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DADDY'S LITTLE BOY King Saud of Saudi Arabia holds
hia son, Frlnco Mashur, on his lap at Walter Reed flospital
In Washington. The youngster is undergoing examinations fpr
i the partial paralysis of his right arm and leg.
JWTC Peccary Bit Daughter's Leg, So,. V
Gulick Officer Sues
The- United States government is being sued for
Cr;,'w..3 Lecau-a oi i of its white-lir-pH pscca, ies bit the
"leg of an Army officer's daughter.
The federal peccary also known as a wild pig
allegedly attacked 14-year-old Julia Mary Clogovcsan. last
Mar. 29 when she.Visited the zoo maintained by the Army
at tht JungI Warfara Training Center, Ft. Sherma
--The'auls on behalf of-JuuaJ mandin Tgenera -ot' United
Mary was liiea; Dy j:
Charles E. Rimirez, to cnsiooai
Division of the U," S.' District
Court by her father, an Army
officer namod in the complaint
as her iegal guardian. He is
Rudolf J. Glogovcsan,, Jr, ., ;
.-; 'i v i;,; t's-
Thi peccary was en oi
1 unii 200 animals
tive. fcome Imported, some wild
iVm twne -Twhich the pub-
had been invited to inspect
at thnplaint states, ;
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' i ,iPrBtood that Julia
Xfarv'stleg was said to be per per-Jrf?Minm&
Jrf?Minm& per-Jrf?Minm& as a result
of th pis' h!P i"''''. v;,;;r?
Her lanuly Is staUoned at Ft
Copies of the eomplatat we
serVed with summons today on
One was served on MM;
Gen. T" Harrold, com-
Ilol Cafs Pajamas, r
Say 2 PanCanajers, 1
Afier Jaguar Find
Aa'lS-pound Wle est described
S Smt in the eompre.MMOom
iiader Gstun control tower
Shortly Wore soon. Sgt. eo
Martin was nnn --tun
tun --tun police itatioa to rid the lock lock-house
house lock-house of a mle bltck-and-gray
anlsaal described as
Nobody could explain kow-thfs
wild animal had made its way tato
the 'locks structure on the center
wan of the leeks at the middle lev lev-L
L lev-L lists have been seea there, one
maa said. -..
rurin in shoot V cat be-1
h. .nd mum oMritoT W. W. Rsw-
lsod fashioned a noose of cord I to
Um to introeer. Eventually they
got the noose around the cat's aeck!"" nt oi Wew
1a ata him it. but the aaHXort Clty el deliveries aid
mal's aeck wasttrokea ia the strug
The- ears claws were kedly
wem, aaarentry frem Harlot
smma Wilkinf far swn time en
coder. Leckmaa fiewed he
might have fomped eff a ship.
r cp trim seme prrvare
loliremaa J. L. Cook, aa amate-
wr taxideraiist, will stuff and mount
-..i-. ...WkH u tha trur1uirla to-creste an oU am
"Sta Artnv rrlhhpan
Anohpr was handed JT. S.' Dis District
trict District Attorney Rowland K. Hazr
ard, iX;vJ'.' : r"K.iJ iw
:: A thKd went off byjeelsteretf
frnail to Attooiey General ; Her:
bert Browneu. tn wasnmgion.
In Curundu Brings,;
Woman Jail Threat
A Curundu' matron "has a 10 10-day
day 10-day Jail sentence In prospect-if
she persists in fighting' or
threatening any of -her neigh neighbors.
bors. neighbors. .; !,:', ;. -s
Mrs Ana Maria Wlen, 45, a Co Colombian,
lombian, Colombian, was given the suspend suspended
ed suspended term in Balboa Magistrate's
Court this morning after she
was convicted of disturbing the
peace. She was also fined $25.'.
The charge Erew out of a run-1
nlng feud between or among co-
tenants oi quarters 2114 Curun Curundu.
du. Curundu. s-: I :: v
Matters boiled to a crisis it
a.m. today. One tenant, James C.
Kicnaras called Military Police
and later preferred charges'.
Specifically-Mrs. Wien was
charged with makinr a fcnwi
noise and with having been
guilty of offensive conduct by
threatening others. Law enforce enforcement
ment enforcement officials reported she talk talked
ed talked in a "tumultuous" manner.
Five co-tenants or members of
their families testified for the
prosecution. The court v ,m
Mrs. Wlen made, highly Insujting
icuibub wj me neignoors. Her
husband, John Weln, testified In
her behalf a
Both Sides : in
NEW YORlC Feb. S (UP) tJi
peci wree-msa ciuiens com-
w tries Way toe nd a five,
tugboat ,tnke that aeady
The committee and federal me mediators
diators mediators meet wiia representatives
of the port s tugboat employers
and the 4,000 striking members of
Local 333 of the .National Marine
Division, National Maritime Un Union,
ion, Union, whose strike has crippled the
bulk ot ngboat and barge- traffic
in New York harbor. i
A survey of oilt erminali thorn-
ed a five-day supply of light oil
available for use ia homes and
, THE PULSE
The filing of a formal demand
for a suit against the United
States government by a Panama
man was reported today, by the
morning taDioia &i uia.
The paper said tha suit was
Had before the Ministry of For
1911 Affair by Laonor A. Gon Gon-zaiaz
zaiaz Gon-zaiaz Santos for the return of the
$32,000,000 collected by the Unit United
ed United States for Canal Zone license
plates on cars owned by Pana
ma residents from W14 to 1950.
Gonzalez argues that the mon money
ey money belongs to Panama "by virtue
of. Article Six of the Canal Trea
ty of 1903."
Gonzalez also requested the Min
istry to challenge the validity of
1903 treaty before the Internation
al Court of Justice, the newspa
A communique Issued by the
family of' KoaoifO'St. Mala, one
of the men accused in tne Assas
sination of the late President Jose
A. Remon, said the St. Malo de
fense only cited -six investigations
while the private prosecutor, Dr.
Jose N. Lasso de la Vega, cited
: The communique charged that
the fact that Lasso has offered
to withdraw seme of his citations
is proof that they were original originally
ly originally presented to delay the trial.
The morning tabfoid also report
ed the rejection by the Panama
government of a request by the
National Brewery to have the gov
ernment return approximately approximately-qiiarier
qiiarier approximately-qiiarier of a inillion doilars-ci
letiud over a period of years in
taxes from tha brewery.
The brewery had claimed mak
ing an error, in the luing ot Us
tax returns with the Internal Rev Revenue
enue Revenue Department, ..rS.-f:;JT
After many; -months of study
the government said the tax re
turn filed by the brewery was cor-
Reports of salary' Increases
given by several Panama firms
at the request of the government
were carried today In Spanish Spanish-language
language Spanish-language newspapers. V
;i,The reoorts said the pay raises.
to workers in the lower income
bracket. were the result of a
talk between president de u uuar-
dia and Gustavo Trius, resident
of the Panama Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. :
The Levonel Co. was1 the only
one mentioned of the several firms
reported as granting raises of
from $5 to $zs since Jan.
Several men were Inlured, one
perhaps seriously, when a three three-ton
ton three-ton truck belonging, to the
municipality of Colon ran r off
the Army S-l road near Gatun
and turned over early yesieraay.
Alletrediy Otilio Gonzales F.,
S3, a Panamanian resident of
Sabanltas, fell asleep at the
fThe truck had been supplied
with seats for passengers and
there were nln men riding with
the driver when the accident
Six men were hsopitaltzed, one
with nossible serious head in
juries. Three were treated for
contusions and abrasions and
' Studies Fuel
small factories and three days
supply of heavy oil used by in industry,
dustry, industry, public utilities and some
Multiple dwellings." t
West German Head
Plans U.S. Visit :.
WASHINGTON. Feb. S tUPl
West German President Theedor
Heuss, T3, will come here March
for a three-day state visit as the
guest of President Elsenhower.
the Wnite House announced todsy.4
After Ms stay in Washington,
Heuss will make a 19-dar private
'tour jrf the United States. It will
be his first visit to America.
PANAMA, B. P., TUESDAY,
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11 'Hi linn,
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AFTER THE FLOOD STRUCK
wrecked home in Haysi, Va.
Hundreds Warily Eye Southern Rivers
As Flood Dangers Increase in 8 States
Miss.. Feb. 5 (UP) Flood danger!
Kept nunareqs ot resiaents iromiperty in the eastern part of his
their nomes in Mississiddi and set
off an expected long alert in oth
er areas today.
Familes fled the overflowing
Tombigbee River at several points
in northeast Mississippi. 1 he Uos Uos-tanaula.
tanaula. Uos-tanaula. threatened serious flood
ing m NortU Georgia and Alaba Alabama.,
ma., Alabama., v -,
. Weathermen kept lose watch
on the Mississippi river at points
from Caruthersville, Mo.t down downward
ward downward along' the Tennessee border
where crests within, a foot or less
of flood stage were expected this
There was a prospect of some
flooding at Paducah, Ky.,- where
the Tennesseej empties Into' the
Ohio after its side loop, from ex extreme
treme extreme northeast Tennessee, down
through Alsbamaund back across
two states..;: a.
Gen Alfred M. Gruenther, pres president
ident president of the American Red Vross,
told President Ei i e n h e w e r in
washlneton that the disastrous
flood in West Virginia,,: Kentucky
and Virginia caused "far great
er damage man nao oeen re reported
ported reported St first. .
Th a Red Cross alonee xpects to
spend more than $2 million hi e-,
e--..-. - U
damages sumaies ran muie mu
Gov. A. d. vtiappy
Subjects of Search,
2 Failed to Comply
Two bench warrants were or
dered in U.S. District Court today
for criminals on probation 4 who
have failed to comply With he
terms under w h i c h their sen.
tences were suspended. -
The names of Manuel Armando
Salazar and Antonio Seville, both
Panamanians, were called loudly
in the courtroom by U.S. Marshal
When, neither maa answerea
the bench warrants were order ordered.
ed. ordered. -..
The court wast old that report
edly Salazar has been in jail in
Sevilla,-who was put on proba
tion last Nov. 2S, has never re
ported to the probation officer.
I Reporting regulsrly wss a condW
tion of the suspension of his pe
nitentiary term. ,'.-.
Strike Remain Unyielding;
Shortage, Surveys Stock
The survey, hawvvar, did not
include the oft aew ha consum consumers'
ers' consumers' tank er that trucked in
from outside the city. Caal sup supplies
plies supplies were mere ample.
Most city buildings and hospi hospitals
tals hospitals reported having a seven-day
supply of oil. Schools usually have
sufficient oil reserves for from 10
days to two weeks.
' A fuel omorpency committee
last night sot up e prtoriry sys system
tem system of fuel Uecetiens, te be
placed in effect if mcesaery.
Hoaprtale end schools received
top priority under the system.
The citizens committee was cre created
ated created by Mayor Robert F. Waener
after two negotiations meetines
yesterday during which both dis
FEBRUARY 5, 1957
ZZ. 22. A .Jr
- i .in 111" -ijeAi
"Lumber from a nearby mill
who reauested $500,000 In federal
aid to repair damaee public oro-
state, suggested that the hard-hit
towns be rebuilt on higher ground
Credit Union Man
Justice was tempered with mer
cy today for a man with a good
previous record after Cleveland
Herbert Powell pleaded guilty tn
u.ii. ui$trict court today on. four
counts of embezzlement. He was
given 18 months in the penitentia
ry, suspended for five years..
The 40-year-old Panamanian was
assistant treasurer of the wa v y
fiodman Federal credit Union be
fore he was caught last Decern-
ber in a number of shortages. He
had performed the work for the
credit union after his regular joh
wih the Navy, from which he
was forced to resign after the em
bezzlement was discovered. He
had previously worked for the Ca
nal., - ;
Besides ne $665.63 Powell was
specifically charged with taking,
an audit has disclosed at least' J2
other shortages,. assistant District
Attorney J. Morton Thomson told
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe. Restitu
tion has been made of tbo speci specific
fic specific amount.
. Thomson recommended the It It-month
month It-month term, suspended for five
-Powell's attorney, David Robles,
areued for a shorter probation.
The .Judge, however, accepted
he government's recommendation.
Powell must not violate any law
of tha Canal Zone or Panama,
must make restitution, and report
to the probation officer monthly.
9208 (Including; Some GZ Employes) Live
In Panama City's Eight Shanty Towns
A. total of 9,208 persons-live
in eight shanty towns spotted
around Panama City, according
to a census conducted by the
Institute for Economic Develop Development
ment Development (IFE).
- The eensas, ordered by the
-gevernment as the first step
their positions. Wagner, who left a
sick bed to attend one oi the meet meetings,
ings, meetings, ssid it wss "pstently clear
that both sides are at aa Impasse.
Probably'll Pay :
; Power Bill, Too
HOLLYWOOD, Feb. $ (UP)
Jerry Prod, If, got into trouble
with a motorcycle officer while
Prod, racing to work, wss tick
eted for reckless driving for try
ing te steer fits car snd shave
with an electric rasor at the ssme'ama. which has 3959 residents.
time. i I
lies plied up around a ilood'
For Panama City
Three proposals to Increase
the water supply of Panama Ci City
ty City and Its environs are being
studied by the, Panama govern government,
ment, government, -r r . i
One proposal was submitted
by the Canal Zone govera govera-"
" govera-" ment, which had notified
. Panama last year that it could
only supply them 'with water
inuL-.l ,.. 1..a, .iii-'v fa l
.one o'Ki ni., tut r
supply until lSi0. ;
1 -."i ..' r ... 1 :'
! The other two proposals are
b.V two French comoanles-Cha-
bal and Co. an.d; the Companie
luausmaue et Agricoie ae yen
te a L'Etranger (CIAVE).
ThO Panama government con-
iractea ine unabat Co., follow
lng the notification by the Ca
nal Zone government on. the
water supply, to study and plan
the construction of an acueduct
on the basis of the Lajas river.
The company is already far ad
vanced in its studies and has
made several, recommendations
to the Panama gvernment.
The CIAVE company Is male
in parallel studies on the in
atallatlon of a water treatment
plant for the suburban areas
and the construction of a power
plant at a cost of $6,000,000.
The Canal Zone offers Is
i ss'd to contemplate the dls-
eusion of a reduction in water
'rates over a period of 50
60Gs For India
NEW DELHI. Feb. 5 (VP)
Neutral India will receive 60 mil-
aid during the next 12 months, ln-l
iormeo sources saia toaay. j
MucB of the aid wiU.be in Me
form of assistance bv technical
-experts in such fields as steel pro-i
'duction, it wss understood- s
ia. finding a ablution te the
growth ef these unsanitary
housing areas, Indicated that
there are 111! tesnkledown one
and two-room shacks In the
These areas were Identified
as Verantllo, Los Millonarios,
Hollywood, Pa nde Atucar, Cu Curundu,
rundu, Curundu, Cerre de la Pava, San
Miguelito, Boca de la Caja and
According to the UK figures,
35 policemen and 219 govern government
ment government employes live In these
areas In shacks which lack
plumbing facilities, although
some have electricity and are
adamant in"llahel wlth radios, refrigera
tors ana jkdcj iuiuhus. n k
residents even have automobiles
The earnings of residents la
these shanty towns ran red
front S2M to SIS per month,
except fee one Individ nai
earning 23 a anoath.
A boat 121 persons reported
earnings ef SM monthly, with
a teat ? shanty tewm test test-dents
dents test-dents earning 11$ per month.
The majority of the S208 res residents
idents residents were part-time employes,
but 130 of them were employes
oi the Canal Zone and Indus
tries tn Panama.
The shanty town with the
blaceat Dooulation Is Old Psn-
San MigutUto Is next sriUs
Not Candid,' Intend
To Deceive Believe
In discussing the vulnerability of the proposed con?
version of the Panama Canal to sea level, Sen. Thomat Hi
Martin (R-la.) has said proponents of the plan "do "Hot
appear to have been candid."
Martin made this charge along with others in a state statement
ment statement presented recently to the Senate.
Along with it was transmitted a paper prepared Tn
1954 by JFour experienced engineers and entitled: The5
Panama Canal, a Challenaina Problem for the United
Martin said also: "From
cares put forth in behalf of alleged greater security of that
sea-level project over the lake and lock type. ..they apv
parently believe that the members of Conaress are ana
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win dc urreny srupia,.
The Senator adds that the "ar "arguments
guments "arguments for a sea-level endeav endeavor
or endeavor have not been fairly based
but appear Intended to deceive
both the Congress and the Na Nation."
tion." Nation." x ;
i Martin says the' Teport he
transmitted to the Senate was
prepared, by four distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished entlneer. who part'eipated
In the const rnetlon ef. the
" fn nal. ( V f
U.ry are f.ilwaid C. Slwrmaft,
desicner of fiatun spillway:; E.
?vdnev RandolDh. desienins and
construction engineer of Mad
den, Dam and power project,
and later principal engineer of
the Canal; William R. McCann
and William O. B.. Thompson.
(The text of the paper refer referred
red referred to, by the Senator was pub publicized,
licized, publicized, -on the. isthmus last
year). V,. -x-v ..r-
Commenting further, Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's sUtement said In part:
'in connection with their pa-
Let to R. P.
The Engineer. U S. Army Carib-
h..n awardad contracts toianng
$30,559 to local contractors during
the period Jan. 2t inrougn ox.
A 119.970 contract was awarded
to The Electric Service Company
for the electrical conversion, 011
Madden Wye from 25 cycles
Trnnii! paint LomDinv receiv-
ed a contract for $3,939 to recoat
and paint the rooft of 16 buildings
at Dock 45 Ares, f ort uavis.
A contract for $6,650 went to
union a niumiii tomuutumi
company, inc. to construe.
bleacher shelters snd to repair
bleachers at the Fort Davis base
i ball field.
Curundu with 111, Los Millona-
rios with 3J and Pan de Azu-
last. Lcrm ne im ri ri wiui kio.iv m ..
car with 318.
The government Is contem contemplating
plating contemplating the purchase of snore
than geea hectares of land
owned bv the Banco National
off the Tocumen Highway to
balld low-cost hemes for pre present
sent present shanty town residents on
Inn c-term inert rare leans.
The homes would be ilt un under
der under the direction of IFE with
funds supplied by the Social Se Security
curity Security Board.
Ready For Large
Vessels By May
CAIRO, Feb. S (UP-TBe news newspaper
paper newspaper Al Akhbar today quoted
U. Lt. Gen. Raymond Wheeler
(ret), chief of the United Nations
salvage team, aa saying the Sues
Canal ahonkl be opened for large
vessels by mid-May. i
Wheeler dewed reports that
Egyptian aoroorities had hinderedl(UP) The Glen Arbor fire do do-clearance
clearance do-clearance operations ia the block- partment's latest addition to i's
ed waterway, the paper ssid. (staff is a "fire women." Mrs.-J' k
Wheeler made the sUtement te.Kader a nurse, will go out on til
aa American uleviswa reporter, with the ruck to tare for five :j-
the newspaper said,
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the arguments these advef?
per. which discusses the nrinel.
pal proposals for increasing ca
paclty of the Panama Canal
the attention the congress la la-invited
invited la-invited to my remarks to -the-Senate
on-tlune 21, 1956, quoting
a declassified wartime repoct ef
MaJ.,iGen. Glen E.i Edgerton oa.
the "elimination of the Pedro 11
guei Locks of the Panama Ca-
r Irt tnat report General t
erton, who was Governor 'f
rtbe Tanama Canal when ta
well-conceived Terminal Lake Lake-Third
Third Lake-Third Locks proposal for
operational refinement was
developed, approved it In prinC
lple. ,( k, - : ;,
"In discussing the "sea-level
proposal, he expressed the view
that the main arguments for a
canal at sea level are hot the
quality-of its navigational fea
tures but the relative vulnerar
bllity of the high-level-lock ana
sealevel types to enemy attack.
"He prophetically warned1,
that advocates of a sea-IevtU
canal would oppose, unjuatlf ia-
My any major alteration of,
the exlst'ng canal en the t
ground that It would defer th
time when conversion to ocean fa
level might otherwise be n-I
thorixed. f.. 31
"These views were expressed
prior to the development ofth
atomic and hydrogen bombs,
which. In the opinion of compel
tent inaepenaent experis, recacr-
any canal fatally vulnerable r,?
Igardless of type or location.
"In their arguments about
- m uinr miuiucuvi
TUIUKISlwlutJi' eoeaww ww T
the sea-level type do not aa-i
pear to have been eand'd. Fot;
example, they stress the Ga-,
tun duster of locks and dims
as vulnerable but are absolate
ly silent on the serious vulner vulnerability
ability vulnerability te slides by noelear at
tack of Gaillard (Culebra)
Cut, which would be obviously
increased by lowering Its pres present
ent present bottom feet above
mean sea level) more than IN
feet as specified for the sea sea-level
level sea-level project. .."
"These advocates havt !iiso)
ignored and continue to lgnoro
the gravely Important question,
with greatly Increasea a'J
ty and annuity benefits to tha
Such diplomatic benefit
would have to bo added to tnf
costs of a sea-level undertakinir
at Panama, presently eatlmatetj
from five to ten billion dollars.
"Nor in event of authorization
pointed out the demands t that
pointed ou tthe demands that
would unquestionably develop
for Uansf erring Jurisdiction of
such project to international of
other non-United 'States con?
trol, a threat as serious to ca
nal security as modern weapj
onft -''' - f
-Tha "facts In the sttuatld
clearly demonstrate the absolute
need for aft Independent Inter,
oceanic canals commission to re reevaluate
evaluate reevaluate the entire problem -ia
the light of up-to-date develop developments
ments developments and the best Interests of
the united States and the worj
at targe." ..' i'i
Beyond The Call;,
GLEN ARBOR, Mich., Feb. J
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THIf IS YOU fORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
The Mail Boa is an open torum for readers of Tha Panama American.
' Lett) ere received gratefully an art handled in a wholly confidential
v 4f you contribute a latter aWt ba impatient if It doesn't appear tha
M At 'day. Letters are published in tha order received.
JMcase try ta keep the leHeri limited te one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence,
iriiis newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions
xprssed la htttert from readers. v
!tme mail box
' HOSPITAL PRIVILEGES
Vou poor lost soul. No cheap horoital for you, now tot
that too bad. You didn't word your letter right. You said I
am aLocal Rate llvin at home." That should have read I
-am a Panamanian living in Panama." You also say that vou
re the only one supporting your par?nt&. I am not Knocking
' your father' but If he retired from the Panama canal he is re receiving
ceiving receiving a check from my Government which I don t begrudge
hinu If he retired from the Panamanian Government he Is re re-"eivtag
"eivtag re-"eivtag a check from the. If this is true in either case why
don't you get out and quit eating them out of house and
h0nNext you say "Thank God you can support them.' This
too is in error. It should read "Thame the U.S. Government I
can support them." Then you say you can't get your mother
in the Gorgas Hospital. What, may I ask is ; wrong wlth the
hospitals in Panama? Panama has excellent doctors. Hell
man, Americans working in the Reo ibllc cant even go to
GOrEvery Nov. 3 you parade down the streets yelling "Viva
Panama" I am glad this treaty went into effect, because it
hitsfall you guys that want to work, eat, and "ye the Canal
Zone and when something comes up you yell "Soy Panameno.
ttemon just wanted to make you guys realize that you ought
to put something into the country that sired you. If you are
going to be a Panamanian, be one all the way. I am a proud
tax,paying American just watching his jwn country being given
.wsj every day. Proud Gringo
RULES FOR RICH AND POOR
.i 1. ia -nmos hpinff In the Canal
Zone, will all employes be classified U.S. Rate, as some Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians are now? ..
If so will thev be entitled to housing in the Canal Zone as
UJ.i Rate Panamanians are now and if not why not?
bo we only want Panamanians from wealthy families who
areSsarninsr good salaries living in the Zone? Can t vrt sub sub-jectthem
jectthem sub-jectthem to the terrible hardship of ilv'ng In their own coun country
try country ir- as we do their poorer brothers?
I think the Canal Zone Government Is leaving Itself wide
peli Jovcharges of discrimination in its fullest sense by mak making
ing making one 'fule for the well-to-do Panamanian and another for
IheJpoorW ; 'justice'
RISING R. T. PRICES
if the eovernment of President de la Guardla intends to
v3ivVo the promises made bVlta chief executive, arouna ine ena
Df last vrr something had .better be done, but fast. ..
; Alriadv it seems that some unsciufulou grocers and wlroia-
..7.. n th nrirA Tin some Items m oroer 10 pui
ome more money their pockets at the expense or wose oi
us who can no logger' buv in the comtninary.- -v',
No doubt. thy will attempt to deny that; any such move is
afoot, because they are going about it so cagily that some peo
ple way, not as aware oi out u uu"c".w"-'" "r-.
innir thv hii find that some of the higher-priced com
modities have risen a few cents since Jan. 1.
4, too, am going to conduct a personal investigation of this
unscrupulous move and send a report to Mr. pe la Guardia Just
to afce if he is going to make good his lofty promises.
ken in the plant say the Steel
Workers Union has the right. But
the Sheet Metal Workers say no
that the 200 Burt employes should
d paying dues to their outfit and
not to McDonald i. , ?
So the Sheet Metal Warkert
Untaa far the matr part has .re .refuted
futed .refuted ts install Burt 'Company
equipment in u i I d I ti s, The
Shoot Mete) Workers Union told
its members sot tsliaadle sr a a-jrect
jrect a-jrect Burt equipment. The union
has warned contractors net to
porches Burt products because
they will net previa1 skilled men
te wrk en them.
i HEAD LOCK Uncomlortsble, but unhurt, 20-month-old
Bonnie Lynie New had 30 minute, in this position to reflect
!thst when you .Uck your head in where Jt d tW
sometimes it will not unstick. Bonme go t
balusters when she slipped while waving to her sister coming
up the stairs of their San Francisco home. Firemen extnestea
her, tearful, but otherwise okay.
)",. MI OMB, k
By VICTOR RIESKL
M. .ivr Kinff Saud. YOU think
you're a monarch? We really have
a powerful potcnraie louing
round on some sand dunes of our
He's one of the oldest ruling
American monarchs. Been in now now-r
r now-r fnr nhnut. 50 vears- You can
find him on the sands of Miami
Beach, his cabana-tent flaps flying
ha hiimv. hnM. H. ix Rob
ert Byron, president of the Sheet
Metal wornerg union since me
very early 1900's. Now, at 76, lie
has a Dau case of cacoemes.
This it a serf of industrial dis disease
ease disease meanina te have an lrr.
sistiblo urge. In this specific
case. It ia an urge to control his
ntire field. This Byron is a
very regal fallow.
While we all know that King
Saud stayed at the Waldorf 1 n
New York, no commoner 1 east
ways no dues paying member of
the Sheet Metal Workers is per
mitted to know just where Byron
has been staying in Miami Beach
lo these many weeks. So you can't
really ask him questions about the
strange case of his union s private
war on other unions.
Let me tell you about this war
and how it has caught one repu
table firm in a cross-fire which
has cost the company $500,000 a
year. This is an industrial war
which could set a precedent and
cost American businessmen hun
dreds of millions of dollars and
give many a working man many
a heartache while trying to earn
his daily bread.
In Akron. Ohio, a firm called
the Burt Manufacturing Co. rolls
out fine ventilating equipment. I
pays its people well. They liki
their union, the United Steel Wor
kers of America, led by David Mc
Donald. But Byron and the Sheet
Metal Workers don't like McDon I
nald's union. i
xne sneet Metal Workers sav
that the Steel Workers have, no
ngni unionizing the Burt com
Returri From the Picnic
y DIIW PlARSOr
Walter Winchell In Mew Yorli
THE MAD BOMBER AND CO.
The Devil, who weaves terrify
ing stories out ot aarxness, nas
hocked the nation witn one oi nis
most bizarre creations, ueorge
Metesky, the "Mad Bomber," a
mlld-mannerea. sicxiy Dacneior
nanv Tha lam v tk.t h. cf.whn auietlv dwelled with two spin
. . 1 ; i O . I. A KAW.tnwv.r.f At
workers nave the right. The wonder ier. ou;u Vci'j
Lature is not uncommon among
criminals. Wardens have frequent, frequent,-Jy
Jy frequent,-Jy noted that killers are pushovers
for sentimental ballads. Tears
streamed down the faces of hard hardened
ened hardened Murder, Inc. gunmen when
mothers visited them in Jail. You
may recall Fred McManus,- the
18-year-old "model boy," who kill killed
ed killed i people In cold blood. After he
was nabbed for this savage out outburst
burst outburst McManus i severely repri reprimanded
manded reprimanded reporters for neglecting to;
remove their hats i the presence
of a lady. v
Following visit from his par parents,
ents, parents, McManus bitterly complain complained
ed complained to a newsman: "As usual, my
lki traaterl ma like I WaS a
Byron's union lias even passe j naughty little boy who had stqlen
an apple and naa to stay uenum
fnr nunishment. She
''d me not to let my being arouna
f, nthar prisoners make me
-Down the hatch. Pee! Twelve mora beitopi and I
4 fn a spice neimex:
on word to engineers and arrhi
sects warning tnem not to specify
our equipment in tneir design o
mey wiu oe asKing for trouble
ine Meet Metal Workers iTninn
told one key member in each of
many plants to watch for Burt
material and see to it that there's
uo MMinuauon. or did they keep
their feelings secret from cons construction
truction construction companies. The result has
been the half a million dollar an annual
nual annual Joss, charges the company.
This small national union ni ui new
uucpjrers is u sucn a strateele
position that it can war nr.
.1 ... " vu
omer unions literally 25 times as
L rr8ntly disregard all
tuuns w resolve the disputes I
In January 1J5, U.S. Secretary
of Labor J a men Mitchell himself
hsd to put pressure on the Sheet
Metal Union to install Burt equip
ment in me rora pi ant at Lima,
Ohio. But the Burt Co. was not as
iuckv with its nrodtitra at a
inrysier plant and at the Ohio
en Telephone Co. These firms
had to pass up purchases from
Burt or hsvs the stuff remain on
When Burt sold roods to Ohio
U., then Gov. Frank Lausche had
to step in and get action. All this
has hit the company to the point
where the Steel Workers' chief
David McDonald wrote to AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO president Georse M e a n v
"Its effect (the refusal of the
Sheet Metal Union to handle this
equipment), plain to all, will ul
timately be to envc the Burt Man
ufacturing Company out of busi business
ness business unless the steelworkers who
represent the employes agree, in
the words of the ceneral president
of the Sheet Metal Workers,
"to put them (the workers of the
Burt Cc.) in our org anirationl
(the Sheet Mettl Workers)."
The import of this private war
is that some unions are business-
type outfits. They want the mem members,
bers, members, for the members snake them
strong and briag la more dues.
Tha fM 4Sat tha arnrkara mrm
alreadv Biealied apparently! r defective. "B luyi Tn7":
makes bo difference. And that's per." -re told tte killer,
one of the basie conflicts inside ye she her dead to get publicl publicl-the
the publicl-the AFL-CIO Executive Council rj T,ur,'!?!,U' Ka
meeting ia Miami Beach this 'M' the bored
week. For the hassle wit the rV.rt- ... ... ta kI
Sheet Metal Workers is not aiL w,y Mw H k"1
isolated case. It is typical q
scores of ether Jurisdictional warsi
rough and common like them. Why
tha man in iail with me are my
friends. I'm accepted here. For
the first time in my life I feel I m
where I'm really wantea. us pri prisoners
soners prisoners feel the same about things.
jfebple on the outside have no use
for us. 1 iixe tne ieuuws m
and I think they like me."
His conclusion was as fantastic
as it was irrational. McManus was
convinced his motner naa oepnv oepnv-ri
ri oepnv-ri him of the oride and affection
he discovered behind bars.
Metesky perwnified the gro grotesque
tesque grotesque contrast of e wild streak
of depravity within an individual
whoa appearance Is deceptive deceptively
ly deceptively mild and average. Th ulti ulti-mat
mat ulti-mat in this eateger ; was Hea Hea-ri
ri Hea-ri Landru, who terrified Paris
yesrs sgo. He massacred wom women
en women fr vr S yesrs. Within that
period ho murdered and mutilat mutilated
ed mutilated about 300 victims. Neverthe Nevertheless,
less, Nevertheless, during this entire ghoulish
activity, Landru mslntelned e
respectable hem, for his family.
Fantastically, this klllw wet i e
generous father sad thoughtful
TnnMont.iw the a verase-look-
ing Ruth Snyder was a source of
somber irony for newsmen who
covered the Snyder-Gray ease.
Drama critic Alec Woollcott stress stressed
ed stressed the point: "Ruth Snyder was
so like the woman across ine
street that many an American nu nu-band
band nu-band was soon haunted by an un un-confessed
confessed un-confessed realization that she al also
so also bore an embarrassing resemb resemb-Isnce
Isnce resemb-Isnce to the woman across the
Th craving for attention that
lurks in maladjusted minds frs frs-questly
questly frs-questly explodes with bursts of
wUianra Bavard Psakes kilted
young Eilowi Fa hey several
years ag merely t attract
public attentios ... This reporter
managed to get tat th dotec dotec-tiv
tiv dotec-tiv ear taking him t Bollov Bollov-u'
u' Bollov-u' whacky-ward. W assumed
Poakat thought w wr anoTn-
astounded to learn, "seriously be
iievea tney were periorminz a
supreme public service. They in
sisted tney saved lives by pre
venting gang wars.
Murder, Inc. restricted homicid
es to those who Interfered with the
underworld's business or betrayed
its code. They inaugurated kanga kangaroo
roo kangaroo courts for negligent members.
And they organized a murder
school for young criminals who
received a weekly salary while
being trained to kill. The Execu
tives of Murder, Inc. calmly de
bated eacff proposed murder be before
fore before sending their gunmen into ac action.
tion. action. ."
Abe Reles who was a Murder,
Inc. graduate, ence detailed the
case history of Walter Sag.
"Th boys liked Sage. He, wa
no of us," Roles explained. "He
was .always hanging "a round
street-corners making a living
this way and that. Eventually,
Pittsburgh Phil staked him to a
peanut-machine racket n a per percentage
centage percentage basis" ... Unfortunately,
Sag va greedy. Ho skeppod
town with th profits. Conse Consequently,
quently, Consequently, two friends were de detailed
tailed detailed to visit him upstato. They
took th unsuspecting Sag for
a "pleasure trip," stabbed him,
tied his corps to a slot machine
and dumped It In a lake.
"There's th motive," Relet
declared In his most dignified
WASHINGTON' Slavery In the oil companies to fieln protect
Saudi Arabia came In for tough" their investments?"
?DlClZ)mT;M .dS? The Ambassador didn't have an
esstonof tfflSita Z'L
lations Committee. Ambassador slavery however, the Ambassa-
Raymond A. Hare, U- envoy to fw wver, m ou-;
Sgypt, was on the witness stand, "' '' uui as,, Dan as
trying to defend U.S. policy toward sounded. When a child was bora
Near East dictators. to a nobleman in Saudi Arabia;
Ar thoxa nnt. tntalitaHari mo- he said, a slave child was placed
narchies we are supporting in the ,yith him to they could fgrow ? up ;
Near East?" Morse asked, refer- together.
ring Chiefly to King Saud of Saudi; ;
Arabia. 1 Mr- Hare' ,ske" Morse, ; 'is
"No," replied the Ambassador. irt not true Jhat huma bemgs are
"If they are not totalitarian mo-1 bought and sold in Saudi Ara Ara-narchies
narchies Ara-narchies and if I got out i in the bia?" tr
street and criticized- the govern- ;
VAmoassador Hare admitted that
it was true. ''.',
MODEL COUNTRY, X';
Right next door to Saudi Arabia
Is a strange contrast in what en.
lightened Arab leadership pan do
to prevent disease, poverty, and
CommuniMn. Ip the Sheikdom of
Kuwait, a BritisL protectorate, the
Sheik gets about as much oil roy
alties as King Saud approximate approximate-ly
ly approximate-ly $260,000,000 annually. But in in-stead
stead in-stead of spending it largely" oh
i iSnSou",ndon hJ yal house house-hold,
hold, house-hold, Sheik Sir. Abdullah al Salini
al Subah lias used his oil money
so that every citizen benefits
manner, "when you have no re- protect itself."
The weird psychological patterns
of criminals their warped sense
of morality represent the inevit inevitable
able inevitable consequence of lives ruled by
barbaric codes. Or the blackness
that comes slithering out of their
minds ... The story of Arthur Bark Barker
er Barker is a frightening example. He
was trained for crime by his moth
er, incredibly enough. Barker was
an auto-stealine dehnauent wheni
he was in the eighth grade. When1
he was 19, he was arrested for
stealing a can Barker was only 22
when he was involved in a brutal
holdup killing and drew a life
sentence. After breaking out of
jail,- he was shot down by G-men.
His final words were: ,"Im as crazy
a nol l" I .
J. Edgar Hoover .later wrote ai
Dout mis case: ua ne speas ine
truth? If so,-was not society ev even
en even crazier? Why did it not find out
that Barker was mad if he
was before he and his gang had
committed 13 murders? If his anti-social'
behavior had been noted
by his early teachers, had there
been a school psycniatrist to ex examine
amine examine him, he could have been
removed from the vicious influ
ence of his mother. Perhaps his
mental quirks could have been
straightened out with proper care.
If not. he could have Deen isolat
ed in some decent institution. Some
dav. bv such techniques, society
will not only assist its misfits but
"Te got my story en the
AIT. and old CIO
Th a eve at en the Burt Ce.
htfuriatd Cant re sman Ayros
from th Akron district. He
wrote t 0 rgs MMity asking,
"Is tKr e labor merger, mr
iee HsrT frf there) Is, tHeei
such wars should a wiped evt
said the Carey essmen. If thr
tsat, than there aheaaW be a law.
Re's right Way should Oi pub-
ble get csugbt m tne middle of
ma a aft. I
"That dant make sense," j
-Yew 're Here, areirt yeuT" he
By the way, self-esteem was a
major factor ia Dillinger'a down-j
faU. The gunmaa was proud of his
mustache. Although be submitted,
to plastic surgery ia an effort : te
remove identifying marks Dil-;
linger refused te shave the Lp fob-!
age. That made Identlfi c a 1 1 a
simple for law-enforcers Ia thei
JekyU-Hyde category, there's Mur
der, Inc. Its leaders, jou may be
' TELE RAD
. As laic as 10:00
" Efficient Antenna
. ; Installation
Service Contract Avt-lable
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
; ; U't your SET... but our REPUTATION J
ment. what would happen?" pur
"You'd get Into trouble,? admit admitted
ted admitted the Ambassador.
"You mean I'd go to jail."
The Ambassador laughed, tacitly
a creed ''...' ''"'"
"And if I weri a Baptist minis minister
ter minister and started to convert people
in Saudi Arabia?" esked Morse.
"You'd be in trouble," admitted
"In ether words thr Is ne
freedom ef religion, Now suppose
I was a pamphleteer," continued
th relentless Senster From Ore-
... ..... a . .L av a
gon, "and trid n writ wnar i
wanted ta writ."
"You'd be in trouble," admitted
"In other word, there is : no
freedom of the press," concluded
Morse. "In brief, there is not one
sinele protection under what we
call the Bill of Rights."
NO RUSSIAN THREAT
"That's true," said the Ambas
sador, vbut it's changing."
"Even the lowliesr person can
see the King.'
"There is nothing medern a a-bout
bout a-bout that-" remonstrated Morse.
"In feudal days, even th lowli lowliest
est lowliest serf could see his lord and
"Now what effect are the Rus
sians having in this area?" Morse.
changed his tack.
Ambassador Hare reported that
the Russians were flooding t h e
Near East with literature, books
and propaganda, and were sell
mg" lots of arms,
"Seling arms?"- interposed Sen.
William Fulbright of Araknsas.
'.'Don't you thipk .we,;' had better
sen mem, too, ratner man .give
them .away?" .
"Hare, did not have a "conclusive
inswer, and Senator Morse return returned
ed returned to the erossrexmination. "You
say the Russians are' m aging
great headway," he ..asked. "D
you see any impending threat on
the part of Russia against the A A-rabiao
rabiao A-rabiao countries?" ; ,;.
There) was a long pause. Final Finally
ly Finally Ambassador Hare replied.
"That will depend on future devel
"I would like to have an answer
to that question." pursued Morse.
"Do you see any impending threst
on the part of Russia against the
Arabian countries?.' 1
"No, not at the moment." re
plied the Ambassador, t 'but a lotl
of developments could com in the
"Yes," said Morse, "suppose
w pour manpower and arms In
there. Wouldn't that treat
situation much mor conducive
, The Ambassador hesitated.
BAILING OUT OIL COMPANIES
"Do vou have anv ldi nf th
value of the oil in the Arabian
countries?" asked Morse.
. "A rough Ides?"
- "It's worth billions."
"Now why should Americsn tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers be giving their .dollars to
RECEIPTS $73.t BILLION
xf SURPLUS $1.8
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KECEIPTS $70. BILLION
asaafmm- Ttl rin'!(r1
lTaWr-efs TfT fsTT' or
MCEim $61.1 IILLIOW
EXPENDITURES $66.5 1
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1958 budget, showing a $1.8 oil-1
lion surplus, is the third in a
row in which, the Eisenhower
administration has balanced the n
budget,' as seen above. By using
the surplus, the President ex ex-pects
pects ex-pects the public debt, estimated ;
at 1.70.8 billion for the July t
start of fiscal 1958. will be re,
duced to $269.2. billion.
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TUESDAY, FEBRTTART'5, "195
TEE FANAMA AMERICA! w AM INUEFENDEWT ;PAILT OTtWSFAfEB
Romanian Stalinist Leaders
GOODBYES ARE SPOKEN in the coming- Balboa High School
production. The Lowland Sea, by two of the principles, Dorie
(piayea oy urace uomoonaj anaraonnny jues wrianaoxiunezn
The play, with another-production, Before The Corrida,-will be
held Feb. 19 and 20 in the Balboa, Theater. Over 100 Balboa
.v High School students will take part In the presentation. 1
Even Offkmls Can t Say When
US Taxpayer Will Get A Break
WASHINGTON UP) There is
disagreement among officials wbo
should know best s to when-if
tvei the American taxpayer will
get a break.
Moreover,; the;officials ,who. be-,
lieve a tax cut may come reia
comfort to taxpayers. But so
should, the President, Humphrey,
Brtmdage and others, know, too,
' Someone is. wrone about tax cut
chances. That is obvious. Obvious,
too, is that Martin's prescription
lively soon are outnumbered and for caref 'screening to eliminate
outranked Dy Diticiais wno canno waste. ana extravagance irom guv-
..- .. : j i
see a tar cut coming ior a : aux&
President Eisenhower 'is among
those 4 .who- believe government
sDending may'jcontinue to cUrab,
uhft it h is correct in that, tax
ruts are a long way off., Mr. EVi
senhower is supported by Budget
Director Percival F; Btunlage. i
Treasury Secretary George M.-
Humphrey is fearful that the Pes
ernment .. spending would accom
plish wonders., There is no assur assurance,
ance, assurance, however, that spending will
be so screened or that waste and
extravagance j will be eliminated.
: Waste Will Go On' ''"
A better bet would be thai waste
and extravagance will be Moing
business as usual when all the in
dividuals now. talking and writing
VIENNA, Feb. 5 (UP) Roman-control over Romania prevented
la's Stalinist, leaders had them; any Hungarian or Polish-style up
selves reelected yesterdav in
standard "99 per cent" vote.
, Radio Bucharest- reported more
than 95 per cent of the eleigible
voters had cast ballots by 6:30
p.m. despite the fact that "polls
remained open until' midnight. It
was the first election in Romania
since 1952. Voters lined up even
before the polls opened; r
The voters Bad only a single list
of .more than 400 candidates for
fthe "great national., assembly."
Each candidate was hand-picked
and approved by the Communist-
run 'Peoples Democratic Front."
The electoral system guaranteed
that the results would return the
usual 99 per cent victory for the
The candidates included" all tool
aiaiinists, including Fatty Secre
tary ; uneorghe Gheorgmu Dej,
Premier. Chivu Stoica and mem members
bers members of the Politburo and' Party
All had survived tho ripRtnlln
kation period, and their ruthless
risings, despite reports of mount
ing -anti-communist unrest.
Although they rigged the elec
tion, the Romanian bosses showed
far that freedom fever might have
infected the Romanian people.
v In the face of student sympathy
for A Hungarian rebels and anti-
Communist riots late last Decern
ber in the eastern province of
Dobrutschka, a number of conces
sions were granted.
In an election eve speech
Gheorghiu-DeJ promised to "raise
the living standards:" k
' The reelme raispl watre IX nr
cent- i ecently. The Peoples Front
program was pegged to better
conditions and more income for
farmers, and family ; allowances
and pensions were liberalized.
In addition, the rubberstamn
Parliament last year amended the
1952 electoral law to abolish the
clause excluding -: 'former land landowners,
owners, landowners, industrialists? bankers
and Pig: businessmen "from the
President Of US CofC Supports
?5 Billion Cut n Federal Budget
ident and Brundage may prove, to about taxes are long dead. Waste
be right. Humphrey predicts eeo- and extravagance are almost built
nomic aisastcp ,ior i toe utr.e m to government spending, inai
States unless taxes and spenaini! is, partly because the spenders are
are reduced. He does not forecast
disaster tomorrow or next day
Reduction FarOfj;, t
, Humphrey's argument that
the lone haul United Mates trera
of high taxes and big spending
wuirget the j-country into serious
trouble in time. Brundage esti
mates that tax reduction is three
to fjve ."ears away, That is a long
time, perhaps time -enough to put
Humphrey's theory to a test.
1 Rep.-Joseph W. Martin Jr. 'It 'It-Mnss)
Mnss) 'It-Mnss) is one of those who expects
substantial tax reduction soon.
'It will come," -he-nid recent recently,
ly, recently, "because.- we will carefully
screen -our spending and eliminate
wte andextravaiance.w A-
Martin has served more than 3ft-i
years in Con cress, He is the Rej
Publican, leader of the House. a
f"rmr sneaker,, a' powerful mm:
Mrtin should know what "he is
talking about,, which may be some and other items
using other people's, money,;
Other 'people's money is a lot
easier to spend than your own
There also is a well-founded polit.
feal theory that big governmew
soendine reaps 'a harvest of votes.
A notable figure in the Roosevelt
administration once denied thct
he had been overheard to remark
at a horse track that the new
deal system was based on this;,
"Tax and tax,' spend and' spend,
elect and elect.'
A publication of "The- Tax Fonn
dation'f of New York illuminates
tho tax bite on the average Joe
like this: '
"The average' $4.500-a-vear man
must ..work, 2' hours' and- 26 min
utes of his eight-hour dav to pay
his taxes.- More time in snent
working ior taxes, than for food
DESIRED AKD HATED BY A MAN
v ENTIRELY WITHOUT SCRUPLES
A Aramatie rrndnrtion, leaded with excitement In
"BACK FROM ETERNITY," an R.K.O. RADIO picture, lea--taring
at the htad f Us east ROBERT RYAN, ANITA EK
BERG, ROD STEIGFB and KEITH ANDES, which epeni
uxnorrew at the LIX. - .-
Intensely dramatic mrnTiU are erper'ienced by the
rb starters in this film, stbese lires depend on the decision
te be tsken by the leader of tbe (ttcup and which anas
mriD Efe-r death U sn? ne ef tbem.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5: (UP)
President John S. Coleman of the
IX S. Chamber of Commerce said
today a federal budget cnt of at
least five' billion dollars -is. "ab
solutely essential to the .national
economy. v'. :
He Said preliminary Chamber
studies show that between two bil
lion dollars and three billion dol
lars Can be cut from President
Eisenhower's ; new 71.8 billion dol
lar budget "without harm to any
necessary federal service.'1
These stddies have no t yet
toched on costlv foreign aid and
farm subsidy-programs, Coleman
. : i tt : j i i .1
Stliu. no aaiu ue is cerwiu uie
completed study will show "that
at least five billion dollars and
perhaps more, 'can be cut.
The House Senate Economic
Committee made public testimony
by Dr. Raymond J. Saulmer,
chairman of the Council of Eco
nomic Advisers, on the inflation
ary .effects of the budget.
:: Saulnier, who testified before
the group. last -Monday,, appeared
to take a somewhat milder view
than that expressed previously b
Treasury beef etary George
Humphrey, . ;
Humphrey "predicted a depres depression
sion depression that "will curl your hair", un
less toe federal tax drain on fhe
economy eventually is reduced,
S aulnier refused to interpret
uumpnrey s comment. But he said
he- did not believe the present
spending level, .which does not ex exceed
ceed exceed revenue, is "a factor likely
to produce depression conditions...
in the immediate run."
He said a balanced budget is
an anti-inflationary element in
our program." However, he said
be would like to see a larger sur
plus than the 1.7 billion lollar
forecast in the budget for fiscal
Set Coed Example ,,
Saulnier said it Is-"en'ormouslv
important" for the government to
set a good example for labor and
industry in restraining pay i
creases to those-justified by In Increased
creased Increased productivity.. Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower has urged such restraint by
industry and .unions. ;',
sonnel, eliminating dual staffing of
military and Civilian personnel da
rn uie same job, and unifying sup
ply activities. Coleman said i
He- said a long list of programs
proposed or presently conducted
by the -federal government richf J
ly belong to states and local conn
He cited federal aid t Mn
tionr a proposal to begin a federal
program to combat Juvenile delin delinquency:
quency: delinquency: college housing- loans!
and requests for federal grants to
states ior puDiic assistance.
'No one denies that these social
programs are. necessary," he said.
"The point is they belong to the
states and cities and not her in
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THE SUPREME COURT Members of the United States. Supreme Court' pose for a formal
portrait In Waahlrigton. Seated (left to rigbt): are r Justice Peiix Frankfurter, Hugo Black'
Chief Justice Earl -Warren, Justices Stanley Reed and William O. Douglas. Standing, (left to
rtghtv are: Jostioes John M. Harlan, Harold, H. Burton,; Tom C. Clark and William Brennan, jr
By OSWALD JACOB Y
' Written- for J4EA Service
840 kcs. Panama Gty
1090 Kcs., Colon
Telephones: 2-3066 Panama
, t 106S Colon .4V j1- r.
r T PRESENTS"
Today Tuesday, Feb. S
4:00 Feature Review v
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (re-,
, (re-, quests taken by Rhone
6:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 On stage America
7:00 Interlude For Musle
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCI
7:30 VOA Report From UJS.
6:00 World Of Jazz
6:30 Life With Tbe Lyons
9:00 You Asked For It (re (re-'
' (re-' quests taken by phone
tm 7:30) ,
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama 10:45 Temple'' of Dreams'
11:00 Concert Under. The Stars
-Both sides vm
Swth est North East?
W ('.. t aas SrBSt Put
Thes called .fop; curtailing ex ex-cessive
cessive ex-cessive rotation of military per-
Act of Refa!ia!ion 5
BERLIN, Feb. 5 (UP) -Capt.
runnel oiucieu, xormer u js. as'
sistant military attache in Mos-
cow today termed Ms exmilsini'
i irom uie soviet union an 'act cc
Stockeb. who left Moscow SafaiK.
day, ana MaJ. Hubert Tansey
who left today were declared
"persona ; non grata" nndesir.
able--by the Kremlin and ordered
to jeave. ,'(
Soviet newspapers charged that
both mea tried tot ravel through
Russia as tourists to gather secret
stocken,. wbo arrived here by
train today with his wife ssM h
couw only repeat the words of
UJ. Amoassador Charles E. Bohl Bohl-en
en Bohl-en that "thee xpulsions are aa act
The United States took the stand
that Russia ousted the attaches
only because several Soviet diplo diplomats
mats diplomats hsre been expelled from the
United States la recent weeks in
connection with spy charges.
Tansey left Moscow by plane for
j Helsinki where he boarded anoth another
er another airbnei for Copenbafet I
Tomorrow. Wednesday., Feb. "8
A.M. v. J
- Cffleman said in statement
that the preliminarv rhnmiu- -oo Slcn fin Alarm
, commerce smaies show that be be-i.tween
i.tween be-i.tween one,'and 1 minion dollars
can be slashed from the Defense
ueparuneni; nuaget simply by car car-Irying
Irying car-Irying out recommendations made
aj we iioover commission. ;
Trump management was the
xey to success ln.todav a hand.
Since South didn't have the key,
ne lauea to make his contract.
West opened the kinz -of
hearts, and declarer mffed In
dummy, He got to his hand with
the queen of clubg to ruff an
other heart and then Ijcgan to
run the clubs. East ruffed the
third club, and South overruffed
and led another heart Tor dum
my to ruff.
Now dummy led a fourth
club. East ruffed, and South dis
carded nis last heart. East lea
diamond, and South still had to
lose two diamonds : and .two
trumps. Down two. ;
South made his mistake when
he concentrated on .ruff 1 n g
hearts in the aummy. At tne
second trick he should lead
low trumn and let the oppo
nents win the trick. If a heart
is returned, dummy's last trump
can ruff; and Soutn gets to his
hand with the queen or ciuos to
draw trumps and then run the
clubs, f ',
If East wins the second trick
wtfh a f.riiTTin hA pan Iftarl a
mond through South, but all is
still sale, west gets two diamond
tricks, but then South can con
tinue with his plan to .draw
trumps and run the clubs..
Bodies Of Missing
'TSVSlr'iUS Airmen Found
n:30 Mornlne Salon Concert I ST. LO, France, Feb.6 (UP)
8:15 Church In .The Wlldwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time -j
10:15 Spins and Needles (re (requests
quests (requests ) taken by phone
till 8:30) v t i
11:00 News, ti
11:05 Sptng! and Needle
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News ;
U-OS Tjmrhtlmii Mlrwfl. ;
12:15 M E L A C H RINO MUSl- 00
CALE (Nescafe) '
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of Tbe Pioneers
1:45 French In The Air
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
1:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 music For You
3:00 Hank snow And
,? Rainbow Ranch Boys
1:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Wednesday.
4:00 Feature Review '.
4:30 What's Your Favorite
(requests' taken by
phone till 3:00) i
8:30 News 1
6:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson (News) I
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
. REVTEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Halls OX Ivy
7:30 VOA Report From DA
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re (re-,'.'
,'.' (re-,'.' quests taken by phone
10:3&i-Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Oft
Tbe bodies of two missing Ameri
can airmen were recovered today,
setting the death toll at 14 in the
crash of two U. S. Air Force "fly "flying
ing "flying tankers" yesterday.
Five survivors of the In flight
collision between the two KB29s
were flown to the air- force gen general
eral general hospital at Wiesbaden, Ger Germany,
many, Germany, this morning. All were re
ported ln satisfactory condition.
The names of the dead were
withheld pending notification of
next of kin. The planes collided
practice re-fueling mission.
Ike for President
Bui as Democrat,
WASHINGTON, Feb.. 5 (UP)
Rep. Clare E. Hoffman suggested
with tongue in- cheek today i that
President Eisenhower seek, a third!
term! n 1960 on the Democratic
The Michigan Republican told
the House he had seen a report
that the president and his sup
porters pian to give the GOP a
"house-cleaning" in their efforts
to "modify" it,
"It would seem to me that the
easy way would be for the Presi-
oent to run on the Democratic
ticket in 1060," Hoffman said.
He conceded that a constitution
al amendment bars the President
from seeking a third term. But
Hoffman said the Supreme Court
mignt De uauced" to rule this
applied only to three terms on the
same political ticket..
.Hoffman, an outspoken
Dies In Gorgas;
Mrs, Gwendolyn E. Russell, a
former resident of Rainbow City
now residing in Gamboa, died ear early
ly early this morning nine hours after
she was admitted to Gorgas Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, v
Mrs. Russell was 27 years old.
Funeral services will be held
(Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Coro-
zal CnapeV Burial will follow in
the Corozal Cemetery.
Mrs. Russell is survived by her
husband, Ashton M., and four
children, Arturo, 6; Mercedes, 5;
Ricardo, 3 and Alicia, 12 months,
in addition to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Adam Francis, three
brothers, two sisters and other
bower were elected a Democratic
president, some House Democrat
wno sua oeiieved in tne Ten
conser- Commandments" could expect to
vative, added -that if Mr. Eisen-be purged.
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a happier family. So begin beginning
ning beginning today . start them on
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cooking too. So nourishing
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for special dials.
on-f of Milk
WARNING No. 10
To Persons and Enf Hies Subject fo Income4 ...
Tax In Panama Who Vork an d Operale In flie Canal. Zone
- ------ 9 saw viiiuifsiivi 0 M W V Vi lii IV UUI UU"
" positions, the term to file the definite income tax return of 1956 will surpass
wit iTiuiwn iwiii ...
f. It is also convenient to give advise, that the declaration corresponding
rto 1557, should be "rendered before February 28th, to avoid the surcharges,
. since the taxes caused by these declarations should be covered monthly.
1- MAXIMO A. LUQUE JR.,
' CWef f the Ineome Tax Office for"
. 4 Canal Zen Employes.
.. Internal Kevenaa Department,
v -. ,' - ' .-,
Panama, January 31, 1957."
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A BI-PARTISAN EFFORT--John L. Lewis (right), head of 'the, United Mine Work Work-ers,
ers, Work-ers, and Benjamin Fairies (next to Lewis), former head of U, S. Steel, watch two j
young refugees dance at the Traisklrchen refugee camp in Vienna. Lewis and.
Fairiess are members of presiaen J;isennowers nwen ovtsory wimuiuro
I 'ft -
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" DOES THIS 100K AMILIAR?-vChances re this scene willht, a painfully real one o 1 h
" 'for many Americans this winte season.' Unfortunate motorists and pedestrians j :
. nere are on vnicago s jviiuugciM ovenuczv i .,. i ;
rMEN one Shinobu Chihara.' one of Japan's
most Popular actresses, has been chosen to head
delegation of film players iot a New York pageaht.
s s, I v1 f peaks; they er in Arizona, outside Flagstaff to be exact, instead of California,-,
r j f .;0 it Peakf are highest point in the stated 12,670 feet) and near heart of desert. :
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IT'S NOT JUST A MONUMENT This ii a retaining wall In downtown Los An An-"
" An-" . ... ,.mnnf Thi. uvn nnrtravi an lmDortant
geies. However, n aiso scrvca 05 muwinncnw r ----- ,.
event in the city's history raising of the first United States flag there in 1847.
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FOLIOWINO A STAR-Cindy (left) and, Cathy
Crawford put finishing touches on a gift they are
taking to their mother, film star Joan Crawford, in ; ;
Switzerland. They flew out of Jiew yorK airport. f v
.....ur.v tM abiiamfnt ir Brvui ShArwood-Smilh siU on the throne at CACTUS CUTUFS-These Tucson ga wen t crary,
, rwi.. . v t.i, tj... a .mK! rf Kireria. Africa The eov- but just attacking a barrel cactus, i-nej wani we
. ionoftheJHoofJ pulDKlike inside, of the cactus which, when cooked
IN THE MARKET PLACES of the world, Cuba isyrtonymous withugar. Ont4 a
.of .'the chief reasons for this imminence is the eastern province of Oriente, a
major grower of sugar cane, utner proaucta 01 mis province re nce ruu
to a smaller extents-revolutions, a recent example being the abortive aftmtft
ty Fidel Castro to overthrow the present regime.' Cuba's oldest town," Baracoa,
is in the province as is Santiago de Cuba, -scene of destructionrot tbe Spanish
- fleet during the Spanish.Amerlcan war on. one 01 nefmosi piciursftue ai yw
jlMIIINill Wl.l If 1 nwr. fm nnnmnn m -v ni -fin". 1 "'T"
A lenely goat wamfers around the lownsqware of village f San Anfonio de Swiy
j . .: .. J
' At left is lottery stand while olhor phete I one of a church in Cuantanamo Cty.
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vv-.':".''-'. .. v -' King Fetture Sjo&cHt ; - w- '
American Legion Urges Rejection ;
Of Key Points In Ike Doctrine' i
d: Jtherwi5e -yJox;J34r -H
ijtlvt J CnqtLmmb, iflatriag'4; Bt'tL, Portia unl Urnvtt JuutJ It mailJ pnmptty U UmuuhIu Acwn
; Ji JiL.,J L 'UfUa' PJU 2-0740' ?-074t UuU ?.ooUi ..
CARNIVAL MOTIF AT 'COLLEGE CLUB, TEA., r- Tabie decorations carry out the carnival
the at the College qiub tea held .Saturday afternoon at the Ft. Amador Cf leers' Club. A
pctllera clad member Is shown at the table. : '
CROWD ENJOYS CHARITY CONCERT, FASHION SHOW
Ki BRITISH EMBASSY GROUNDS LAST NIGHT
::'! The grounds of the British Embassy were crowded to.
capacity ior last night's Charity Concert and Fashion ghow,
which was given in aid of the Panamanian Red Cress,
' The Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson performed magnificent
' ly in her dual role a hostess and performer and many com complimentary
plimentary complimentary comments were- flying around at the conclusion t
- of the show; ' ... , .
' vi The President of Panama and Mrs. Ernesto de la Guar!
dia' attended and sat with the British Ambassador through
out the show. f , j t . ;
. i..;.j-.'-Vi-rhJ! .
Civtt Dinner frty
"r ,uJ"r r-r,iHrtr' Admiral'
VnrToue Laame y Echevarria anl
Enrique Ugre ;
. j in wiA dinner lumui-
BIS WUC W" i-n
r.ow ."u" nf th; T Minister of
Mrs. Boyd.,- j
Dr, And Beckmsn 4
Visiting H ,
Dr. and Mrs. hiuh -v
. cir9 Washington are
Argo of Gatun ior a hiuhui.
They arrived uu
lAvfi on-the "Ancon' .1
lor N e w
York City 1 .
Mrs. Beckmann is. Mr. Argo's
' sister Df JBeckmann iS a veteri veterinarian
narian veterinarian practicing inStoQkane
washmgton, ; : i .
Mrs. Mary Lowrie ,, ,
It Staying-'..,' ; t. j.
Mrs. Mary Lowne, Mission, Chie
of CASE,, who. aas Deeu transiyi
veA ta Colombian is the house-
guest of Dr., and Mrs Benjamin
Birdsall,-Maduro A p r t meat
; Building, El Congrejo.: ; t
Mrs. Lowrie will be, staying with.
the Birdsalls.-until her. departure
later this month.
Mrs. Robert Avery
Arrives For Visit
Mrsa Konert Avery
v.namsivagterriiv for an extend-!
ed visit, 'She will be the house-
en of M& and 'Mrs.' Clayton,i
From 52 to 54 Mr, and MrsAv MrsAv-ery'
ery' MrsAv-ery' were residents : of Panama,
with the Point Four program. Mr.
Avery ,. Is now Chief Advisor,
Tennessee mission, u.s.y.M., u
' Pal. Bolivia; ; '' ; : 1
Mrs.- Avery, while eating a dish
of Ice cream,-; remarked on the
wonderful climate of Panama and
how gQodyeaWce cream
CZ Collage Club r : ;
MaMa Carniwai Ta
A distinguished nunlber of guests
headed by tha First way 01 we
Canal Zone, Mrs.; wiuiamx rv
ter, attended the CoUege Club s
' Annual Carnival Tea Saturday aft aft-'
' aft-' ernoon.: fi'.&ir: i" '''.V'-'
' Entertainment was orovided by
young dancers from Balboa High
School's Spanish Club. The girls
who took part were Misses Hayde
Mendez, Mercedes Garcia, Mirna
Pears, Sonia Cafius and Sheila
. Farbmam. ; 1 t .
The program was under the di direction
rection direction of Mrs. J. Bartley Smith.
Hostesses were Mrs. Elizabeth .Mc
Nevin, (chairman) and" Mesdames
' Ray Caldwell, M. E. Foscue, A A-manada
manada A-manada Little,-John Oster, Dan
Pagenta, C. V. RusseU, IL W.
' Schull Jr.. George Stiilman- and
Fred. Weade- and Misses Kay
Clark, Bernadine Hanna,- Eunice
Monroe, Lois Mcrgan,
li;.. o.-,: tt wM inUm
Hammond, Mrs. M W. Foscue,.
In th gpuce
Xxizrfdli BEANS" FORK
I Mrs." Harold Teeney. Mrs. John
Fawcott. Mrs. Bryad Duff. Mrs.
Walter Dryja, Mrs.. Ed' Doblaa,
Mrs. B. A. Darden, Miss Dolores
Chaput, Miss Kaye Clark Mr
, s ra rtwl Mrs. A.1 C. Brown
Ray Caldwell. Mrs. A.' C. Brown,
Mrs. Edward BrowderMrs.' Her-i
bert Bathman, Mrs. Leah-Barko
witz, Mrs. Hugh Arnold, Mr s.
Claude. Aycock, .Mrs.. Dova AntilL
Mrs. Roger Adams, -Mr I. William
Allen. -Mrs,' -John .Adams, Mrs.
Lois Helton; Mrs. Roger Hackett,
Mrs. Otto Herarichs, Mrs.- Robert
Herr, Irs, J, A. Irwin, Mrs.f Ed
Jones,- Mrs. Don -Journeay, Mrs.
W. -E. Kirkland, Mrs. Amada Lit
tle-Mrs.. Clyde LaQair, Mrs.
Thomas Makibbon, Mrs.- Elizabeth
McNevIn, Miss Haez, Matthews,
Misa .Eloi.se Monroe, Miss-Eunice
Monroe, MiSs Lois Morgan,- Mrs
John Oster,'.Mrs. D. J.- Paolucci,
miss r lorence Peterson, Mrs. W
S. Robinson, Mrs. -Ci V. Russt
Miss Mildred Slater,. Mrs. J.- B
Smith, Mrs. Roy Sloe- m,;Mrs
Fred Sill.. Mrs. Neal jnt. Mis
Marit Weir,. Miss Joscliine With-
err ana miss Mai garet, whitman.
;. "' V--V
Guests .'were Mrs. William EJ
hotter, Mrs, torest a iunnmorc.
Miss Kay sheets Mrs. Roy Keece,
wrs. i-oix, iwrs. iucy uyeriev.
Mrs, W. W. Whitman, Mrs.1 Mar
racuimsey, jnrs it. slaughter.
Mrs. Lola Velasquez, Mrs. Munor,
Miss Mary Brigham, Miss Shirley
Moffett, : Miss Grace Rider, Mrs.
ay urown. jars. Jose. G a r c 1 a.
Mrs. Walter Tabona, Mrs. Dor
uernandez, Miss G. Richardson.
iMIrs R- Turner, Mrs. Jennie Me
r'.'l?Ir Kenneth Zlmmermaa
rs. t ramc waruck, Mrs.
Percy Shaw, Mrs. G. Hamilton,
Mrs Wallace Utley,- Mrs. Peter
Bolton, Miss Harriet Sergef, MrrJ
vera rniuips, Mrs. Harold White,
Mrs,- R. .W Abell, Mrs. ,J R.
Hutchison, Mrs. Earl Sears, Mrs,!
Ricardo Robles, Mrs.' Conrad" Un-
aernani, jars, uonneu Ke e n e y.
Mrs. Maud Pacetti, Mrs. Anto. Anto.-nette
nette Anto.-nette Duff. Mrs. Forest Dnnd
tastes.'0 ana miss jsveiyn Horn.'-
Bridge Werlr "'...
Fi At USO-JWB ,- J -Whether1
you ark a novice, Inter-
meoiaie or aavanced player of
bridge, your troubles will be duly
""ra i me yjoM-ina Arm?
Forces Service Center on Tuesday'
ine Diiage classes, under the
direction of Mr. Harry FriedUnd
m ine marine Bureau, have only
recently begun and welcome sin
gle, couples, or foursome players
of varying degrees of bridge skil
to its midst. v s ,'.( -.
Servicemen, ; their dependents,
and the general Dublic of th. r.
nal Zone and the Republic of Pa Panama
nama Panama are invited to learn or lm-:
prove weir styie ox play.
Will SdmI, a k r-.4
ne regular luncheon meeUns? rt
Ji. rt riavtnn r-i rnl
Miu MrHiicrh will talV c
and f hovsauc
roaH tarn the tfc
act th lively
ftmrof mmfh tuSti
The meeting will be held at the
Ft.,x;layt(Ja officers' Club, with
luncheon being served at 12:30,
rteanesoay, leb, ', w
Los Rosalei j
Is "Speaker Of .
the Year" 4
Benjamin Rosales, stationed
at the U.S. Marine Banacas. latu
iNavai District, won a "bpeaner of
tne Year' award otiered by the
isthmian' Chapter of the Imerna-
Uonai xoastmasters at a speciu
mu.ncr I Oct :ht.l.ii in h
Room of tne Xlvoli Guest riouse.i
,U,V ill IHV WD
u. Kosaies is trom Bostor; Massa Massachusetts,
chusetts, Massachusetts, and Is a memoer of the
MassacnusecU B a r Association.;
111s speech, limited to a wiximum
01 seven minutes by the yulea 01
iie International Xuastmaster or-
ganizaiiion, was entitled "Capital
funisnment Should It Be ado-I
ished?" The .award- was ,speciai-
ly signmcant since this was Lt.
Kosaie3' first speech before "the
group. He. joined the group only
recently. : "-.
Second prize went to' Mr.' James
in Pittsburgh, Massachusetts., Mr.
Mcwamara : is employed in the
Headquarters., and Headquarters
Co., i t. Amador. His speech, .en"
uuea" Powerful and Complete,
The Atomic Power Plant," was
one of many fine appearances Mr
McNamara has .made before the
Isthmian Chapter of Internaaonal
Presiding Tocstmaster" for the
evening;' Warratt Officer Paul
rrice, jsjarine -torps, stationed .-a,-'
i .man. introaucea' tne contett
stidkers. Only r- members; -vaatftt
fcuests who had attended one pre
vious meeung. were in attend
ance. Refreshments completed the
eening'a program.. :
Tne next meeting 01 the) Isth
mian Chapter of International
To&ttmasters will be Feb. 5 at
6:30 in the Tivoli Fern Room, ;
Trip Te Costa Rlea e
On Washington Weekend
Interested in an ali-ex Dense ex.
tenaed weekend trio- to San Jose.
iosta iticay ? .. ; r
The USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center is cooDeratinf -with
a LACSA weekend excursion which
will leave .from Tocuraen Airport
at p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 2L
and return Sunday afternoon, Feb.
24. $55.00, covers- round : trip air
frinsportatioa on a LACSA Coo Coo-vatr
vatr Coo-vatr avplane, transportation to
and from the airport at San Jose,
and room and board at thr Hotel
Savoy, a ,new. building erected In
November, of, last year. r
Arrangements have, also b e e n
made for. tours -Hn, around a
outside of the city-and pan be tat tat-en
en tat-en voluntarily -at an additional
cost of $150. for the- three com
bined tours which iodude a tour
of 'the prmeioal poinU ef Inter
in the city, an exearsion to thJ
"eye of water' and an all day
trip to the Volcano Irazo and the
ancient historic town of Cartago.
inquiries cone mine detailed -m
formation knd reservations can b
made by calling She USO-JWB
Balboa, 1972 (for military person
nel), or tne nvwr Travel Agency
Panama 2-0463 or 2-0461. (Mr Pe-
Utl On Catun Uko
The Panama Chapter of
sored a moonught sail around Cat-
Inn T ml. rrU. w.l.t Ik.
'M P. -
On hand to welcome cuests werol
CoL-W. K. Seymour VSARCARIB
Quartermaster, Mai Jania Me
Millan, chapter president' sad Lt
loi. j. w. nearndoa erst vice
Arraagementa tor the evening
had been snado imder the auper-
viaioa Ut. A. . cemurcr.
chairniesi the entertainment
The Panama Chapter of the
Quartermarter 'Associatkn- is
made cp of officers, key crrillini
working for the Quartermaster
corps and U.S. businessmen, who
transact business with the Corps.
PrerWw Ot Canival Dane c.
At USO-JWi Wodrmdar .
boot, carnival Seasoa is oot
By MRS.' MtEIEL LAWKENCC
J Russia excited when he
burst' Into the kitchen.- "Can i
go oveihto wait' ior suppers suppers-he
he suppers-he asked his mother. "His TV
ran vet a chancel that shows
cowboy movies every night t And
his Mom said why dons I come
for supper, too, 8he said to. tell
you she was : having :; cnncoiate
nil tnnt.W ftrenarin a Die Of.
her own, said shortiy;"No. I told
that naddv was bringing
nr&nama uomi ui uuwu
niirht. He'll expect you to be
here and so will she." -:,:.:----
could be if you were to pass oy
rh. liSu-JWB Armed Forces aerv-
timet tomorrow ai V:30 p.m.
, on hat night the Carnival oanc-
eatambonto, cumbla, puntowill
Do danced to a Panamanian oano
hv the dillcent people who have
..tnnrteH tne uso-jWB's Carnivai
Dane Classes for ut past uuee
The irouo has become so profi
cient, aayy Mr. Amcew Mokcoso,
uibuucior of me ciass ana liroiey
mr n tne Natunai uance i me
Mationaf School of nance in
ma ttiat it u time to let them
see and feel how good they actual-
ly, are. K"
i Pollerai and montunos are in
order, but not necessary, for the
dancers and for the limited num
ber ot spectators wu v v-comodated
comodated v-comodated to view the spectacle
at no cost.
(Uraiionun their v dependents.
and the general public of the Ca
nal zone and tne kopuduc oi Ma Manama
nama Manama arc cordially invited, to see
the competition in store ; ior oia oia-hand
hand oia-hand carnivaieroa com Pollera
time in Panama.
Elks Scholarship I
Lodge 1414, 3..PQ.E."Elks) will
hold their annual ball this Satur
llflV flilfht' at thO CIKS HOmO Ul
' 1 V V .
uaiuoa at o;ju. muam wut
nished bv Al Martin and bis or
chestra. There will be door prizes
and a buffet will be served at
11:30 p.m. The proceeds from this
ball will be used to help pay for a
scholarship to be awarded; to
1957 graduate of Balboa High
School. This scholarship will be a
warded annually by( Lodge 1414.
; For reservations call 2-1414. y
f",J :,: W.i Vn.n 11 1, : J ... n.
. i Buchanan In, :'.
i Simmons "Out
t : .- - V
WASHINGTON, Ftb. ,5. (UP)
Wiley T. Buchanan, former, am
bassador to 'Luxemburg was
sworn in today as the State De
partment's new ; protocol chief. ;
lie .aiso wui serve as wmte
House Protocol Uef. TMs means
Buchanan will be .responsible for
dignitaries who make official vis-;
J4tCll0a.USiK ; WiV, iivo vs. mjtu
Buchanan,' native ef Texas,
succeeds John-F. Simmons who is
retiring; i f.,;.'. .-r t. ., ".-i ;;:
v ; tereryonc)' talking aboutthis exciting
TT Hour-long ice revue in our patio I.
Reserve your table now with maitre d'hotef, 3-1660
Shows also Tues., Wed
. Thura at lO.pjn.,
Se memy kinds to Imjoy .. mdl )y iai ckl
' CAT.'KiirS YIGETAELE SOU?
Russ said notliins but his face
went sullen and set. Alter a mo
ment, he turned and left the
His mother waited to follow
him unta. she'd got her pie In
the Oven. Then she went Into
the living room where Russ was
slumped, in a chair listlessly
turning pageg 01 a comic boon.
She said,. "If you want terribly
tof see1 a cowboy movie tonight,
say so. Then I could help you. I
could tell Daddy, and urandma
you have to leave after supper.
They- won't mind so long as you
eat with them. Yon could phone
Walt right now that you're com coming
ing coming over after supper. You might
even ask him to save a piece of
chocolate pie- But lt you .can't
tell me you want v to see the
movie very much, how can
know you'd Wee t me to help
She got up from her chair.
'Think it over," she sald---and
it took him about four min
ntes to decide that he wanted to
see the cowboy movie enough to
put his wish into woros insieau
. suueins is protest by silence
nur resnonsibUity to the sulking
child Is to persuade him to put
his protest into word3. His prob problem
lem problem is his lae of confidence in
the effectiveness of protesting
words. Once he experiences our
rerfpect for his progestins words
and good results ironi speaKing
tnem, ne POgins w rejeci num
ine; as an answer to his difficul difficulties.
ties. difficulties. 4 J 1 :
It's that simple.
Whak complicates lt W our
fear of his ooen protest. ? We
don't want to listen to it lest we
hav to hack riown from our In
flexible "No"and arbitrate
with the child's wish. We want
him muszled and silent because
thU Is what makes us feel safe
and in control of nlm. We Jnre
not comnromlae with him lest
he get the top hand and mis
us- vs. '..,''
mVes ft jnwoMnle o tr1? h
bilker mr Buss's mother treated
blm. , -y rf
If you mak a 3or!al blunder
and realle lt Imnsertintelv. nno-
losriw once And let It go at that
Oon't keep harnlnrr on vour ml
r-ake. The, sooner yo" forget it.
tn sooner otner win. 0 ;
Alwars remember that one
s'neere pnrit is better thaw a
string of them.
.". ee trie ;
f 10 p.m. show:
' Each notice hi inclusion in hlt
column- should be lufcmlHcd in
typo-writton form and maiUd o
tho boa number Ihtod daily hi 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and ; Otherwise,'! or dolivorad
by han4 to the oWico. oticot of
; mtathigt ; cannot ,be accepted by
Isthmian Nurses ' 1 1 ' y
WU1 Hoar t
Max Hart XA i J J1:
The 66th regular meetignr of the
Isthmian Nurses' Association will
L. .1.1.1 4- ... a.,.. . '.'J 1
Me neia tomorrow ;au p.m. ia
the' Conference Room, Gorgas Hos
Mr.: Max Hart of Balboa. C Z,
,.,(11 Li. w-l- 1T.-H 1.'4M,nn. mA mtA n.nn..f. II- .lii',
tern slides of "Construction Days")
and give an informal commentary.
Mr. Hart has lived on the Isth-I
mus for the past twenty-nine years
and hai'alwava! hn .. an onrtut-
siast in the historical background'
of Panama and the 'Canal .ZoneJesses who. testified jbefore -the
He Is weU known here and in thn
States as a lecture
- The Board of Governor! enrriiaLi
ijr uivuea an nurses m mis area
to attend tus meeting,
Curundu Women's CLUB
, The Curundu Women's Club will
hold a-business meeting tomorrow would give Mr; Eisenhower free
at 9 a.m., at the Community Cen-ihand in allotlng 200 million dol dol-ter.
ter. dol-ter. Hostesses will he Mrs. Naoml'lars in 'already-appropriated funds
Frangionl and Mrs,' Gefte vl velon military and economic aid pro-
CZ Roller Skating -V I
Club Meets Thursday
mere will be a regular meetuig
of the Canal Zone Roller Skating
Club at the Balboa Rollerdrome
Thursday, at 7 p.m. All members
are urseii ta attmnd Mitt.. j
vital importance to aU member
wui De consider v v
Dr. I it on Will Addrou:
Cristobal Women's Club
The Cristobal Woman's' nii
will meet In the Red Cross rpoitts
in Cristobal -at 2 p.mi tomorrow.
Dr. Bruno Eisen of Cnen Snin
Hospital will .speak on Psychoso-
mauc Meoicine ; and also on the
new tranquiliring; drugs.
The Club is olannina a Valra.
tine dessert card party at 7 n.m.
on Thursday,-Feb. 14. Tickets are
available from' any Board mem-
uer ana aiso at tne door.
; Enters Hospital,
THP TTAflTTli' i U.11..J v.t.
(UP)Prln Hfo.Hb- ,: n il"
innocent figure in a family quar quarrel
rel quarrel .that: spilled over into a govern government
ment government crisis, entered the TJniversi-
jj i jirecni Hospital today for
treatment of an eve ailment?
-'Ah princess as bea. bind -Jn
one .eye since, birth and the sight
J e otner eye i impsired.
' f Queen Juliana to
savt her daughter' ioht ih
. aHV S,V
tne appearance in tha nnla
spinster faith healer Greet Hof Hof-mans
mans Hof-mans lo 1949. , I
Her, efforts- -annarenttir' tiiia
But her friendship with the Queen
led to charges that- the faith heal?!
er was exerting--undue Influence i
in ine palace. .Tne Queen's, hus hus-bsnd;
bsnd; hus-bsnd; Prince Bernhard, was "re
ported to 'have demanded last
Vesr that the Oueen dismiss Miss
Hofmana Ml Hnfm.H. .n tt,. I
paiace circle last August. :
The hueea of f different, tardoa-.
fmh cgeubl arc bkodad into
tha CkBKMM drink. Yourifitara tov
Sta tra Savor, and thnra oa to
gnodriMi. At kmV
mal V-S f iTa
t tt rcfreak rcfreak-neat
neat rcfreak-neat ey waot,
ad the oovrita-
r 8Ut tor your ImS. Bo. II
W mum H ia nMdicatcd. Itai- If
' nna Powder toothM ad IS
., belpa hMling in cne :. mW
' V "AOUeti toot."
-prkkly bmj and
N M ft
-r- .-y; .r,C.' V .'. :
. V tMMn ef
WASHINGTON. Feb. 5""(UPV
The .American Legion urged Con Congress
gress Congress today to reject President Ei
senhower's request fo 0 r "blank
L-uecK. auworuy 10 grant zw mil million
lion million dollars in military and 'eco
i 1 1 it.- j. 1 ij 1
nomic aid to Middle East nations.
Legion Commander W.C. 4'Dan"
Daniel endorsed Mr. Eisenhower's
proposal to use American troops,
if necessary, to block Communist
penetration of the area. But he on-l
puaea me; oiiar aid leatures of
the 'uisenhower Doctrine."
Daniel s stand was -nmliT tnv
t n..... p n-j ,.;vt..7
wcu. xia.ig, n, u x-v;, rea-
Mr. Eisenhower's -program could!
be the "opening wedge" in extend
ing foreign aid to nations not now
receiving-. It,.-. ,.
' Daniel WM among some 20 wit-
comDmea seuate Armed iServices-
Foreign Relations Committee. The
American Veterans Committee!
program on grounds it might
avoid the use of troops.
As originally proposed ov" the
President 1 and approved by the
House, the Middle East, resolution
The administration has agreed
to. a nrnnoiied Spnntp amnHmnt
which would provide that no mon
y could be spent until 1 days
fter Congress has been notified
of eacn specific project to be fl
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn-
' .; V-;.. ,,)'.
SUfia SOFT, Into Mt Sof'r
hair ttfl bmoutilully
SiQUlAS. bf kmir tmlmrtm
er of the drive to seoarate the'fn ntrnn. u, ini tki, ...i..i i.
Jurto Arosemena Ava. No 30-C3
'PRETTY WHILE WAiTlNG'r V
Johnson- said- the-comprI
mise increased chances; of Senate)
approval of the President's resolui
Daniel told fbe committee there!
are "risks" Involved ; in anthori
ing -use of American forces in thef
Mideast, But he -said any sucW
risks are1 not as 'dangerous as af
"negative policf? Jte .the .frea.
As for dollar aid, he said'hand said'hand-outs"
outs" said'hand-outs" have been ."completely in-J
AffAtiv'. mm An InMiMMf .1 :
tt c n i..ijF:j:
1"". iwubjf. sail ui
tgion xavored icxtending it only
--.V.."" T -VWJ.,
Kenneth M. Birkbead, executiv
director of the American Veterang
Committee, said Congress, shoul
consider a clearer definition of .thf
area to be embraced by Mr Ek
senhower's program He said Con-f
gress snooid make it clear' that
this nation is still trying to bring;
peace t the area.
Acts U8 Magic
ly tragnut Cuticur
Taleuaa eoaiaiaa do
Ca HHonebloeo -ph4oo.
aks ftosb and sweet
lioat awtdlsptr foab,
foot iiritatioaa, Buyl
'jptcMif in "0M .$caion
For mothers to be,'r vrsrvf
fashions that ars jtftt what
you want whils you wart wart-mate
mate wart-mate r n i t y aeparttes to
help you onjoy all ef. your
usual summer activities
with ease.and look pretty,
in bs&utiful colors
in different styles
ln rsw styles and
solars 'X VJ r
hers yet, bet you wouid Uufik it,
Carta Vieja Sweep Would
Produce Triple Deadlock;
Beermen Need Only 1 Win
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
' It will be either the end or the beginning after
&he doubleheader between Cerveza Balboa and Car Car-ita
ita Car-ita Vieja tonight at the Olympic Stadium.
Sounds aany, aue&u i
It will be the end of the Pan
ama professional League baso
DU1 SCiUHMl 1 I."'-
cne of the games to give tnem
But a double victory ;for the
Yankees would create a triple
tie among the tttwetetoa i and
a playoff series would 1 begin to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night to decide the
Th'e teams would draw num numbers
bers numbers from one to three. Tne
clubs drawing one and two wou d
Dlav the first game and tne.
winner would take on the othei
'for the final contest Thursday.
The -odds seem to be all in
the Beermen'. favor. They can
i afford to lose the first contest
and come back to cop the c c-rond.
rond. c-rond. But the backs of the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees will he t against walL
They have to win all two
mes and at least one in a
playoff before they can le
Cerveza Balboa manager Leon j
KeUman has annouaced tht he
will take along rha"a"
Dutcn Koran's" : "!,
kees and mfielder Clyde Parris
" a 'catcher Marcos colos of the
Smokers as reinforcements
the-Caribbean. Series n the
event the Beermen wm.
:- TJie Yankees kept their chanc chances
es chances illve when they beat Ches Chesterfield6
terfield6 Chesterfield6 by ?-to-e .scon Su
rfaw and the win also insurea
?h'Bt?rmen of at least a tie in
the regular season; 11
I on hand for Sunday's Jnie
Lew the big three of tne Beer-
Dutch BomDerger vl ;-
Srun5. LZLm" nt.ipnien cnuc-1
S SSlcaT Vie- i during
'JkJCU n .. 'I
though somewhat remote, the
- .ii 'thrM clubs will
W.rir records, and
irnes, to e clubs con con-W&d.
W&d. con-W&d. there should be sowe way
oPSames anu ;.
edfn a drawing with a bye as
ttTeT vipposed intenton of tn.a
She Caribbea-i Series is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to begin Saturday, Feb. 10 in
v oilman. mnnnced Club
to win a championship was thfl
Spur Cola in tne iu-ai co
ti,.. ttu nft-sDoken Beer-
man boss has come mighty close
on two different occasions, m
be was in the race unfil the last
night of the setson. If our memo
ry serves us right, it was during a
Friday-night doubleheader with
some 8,000 fans looking on and Vi Vi-'bert
'bert Vi-'bert Clarke pitching for the Spurs
4n the first game, that Spur Cola
iwent down to defeat with the tying
-and winning run on the basepaths
In the eighth inning. v
Although Pat Scatlebury came
back to win the second game, aid
ed by a home run from the bat of
the light-bitting Gene Hauradou,
the Cerveceria club played the role
of .spoiler the following night by
dealing Spur Cola a death blow
with a crushing 6-to-3 defeat shell shelling
ing shelling Vibert Clarke from the mound
1 1 1. m "'
- TW wooderf ol story of Tiger Tim (of -Major Ben sob"
fame),,.wb ba beautiful mtber and a "nake-fcelieTe"
father... antil that riotous day be seeded a real daddv In
the trn way'...M be picked m Mt! See TOY TIGER"
In Whnieotor, starring Jeff Chandler, Laralne Day which
Ort.N8 TOMORROW AT TilK CENTRAL,
1 8 oi
i -.r 1 ill tllA
ne x iijiijs.ce upiwuiH
.4-k inM4nn TVkPvi fhpv sp.or-
At one time Trice was tseerl to
wave his cap in the direction ol
4.L.- r. ir a Hucrniit. where a
uie diuvv1 ""a---squirming
manager Andy Cohen
. .... nrninnanr wtIO
claims ne is a student of Up
tnat Trice was
icauii&t w ..... ...
hanth.ir "Rvf hve. baby, as
ne waved his cap.
The Smokers blew a 4-to-l
lead to lose the game and co co-hen
hen co-hen blew off a lot of steam m
the dressing room afterwards.
lne disappointed little man manager
ager manager was still burning tip to today
day today over what he
players "quitting cold in the
. it,, cnlln.' words
of former manager .loe Nachio,
W"u it" Inst
off victory-oyer Spur Cola last
season, couia coui u"
Nachio, who is still launch
N pointed out the
chance tn teanv stUl
had of winning out finally.
had of winning out finally.
- Cohen admitted that he still
i?i iVrinriPd "It's a helluva sit-
uatlon. We sitting with our arms
folded, praying that somebody is
going to put us back in there.
i n,. loot twn weeks
we uau mo -,j
to help ourselves and what did
we ao? we qi""
"As I Bee it," Insisted Cohen,
we had the ngn our hands
and gave it -r
serves m L'"KS
they were great,
: most." w A v
..!! T5t 'Mlnnlia: fttlA Same fel
i no. ont hnme bv Carta
lOW nun t,u n
Vieja this season) holdmg the co-
lamen at bay. me amu
the flag on the last nigni x
season at Balboa Stadium whei
Humberto Robinson was rushed to)
the aid of a staggering Art Fro
i. in tha first, inning to defeat a
J determined Carta Vieja aggrega
Last year's debacle is still fresh,
in the mind of the Beermen sup-!
porters, as the same Robinson, a-
long with Don. Elston and Waliy,
Burnette steamrolled a rampaginj;
Smoker crew to victory over a;
...aKWu s.nnr ("Vila who with three.
f 1a .lav hal tn win ius or. ).
to clinch the flag. The season end--ed
in a tie. and in the playoff con contest
test contest with the fate of the team fa
the hands of Vibert Clarke, the
Smoke-s combined tne pucning ei ei-forts
forts ei-forts of Humtertc Robinson and
Don Elston to bring home the ba-.
It is hardlv possible that such a
thing should happen this year witfi
the Beermen taking the field to tonight
night tonight with a one-game advantage!
anl clinching the flag depends up-
on thei defeating a club against
which they have been victorious
nine times in 15 engagements.'
However, baseball being what it
is, no results can be determined
until the last man is out, there therefore,
fore, therefore, it still goes back to the old
saymg "The team that makes use
of the oreaks, i the one that
f 1 1 "j y
PHOENIX, vAriz. XUP)-j A new
vinnerv i lea ; proieswunw guwi
tournament tour intQ Tucson,
Anz today, : : s
Bill Casper Jr.; playing only his
.K,mH full voir nn the. bis monev
circuit, walked away with the
Pjioemx Open cnampionspip no
S2.000 in prize ,money Sunday ; with
a nine-uhder-Dar 271 for the 73-
Th S5.viar1d Bonita Calif I
nap. hiisteivupt hi siehts on win-
ining the $15,000 Tucson Open, be
ginning Tflursaay. u ne aoes, ne u
be the first double winner of 1957.
In ffu tniimamentA thus far.
there have been five different vic
tors." 'Doug Ford won tne u
Angeles Open; Ed Furgol, the
Caliente Open; Jay Hebert,.the
Bii?" Crosby Tournament; Jimmy
Demaret, the Thunderbird Invita Invitational
tional Invitational at Palm Springs, and Cas Casper
per Casper here.
The new Phoenix Open champ
shot great golf to beat out de defending
fending defending titlist Cary Middlecoff,
National Open champion, and
Alilrn Kniifhslr Mirirllfifoff and
Lsnuchak tied for second, three
strokes behind the winner.
T.lnvrl Manprnm former Nation
al Open champion and still a
tnmth pnmnetitor. although he
now is a grandfather and playing
the tournaments mainly for kicks,
was four strokes back in third
place with a 275.
Bracketed at 277 were .Arnold
r aimer, former National Amateur
champion from Latrobe, Pa.,
Hilly Maxwell, another former
National Amateur champion from
Odessa, Tex., Walter Burkemo,
rrankhn Hills. Mich.: Milon Ma-
rnsic, the little known pre- frnn
Webster Groves. Mo.: Don Janu-
uary. Lampasas,' Tex., and AI
Iialdin?, Canadixn F(A cnampion
from Erindale, Ont.
: k f a r : :
, CLASSIC LEAGUE
Agewood ........... 5137
Seymour Agency .... 4&-40
El Panama 4246
Agowood Increases Ciassio
Agewood turned back Seymou
rAgency In their quest for first
place in the Classic Bowling
League. Agewood won two games
and total pins and Seymour A A-gency
gency A-gency took one game.
Carmen Casclo was the "big"
man for Seymour Agency" with
the high series 6P3 .md high
game of 266 for the night. This
is the third week in a row that
the third high sinjde tame has
been broken or equalled. This
big effort by Cascio raised his
average to 200 and put him
second to Bud Balcer in the in individual
dividual individual averages.
Bud" Balcer with' 633 was high
roller for Agewood. but got help helped
ed helped by all the members the
Cascio . 226 174 266 666
McQarvey 187 343 183 518
Nunes . 167 156 170 493
Kunkel . 139 234 174 547
Colbert . ." IRS 173 zu ncu
902 885 997 2734
TOland ... 185 212 182 571
Lane .... 191 196 163 555
Glelchman .161 202 J90 553
Bover . 200 175- 139 514
Balcer ... 180 227 228 633
"917 1012 905 2834
Ed Lowande tos-wsd his third
600 series Jr. a tow to lead El
Austin rolled to a three to
Panama, but t was.to no anil'
one victory. Td Melarwon sub subbed
bed subbed for El parima, but ustra
was not to be denied. Will Pnell-
KaVar wsa hiffh n-Tl.fOr AOBtin
-and his teammates rolled their
best' team error m some vt.
Only 50 pin aeperat-d the hin
snfl low man on w
team, v -.
Melanson : 11 Jt
liowande . 25 27
Wi'ber . 1 1
FV'imo ,-214 -182
Coffey . 199 17.1
'meda . Jt m
Thomas 1 23
Knoll . W
Best f n 195 166
Bi'ff Falcer continues to l"d
the bt"h avcr-r parade ,:tn
ml Billy Coffey, 13. Earl. BstJ
Harrv Colbert- ana chuck Aime Aime-da,
da, Aime-da, 191.
Junior College Takes On CHS
At Mount Hope Park Tonight
i y A
VVELLrPROTECTED Guy Garcia. French featherweight.
j! gave himself-all the benefit of doubt by ducking and cover covering
ing covering his face during one of Sammy McCarthy's flurries during
bout at London.
Powells Clinch First Half
In Atlantic Twilight
Powells .7 f "0
O.H.S. ....3 f3
woe, T... Ov'i.' R,
if Sunday' Results 4
"A'V8S Jasper 4 C.H.S. S v
-Powells 7 CHS-Alumnl 2
- f Thursday' Game
r CHS va CHS-Alumnl
With an assist from USS
Jasper who eked out a close 4
to 3 win over C.H.8. in Sunday
afternoon's doubleheader, Pow Powells
ells Powells clinched the first half
championship In the. 1957 At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Twilight Baseball League.
Powells, gliding easily Into the
Alumni by a. 7. to 2 count and.
witn tne second piace Hign
School boys favorites to defeat
win, took the opener from vtis-
Jasper, it was generally con
ceded that tne- aeienaing
champs would need one more
win to cinch the first half. Bu,t
that was not to be. Playing
superb ball, that could tab them
as contenders for the second
half, USS Jasper held of the
Cristobal Tigers and withstood
a last inning rally to ?lve Pow Powells
ells Powells the first half lour. playing
dates before its conclusion.
Noel Gibson, who comprises
almost the entire Powells pitch pitching
ing pitching staff, posted win No. 5 as
he set the Alumni nine back on
six hits. Gibson struck out 7
batters and walked only one
Wamba Lung led off on the hill
for the losers and was followed
by John Coffey In the-fifth.
Lunar was charged with to lose.
In addition to his pitching per performance,
formance, performance, Gibson shared hlt-
Yankees Sign Mantle;
Go After Lesser Stars
NEW YORK, Feb. 5 (UP)-Now
that their bin cun Mickey Man
tles-has signed his 195T contract,
the New York Yankets today
went after their" flame-throwers in
a drive to catch up with most of
the other major league clubs in
the "fountain pen demy.
Mantle was oniy.ine in mem
ber of the world champions to
come to terms when -be formally
signed yesterday for a reported
isn.noo. That left 27 Yankees still
out' of the fold. Including the Bum
of the pitching staff.
Den Larson, m6n the Fch Fch-r,
r, Fch-r, is apected H ivo tho Yan Yankee
kee Yankee neootiaters their bl9 tv tv-tU
tU tv-tU M the basis of that vnpreee vnpreee-tented
tented vnpreee-tented no-hit, ne-rva fame he
.turned in againtt tho Dodoers
in last year VVerM Series. The
no windua ri-hror reporK
dly hopM oovblo Ma 1S4
salary $1209 this year but
the first contract h retvenod
ertedly carried edye SMOt
, Among the other Yankee hurl hurl-ers
ers hurl-ers stUl unsigned are Bob Grim,
Johnny Kucks, Bob Turley and
Tom BturdivanL. First Baseman
Bill Skowron, outfielder nana
Bauer and outfielder-catcher El-
stun Howard are the other reg
ting honors with Laurel Hign-
iey, who, inciueinauy yiwucu
tne otner two yriswDBi -.
Each had 2 lor loihv while
unodes hit safely twice ior the
losers. .., . -(
Easily the most thruung game
of the afternoon was the nignt-
cap affair in which USS Jasper
ekea out a Close 4 to a decision
over vthe second place C.fl.s.
nine. DesDite the fact that the
Tigers were able to get j only
five hits, the sailors were tore
ed to use three pitchers to nail
down the win. Patterson start.
ed and was lifted after Wil
Hams was safe on an error and
Rankin walked in the fifth.
Patterson, going into his wind-
up while his catcher attempted
the "hidden-ball trick, balked
and the runners advanced.
Dave Mann took over and
Williams scored on Sasso's fly
out to right. Brother Jack Mann
had to be called in irom center-field
to v put out a Cristobal
uprising in the last hail or tne
seventh. Trailing 4 to 1 and
after one was away;- Rankin
drew a free pass. Wendy Sasso
hit a 3-1 pitch far into right
center, tne Dan roiling an tne
way, to the lence, lor a home
run. After Rav Croft "had sin
In and proceeded to strike out
gled to right,. Jack Mann came
Concepcion and Newhard to end
Bill Gibson started for the
Tigers and was lifted after the
fourth frame when USS Jasner
scored two runs. Hadarits fin finished
ished finished the game for the Tigers.
Gibson was charged with the
defeat Jasper's right-fielder.
Sanders, had a perfect day at
the plate with a single, double
and triple in three trips. Wendy
.sasso had 2 for 3 and KiPth
Kulig 2 for 2 for four of the
losing 5 hits.
lars that might balk at their ori
However, Lee HacPhaiL the
clubs director of player person
nel, admitted '"all the players
snouia oe signea oeiore the start
of spring training" later, this
month. Until that time a Major
leaguer is not officially classified
as a holdout.
MacPhail added that mams of
the Yankees c'wstemarily defer
signing until they Teach Florida.
In fact, the team signed their
last seven players at camp last
Although the terms of Mantle's
Although thet erma of Mantle's
contract were not revealed, 'Yan 'Yankee
kee 'Yankee General Manager George
Weiss revealed the switch-hitting
center fielder received the great
est increase la the club's history.
He received an estimated $32,000
in 1956, so Mickey's new contract
represented almost a 100 per cent
hike in pay.. j
Mantle, who reportedly had aim
ed for $64,000 admitted "we were were-not
not were-not too far a pit" when he went
through the format-ceremony for
the benefit of the press yesterday.
He -had announced acceptuce of
his new contract prematurely Sua-i
Can Topping, dub president, at-
, By TREVOR SJMONS
An improved Junior College
nine will- cross the Isthmus to
night to play Cristobal High School
at Mounr Mope in anower miei-.
scholastic baseball game: Atlantic
Siders will be anxious to see J.C.
in action tonight, bardly believing
thatt his J.o. nine tnat mwanea
the Bulldog's chance of sewmg up
the "title, is the same one that
Cristobal easily defeated nott wo
weeks ago, r
The' College team .: had ". come
close to earning for themselves
the names of "Brown's Clowns
But before that tag could stick
they snapped out of an opening
slump and climaxed their return
to form with a Pacific Twilight
victory and last Friday s win a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the defending champs, Bal-i
Doa mgn. xne latter wm was
mnr. irn-.t C th- 7.n twl
more impressive for the fact thaU
they drove Balboa's ace mounds-i
man, Wayne Wall, to the showers,
Previously J.C. had allowed 51
runs and committed 38 errors In
Bay Croft. Cristobal Hieh's No,
1 pitcher and leading hitter on the
team, will take the mound in an
effort to make itt wo in a row o-
ver J.C. Croft -hurled what ordi ordinarily
narily ordinarily would have "been winning
ball against B.II.S. last Tuesday
at uaiDoa btadium. Poor suDDort
from his infield converted Croft's
winning effort intoa defeat and
put the Bulldogs Close to cinching
uuuwier oaseDaii cnampionsnip.
Tonight's game is scheduled fnri
i o ciocx. Tne school officials are
hoping that J.C.'s trood Rhnurins
in uicir iasi iwn eamea wii nrino
the fans back into the stadium
As of this game, .attendances have
hit a low ebb and has been tha
ca use Ot mucn concern imonir tha
lovers of amateur baseball on the
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
'Won Lost Pet.
7 0 1.000
Elks 1414 ......
Gibraltar Life demonstrated
mat ball eames may be won
without base hits, ellld to onlv
four hits, the Gibral tars collect
ed 12 runs and slaughtered the
Elks,1414 Lodge 12 to 2. despite
the fact that the Elks garnered
eigflr, ailS. y
Of course, the five errors on
part or the Elks helped the Gl
hraitars. Lawyer scored three
times without a hit and Hanna
with only one hit, scored three
The onlv Gibraltar hattr thn
had more than one hit Was Alt-
man with two for four. For the
ams, stoudnor and Burtou both
had two for three at the plate.'
Crosbey the G 1 b r a Iter's
moundsman was toueh in 'the
clutches, and kept the runs a-
way from the plate.
Ah R H
0 O 0
Egolf lb ...
Poore If ...
Quiros cf .....
Lawyer If 0
Hanna 3b 3
Fraunhelm lb ......... 1
Altman as 4
Wilson c 4
Frank 2b 3,
Crosbey p '. 2
Boughnor cf 1
Carney cf 1
tended the ceremonies at Yankee
Stadium, which resembled those
old-time mob scenes when Babe
Ruth used to sign his contracts.
While the champagne flowed free
ly and the flash bulbs popped,
Topping indicated Mantle, may be
the first player to crash the $100,-
000 salary ceiling "within two,
If Mickey remains tea',
he's ainf te de things that's
never been done before end that
include his salary as wed es
his playlnfl ability," the un-tan-aed
Yaakee amy predicted.
Elsewhere around the bsseball
front, pitcher Humberto Robinson
and .outfielder un Heru signea
their contracts with the atuan-
kee Braves, while White Sox ic
President Charles Comiskey said
his team might make a deal with
Washington later this week, me
White sol are looking for an out outfielder
fielder outfielder and catcher and it is
known they have made overtores
f,r 07 .Sievers and Clint Court
Cerveza Balboa, t
Larta Vieja., ..
TONIGHT'S GAMES (2)-- At Panama
Cerveza Balboa (Sheetz 3-4 and Brunet 5-4)'
, Vyji. ' . r,
Carta Vieja (Killeen 5-3 and'Groa 3-3)
Game Time: 6 pjn
Tomorrow Deadline For Entry
To Panama Net Invitational
With tomorrow tha last day for
entering tne mi iranama invuation-
ei Tenuis Xournament too entries
M0innina tn mm in tan
are Beginning to come in fast. Tne
cournainent gtta unaer way on
feo. 14. " ,v.
Mrs. Hilda C Herrera, the fam famous
ous famous women tennis piayer from Gua Guatemala,
temala, Guatemala, Has sent in Her appuca appuca-uon
uon appuca-uon and tnat oi Aureao Wer, also
from Guatemala.. Wer is tne jNo, 1
piayer in tennis-conscious Guate Guatemala
mala Guatemala as is iurs. Herrera ; in the
i.aaies Division. ; .-"v,
a Dig boost was given the Inter International
national International aaair wneu wora arrived
mat jerry moss, woo just last wees:
won handily Irom Juervya Kose,
uiin ranKeu Aussie, wouid be at
tne firing line wneu action starts.
Young jerry is one of tne most
promising youngsters to come a
ions in a lone time. :
It couid wed lie that Moss and
CAFE ESQUIRE SINGLE MEN
toirt flits i" ifMrtlas Vr' feaKiaa
AAlm( iHMiKlei. iri
COLON Playing under a hot
ana oruiiant buuuay moruuig suu,'
me taie xaiquire kinuie meu oux-
lasted a' haru-tignung ti squire
married men team and tuus de
leaied them U-to-10 to wm. tne
urst of a tnrtt-game series. 'ine
second game wui De piayed Uus
coming aunuay morning : at the
Guaruta mcuwal piaygiuuna.
Victory was the fruit of hard
play, lue married men pullea a
way from tneir unweaaed rivals
wiui five runs in tne first and "one
m the second.' The big hit in tne
urst'wasa spectacular bases-loaded
homer un oy Agustus? J&ruan
wno. umoaued a long orive to deep
center, in tne meantime. In tneir
naives ol tne first ana second in innings,
nings, innings, tne single men loaded the
oases but. could not score as bril brilliant,
liant, brilliant, plays by tne oider married
men staved oif tne rallies.
Came the third and the single
men ran wild to not only over
come tne six-run dencit out to run
up a one run lead, 7 to 6. B i g
blows in the inning were Humoer-
to Arthurs' long aoubie and Mica Mica-sio
sio Mica-sio "Ked" Silgado's triple. Curing
the rally, three, married men
pitchers paraded to the mound.
After this point. Soldier Boy u.
uranam tightened his belt and
pitched good ball for the Single-i
men until the seventh when Herbl
Moue had to come In and put
down the Married men UDiisineJ
Homers were hit by Agustus
Jordan (MM) and Ralph Phillips
for the Singleiten. Hitting star of
the game was Nicasio "Red" SU-
gado who had four in : five with
two doubles, one triple and one J"0 ver to ieaa do majors la.
single. The Singlemen assault was,hme. """ ,lia,e3d,1. UD with4
levied against three pitchers wiu, "dead baU" total of J homers. Hi
Jack Smith the last and most sue- i-'uTfal t&
cessful in stopping the unmarried .Lg.pi.y .Lg.pi.y-squaa.
squaa. .Lg.pi.y-squaa. 5 v led both first base and the outfield,
After the game, MM manager and,
x T j ji. I
0! captain, Stanley Dario voiced dls
01 satisfaction over his defeat and
vowed to get back into the run run-ring
ring run-ring with a victory Sunday.'
Bones ached and Joints squeak squeaked
ed squeaked but all in. all the ball game
was good one and should even
be better this coming Sunday.
The public is invited to this con
. line Score: .. '
Married men S 1 0 0 0 2 210
Singlemen 0 0 7 2 2 1 X 12
Robert H. Frederick, J. Smith,
and Herb Brown D. Graham, H.I
Molse and R, Phillips, N. Silgado.
. Ne. 4-S4, 44'tb,
Rose might have the chance to con-f
unue their feud here in Panama.5
Pon Gandy, the sixth ranking Aus Aussie
sie Aussie will be on band a so. A brief
rundown on ( those presently ex expected
pected expected to be here shows Sid Sen
wartz (with,, a repaired arm), JMa JMa-rio
rio JMa-rio Llhmas, Pancho Contreras, Ar Ar-mandoViera,
mandoViera, Ar-mandoViera, Reynaldo Garid,
Wade Herron, Whitney Reed Don
Candy, Mervyn Roser Peter SchulL'
Guisseppi Merlo and Jerry Moss.
2 In the .women's department tha
field, looks hke thist, Angela Bux.
ton, Shirley Bloomer, Jeane Clarke,
Yola Ramirez, Darlene Hard, Dot!
tie. Knode, Karol Tageros, Mary
Anne Mitchell, Maria Esther Bue Bue-no
no Bue-no and Rosa Maria -Reyes. :W
A few of the private boxes are
still available for the tournament.'
These are the .only seats that will
be reserved. The boxes are $100 for
the whole international tournament
with six chairs to a dox. 1
Hall Of Fame
Climax to Career-
PEAR .BLOSSOM, Califs Feb. 5''
UP)-Samuel (Wahoo Sam) Craw Crawford,.
ford,. Crawford,. 76, one of the grea; sluggers
of baseball's "dead hall" -. ai
today his being named to base baseball's
ball's baseball's Hall of Fame was "the
great climax to my career."
"i ve nad my share of baseball
thrills but this is the bis one." h.
said. The old-time power hitter
was named to the Hall of Fame
Sunday along with Joe McCarthy,
who managed the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees to nine pennants and seven
worm championships. :
Crawford's lifetime total of 312
triples still is the maior leaeue ree-1
ord and his total of 26 triples in
ii4 uea tne American League, rec record.
ord. record. T
Crawford, who lives in Hollv-
wood with his, wife, ; Mary, was was-"batching
"batching was-"batching it" at his small ranch
here when he was notified of the
honor by his old Detroit Tiger
teammate, Ty Cobb, who telephon telephoned
ed telephoned him from Atherton, Calif. "I
want to thank my old home town
in Nebraska, and all the fine folks
back there that got me started in
baseball," Crawford said.
. "And I also have to thank Cobb
and Taylor Spink and all the other
men who fought to win me this
wonderful honor," be said.
Crawford was a 190-pound six six-footer
footer six-footer who hit and threw left-hand
ed in his prime. He was the only
"Id the baseball played in his day
tar a si hvalV AtlOllffh j, :
At SI. (lick's Arena
Ilexl Week Monday
NEW YORK, Feb. S-U(UP)
Panamanian boxer- Teta vlba
rra will fight Joey Masea next
Monday sn a preliminary atx atx-rounder
rounder atx-rounder at Saint Nicholas
arena. :. ','
i Wa' have tha WorUj Finart;r ;
v 1 -' Fiahing; Gear i.
TED WUL1AMS RODS
; For all Kindt of Fishing- ;
' v $8i93 and up ;
. Bring home FISH y
Not jutt TALES
Alee a Tariety ef ether items ta stock
TeL 3-31S v
Supply Senrlce t
St, Bella Tlsta
? TUESDAY; FEBRUARY 5, 1957
PANAMA AMERICAS AN INDEPENDENT DAttT NEWSPAPER
Strike E&ge& J-C. 4-3: "to Gain On Lea ders
BHS vs. JC
I f Y
i . tfi it
L t I
PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Team Won Lost
Balboa leh School . 3 1
Lucky Strike 3 2
American Legion ...... 1 i
Junior college 1 3
fV x):!-fr-- yfisy&vXwofXt ;:-Vy-tv ?
TROPHY" WINNERS-.!. Helen George. 2 Harriet Hewett. a.,
Marge Mahoney, winners of the Gatun Civic Council trophies
for ten-year-old group. Helen, winner of the gold Oscar, prov proved
ed proved to be about the best competitor in her age group in the
1956 Gamboa "Civic Council swim meet. Helen .a lso won four
other gold Oscars coming from behind in four of the elaysto
'overcome big leads and win for medley relay and free style
teams that she anchored.
Last Night's Result
Lucky strike 4, Junior College 3
Tomorrow Night's Game I
Balboa High vs Junior college I
leadine Balboa Hi Bulldotrs and1
hind a three-run deficit with
two runs in the third and
fourth innings last night to
post a 4-to-3 win over Junior
The win kept the Luckies in
striking distance of the league league-Lucky
Lucky league-Lucky strike came from be.
dropped the Colleeians into the
Lucky Strike scored the tying
and winning rung In the bottom
of the fourth with Dick John-
SOn ODenlnb- thn Innlnir with a
single to center. Johnson stole
second base and rode home with
tne tying run on Jerry Hal-i
man's single to left. Bob Carhn'
doubled to score Haknan with
the winning run.
Charley. Hinz held the Col College
lege College in check giving up a single
to Cicero in the fourth and a
single to Lou Charles in the
seventh as he notched hi j sec second
ond second win in three attempts. Hinz
retired eight batters on strikes
and walked two in the 5 and 2-3
innings he worked on the
Frank Smith wen atll the way
lor college losing nis second I
game; striking out thre and
walking only one batter.
Bob Carlln had a perfect night
at oat with two singles and ft
double in three trips to the
plate. Lou Charles with two sin singles
gles singles in three trips and Cicero
and Hammond with singles ac
counted for the four hits col collected
lected collected by college.
Tomorrow night th eelaaue
leading Balboa High nine meets
the Junior College with Wayne
Wall slated for mound duty for
the Schoolboys either Fred Ray Ray-bourne
bourne Ray-bourne or Swalm going to the
rubber lor College.
' t ,
The box Score:
F zr-: J ".jrvi'- ,hk-ti
Macaws . . . 2
Won Lost Pet.
ed by Garcia with
Rathgaber with two for four.
The hex score:
400 Roe 3t
J or 3 ski
Palomas Outslut PumM 10 9
Barley ss 4
Bateman rf-lf 4
Pearl c 2
Monday afternoon, at
RIFLE COMPETITION WINNERS Col. F. D7 Miller, Commanding Officer, 20th Infantry
Regiment, Fort Kobbe, congratulates; Lt. CoWobn C. Brink, Commanding Officer, 2nd Bat Battalion,
talion, Battalion, 20th Infantry, oh the unit's winning the annual regimental rifle competition. Look Looking
ing Looking on at left and right are SFC's James. L. Durarn and Cecil L. Stevens, mmebers of the
winning battalion,;team. Bgt. ateyens also took top individual honors in the scoring.
- -'-r-f:: : ;: 1 .. U.S. Army Photo
Wilis 20lh Infantry
'57 Rifle Matches
Pacific Softball League
JunlorCollete;.. Ab-R,n Pa A
G. Smith, cf
Charles, 3b. .
Morris, rf ...
Wood, lb ....
F. Smith, p
25 3 4 18 10
Lombana, 2b .... 3 0
Halman, ss ...... 2
Basile. If ........ 1
Flynn, If 2
. Not surprisingly, young Floyd Patterson is tryin, tor badger
Rocky ManSano Into fighting again . -Eferybo dy nty. I beat
an old man (Archie Moore) to win the title. If I beat Rocky,
rnaybo WH be different. That', why I'm challenging jhtoJ -"
i This i& as good an opening gambit ft any. 1 Generally,' the
next move "ls? I s tatement In which the subject's courage
Is Kgned If Marciano should eventually rise to the bait it
wouldn't b the first time a human gave way to fury.; -; f
titr'in 'and his aides. . are" less interested in public
recoSltSa? than m a' rich ay.- If Marciano could be
3ed toto a come back, a Sight with Patterson would draw
$2 million. Probably more.
'Yoo can't blame Patterson for trying What', he got to
lose? And besides ba keeps his name hrthe newspapers, which
Is a smart thing to do. The way things are these day a
beaTywelghi champion .could Tery well get himself forgotten
i 1 f Charley Goldman professes to be amused at the rraivete of
anyone who thinks Patterson has even an outside chance to
v taunt Marciano into changing his mind.
, J "Rocky's retired and you can bet your shirt he's going to
stay retired," said his fistic pygmallon. "And I might add that
that's- lucky break for Patterson. A nice young fighter, and
Hike him personally. But". . here Mr. Goldman shuddered
expansively. . "Rocky would take him apart."
A': Thli was the first time we had heard the esteemed train
er discourse on the relative merits oi Mr. ax anu nis auttwui.
One reason it is refreshing to talk boxing with Mr. Goldman
-Is that he never low rates the other fellow's skills.
oaitMrunn ho nd. boxes well, and carrying his guard
high, Is not an easy Urget. In short, he has just the equlp-
ment mat can normauy oe cuuuwu vu w ""' co---
- ,.,;i,;v-;;;j .' V:,.. ... ;
."Ezzard Charles had" the same stuff." Mr, Goldman rebut rebutted,
ted, rebutted, "and it's hardly necessary to remind you what happened
to him.; ; ... v r
"' It grieved Mr. Goldman to note tnat some of Marciano's
most effective work was lost on the fans. . "And that goes for
some, of you sports writers, too."
What he-had in mind was the relentless way Marciano
hacked away at an opponent's arms. "These punches did not
look spectacular but they set np practically all his victories.
w liter the ot Joyce. JJmpires: R. Wtl
oulVme ,. SCrer
Led by three men of Company
E. including the first and third
place finishers in the individual
competition, the Second. Battalion
won the 20th Infantry Regiment
annual rifle matches recently held
at Fort Kobbe.
SFC Cecil L. Stevens, who has
made a habit of winning rifle and
pistol matches at Kobbe, again top topped,
ped, topped, all scorers with 218 points out
of a possible 250.
Close, behind was Sp3 James L.
Durain. another "E" ( Company
marksman with 214. ,' ": -t
.Jpming,.this,gr.oup" id, bring ithe
u. jpnnson, c
Halsall, lb ...
Cajlin. rf ....
D. Smith, 3b
4 team title to Lt. Col. ,'J o h n C
0 Brink's Second Battalion was SFC
" Wilbur J. Hallev.'-algo of Camnanv
. Second place ui the team compe
tition went to Provisional Batta Battalion's
lion's Battalion's four 'members from Heavy
Mortar Company: Sp3 Robert Bur
ns, 1st. Lt. Donald Green, S g t
Pharist Childress and Sp2 Fred
The Second Battalion team won
by a sizable margin, running up
an 856 team total to Provisional
Battalion's 770. Stevens, in leading
the winners, surpassed his score
in the individual firing, with an ag aggregate
gregate aggregate of 231, including 14 'V's,"
or center bulls-eyes.
Stevens' title, coming fresh on
the heels of his victory in the indi-
I vitual pistol competition also held
UPAnHv TV. a fir. kin. - n -1
men tn beat in the forthcoming
Panama Area Riflo and PiMol
Cerveceria Nacional 7
Lou Glud "Stars" .. 4
20th Inf. Ft Kobbe ;.
Tasco Batteries ..... 3
USA-Signal Service 1
4 8 21 11 1 atches t0 be held ms Spring.
Next Game ..
Wednesday, Feb. 6, Tasco Bat Batteries
teries Batteries vs Cerveceria Pan Liquido.
Thursday, Feb. 7, USA Signal
Service vs Lou, Glud Agency .-
Friday, Feb. 8, Taaco Batteries
vs 20th Infantry.
Signal Service Winj First
USA-Signal Service finally en en-tered.
tered. en-tered. the win column, in eight
starts, on Friday, hy easily avefr
taking Tasco Batteries. H to 2;
i This. win was credited, to Red
Keith 4 the ? ever-trying hurler
who, with the aid of a straight
fast fall and a curve, kept Tasco
Tasco wag limited to five hits
and three walks while the Sig Signal
nal Signal flashers came through with
runs in the third through sixth
innings. Bob Newman of the
losers suffered his fourth loss
Fastiich Park,, tne iai.s were
treated to a real old fashioned
slugfest hat kept everyone on
the edze of their seats until the
tiebreaking run came In ; the
bottom of the sixth as the Palo
mas outslugged and outran' the
Pumas by a 10-9 soore.
The game was featured by
rive home runs as Garcia
smashed two, Bateman, pearl;
and Pajak ettinjf one each.
This brings the league total for
home runs to 13 in the same
number of game.
The Pumas were ahead in the
second by a 3 to 2 scire, added
one in the third and two in the
fourth to lead by 6 to 2 The Pa Palomas
lomas Palomas came back in the fonrth
to score seven tuut.s to lead by
9 to 8 but the Pumas amineed
back with three m 4ne fifth to i
tie lt up- The Paloir.a3 shoved a-
cross the wmnin? tally in the
The Pumas scored three times
in the second on i.'.u;Jcs by
PearJ, Schwarzrock. and dou double
ble double by Kiamco, one in the third
on a home run by peavi, two in
the fourth on doubles by Mar-
quard and Kiamco and three, in
tne nrtn on a aouoie ny Mar-
quard and a home run oy Bate
The Ptlomas scored two in
the first on a sinzls by Rntnaa
ber and Garnia's first round
tripper, seven In the fourth on
Garcia's second homer, doubles
by Kli"-9 and CaWwell and a cir
cult clout bv Pai?.k.
, The palomas wrapped it up in
the sixth as Alien, wno went in
to run fcr Dahl'iof; in the
fourth, singled, was moved a-
; round to third o.'i singles by
Dilfer rf 1
Scott lb 2
Marquard 2b 2
Rathgaber 2b ....... .. 4
Huddleston, cf-U 3
Garcia ss 3
Kline n 4
Pajak 3b .;.
Allen cf 'I 1 sr
r n ny
Along The Fafrways
and ave way to Sprague hi the
Leading hitters were McKen-1 Rathgaber, and tludd:jton and
ZUS VI, OiKIiai WlUIl iUlU J1IMS 111-
eluding a homer in the ixth in
rive trips and Sprague of Tasco
with 2 for 3.
' s -i
Score By Inninas
USA-Signal: 003 224 Ow-Vl 12 :
7. Batteries uuo iou 35a" v
Urripifes f "Klarv 'r Methw'n
Wally Trout. Scorer: -Hei;ry
J. Malene (LGA)
J. Padron (CNPL)
J. Wesolek (20th.
B. Carlin (CNPL) .
L. Mason TB) ..r,
K. Grates (20th. Inf.)
E. McArthur (LGA) ....... 25
Score By Innings
jun. College 030 000 08
Lucky Strike 002 200 x 4
Winnine pitcher: Hinz (2-1).
Losine pitcher: F. Smith
ordsr s runs
Sing off Joyce. Hihs: 0 runs 3
its in 5 2-3 innings. Wild pitch:
Joyce. Smith. Passed balls:
Johnson 1. Two base hit: Carlln.
4 JSports Briefs
1LTT A UT in M nni nu m
,v BV VimA'a HAM
oui gy; muz e, wm Dy Sunnv Jim FifTimmnn. h..
,5, Smith 1. Pttchmg rec- f.vorlteJo ihH t,"1
1 nit in 1 i-s in-1
Stakes at Hialeah, Park, March 2.
Calumet Farm's triple entry of
Barbizon, Gen. Duke and 1 Iron
Liege is rated second at 2 to L
L. -Chance (CNPL)
L. Jones (LGA) ......
J. Janeau (20th. Inf.)
A. Flynn (LGA)
M. Lane (CNPL) 26
A. Husted (LGA) 23
F. Welty (TB)
J. Nelson (TBI ...
M. Brady (20th. Inf.)
L. Stewart 20th. Inf.)
J. Barnes (TB)
G. Koslk (CNPL) .....
C. Perkins (USA-Sig.)
h hr rbi's ave.
12 0 3 .462
9 0 8 .450
11 0 3 .448
0 18 .391
10 0 0 .385
9 0 4 .375
9 0 2 .360
9 1 1 .360
8 1 6 .348
9 1 3 .346
7 1 10 .318
8 0 3 .307
7 0 4 .304
6 0 4 .300
6 2 6 .286
6 0 0 .280
6 0,1 .261
6 1 2 .250
9 0 6 .208
5 0 3 .200
4 0 3 .200
The starting: n'tcr.ers. Kline
for the Paloma! and SchwaiT SchwaiT-rock
rock SchwaiT-rock for the pumas, pitched good
ball and both wont the" route
the win going to Kline by a
margin pf one home run, s.y x
;: For the pumas tbrse boys had
a .perfert day at ths plate, KU
amco' getting 8 for 3, Pcrl get getting
ting getting for 2 and Marquavd get getting
ting getting 2 for 2- For the Palomas At
len with one for one ted, follows i
PANAMA GOLF CLUB
Inspired perhaps by the visiting
Ruth More, who has just Set
new women's record here, the hr
dies at the Panama Club have
been playing unusually ; good golf
during January. Handicaps have
taken terrific drops,, and there is
a mad scramble for positions on
the team tot compete this month
for the Mercurio Cup. Panama
won it last year, and they are de determined
termined determined oto- keep it.
Irene Robinson created a senaaq
tion at the Ladies' Day tournament -last
Tuesday when she eagled the
tenth hole, sinking her 5-iron ap?
proach on this, par 4. This feat
did not unnerve her however,, foe
she went right ahead and finished
the round with a flashy 79. the
first time she has ever broken 80."
Turn-outs for the Tuesday la"
dies' day have been excellent and.j
we welcome the girls from Ama-V
Sheets for the dry season rlngep
weut'up pu, Feb.. .i The iourtfav"
me,nt;,wili:run,,tp: the end bf .Apr-T,
with. -entrants permitted to turn Ha
onlyi,tvo ringer icora cards "a
week. The handicaps as of May 1-
will be used for the net scores.""
W L SO IP ER Ate.
McNair lane (CNPL) 7 -0 29 52 23 12 1.000
Fritz Cheney (LGA) 4 0 13 29 10 1.000 1
John Wesolek (20th. Inf.) 3 3 14 46 15 .500,
Bob Newman TB)... .. 3 4 7 46 23 7 .429
Red Keith (USA-SIg.).v....4.. 1 5 10 45 23 25 .167
Lou Hilzinger l LGA) . .' 0 3 14 26 12 .000
ur' OAlrtTtian- made it clear he didn't doubt for an instant
that Patterson would be similarly maltreated, if by some un--happy
chance, he ever had to face Mr. Ex. v
in'' passing, the gentleman protested 1 that his protege's'
prestige had suffered because of the standards by which his
techniques were gauged. v ;
.''"You do not use the same criterion to Judge a fencer as
you do hort putter," he said, -and yet there was a tendency
i to do that In connection with Rocky fights. Naturally, he
inissed a lot. But keep in mind hi was always throwing
- punches. He wasn't crude. He was simply overpowering, and
,ln ids own particular fashion he was deadly effective."
)--'. -"r ; GREAT IN ONE WAY j :
Of course, due allowance mut be made for. the jentimental
bias which colors Mr. Goldman'a picture of his masterpiece.
'Even so, he at least Is partially correct. Marciano never lost
; fight and there were times when ne won, In the old pro
; manner-v yi:. ... ..'.:.,,- . 1 1 "--.-
s Tula was tne Odd tning aio me wrom irvn aimn. v c
. mean, the way he woald follow a stretch of Golden Glove
' maladroirness with a sadden outburst of technical mastery. An
BforgetUble example was the short,, explosive punch that
'shattered WaJcott in the Philadelphia light. Jt didn't travel
more than tir teU Dempsey at bis best couldn't have 1m-
preved en It.. .-,v ;' v i- ",:'
; ,.A contrasting example was the way he let Moore escape In
: the fourth round after he had pinned riht Ascien One against
the ropes near a corner. As a guess, he threw 50 punches. As
; another guess, he missed 49. And whan the aimless bombard bombard-f
f bombard-f ment ceased, Moore was refreshed. Rocky arm weary and sore-
ry winded. By no standard was this a rreat fighter in action.
I V .";How'i that? .' T.-,
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rived here Sunday to begin wrap wrap-up
up wrap-up training for his Feb. 18 non non-title
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CHICAGO,-Feb. 5 (UP) A
NEW YORK (UP) -Andy Bath
gate, star New York Rigger:,
wing, will receive the Catholic!
trade that would bring the Chica- J" organisation s a n a u a 1
go White Sox a hitting outfielder S. 0 e ', eportsmansbip sward
and a catcher was nearer today Tuesday following the Blue Shirts'
after While Sox officials reported Pfctce Bathgate was
that Calvin Griffith of the Wash- ch?e" plyer who exem exem-lngton
lngton exem-lngton Senators -seemed interest-'P11?" ,th ,,deJ sportsmanship
ed" in a player swap. i. I end fair piay-
i : r- Oh, we were corninf to that.
carry out f the ring. 1
Moore's the guy they had to
"... ..Editor: CONRADO SARCEAMT
Although the Sox spokesman de
clined to name any specific udv
viduals, it is known that the Sox
have been Interested In snagging
Roy Sievers, hard-slugging o t t-fielder
fielder t-fielder and catcher Clint Courtney.
Chicaco Vice-President Charles
Comiskey chatted with GrhTith by
telephone over the weekend.
"Mr. Griffith seemed Interested
In the deal," the spokesman said.
"He probably needs a few days
to think it over. But we should
know one wsy er the other by
Thursday or Friday.
The White Sox are reportedly
willmt to trade eenerously to get
Sievers and Courtney ia Chicago
uniform. The Senator need aid
mainly in the pitchinx and infield
departments. The Sox already
have nrniea mat euiy fierce, uns
Aparicio and Nellie Fox would
not be exempt from trade this
' Comiskey also had weekend
!- 1 tion t with officials of the
Boston Red Sox and the' Detroit
I Tigers, the spokemaa said. i
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Name, Play Magic
What's in a name?" Arthur
mini, niit Prize-1
Mmr author of the Pulitzer Prize
SaT.m T ''Death of a Sales-land
n7V'"presented by the
Theater Guild jrcn..
Mar 2, agrees with Shakespeare
that it's not very much.
Before-Miller's play opened, to
New York, the producers tried to
talk the playwright into giving his
play a more cheerful title. Miller
pointed out that "Death Takes a
Holiday" had been a big success
-wv...h v,..rinff the dread word
i w title and besides "Death of
Salesman" was a precisely ac accurate
curate accurate description of his play,
whii.h relates how a traveling
. salesman meets his end. The pro-i
ducers came bacK wan lunncr ar arguments
guments arguments as to how poisonous the
word "death" might be at the
box office, and the discussion was
continued for dayr
Then a play by Garson Kanin,
with the .lDtimistic title of The
Smile of the World."a nd was a
quick, resounding flop. Miller
brought the adverse critics' notic notices
es notices to his producers, flung them on
a desk and clinched his point with
the announcement: So mucn for
And 'Death of a Salesman" re
mained the name of his play.
Since it subsequently became one
of the greatest hit of this centu
ry. Miller s point seems well tak taken.
en. taken. Trawler Said Down
Off Scolland Coasl
Others in Distress
MALLA1G. Scotland. Feb. S
ffcP) A trawler was- reported
annk in the gale lashed Atlantic
two other trawlers and a freigh
ier were in distress.
The Mallaig coastguard cutter,
answering an SOS. from tie
trawler Robert Lindrick which re
ported it itself oc the rocks near
the island of Mull, could find
either the ship nor the survi survivors.
vors. survivors. The lifeboat was continuing the
search. It was aot known now
many crewmen bers the Lindrick
Heavy seas pounded the whole
north western coast of Britain.
The Barrow in rurness fafboat
was launched late last night after
the Fleetwood trawler Air m aria,
wtta a crew of U aboard, said
she was ir de distress" about
even sniler Borthwest of More More-eamb
eamb More-eamb lisrht wH. The Dcaa
Ssnft, anothr Fleet wood trawler,
was tnin; by.
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Chalk-Scrawled Plea For Help
May Be Clue To Grimes' Mystery
CHICAGO, Feb. 5 (UP) Deputy
snerms ioaay touna tne .cnalfe-
scrawled word "Help" written
tour times and a cardboard box
containing human flesh and hair
near the ditch where the nude
bodies of two sisters were discov discovered
ered discovered 13' days ago.
'. The appeal for help was found
on a beam of an abandoned ga
rage on Chicago s southwest out-
Deputies said they found the let
ters "p" and "b" on the beam.
These letters corresponded with
thevftrst names of the murdered
Grimes sisters, Patricia, 13, and
Barbara; K.'.-VjV -V""
Within the tame nbur. deouties
announced the discovery of a card
board box containing a piece of
human flesh, a piece of scalp and
two wads of human hair.
The box was found a half mile
from the ditch on German Church
Road where the Grimes' girls
bodies were found. The garage
was within a half mile of the
The contents of the box were
rushed to the Chicago Crime Lab
oratory for analysis. Chicago po-
'lice sent a homicide squad detail
a crime laboratory crew to
The garage, little more than a
shack, and the cardboard box
were found within three blocks of
each other on or near German
Undersheriff Thomas Brennan
saidt he words "help" were in
shaky block capitals on a two-bu-four
beam used to support the ga garage.
rage. garage. There were arrows pointing
up and down between the words,
Dr. jerry Keanrs, coroner's
Yugoslavia Off-Limits to Hungarians
Fleeing Red Terror. Guards to Shoot
VIENNA, Feb. 5 (UP) Com Communist
munist Communist Hungary sealedi ts border
J J , :
day and ordered mixed patrols of
Huneanan and Russian soideirs
to shoot anyone trying to escape.
Budapest radio announced that
five counties along the border
had been declared a prohibited
area and could be entered only
with special documents.
The radio broadcast an interior
ministry announcement said "thou
sands of persons have appeared
in the border zone recently with
the obvious intention of crossing
illegally into Yugoslavia.
"This has endangered the secur security
ity security of the country, and the secur security
ity security forces therefore have received
orders to close traffic in the Yu
goslav border zone the announce
More than 16.000 Huncariani
have flee to Yugoslavia since
the start of the revolution in fw.
woer. More than 170.000 others
have crossed into Austria.
Kefusees rearhinar Austria In th
last 24 hours reoorted uvurtt.
Soviet Says A-Guns
Urges Nuclear Ban
NEW DELHI. India. Peh
(UP) Soviet Defease Minister
Georgi Zhuxor warned today there
is "every possibility- that atomie
weapons will be used in anv fu
ture war. Znukov, tounnf India,
said there is danger of war be because
cause because "oft be imperialistic outlook
which bad heightened interoatioo-
Re noted that the United States
and its NATO allies are introduc introducing
ing introducing weapons in their forces, to a a-void
void a-void their use, he taid, military
leaders must eampaira a fains
:. 1U La Carraousiuia
No. M Street
ftb ef Jul Ave. J St
pathologist, pointed out that
original autopsy report on
girls' bodies had mentioned
signs ofe xternal violence.
However, he said, some flesh
had been ripped from Patricia's
He. and other medical authori authorities
ties authorities emphasized that the ; exact
cause of the girls' death Is yet to
Hundreds of men searched the
area surrounding the ditch on the
edge of Devil's Creek last month
without finding any clues. Author Authorities
ities Authorities said melting snow this week weekend
end weekend has now made a foot-by-foot
search possible.'. -: i
iPolice .officials, werr unwilling
to make early comments on: the
significance of the new discover
ies. The appeal for help recalled
theories that the girls mignt nave
been held captive before their
. .The girls disappeared from their
neighborhood as tney wau&ea
home from a movie on the night
of Dec. 28. A medical report has
ninnointed the time of death at
about midnignt uec. &.
Ike To Georgia,
To See George
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 (UP)
President Eisenhower hopes to
pet iwiv soon for a visit to the
Thomasville. Ga.. plantation of
Treasury Secretary George M.
Humphrey, rhe White House slid
No date has been set but the
President is expected to leave
Washington by plane Friday or
precautions also have been In Increased
creased Increased along the Austrian bor
der. They said they saw bodies of
several refugees who had been
shot by border guards, in their es escape
cape escape attempts.
Agrees To Debate
On Foreign Policy
MOSCOW, Feb. 5 (UP) The
supreme soviet (parliament) a a-greed
greed a-greed today to a major debate
on Soviet foreign roller at its
iirsi session since tne upneavais
in foiana ana Hungary.
Top leaders of the govern government
ment government and party, with one excep exception,
tion, exception, were on hand for the
opening meetings ef both Hous Houses
es Houses of the Supreme Soviet. The
exception was Defense Minister
Marshal Georgi Znukov who is
Deputy Premier Lazar Kagan Kagan-ovich
ovich Kagan-ovich and Georgi Malenkov,
and Foreign Minister Dmitri T.
Sheptlov, whose health has been
the subject of considerable ru
mors in tbe west, attended the
meetings, premier Nikolai Bul Bul-ganln
ganln Bul-ganln and Communist Party
Secretary Nlklta 8. Khrushchev
also were present along with
other prominent party and gov government
ernment government officials.
The two chambers met separ separately
ately separately and adopted identical a-g-endaa,
including; "questions af affecting
fecting affecting the international situa situation
tion situation and the forelcn policy of
the Soviet Union."
The first item to be consider considered
ed considered is -an amended five-year
plan and the 1957 state budget
More than 350 deputies were
on hand when the council of
nationalities convened in the
marbled St Andrews HaU in
thtcremlin this morning.
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Mexican Jail Shot
Bui Chum Gives Up
TIJUANA, Mex. Feb. 5 (UP) I
James Edward Davis,' 19, 'of Fort
Worth, Tex.y a suspect in two
holdup-shootings, was shot and
killed when he and a companion
tried to escape from jail, Mexi Mexican
can Mexican authorities said today.
Police here said Davis was shot
yesterday when he failed to obey
orders to halt while trying to es
cape through a tunnel. His com companion,
panion, companion, tentatively identified as J.
D. Pyle, 21, of Fort -Worth, sur surrendered.
rendered. surrendered. Davis was jailed here.in con connection
nection connection with the Jan. 4 Tijuana
holdup-shooting o' hotel manag manager
er manager Mario AguiJera, who was
In nearby San Diego, Calif.,
chief of police detectives Grahan
Roland said Davis also was want wanted
ed wanted in Fort Worth for ouestioninc
m me cnnsimas Jfive irobberv
slaying of Ralph Claybrook, a
juke box firm operator.
Diablo Camera Cub
r.xiwis Take Ptoto
Fi?ld Trip !ri RP-
Twenty-five members of the
Diablo Camera Club crossed the
isthmus Sunday, on a photog photographic
raphic photographic field trip.
After a swim at the private
beach of one of the membres,
tne photographers settled down
to picture-taking of, the rugged
snoielme and rough, dry-season
ocean. ine quaint village of Sa Sa-lud,
lud, Sa-lud, spread on the shores of tne
Cariboean, was aiso visited,
lapheis settled down to picture picture-taiting
taiting picture-taiting cf the rugged shoreline
and rough, dry-season ocean.
The quaint village of Salud.
spread on the shores of the Car Caribbean,
ibbean, Caribbean, was also visited.
At the cluo meeting schedul
ed for Thursday : evening, cluo
members will show, color slides
taken on recent trips to tne
Panama Coca Cola Bottling Co.
and to Madden Dam hydroelec hydroelectric
tric hydroelectric plant. An educational fea feature
ture feature oi the evenins will be a
lecture, illustrated with 50 slides,
entitled "Making; Pictures Peo
ple Like." The lecture, present
ed through the courtesy of the
Kodak company, is directed to
the beginner in photography
who has advanced to the point
where he is serious about im improving
proving improving his pictures. Ideas on
various types of subject matter
will be presented and illustrat illustrated.
ed. illustrated. --.
The photographers will jour journey
ney journey to Quito, Ecuador, for a
three -dav weekend on Feb. 22,
follower in March and April by
planned trips on the Las Cruces
trail, to Rey Island and to San
Bias Islands for a weekend.
. Thursday's meeting which will
be held in the club's meeting
loom on Hams Street in Diablo
KelghU, will begin mt 7:30 pjn.
Gueses are invited, t .,
19 Guns Rattle
HEIDELBERG, Germany, Feb.
5 (UP) Rttiring "U.S. Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Dr. James B. Conant re received
ceived received a 19-gun salute today dur
ing a farewell visit to U.S. Army
European Headquarters here.
European Commander Gen. H.
I. Hodes tendered a lunch for Con
ant who is leaving for New York
Feb. 19 to return to the field of
education. He had been President
of Harvard University before n-
teringt ba diplomatic service four
years ago. "-"'--
At Santa Cruz
On February 22
A gala "Can-Can Hop" will be
sponsored by the Alamo Social
and Sport Club of Gamboa on
Feb. 22 at the Santa Cruz Serv Service
ice Service Center.
Featuring Emlllo Sempris and
his Rumba Casino orchestra,
the dance will be in honor of
Panama radio announcer Dave
Admission prices to the dance
$1 for men and 25 cents for ladles.
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Big Cast Readying
For Shovv Thursday
At Paraiso Theater
A cast of approximately 25 top
locai artists and musicians are
putting the finishing touches this
week on the scheduled presents
tion of "Jamboree," a star-stud
ded musical extravaganza, at the
raraiso Tiieater Thursday nighf.
In addition to the show, which
will be staged at 8 p.m., the mo movie
vie movie "The House oi Bamboo" will
be shown, starting at 6:15 p.m,
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ed by Danny Bishop and compa company,
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ley Paisley in a multi-tempoed, ten-minute
song sind dance review, with
Bishop and Icllda Bascombe as
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Bella, is also scheduled for pres
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batic acrobatic team, the Hugues brother
and sister rock 'n roll and cha
cha cha dancers and others.
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garian Hungarian refugees shortly, under Sec
retary of Statff Christopher H.
Phillips said yesterday. ,. ; ;
Phillips, here on a mission of
Inquiry into lha slate of Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian refugees, met with Aus Austrian
trian Austrian Minister of the Interior
Oskar Helmer yesterday and
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Stales will fly the refugees a a-crow
crow a-crow the Atalntic free of charge.
The last major batch of-' Hun
garian refugees were flown to the
tt XT r : n tt
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mas. Christmas. Informed sources said Phillip's
announcement was probably trig triggered
gered triggered by his talks in Geneva with
officials of the United Nations re
fugee high commission. Some 170,
ooO Hungarians have fled to the
West since the uprsising last Oc October,
tober, October, and Austria has repeatedly
urged other western nations to
help ease the burden of raring" for
Phillin alsA met vQtkrHav-with
Austrian Foreign Minister Leopold
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ration declaration issued after the talks be between
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sult result of the 20th Congress of the
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nion conditions have, been created
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RED SPY RING HAS BEEN WORKING SINCE PEARL HARBOR -A,..
Sobles, Albam I ndicted For Spying;
10 Russians Said Co-conspirators
NEW YORK, Feb. 5 (UP) Two men and a woman were indicted yesterday on
charges of conspiring to pass U. S. secrets to a free-spending Moscow-directed inter inter-national
national inter-national cafe society spy ring that has been in operation since one month after Pearl
A special espionage Feder&J Grand J ury also accused 10 Russians, most of them
diplomatic employes, as co-conspirators in a spy network reaching from Essex House
on New York's Central Park South to an apartment in Moscow.
The jury .said there were a number of "unknown co-conspirators" hired by the
espionage ring to get U. S. government jobs in this country,' Germany and Austria to
steal and transmit military .economic and governmental secrets for Russia.
Federal Judge Gregory F. Noon Noon-n
n Noon-n ordered the jury to resume its
investigation indefinitely, appar apparently
ently apparently to seek the identities of
these alleged" co-conspirators and
return indictments against them.
All of the Russians have leff the
V. S., but the three defendants
face possible death in the electric
chair if they are convicted of plot plotting
ting plotting with the biggest espionage
espionage ring exposed since exe executed
cuted executed atom spies Julius and Ethel
Rosenberg were arrested nearly
seven years ago.
Jack Soble, 53, his wife, Myra,
52, and Jacob Albam, 64, were ar arrested
rested arrested Jan. 25 and are in jail un under
der under $100,000 bond each. Soble and
Albam are natives of Lithuania.
Mrs. Soble war born in Russia.
The Sobles are naturalized Amer Americans.
icans. Americans. Albam was denied natural
ization in 1951.
The indictment charged thet hree
with entering into the spy con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy in 1942, five years before
they came to the United States.
The Sobles later were accepted
for U.S. citizenshipe ven as they
plotted against the country. Al Albam
bam Albam came the same year and left
again after marrying an Ameri American,
can, American, thus assuring his readmission
to the country.
; Known As "ftUr"
"Soble, known also si "Peter"
and "Abram." and Albam. known
as "Belova.r' were charged with
peing Soviet agents. Mrs. Soble
was accused of eonspiring to act
as 'a soviet agent.
v All three were accused, of eon
spiring t trnsmit to Russia and
its agents documents, writings.
phatographs and other informa
tion relating ttr the national de
fense, particularly to intelligence
cuviues oi me u. s. armed
The indictment said the espion espionage
age espionage ring to which the three al allegedly
legedly allegedly belonged had been operat operating
ing operating from January, 1942, 'until the
date of fling this indictment," in
other words, until today.
Sworn In Last Wttlt
The grand jury indictment, re returned
turned returned just a week after the 14
men and nine women were sworn
In, charged thar spy trysts were
held in New York at the Essex
House, the Barbizon Plaza Hotel
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ACCUSED OF SPYING FOR REDS Mrs. Myra Soble and her
husband, Jack Soble (center), enter Federal Court In New York
In custody of a Federal Marshal.
ite among radio
personalities. 1 -?.:
Abroad, clandestine meetings
for the purpose of passing secreu
or receiving money or new inu inu-sfructions
sfructions inu-sfructions allegedly were held in
the restaurant Des Eacx Vives in
Geneva, Switzerland, the Park
Beau Rivage in Lausanne, Swit Switzerland,
zerland, Switzerland, and the Cafe Mozart in
Vienna. Other alleged meetings
were held in Paris, and evidence
tracked' town for presentation to
the grand jury also included a
meeting Feb. 1, 1950 in a Mos
cow apartment by three alleged
The scope of this spy ring was
much broader and its operation
apparently more highly financed
than the Rosenberg espionage ap apparatus.
paratus. apparatus. Th Rosenbergs, poor residents
of New York's lower East Side,
kept their trysts with Soviet
agents on street corners, in apart apartments,
ments, apartments, at the entrances of restau
rants such as Childs, or outside
When the Sobles were arrested.
and Howie's Restaurant, a favor- they were living in a $180-a-month
GS-ls AND UP, CAN YOU PASS THE BUCK?
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"Let th people know the truth and the country i$ iae', 'Abraham Lincoln
" PANAMA, Rl P., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1957
GOES TO COURT Jacob
Albam, 65-year-old New pork porker
er porker accused of spying for Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, ts shown as he arrived in.
Federal Court in New York.
were "among those who worked
under Soble s direction.
Russian Staff Member
US Attorney General Brownell Calls
For Adionlfr Wil Rights Progrtirh
WASHINGTON. Feb. 5 (W) barred ipiIar and reauires croach oon the constitutional" u. Brownell said the President's
Attorney General Herbert Brown- unanimous, consent of the house; thority ot the states," as some op- proposal for a civil rights, conif
ell Jrs fold Congress today. that Chairman- Emanuel Celler (D-ponents have contended. 1 mission "will tend to-unite re re-"turbulent
"turbulent re-"turbulent events", of the past NY) had planned to' keep the sub-;"None of these four propyls sponsible people of good will in
year have "underscored the need committee In session morning, aft- recommended by the President common effort to solve these prb-
lor eany enactment of fresment ernoon and night if necessary to would extend or increase the area lems. He saia no lanatics on
Eisenhower's civil riM proram. finish the hearings his week. The of civil rights in which federal either side" would be named as
He said adoption of the program House ouit early f-Hv rr Col-jurisdiction as defined by the members. v i.
difference between success or fail-an afternoon session. But it could, The program would create a threatened Interference with vot vot-ure
ure vot-ure in meaningful protection of ..fcier. -'lva lightr divisloirin tte'tistice-liif'ilght'.'would' be far more f.
the civil rights of our citizens."; Celler, who is sponsoring a bill Department; establish a bi-parfi- fective" than the ? criminal pro pro-Brownell
Brownell pro-Brownell appeared as the open- that goes beyond the administra- san commission to study the prob- ceedings now permitted "after the
ing witness at a four-day hearing tion's proposals, said he would be lem; str'ength-n votinc -r'-'b'-- and harm has actually been "done."
by a House Judiciary subcommit- "as far and as judicious as pos-give the" government authority to ".,
tee on civil rights bills. The ex- sible" in hearing both sides. But bring civil suits to prevenf civil State. Functipn
peered battle over the legislation he said the hearings "cannor go rights violations. I v u
wan not long in developing, i ion indefinitely." i ; Rep. Edwin A. Willis. ; (D-La)
Rep. William M. Qolmer (D-l He sain, equality pf the races is I PUate The Majority 'commented that election matters
Miss), a leader of e southern "inevitable" and that Congress 1 Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R- historically have been regarded
opposition forces, took steps that should provide the leadership in NY), sponsor" of the administra- at, a state function. He asked
may upsei me suDcommittees meeting "this great change." ,tion mil saio it was "consciously Brownell whether the government
plan for fast action
on a civil
Jeld Back History
'Just as we can't hold back the
designed to please the majority of would seek an injunction against
the Congress and yet achieve school bQard that segregates pu pu-real
real pu-real gams." Ipils. 1
He called it "moderate, reausticl Brownell replied that ne wouia,
hands of hixtnrv w rn't hnld and orotrressive') and urged that h "rfoliffhte.ri" if state action was
Cohner objected -o a request for back he idea that one color is it not. be weakened by amend-."vigorous enough" to. protect s all
, moj me auucoiiimuire as gooa as anomer, ueiier saia. mems or maaeneu umtunsuc voting rigms. rui ne bhju ;
One of the Russians namea aito meet during House sessions. Brownell denied that the admin-ally" so that its passage would shows clearly that it has not
televisioni apartment just off Central Park
West, and he was planning a new
trip .abroad.' ,;' , .
The original charge against So Soble
ble Soble said he replaced Vassili Zubil Zubil-in,
in, Zubil-in, former second secretary of the
Soviet1 Embassy in Washington
and reputedly one time NKVD
general in North America, when!
Zubilin left the U. S. in 1944. So Soble
ble Soble 's wife and Albam allegedly
a co-conspirator was vassiu "".-,Such
hauovich Moiev, a memoer ui me
staff of the Russian Embassy in
Washingtw. who left the U. S. the
day after -the Sobles and Albam
The indictment charges Molev
received a written communication
prepared by Soble from an un unknown
known unknown person near a New 'York
restaurant on March 3, 1953.
The "overt acts"; charged by
the grandi jury allegedly began
on Nov. 25, 1947. The last one list listed
ed listed allegedly occurred last Aug. 15,
when Soble wa accused of deliv
ering two letters, one of 26 page
and one of five papers, lor deliv
ery to representatives ot ..Russia
Four Join PanCanal,
One U.S.; Returnee
Foure mploves. one from the
United States, joined the Canal
organization during the last two
weeks in January, according to in information
formation information from the Personnel Bu
Tht on employ from the U U-nited
nited U-nited States In William C. Hir Hir-rell,
rell, Hir-rell, of Williamtton, North Care Care-line,
line, Care-line, who has been employed as
a ferry custodian In the Naviga Navigation
tion Navigation Division in Balboa.
One of the new employes work worked
ed worked previously-with the Canal. He
is Maurice L. McCullough, mach machinist
inist machinist in the Motor Transportation
Division in A n c o n. McCullough
was employed .from 1940 to 1946
as a chauffeur and machinist in
The rodeo ls still with us. I stay aboard a couple of Interior
After two three performances unbroken horses.
10 days ago, it was reported thati
the Texas Rodeo would push off it'll be old times relived to-. the Motor Transportation Division
for Colombia; but no. They've morrow for one of the rodeo and after a short, break in his
been here all the time plan-1 members. service, worked from 1946 to 1952
ning lor another snow. Don corley, a bronc and bull! as a machinist in the same unit,
It wui oe neia inursaay ana rider with the touring show ex ex-Friday
Friday ex-Friday nights at La Macarena,nibition, served for two years a a-panama's
panama's a-panama's bullring, located in board the Navy carrier Wasp.
San Francisco de la Caleta Both, He plans to go visiting when
performances will be held at 7 the ship docks at pier 18 and
P-m-... invite former cruise buddies to
It ls to be a benefit show, ro- trie rodeo
deo officials said, with San Mi- '.
Other new employes are Clar
ence M. Alexander, welder in the
Motor Transportation Division and
Mrs. Beverly J. Wheeler, clerk
stenographer In the Administra
a procedure ordinarily is istration's program would "en-be jeopardized.
Florida Legislative Committee Hearings
Aimpd Af Expelling NAACP From State
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A Florida legislative commit-1 gla revealed he haa forwarded
tee, questioned Negro witnesses!
today about purported photo photostats
stats photostats of checks paid by the Na National
tional National Assn. for the Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Colored People, tp .fi .finance
nance .finance an, iptegration suit.. V.
Virgil Hawkins, 47, denied re re-ceivinB;
ceivinB; re-ceivinB; any NAACP money during-
his eight-year litigation for
admission, to the University of
Florida but afterward Mark
Hawkes," committee council, ex exhibited
hibited exhibited a $760 check.
"If you want information to
outlaw us you've got It," for former
mer former Florida NAACP president
William A. For dh am said.. He
told newsmen later he meant
the committee's finding was a
The special committee, whose
Hey, Yanl Gouramis
Or Maybe Small Fry!
(Thing Looks Fishy)
Three tanks containing a dis
Dlav of fish suitable to aquarium
liuinff are now on exhibit in the
Canal Zone Library Museum lo
cated in the Lobby of the Civil publicized purpose was to drive
Affairs Building. Ith. maahp frnm th. ta.te ha
The property of members of the gubpenaed 20 witnesses -for thej
ianai z,one ukiiuiu ouunj, neanngs wnicn got unaerway
fish represent the varieties suit
able to aquarium living and, ac
cording to members ot the bocieiy,
are capable of living fort he full
two weeks of the exhibit without
food or other attention.
The first tank contains soup soup-ami,
ami, soup-ami, or egg-layers. The second
tank has a collection of live live-bearers,
bearers, live-bearers, which includes a vari variety
ety variety of types'; end thet hird tank
contains an assortment of min minute
ute minute fish whkh the members of
the Society refer to as "small
fry." ; ;:r. s ,;
In additfon tc4hevdisplar. of a-
quarium fish, the Canal Zone Lib
rary has. in a nearby lighted ease.
a supplementary display of jpaga-
zines and books depicting a van-
-iv nf h.. i 'V
The Aquarhim Society lit eh
welpome new members Interest
ed in learning about -tiV holds
regular monthly meetings and its
members take irequeni neia-inps
on both sides of the Isthmus to
collect snd study-' marine life.-'
In Baton Roure, La., Negroes
filed a Federal su't attacking
the constitutionality of state
and city, but segregation laws.
The Negroes sought an Imme Immediate
diate Immediate Injunction against en enforcement
forcement enforcement of the laws.
Officials of Louisiana State
University at Bato Rouge
meanwhile, notified 39 Negroes
registered for the coming' sem semester
ester semester that they will not be ad
mitted If the university wins
pending Federal litigation over
The Federal district court in
Birmingham, Ala., set a hear hearing
ing hearing for Feb. 21 on two motions
to discuss a suit of 21 Negroes
seeking Integration of Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham hoses. The Negroes
are all charged with riding In
white sections of the "buses In
order to test the segregation
guel Church sharing gate re receipts.
ceipts. receipts. There will be no reserve seats.
But there will be an invita invitational
tional invitational bronc riding contest with
cash awards for do-daring cow cow-pokes
pokes cow-pokes here who think they can
Weather Or Not
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53,041 in contributions to a
"freedom fund': to help, defend
12 white persons charged with
racial disturbances at Clinton,
Tenn,.; ::,y..- ..v..--.---.
f Tbe Flprlda committee, set 'up
Irt 1955 to investigate any organ
ization whose alms might con
stitute violence or a violation of
state law, also questioned Hor Horace
ace Horace Hill, Hawkins' attorney dur during
ing during yesterday's session.
Among remaining witnesses
were two white Florda State
Unlverrsity s t u d ents, Joe
Spagna, of St. Petersburg, Fla,
and John Boardman of Iowa,
who had been identified with
a bus Integration drive at
Hawes also showed Fordham
photostats of ; directives from
NAACP national headquarters
supplying local NAACP branch branches
es branches with specimen petitions ,to
school boards to admit Negroes
to white schools.
Sen. Dewey Johnson com
mented that "promoting law
suits' is Illegal In Florida.,.
When Hill denied the NAACP
h fared him to counsel Hawkins,
Hawes produced a. copy of a
letter In which Hill complain complained
ed complained to national headquarters s s-bout
bout s-bout not being paid for work
. on -the Hawkins case) and co co-ps
ps co-ps of bills he had submitted
to the Florida NAACP.
-Hill said it was understood
that he would be paid through
contributions to the Negro ci citizens
tizens citizens committee.: y .A .t
I." "In ther words,' Hawes said,
"you : were soliciting iees irom
any sources that would pay?"
"t was n6t soliciting : but !l
would have been grateful to be
the recipient of lees Justly earn earn-ed,"
ed," earn-ed," Hill said. : -'
Sen. jonn Rawis questionea
Hill about his practice In Flor Florida
ida Florida and his standing with the
Florida Bar Assn.
As for school injunctions, Brown Brown-oii
oii Brown-oii aiH hp -could 'not answer a
"hypothetical question" He cited
as an example of "a proper place
where we could help','; the Hoxie,
Arkv; school case. He said his de department,
partment, department, gave legal ; assistance
when Hpxie school officials were
threatenea aner uuegramig uu,.
classes. f v
. Ai. Hi nnlu wOV tO find a F
nnrktna oloco in most tCAvnsJl to
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BIG NEW ROCK 'N' ROLL HIT!
o Bill Haley and his Comets
Alan Dale- Alan Freed -o
The Trenlers in
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THE r.s.S. WASP rCVS-18) will arrive at Balboa pier IS. tomorrow nwrnlng lor a
three day visit in the Panama area en route to her new home port of Boston,
Horn and her new assignment with the U.S. Atlantic Fleet after nearly three years as
a member of the Pacific Fleet. . -;
Commanded by CapUin Ray C. Needham. the Wasp will have embarked an
allowance of -ships-company- personnel for a CVS which is 1420 men. There will be no air
group embarked aboars the giant aircraft carrier. .'-,-- ,v,i.iMhM
No official word has been gtven concern ln the operating schedule of the. "hrwnen
it gets to Boston. Also scheduled to leave thePaclfk : fleet foi r assipment with
tic fleet in the near future wUl be the-USS Easex CVS-). Moving from the Atlantic to the
Pacific fleet will be the USS Coral Sea CVA-43 and the USS Midway VA-41.
The career of the Wasp is one of the most colorful In the nnabj of VS. ij J J-The
The J-The present Wasp is the eiehth ship the second aircraft carrier! to b"r t'E'Ho
The WaP mm depart Balboa on Saturday to continue her vovsge around tie Horn.
Commander Richard 8. McElror Jr. ls the executive officer oi the wasp.
Zone Girl Leaves
For Foreign Service
Job in Ethiopia
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j Miss Virginia Welch, who was
secretary to Lt. Gov H. W.
SchulL Jr., left the Isthmus
Sunday morning en r o a t f to
Washington, D C. where she has
accepted and appointment with
the Foreign Service of the U. S.
After a brief period of orien orientation
tation orientation In offices of the State
Department In Washington, she
will report for duty 'with the
VS. Embassy In Addis Ababa,
A native of the Canal Zone,
Miss Welch was born in Ancon
and attended Canal Zone
several years with the V. S. Em Embassy
bassy Embassy In Panama City and Join Join-schools.
schools. Join-schools. She was employed for
ed the Canal organization In
For Col. Arnold
Edward M. B rower. Jr' assist
ant director of the Engineering
and Construction Bureau., wlil
act as director during the ab
sence or coi. Hum m. Arnoia.
Arnold will absent for aprox aprox-lmately
lmately aprox-lmately one week -on detach detached
ed detached duty la New Tore
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