.
according to Huber, like the pic
tures many artists have -drawn
giving their conception of the
suriace of the moon.
The valley was set aside as the
Katmai National Monument in
September, 1917, by President
Woodrow Wilson because the en entire
tire entire area was and is considered a
stupendous volcanic laboratory
and scenic wonderland.
So difficult is the terrain in
many areas of the valley that
there are still sections that have
not been fully explored.
Thus far three luroliu half.
tracks have been elaborated r.
built with the most effective
equipment available for their
specific Tisase in this
home of Bloomsburg State Teach-
The first track was rehnlit
powerful fire engine capable of
gome anvwhpro at mr.....i..
high speed. The second is geared
V uumwiis or general utility
n.w luuKiiesi iprrnin Knth
can at all times for
service or in
In Pacific Ended
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' LAJOLLA Calif.,'' -UP
Japanese.t French-and American
. 1 i J ,L
eniM nave cumiMeieu a iuvnn-
long study of the radioactivity of
the waters! tne equatorial pa
cific, site ofAthe U.S. H-bomb
The director of the University of
California's Scripps Institution of
Oceanography, Roger Revelle,
said radioactivity measurements
are being studied in. Japan and
results should be available in a
The Japanese worked in the
area west oi tne marsnau is island?,
land?, island?, the region to which fission
products from the summer s 11 11-bomb
bomb 11-bomb tests are believed to be tar
ried by currents.
Bltips of the other nations. col-
demands of womanhood and re revolting
volting revolting at an unconsummated mar marriage
riage marriage is the hottest potato in 50
years of movie making.
the distribution of radioactivity in
the equatorial Pacific.
And it well may put Hollywood
behind the censorship eight ball
again. Not entirely because of
''Baby Doll" but because the film
was released at about the same
time Hollywood announced its new
and liberal revisions in the film
industry's Production Code.
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jr .,, rv n uail? rnmmaivpr of Airwavs antl Air Uflmmumiauuiu oci
WfGSr Sed vsteraf Vt ASWooTAra to Vwt AACS facilities operated by the 180.6th
'cf;S' ftIS Hale waigreetdtby. Col Edwin N. Ramage (lelt). Commander of Al Al--
- Al-- SbA? Col. Weil V ?BroadwaV 'right). Commander of the J806th AACS Group.
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SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. (UP)
An envelope containing an au
tographed photo from President
Eisenhower and 35 cents arrived
the morning of Sharon Jenson's
ninth birthday: The enclosed note
sain Mr. Eisenhower was sorry he
The revisions now permit ,wouidnt be able to attend aha-
treatment of formerly taboo iub-ron s spiasn party at a neamy
i.ct uch a narcotics addiction. 'swimming pool and he was re
iiiMi M.intiani. kidiuninc. turning her campaign contribu-
and racial inter mar-
Already the presidents of 15
PTA associations in Michigan are
reported "redoubling their efforts
as parents concerned about the
exploitation of sex and crime in
Lifting her eyebrows at the re revised
vised revised code, a Michigan PTA lead leader,
er, leader, Mrs. Mirk E. Goddard, told
a reporter from Variety:
"We consider this letting down
of bars a new threat to the morals
arming and a
tion. He suggested she donate it
to the local party headquarters
disaster civil dc-
Ideal For Sports
But the third, riuhhet th. "!
i is used r mar v fnr
WHLM sf new iitara
" f toira juoor level.
The Giriffe'a 1
ment, added to its mobility, boasts
a complete broadcasting unit with
us own generator, a triangular
aerial for transmkainn
vuwci iiiuiunzen fnr t Mnr.
inn u-t .r
... i ,t swings to any
fw.xuawu wiiii ifini ntirrnn onntmi
monitor sets beamed to the Penn-
yivania aiaie rolide and civil
uciense, pius its own two-way ra
dio connection with WHLM,
In news coverage trips into dls
- uirane carries
its own soup kitchen, refrigerated
food supplies, medical supplies
"u neuter unil.
mei neight of the Giraffe
vinuauy ruled out the need for
nme uaweys ftr scholastic
sports coverage because it towers
over me new and most stands.
Sea Explorer Unit
Trips through the canal in instruction
struction instruction in small hnat. hdnrfiln..
both sail and motor craft, train
ing in seamanship, social activ
ities and otner interesting pro programs
grams programs are belnsr scheduled by
me sea fcxplorer Group. 6hip
No. 8. Balboa.
Pacific side boys 14 years of
age or older who re interested
in sea scouting may contact thf
institutional r e p r e sentative,
Capt. Robert F. Boyd, by phon phoning;
ing; phoning; Balboa 4201.
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FIRST COUNT OF VOTES
Set tht Lovly Candidattt
LUPE VELEZ 'r-
Thera will b dancing DOWNSTAIRS
and the SALON PORTOBELLO
Coma dancVto th EXCITING RHYTHMS
of our FAMOUS ORCHESTRA
and cast your votes
For your Favorite Candidate
Remember you are all invited TONIGHT
A WORD TO
U.S. ARMY OFFICERS
The New Green and Blue Uniform we are
making for local, personnel and taken, by
them back to the States it producing for us
more orders from States' Personnel than
'vi ever Imagined possible.- :'v ':
Look In to Your requirements NOW Even If
you are not due to return to-tho States for
6rdering your Wools NOW you can fit pay
'terms stretched out over the number of
months you are still due to terminate;
up to twelve months.
IMPORTANT. Please Note that we hold,
Official Laboratory Report 1649vr8sued.
by U.S.Q.M. Philadelphia, Pa. Certifying
our Green Elastique, and furnished us thru
channels by Q.M. USARCARIB.
OUR GREEN and BLUES rr
UNCONDITIONALLY md UNEQUIVOCALLY
Air Force General Yisiting Command HerejS-SS?'
, .vi .r j . -'-jvt-k IS HOLLYWOOD
M. C.en. Dudlev t. Hale, Com-,
mander oi Airway. -end Air Com Com-munkatioos
munkatioos Com-munkatioos Service t (AACS) ar ar-viucwt
viucwt ar-viucwt Thurciiav in visit AACS faci
lities operated y the 1806th AACS
iAirway nd Air Communica Communications
tions Communications Serice operates worldwide
navigational -aids, flight facilities
nrl tflpt bmmiinications for the
arrival. v Hale
f-iliis naviffational AluS SIM
telecommunications -as an integral
nart of the United States Air
Force's operational capability and
at tuch. ther make a direct con
tribution to the combat effective-!
ness ef the United States Air
Forte. ; ' -
. -' ''. v.; v- -
- n this vast and nnl rea
iiatlfM, tWlTOith AACS wrmip
is a ar1nr'wrth thr AACS
unttt HrmmO K ulafcal ""
rittHKii and (ctrenica sys
Urn. Th lSMHi AACS Orup it
rasoensible .for an area which
includes all ef Central America,
the Caribbeas area te Bermuda
and South America to the South
, Pole. AACS porsonnel operate
the control towers, communica communication
tion communication conttrt, radia and radar
stations at ell United States Air
Air Fore ftSsot. . v
Elder Wilson Met
By Air Terminal
By Big Delegation
K The ISM" AACS Group consists
of three operational squadrons, the E,d Frn,,t t Wilson of Phi
...u,- - liripiDhla. arrived at Tornmpn air
stressed the Importance of fhgbtj&Quedrwu located at Albrook AFB.; thu'morning and was me by
tcanai com, lunoiey mb, cerau-,, HeleeaUon of officers from the
da, ana Key ai o, rueno nico, christian Mission of Panama and
respecuveiy. inp loona aquawron JMverii friends,
the 1896th AACS Eil Squadron, 4
Albroot AFB, instaus, and anam- 7 evangelist came la
tains the tqiripmert at the operat- from Barbados. vhere he recently
ing locavon. . concloded a successful campaign.
t iUiniir evancpliril rimoilzns on
Followwg his inspertioe of AACS his previous visits to Panama at-
litumer ai AtorooK a r u, tract M urge followings
Hale will nsrt toe -aus squad
rons at Ramey and Kindley Air
Force" Base accompanied by Col Colonel
onel Colonel Cecil V. Broadawav, Com Commander
mander Commander of the 1806ih AACS Group.
Elder Wilsoo la scheduled for a
preaching engagement in Jamaica
00 the next leg of. his flight home-,
ward. ' j 1
IS HOLLYWOOD headed for
movies "for adults only" in Hs
fight with TV competition?
The idea of films for adults on only,
ly, only, I can report, has been a hictt hictt-level
level hictt-level point of discussion in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood for some time. The indus industry's
try's industry's revised censorship code indi indicates
cates indicates a growing desire to produce
more adult films to lure Mom
and Pop away from that living living-room
room living-room TV set.
But Hollywood's release of "fa "fa-boo"
boo" "fa-boo" subjects has theater exhibi exhibitors
tors exhibitors worried. A report from Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis in Variety says: "Local
exhibitor circles fear a HoJlvwood
trend the direction of "for a.
dults only' oictures. It's darner -00s
for theaters catering the fam family
ily family trade Also, children, of consi considerable
derable considerable box' office importance,
mav rt out of the theater coin
Censorship in 57 varieties may
be the big newt in Hollywood dur during
ing during "5T
Enloy ffie'c'i tfy Vds disHnguishdif -chvironmcnt-
. iri ouf exclusive
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Haye fun dairtuigsto the strains of ytvur favorite melodies,
V ; ,masterfully;inferprete
V PA?ITO BAITER and bi? Boys
For reservations call Maitre d'Hofel from 11 a.m.
, TEl. 2-0830
THE PANAMA AMERICAN ,-. AN INDEPENDENT DAJX7 NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY t, 1957
I and Otkerwide
h-Jimifl I. xuiJl If U&fJLu, Pm 3-0740 3-0741 Limn 9:00 -J 10 :m. Jt
I I t 'i f :
ft:- n tin? -t -ff
If one member of a family is
engrossed in a TV play others
shouldn't continually interrupt
him tp ask questions or make
small talk. The same is 'true of
the person who is reading or
trying to concentrate on any-thine.
That is one way of granting a'
utile privacy 10 ointrs wjhimi
j If mMn fi iaclutioa in ihit
column iheuM kt ubmrttad in
typ-wnttii form and mailed to n
of th box numbort listed daily in
"Social and Othsrwita," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the office.' Noticci of
meetings cannc be accepMd by
felepbene. . I
lit. Garvyn H. Moumblow
The Lt. Gsrvyn H. Mocmblow
Memorial Auxiliary to VFW Post
3876 Cristobal, C. Z. will hold its
business meeting Monday,
Members are asked to be pres
PRESIDENT ADDRESSES AMERICAN SoCIET X President Ernesto ae la Ouardta, who was
1 guest of Honor at a banquet given at the Unlo n Club by the American Society Wednesday
" Bight, addresses the group. Seated at far right is U.S. Ambassador Julian K. Harrington.
ANALIDA ALFARO WILL BE CROWNED QUEEN
OF CARNIVAL- AT OLYMPIC STADICUM, MARCH 2
Miss Analida Alfarb," the Panamanian beauty who was
recently chosen Coffee Queen of the Americas, will be crown crowned
ed crowned 'Queen of the 1957 Panama Carnival at the Olympic
Stadium the night of March 2.
The coronation site wag approved yesterday by the
Panama Carnival Board, which also announced that the
Qnen's official, throne will be erected at the Hotel El Panama.
Mr. And Mrs. L. H. Stroup
Leave To Make Homo
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Stroup left
Thursday night for California en
route to Honolulu, where they will
make their home.
Mr. Stroup was formerly man manager
ager manager of All American Cables and
Radio Inc. He and Mrs. Stroup
were both extremely active in
community, social church work
Mr. Stroup belonged to the Ro
tary Club, American Society, the
Canal Zone Art League and the
Gem and 'Mineral Society. Mrs.
Ctroup'alse belonged to. the. Art
League, and theJJejh and Mineral
nocieiy, as wen as many otner organizations.
Mrs. Stroup awakened a lively
interest in Hawaiian dacing here
and taught dancing to members
of the Balboa Women's Club, the
Inter-American Women's Club and
many others on a voluntary basis.
As well, she devoted much of her
time to working for the Red Cross
and other charitable organizations.
if Powder $
ft to thee dlapr nh, jiijjT
It yabefhae and pro- -RSSSS
Per attnburn your
Bfcie, wo Montana
IAWC Luncheon Held
At Mrs. Kelley't
Home In Las Cumbros
The Cooking Class Commlittee
of the Inter-American Women's
Club was held at the Las Cum
bres home of Mrs. WoodroyrKeU
Co-hostesses were' Mrs. Blah
Nilsen and Mrs. John Fisher.
Twenty -six members attended
and enjoyed the luncheon.
The Committee decided to fi finance
nance finance the expenses of one Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian boy to the Lion's Summer
Next month's luncheon will be
held a the home of Mrs. Raul Ji Jimenez
menez Jimenez in Cerro Azul.
The March luncheon will be
held at the home of Mrs. Ruth
Tando at Ft. Clayton. Mrs. Ellen
Layering will be her co-hostess.
tion at Albrook Air Force Base
sponsored a cocktail and dinner
party on Thursday night at the Al
brook Officers" Mess.
Honorees of the evening were
Mai. Gen. Dudley D. Hale, Com
mander of the Airways and Air
Communication Service who is
making his annual visit to the
A ACS groups in the Caribbean,
and Col. and Mrs. Cecil V. Broad
way. Col. Broadway is the newly
arrived commander of the 1806th
Members of Maj. Gen. Hale's
party who were also guests of the
evening were Col. F. A. Kurtz,
Col. M. A. Wickham, Lt. Col. C
D. Sawtelle, Maj. G. G Waters.
Capt J. R. Ziegler, and Capt. R
S. Cumberledge, pilot for General
Colonel Edwin M. Ramage, Com Commander
mander Commander of Albrook Air Force
Base, and Mrs. Ramage were a a-mong
mong a-mong those whe attended the par party,
ty, party, as were Col. and Mrs. Paul A.
Zartman. Col. Zartman is Chief of
Staff, Caribbean Air Command.
Dr. And Mrs. White s
Loave For Vacation?" ('
Dr. and Mrs. Weldon White and
Weldon Jr. left Thursday for a
three-month vacation in Mexico.
They will return in May, when
Weldon Jr. will re-enter La Salle
School in Panama.
Pedro Miguel Rainbow
At A neon Tonight
Miss Barbara Elich will be In Installed
stalled Installed as Worthy Advisor of the
Pedro Miguel Assembly, Order of
Rainbow for Girls at an Open In I
stauauon wnicn will re neid in too
Ancon Masonic Temple tonight.
The permanent MATS organiia-
Navy Wives' Club
The Navy Wives' Club gave its
monthly bingo for the patients uf
Gorgas hospital at the Red Cross
recreation room last Monday. The
winners were SFCs Gaylord P
Mevenson and J. S. Youna. PFCa
Clarence B. Gardner Jr., Harold
it. Rich, r'rankie J. Mayhan, Ken.
netb F. Wentz and Gary L. Pettis.
Pvt. Wilbour Hale. A-3C Melvin
uedner, Victor Bosquez and Jo Joseph
seph Joseph White.
Chocolate chip cookies and cup cupcakes
cakes cupcakes were served. Prizes were
cigarettes and toilet articles. The
hospital committee was composed
of Mrs. Alita Keller and Mrs.
Ft. Amader Wives
Monday Feb. II
A special Bingo, sponsored By
the Fort Amador Officer's WiveV
Club, will be held at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Officer's Open Mess on
Monday, Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m.
( The Bingo will benefit the Fort
Amador Youth Council.
There will be prizes and free
All members of the Fort Ama
Fannie Mae Girdled
As Senate Tightens
Home Credit Market
WASHINGTON (UP)-The Fed
eral National Mortgage Assn. took
an action today that will tend to
tighten the already tight credit
market for home builders.
; It announced a decrease in pric
es it will pay for 4 per cent
government insured mortgages.
Officials said the action was nec necessary
essary necessary under law and because the
association has a tight money
problem of its own.
J. Stanley Baughman, president
of the quasi government agency
which bankers call "Fannie Mae,"
said the association will buy 412
per cent home mortgages at pric prices
es prices ranging from 93 12 to 95 12 per
cent of the par value. This is half
a point less than the previous
The effect of the action will be
to tighten the secondary market
where large holders of government-insured
mortgages can un unload
load unload some of their holdings. Pri Primary
mary Primary lenders, in turn, will be
wore reluctant to grant such
mortgages to builders.
Asilo do la Infancia
Committee Will Moot
Monday At Tivoli
The Inter American Women's
Club Committee Asilo de la Infan Infancia
cia Infancia will meet Monday morning at
9 o'clock at the Tivoli G Ue s t
At this meeting the date of the
major annual activity of the Com
mittee will be decided.
At Sf, Peter's
Plans are under consideration itn
Institute a coffee minute after the
choral Communion at St. Peter's
church each Sunday morning. This
is' inspired by the fact that manv
of the parishioners who formerly
uvea in tne depopulated town of
La uoca now come m from distant
areas to the services.
At the sung Eucharist tomorrow
morning at 10.30, members of the
Woman's Auxiliary will make their
monthly corporate communion.
The Rev. John Spear, priest in
charge, will be the celebrant and
preacher at this service, which fol follows
lows follows morning prayer and church
school beginning 9 a.m.
After the celebration, the Parish
Welfare Council will convene in the
parish hall for a special meeting
TEACHERS HEAR "TALK Dr. Ray Graham, shown above with a groun of 'Canal Zone
school teachers during a special meeting held in the Balboa High School Library,-discusses
the education of exceotlonal children -and the -development of facilities to carry out such a a-program
program a-program In the Canal Zone. Dr. Graham is Director of. Education of Ijcceptlonal Children tor
the State of Illinois. k
To Attend Service
At St. Paul's
The Woman's Auxiliary of St.
Paul's Church, will make their
monthly corporate communion at
the o'clock celebration of the Ho
ly Eucharist tomorrow mrning. i
The parish vestry will hold its
regular meeting on Sunday eve
nlng at the close of Vespers.
dor Officer's Open Mess and their
guests are invited.
This past week" has been cele celebrated
brated celebrated as Youth Week in the Pro-
tesUnt churches of the Canal
Tomorrow morning the young
people of the Balboa Union Church
will conduct the entire service.
The sermon "Consider Your Call"
is to be given by Robert Hamil Hamilton,
ton, Hamilton, a senior at Balboa High
School, and Miss Nellie Holger Holger-son.
son. Holger-son. Other members of the Youth
Fellowship taking part in the serv service
ice service are. Chris Hearon, Jackie Ash Ash-ton.
ton. Ash-ton. Paul Holgerson and Charles
The Youth Fellowships of the
Balboa Union Church are a part
of the United Christian Youth
Movement. This past week has
been observed in Protestant
churches all over North America.
Miss Thelma Tschabold, Direc Director
tor Director of Christian Education of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Union Church, will give the
Dedication during Sunday's service.
H fa Then why not visit this
friendly church where
1 every service is one of
fail lr.V..-yi .-
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Trained teachers wi
teach the Bible in
everv class. Brinr the
family to this Bible
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
Sermon : "Complete Sur Surrender."
render." Surrender." A message on
the life of Jacobs.
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 6:0C
NEW MEMBERS CLASS 6:00
EVENING GOSPEL HOUR
Sermon; "The Loosing of
the Seals." Messages
from Revelation 6.
Film: "No Vacant Chairs"
Shape For '57
At Paris Showings
PARIS (UP) Designer Pierre
talmam unveiled his spring sil
houette today to world fashion ex experts,
perts, experts, here to decide the "shape"
of feminine figures for the next
six months. i i
Thus far the haute couture col 1
lections are taking a "fluid"
Shape. Loose, mobile and drap drap-able
able drap-able styles, or "flou" and "mou"
as the French put it, have been
interpreted by Jean Patou,
Jacques Heim and Coco Chanel.
But late Monday, young Pierre
Cardin presented the best collec collection
tion collection seen this season.
16 Get Prison
Terms For Somoza's
MANAGUA, Nicaragua. Feb. 2
(UP) A court martial sentenced
16 sixteen men Tuesday to prison
terms ranging up to 15 years on
conviction of complicity in the as-
sasinatioh of President Anastasio
Somoza last September.
Fifteen-year sentences were pass
ed on the four chief defendants;
Edwin Castro Rodriguez, a auni auni-versity
versity auni-versity student Ausberto Narvaez.
also a student; Juan Calderon, a
mecnanic; and Cornelio Suva
E so Tf n ... T.
Rehearsals are being held al almost
most almost daily for "Jamboree,"
star-studded musical extrava extravaganza
ganza extravaganza to be presented? next :
Thursday at the Paratso Tnea-:
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Under the direction, of Satiny
Rishnn and rhoreopranhei .Ta'
(Sparky) Farqunarson, the ; show
will Include a finale rsview fea
turing Gilbert Paisley, his part-
Cardin, considered to be up and
onmind Vtr tfia & t V i it iiilH iifAti
fame the past year for his coats uaj f wr jai presidential
and suitsi eagerly sought by Amer- eoa"dldt.e d!fea,td at the polls ia
lean buvors "-i.iuu a
His is the first "fluid line" to Clan! DT- Lnnque Lacayo Fartan.
flow gracefully and have a cut "ls0 8 Physician; Ramon Martmejs;
and technique almost impossible1 T9mas Borje, Emilia Borje, Benja Benja-t0
t0 Benja-t0 copy min Robelo, Alonso Castellon, Noel
To date, many of the "loos, Jiron and Jclio Alvarado.
linnlr" plnthoc nmiM ha Ihrntvn it I
ppthpr in a rfnv nr hv mnet amJ Joaquiip Cha.morro, director of
Ten defendants received nine- ner leatl Sparky, Pluggy and
I number of chorus gil ls
years sentences: Dr. Enrique A
Patou filled his collection with.
silk and organdy dresses com
posed of a simple shirred skirt
tacked on to a shapeless blouse
which refused to fit the wearer-
no darts, wide "guillotine neck
lines" and wide shapeless, sleeve;.
Heim presented a more luxuri luxurious
ous luxurious version of ..the 'old fashioned
pegftpp sjfjrts,iJilowBup,?a nigl
like a balloon, but collapsing
siowiy tnrougn the daylight hours.
A "revolutionary" cut,' he said.1;
But Cardini's "almond" shane
drape has a grace and simplicity
making it difficult to describe., In
dresses, it falls from a high waist,
with a scoooed harem-like .drape,
to the hemline.
All couturiers prefer high round rounded
ed rounded bustlines, rounded shoulders
and long sw?n-like necks.
Short henuVes. 16 inches up,
are in the majority. Dior's airVie airVie-length
length airVie-length kirts his "new look"
bombshell of last season, have not
as yet appeared.
k A wnWggP CHURCH" fl
a WiltonUrclaidin,,Poiter JI
A REAL SMASH HIT!
Thai's Jack KeUy'
which opened last night in our patio
5EE THIS EXCITING SHOW
TONIGHT al 8:30. & II p.m.
Cast of 10 start in an hour-long revue of beautifully beautifully-staged
staged beautifully-staged dance numbers, trick skating and jumping!
Entrance $1. SO Reserve your table now with ma'rtrt d'hotel, 3-1660
(Dinner served in Balboa Room tonrte with Lucho Axcarraga'a Con junto)
SPECIAL SUNDAY SHOW al 4 p.m.
for CHILDREN! (under 12 yrs. price 75c)
Hamburgers, Hot dogs A refreshments availabl.
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Sfiow at 9 p.m.
rnrranee te satie ...... 110
A Kir ke by Hotel
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Recounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
Ws make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
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deposits are accepted thru a period
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Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewtlry and
documents, in 4 different sires.
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By CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA reed and Markets Editor
ANY new way of cooking carrots
is welconie. This recipe is, there therefore,
fore, therefore, kitchen news:
Glazed Carrots With Bitters
Two dozen medium-sized young
earrots, 3 tablespoons butter or
salad oil, 3-4 cup brown sugar, 1
teaspoon aromatic bitters, t-4 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon salt, pepper to taste, parsley.
Scrape carrots, cook in small a-
mount of water In covered sauce
pan from 15 to 20 minutes until
tender but not soft. Drain. Melt
butler or salad oil in skillet, add
brown sugar and aromatic bitters.
Stir well, add whole carrots,
i turning carrots until well glazed.
Keep heat low.vRemove from skil skil-jlet,
jlet, skil-jlet, arrange on large platter, add
pepper and garnish with parsley.
I With so many broiler-fryer chic chickens
kens chickens in the market, there are al also
so also lots of chicken lirers. Here's an
easy way to serve them for din dinner
ner dinner In a ring of fluffy rice.
Chickti Livers in Onion Sauce
One poum chicken livers, 1-3
cup 'seasoned flour, 2 tablespoons
butter or margarine, 1 can (1-4
cups) condensed onion soup.
I Dust chicken livers with flour;
brown well in butter in a skillet
Stir in the onion soup: simmer a-1
bout 20 minutes or until livers are
done and sauce is slightly thickened.-
An attractive way to serve the
livers is in a ring of fluffy but buttered
tered buttered rice (cook a 5-ounce pack package
age package of precooked rice for 6 serv servings
ings servings with the livers).
Mote: The same recioe mar be
followed, using a pound of calf or
beef liver cut into strips inneao
!of chickea livers.
the newspaper La Prensa and Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Frixione, a lawyer, were
sentenced ot 40 months.
All 16 were also sentenced to the
loss of civil rights.
Six of the original 22 defendants
were acquitted earlier.-
Somoza was shot and -.fatally
Another rehearsal is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for today at S p.m.. at the
studios of Red Panamericana.
lThe show also includes song--styllst
icllda Bascomb, acrobats
Joaquin and Bella and others,'
wtlh Dave Constable us master
Curtain time has been set for
8 p.m. Thursday at the paraiso
wounded last Sept. 21 while at
tending a dance to celebrate his
nomination for another presidential
term; He died Sept. 29 at Gorgas
Hospita m the. Panima Canal
Jeff Chandler and Laraine Day are the adult co-stars
who share top billing with little Tim Hovey In the younga-
ter's second picture "TOY TIGER," a warm-hearted com-.-edy
In technicolor which OPENS ON WEDNESDAY AT
THE CENTRAL. Tim Is the dimpled, towheaded kid who
became a star overnight after the release of "The Private
War of Major Benson," but the new picture Is not a sequel
to the first althoug hit has the same blend of comedy and,
sentiment. The picture fs also notable In that lt repre.
sents Chandler's first essay Into the field of light comedy.
y Approved ay
I were 4ectert
I thaa asty ether
I CkOdrem like Ito
' ST. JOSEPtt"
"Aspirin for children
FISHING and HUNTING
at. 4000 ft. in the green
Wire reierration or tee
- your travel agent. .,v
, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY t, 1&57
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tunday School for all ag at -9 bjb
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hw luwan Domavara.
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12:00 a-m. -...
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Conias(rfon: Saturday, 8:38 tP
and 1:00 to :0 p.m.- Wjuraday. aefora
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CaUcbloa elaaw aft tka :00 quw
piga pcnow uw vi". w
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Holy Day maweni IA6 a an.
Conlaalona: Saturday 130 (a i 6:00 and
7:19 to 8:00 p.m. Tburaday bcfora riral
Friday 7:00 p.ra,
Eacrad Haart Dtvottoej! 70 PAV m
CatichlTO Cla: ta : an
OUB LAOT or FATlHAGwraada
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mara at 8:30 p.m.
Coniauiona; 8:00 ta M P an Ml
CataebUBD 0m Saturday t'-W te,
ST. JOSEPH Patau
Sunday Mauaa a 7 K and IJI
Holy Day Mata at 84Q pat
niMbikv Muia! .:00 a.m.
Conaufonai Saturday 8:30 to 30 and
CatadJsw CUai Sunday ;0O to 0
lladal Roanai ) a m
imtructlonat Tnuraday 7KW
ST. VINCENTS-Panama City
Sunday Masien 8:00 and 8:30 ajn,
Mnlu Dav Mauaat 8:30 and 8.00 P.ra
It It falla on Saturday tba aUaoaa art
9 -ft ana ao a.m,
rnnfx.iMK; fiatnnta i:oa te 8:00 ana
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on Saturday 830 a.nvi
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Monday.' 1 '" 1 '
CorrfaMddnai 8 :00 la 840 8.8 Sunday
- ST JOHN BAPTIST OS LA SAIXB
:t -s Paraoa. Lalawa
' Sunday Maw; 830 and 830 am
Week Daya Man: 830 Man. Thura
l. anil Bat. Pint PridaT maaai BiOO a m
: Holy Qay htaaaaiH 8:00 aav yt :0
ConfaaHanai 1:30 ta 438 ana 7aW IP
MVauioua Meoa bidwhii riraw
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Cartrart Claw: Monday 13( aj,; :
Sunday Maaat 78 ua-
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Confaaalona: Saturday 8:88 t 718 pjj
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Hal? bay Maaaaai (41 aad f 38 am
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T?lrtuVPtUl Haaaaait Wdn-d.,
8:18 and 78 pra.
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and TJuwadaya. f
r...iiimm Claaai Bundaa 18:18 Aaa. M
Til -ii a m. I -00 n.aa. to 4 '00 am.
rirat afflaawianioaiuoa oi man aviaav
ad Saeramani aO day. Reooaluoo at 838
ajn. Saturday asornlaa. .
rfni aatitraa Davauona va anr unv
at Fattine The Holy Buaary 8 38 m.
rirat Commurtlen innraotiarai lor enu.
dren Mondayp ana uraay aa
138 bjbV .: ; f v i,.
Sunday Maasaa: 7 30, 8 30 and M 38 a A
HolyDay Maaaaai 838. 3 a ao
Confeaaloroi Saturday 838 pa 830 and
Tjjn a 838 paa, Afta ataaary aaan
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f rfia k bb. aa 84aaas.
Catacbiam QaaM Aftaf M Um a
rinf Prldey Tipatttlaa all Bay ttrto
Be atcnoai laar,
rirat aatsiraayi Meaa al (38 8av
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Sunda Maaaaai 738. BJH 1138 a.
Firat Saturoa Maaai 8-08 a-m.
Ve-Aday Masaes: SMajav
Saturday ... 738 pam. te 8-8 pan.
Mtracuiaue Maaai novana una pan
Haly Day Maasas: 738 a JR. (n pra.
Onraasion ... tM P4BV 88 4( pjjav
Pariah FamUy Bsaary aad
Bancdirtten 738 (vaa
Dtseuaskan IsMTuiry Oreup 739 paa.
1st. Friday D-votjona ... 738 paa.
tea, Saturday DvUoeaj .. 738 paa.
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aaa a-aa. aatg aaar
HatP Bay Maasaas Sa aja an4 S;
938 cm arurda. I
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tarasaciTars COPt-EPIrOW Batpaj
Staaday Maaai 8:18 a as
Caaiat Claaa avary ajnaiaay
MtvaauMop Hedap Bsiaaai
Saevad Heart Pin pan fas aa.
mi, oatead wlctn
aervkee, eatd rperviHea
a church ata.
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urday, ... ...' '.'.'.. -. ,r..
Catrrhlain Claaa 4 00 tim nn Mnrntav
.it ty iaov or hood cqunsbb,
' ... 'aaambaa'
rSunda Maiaea: 7:00 and 838 a.m.
Holy pay Maasea: (.00 ajaj. and 1:00
pm .... ........ .:,
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aner an evening oavouora,
Dapusnu ay appouiunanv
Mtraeuloua Hodal Novaaai 1:00 a.m
an tuaaaay. 1
aaere Mtan Mavanai ilia m
Sunday SaJiaali S30 p.m. an Sunday,
Bellaisua lnatruetian Claaa faa thlL
oran; :w p.ra on inunaay.
neliaioua Instruction for adulta icon,
duetad In Spanish ) 7:00 aaa an Man
v,anvart irwtruewana pv aaaefrpaiant
Tkt Bt. Bar. B. Haaay Caodaa. t.f.0.
Tha Vary Bey. Malnert J. Peuaoa,
v ANCON. CJJ
TRa. CATHBDBAL Of ST. LUKJ8
4:80 a m Holy Conunuruen,
8 30 a m Janta Caaununiaa I4ta Bua Bua-day).
day). Bua-day). 8:30 a.m. Chureb, School.
8:4b em Eseuala Dombilaal.
11. 00 am. Morning Prayer and Sermon
' riy iit4Wuiuqa. uiml sun sun-day).
00 an averting Prayer and Sermon
d3b an, Holy Communion,
7:08 eta Evening Prayer.
d:U0 84U. How Communion,
a w a fa Holy' Communion.
8:18 aaa. Morninc Pravai
IJ.OV Mwaa MJJionary PrayarA
Church of St. Aadrew
Tha Bav. William W. Baldwin,
Vrtmit la THa.aa
SUNDAYS ,' ...
Holy Communion ......... -7:38 a Jn
Family Prayer and :
Chuxuh School ............ 1:30 a jn.
(Also Holy Communion 2nd,
Sunday each month!
Momliig Prayer a. Sermon 11.00 a.m.
(Also Holy Communion lit,
Sunday each month)
Holy Communion 8:00 am.
Chapel at The aod Skepherd
The Rev: Clarence W. Hares,
l la fkim
830 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(U.C. first Friday each Month).
tiA ttttun..-. Chaidb'
Tha f-olui paar. Priest Lps CWirgO
Choral, Eucharist ajtlAar.,
man 7j88 a.m.
Church. School ........... 8:00 p.ra
Episcopal Young Churchmen I;ofl p m m-Evensoni
Evensoni m-Evensoni and Sermon ..... 7:00 D-ni.
Morning rrgyer ana neiy
Communion 8:80 am
Evening Prayer 7:80 a.ai
, WanwuVs AuKiuary. tnd and
4 th Thundava 730 D.m
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS x
Holy communion iw am
Meriting Prayer 8:00 a
Evening. Prayer 7:00 P4A
ramuy lucnansi a ov m
Oiiica of Camplina ........ 10 bma
1 atora Chaaeb
The Rev. Jena Saaar. Prleat t Crsim
naming rrayar ana wnru
School ..r:...v.. ...... .. 13848,
Choral Euchertat and Sr Sr-mon
mon Sr-mon loisa aja
Help Baptlam H-tf
Bvenaont and Ad dree .... 738
Woman? Awfflary J
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Chapel af the Holy Omferta
Vea. u a fhlrlay, Priest to Charge
8:30 am. tioiy veenrauniqn.
Charca mt 94. Taarfapat
Espevd end BratoS Blvd.
The Be. Jeaee K. Beaew, Beetae
SUNDAYS r .:. : '. ;:
730 ajn. Holy Communion,
8:45 ajn. Church School
1138 ajn. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month, Holy Com-
THURSDAYS and' HOLY DAYS
830 a.m. Holy tonummion.
Chaaei of Oat Sartaar
830 ajn. iioiy cMsnmuBaaa.
The Be. AUaa B. Waerit,
Prtaat hs Caarga
The Bev. Devtd A. Oaaorne,
838 a-m. Cheral aWcharlst (J atiaoa
8:38 aJB. Infant Baptism.
338 tm. Church School
theid In Puiidrng uir
la &jm. Youth Fi
at a. Rvaiaaona and
ana and ath WrsNESDAYS
438 Pin. Woman a ajraiiiarp
tar Ouild ttaatinj..-.
(9. BTatejTf CaTBrTffk
fhe Pea. Lempol B. Sbhiay.
Tba saae pta a sita.
SUNDAY .,, :s
aa ajn. Hot Camreunlosi
338 aan Bung Eucftaru as B
89:45 aas aiarrdng Prayay an4
1338 asac. Help aapthsa
1-r eon il njiaa V see WO
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838 as Haiy ceemrjujuoa)
eaa aja. g wmr." a Pn.tf
rUUAYS AND FRIDAYS
a :ra i at raw
a-aa 8--. story
- aatrar cBT'Ttai
' fOr peaffs HwM WeehlneajaB
Tha Pv, aaaas Ptar feraaea, Bsi4as
Tha Baw. liaswy A. (toe, imartasst
. BUI! DATS I
38 a as. Br
: aaa. MaaM Preyaa.
-ea aaa. Chora! KoahAnat aatd
ta p aJBk Chorea)
738 PJP aaaBDBSJ
9 8 a av Wft-'y CermBunlea
138 pan. aVoatna Pvayar aad)
1:39 pan.. Adult ConfirmatleB Claat...
8:00 pjn. Evening Prayer and Mediu-
. FRIDAY r
8:80 am. Children's Eucharist.-
10:00 a.m. Junior Confirmation Claa.
730 a 40. Compline and Meditation.
,'"'' .'bainbow cm
ChorUi of St. Mary, tho Virgbj
Thf Rev. John A. Spalding.
Priest a CM'ta ...',
UNDAxB V S
Sung Eucnarlit ; 730a.
. Chur:h School 8:48 a.m
Svafis'.ib and Sanaaa .. .. 738 p.08
Naly totnmuaion. ........ 734 a-m
St, ChrUtaphat'a Chorch
10th Street.. Farque Lafevra
Tha Bav. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest l Charge
Tha Bav. Clarence A. viaywatt,
8:oo ajn. Holy Commuraon.
7 30 a.m. Suna Eueliariat and Sernten,
1839 aaa. Morning Prayer and Church
1130 noon Holy Baptism.
830 p m. Evarwang and Semen.
730 am. in ana ara, i uat
uarv. ... ....v.'"..,';
t;o am, juiisi mugniara ar ma
7 38 a.m. Yaui
a .no am. Hn v raffimusiHi.
I, -OS Evening Prayar ana Ralifloui
a:uvp.m. uirur rnenoiy ooeieiy.
g:08 B.m. 1st and 3rd. Slncletens.
p:ao ajn, Junior wonnrmaiion viaaa.
CHVRCB OP THE NAEAREN8
Minutest Rev, Elmer 0. Neltoa
Baa Aneon.CZ. Balboa WOI
Bunday School ........ .8:48 s.m
Morning Worship ......... 1030 a.m
Youth Serviee 8:44 p.m
Evening Serviee .......... 7:30 p.m
NJ.M.lJ Service .......... 730 pm
PrayorlJeeUna, Wad. .... 7:30 p.n
' NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R 83rd Street East
Re. S. M Brawa. Minister
Divine Weramp ........... ;: a.m.
Sunday School v
Sunday Maataa ....7. 7:45 11:48
kuj nOm Sunoa awuiw ai
Muetlnau Thursdays at 730 p m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
808 BalUa Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetings in the LDS Chapal
on Balboa Road.
. Sunday School ............ 10 :00 ajn.
Sacrament Meeting 8:00 p.m.
Primary I Monday ... ,;. V. 8 30 p.m.
Relief Soeiaty: Tuesday. ? 8:80 a m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:80 p.m
Teleshone Balboa 4237, .;
Building .200, Schoolhouse Read' Cttun.
v,anai tone ,.v :
Sunday School, Sunday . 830 a.m
Sacrament meetlncr Sunday 11:00 ajn.
Priesthood -meeting 2 Wed..' 4.30 p.m.
Primary, Wednesdeyi (:30 p.m.
Relief. Society, as announced.
Telephone, Gafun 344 or CrutdbaJ 3397
CTBUND0 PROTESTANT CHURCP
.-A, rVsrni Hearted CharcB
' Miltoa K. Leldlg, Minister
Piona Rea. 83-7118 Of. 83-J108
Bunday: Seheel ..830 a m.
iA class tor, every.age) iit ;..yu -H
lomlng Worship ..11:00am.
Youth Fallowship 8:00 p.m
Eevening Worship 7 :00 pan.
Prayer and Praise (Wad l 730 pan
A church nuney is provided for your
.' -TV .:;- i J. :
t Kaoheel rhe Anbaneel
13th St Waal No
Mai Kucha rial Bunda a' 1 3d a.m.
rueadev Wedneadsva e,fld fhiiradayi
3D I JO
Sacrament : oa Unctior iHeaiiny Mr
tfcot Firat Sunda of aaeb mnntb a
109 m :.-,;.",
HsHbel. Cbrtrnaa Chare
- Panama a.- W
Bev, T epe D. D BIsBap
Morntiii devotlri an lisa
reUaawhlp Waratua at 110 aja.
junday Seaool at 138 sa
Jivwe Serviee a ao a
BAHAI S CENTEB
4 rirst eu-tet
Uraanliarlaa D Carmen, PanamA City
uJormaj Talk and Discussions
Xauradaya,,,,.,.,.u 830 paa.
Celoa, Bth A Ftwrt Streets
- (b Detain Aaasvlcaa Be rear)
Study Ciaaaa.v..Tbursdava, 1M PJS
BETHEL MISSION, CHURCH
Kepalee-a St, paraiso, C Z.
Be vraldaba R. Stewart, Paetee
Sunday I 11:80 aja. Worship Serviap,
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:13 ajn. Gosne) Service.
Monday 730 Young Peoples Sealery
Wednesday J.IJ0 Mid-week .Christian
Tmirsasjyi ana cnoit aenearssi.
Friday! 738 Women 'a Missionary So
- THE CBTJBCH OF OOD
738 Etghth Street Celoa
Bev. O. W. Orandlasa. Pasta
Sunday Bchel 9:30 a m,
Morning Worship 1930 a.m
Night eervtce i-M aaa
FTRPT CaTUBXR OP OOD
Or. Jaatalea aad Trinidad
sunn baw city.
ev. u. w. On
Moming Worship ... ,. 838 em
Sunday School 1938 a m
Night Bervla 730 pjjl
THE CTnmCR or OOD
Sunday School 1338 aaa
M amine Warahlp 11 30 a.m
Might eVytee....... 730 pja
THE OttmCB OP OOD
Cm. "W ana: htarUaa Areas aa aaa
Rev. Was. 1. Jeaaatan. Pastee
Sunday School 838 aja
Mersdng Worship 18:30 ajjs.
NiaM aerrtoe 73 a as
THE nnmai of ood Bia Aha
. atoasa Oeeajre adtath S.
trnaday Bchoo ........... 838 ajn
M ceasing Weasuip 938 ja,
Risdrt (sarwhsa ..... 738 p-ns-
. irurtca oa ood
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Phono 8-418. Boa 333.. Gamboa
- ClMarehea al paratwo. CJV lie ana
hire. HeraaoB Q. Whyteh CoJoa. R.P
(Rav Fernanda Loraneet At Abolo
i m aira r-harta. Havneai. ana
Cattva (Bar and Mra CHffard Graa-vaat
atasnday and Baaidava aarricoa a) afl
COVMTJWrTT CHi atg
JNabio ravtehta, (X
Bap. Cart P.
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ftmday Maeal (- ajn
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Posts and Bases
,S ACU1C HIDk
tftW AMABOM' -F U
Sunday School 8:00
Morning Worship 10.00
Church-Time Nursery School..,. 10:00
FORT CLAYTON v
Sunday School : (Bulldlna No.
" 138) .... v..M .1. ., 8.00
Moming Worship ; 10:1S
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meat.
ing and Bible Cfaw 8:30
gaily Mass :ia
lurday Mass (:00
Sunday School 3:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Masses 3:00 11:45
Monday Novana Devotions .... 7:30
Confessions-Saturday (30 730
Sunday Family Hour. ..... 8:30 ojn.
ALB ROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School ,8:30
Adult Bible Class 1NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship. ...... 830 10:45
Yeutb Fellowship sno
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
16th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion First Sundsy
rORT AMADOR 1
Sunday Masses ......
Dally joaw ., .......
Sunday Masses ......
No, 7111 ...... .....
8LBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday Mast .,
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
ALBROOK AUt FORCE BASE
Morning V oi ship
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday..
uunaay acnooi ,..
Youth Fellowship Sunday
aS. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Holy Coramuniea First Sunday
sir Mitnese. t
ounasj mass ... .........
Confessions., Sunday ...........
. Confeasions, Saturday 3:00 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sole
Sunday alaaa : .
la all Churches as
Sabbath School 8:30 s.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 430 pjn.
Wednaaday Bible Study and Prayer
oai vita, i :gv p.m.
Paelfie Ride Pitunl At H.lhna Malrlrt
Pastor W. H. Wallar-Tel. 383 3508
wapo varoe, Ave. j. r Oe u ossa No.
3U No. 37
Pueblo Nuevo 3-A St between 3rd
and 4th Ste.
Rio Abajo 11th St No. 37
Balboa Chaoel 0844 Cavils Rd Sal.
boa (Saturday only), t
Spantab Chosrhe PaaaaU aad
Pastor Ruben Rule
Panama, Calle Darlen No. 8
Cristobal, 14th At Bolivar Ave
Oamboe A Frlioles.
Dlatrirt Pastor A A. Gristle
Tel. No. 8-103
Gamboa Praltt Parkway Frlioles.
Atlantic eHda ColOu and
Paster Neblett Tel. 38338
Colon 3rd St. At Central Ave. CrMd.
bsl 13th eh Bolivar Ave.
central exriee; uavuaa noao lei. a.
lewtse welfare avoard Bid r82-A La
docs Road. Balboa- C Z RsbM Nathan
SarvV Friday 130 ojb Saturaa.
1 See a.,s ustlnas of Jewish
jTH"er otr Baaea end Station
Caoaraaauon Koi (heart ta laraa. Ave,
nlda C'ib and 3th Street Bell Vissa,
Paiaanut CM Service" (38 pan
BEEDEMEB LUTHERAN CTtUROJ
Balboa Bead at Wiaht Street
Be Babart F. Geeetrh. Paolo
P O, Boa 888, Balboa
Sunday School. Bible eieaa psap ajn.
Divine Service 10:1 ajn.
Dlvino Servico at Margarita OB Bt
Margaret's ta lac goal Church I Stands
Boom Is Predicted
WASHINCTON. Feb. I iVfi X
An officer of Panameriean World
Airways said today that in org
than 1,000,000 Taeetkmers will vis
it the island of the West Indie
this year, or an Increase oi almost
50 per cast ever 1541.
The comment cam from Willi
G. Upeeotnl. vice president for
traffic and sales of tha company.
Ha called tug n Caribbean travel
boom and announced that in this
fori Beet ion, his comnarr p0 more
than double Its flights front New
York to the Dominican Senublie
and Haiti starting today.
By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written for NEA Service
4 74 3
' 10 8 2
10 7 6
AK 107 3
Neither side vul.
West Narth East
Pass pa8 ;
Pas 3 Pass
Opening leaeWA 5
SOUTH took a chAfire nri th
heart suit when: he bid three nq-
irump ip ioays tiahd, and his
ganiDie appearsa sound enough
when the flurn my showed up with
strong hearts. "Unluckily for declar declarer,
er, declarer, West chose this moment to put
up a uruiiant aeiense.
.West opened the five oi smidas.
and South won with the klnsr. The
falsecard didn't deceive West, for
ii was ciear tnat soutn bad ail
mree lop spades.
houth returned the cmeen of
diamonds, and West had to win
with the kins. West could see that
the diamonds were going to come
in very quickly and that the spades
were nopeiess. The only chance
was to knock the ace of hearts out
of the dummy to remove the en entry
try entry to the long diamonds.
west had to lead a heart and
not just any old heart; If West led
a low heart, dummy would play
low, and East would win with the
king. Then dummy would have
the ace and jack of hearts, both
entries. West solved the problem
by leading the queen.
South had a good idea of what
was going on, but he couldn't
help himself. If he won with the
ace of hearts in dummy, East
would save the king of hearts to
capture dummy's jack. And if
South refused the first heart
trick, West would continue the
suit to make sure of forcing out
the ace. Either way, the entry to
the long diamonds was sure to go.
This defense limited houtn to
three snades, two hearts, and
three clubs. Down one.
The PcKific Steam Ilavigalion Company
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FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
-TO COLUMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU AND CtmE
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SPAIN AND FRANCE.
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ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD. HOLLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
All Sailings" Subject" to
AMFtC STEAM NAVIGATION Co.. Cristobal Tel.: 1I547
FORD CO ISC. PANAMA: "La Exposlcl6n 35tb St.
and Justo Arosemens Ave. Tel. 3-12518
BALBOA: Term. Bid. Tel. 2105
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Gref White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Alat tUodUns ReitUter.Ud aod ChUled Carta
New York Service
Weekly sailings o? twelve passenger ships to Ne
, York( New Orleans, Los Anxeles, Saa Francisco
(PXCUI. ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARE FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BAlfiOAi
To New lark and Rat am ....... S248.84
To Log Anreles bb4 Baji PtMriapp sad
Returning from Lag AAEis 177 M
To sVattlo and sUtara E31SJ3
CRISTOBAL 2121 o PANAMA 2-2904
Labor Tp Provide
MEYERSDALE, Pa. (UP) -The
blind are hoping the blind to
"see" in Pennsylvania.
Sightless workmen here are
making the red-tipped canes with
which those without vision can
"tap-tap" their, way ''.through a
world of darkness. The cane fac factory
tory factory is the only one in the nation
operated by the blind themselves,
i Fiva persons arr employed in
the plant. They use s converted
broom machines to produce
tapered canes which are lighter
and more manageable than thei
.commercial types." 1
(ierel Crolt, plant director ana
an executive of the Association for
the Blind, said tapering "gives
the canes a swagger look."
Croft said more, than bOO agen agencies
cies agencies across the nation buy the
canes for distribution to the blind.
"The canes not only are useful
gifts, they are providing much
needed employment for the blind
in western Pennsylvoma," Croft
Morol: Don't Ever
Hit A Utility Pole
OGDENSBURG, N. Y.-(UP)-A
local motorist found out that
hitting a utility pole can be pretty
Mills received an item
Ized bill for $237.70 from the city
water department after shearing
off one of its poles.
The damages Included: $187.00 for
new pole, $1 for power the de
partment purchased', $4.50 for op
eration of a gasoline motor dur
ing the interruption of electric
service. $31.20 for services of a
pumping station attendant, $12.00
to an electrician.
And to make matters worse,
Mills paid, a $2 fine after plead pleading
ing pleading guilty to speeding.
No Garden Party
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP)
robert Young believes he is a
victim of city progress because of
five years of rrustration ,m at attempting
tempting attempting to raise a garden at his
The city sewer department ad
mits Young has a problem. Caen
time there is a heavy rain two
surface sewers collect the water
from the surrounding area and
dump it on his property, forming
Young complained once that 200
frying chickens drowned in the
lake". The city reimoursea mm
Change Without Notice
... Feb. 2C
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. THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN ', INDITENDJEITT PA1TT. NEWSPAPER
. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8,' 1957
Pro Baseball Leagiie RaGeKMhes- SizzliB
'Half-Game Still Separates
Leaders With 3 Games Left
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
There is still only one-half game between the
league-leading Cerveza Balboa Beermen and the
.Chesterfield Smokers today in the maddening Pro
; And through the maze of possibilities as to the
outcome, there appeared only one thing certain : the
season will go right down to the last day which is
Tuesday, before the 1956-57 championship can be
Last night the Beermen took
a ojvb and one-half game lead m
, the-. standings by downing the
s Smokers 5 to 2 in the first game
'o,'i doubleheader, but her
ihopes of sewing up the flag were
.'dashed to pieces when the
Smokers bounced back in the
nightcap to jolt the leaders 6
to l.i before a crowd that was of officially
ficially officially reported to be 6938 paid.
In the lidlifter southpaw Geo.
Srunet allowed five hits as he
dialed his way to his fifth win
atrainst four losses.
Two home runs by Hector Lopez
accounted for tne Beermens
first three markers and, Pepe
. Osorio's two-run four master
brought home the other two.
Clyde parris clout?ri a solo
homer off Brunet, and a single,
an. error, an infield out and an another
other another base hit furnished the
other Smoker tally.
jerry Davie dropped his fifbh
derision to make his slate 3-5 hi
permitting four rans and seven
Jilts in four inninps. uaemo uui uui-tion
tion uui-tion and Tom Flamgan were re-
$ers- .: ..I
In the second same Jim Mi-
chalec used a slider effective-
ly as he breeied to hi third
victory against no setbacks.
Only three hits, all sing.es,
were given up by the right-
Doubles by Manife Bernard
and Parris and a long smash
over the center field fence by
Bobby "Prescott gav? Michalec a
3-to-O lead in. the first frame.
The Smokers' other three mark markers
ers markers were scored in the fourth,
two of them unearned. Short Shortstop
stop Shortstop Clarence Moore committed
three of four errors in that in-
Plate umpire Dal Thornton
ruled that Pinkston was out on
an Interference play and the de decision
cision decision brought the Beermen
swarming all over him.
That one died down but be before
fore before the inning was over Cor Cordon,
don, Cordon, still at the plate, walked
toward the mound after a crazy
Davie pitch, accusing; the hurler
of throwing at hhn.
Soon, most of the members of
both teams were on the field
wtih Moore ana Cob03 oent at
getting at each other. Trice, who
was probably the only cool head
of the group, got most of the
credit for calming down ooth
After five tries, no person in
attendance last night was able
to produce the numbered score
sheet that would furnish a round
trip expenses-paid ticket lo the
Caribbean Series in Havana.
The drawing wi:l be held a a-gain
gain a-gain tomorrow aftr the Smok
er-Yankee game which starts
at 3 o'clock.
Cerveza Balboa Ab R H Po
Glenn, cf 4 0 0 3
Charles, 3b 3 1 2 0
Lopez, 2b 3 2 2 3
Pinkston, rf ..... 4 1 2 2
Osorlo, p., If .... 4 110
Gordon. H.. lb ... 3 0 2 8
Kellman, c '4 0 1 5
Moore, ss ........ 2 0 0 0
Brunet, p 2 0 0 0
Winless Legionnaires Tackle
29 5 10 21 O
Bernard, ss 3 0
Diaz, If 3 0
Parris, 3b 2 2
Prescott, rf ..
Austin, 2b ...
Osorio, E., lb
Grote. cf . .
Cobos, c .....
Gordon, M 0
Flanigan, p ..... 0
26 2 5 21 13
tt Loser bod lTice. wuo iosi i
Second came to make his record
"even, did not last ah inning as
he gave way to S'aniey Arthur
with three runs in and only one
out, Carlos Thome and Winston
Brown followed Arthur to the
The Beermen spoi.'ed Micha Micha-lee'sbid
lee'sbid Micha-lee'sbid for a shutout when in
the' eighth Leon Kel!r.an singled
for; the second time, reached
second on a base on balls to
Moore and scored on infield outs
to Brown and John Glenn.
Flaring- tempers in the first
game caused two big rhubarbs.
In the third Inning Al Pink Pinkston
ston Pinkston was trapped between
third and home vvitrt Harold
Qardon at bat. Catcher Mar Marco
co Marco Cobos attempted a throw
a Pinkston hustled back to
third but he fel'. over Gordon
wbile the Beermen outfielder
- got In safely.
El Panama Net
Mitchell lined out for Gordon
Heron struck out for Flanigan
Score Bv Innines
C. Balboa 002 033 05 10 1
Chesterfield 000 101 02 5 1
SUMMARY Errors: Austin,
Charles. RBI s: Lopez 3, parris,
P. Osorio 2, Austin. Earned runs:
Cerveza Balboa 5, Chesterfield 1.
Two base hit: Charles. Three
base hit: Charles. Home runs:
Lopez 2, Parris, P. Osorio. Sto Stolen
len Stolen base: Gordon. Sacrifice hit:
Brunet. Struck out Ij Davia 1,
Flanigan 1, Brunet b. Bass on
balls off Davie 3, Flanigan 1,
Brunet 1. Left on base: Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield 8, Cerveza Balboa 8. Pitch Pitchers'
ers' Pitchers' record: Davie .4 runs 7 hits
in 4 innings (pitched to two
batters in 5th), Gordon 1 run, 1
hit in 1 inning. Winnine; pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Brunet (5-4). Losing pitch pitch-er:
er: pitch-er: Davie (3-5). Umpires:
Thornton, Moore, Williamson.
Time of game: 1:57.
I ill MIMiil ttj l" f-fOH I Illl.ll uS
THE BEAST RETURNS Remember way back when, Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Foxx was swatting the ball out of sight for the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Athletics and Boston Red Sox from 1027 through '41?
Pitcher Frank Sullivan of the Bosox backs away from the
bat that seriously challenged Babe Ruth's home run record.
The second annual El PanampChJ?'fieSAl.3b
invitational tonni. tr,nfnomnl- V'"'
. vmu.uuh. ..... J Itll
take place at Hotel courts Feb.
13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, with night
Salvador. Guatemala, and Costa
Rica re planning to send players.
and it is expected that the Canal
Zone and Panama tennis enthus-
sists will compete.
Events will include men's sin
gles, women's singles, men's dou doubles
bles doubles and mixed doubles. Entry fee
will be $2 each player for each e-
Entry blanks can be obtained at
El Panama's Cabana and Tennis
Club, and must be In before 6
p.m. on Feb. 6.
Winners will receive prizes andj
may compete In the second El
Panama International Tennis Tour Tournament
nament Tournament which will take place Feb.
18 to 24.
Pinkston, rf .....4
Osorio, P., if . .... 4
Gordon, H., lb ... 3
Kellman, c 3
Moore, ss 2
Trice, p 0
Arthur, p l
Thome, p 0
Brown, p 1
Bernard, ss 4 1 1 1 6
Napoleon, rf ..... 4 0 0 4 0
Parris, 3b 4 1 2 0 1
Prescott, cf 3 2 1 2 0
Austin, 2b 4 1 0 13
Osorio, E., lb .... 4 1 1 13 0
Mitchell, If 2 0 0 0 0
Cobos, c 3 0 0 6 0
Michalec, p 2 0 0 P 2
Just when everything was about
ready for the celebration, uo comes
the big bad wolf in the person of
one Jim Mlchaiic to stop the Beer
men right on the threshold of vic
tory. The Chesterfield riehthander
A in a display of courage and tenaci-
0 ty, let down the league-leaders
1 with three measly bin gles, beating
a mem 10 ine xune oi o.w ,
0 p. In- the first game of lastt night's
0 bargain bill, the Beermen ; looked
1 everything like champions, when
4 with the aid of three circuit wal
0 lops, two of them by Kansas City
0 star Hector Lopez and another by
0 Pepe Osorio, they powered their
0 way to a 5 to 2 triumph over Ches
1 terfield, to the deligrjt of the huge
-I throng in attendance, which from
28 1 o 24 & all appearance was a partisan one
30 6 5 27 12
ATTENTION TENUIS PLAYERS
SIGH UP NOW
; 3rd ANNUAL EL PANAMA
'INVITATIONAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Feb. 13 14 15 16 17
ENTRY BLANKS obtainable at the
Cabana & Tennis Club must be
filled out and returned
before 6 p.m. Feb.. S
ENTRY FEE $2. per player .each event
Play will be at night only
; Prizes for winners and runners-up
I Winners will be invited to play In the
2nd Annual El Panama International Tennis Tournament
A Kirkeby Hotel
Grenald struck out for Thome
Score By Innings
C. Balboa 000 000 0101 3
Chesterfield 300 300 00x 6 5
SUMMARY Errors: Moore
4, Cobos. RBI's: Parris, Prescott
2, E. Osorio, Cobos, Glenn. Earn-
ed runs: Chesterfield 4. cerveza
Balboa 1. Two base hits: Ber
nard, parris. Home run: Pres
cott. Doublenlavs: Moore. Kell
man, Gordon; Cl-arles, Lopez,
Gordon; Austin, Bernard, E. O O-sorlo.
sorlo. O-sorlo. stolen base: Glenn, pass passed
ed passed ball: cobos. Struck out by
Arthur 2. Thorne 1. Rrown 5.
I Michalec 8. Base on balls off Ar
thur 2, Thorne l, Micnaiec 4.
Left on base: chesterfield 3,
Cerveza Balboa 5. Pitchers' rec record:
ord: record: Trice 3 runs, 3 hits In 1-3
inning: Arthur 3 rum. 1 hit In
2 2-3 innings; Thome 0 runs, l
hit In 2 innings. Winnip pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Michalec (3-0). Losing pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Trice (2-2). Umpires: Hinds,
Moore and Thornton. Attend Attendance:
ance: Attendance: 5,938. Time of game: i.W.
Today Encanto -35-20
Bing Crosby-Grace Kelly
Frank Sinatra In
Paul Newman in
Today IDEAL 20 .70
Ann Sheridan In
"COME NEXT SPRING"
Sabu Chlqulta in
Big George Brunet, temperament
al southpaw of the Beermen shar shared
ed shared the honors with Lopez as he
set the Smokers down with five
scattered bingles, one of them be being
ing being Clyde Parris fifth home run
of the season. Brunet's record is
now five and three, with four of
his victories coming at the expense
or me uigarettemen.
Loser Jerry Davie, staggered a a-long
long a-long until the fourth inning when
Lopez hit his second home run, a
long blast over the center field
fence which put the score at 3 to 1.
A Pinkston single decreed his re removal
moval removal in favor of.Marcelo Gordon,
who was just in time to have Pe Pepe
pe Pepe Osorio unload his fifth round round-tripper
tripper round-tripper of the campaign to make
the score 5 to 1.
Lopez, with his i two boundary
blasts moved ahead in the homer
aerny with sev.jn. in second olace.
tied 1 with five apiece, are team
mates John Glenn and Pane Oso
rio. Chesterfield's ,Clyde' P a r 1 1 s
wim uve makes it a three-way tie.
Two of the Cerveza Balboa J home
runs were struck with a man on
base. ; ;
Many a si eh of disaoDOlnted was
heard among the Beermen sup supporters
porters supporters when the -lineup for the
second game for, Chesterfield was
announced and Hal Grote, former
all Southern Association centerfie
er game for Chesterfield was an
nounced Hal Grote. former all
Southern Association centerfielder
was left out. A fan remarked, that
it had to be at that precise moment
that the bmoker manager consent
ed to make his personal pride sub
ordinate to the welfare of the club
that he manages. Bobby Prescott
replaced Grote in center for the
PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Team "' Won lost
Balboa High School . 3
Lucky Strike ....... ... 2 1
Junior College 1 x 2
American Legion ...... 0 2
Amer. Legion vs Lucky Strike
2:00 p.m. Balboa Stadium
Tomorrow Night's. Game
Junior College vs Lucky Strike
American Legion and Lucky
Strike meet today at 2 p.m. at
the Balboa Stadium in the fust
Sunday afternoon- game of the
season. It will be (he first meet
ing between the second place
Luckies and the cellar dwelling
T.Pirtnn snffivrl ten flefpn.t.s
during the last week of play, lo;
ins to JC ana BHS, nut the late
itrance of tne team andtntir
Inability to set in shape in such
a short length of time had a lot
to do wtih the LPglonalres
winding up In ths cellar.
Although routed by Junnr
College in their first game by a
iu-to-3 score, vne Legionaires
came back with a better show show-in?
in? show-in? against Balboa High losing
a tough 4 to-3 decision to the
Schoolboys on Thursday night,
Manager Charlie Brown put
his charges through rigorous
workouts Friday and Saturday
getting ready for their first
meeting of the season against
the Smokers. Af- soon as the
squad irons out the kinks in
their arms and sharpen their
batting eyes, the team should be
in the thick of the battle for
the first half. The pitching staff
of Wally Trout, Sebastian cas cas-grande,
grande, cas-grande, Jack Love and Bill Pret Pret-to,
to, Pret-to, once in shnpe, should jive
the batters pleuvy of trouble.
Manager Abbie Flynn of
Lucky Strike will be out to get
his team back in a winning
stride after .osine the league
lead to Balboa High. The School Schoolboys
boys Schoolboys nut on a sixth-inning four-
ru nrally last -Wednesday night
for an 8-to-6 win to hand the
Luckies their" er.lyfcieleat in
three games; 1 ;i t
Editor:"; CONRADO SARCEANT
Cerveza Balboa 15 ,13
Chesterfield..;..."::. 15 .11
v,ana yieja.. ........ 12-
TODAY'S GAME At Panama
TOMORROWS GAME At Panama
Chesterfield (Robinson 5-4 or Osorio 4-1) vs. s
. Carta Vieja (Killecn 5-3).
. Game Time: 3 p.m.
LAST NIGHTS RESULTS-.(2)At Panama
Cerveza Balboa 5-1, Chesterfield ?-6.
Podres, Campy 2 Big
In Life Of Walter Alston
"It had to be something like an
act of congress to get that guy out
of there," happily remarked an
other Smoker fan.
Ft. Clayton Whips Kobbe 7-1
To Retain Lead Over Albrook
As Flyers Lose 9-7 to Amador
Fort Amador's Troopers taggediand Walters went to third Mike
a 9-7 defeat on Albrook's Flyers I Rivera brought Walters in with a
a game and a half behind league league-leading
leading league-leading Clayton which topped Fort
jvoDoe 7-1 in an afternoon paaf
Fort Amador staged a mangifi-
cent ninth inning rally Wednesday
night at Beam Stadium and went
on to win the game 9-7 with two
runs in the tenth inning.
Trailing 7-3 going into the ninth.
the Troopers blarted starter Stan
Hill and reliefer Bob- Hanson for
four runs to tie the game before
Dick Greenfield could come in to
retire the side. ,r
When Albrook failed to score in
their half of the ninth, the game
went into eirtr. Innings.
Bruce Nolan led off the Trooper
tenth with a single to center. Then
Bob Walten laid down a sacrifice
hit but Greenfield's throw to sec
ond was wide. With men on first
and second and no one out. Green-!
field ittemDtd a nick-off nlar Iti
first but his throw wos wild; No-I
lat. came all the way lo to score
4 THE EDDIE
. DUCHOf 8 TOBY
, in Cinemascope
FEUZ A AO
Sensational Double Program I
Burt Lancaster Oina -Lollobrlgida
Olivia de HavUland In
In grid Bergman
V tCTORI A
Ate THE THIEF
sacrmce and was xafp t first
wnen ine pitcher attempted to nab
aueri mi me piaie. Greenfield
got the next two batters out but
the damage had already been
Albrook made a futile attempt
to pull the game out of the fire In
the last of the tenth, but Bob
Stephensoiureplaced starter Jack
Kaps on the mound with two outs.
Stephenson Intentionally walked
the first batter, then be got Frank
Lucovic to pop up to end the
Fort Clayton's Cavaliers com combined
bined combined 11 hits with nine Kobbe er errors
rors errors to cope a 7-1 victory Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon at Bencher Stadi Stadium.
um. Stadium. i. i
Bill Cary went the route for the
Cavoliers giving Kobbe only eight
scattered singles as he racked uo
"ciury numDer nve. his record
is now 5-0.
Two singles, aa error and a Cy
uau proaucea two Clayton runs in
me second inning
Two errors, single and a field fielders
ers fielders choice brought in two more
Regular runs ia the fourth.
Three slneles. two error i aivf
fielders choice produced Calytoa's
final three tallies la the fifth. I
Kobbe 'i only run came in the
first inning. Ernie Lennon singled,)
advanced to second on sacrifice I
and scored on single by Hal Duf Duf-field.
field. Duf-field. j
Frank Jonas went. the route fori
Dick Johnson, classy ba ckstop
and Jerry Halman, the fancy
fielding, shortstop of Lucky
Strike, have been furnishing the
battiner Dunctv for the team so
far with Abbie Flynn, Jerry Hal-
sail and Al Lombana chipping in
now and tnen witn a. base nit.
Charley Hinz has split even Jn
two jrames with the High School,
winning the opener 4 to 2 with
a three-hitter, while sending 16
batters down on striked. But the
High School camp back to even
things up with Hinz and tie the
Luckies for first place last
Wednesday niiht handing Hinz
an, 8-to-6 loss Bert Joyce nas.
won one game in two appear appearances
ances appearances on the nvmnd, Jerry John
son will probably go to the
mound today for his first start
A win for Lucky Strike will put
them in a tie -r first place with
Balboa High nnn a loss win crop I
the Legion fuvthc-r down into
NEW YORK, Feb. 2 rUP:-There
are two big "ifs" today in the life
oi waner Alston.
One is a 24-year-old blond with
an aching back named Johnny
r-odres. The other is sore-handed
'If" the Brooklyn Dodeer man
ager can get a oainless narlav nut
ui wis uaueryin ine comine sea
son most or his pennant worries
ngure to be ended.
But that is the word he uses rt
peatedly when he talks about these
two men who mean so much to
the National Leaeue chamDions
With him it's "if" they can come
through and he almost refuses to
look beyond the possibility that
"Campy Is the big key to next
year and. how far we go," Alston
admitted as he looked ahead to
the onrushing season. "And the
manner ir. which the pitching staff
works out dependsto a .great deal
on whether Podres caa pitctk regul-
anjr. . fi
Campanella even at 35 "should
have a few years left in him" if
his hands are all right, Alston fig
ures. And certainly there is no
doubting Dut what the chubby
catcher who three times has won
the most valuable player award is
one of the most important spark sparkplugs
plugs sparkplugs of the Dodgers. i
"feels fine," he'll do it again.' But
it s one of Alston's big "ifs."
The other, of course, is Podres,
pitching hero of the 1955 World
Series whose two victories over the
Yankees finally carried Brooklyn
to its first world championship.
plagued by a bad back and, after
c jnaiunea on 10 service at con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the 1955 season, he was
inland out of Naval hospitals.
In the last few years before he
went into service, Podres seeked
to be able to pitch nine innings
and then be okav aft or
four lays rest," Alston recalled.
;u was a time at Montreal
when after pitching tin-en nr fnur
innings he might be out three or
Maybe now we'll
the World Series, maybe lieU 6e
t ism mm-,, regular lurm I've
ihought Wmaking Clem Labjne a
starter but, if .Podrea is all. right
then I may feel again that Labm
is more valuable in the bull pen." i
Thus for the Dnd
hinges on the physical wefl-belriff
""iiipaueua ana roares. t
Bothered by a bad hand last
season, Campanella fell off to a.
Alston Isn't among those who
think that ace has raueht im
the Brooklyn club. He admits be
faces a lot of juggling irj spring
training and that nobody can be
quHe certain where he will nlav.
219 batting average. It's signifi-1 But understand." his u v
cant that the Dodgers barely! while I'm not making any claims,
squeaked through in a close pen- Campy and Podres are in shape,
nant battle. Twice before after I don't see why we can't win It
having won M.V..P honors he has gain."
bounced back. The Dodgers are! f
hoping that, since undergoing sur-l "If" they are, that micht be the
gery and reporting that the hand I understatement of the sports year.
The probable starting
' Flynn, If
D. Johnsin, c
Bob Carlln, lb
' J. Johnson, p
W. Nicklshcr. 3b
Casagrande or Trout, p
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WEEK-END ATTRACTION I
V, !i,W' -lil: yit
1 l l,JF
" At 11.M rM. MIDXIGHT SHOW!
"SCARLET ANGEL" (in Technicofor)
Kobbe and was charted with the
High Riding Louisville
Stretches Win Streak
1 '-nfw YORK Feb. tUP) w-Thfei
Touisville Cardinal, riding a 10-
mfwipnLna streak, are ay out
eS?."aSSgpSS m& mm I baskets
h.Yi titk. nobody wants "best'
; team that won't go to -a pwvw
Last year coach Peck Hickman's
crew won the National Invitation
Tnuvnampnt. and this year they
would certainly rate another tour-
1 aey bid on the Basis oi weir i-
record after a 89-60 romp over the
University of Miami at .Miami,
V But the Cardinals are under a
' nnct.senunn ban for recruiting im-
; iwimiI hv th N.C.A.A. since the
; N.T.T. abides bv N.C.A.A eligibili-
ty rules, that makes the Cardinals
out of luck for either of the two
'. big postseason court carnivals
Right now Louisville's chief ri-
, vals for tne "au aresseo up ana
no place to go" award are seventh-ranked
Illinois, which is trail trailing
ing trailing eighth-ranked Ohio State in
the close Big Ten conference race
and ninth-ranked Iowa State, whicl'
has the unhappy task: of trying to
beat second-ranked Kansas out of
the Big Seven championship.
Louisville had little trouble with
Miami as stars Charley Tyra and
Bill Darragh scored 19 points each
and combined for a total of 35 re rebounds.
bounds. rebounds. The Cardinals drove to a
47-31 halftime lead and won easily
before 2.188 fans, Miami's largest
basketball crowd in three years.
Two other high-rated teams also
.. won last night lh-ranked Wake
Forest and 19th-ranked Duke as
each tried to, stay close, to top-
OUT OF DOORS
. SHOOTlNO SHCHOOLS t
' FOK'AU. ACES ,-t tf
' 1 sTy "WARrtfcfo loiV
One of the mbr pleasant pros-
pects, as 1957 grows into a full-
fledged year; is. the' thought that
. it will sea more and more devel developments
opments developments scattered rdundthe
country of the shooting sehool
No reason, when you come right
v down to it, why youngsters or ev ev-V
V ev-V en. men who've come 1o the reali reali-'
' reali-' cation that shooting is above all
, others a lifetime hobby shouldn't
, go for schooling of a professional
It's common knowledge that
half a. doten states have already
incorporated into the curriculum
for teen-agers instruction of a
, completely non-military sort with
There has been considerable
publicity given localized opera opera-tions
tions opera-tions like the highly successful
shooting and safety school run by
Williams Gun Shop, just outside
Flint, Mich., and by tbli t i m e
man and boy realize that it takes
. little scratching around to locate
. an NRS-affiliated rifle or pistol
club where instruction eomes both
free and willingly
A would-be scattergunner can
always get help, too, ranging' from
Shewing at Your Service
DIABLO UTS. 1:11
e. bregor Peck
v Jennifer Jones
"MAN IN THE GRAY
FLANNEL SCIT" ,.
Sam -AWAY ALL BOATS"
MARGARITA :1J- :S0O
Sun. "MAN IN THE
h i rr) -'
ALSO bHOWINO SUNDAY AND MONDAY I
"ROAD TO D ENTER
ranked Narth Carolina in the At
lantic Uoast tonierence race.
Wake Forest, whictt beat Duke
on Tuesday, downed Virginia, 73-
58, but came away disappointed o-
ver the laiiure oi jacsie muiuuc
to set a major college record for
consecutive free' throws., Dave
Ricketts of Duquesne set the new
mark at 40 straight Wednesday
night (and his streak still is "a
live.") Murdock had 37: straight
going into last night's game, but
missed his third attempt after
three minutes of play a shot that
would have tied Ricketts at w.
For consolation, Murdock tied Vir
ginia's Bob Harding for scoring
honors at 16 points.
Duke, which took second place
in ft. A.C.C. with its victory.
downed Maryland, 72-60, leading
comfortably almost all the way
Jim Newcome of Duke led al
scorers with 24 points.
In other leading games Thursday
night: St. John's of New York, an
N.I.T. probability, pushed its rec
ord to 9-4 with a 78-70 victory o
ver Pittsburgh as Dick Duckett o
St, John's and Don Hennon of Pitt
each scored 19: Oklahoma City set
its slate at 12-5 with an 84-70
romp over Wichita as six-10 Hu Hubert
bert Hubert Reed scored 24 and six-five
Leon Griffin tallied 23: Utah also
reached 12-5 with a Skyline Con
ference 86 60 rout of Colorado A
a M.: Brown nipped Harvard, 58-
56, in overtime in the Ivy League;
Temrie trounced Delaware, 87-57:
St. Peter's ran its perfect' record
to 13-0 with an 81-60 win over Sie
na; Xavier of Ohio trounced Loyo Loyola
la Loyola (Md.), 102-76; and Denver beat
Utah, in overtime and Montala
beat Wyoming, 64-60, In the Sky-
pure kibttzlng to serious instruc instruction,)
tion,) instruction,) raU the local' skeet r (ran
tlubv.even it he'hasnt lh where
witnai to visit the ranges at
Sun Valley or Sea Island or the
super-layouts Of Fieldale Farm
outside Chicago. Under one guise
or. another, we've got all manner
of shooting training going on.
But the bulk uf it is rantre train.
ing a matter of learning the
skills and the properly safe man-
ners of punching bullet holes in
paper or cracking clay birds. Not
much on field manners or practi
cal wngshooting, not yet.
The gimmick dreamed up by
a pheasant preserve operator.
John Martin of New Jersey's
Wingover Farms, may open up
this whole new field, however.
Martin has made arrangements
with Blair Academy, a few miles
from his acres, for a score or
two of interested youngsters to
come to Wineover for five ses
sions. A -week p;.rt,"the first four
are devoted to proper scattergun
handling subjects, from now to
transport gun over a stone wan
safely to how to swing on a high
Be nice to see Martin's plan
duDlicated wherever in this coun
try the commercial pheasant pre
serve operates wouianv ? v-
Center Theatres Today!
GAMBOA 8:15 -"FIRST
Sun. MIRACLE In he RAIN
"Blackack Katckwrn, Dara4"
Sun. "HARDER THEY FALL
Also Showing 6un.
1 8. 4 NT 4 CRUZ 15-804
"HELEN OF TROY"
The 16th Annual City Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament onens tonitrht at Diablo's
bowline center bat for a while
vou wont o abic to tell the
brass from the bai..
For on hand will be a fist fist-full
full fist-full of stand-ins rr generals
and admirals, and other as assorted
sorted assorted PanCanal Co. and mil military
itary military leaders to watch the
tournament jet off.
micht allevs full of coding
enthusiasts will also open the
tournament. wniia continues
until Feb. 8.
Zone Gov. W. E. Potter piob-
ahlv will pet the rr.eetlnK start
ed by rollTne; tne fm't ball: but
If the governor can't Make it,
then his aide. MiJ. Davkl H.
Smith, will handle honors.
Teams seeing actlt.-n tonight
include Anchors, CPO, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Force, Margarita Men,
Agewood, El Panama, Seymour
AgencyAces,1 Austin. Atlanti Atlanti-cos,
cos, Atlanti-cos, and Classic Classic-Beginning
Beginning Classic-Beginning time 7 pm. for
the PanCanal Bowling Associa Association's
tion's Association's affair. Thcrs is no admis admis-slon.
slon. admis-slon. Fastlich
Team Won Lost Pet.
Ocelots ..3 1 -750
palomas 2 1 .689
Pumas 2 2 .500
Conejos 2 1 .400
Macaws 2 3 .;uu
Perlcos l '3i
Macaws Edge Ccnejos
The Macaws with McGowin
pitching a six-hitter, wop yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday afternoon at the Fast Fastlich
lich Fastlich diamond with some help in
the runs department by Watts
who hit for the circuit with two
mates on the bases In .the first
Inning: Bleakley started for. tho
Conejos but was' relie-cd by
Kltpper aftet tw0tvrere, flown-in
the' top Ot the; third,
The Conejos 'scored 'all three
runs in tha third after two were
out. Chassln walked, parker sin singled,
gled, singled, Scott doubled, Miller, was
safr on a bobble and Xlipper
singled. McGowin got three of
the next six batters to face him
via the strikeout route, forced
one to pop up to third base ana
the remaining two v,eht rown
on a double play from Chase to
Pierson to Stielau. The q ncjos
also turned In a doutfeplayln
the second to end the inning
wtih runners on second ana
third, from Brandon to Chassln
to Miller. .
The Macaws tool: two-run lead
in the third on a single by 13"
Londes who scored when Corrl Corrl-gan
gan Corrl-gan singled. The palons and
pumas will meet for the first
time this season m 'o.day's
game. A win for the palomas
would see them share first place
honors with the Oce'.ots.
DesLondes and Watts -7re the
leading hitters fr.r the Macaws
with 2 for 3. Fo- ihe Conejos,
Parker had a periect day getting
3 for 3.
The box score:
DesLondes If 3 2
Stielau lb .,
Boswell rf ..
Williams. M. 2b
Parker rf, 3b
! Miller lb
Klipper 3b, p
Brandon sg ...
Hera. J. rf
SUMMARY Home, runs:
Watts. 2 base hits- D'sLow'.-s.
Scott. Strikeouts by Bleakley In
a a-S Innings 4. Mctwwin 7.
Walks off Bleakley 6. Klloper 0.
McOowln 3. Earned runs. Ma Macaws
caws Macaws t), Conejos 3. Umpire.':
4 ';f fo k -X;v; L.,...
, ; a ,,. ;,; f
SWINGING IJr AttiJa Takach executes the swing around on the side horse -.under the
Amerrcan flag in 'the University of Pennsylvania's Hutchinson Gym Takach is one of ev ev-rral
rral ev-rral i?ungarnan Olympic, gymnasts tourmg Jhe cduntry to raise funds for Free Hungarv
" v- 1 r O i i '
ARMED FORCES LITTLE ) Hauser 2b
. LEAGLE - jLum, R. If
VoxfurHav n,ftenoon at Cocoa i ,
West Bank and Caribbean com
mand battled to a nme run tie.
Both teams commute! jour er-;
rors and canoooan uommajiii
trot nine hits and West .Bank
Peterson went ie aii"c i"i
the West Bank boys and
up In addition to the nine hi:s,
ten bases on balls ar 1 sVuck out
an equal numDr n
trouble came in '.he secona in in-nine
nine in-nine when a tofel of four hns
anf five walks neM ..x runs
for Caribbean command aim in
the last inning, leoiiing by two
runs Rowan, cca pucner
nad three for four. aouDiea, kus
got on by an errov of the first
baseman, Lewis d.iuMed, Peter
son Still on me ukiuiiu suuwn.
out Schoomaker ana kuss
and pitching to jnork stop Tre Tre-vathan
vathan Tre-vathan the ball got. away from
the, catcher and thSfSyhig ruiv
was aeross the plats.) After T-
yathanwalReo, pe'e rore ovi
and struck'out Rlchniosorl.
Dnmn io 'we.it the distance
fof Caribbean cotrirand and Jr.
addition to the eiBhthtti. struct
out six men and gave up .x
walks. Among tho hist given up
by Rowan was a iwo Dagger vy
Gene Linfors. Extra base hits
given up by Peterson were dou doubles
bles doubles by Rowan and first baseman
Lewis, both of these boys get getting
ting getting three' for four.
Leading hitters in the game,
in addition tu Row. and Lewis,
were Scbultz two icr iour, un un-fors
fors un-fors two for fonr pace two for
two, Peterson and Bibbo one
This tie represent xne segoi u
game mat win ohvb tu oe o o-played
played o-played before the beginning of
vi. itonnii half and West Bank
is involved in both, having tied
five all with Amnios jasi wce.
As soon as the leue officials
decide on playln date for these
games an announ;cment wla be
made In this column,
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Stanainrs Jan. 3D)
Coco Solito Cubs
Mutual of Omaha
Coca Cola Bottlers
Coao Solo Braves
Mutual of Omaha and the Co Coco
co Coco Solo Braves battled down to
the wire on Monday afternoon
at Margarita Little League
Field, with the Mutual boys put put-tine
tine put-tine a rn nacross in the bottom
or the sixth to take a 1 to 0 de
cision over the Braves
The bat of Wayne Hardlsty
kept Bud Walnlo from a no hit,
no run game. Hardisty's niield
hit was the only blot m Wal Wal-nio's
nio's Wal-nio's record as he struck out 14
batters and was never In can can-throughout
throughout can-throughout the content, wal-
"inio's mound work had to oe
"jgood as the graves pitching
0 1 combination of Seaboit and Hr.
Oidlstr limited the Mutual, to on
ly one run.
Rusty Field tripled n
sixth, giving wanlo the oppor
tiinlty of winning fcis own gmc.
which he did by HUhia Field m,
with the wlnnin" run. The win
was Wainlo's f-st m three
sUrts, while Hardlsty was charg charged
ed charged with bis fourth lots
. Tia Kav ci(ro
Cec Sol Brave, b H E,
Seaboit P, 3b
3 0 0 O
Hardisty 3b, p
Ollphant 2b ..
Hakanaon rf ..
Sharlca If ....
2 0 C 0 Baranlck cf
.3 0 0 Henrtques 2b
.3 0 11 Rainey rf
.2 0 0 oJodlce lb .
n a a i
1 o O
. 1 f-
.2 0 9
19 0 I
Mates! Of Omaha
Buna 3b ......
Bath lb .......
2 0 0
BUliSOD Cf .....
1 0 0 o:
1 0 0 0;
1 0 n 0
Brlana rf ......
Seeley 2b ......
ZQ 1 3 1
Score by Innings
no(i uoo o i l
00C 001 I 3 1
Two boys pitching for the first
time ,met Tuesdny afternoon as
the Police Pals downed the Co
ca Cola Bottlers to 4, giving
Kenny Karpinski nit first pitch pitching
ing pitching win as Ricky Peterson took
his first loss.
Both pitchers show promise
with Karpinski looking very good
in limiting the Bottlers to rour
bingles. Karpinski also fielded
his position well, especially as
he threw out Sanders on a hard
hit ground ball.
Wilder and petTson each col collected
lected collected a double, the only extra
base hits of the day. Only Russ
Watson and Mickey MCElhone
were able to arathei- two hit ns
both pitchers kept the hits well
scattered. ( ,j
The box score:'
Coca Cola Bottlers
Hutchinson 3b ...
, Totals 10 4 4 10
jongblded cf 3 1 I
McElhone ss 3 1 2
Karpinski p 3 1 1
Smith If .X 3 1 0
Watson 2b 3 2 2
Griffith rf 2 0 0
Coffin lb 3 2 1
Brayton 3b 2 0 0
Carpenter c 3 0N
Barber rf 1 .1 1
Crump 3b 1 1 1
Score By Inntngj
The Coco Solito Cubs like Old
Man River keep rrr.ht on roiling
along as the: reginered their
sixth win of the season by de defeating
feating defeating the Pirafs 8 to 2 in a
game played on Wednesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. For three lnn'nfjM the Pirates
led 1 to 0 in a weil plrvved eaine
In the fourth however, the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates could do n 'thl"t ntfht,
and by the time the Ir.nlng was
over the Cubs had seven runs
and the game 'l wrepped up.
Three doubles werP hit .n t')
came, one each by Cortea. Hick-
ey and Baranlck
The Cubs played tneir ftrstjpanded board of directors yesier-
game without trelr star tmrdiday at a superenargea siocunoia siocunoia-baseman
baseman siocunoia-baseman Joe Hill wno ha rw v ers' meeting at which the club's i
ea vO tne ricurc muv. nni WHBiDiggesi uiuiiuudi ..(
batting .388 at te time of his
departure and leaves a soot hard,
to fill Joe Koch, wno took osr
Hill's position played well in the
field and rot one oT his team's
The nor score-
Coco Solito Cub Ab II R
Heffner If 4 1 I
Eberens If 0 0
McNamee as 41 0
' Totals 25 .8 1,1
0 1 Chin c ? ; ?
i I Alberga as I 2
liHUty 3b s .0 o
Scheidegg lb sou
will if o
OlMurray rf z 7 0
0 Sanders rf .. 1 B 0
O hrlstoph p 2 0 "0
I Hlckey 2b o .. 2 0 1
TotaU SI 1 3 4
Scare By I"nB
Cubs OOO "14 8 3
Pirate a C3 01 X. 3 4
By BOB COUSY
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION : In football, if an
end leaps to catch a pass near
the sideline, nabs the ball in
bounds, but comes down out of
bounds it is not legal. In basket basketball,
ball, basketball, a player can leap after a
ball which is out of bounds and
knock it back-in play as long as
it has not touched the floor. Why?
Answer: It's simply the make make-ud
ud make-ud of tha rules. In baikttball, tha
location of a player I determined
. 1 T .i 41
Dy wnara na is raucmng ina Tivor.
Laacino, ha retains tha status h
had Whan last 'touching the floor
mi 4mr if haundarv Unas 00.
Q. In game with North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, New York University play players
ers players consistently guarded Bill
Hathaway standing behind the
center and a shade to his side
and settine one arm In front of
the Tarheel bv sticking it below
his- armpit. Isn't this an illegal
wnv nf truardine? Hal Wischert.
A. Referees have not called this
illegal except whan a violation
comas as a result. It Is a good
way to guard a tall man and
since biggar players have become
commonplace, it has baan all
commonplace. It has baan allow
ad. At jna time, however, you
couldn't do it.
Q. Is there such a thing as a
set plans any more except for the
a c.r. riuh worlci definite
patterns and plays, but nobody is
restricted to mam n
shot comas up.
In Hat Direcforale
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (UP)
FBI Chief J. Edgar Hoover's one-,
;m on.iiHntP for baseball com-.
missiorer emerged today as the
strong man of the Washington
baseball club's reorganized direc directorate.
torate. directorate. .
Tho tittle man (5 feet. 7 inch
es) with the big voice is C. LeOi
de Orsey. He is a nced Washing-1
ton tax lawyer and financial
brain-truster for TV star Arthur'
Godfrey, former Notre Dame foot football
ball football coach Frank Leahy, actress-,
es Dorothy Lamocr and Marlene
Dietrich and others. j
De Orsv was elected to an ex-i
Gabriel Murphy expioaea an ine
Mumhy quit his 120.000 a year.
iob as treasurer and coard mem member
ber member with a searing indictment of j
the club'j administration. He ac
cused club president Calvin Gnf-I
E fith of lacking leadership and,
something new has been added!
at our so-popular .
it's the CAROL GREAVES TRIO
now playing from mrdnita to 4:30 tun.
Frank Lane Says Baseball
Legislation Only Answer'5"
To Yankees Supremacy
NEW YORK, Feb. 2 (UT-) Out! "Sure it might hurt us tempor tempor-spoken
spoken tempor-spoken Frank Lane of the Cardin- arily," he admitted, "but in the
nals said todav the only
in th Vanlfs' snnremacv is base
ball legislation which would help
the "weak" catch up with the
strona. us good fcr Daseoaii in a general
"The way baseball's rules ar! sense. I'm 100 per cent for it."
set ud now. where a club cam
keep title to a player seven year:
and still not give him a chance to
play in the majors, a team like
the Yankees' stands to benefit
most," Lane said.
"Clubs like the Podfers and
avan the Cardinals alta figure
to profit tremendously because
they have big farm systams,"
ha added. "But where does that
leave taams Ilka tha Senators,
Athletics and Orioles?"
Under the present set-up. the
way Lane sees it, a ball club can
keep title to a player in the mi minors
nors minors four years and option him
out three more years in addition,
making a total of seven years
that such a player is prevented
from playing with another big
league cl .b that mtf.'ht want him.
A lot of tne weaker clubs in
the majors would love to be able
to use some of those fellows who
are bem? kept in the minors, but
since they don't own title to those
i i ,..
Dlayers, they can't get them
love or money," Lane said
t j ui,- ,!
Ll 1?! J.6,818 10" r
four vears in the minors and then
isn't kesr on the ma.ior league
roster of the club which owns ti
tle to him, then all the other clubs
would have a chance to buy his
Lane realizes his proDOsal might
even hurt his own club, the Car Cardinals,
dinals, Cardinals, right now since they have
numerous players In their farm
system, but he feels It would help
everyone in Msehs'l. the players
included, ;n th long run.
charged incompetence and "waste
and irregularities in the handling
of the club's funds.
De Orsev's election to the board
came less than a month after
Mrs. Clark Griffith, widow of the
long-time Washington club presi president,
dent, president, retained him as family attor
ney. As Mrs. Griffith's lawyer and
representative on the board, de
Orsey -becomes a power in the
Mrs. Griffith controls the Grif
fith family stock in the club 51
per cent, or controlling interest as
such, she controls the destiny of
GRAND BULLFIGHT ON SUNDAY at
1st Row $10.00-
2nd and 3rd Rows .... 8.00
General Admission .... 3.0C
2nd and 3rd Rows.
TICKETS ON" SALE at La
Travel Agency. Hotel El Panama and at tbe Plata de Toros
4 MEXICAN BULLS 4
NEGRO SANTA CRUZ
and VALENCIA III
ivcry FRIDAY ind SATURDAY .. ; 7
In the ajr-condrtiontd Balboa Bar!
Join tht latt Crowd for Club 4:30 fun
and receive nightcap on-the-house at 430 a.m.
CAROL alse lars U aiaate
II pjsu U X aja. Saa- Ties, VTed. Tbara.
answeriiinai analysis H wouiu ue guvq ic. i
1 us as well
as everyone eise.'-Be;-
sides, I think it would be a goed
thing for baseball and if anything
ball officials agree
idea Is a sound ana bat thoi, )
teem to be reluctant to veto for
"The 'have-nots' think it's a
great idea," said the Cardinals'
progressive minded general-"
manager, "but the 'have .'
naturally, aren't ie mesh In fa-"
vor of it.
"Some of the stronger clubr!
think sure, that would be swell"'-'
when we're not going so good, but"
right now that we're loing okay"'
we don'l want it What they fail''
to realize is that it would help
them, too, some day in the future
when maybe they weren't going
Lane lus proposed his idea-nv
I the past but hasn't been able'fi
win over a majority of his broth brother
er brother basebal officials.
"Like I say, the weaker club
f,1" ZrT&vrJ?? H
in sure they d vote for it. But
1 -II t IA. tt i m
vuicB vi uie weaner ones ana SO
r nothing has been done
votes of the weaker
Claw As Pros
UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa.
(NEA) When Penn State turns
out a football player, he stands
That s how it appeared this sea-
son when three former Nittany.
Lions took honors for play in the,.,'.
National Football League.
Rosey Grier, the big tackle, won
All Professional honors for hard- iZ
hitting defensive play with 1 1? i
champion New York Gi ant's:'
Chuck Drazenovich, who led. Penn,
State's Cotton Bowl teanr 10 ears .r
agoh was named the most valuX'-,
able player on the Washington;
Lenny Moore, the scatback of
1955's Nittany club, was name d?- i
the too Drt rookie for his play a""
a Baltimore Colt.
1st Row 14.00
2nd and 3rd Rows ... 3.00
General Admission .. 1.50
.. ,.$8.0O-.. 5.00
Concordia Pharmacy, Tivoll
C4MP BIERD :I5-7:J "Blackjaclt Kftf ham Vewymi0
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY t, 1957 1
THE PANAMA AMEBICAJI AN INDEPENUrKT DAItYNEWSP APER
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR ADAT14 DIFFERENT' LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR ACENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57-" H STREET," PANAMA
General Aeent -, f
Gibraltar T If e Ins. Cq. v
for rates and MormaXiaat
Tel. Panama ?-055s v
CHU DRETT & fiENERAJU
Dr. R,; EJsenmann
Dr: Ci E, Fabrefu
C.8. Santal-Madleal PjHnh
Tlvoll (4 of July) Ave. ZAM
(opSH. W School pUvpound)
Tel. 2-2011 Panam
..uabti llAXTER. S. A
Phone, 2-2451 2"2
3 to 5 p.m. Phona 2-24.51
or ha appalntmawt,, y
.. flnr down'
Slafus 01 ?!and
Satisfies PR Chief
can TITAN P ft., Feb 2 (UF)
. Go Lu'S ioz Marin said tod.) j
that Puerto, Rico's present com i
J monwealth status is the una. so
I t tion to the problem of the f ?
relationship. ( wiU, the WMa
relationship wun w &1 &1-States,
States, &1-States, insofar is coawrtfr
" ran sales mccuw"'
.5" rJ. Th- drtnrs to a differ,-
f r "wTtor the island
are open legally, heyare
ed as tar as 1
Hp exD)ained his statement tc
He cxui"-u orfi ha(
mean nai mmunij
every legal right to persist in ine
efforts for a cbange ln-the,statuf
... a u .niitt nnncinprf 1
,1" "1 ;wr tn nprsist in theirwn issuea 10 canai employes yes
'every iesi V6" 5 .
Z rmoSwStiorto be
'n Matterff Dog
t CLEVELA PP) -V
was a happy U -the .Laddie
;Pujzdar household' hen. tfeam-
Hy was B'ven uB ,v -.
ways wuwu,,ry'.- ;t
dars found ad-?bee.Out
At first tlJ'-ttUWht'tBe --small
bundle of fur was' a chow, and
Diane Pujzdar nmed the pet
tt un u.mKa h.H a rnunrl nose
floppy ears and a curly tail but
dia not stay that way long.
In three months Ha moo's snout
ent lone, his ears got pointed and 1
his tail became straight and
bushy. His1 redish-brown coatjl
turned almost completely red.
Hambo was- a red fox.
The Pujzdars drove, Hambo out 1
into the country and let him 'go.
But when they started to drive
off. he began to cry like a baby
... a baby fox.
So Hambo went back with the
: LEGAi NOTICE
' Unites' States DMrtct Court For The
Dlsrlct of The Cnml Zae
Aurelio Molina, ri al. Libelants. v
.S.S. Gobbled or, Respondents. No. Wit
'- In Admiralty
By virtu of an Order tf Sale Issued
out of the '.United State District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone, on
January 22,- 1SS7, notice Is hereby liven
that I wilt, sell by public auction.. for
cash, on Fridar. February a. 1BST; at
I o'clock am. at the United States.
Dtstrirt Cdurt. Cristobal. OnaJ Zone,
the SS. Gnhelednr. her enalnesrc botl botl-erm
erm botl-erm machihry,t nat. trttti'ob'!.
arHjurt.nartars apd .fr"trur. a" n
now lies in the vGrWobsf -rjsts," .Ots-
;t6l Hsbor. Cfil Irmi..
- The S S. 3frledor eras built In Ttam Ttam-hur.
hur. Ttam-hur. Cermtmr. tr K. rVvraiire. lit' ts" ts"-Gross
Gross ts"-Gross tonrme. ltJiH net. length
m ft. Wldlb. !M.4 ft., Deerfh, 1 ft.
nrsft. WAf 1M maxlntum-. -Trlnle est-
' oanMnn cnpjnnrj three cylinders, two
boilers. it j. -i,
X Tat furrhW ifnformstloiw' address the
Ioirilc at Onrwer J. Balboa
. -United Stataa Marshat-
r Aneon. Canal Tom
'January 2 U&T-
W. always have esiaa INTf'rtl.i
etasrea, rs-e aak4 PABTS. Wtrk.
cwkaHsers, aHrays .van-
Cewtral te-iea, awsnr EcsJrte Ttiewtrr.
Agendas Internal. d,Pu6licoiont
- No. I Lottery Plate t.
Casa 'zalwS;':: ":
Central Ave. I
FOR SALE: Overuf fed plattie
'living room set, (actional: 2
ehair, table, foot stool. 8431 Ei Ei-pe,
pe, Ei-pe, Margarita. Phona 3-3126.
FOR SALE: 9-ft. General Elec Elec-trie
trie Elec-trie refrigerator, 60-Cycle, good
. condition, $65. Phona Albrook
221. Quartan 133-A.
FOR SALE: Living room let, '4
piecat $25; Bush radio, 6 bands,
25 and 60 cycles $10; contour
chair $15; bookcase, center ta table
ble table $7.50. Fourth of July Ave- 1
nue Np. 14-10, Apt. 12.
FOR SALE: Oarnboo ,.t: sofa,
chairs, hassock, table $35; Sim Simmons
mons Simmons sofa-bed $30; Simmons
chair $25; misc. tablet and
chairs from $1 to $5; nest of ta table
ble table $10; dining room table, six
chairs $100; four-poster bed bedroom
room bedroom suite, 5 pieces, $125;
child's" dresser $30; stove $30;
washing machine $50; and many
other household articles. Call 3 3-0972.
0972. 3-0972. Calle Colombia No. 6,
.OR SALE; 4 dining room
chairs, 2 chests of drawers. 1
. sideboards porch shadei, "other
odds aad ends. House 8455, Al-
.-.jcort St;', Margarita.
FOR 5AI.E: Davenoort sofa,
very good condition $80; also 2
lid tables. Phone 3-3396. V
FOR SALE: ors between Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nur-vo rM Rio Abajo. Tele Tele-hon
hon Tele-hon 3-1897.
OR SALE OR RENTI 3-bed-
room house at 105 First Street,
Las Cumbret. Phone 25-3121.
1 1 1 1 ...... .in
upport Of DAR-Sponsortd American
HBtbry MbntlfPiMISmed By Potter
'Support of ttlvbbservancft of A-1'
merican History -Montn during eD-
ruary has been tirged by Gov. W.
E. Potter in an information bulla-1
, f rooI mio oe.
the bulletin, ,e Governor
that schools, churches, clubs, civic
group.' and' all residents of the
Canal Zone join in the movement!
sponsored both in the Canal Zone
and in the Uniter States, by the
Daughters of the American Revolu Revolution.
tion. Revolution. The complete text of the bulletin
"For the 1 second sccees,sive year
the. National Society Daughters of
Rpvoution and th.
TWiB - 1, fi.h4 rv,,tor nin .mi
pianebring a movement to stimul stimulate
ate stimulate greater interest in American
bisfpry'partfeularly through every
State af the United States and
through the Canal Zone jointly ob
serving February as American His-
CIPPI Id (53 P3
k a f cg c
WEEK EN D
1:02. 2:22, 5:44, 7:25,
(f 0,75 8 40
8 kind of
.1 s himself
14' ; :1Ls
1 srii :v
I q,o (Joday) mm t
S -TN- A
NTs. V ;9
I g DANA ANDREWS
v sMiaTi nwifli s,fraus;
I t MJ M 2? 3
182 La CarramuUIa
No. IS "B" Strct
FOR SALE: 1956 4-door Bel Bel-Ait
Ait Bel-Ait Six. India ivory over blue
turquoise, custom upholstery,
ww tires. For price and demon demonstration
stration demonstration appointment, call Jim
Hagan, Margarita 3-1071.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford 4-door.
excellent condition, radio, tun vi visor,'
sor,' visor,' new tires, solex glass, fender
., skirta, 13,000 miles. Mousa ,-
- ..SiUfV- viaoio. rnona x-aiy i.
FOR SALE: Duty paid 1950
Hydramatic Cadillac sedan "62."
Low prices See Tropical Motors,
FOR SALE: 1949 2-door Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet sedan, new rebuilt angina,
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, ona
owner. Phona Balboa 2-4278.
FOR SALE: 1947 Oldsmobile
4-door sedan, $150. Balboa 2 2-3630.
3630. 2-3630. FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
B;l Air, 34,000 milet. whit
. aidewall tires, radio and heater.
.''Can be financed.. 83-4147,
: 2I54-C, Curiindu.
FOR SALE: 1953 Vauxhall
English Chevrolet $450.' : 83 83-4147.
4147. 83-4147. 2154-C, Curundu. V
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge Coro Coronet
net Coronet 4-door sedan, black; good
condition, wsw tires, excellent
value $350. House 5758-B, Si Si-bert
bert Si-bert 5t-et, Diablo. Phona Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4138.
FOR SA'E: 1956 Oldsmobile
Super 88 Hardtop, 4800 actual
mileage, hydramatic, p e.w a r
brakes, power steering, many
other accessories. New condition.
Dr. Ralph Adams, Balboa 6457.
'"'rtJcognizing .tBaV it Is an In
calculable advantage for one to
master the sto.y of the heritage of
mankind In nrrlM- tn lparn tn inHo.
true values today; that it is of ex
.,.. ....... 'r-"-
tnm imnnrtana tn Imnr... .mn
the nation's children a feeling of
love of country, and of pride in our
history; more, ft is a duty as re responsible
sponsible responsible citizens to have an inti
mate knowledge of our historical
past in meeting the issues which
.now contront us; and,,
''Deeming it appropriate indeed
mat tne birth month of Washington
and Lincoln is an ideal time to
place special emphasis upon, the
values bequeathed to all .succeed
ing- generation by the great lead leaders
ers leaders of the nation;.'. t,
"I, therefore, urge that schools.
churches,' clubs, civic groups, and
individuals in the Canal Zone lend
effective support to the observ
ance of American History Month
13 m PI Pit
1S B 3f 4g 8 A
R E L E A b t-b
"mQBY DICK". & I
T E C N 1 C O t O R 15 I
S JE7 S 5 1 I
4th of Jul Aa. J a.
i It -?v a1 '- 1 A II
' .' ('I a-1
Aw. Tiroll 'No 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1DOS
-, lit Central Ave.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Art you vacation bound? Lot Jim
keep your car till March 30. Jim
Hagan, Margarita 3-1071.
FOR XALI: T.V. 21 -inli CI
60-cycla, floor mod I. Balboa
3144....- ',,.. i-.vj
FOR -SALE :Horsa, gelding or
a wap", for tnvaller horse. Phono
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.l re receiver,
ceiver, receiver, 6 soil sets, crystal cali calibrator
brator calibrator and F.M. unit $270. 8431
Eapava, Margarita. Phan 3-
FOR SALE: 21" television,
used 6 months, 60-cycla, tropi tropi-calixed,
calixed, tropi-calixed, $175 cash. Call Amador
82-5214 after 4:00.
FOR SALE: McGregor shirts
and pants. Jain our Merchandise
Club.' The best. Baxar Madrid,
Central Avenue No. 65.
Tha LA FLOR DE CALIDONIA
STORE announces the opening of
its rtady-mada clothes section,
where special items for tha earn earning
ing earning carnival season are offered.
Available for gentlemen are em embroidered
broidered embroidered shirts in diff(snt
styles. For ladies ar blouses,
skirts and embroidered poller
exclusively designed by Ludigra Ludigra-ma.
ma. Ludigra-ma. La Flor da Calidonia, No.
26-36; Central Ave, Phon 2-
4882..: .''--. '-; fVi
. -..ir---- -,j
L e 1 B 1 ki I
musr sp.fl. tssiiin, stgrwa rseu rseu-man,
man, rseu-man, 39th Street No. 414, Bella
NEEDED- Girl to ear for chil children.
dren. children. MfitUv. in. Apply Apt. A,
f f difieio, Sosa, ,44Hi ?trt anaf
-..-Avo.;, Colombia': '4 .V
Issue Of Aircraft
For Army Reserve
The Department of the Army
has approved the issue beginning
next summer of aircraft to the
Array Reserve on an Initial basis
of up to three light planes for
each u.5. Army .Reserve combat
It is anticpated that L-19 air
craft will' be, available to each
combat division, which has the ca
pability of. .receiving, operating
arid, maintaining them. There are
presently 10 Armr- Reserve com
The L-19 is a two-place aircraft
which is used primarily for obser
vation, liaison and courier mis
Advantaees tn the Armv Re-
sprvp Droeram include: increased
interest and improved training for
Army Keserve aviators; neserve
aviators will be flying the type of
airrraft nsprl In th annual sum
mer training program and in e e-vent
vent e-vent of mobilization, and unit air aircraft
craft aircraft will be an inducement for
mnr niialiflr-H Reservists to par
ticipate actively in the aviation
Th issiip nf aircraft to tne Ar
my Reserve is also expected to
increase the interest of enlisted
Reservist mechanics and Dermit
rrore realistic training program
fne thnse nersnnnel.
Division officers will have the
nnrmrtun itv tn become familiar
with the capabilities of the air
craft and tne results 01 mis in increased
creased increased familiarity are expected
to be reflected In the divisions'
It is planned that the aircraft
win tu .oeectihla to all Armv Re
serve aviators, regardless of unit
nt Sums exceotions will
occur, however, and civilian con
tract flight training will naye vo
continue in some areas.
For InvlforatlH outdoor life
bep In vow ear and drive to
at 4000 ft. Health-Klvin air.
Wire year reservation.
1J. Reconditioned alasnlnam
Venetian blinds, -mint rree
with yellow ribbon, 36 x ft.
One (1) Bueaeher Tenor
Sax with 'eas,'' very -food
-Two (t) mattre wltn
1951 4 -door Special Delaxe.
A-l condition, new ttres, and
foot control aatomaUo radio.
6216Lo Rlos." San Migxel
rt Balboa 4239.
i a i irrri i i ki rn icr cnn o ck x Lriu uckiT i d cronxr i
ATTENTION. Q. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartment. I,
1 2 bedroom, hot, celd water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bdroom apart apart-'
' apart-' mnt. Alberto Navtrre Ave., El
Cengrejo. Phone 3-1982. ,';
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment with two maio bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, very largo living and. din-
ing room, kitchen, laundry, ;
maid' room and bath, hot water,
etc. Apt. completely screened
and located in Bella Vista. Goad
residential section. Rent: $150.
Phono Panama 3 0763 or 2 2-0027.
0027. 2-0027. FOR RENT Furnished 3-bed-'
room apartment, maid's vtoom,
independent. 50th Street and
16th Street, Paitilla. Phona 3 3-1897.
1897. 3-1897. FOR RENT:- Modern furnished
apartment, two bedrooms, two
baths, living-dining room, hot
water. Ecuador Avenue No. 20.
Phone 3-1373 or 3-0887.
FOR RENT: Modem apartment,
6 closets, 2 bedrooms, living
room, dining room, kitchen,
porch, garage., 46th Street East
No. 2-61. Phono 3-1423.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment in duplex house, garag,
faifccd yard, Paitilla Airport area.
Call Clayton 6-206.
FOR RENT: Largo apartment,
living-dining room, porch, two
bedrooms, largo kitchen, maid's
room, 2 bathrooms, garage $1 15.
Call Panama 3-3338.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart- :
ment tor two 'or three month.
51st St. No. 38, Bella Vista. Call
3-0782. v i ;,,-
Wanted to Buy
WANTED,- -Washing machine.
25-cycle.; Phone 3-2427, Cri-tobal.-,
SfcSsd Feb. 21
A barn dance and canal ex excursion
cursion excursion Is being sopnsored by
the St Christopher's choir .Guild
on Thursday, Feb. 21 beginning
at 8:00 p.m.
A sner-lftl train will leave Pan.
ama for Qamboa and will return
to Panama following the trip.
The nominal fee eharo-ert for
each ticket will entitle the bear
er to the boat trip ana aance,
and to free transportation on
the train. ''"
neadllne for .securing tickets
has been 'set for Feb. 15., Some
tickets are still available at the
church and from members of
the Choir Guild. Those interest
ed In making the trip should se secure
cure secure their tickets without delay.
Dotes On Alcohol
r.ns ANfiF.T.ES run Man
may not be able to live on alcohol
ulnne thnueh -some trv but" the
University of California at Los
Angeles has uncovered a little
member of the lower echelon of
tie animal kingdom that can
Its name Chilomonas and its
ability to rive, on alcohol alone
mates it. an .Meat suhiert fox uni
versity scientists studying bow
certain organisms, develop resist resistance
ance resistance to certain- drugs. Tbei"al Tbei"al-enhnlir"
enhnlir" Tbei"al-enhnlir" oreanisms are able to -de
velop an Immunity to sulfa drugs
in the second generation necause
of unknown chemical changes,
which are being studied.
Kir J ; I.
ROBERT RYAN I AM ffFKBERG """"
A gsOaxy of HoUywood's relgrunr tar a.s TH
tic sparkle to RKO'a tatimate adventure film, ,"3ack rrom
EteIpopular Robert Ryan has one of th picture's top
roles.. Lovely Anita Ekberg, celebrated blonde beauty, u
headlined, and Rod 8telger portrays the producUon s most
controversial character. '"' '' w tvnm
..Produced and directed By John Farrow, -Back From
J. fee, do la Oai Ave. Ma. 41
Jests Aroeemena Ave. aad IS SL
' FARMACIA VAM-DER-JIS
M Street Na. '5
FOR RENT: 2-flooring nous,
unfurnished, -with 2 bedrooms, 2
bath, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, garag, maid's room, laundry
porch, garden. Available Febru February
ary February 15; also furniture to tall if
desired. Rent $100. No. 12 13th
Street, San Francisco. Phone 3-
21 81, -V H. ..
FOR RENT -2-bedroom chalet!
big back yard.fall fenced. 7th
Street, Golf Height. Information
Phone 2-2407, 3-3641.
WANTED: Chevrolet or Ply Plymouth.
mouth. Plymouth. ,1949 to 1952. Phono
Survey Reveals 250 Handicapped CZ Kids;
Gradual Rehabilitation Program Advocated
A preliminary survev fonrluet,
ed by teachers of the Canal Zone
scnoois nas identified about 250
children .with handicapping condi
tions,; Dr. Bay-Graham told an au
dience, last night at the Diablo
Heights gymnasium, at a meeting
sponsored by the Diablo Heights
Dr. Graham, director of educa
tion for exceptio.nal ciiildren for
the. state of Illinois, has spent the
week in the Canal Zone as a con
sultant to the Division of Schools
in planning a Canal Zone School
for Handicapped Children.
Ihe address last night was the
seventh Dr. Graham has made
since he had been here. He has
appeared before a group of Atlan
tic siders, under the sponsorship
of the .Parent-Teacher organiza
tion, has spoken to four groups of
teachers, and he also addressed a
group of principals and supervi supervisors
sors supervisors and the schools staff yester
day morning. i
The Canal ZonVr handicapped
, children,, h Mid last i evoaing
, include th with peh dfct
and mntally-handicappd chil children
dren children primarily, with, some eaf.
trd casts of children who are
crippled, are deaf or hard of
hearing or have visual defects.
He advocated that the Canal
Zone go slow but move positively
in establishing programs for these
children. The first step in such a
program, he said, would be to se secure
cure secure a directbr of special educa
tion who, by training' and experi
ence, is qualified to direct the ma
ny phases which such a program
must have. --
Children will need to be screen
ed, diagnosed, and properly placed
in appropriate programs. Specially-trained
teachers must be -secur
ed. A qualified educational psycho psychologist
logist psychologist should be employed, he said,
to diagnose these children proper properly,
ly, properly, consult with parents and ad advise
vise advise the faculty in developing suit suitable
able suitable educational programs.
During his talk last evening, Dr.
Graham called attention to the im important
portant important social and economic ad advantages
vantages advantages of a special education
program. He pointed out that in
his own state, Illinois, a few hun hundred
dred hundred dollars spent in special edu education
cation education of such children, so that
they become adjusted socially and
vocationally, is a relatively small
price compared to the tremendous
cost of institutional care or pen pensions.
sions. pensions. In lllinoja, institutional c ro
tor tho mentally retarded a a-mountt.
mountt. a-mountt. to approximately $2,000
year par patient. This could
moan an oxponto .of from $50, $50,-000
000 $50,-000 to $100,000 during the Itfo Itfo-tl.n
tl.n Itfo-tl.n of an Individual who it giv given
en given merely custodial care.
-The biggest handicap, ne saia,
In establishing programs for ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional children is finding adequately-trained
teachers. There is
a shortage of all kinds of teach
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acute in the field of special educa education.
tion. education. -In Illinois alone, he said, be
tween 500 and 600 teachers for
mentally retarded children could
find employment immediately if
thev were available .nl JAA
that there is a shortage of over
ouu teacners rawed to work with
deaf children in the United States.
This Droblem. he snooocteH
could be met here, by providing
iudus io sena a lew carefully-selected
"individuals from the pres preset.
et. preset. school Staff tn the II if i t e rl
States for special training in the
New Radar Mortar Locator
- A i eyi, radar- .mortatvjapator
with" anc electronic brain ihat can
find the location of an enemy posi position
tion position in seconds has been perfected
by the Army Signal Corps engi engineering
neering engineering laboratories at Fort .'Mon
mouth, N.J., the Department of
the Array said recently. -
The new mortar spotter is an
improvement over the earlier Sig
nal Corps locator used in the lat
er stages of the Korean fighting.
Its greatest advantage is speed.
Using a new beam technique, the
locator rapidly pinpoints the ene enemy
my enemy mortar position.
The mortar, one of the most ef effective
fective effective close-support weapons in
modern warfare, is also one of the
oldest, dating back to the early
middle ages. It fires an explosive
projectile, at a high angle, drop dropping
ping dropping it on target from an apparent apparently
ly apparently empty sky, and can reach posi positions
tions positions screened from direct fire.
Signal -'. Corps tciontittt said
that the now locator hat a long longer
er longer range than any known mortar
built today. The locator' h com compact,
pact, compact, and mobile, and everything
ndd to operate it but a pow power
er power supply it mounted on a tin tingle,
gle, tingle, oatify towod two-w heel
trailers and additional vehicle
for plotting equipment end epor epor-attng
attng epor-attng contole.
The newest spotter can be oper
ated on the trailer or with the
console In a foxhole 150 yards a a-way
way a-way for remote control and safe safety
ty safety of the operator if the set it itself
self itself -comes under fire..
Vl is also more efficent in spot spotting
ting spotting mortars than its predecessors,
as the" bulldozer-blade antenna re remains
mains remains stationary during opera operation,
tion, operation, automatically picking up any anything
thing anything in its sector. With previous
models, the antenna moved back
and forth on its pedestal while
scanning. ": '-
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yarious areas of special education.
At tho conclusion of hit talk,
he expressed hit great delight
at visiting tho Canal Zone and
toeing the efficient school sys system
tem system here. He complimented tho
audience on the friendliness of
the Canal Zone people and their
interest in children from the top
official down t rh ; individual
The wholesome interest of all
concerned in the development of
good conditions for all children, ho
said,' would mean a very'success very'success-ful
ful very'success-ful development of special educa education.
tion. education. ;y ;
'jBi -'it a- i ,' .tej
Superior speed of ihe latest spot-
fer is based on- anew beinftech-
niflue., whereby, the pro jectlje-appears
as blips on the screens
-, -., ;-'-r- cj!rN
; The Operator K Renters'? halrllhe
on the blips and the -computer
gives bim a direct reading' of the -enemy
position. Relayed, to an ar artillery
tillery artillery battery: this information v
triggers immeaiaie cuuuteriue,
The first experimental !iodel ;
was built by. the Army Signal
Corps engineering laboratories.
Production models are to bt
made by General Electric Corpor Corpor-ation.
ation. Corpor-ation. . .'
Low Gymnasium Bid
Made by R. P. Firm
i Isthmraii CohsfjuctotsV':
bid of $?,600,was low on "the -.work
of making alterations to the' Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Gymnasium. Bids were open opened
ed opened Friday morning in the-Adminir
stration. .JBuilding at Bal 0 a
Heights.; -' :. .&A:
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The same company, made' I low
offer Of ?9,16U on ine aiternaie ma
tne aiwErnaxe ma
e construction of
kv ,7 v;.
which includes tne.coi
a new concrete' floor,
other bids onbolh'1teTnsVera
submitted by The E 0. i,Buke v
Construction -Compaay and- T h e
Dillon and Hickman Construction
The project, which Js acheduled
to be completed within 1 months,
will include the .conetrflctiort of a
mezzanine floor over Ihtj.'.storago
shed of the Balboa Gymnasium.
The new floor, will be ttsed aper aper-manent
manent aper-manent apparatus and-tjassrpom.
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As Studies Underway...
More and Bigger
the Future Capacities of the Canal
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. th Gaillard Cut taction of tht C-
, x -",.' ml ri illuitrat4 hcra. Tht reeky
V t t ,. 1- vs tthaduled to b. takn off during
ww- in, of thit taction, P.r.i.o Ratck,
, to 500 feet bottom dapth, it on tha
'i ' long-ranga program. Tha taction Rf.
' .' r J," 'nioved In thit. work it indi-
." cared on tha watt bank in tha abova
3. Nicaragua and Atrato routes
4. Modifications, including an ul
tra-modern Manama lock canal.
5. A sea-level waterway.
Many books to which the stu
dent or engineer may turn for de detailed
tailed detailed information have been writ written
ten written on each of these subjects.
This series will touch only on
some of the broader issues.
in ine main, tne series will be ai
year 1W4, tfttra wart 455 clear-
Cut trantits, more than the num number
ber number ettimated for the year 2000.
Both the increasing tanker traf traffic
fic traffic through the Canal and the in increasing
creasing increasing size ot tankers have
brought the clearCiif problem to
the forefront since the close of the
war. Of the 706 clear-Cut transits
in the. past fiscal, year, 180 were
tankers larger than the famous J
condensation of the reports made i 2 tankers of World, War II period.
by the Special Engineering Dlvi3
sion on the Isthmian Canal Studies
of 1947 which one leading engi
neermg authority who had no
connection, with the studies came
the finest and most complete ev
er submitted on? a subject of that
nature. - t
The recnrnmendnunn haspri on
the 1947 Studies for the conver
sion of the Panama Canal to a
sea-level waterway is well known.
What is not so well known nor re
membered is. that the Canal ad
ministration was enjoined by the
legislation authorizing the Studies
to 'answer two, main questions:
How best to meet the requirements
of future interoceanlc commerce
and national defense? This en-
joinder virtually eliminated a rec-.
ommendauon tor a temporary so
THE ONLY -SECTION or Gaillard Cut now 500
Reach. Thla project was completed last year,
feet wide for any (treat length is Culebra
North of this section to Gamboa is mostly 300
2 Old Soldiers of Panama Fade
After Many Years in U.S. Army
wnen some marine enaineer a
few. years ago began to dream of
a tanker big enough to carry a
veritable oil field in its hold, he
started something which today has
snowballed into one bie headache
tor tne operating personnel of the
A problem which didn't exist
just ten years ago and one which
competent engineers didn't then
foresee in this century had come
to take a leading place; among the
many relating to increasing the
capacity of the Panama Canal. It
is the problem of "clear-Cut" tran
sits.. This is a handy name civen
to those ships requiring daylight
transit which are so big, or un
wieldy, or loaded with such hazar
dous cargo that they are not per permitted
mitted permitted to meet or pass oncoming
ships in the eight-mile stretch of
This is by no means the only
knotty question that arises in con
sidering the big problem of provid providing
ing providing a waterway with ample capa
bilities to transit all ships of all
sized mat couia or would use a
After many years on active dutyiAndmo received the National De- waterway Deiween tne Atlantic ana hour operation.
with the U. a. Army, two masteri tense service Meaai, American ue- -"- uv-cam uunug wc umi icw
c.rc ante whn hav tnpnt most oflfpnvo Sprvipp. Mprtfll American Qecades
their duty in the Panama Area, Theater Campaign Medal, W o r Id
were retired fiom active service War II Victory Medal, Commenda-
yesterday, Jan. 31. ; tion Ribbon'with Oak Leaf Cluster
They are M-S$t. Aguttin Andi- land the Good Conduct Medal.
no, SMtfi Military Koiice (.ompa- upon retirement ne requested
that no ceremonies be held in his
ny (Service) at Fort Clayton, and
M-Sgt. Oliver E. Richardson, U.
S. Army Signal Service at Fort
Clayton. M-Sgt. Oliver E. Richardson has
Sergeant Andino entered the Ar- been with the United States Army
my on April 29, 1920 in Puerto Ri- since Dec. 2C 1932. He entered the
co and has spent 25 years of his C6 service in Vancouver, Wash.
years ot active service wnn me During nis career aergeam. mcn-
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Sll.uary ronce. aiuson nas reicveu me itauuuai; y.:.
He last serveo as an interpreter veir.se service meuai, miientaii; prlp
Tha problem of the future ca capacity
pacity capacity of the Panama Canal it
one of great 'national and inter international
national international importance. The subject
was one of the leading topic on
tha agenda of the Beard of Di Director!
rector! Director! at the annual meeting en
tha lyrhmut this week.
Because of the heightening inter interest
est interest in the subject and the fact
that a big percentage of Canal
'employes entered service since the
I Isthmian Canal Studies of 1947
completed, The Review will
and the next few
of articles outlin
ELOPES Frcderkka Sigrist. 17-ycar-eld
Britten heiress to a $20
iriillioa fortune, ducked detectives
hired by her mother after she aton atoned
ed atoned with New York interior decora decorator
tor decorator Gregg 'Jaittt, 34. Fredericks
flew to Ciedsd Trujille. Demmicja
Republic, with Jujrci from Pert-Ae-frincc,
Haiti, after etooing from
kwr home ra Nassaa. Tha giH i i-fcwritt
fcwritt i-fcwritt tha fortune when she reaches
ir.g some of the principal phases
of the "Isthmian Canal Problem'
which dates back to the early six sixteenth
teenth sixteenth century when it was dis-
t the Limits Military Police of- Theater Campaign Medal, World
hce I War II Victory Medal, and the
M-Sgt. Andmu has spent all bit Good Conduct Ribbon with four
about seven and a half months cf loops.
i his active service in 1'anama. He A retreat ceremony was neia ailCOvered that narrow strin
has been with the 549th Service Co, Ft. Clayton yesterday bon o r i n g land divides the two oceans
and tht 1 48th Infantry Platoon him. The Mgnai company parti-(Se-vicel,
Fort Clayton; Detach I cipated iff the formation. The ad ad-mert
mert ad-mert i. 23rd M PCo., Corozal; 74- justant, 2nd Lt.Charles F. Nash.
40th Am y Unit. Ft. Amador; Ho. read the Department of the Army
and Hq. 7445lh M PCo.. and lastl;' special orders on Sergeant Rich
with the S34tr. MP Co., Ft. Clayton.' ardon and the certificate of retire
While in the U.S. Army Sergeant I men ..
In general these will be divided, transits were
This series of articles will in no
way be concerned with the cor
rectness of the recommendation
for a sea-level canal, nor with ar
guments pro and con on the feasi
biljty and desirability of a com
plete modernization of the existing
Canal or a canal elsewhere..
The subject of increasing the ca
pacity of the Panama Canal is no
new one. indeed, it was consider
ed while the Canal was under con
struction. It has been the subject
of intensive studies from time to
time since, notably during the late
1920's when traffic was increasing
at a tremendous pace, again aft-
r the past few years. Tne uoard
had it under continuing study
for the past five years since the
Canal operations were incorporated.
Today, transit charts trace a ra4
pidly climbing line while bigger
and bigger ships are being built.
Too much emphasis on these
two factors leads to an unwar unwarranted
ranted unwarranted conclusion that the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal is outmoded and obso obso-:
: obso-: lete, Actually, it dependable ca capacity
pacity capacity it greater today than ev ever
er ever before1 and the amount ef
traffic still leaves a comfortable
margin under, its capacity even
without further improvements.
In the month of December, a
new monthly record of 751 tran transits
sits transits of ocean-going commercial
ships was established, a daily av average
erage average of 24.2. Under the present
schedule of 16 hours aday, this a a-mount
mount a-mount of traffic was handled with
some overtime, ine capacity un
der present operating schedules,
with no clear-Cut ships, would av
erage about 30 a day, figure un
likely to be reached for several
years, except- during days with
If a 24-hour operating schedule
were adopted, the Canal could ac
commodate as many as 40 ships
a day under optimum conditions.
With additional crews and relay
lockages, 50 ships could transit in
24 hours except during overhaul
periods. No competent analyst had
predicted such a high level of trat
fic for many decades. The 1947
report predicted an average of 4B
ships a day in the year zooo, witn
daily peaks up to 69.
These figures are all subject to
drastic modification when the fac
tor of clear-Cut ships is brought
into the picture. While the delays
incident to clear-Cut transits vary
widely, the Canal's capacity may
be cut to 18 to 25 transits a day
with five clear-Cut ships. With 24-
this number ot
clear-Cut ships would diminish ca
pacity to about 30 transits a day,
without giving consideration to fog,
overhaul periods, or other limiting
factors. These figures clearly indi indicate
cate indicate the importance of clear-Cut
ships in traffic capacity. ;
There are many limiting fac factors
tors factors on the traffic capacities of
the Canal the tiie of the lock,
depth and width of the channel,
fog, available water supply, and
others but that of clear Cut
ships is an entirely new one
which had become Important in
tbe past two or three years.
The problem was succinctly stat
ed in the 1956 Report of the Board
of Directors to the Stockholder as
"With the increasing trend In the
seize of ships, the number of clear-
Cut transits has been increasing
at an alarming rate. Clear Cut
which were then judged to be
near the maximum for economical
construction and operation.
Aside from ships requiring clear clear-Cut
Cut clear-Cut handling, more ,and more
commercial and naval vessels are
being built which are too large to
go through. the Canal. Five years
ago there were only two commer commercial
cial commercial Vessels, too big for transit. To Today
day Today there are about 150 tankers a-
float or being built which cannot
be accommodated. These are in
addition to the U S. Navy air
craft carriers (including those
with the new, canted flightdecks),
some ore ships, and a few dry-
cargo carriers fitted for tanker
It is to be remembered, howev
er, that a relatively small percent
age of the super tankers being
hnilt are for use on mutes through
the Panama Canal. Most commer
cial vessels too large to transit the
Canal, including the big tankers,
are built for specialized service
since there are few harbors in the
world deep enough to accommo accommodate
date accommodate them, Their use in time of e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency cannot, of course, be
While much depends on the indi
vidual ship's construction and its
"handling" qualities in determin
ins its ability to transit the Canal.
a vessel of 45,000 dead-weight tons
is considered, by rule of tnumo,
to.be the maximum size. Up until
how, the largest cargo vessel to
transit was the SS Ore Prince
(one of 3). of 45.000 d.w.t.. and the
largest tanker the SS Esso Colom
bia. of 35.000 d.w.t.
The super tankers are generally
barred from transit by draft or
beam, or both, while carriers are
stooped at the locks by tne cant
ed flightdecks. L Therefore, even if
Gaillard Cut could be widened and
deepened enough to eliminate the
clear-vut problem, the size di tne
Locks : would 'still be a limiting
factof for commercial as well as
naval vessels.'. ?,.:.-,.. -r-,
,,. Thus It I with many ef the
problems relating to dependable
capacity ef the Canal solve one
two ethers arise to haunt you.
Another example ef this interre interrelation
lation interrelation ef problems is the fact
that the number ef lockages a
day Is the limiting factor in traf traffic
fic traffic capacity under present oper operating
ating operating schedules, but the limiting
factor shifts to Gaillard Cut
when there are five or more
clear-Cut ships te be handled in
While the size of the Locks,
lockage capacity, and the width
and depth of the channel are Urn
iting factors in normal operations,
the dependable capacity (or max
imum under all conditions) is fur
ther limited by the overhaul pe
riods which occur twice every five
The Canal's capacity during o o-verhaul
verhaul o-verhaul periods is being raised a a-bout
bout a-bout 25 per cent by modifications
already., accomplished at Gatun
Locks and being made now at the
Pacific Locks in time for the o-
verhaul next year. These modifi
cations constitute the first part of
a two-phase plan, approver iour
years ago by the Board.
Phase II of the plan includes
further modifications to the Locks
increase the capacity during o-
' L- A. t9K i.?ii..f I
VALENCIA III in action J
At 4:30 With 4
. Peruvian Negro matador Rafael
(Negro) Santacrus will make his
debut tomorrow at tha opening of
the 1957 bullfighting Season. at La
Santacrus will be opposed by Va Va-len
len Va-len III, a Spanish matador who ar arrived
rived arrived here this week with "El Ne Negro"
gro" Negro" from Colombia.'
' Four pure-bred,-Mexican bulls'
will.be used during the bullfights. :,
Ticket reservations are being
taken by phone at Panama 3-1240.
" Tht bullfights will get under way-;'
at 4:30 p.m.
NO fVierJ FOR HER Anne
Bancroft, Hollywood flknstress
in the process of getting a -di
vorce, has vowed there'll Only
be four men- in her life, from
now on her father, her agent,
her press agent and her. analyst
"Men," says Anne, "just adore
trying to destroy me. Men -in
ennarol 4iw 4sv A aeftA-u utnmAn i
(. they try to stamp on them
bv a -channel 600 feet wide at the
bottom, with the rocky bottom 50
feet under water instead oi me
present 42 feet.
Ivan with all these Improve Improvements
ments Improvements completed, however, the
Panama Canal Leeks will 're 'remain
main 'remain 110 feet wide, 42 feef deep,
and 1,000 feet long. ;
Those dimensions will continue
rnnstltute a limiting factor un
tii now wki are bunt or an iocks
are eliminated. And, either of
fk. ltarnativee will cost a Dig
verhaul periods and to reduce tnejhunk of money. A- '
overhaul periods; provision of1 ,-.
into the following five main cate-,1. -ears IB0 but thev now
1. Traffic and transit problems
of the' existing Canal.
2. Plans and routes for an Isth-i
AN INDEPENDENT jjf'f NEWSPAPER
It th people knmt the truth and the country. is $afe Abrahaht Lincoln
PANAMA, R. SATIBDAT, FtTJRrART 2, 1937
have a real' bearing on the transit
capacity of the Canal."
The problem was so minor that
i; was considered inconsequential
ten years ago when the Isthmian
Canal Studies' were in. progress
In a four-month period in 1M6
there were only 58 clear-Cut trans transits,
its, transits, or two per cent of the total
This figure was adopted for es estimating
timating estimating future traffic. "This per percentage,"
centage," percentage," the report stated, "is
accepted at typical and is the ba basis
sis basis for assuming tbe transit of
two clear-Cut ships oo peak days
of the future, one transit in each
Using the two per cent yard yardstick,
stick, yardstick, there would have been on only
ly only '45 clear-Cvt transits In the
past fiscal yeer. Compare this
estimate with tha actual figure
ef 7M clear-Cut transit. In the
last sia months ef the calendar
passing stations in Gaillard Cut to
reduce the time required in hand
ling clear-Cut ships; and installs
tion of all-weather navigation e
equipment to permit uninterrupted
operation during times of low visi visibility
bility visibility in Gaillard Cut.
In addition to these aids in step stepping
ping stepping up the traffic capacity, a pro program
gram program of channel improvement has
been charted which will gradually
increase the number of possible
transits. If the Canal Company's
budget for the coming fiscal year
is approved, work will be started
next year on improving the Parai
so Keacn oi oauiara iin just
north of Pedro Miguel Lotks. This
will improve navigation at that
point by eliminating a r o e k y
ledge which juts into the canal on
tbe east side or the channel.
Other projects tn the long-range
program include the widening of
the entire Paralso Reach to 500
feet: improving the channel align
ment at Orchid Island just south
of Gatun Locks; and widening
and improving the channel align alignment
ment alignment of other sections of Gaillard
Cut particularly Empire Reach-
just north, of Culebra Keacn. me
latter Is a ene-and-a-half-mile sec
tionand the only one of consi
derable length which now bad a
500-foot bottom width. Tne widen
ing of Culebra Reach was a long
range project begun over 20 years
ago 'which was completed just last
year ia connectioa witn tne con
tractors Hiu project.
While tne widening of the en
tire-Gaillard Cut sectio 'to 500
feet would practically eliminate
the present and most Immediate
problem of clear-Cut ships marine
officials ef the Canal and mari mariners
ners mariners who use tbe waterway con constantly
stantly constantly agree that the whole prob problem
lem problem of providing ample and safe
transit capacity could only be met't:IS p.m.
C: V tlw X1 III LLrf v ,1 r in aW'VI 1
The reoton most folk don'f
wrest l with ternptotton is they ore j
ofrotd they might win. omej
Weather Or Not
This weather report for tbe 24
boon ending I o.m. today, it pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydregreohic trench ef the faa faa-.
. faa-. ma Canal Company:
' IALI0A CWSTOlAl
TEMMkATURI: V i
High ...... w
SUNDAY, rtMUARY 1
HEAD COP CAL-Mrs.' Peter
Gibson, 49, of Monroe, Mich.,
has taken over as president of
the National; Federation of Re
publican Women. A veteran of I
20 years in Michigan politicsJ
I she was elected at the organlza-f
ttion's convention in Chicag
I last September and was sworn
i jn at the recent directors
(meeting in Washington."
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ARE ROtLIN' BACK TO ';
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till TUV 11U
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